Marshall Adds Fifth Juco

Marshall University Head Football Coach Mark Snyder announced the signing of East Mississippi Community College wide receiver Wayne Bonner, on Thursday, Dec. 18. He joins a list of four junior college players who signed with the Herd on Dec. 17, the first day junior college players were allowed to sign letters of intent.
December 18, 2008

13 Herd Players Named To All-C-USA Teams

IRVING, Texas – A total of 13 Marshall University football players received All-Conference USA honors from the league's coaches Tuesday as junior Albert McClellan was voted to the first-team and seniors Brian Leggett, Darius Passmore, C.J. Spillman and Maurice Kitchens were voted to the second team along with sophomore running back Darius Marshall. Three others were named Honorable Mention.
December 10, 2008

Basketball-Football Doubleheader For Herd

It's a rare doubleheader for Thundering Herd fans on Saturday, November 29. Well, maybe not so rare, as the Marshall men's and women's basketball teams also have a doubleheader on Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 4 p.m. for the ladies (vs. UT-Arlington) and 7:30 p.m. for the gentlemen (against ETSU). But first, Saturday, ODU will face Donnie Jones' team at 11:30 a.m., followed by football vs. TU at 3:30 p.m.
November 28, 2008

Rice "Snaps, Crackles &" Tops Marshall, 35-10

Marshall's defense made the first half plays, and Mark Cann led the Herd to a touchdown on a 99-yard, eight minute drive to send Rice and the Herd to the locker room tied 7-7 at half. But Rice's Chase Clement and Jarrett Dillard hooked up for the 49th and 50th touchdown of their career together and the Herd fell, 35-10, and will finish with a fifth-straight non-winning season with a seventh loss.
November 22, 2008

Knights Fall On Herd, 30-14

Right from the start, MU was struggling. A new Marco outfit was met with an uneven response, then Kase Whitehead let a punt slip through his hands on the first series the Herd had and UCF took control of a game that Marshall never really threatened in. In the first loss at Homecoming since 1992, the Herd falls for the fourth consecutive time to UCF, 30-14, in a game where the Herd lacked offense.
November 15, 2008

Herd Must Win 2 Of Final 3 For Bowl

Marshall was written off for dead after a stunning loss at UAB. But the Herd rallied and beat Houston, 37-23, at home in a game that wasn't that close. Although the Herd fell to East Carolina in a game that went overtime, 19-16, Marshall can still obtain a number of goals. With two wins in the next three games, the Herd will be bowl eligible for on a Conference USA's six bowls, or win out for 7-5.
November 11, 2008

Houston? No Problem. Herd Wins, 37-23

Marshall broke out green game helmets, broke out the best game of 2008 and broke a three-game losing streak by stopping Houston's streak of wins at three by beating the Cougars, 37-23. The Herd improved to 4-4 and is now 3-1 in C-USA play. MU will be in first place in the East Division all alone until at least Nov. 2, when East Carolina takes on 1-2 UCF on a Sunday night game in Orlando on ESPN.
October 28, 2008

Marshall Falls To Cincinnati, 33-10

Marshall had a huge jump in talent and ability in opposing players when the Herd left the Mid-American Conference and moved to Conference USA in 2005. It appears the Herd would not be ready for a jump to the Big East at this point in the Mark Snyder era as MU was again dominated by Cincinnati Bearcats on Friday night, 33-10. The Herd falls to 3-3, while UC improves to 4-1 on the year.
October 3, 2008