|Southeast Missouri State Redhawks|
5th season, 18–32 (.360)
|Location||Cape Girardeau, Missouri|
|NCAA division||Division I FCS|
|Conference||Ohio Valley Conference|
|All-time record||431–481–36 (.474)|
|Conference titles||1 (FCS) 17 (D-II)|
Red and Black|
- For information on all Southeast Missouri State University sports, see Southeast Missouri State Redhawks
The Southeast Missouri State Redhawks football program is the intercollegiate American football team for the Southeast Missouri State University located in the U.S. state of Missouri. The team competes in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) and are members of the Ohio Valley Conference. The school's first football team was fielded in 1902. The team plays its home games at the 11,015 seat Houck Stadium. They are coached by Tom Matukewicz.
Southeast Missouri State first competed in football in 1904. In 1912, the school joined the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA), which later joined the NCAA as a Division II conference. The football team had its first known head coach, J.F. Corleux, in 1915. Corleux remained head coach until 1929.
- 1952–1957: NAIA
- 1958–1972: NCAA College Division
- 1973–1990: NCAA Division II
- 1991–present: NCAA Division I–AA/FCS
- 1902–1923: Independent
- 1924–1990: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association
- 1991–present: Ohio Valley Conference
Another rivalry is with Southern Illinois. The annual series between the schools went on hiatus after 2005 and resumed in 2010. In 2013, the two schools played in a game called the College Classic, at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. In the first-ever football game held at Busch, Southern Illinois won 36-19. In 2014, the rivalry game was played at SIU's stadium in Carbondale, Illinois, and Southern Illinois won 50-23. Southeast Missouri State leads the series 39–35–8 as of 2014.
Current coaching staff
|Tom Matukewicz||Head Coach|
|Jon Wiemers||Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks|
|Bryce Saia||Defensive Coordinator/Outside linebackers|
|Eric Burrow||Safeties/Recruiting Coordinator|
|Matt Martin||Wide Receivers/Special Teams|
|Ricky Coon||Assistant Head Coach/Defensive line|
|Joe Uhls||Tight Ends/Football Operations|
|Tyler French||Inside Linebackers|
|Ben Blake||Offensive Line|
|Ghaali Muhammad-Lankford||Running Backs|
|Jared Diekmann||Offensive Assistant|
Notable former players
|Dan Connolly||2001–2005||Offensive tackle|
|Kenneth Dement||1951–1955||Offensive tackle/Defensive tackle|
|Ray Goodson||2001–2004||Tight End|
|Willie Ponder||1999–2002||Wide receiver|
|Angel Rubio||1993–1997||Defensive tackle|
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|Season||Conference||Coach||Overall Record||Conference Record|
|1937||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Emmett Stuber||9–0||5–0|
|1942†||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Emmett Stuber||4–2–1||3–1|
|1946||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Emmett Stuber||8–0–1||5–0|
|1955||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Kenneth Knox||9–0||5–0|
|1957||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Kenneth Knox||6–2–1||4–0–1|
|1958||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Kenneth Knox||7–1–1||5–0|
|1959||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Kenneth Knox||7–2||5–0|
|1962||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Kenneth Knox||7–3||5–0|
|1967||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Kenneth Knox||8–2||5–0|
|1968||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Tom Thrower||6–4||5–0|
|1969†||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Tom Thrower||8–2||4–1|
|1973||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Jim Lohr||6–4||5–1|
|1975||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Jim Lohr||7–4||6–0|
|1976†||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Jim Lohr||7–3–1||4–1–1|
|1977†||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Jim Lohr||7–3–1||4–1–1|
|1987†||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Bob Smith||6–4–1||4–0–1|
|1988†||Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Bill Maskill||6–4||5–1|
|2010||Ohio Valley Conference||Tony Samuel||9–3||7–1|
|† Denotes co-champions|
FCS Playoffs results
The Redhawks have appeared in the FCS playoffs one time with an overall record of 0–1.
|2010||Second Round||Eastern Washington||L 17–37|
- "Brand - SEMO". Semo.edu. Retrieved April 3, 2016.
- 2014 media guide, p. 204.
- 2014 media guide, p. 159.
- "Bears Renew Longest Rivalry With Saturday Night's Game at Southeast". Missouri State Bears. September 18, 2008. Retrieved August 21, 2014.
- "Series records" (PDF), 2014 Southeast Missouri State Football Guide, p. 136
- Mishow, Marty (September 17, 2010). "Southeast, Southern Illinois football coaches enjoy renewed rivalry". Southeast Missourian. Retrieved August 21, 2014.
- "Southern Illinois and SE Miss State to play first football game in Busch Stadium". GamedayR. April 15, 2013. Retrieved August 21, 2014.
- Mishow, Marty (September 22, 2003). "Southeast bows to SIU in first football game at Busch Stadium". Southeast Missourian. Retrieved August 21, 2014.
- "Turnovers Doom Redhawks in 50-23 Loss to Southern Illinois". Southeast Missouri State Redhawks. September 13, 2014. Retrieved December 31, 2014.
- "SEMO Football Set To Host Rival Murray State Saturday". Missouri Sports Redux. October 9, 2013. Retrieved August 21, 2014.
- "Redhawks Host Rival Murray State Saturday". Southeast Missouri State Redhawks. October 7, 2013. Retrieved August 21, 2014.
- DeLassus, David (2015). "Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Conference Champions". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved April 7, 2015.
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