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August 2
Cobbers Ranked 18th in D3football.com Preseason Poll!
- Complete Poll
 
August 1
Concordia-Moorhead Announces 2005 Football Media Day! 
Concordia-Moorhead College is pleased to announce that the 2005 football media day will be held on Wednesday, August 17th at 10:00am on the football field of Jake Christiansen Stadium. 

Head Coach Terry Horan is entering his fifth year as head coach of the Cobbers. Last season Horan guided the Cobbers to the MIAC championship and a berth in the NCAA playoffs. The 2004 Cobbers finished with a perfect 8-0 record in the MIAC and an 11-1 overall record. They finished the season by being ranked in the top ten in all three major NCAA Division III polls.

For his accomplishments, Horan was named the MIAC Coach of the Year for the second time in the past three seasons. He also was named the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Region Coach of the Year for the first time in his career. He has now compiled a 30-12-0 in his first four years, becoming only the second coach in the history of Cobber football to win 30 or more games in his first four seasons as head coach.

The 2005 conference title marked the 18th time that Concordia has captured the league crown. The Cobbers have also claimed three NAIA National Championships (1964, 1978 and 1981) in the storied tradition of the program.

The 2005 Cobber football team will be looking to become the first Concordia football squad to repeat as MIAC champions since the 1980 and '81 seasons.

Individually, the team will be led by 2004 MIAC Most Valuable Player Brian Schumacher, who threw for 18 touchdowns and amassed a school-record 2,584 total offensive yards. 

Information for the 3rd Annual Cobber Football Golf Tournament Now Online!
- Complete Information on the 3rd Annual Cobber Football Golf Tournament


Cobber Football Schedule for 2005 Now Online!
- Tentative 2005 Concordia Football Scheule
 
March 8
Jordan Talge is One of Three Cobber Fall Athletes Earn NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship!
- Complete Details on NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Award-Winners
MOORHEAD-- Three Concordia fall athletes were awarded a prestigious NCAA postgraduate scholarship. Nick Myran (Sr., Kenyon, Minn./Kenyon-Wanamingo HS) from the cross-country team, Jordan Talge (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) of the Cobber football team and Jessica Walden (Sr., Hawley, Minn.) from volleyball all earned the $7,500 award sponsored by the NCAA.

Concordia had the most athletes awarded the scholarship of any NCAA Division I, II or III institution. The list of colleges or universities that had athletes win awards included: Duke University, Stanford University, Boston College and North Dakota State University. The three Cobber award-winners also represent the most by any MIAC school in a single season. 

The trio was part of a contingent of seven MIAC student-athletes to earn the award in a fall sport. The MIAC garnered seven of the 56 overall awards given in fall sports and had the most selections of any single conference, with the Big 12 (five), University Athletic Association (three) and Pac-10 (three) following the MIAC.(More)

March 6
2005 Cobber Football 7-on-7 Passing Tournament Information Now Online!
- 2005 Concordia Football 7-on-7 Passing Tournament Registration Information.
 
February 7
Cobber Football Schedule for 2005 Now Online!
- Tentative 2005 Concordia Football Scheule

December 22
Terry Horan Announces Postseason Awards!!

2004 Concordia Football Team Awards
2005 Captains:
Brian Schumacher, Ryan Johnson, Travis Almquist, Tanner Radermacher

Team Awards:
Team MVP - Brian Schumacher
Most Valuable Offensive Lineman - Nick Didier
Most Valuable Offensive Back - Ed Oehlers/Travis Christensen
Most Valuable Defensive Lineman - Adam Campbell
Most Valuable Linebacker - Doug Runke/Josh Dietz
Most Valuable Defensive Back - Jordan Talge
Most Valuable Special Teams Player - Brian Halverson
Most Valuable First-Year Player - Wayne Samson

Coaches Awards:
True Grit - Brent Mahn/Kyle Halliday
Scout Team Player of the Year - Adam Swingdorf
 
December 20
3 Cobbers Cap Award Season by Being Named to the D3football.com All-American Team!
- Talge, Didier and Passanante Named to the Final All-American Team
- Complete Listing of D3football.com All-Americans
SALEM, Va.-- Three Concordia players finished off the postseason awards portion of the 2004 season by being named to the D3football.com All-American Team. Jordan Talge (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) was named to the All-American First Team, while Nick Didier (Sr., Helena, Mont.) and Andrew Passanante (Sr., Hawley, Minn.) were named to the All-American Honorable Mention Team. It is the third All-American team that Talge has been placed on, and the second for Passanante. Didier becomes the first Concordia player in the history of the program to be honored by four different All-American groups.

The Concordia players were three of the four MIAC players to be honored by D3football.com. Bethel running back Phil Porta was the only other player from the conference to earn All-American honors. He was awarded third team honors.(More)

December 16
Nick Didier and Jordan Talge Climb the Peak of All-American Honors!
- Both Players Named to the AP Little All-American Team.
- Complete Listing of AP Little All-Americans
MOORHEAD-- Concordia senior offensive tackle Nick Didier (Helena, Mont.) and senior defensive back Jordan Talge (Moorhead, Minn.) climbed the peak of All-American Teams for Divgision III players by being named to the Associated Press' Little All-American Team. The Associated Press Little All-America team is selected from players in Division II, III and NAIA. It is the most competitive of the All-American Teams and is selected from the greatest number of players. Didier was named to the first team, while Talge was placed on the second team. 

Both players helped Concordia to one of the best seasons in program history. The 2004 Cobbers finished the MIAC unbeaten with a record of 8-0, winning their first outright championship since the 1986 season. Concordia tied a school record for most wins and most consecutive wins in a season en route to their appearance in the round of 16 in the NCAA Division III playoffs. The Cobbers won 11 straight games and finished the year with an 11-1 record.(More
 
December 14
Nick Didier Named to the Prestigious AFCA All-American Team.
- Complete Listing of AFCA All-Americans
- Complete Listing of Former Cobber All-Americans
WACO, Texas-- Concordia senior offensive tackle Nick Didier (Sr., Helena, Mont.) was named to the prestigious American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) All-American Team. He is the only Concordia player to be named to the team, and one of only two players from the MIAC to earn the distinction. Gustavus senior linebacker Isaac Sieling was named to the team as a linebacker. The AFCA only designates one team as All-American, unlike the two other national All-American teams that are handed out which designate three teams as All-American.

The AFCA All-American designation comes on the heels of his selection to the Football Gazette All-American First Team. He will have a chance to become the first Concordia player in the history of the program to earn All-American honors from all three national publications since D3football.com began naming their All-American team in 1999.(More)

December 13
Didier, Dietz, Passanante and Talge Named Football Gazette All-Americans!
- Complete Listing of Football Gazette All-Americans
- Complete Listing of Former Cobber All-Americans
COLUMBUS, Ohio-- Four Cobber players capped their tremendous senior seasons by being named to the Football Gazette All-American Team. Nick Didier (Sr., Helena, Mont.), Josh Dietz (Sr., Glencoe, Minn.), Andrew Passanante (Sr., Hawley, Minn.) and Jordan Talge (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) all earned All-American honors for the first time in their career.

The four All-American selections from one team is the single most in Cobber program history, and marks the first time since 1995 that a Concordia player has been named to an All-American Team. Tim Lowery ('96) was the last Concordia player to be named as an All-American when he was selected as a member of the All-American First Team as an offensive tackle. 

The quartet brings the total of Cobber All-American football players in the history of the program to 21.(More
 
December 11
Cobber Offensive Lineman Nick Didier Helps Division III All-Stars to 23-3 Win in the Aztec Bowl.
Aztec Bowl Menu: Aztec Bowl Recap - Aztec Bowl Website - USA Coaching Staff - USA Roster

December 8
Terry Horan Named AFCA Region Coach of the Year!
- Complete Listing of AFCA Region Coach of the Year Winners
After having six of his players cash in on All-Region honors earlier in the week, Concordia head coach Terry Horan has been selected as the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Region Coach of the Year. It is the first time that Horan has earned regional Coach of the Year honors. The award continues a streak of postseason awards for the Cobbers. Last month Horan was named the MIAC Coach of the Year for the second time in three years. 

Horan was the mastermind behind the Cobbers' record-breaking 11-1 season. The team tied the school record for most wins in a season and also most consecutive wins in a season. He guided Concordia to a perfect 8-0 record in the MIAC, capturing the program's first outright conference championship since the 1986 season. Horan also helped the Cobbers win their first postseason game since the '86 campaign as well, as Concordia advanced to the region semifinals before losing to Occidental 42-40.

In his four seasons as head coach of the Cobbers, Horan has posted a 30-12-0 overall record and a 25-8-0 mark in the MIAC. The 25 conference wins in his first four years is the most by any coach in the history of the Cobber football program during that same time frame. The 30 overall wins ties legendary coach Jim Christopherson for the most overall wins in the first four years.(More
 
December 6
Another Week, Another Collection of Awards for the Cobbers!!
- Complete Listing of All-Region Team
- Concordia places six players on Football Gazette All-West Region Team.
- Jordan Talge Named Region Defensive Player of the Year!! 
As the postseason award teams continue to be named, Concordia continues to be rewarded for their record-breaking season. On Monday, the Football Gazette All-West Region Team was announced and the Cobbers placed six players on the top three teams. 

The biggest award went to Jordan Talge (Sr., Moorhead, Minn.) who was named the West Region Defensive Player of the Year. He was also named to the First Team defense as a cornerback. Joining Talge on the first team, and qualifying for All-American honors, are offensive lineman Nick Didier (Sr., Helena, Mont.) and linebacker Josh Dietz (Sr., Glencoe, Minn./Glencoe-Silver Lake HS). 

The lone Cobber on the second team was wide receiver Andrew Passanante (Sr., Hawley, Minn.). Two juniors round out the sextet of award winners. Quarterback Brian Schumacher (Thompson, N.D.) and kicker Brian Halverson (Fargo., N.D./Fargo North HS) earned third team honors.(More)
 

December 2
Jordan Talge Named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Second Team!!!
- Complete ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Details
Concordia senior cornerback Jordan Talge (Moorhead, Minn.) completed his academic fall season by being receiving ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors as selected by CoSIDA. Talge was named to the ESPN The Magazine College Division Football Academic All-America Second Team. He becomes the first football player to earn CoSIDA Academic All-American honors since Bob Zacher ('99) earned second team honors in 1998. Talge is just the tenth honoree from Concordia to earn Academic All-American honors as voted on by CoSIDA, and first since Micah Benson was named to the Track and Field Academic All-America First Team in 2000. 

Talge is one of only 50 players that earned Academic All-America honors in the College Division. The College Division squad is selected from NCAA Divisions II and III and the NAIA. There are approximately 450 football schools in D-II (110), D-III (257) and NAIA (91) -- so the 50 players selected on the College Division squad are the elite student-athletes from more than 35,000 players in these divisions. 

Talge carries a 3.735 grade point average, and is majoring in Economics and Political Science with a minor in German.(More
 
December 1
Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for Occidental Game.
Offensive Backs: Ed Oehlers
Wide Receivers: Shawn Reile/Andrew Passanante
Offensive Line: David Uselman
Defensive Line: Travis Almquist
Linebackers: Matt Kleber
Defensive Backs: Eric Preszler/Jordan Talge
Special Teams: Dave Moll

November 29
Nick Didier Selected to Play in the 2004 Aztec Bowl!
WACO, Tex. -- Concordia offensive lineman Nick Didier has been selected to play for the American Football Coaches Associationís Division III all-star team that will represent the United States against the Mexican National Team in the 2004 Aztec Bowl on December 11 in Cancun, Mexico.

Didier was the recipient of the MIAC's Stam Award, which goes to the top offensive or defensive lineman in the conference. He was also named to the MIAC All-Conference first team for the second straight season. He anchored an offensive line that cleared the way for a Cobber offense that averaged 398 yards in total offense per game during the regular season. The Cobbers finished the season with 11 wins, which tied a program record for most wins in a season. Concordia went 8-0 in the MIAC and won their first outright conference title since the 1986 season. 

Didier becomes the fifth player in school history to compete in the prestigious all-star event. Fellow Stam Award winner Derek Flann played in the 2002 Aztec Bowl. Defensive standout Mark Hankel played in the 2000 game, Jake Estenson participated in 1999 and Tory Langemo played in the inaugural AFCA Aztec Bowl back in 1997. 

Didier is one of 42 NCAA Division III seniors from around the country who will make up this yearís team. Former Central (Iowa) College Head Coach Ron Schipper will coach the team for the eighth consecutive year.
 
November 27
Occidentally Knocked Out of the Playoffs - Tigers Beat Cobbers 42-40 in Offensive Showcase.
Gameday Menu: - Gameday Recap - Box Score - Gameday Preview

November 26
The College Sporting News Feature on Jordan Talge.
- MIAC Profiles of Excellence - Jordan Talge
 
November 24
Gameday Preview for Cobbers and Tigers Now Online!!
- #4 Concordia vs. Occidental Gameday Preview
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Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for Wartburg Game.
Offensive Backs: Brian Schumacher
Wide Receivers: Andrew Passanante
Offensive Line: Ryan Johnson
Defensive Line: Travis Almquist
Linebackers: Josh Dietz
Defensive Backs: Eric Preszler
Special Teams: Jeff Stromswold
Scout Team: Orea Wright & Kevin Armbrust (Defense)/Mike Raths & Riley Sammon (Offense)

November 23
Jordan Talge Named Finalist for the Gagliardi Trophy!!
- Official D3football.com announcement of the Gagliardi Trophy Finalists
Concordia senior defensive back Jordan Talge (Moorhead, Minn.) was named one of the ten finalists for the Gagliardi Trophy. The award is presented to the Outstanding Division III football player of the year. The Gagliardi Trophy is the equivalent to the NCAA Division I Heisman Award. 

He is the first Concordia player to be named as a finalist, since the award was started in 1993. Since that time, the award has become one of the leading collegiate football awards and is widely recognized as the premier individual award in Division III football, honoring excellence in athletics, academics and community service. 

The Gagliardi Trophy is named for St. John's head football coach John Gagliardi, the winningest coach in college football history. The winner is determined by a 30-member national selection committee, which includes college coaches, former athletes, college administrators, business leaders and members of the media.

The announcement of the nomination is another in the long list of awards that Talge has already received this year. On Monday he was named to the MIAC All-Conference First Team. Earlier in the month he was named to the prestigious CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team.

Talge is one of the five senior captains for the Cobbers. He helped Concordia to one of their best seasons ever. The team is currently 11-0 and finished the regular season ranked fourth in the nation. He is one of the leaders of the defense that is ranked in the top ten in the nation in scoring defense and overall defense. 

Talge led the MIAC in interceptions and passes defended. He currently has eight interceptions, 36 solo tackles and 48 total tackles and 17 passes defended. He was named the MIAC Defensive Player of the Week on October 25, and was also named to the Don Hansenís Football Gazette and D3football.comís Team of the Week on October 26. 

The other finalist for the award are: Scott Burnoski, WR, UW-La Crosse; Zac Bruney, QB, Mount Union; David Crowley, WR, Centre; Nick Cushman, WR, Albright; Rocky Meyers, FS, Wesley; Lance Moore, RB, Hardin-Simmons; Brad Musso, WR, Wheaton; Tony Sutton, RB, Wooster; Daniel Swanstrom, QB, Rhodes. 

Meyers is the only repeat finalist. Last year's winner was St. John's receiver/return man Blake Elliott, who went on to be named Most Outstanding Player of Stagg Bowl XXXII.
 
November 22
Cobber Nation Sweeps MIAC Postseason Awards!!
- Brian Schumacher Named MVP, Terry Horan Coach of the Year and Nick Didier Named Lineman of the Year.
- Complete List of MIAC Postseason Honors

November 21
The College Sporting News' Playoff Recap
- Cobbers Shutdown Wartburg 28-14, Advance to Second Round

- D3football.com's Region Recap for Playoff Week 1 - West Region Playoff Roundup.


Cobbers' 2nd Round Playoff Game vs. Occidental to be Played in the Fargodome.
- Complete NCAA Bracket - Occidental Football Page - D3football.com - Directions to the Fargodome
Fargodome Web Site - Area Lodging - F-M Visitors Bureau - Campus Map - Local Weather


- Read What They are Saying About the Cobbers' Win in the Newspapers. 
- Gameday Press Recap
 
November 20
Second Verse, Same as the First - Cobbers Open Playoffs With 28-14 Win Over Wartburg! 
Gameday Menu: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Preview
Real Audio Game Highlights: Oehlers TD Run - Talge Hit - Klabo INT - Passanante 4th Down Catch
Passanante 20-Yd TD Catch - Schumacher TD Run - Radermacher INT
Real Audio Game File: Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4

November 19
The College Sporting News Feature on Nick Didier.
- MIAC Profiles of Excellence - Nick Didier
 
November 17
 Gameday Preview for Cobbers and Knights Now Online.
- Gameday Preview #4 Concordia vs. Wartburg - November 20, Noon - NCAA 1st Round
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- Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for Menlo Game
Offensive Backs: Travis Christiansen 
Wide Receivers: Andrew Passanante
Offensive Line: Nick Didier
Defensive Line: Evan Emmerich
Linebackers: Josh Dietz
Defensive Backs: Eric Svobodny
Special Teams: Dave Moll
Scout Team: Luke Holt & Scott Masten (Defense)/Ryan Siegle & Nick Bartels (Offense)

November 15
Jordan Talge Earns CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team Honors!
Concordia senior defensive back Jordan Talge (Moorhead, Minn.) was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District V First Team. He is one of only six players from the MIAC to receive first team honors.

He becomes the second Cobber player in as many years to receive the prestigious award. Last year, offensive lineman Mitch Maxwell ('04) was awarded the honor. In 2003, Talge was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Third Team. 

Talge is now on the national ballot for consideration to be on the CoSIDA Academic All-American Team. 

Talge is one of the team captains in 2004, and helped Concordiaís defense finish in the top ten in the nation in total defense and scoring defense. Talge led the MIAC in interceptions and passes defended. He finished the regular season with eight interceptions, 31 solo tackles and 42 total tackles and 17 passes defended. He was named the MIAC Defensive Player of the Week on October 25, and was also named to the Don Hansenís Football Gazette and D3football.comís Team of the Week on October 26. 

Talge carries a 3.735 grade point average, and is majoring in Economics and Political Science with a minor in German. 


The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for November 13 - MIAC Football Week 9.

- D3football.com's Region Recap for November 13- Week 10 West Region Roundup.


Cobbers Finish Regular Season in Top Five of the Nation!
- Don Hansen's Football Gazette - 4th
- D3football.com - 4th
- AFCA - 6th
 
November 14
Cobbers to Host Wartburg (Iowa) in 1st Round of NCAA Playoffs!!
- Complete NCAA Bracket - Wartburg Football Page - D3football.com - NCAA Playoff Announcement
- Directions to the Stadium - Area Lodging - F-M Visitors Bureau - Campus Map - Local Weather
#4 Concordia-Moorhead will host Wartburg (Iowa) in the first round of the NCAA playoffs it was announced on Sunday. The game will be at noon on Saturday, November 20 at Jake Christiansen Stadium in Moorhead, Minn.

November 13
- Read What They are Saying About the Cobbers' Win in the Newspapers. 
- Gameday Press Recap
 
November 12
Cobber Defense Puts Exclamation Point on Perfect Regular Season as They Blank Menlo 30-0. 
Gameday Menu:Gameday Recap - Gameday Preview - Box Score

November 10
- Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for St. Olaf Game
 
November 8
Andrew Passanante Named MIAC Offensive Player of the Week.
- Complete Listing of Cobber MIAC Player of the Week Winners

November 7
Cobbers In Holding Pattern in Top Five of the Nation!
- Don Hansen's Football Gazette - 4th
- D3football.com- 4th
- AFCA- 6th


- The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for November 6 - MIAC Football Week 8.
MIAC Football Week 8: Cobbers Take Title Outright With 50-7 Win

- D3football.com's Region Recap for November 6- Week 9 West Region Roundup.


- Read What They are Saying About the Cobbers' Win in the Newspapers. 
- Gameday Press Recap
 
November 6
Gimme, Gimme, Gimme! Cobbers Selfishly Claim MIAC Title Outright!
- Concordia Pounds St. Olaf 50-7 to claim first outright MIAC championship since 1986. 
Gameday Menu: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Preview
Real Audio Game Highlights: Cobber Safety - Passanante 40-Yd TD Catch - Campbell Punt Block
Rodel TD Recovery - Talge Interception - Schumacher 36-Yd TD Run
Real Audio Game File: Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3

November  3
- Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for Augsburg Game
 
October 31
Cobbers Crack the Top Five in the Nation For the First Time in School History!!
- Don Hansen's Football Gazette - 4th
- D3football.com - 4th
- AFCA - 7th
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- The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for October 30 - MIAC Football Week 7.
MIAC Football Week 7: Cobbers Claim Title, Tommies Keep Hopes Alive While Oles Upend SJU

- D3football.com's Region Recap for October 30- Week 9 West Region Roundup.
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- Read What They are Saying About the Cobbers' Win in the Newspapers. 
- Gameday Press Recap

October 30
GOODBYE MIAC, HELLO NCAA!!
- Cobbers Beat Augsburg 31-6 and Clinch Share of MIAC Title
- Cobbers Clinch Automatic Berth Into NCAA Playoffs 
Gameday Menu: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Preview
Real Audio Game Highlights: Passanante 49-YD Catch - Schumacher TD - Odermann 49-YD Run
Real Audio Game File: Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
 
October 27
- Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for Bethel Game.

October 26
Talge Tacks on Two National Team of the Week Honors!
- D3football.com National Team of the Week
- Don Hansen's Football Gazette National Team of the Week
 
October 25
Jordan Talge Named MIAC Defensive Player of the Week.
- Complete Listing of Cobber MIAC Player of the Week Winners

October 24
Cobbers Continue to Stay in Rarified Air in National Polls!
- Don Hansen's Football Gazette - 6th
- D3football.com - 7th
- AFCA - 8th


- The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for October 23 - MIAC Football Week 6.

- D3football.com's Region Recap for October 23 - Week 8 West Region Roundup.


- Read What They are Saying About the Cobbers' Win in the Newspapers. 
- Gameday Press Recap
 
October 23
Roll Cobbs, Roll - Big Game Cobbers Rally to Beat Bethel 34-23!
Gameday Menu: Press Recap - Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Preview
Real Audio Game Highlights: Schumacher 76-YD TD Run - Talge Interception TD
Real Audio Game File: Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3

October 20
- Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for St. John's Game.
 
October 18
Cobbers Sweep MIAC Player of the Week Awards!!
- Complete MIAC Player of the Week Details
Three Concordia players were honored with MIAC Player of the Week honors after the Cobbers' 21-20 victory over defending national champion St. John's on Saturday. It marks the eighth time that a Cobber player has won player of the week honors this season. That is the most of any school in the conference.

October 17
Cobbers Make Leap into Top 10 in Two National Polls!
- Don Hansen's Football Gazette - 8th
- D3football.com- 10th
- AFCA - 12th


- The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for October 16 - MIAC Football Week 5.

- D3football.com's Region Recap for October 16 - Week 7 West Region Roundup.


- Read What They are Saying About the Cobbers' Big Win in the Newspapers. 
- Gameday Press Recap
 
October 16
Cobber Kicker Trumps Johnnie Mystique!!
Gameday Menu: Press RecapGameday Recap- Box Score -Gameday Preview - Action Pictures
Real Audio Game Highlight: Halverson's Game-Winning FG

October 13
- Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for Hamline Game.
 
October 11
Andrew Passanante Named MIAC Offensive Player of the Week!
- Complete MIAC Player of the Week Details

October 10
Cobbers Continue to Hold Steady in National Polls 
- Don Hansen's Football Gazette - 13th
- D3football.com- 20th
- AFCA - 18th


The College Sporting News Feature on Andrew Passanante.
- MIAC Profiles of Excellence - Andrew Passanante

- The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for October 9 - MIAC Football Week 4.

- D3football.com's Region Recap for October 9 - Week 6 West Region Roundup.
 
October 9
Schumacher Slings, Passanante Picks as Cobbers Blank Hamline 42-0.
Game Day Menu:  Gameday Recap - Box Score - Gamedaay Preview - Action Pictures

October 6
- Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for Gustavus Game.
 
October 5
- Andrew Passanante Named to the D3football.com Team of the Week!
- Complete Team of the Week Details

- Cobbers Crack Top 25 in All Three Major DIII National Polls!
- Don Hansen's Football Gazette - 13th
- AFCA - 20th
- D3football.com- 23rd

October 4
Brian Schumacher Named MIAC Tri-Offensive Player of the Week!
- Complete MIAC Player of the Week Details
 
October 3
- The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for October 2 - MIAC Football Week 3.

- D3football.com's Region Recap for October 2 - Week 5 West Region Roundup.

October 2
Cobber Offense Plays Near-Perfect Second Half in 42-27 Victory Over Gustavus.
- Gameday Recap - Box Score - Complete Gameday Coverage
 
September 29
- Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for Carleton Game

September 27
Movin' On Up! Cobbers Move Up in All Three National Polls!
- Don Hansen's Football Gazette - 12th
- D3football.com - Top team in "others receiving votes" category
- AFCA - One of the top teams in "others receiving votes" category


 - The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for September 25 - MIAC Football Week 2.
 - D3football.com's Region Recap for September 25 - MIAC Football Week 4.
 
September 25
Cobbers Cruise to Family Weekend Win Over Carleton 40-15.
Game Day Menu:  Gameday Recap - Box Score - Gameday Preview - Action Pictures

September 22
- Cobbers Ranked 14th in the Latest Don Hansen Football Gazette Poll! 
- Complete Poll Coverage


- Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for St. Thomas Game
 
September 20
- Tanner Radermacher and Brian Halverson Named MIAC Players of the Week.
- Complete MIAC Player of the Week Details

- The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for September 18 - MIAC Football Week 1

- D3football.com's Region Recap for September 18 - MIAC Football Week 3.

September 18
Cobber Defense Gives St. Thomas Offense Nothing and They Like It.
Game Day Menu:  Gameday Recap - Box Score - Gameday Preview
 
September 15
The College Sporting News' MIAC Football Preview - Now Online

September 13
 - The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for September 11 - Non-Conference Week.
 - D3football.com's Region Recap for September 11 - MIAC Football Week 2.
 
September 8
Terry Horan Announces Coaches Awards for MSU-Moorhead Game

September 7
Josh Dietz Named MIAC Defensive Player of the Week!
- Complete MIAC Player of the Week Details

Josh Dietz Named to the D3football.com Team of the Week! - Complete Details
 
September 6
The College Sporting News' MIAC Recap for September 4 - MIAC Football Opening Week

September 4
Cobbers Bring Down the Thunder on MSU-Moorhead in Lightening-Shortened Power Bowl.
Final Score: Concordia 30, MSU-Moorhead 7 - Box Score - Recap - Action Pictures
 
August 26
In-Depth Season Outlook Now Online!

8/18 Cobber Football Preview for 2004 Now Online.
        | Complete Details | Quick Look in PDF Format |
 
7/24 Concordia College Announces Football Media Day. 

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