NCAA Football 14 Dynasty | Marquette - INTRODUCTION...THEY'RE BAAAAAACK! - Ep 1

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We are finally here with the inaugural episode of the Marquette Golden Eagles Dynasty on NCAA Football 14 and this series is gonna be crackin!!! We are going to have the ultimate challenge however and are starting out as a 50 ovr team, (which is worse than the cupcake teambuilder template) So we will actually be worse than the FCS Teams. Im going to need you guys more than ever throughout this series and will need your guidance throughout recruiting, who to play, what offenses and defenses to run. Because this dynasty I am player locking on defense, so no more making user plays for the computer. The camera angle will remain the same but a new challenge is on the horizon because Attributes/CPU Skill will matter more than ever. Join me for this journey as we resurrect the Marquette Golden Eagles Football Program and bring life back to Wisconsin Football. Hit Subscribe and Enjoy the Series!

Brief History on the Marquette Football Team: The varsity football team was known as the "Golden Avalanche" prior to the program being terminated in 1960. Marquette football posted several successful seasons in the 1920s and 1930s including undefeated seasons in 1922, 1923, and 1930. From 1922 to 1923 Marquette held a 17–0–1 record and outscored its opponents 374–15. The 1930 Marquette squad posted seven shutouts and held a 155–7 scoring margin. From 1920 to 1936 Marquette held a 90–32–6 (.727) record. 1936 Golden Avalanche had a 7–1 regular season record with a top 20 ranking and played in the inaugural Cotton Bowl Classic against Texas Christian University, led by quarterback Sammy Baugh; TCU won 16–6.[24]

After accumulating several years of budget deficits for the university, the football program was dropped after a 3–6 season in 1960 under second-year coach Lisle Blackbourn, along with track and cross country programs.[18][19][20][25] Their last successful season was 1953 and the last seven seasons had a combined 10–44–3 (.202) record, including two straight winless seasons (1956 and 1957),[20] under new head coach Johnny Druze.[26] At the time, Marquette had a 78-year football tradition and was the largest Catholic university in the United States.[19][27] Cross country was immediately reinstated and track returned in 1964; football at Marquette returned at the club level in 1967.[28]

Marquette Stadium, the football team's home since 1924,[29] was dismantled in 1978. Located in the Merrill Park neighborhood west of the university,[30] the stadium had a seating capacity of 24,000 at its peak. It was used by Green Bay Packers of the NFL for three home games in 1952; the Packers played several home games in Milwaukee every season from 1933 through 1994; previous games were played State Fair Park in West Allis and succeeding years at the new County Stadium. Marquette played a majority of its home schedule at County Stadium in 1957 and 1958.

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