Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norsemen Vs Tyler Apaches Game Card

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Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norsemen Vs Tyler Apaches
Game Location: Away @ Tyler, TX
Kickoff: Saturday September 17 , 2016 @ 7 :00 pm
Week 3 , Game 3

 
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Season Stats
NEO currently holds a 1 – 1 record with a winning percentage of 50.0% .
NEO currently holds a 1 – 1 conference record with a winning percentage of 50.0% .
NEO currently holds a 1 – 0 home record with a winning percentage of 100.0% .
NEO currently holds a 0 – 1 away record with a winning percentage of 0.0% .
NEO currently holds a 0 – 0 post season record with a winning percentage of 0.0% .
NEO is currently Unranked in the NJCAA National Poll.
NEO is currently standing tied for 2nd in the Southwest Junior College Football Conference.
NEO is currently standing tied for 3rd in the Hammer Tournament Standings.
NEO has currently scored a season total of 75 points for the 2016-2017 season. This makes this season the 88th best Northeastern Oklahoma A&M season out of 93 seasons for points forced by Northeastern Oklahoma A&M.
The next best season for points forced was the 1923 season. 77 points were forced during that season so NEO will have to score 2 more points this season to to surpass that season.
NEO has currently allowed a season total of 81 points scored against them for the 2016-2017 season. This makes this season the 19th best Northeastern Oklahoma A&M season out of 93 seasons for points allowed by Northeastern Oklahoma A&M.
The next worst season for points allowed was the 1926 season. 82 points were allowed during that season so NEO will have to allow 1 more points this season to to drop below that season.
NEO currently has a Point Differential (Points Forced minus Points Allowed) of negative 6 . This makes the 2016-2017 season the 79th best Northeastern Oklahoma A&M season out of 93 seasons for Highest Point Differential.

 
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Decade Stats
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M currently holds a record of 26 – 35 – 0 for the decade of the 2010’s .
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M needs to win 3 more games to to tie the record set in the 1920’s of 29 – 16 – 3 .

 
Tyler Season Stats
Tyler currently holds a 1 – 0 record with a winning percentage of 100.0% .
Tyler is currently ranked 7th in the NJCAA Poll.
Tyler is currently standing tied for 6th in the Southwest Junior College Football Conference .

 
Current Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Streaks
1 game winning streak.
1 game winning streak in conference games.
2 game winning streak in games played at Miami, OK.
4 game losing streak in away games (games played at opponents home field).
2 game losing streak in post-season games (conference playoffs and bowls combined).
1 game losing streak in neutral site games.

 
Longest Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Streaks
Longest Winning Streak: 23 games. 1979 – 1981 .
Longest Losing Streak: 6 games. September 10 , 2011 – October 22 , 2011 .
Longest Winning Streak Against Same Opponent: 15 games. vs Ranger Rangers 1980 – 2005 .
Longest Losing Streak Against Same Opponent: 7 games. vs Oklahoma Military Academy 1921 – 1930 .
Longest Losing Streak Against Same Opponent: 7 games. vs Arkansas Razorbacks 1923 – 1954 .
Longest Home Winning Streak: 24 games. 1987 – 1992 .
Longest Home Losing Streak: 4 games. September 13 , 2014 – August 29 , 2015 .
Longest Away Winning Streak: 19 games. 1991 – 1995 .
Longest Away Losing Streak: 6 games. October 10 , 2009 – October 28 , 2010 .
Longest Neutral Site Winning Streak: 4 games. 1986 – 1991 .
Longest Neutral Site Losing Streak: 4 games. 1949 – 1958 .
Longest Post Season Winning Streak: 7 games. November 16 , 2002 – November 12 , 2005 .
Longest Post Season Losing Streak: 4 games. 1949 – 1958 .

 
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Vs Tyler Apaches Series Stats
Saturday September 17 , 2016 @ 7 :00 pm will mark the 52nd time these two teams have meet.
NEO currently holds a 22 – 27 – 2 all-time record ( 45.1% winning percentage) with Tyler .
NEO currently holds a 3 – 9 – 0 record ( 25.0% winning percentage) with Tyler while playing at Tyler, TX .
Tyler Apaches is NEO’s 62nd opponent out of 133 all time opponents.
The first game between these two teams took place 62 years ago in 1954 .
NEO lost the first game 19 to 20 in 1954 in UNKNOWN .
The previous time NEO defeated Tyler was 1 year ago in 2015 ( 40 to 23 final score in Miami, OK ).
The previous time Tyler defeated NEO was 2 years ago in 2014 ( 31 to 58 final score in Tyler, TX ).
The previous time NEO defeated Tyler while playing at Tyler, TX was 10 years ago in 2006 ( 35 to 27 final score).
The previous time Tyler defeated NEO while playing at Tyler, TX was 2 years ago in 2014 ( 31 to 58 final score).
NEO has been outscored by Tyler 1230 to 1294 in 51 games.
NEO is currently on a 1 game winning streak with Tyler .
NEO’s longest winning streak with Tyler is 3 games ( 1985 to 1987 ).
NEO’s longest losing streak with Tyler is 6 games ( 2007 to 2012 ).
NEO’s current streak against Tyler while playing at Tyler, TX is a 4 game losing streak ( 2008 to Present ).
NEO’s longest winning streak against Tyler while playing at Tyler, TX is a 1 game winning streak ( 2006 to 2006 ).
NEO’s longest losing streak against Tyler while playing at Tyler, TX is a 4 game losing streak ( 2008 to Present ).

 
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Coaching Stats
Clay Patterson , is the 21st head coach in Northeastern Oklahoma A&M history.
Head Coach of the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norsemen 2016 – Present .
He has a 1 – 1 career record ( 50.0% winning percentage) as head coach at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M.
Based on number of victories he is currently the 20th winningest coach in Northeastern Oklahoma A&M history.
Based on winning percentage he is currently the 12th winningest coach in Northeastern Oklahoma A&M history.
As Head Coach of Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Clay Patterson has a record of 0 – 0 vs Tyler Apaches .
In 1 season as head coach at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Clay Patterson has averaged coaching 2 . 00 games per season.
In 1 season as head coach at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Clay Patterson has averaged coaching 1 . 00 winning games per season.
In 1 season as head coach at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Clay Patterson has averaged coaching 1 . 00 losing games per season.
In 1 season as head coach at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Clay Patterson has averaged coaching 0 . 00 tied games per season.
Clay Patterson has won 1 more game than Howard Shrooby (Coached 1919-1920, 0-0-0 record, 0.0% winning percentage) .
Clay Patterson needs to coach 2 more winning games to tie Sherard Poteete (Coached 2013, 3-6 record, 33.3% winning percentage) .

 
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norsemen Extreme Scoring History
Since 1919 NEO has competed in 65 games in which NEO has scored 50 or more points.
The first 50 point scoring game by NEO occurred in 1922 (NEO defeated the Galena Town Team 89 to 0 in a regular season game).
The previous 50 point scoring game by NEO occurred on September 26 , 2015 (NEO defeated the Arkansas Baptist Buffaloes 54 to 24 ).
Since 1919 NEO has competed in 28 games in which NEO’s opponent has scored 50 or more points.
The first 50 point scoring game against NEO occurred in 1921 (NEO was defeated by Fort Scott 0 to 56 in a regular season game).
The previous 50 point scoring game against NEO occurred on September 3 , 2016 (NEO lost to the New Mexico Military Broncos 45 to 52 ).
Since 1919 NEO has competed in 172 games in which NEO has shutout their opponents.
The first shutout by NEO occurred in 1921 (NEO defeated Chelsea High School 6 to 0 in a regular season game).
The previous shutout by NEO occurred on November 2 , 2014 (NEO defeated the Bethany Swedes 49 to 0 ).
Since 1919 NEO has competed in 50 games in which NEO’s opponent has shutout the Golden Norsemen.
The first shutout against NEO occurred in 1921 (NEO was defeated by Fort Scott 0 to 56 in a regular season game).
The previous shutout against NEO occurred on October 2 , 2010 (NEO lost to the Kilgore Rangers 0 to 31 ).

 
50 Points Per Game Organized By Decade
2010’s: NEO has scored 50 or more points per game 5 times and has allowed 10 against them.
2000’s: NEO scored 50 or more points per game 5 times and allowed 8 against them.
1990’s: NEO scored 50 or more points per game 13 times and allowed 1 against them.
1980’s: NEO scored 50 or more points per game 8 times and allowed 0 against them.
1970’s: NEO scored 50 or more points per game 15 times and allowed 0 against them.
1960’s: NEO scored 50 or more points per game 11 times and allowed 2 against them.
1950’s: NEO scored 50 or more points per game 3 times and allowed 1 against them.
1940’s: NEO scored 50 or more points per game 2 times and allowed 1 against them.
1930’s: NEO scored 50 or more points per game 1 time and allowed 3 against them.
1920’s: NEO scored 50 or more points per game 2 times and allowed 3 against them.

 
50 Points Per Game Organized By Head Coach
Clay Patterson (2016-present): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 1 time.
Ryan Held (2014-2015): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 2 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 4 times.
Sherard Poteete (2013): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 2 times.
Donnie Bigby (2009-2010): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 5 times.
Rob Green (2005-2008): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 3 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 3 times.
Steve Patterson (2004): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 1 time. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Dale Patterson (1996-2003, 2011-2012): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 5 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 3 times.
Mike Loyd (1991-1995): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 11 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 1 time.
Glen Wolfe (1978-1990): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 13 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Lee Snyder (1977): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Rube Berry (1972-1976): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 7 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Chuck Bowman (1967-1971): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 10 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 1 time.
S. A. Red Robertson (1945-1966): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 9 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 3 times.
Lyle Yarbough (1937-1941): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 1 time. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Harry Pinson (1932-1936): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 1 time. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 2 times.
Floyd Murphy (1928-1931): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 1 time.
Paul Williams (1925-1927): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.
Melvin Hutts (1923-1924): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 1 time.
James Mothershed (1922): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 2 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 1 time.
George Shannon (1921): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 1 time.
Howard Shrooby (1919-1920): Coached NEO teams that scored 50 or more points per game 0 times. He allowed opponents to score 50 or more points per game 0 times.

 
Shutouts Organized By Decade
2010’s: NEO has shutout their opponents 1 time and has been shutout by their opponents 1 time.
2000’s: NEO sshutout their opponents 2 Times and was shutout by their opponents 4 Times.
1990’s: NEO sshutout their opponents 11 Times and was shutout by their opponents 2 Times.
1980’s: NEO sshutout their opponents 20 Times and was shutout by their opponents 2 Times.
1970’s: NEO sshutout their opponents 18 Times and was shutout by their opponents 2 Times.
1960’s: NEO sshutout their opponents 25 Times and was shutout by their opponents 4 Times.
1950’s: NEO sshutout their opponents 29 Times and was shutout by their opponents 3 Times.
1940’s: NEO sshutout their opponents 12 Times and was shutout by their opponents 6 Times.
1930’s: NEO sshutout their opponents 33 Times and was shutout by their opponents 14 Times.
1920’s: NEO sshutout their opponents 21 Times and was shutout by their opponents 12 Times.

 
Shutouts Organized By Head Coach
Clay Patterson (2016-present): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 0 times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 0 times.
Ryan Held (2014-2015): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 1 Time. He allowed shutouts against NEO 0 Times.
Sherard Poteete (2013): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 0 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 0 Times.
Donnie Bigby (2009-2010): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 0 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 1 Time.
Rob Green (2005-2008): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 1 Time. He allowed shutouts against NEO 2 Times.
Steve Patterson (2004): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 0 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 0 Times.
Dale Patterson (1996-2003, 2011-2012): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 3 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 3 Times.
Mike Loyd (1991-1995): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 6 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 1 Time.
Glen Wolfe (1978-1990): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 25 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 3 Times.
Lee Snyder (1977): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 3 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 0 Times.
Rube Berry (1972-1976): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 11 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 1 Time.
Chuck Bowman (1967-1971): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 10 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 1 Time.
S. A. Red Robertson (1945-1966): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 55 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 8 Times.
Lyle Yarbough (1937-1941): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 18 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 11 Times.
Harry Pinson (1932-1936): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 17 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 0 Times.
Floyd Murthy (1928-1931): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 9 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 8 Times.
Paul Williams (1925-1927): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 5 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 5 Times.
Melvin Hutts (1923-1924): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 3 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 3 Times.
James Mothershed (1922): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 2 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 1 Time.
George Shannon (1921): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 3 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 2 Times.
Howard Shrooby (1919-1920): Coached NEO teams that shutout their opponents 0 Times. He allowed shutouts against NEO 0 Times.

 
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M History
The Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norsemen have competed in 881 games since their founding in 1919.
NEO’s Combined All-Time record is 602 – 258 – 21 ( 69.52% winning percentage).
NEO’s All-Time neutral site record is 17 – 12 – 1 ( 58.33% winning percentage).
NEO’s All-Time post season record is 27 – 19 – 1 ( 58.51% winning percentage).
1 year ago during the week of September 17 , 2015 NEO had a record of 1 – 2 – 0 before defeating Tyler Apaches by the score of 40 to 23 .
5 years ago during the week of September 17 , 2011 NEO had a record of 2 – 1 – 0 before losing to Cisco Wranglers by the score of 26 to 27 .
10 years ago during the week of September 17 , 2006 NEO had a record of 0 – 1 – 0 before losing to Trinity Valley Cardinals by the score of 7 to 17 .
50 years ago during the week of September 17 , 1966 NEO had a record of 2 – 1 – 0 before defeating Grand Rapids Raiders by the score of 30 to 26 .
4 Conference Championships 1998, 2002, 2003, & 2012^.
4 Southwest Conference Championships 1998, 2002, 2003, & 2012^.
19 Bowl Championships 1947, 1948, 1959, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1998, 2002, 2003, & 2005.
1 Beef Empire Classic Bowl Championship 1979.
2 Dalton Defenders Bowl Championships 2003 & 2005.
1 Garland-Shriners Bowl Championship 1983.
2 Garland-Texas Classic Bowl Championships 1980 & 1982.
1 Green Country Shrine Bowl Championship 1971.
4 Mid-America Bowl Championships 1986, 1987, 1988, & 1991.
1 Mineral Water Bowl Championship 1993.
1 Papoose Bowl Championship 1947.
1 Pine Bowl Championship 1959.
2 Red River Bowl Championships 1998 & 2002.
1 Salt Bowl Championship 1948.
2 Shrine Bowl Championships 1967 & 1969.
8 National Championships 1958, 1959, 1963, 1967, 1969, 1980, 1986, & 1991.
* = shared division/conference championship
^ = regular season conference championship

 
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