Head Football Coach Lawrence Livingston is very excited about the 2016 football schedule. “I believe it’s a great mix of challenging non-conference games with the solid competition of our conference foes that makes this an exciting season of Bacone football,” he said. [Read more…] about Bacone Football announces 2016 schedule
Head Coach Lawrence Livingston and the entire Bacone College Football staff would like to congratulate the graduating class of 2016. Especially the 10 members of the Bacone Football program who received bachelor’s degrees and one who received his associates degree. When we list the top priorities of our football program, number one is God first in everything we do, and number two is GRADUATION! [Read more…] about CONGRATULATIONS 2016 BACONE FOOTBALL GRADUATES
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Bacone College head football coach Lawrence Livingston announced the addition of Hank Campbell as the new defensive coordinator.
“Coach (Hank) Campbell comes highly recommended,” head coach Lawrence Livingston noted. “But even with all that when we got a chance to meet with him and talk to him he was much more impressive than any of the recommendations.” [Read more…] about Campbell Added to FB Staff
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Langston University was voted as the top team in the 2015 Central States Football League (CSFL) preseason poll, which marks the third consecutive season the Lions have been favored as the No. 1 team in the league’s preseason poll. The poll is comprised of the league’s coaches and sports information directors.
Langston received a total of 60 votes, including 12 first place votes. [Read more…] about Football Picked 3rd in CSFL Poll
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – In 2015 there were 256 collegiate athletes that fulfilled a long life dream and were drafted by a professional team in the National Football League (NFL).
The leap from high school football to the NFL is daunting challenge. [Read more…] about Deantre Harlan: 1 Year Later
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Keshaun Malone picked up his fourth Central States Football League Defensive Player of the Week award for his efforts on Saturday, Nov. 8.
Malone was one tackle shy of his career high, picking up 16 total stops as Bacone fell 26-7 to Oklahoma Baptist. The senior linebacker had six solo tackles and posted 10 assisted tackles.
The senior linebacker currently ranks fourth in the NAIA in total tackles per game.
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Senior Keshaun Malone repeated as the Central States Football League Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts on Saturday, Sept. 13.
Malone led the Warriors defense with 20 tackles as Bacone came up shy of Hendrix College, 24-14.
Thirteen of his 20 tackles were solo stops, while seven were assists. The senior also had two tackles for loss of 15 yards, a sack, an interception and a pass break up.
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Senior Keshaun Malone was named the Central States Football League Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts on Saturday, Sept. 6.
Malone led the Warriors with 13 tackles in Bacone College’s 24-7 win over McPherson (Kan.). He had an interception that the returned for a 14-yard touchdown.
The senior linebacker sewed up 11 solo stops, two assists and a tackle for loss of three yards.
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – A fourth quarter onslaught provided the spark for the Bacone Warriors as they defeated the McPherson (Kan.) Bulldogs 24-7 on Saturday, Sept. 6 at the Indian Bowl.
Deadlocked at 7-7, freshman kicker Drue Coffman gave the Warriors the lead on a 22-yard field goal with 11:42 remaining.
Still leading 10-7, Bacone rode Victor Smith down to the McPherson one-yard line where freshman quarterback Colton Owen pushed his way into the end zone to give the Warriors a 17-7 lead with 4:22 left.
The Warriors defense nailed the door shut when Keshaun Malone intercepted McPherson quarterback Jordan Hoffman, who then raced 14 yards into the end zone to push Bacone’s lead to 24-7.
The Bulldogs scored the game’s first touchdown when Hoffman hit Michael Ramos for a 28-yard touchdown; the Warriors countered when Owen hit David Chapman for a 27-yard touchdown of their own to tie the game at 7-7 at the end of the first quarter.
Smith led Bacone on the ground with 112 yards on 20 carries, Roderick Mackey added 105 yards on 15 carries and Chapman finished with 114 yards on six catches with one score.
Owen finished 18-for-34 with 123 yards and one touchdown.
Defensively, the Warriors held the Bulldogs to 193 total yards while accumulating 421 yards.
Keshaun Malone finished with a game-high 13 tackles, one tackle for loss and one interception for a touchdown.
Bacone (2-0) travels to Conway, Ark. to face Hendrix College on Saturday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m.