2019 Schedule3 - 8

  • OpponentDate
  • @ Army, L 7-148/30
  • Wake Forest, L 21-419/06
  • Texas, L 13-489/14
  • Baylor, L 13-219/21
  • Louisiana Tech, L 20-239/28
  • @ UAB, L 20-3510/05
  • @ UTSA, L 27-3110/19
  • Southern Miss, L 6-2010/26
  • @ Middle Tennessee, W 31-2811/16
  • North Texas, W 20-1411/23
  • @ UTEP, W 30-1611/30

Past Seasons

  • 2018  (2 - 11)
  • Click a season above to view results.

Program History

  • National Titles: 0
  • Conference Titles: 0
  • All-Time Record: 0-0
  • Heisman Winners: 0
  • Consensus All-Americans: 0
  • Stadium: Rice Stadium
  • Stadium Capacity: 47,000

Rice Owls

2019 Schedule3 - 8

  • OpponentDate
  • @ Army, L 7-148/30
  • Wake Forest, L 21-419/06
  • Texas, L 13-489/14
  • Baylor, L 13-219/21
  • Louisiana Tech, L 20-239/28
  • @ UAB, L 20-3510/05
  • @ UTSA, L 27-3110/19
  • Southern Miss, L 6-2010/26
  • @ Middle Tennessee, W 31-2811/16
  • North Texas, W 20-1411/23
  • @ UTEP, W 30-1611/30

About the Rice Owls

Rice's Honor. Trevor Cobb. Jess Neely. Tommy Kramer. The MOB. Dicky Maegle. Sammy the Owl. This is Rice Football.

Rice fielded its first team in 1914 and were John Heisman's final coaching job in the late 1920s. The Owls became Houston's premier college program in the 1940s and 50s under head coach Jess Neely in the Southwest Conference amassing three Cotton Bowl wins and four SWC championships. The Owls went 18 years without an All-American before quarterback Tommy Kramer in 1976 and another 15 years before Trevor Cobb's breakout season in 1991. Ken Hatfield broke a near 40-year conference title drought in 1994 and David Bailiff helped build the program back to respectability in 2007.

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