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Team: Brown Bears
League: Division I FCS Ivy League
Home Games: Brown Stadium
Head Coach: James Perry
All-Time Greats: John Heisman, Tuss McLaughry, Fritz Pollard, Eddie N. Robinson, Wallace Wade, Zak DeOssie
Rivals: Rhode Island Rams
Brown Bears Football TicketsSince 1878, Brown University has been dominating in both the intellectual and athletic arenas. It combines both talents in the form of the Bears football team. Whenever they hit the gridiron, the Bears are prepared to give it their all for a shot at the gold. With some of the best playmakers in the league both past and present, you can always count on a Bears game to leave you on the edge of your seat from the first second to the last. The current slate of players is particularly strong, helped along by the encouragement of the team's new coach, James Perry. Duking it out on their home turf at Brown Stadium or traveling to take the fight to their rivals, both the Bears and their fans are always ready for a challenge and won’t back down. Grab a seat at a Brown Bears football game today by purchasing a ticket at StubHub.
Who are some of the best players who have been a part of the Brown Bears football team?The Bears have produced tons of amazing football players throughout their long history with the sport, many of whom have gone on to become professionals in the NFL. John Heisman, Tuss McLaughry, Fritz Pollard, Eddie N. Robinson and Wallace Wade are all Hall of Famers who used to play for Brown. Zak DeOssie of the New York Giants played for the Bears in college, as well, as did New England Patriots fullback James Develin.
Who are the rivals of the Brown Bears football team?The Brown Bears have traditionally been the rival of the Rhode Island Rams. The two have faced off a total of 103 times with the score currently set at 73–28–2 in the Bears' favor, though the Rams did emerge victorious in their most recent meet. In all of their games, the two teams compete for the Governor's Cup trophy, the winner getting to hold it until the other team scores a victory in the series.
Where do the Bears play their home games?The home field for the Bears is known as Brown Stadium. It is a 20,000-seat real grass stadium used for both Brown's football and outdoor track meets. It was first opened in 1925 and has stood the test of time ever since. Despite its long history, there had never been a night game played in the stadium until 2010 during the September game against the Harvard Crimson. Brown Stadium is an exciting place to attend a Bears football game, packed full of cheering fans.
What are some of the most anticipated games in the Bears' current season?The 2019 season is set to be an exciting one for the Bears. The schedule kicks off with a game against the Bryant Bulldogs in September, followed shortly by a match with Harvard. By the beginning of October, the Bears will be fighting their old rivals, the University of Rhode Island Rams, squaring off once again for who gets to keep the Governor's Cup. In mid-October, the team faces off with the Princeton Tigers before taking on the Cornell Big Red. November closes out the Ivy League season with games against the Yale Bulldogs, Columbia Lions and the Dartmouth Big Green. You won't want to miss these or any of the games the Bears will take part of this season.
Who is the head coach of the Bears football team?The Brown Bears are currently coached by James Perry. He is launching his head coaching career with the Bears in the 2019 season, following in the footsteps of the many top coaches who have come before him.
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