2011 North Alabama Lions football team

2011 North Alabama Lions football
Conference Gulf South Conference
2011 record 8–2 (2–2 Gulf South)
Head coach Terry Bowden
Offensive coordinator Alan Arrington
Defensive coordinator Tony Pecoraro

The 2011 North Alabama Lions football team represents the University of North Alabama in the 2011 NCAA Division II college football season.


Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 1 6:00 PM Central Oklahoma* #6 Braly Municipal StadiumFlorence, AL CSS W 31–10   11,072
September 10 6:00 PM Glenville State* #5 Braly Municipal Stadium • Florence, AL W 48–21   9,711
September 17 4:00 PM at #3 Abilene Christian* #4 Cowboys StadiumArlington, TX WHDF W 23–17   24,837
September 24 6:00 PM #2 Braly Municipal Stadium • Florence, AL W 28–20   9,327
October 1 6:00 PM at Southern Arkansas* #2 Wilkins StadiumMagnolia, AR W 42–14   1,402
October 8 6:00 PM at Arkansas Tech* #1 Buerkle FieldRussellville, AR W 44–10   5,750
October 13 7:00 PM #2 Delta State #1 Braly Municipal Stadium • Florence, AL CSS/ESPN3 L 24–30 1OT  11,101
October 27 7:00 PM at #23 West Alabama #5 Tiger StadiumLivingston, AL CSS/ESPN3 L 26-31   7,827
November 5 4:00 PM West Georgia #17 Braly Municipal Stadium • Florence, AL W 28-3   7,958
November 12 1:00 PM at Valdosta State #13 Bazemore-Hyder StadiumValdosta, GA W 30-23   4,227
November 19 12:00 PM at #22 West Alabama #12 Tiger StadiumLivingston, AL (1st Round Playoffs) W 43-27   6,925
*Non-conference game. Central Time.
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