1975 Pacific Tigers football team

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1975 Pacific Tigers football
Conference Pacific Coast Athletic Association
1975 record 5–6–1 (2–3 PCAA)
Head coach Chester Caddas (4th season)
Home stadium Pacific Memorial Stadium
(Capacity: 28,000)
Seasons
← 1974
1976 →
1975 Pacific Coast Athletic Association football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
San Jose State $ 5 0 0     9 2 0
Long Beach State 4 1 0     9 2 0
San Diego State 3 2 0     8 3 0
Pacific (CA) 2 3 0     5 6 1
Fresno State 1 4 0     3 8 0
Cal State Fullerton 0 5 0     2 9 0
  • $ – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1975 Pacific Tigers football team represented the University of the Pacific (UOP) in the 1975 NCAA Division I football season as a member of the Pacific Coast Athletic Association.[note 1]

The team was led by head coach Chester Caddas, in his fourth year, and played their home games at Pacific Memorial Stadium[note 2] in Stockton, California. They finished the season with a record of five wins, six losses and one tie (5–6–1, 2–3 PCAA).

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result Attendance
September 6 at Northeast Louisiana[note 3]* Brown Stadium • Monroe, Louisiana T 3–3  
September 13 UC Davis[note 4]* Pacific Memorial StadiumStockton, California W 31–13  
September 20 at No. 17 Arizona* Arizona StadiumTucson, Arizona L 0–16  
September 26 at Long Beach State[note 5] Veterans StadiumLong Beach, California L 12–28   6,347[1]
October 4 UTEP* Pacific Memorial Stadium • Stockton, California W 40–10  
October 11 Cal State Fullerton Pacific Memorial Stadium • Stockton, California W 31–20   8,017[2]
October 18 at San Jose State Spartan StadiumSan Jose, California L 13–41  
October 25 Fresno State[note 6]dagger Pacific Memorial Stadium • Stockton, California W 45–28  
November 1 No. 18 San Diego State Pacific Memorial Stadium • Stockton, California L 13–31   12,496[3]
November 8 at Southwestern Louisiana[note 7]* Cajun FieldLafayette, Louisiana W 19–14  
November 15 at No. 8 Arizona State* Sun Devil StadiumTempe, Arizona L 14–55  
November 22 at Hawaii* Aloha StadiumHalawa, HI L 10–17   21,208[4]
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming.

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Team players in the NFL[edit]

No UOP players were selected in the 1976 NFL Draft.[7][8][9]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Big West Conference was known as the Pacific Coast Athletic Association from its founding in 1969 through 1987.
  2. ^ Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium was known as Pacific Memorial Stadium from its opening in 1950 through 1987.
  3. ^ University of Louisiana at Monroe was known as Northeast Louisiana University from 1969 to 1999.
  4. ^ The University of California, Davis sports teams were commonly called the “Cal Aggies” from 1924 until the mid 1970s.
  5. ^ The official name of Long Beach State has been California State University, Long Beach since 1972. However, it is still commonly known as Long Beach State.
  6. ^ The official name of Fresno State has been California State University, Fresno since 1972. However, it is still commonly known as Fresno State.
  7. ^ University of Louisiana at Lafayette was known as University of Southwestern Louisiana from 1960 to 1999.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1976 Media Guide; 49'er Football (pamphlet). Long Beach, California: CSULB Athletic Department. 1976. 
  2. ^ "Pacific Holds Off Fullerton". Independent Press-Telegram. Long Beach, California. October 12, 1975. p. III-4. Retrieved February 7, 2017 – via Newspapers.com. open access publication – free to read
  3. ^ "Penrose riddles Pacific". Independent Press-Telegram. Long Beach, California. November 2, 1975. p. S-7. Retrieved January 17, 2017 – via Newspapers.com. open access publication – free to read
  4. ^ "Hawaii Rainbow Warrior Football 2016 Media Guide" (PDF). p. 131. Retrieved February 15, 2007. 
  5. ^ "1975 Pacific Tigers Schedule and Results". Retrieved January 30, 2017. 
  6. ^ "1975 - Pacific (CA)". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved January 30, 2017. 
  7. ^ "1976 NFL Draft". Retrieved December 7, 2016. 
  8. ^ "Pacific Players/Alumni". Retrieved January 30, 2017. 
  9. ^ "Draft History: U. of Pacific". Retrieved March 18, 2017.