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  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1982)
    *Valdosta State College Football 1982.* Program. Gulf South NCAA, Division II. Valdosta State University, 1982. This copy of the 1982 Valdosta State football guide has been assembled with you in mind. We hope it will ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1983)
    *Valdosta State College Football 1983.* Program. Gulf South NCAA, Division II. Valdosta State University, 1983. The baby learned to walk in 1982. It fell down a lot and picked up a lot of bruises along the way, but ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1984)
    As Valdosta State prepares to enter its third season of football, head coach Jim Goodman sees a defense that has reached the point of competitiveness in the Gulf South Conference and an offense which is still young and ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1985)
    The three quarterbacks pictured on the cover all have one major goal going into fall drills — nail down the starting job. All three have the tools, the talent and the experience, and all three were instrumental in Blazer ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1986)
    The nucleus of the 1986 Valdosta State football team is pictured on the cover. First year head coach Mike Cavan, who came to VSC last spring after 13 years on the Georgia staff, is surrounded by four outstanding seniors ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1987)
    The cover features five of the important ingredients to the success of the 1987 Valdosta State football team. Blazer head coach Mike Cavan, who was instrumental in turning around the Valdosta State football fortunes last ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1988)
    In addition to Blaze, Valdosta State’s mascot who was introduced during the 1987 football season, this year’s cover features players who are considered keys to the success of the 1988 Blazers. Top, L-R: Senior tailback and ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1989)
    Five Valdosta State seniors who have made outstanding contributions to Blazer football are pictured on this year’s cover. Surrounding head coach Mike Cavan are (1. to r.) defensive tackle Maurice Jordan, tight end Keith ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1990)
    Three Valdosta State seniors who have made outstanding contributions to Blazer football are pictured on this year’s cover. Surrounding head coach Mike Cavan are (1. to r.) quarterback Tye Cottle, free safety Deon Searcy ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1991)
    Valdosta State head coach Mike Cavan is surrounded by the 1991 senior class in this year's cover photo. They are Dexter Holiday; #7, Will O'Steen, #61, Reginald Davis, #21, Danny Metcalf, #45, John Kenny, #56, Scott Long, ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1992)
    For the fourth time since Valdosta State instituted football 10 years ago, a new head coach has taken charge of the program, and after a quick evaluation of his returning troops during spring drills, Hal Mumme is anxious ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1993)
    Valdosta State University athletics has made great strides forward in the short time Herb Reinhard has been in charge of the l o- sport Division II program. Reinhard joined the Valdosta State athletic family in December ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1994)
    On paper, it should be the year of the Blazer. All the ingredients are in place...the biggest senior class in his- tory, 17 returning starters among the 49 returning lettermen, more quality depth than ever before, and the ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1995)
    The legacy established by the 1994 Valdosta State football team is reflected on this year’s cover, which features some of 1994’s outstanding players. “The Hit” on New Haven’s Roger Graham by Erasmus Harvey, the pinpoint ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1996)
    Valdosta State University Football 1996. Program (12 pages). Gulf South NCAA, Division II. Valdosta State University, 1996.
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1997)
    Lighting Up the Red Zone -- Valdosta State continues to make dramatic improvement when crossing into the red zone. In its last two games, the offense is 10-10 (9 TDs and a field goal) inside the 20 and has now cashed points ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1998)
    Valdosta State University Football 1998. Program (12 pages). Gulf South NCAA, Division II. Valdosta State University, 1998. Family Day - Welcome to Family Day festivities and the Gulf South Conference home opener. This ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 1999)
    This is Homecoming weekend at Valdosta State, and the Department of Athletics would like to add its welcome to all former VSU students. Homecoming Success -- Valdosta State has a 14-3 record in Homecoming games and has won ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (2000)
    When the fortunes of Valdosta State football reached the lowest point in its 18-year history last fall, the call went out to Blazer football's favorite son. Chris Hatcher, who rewrote the record book as the starting ...
  • Valdosta State University, Athletics Department (Valdosta State University, 2001)
    When the fortunes of Valdosta State football reached the lowest point in its then 18-year history in the fall of 1999, the call went out to Blazer football's favorite son. Chris Hatcher, who rewrote the record book as the ...