(PHOTO/ Tyler Phillips) With just under seven months until Troy’s first game of the 2018-2019 season, Head Coach Neal Brown announced Wednesday night the addition of four recruits and one transfer to the 15 recruits whom the Trojans had already signed during the early signing period. Brown (left) is pictured speaking to fans and alumni at Wednesday’s signing day party in the Stadium Club of Veterans Memorial Stadium.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) Despite not coming into the game until midway through the fourth quarter, former Troy quarterback Brandon Silvers got one last chance to represent the Trojans on the football field as a collegiate athlete. Now, he’s hoping to have made enough of an impression on an NFL team to get drafted or signed. Silvers is pictured above in Troy’s Dec. 16 bowl game against North Texas.
(PHOTO/ Michael Shipma) Fourth-year Troy football head coach Neal Brown and company are in the annual race for the best possible recruits. Currently, Troy has the top-rated recruiting class in the Sun Belt Conference, according to 247sports.com.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) With Kevin Sumlin being announced as Arizona’s new head coach, Troy Head Coach Neal Brown is officially out of the running for the job. Brown reportedly interviewed for the position, causing some to speculate that he would take the job. Brown (center) is pictured above during Troy’s 2016 game at Clemson.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics, GRAPHIC/ James Shipma) Mark Perry, a former Kentucky high school head coach, will become Troy’s new director of operations, Troy announced Sunday.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) After winning their first Sun Belt title since 2010, Head Coach Neal Brown and the Troy football team are headed to New Orleans to play in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl on Dec. 16.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) Troy’s defense, led by sophomore linebacker Tron Folsom’s 66 tackles so far this season, is joined by Wisconsin as the only two teams to have held their opponents to 24 points or fewer in every game. Troy will look to accomplish just that Saturday night when they face a dynamic Arkansas State offense in a nationally televised game.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) In his final home game of his collegiate career, senior quarterback Brandon Silvers threw for a season-high 380 yards on 22 of 30 completions against Texas State. Silvers also threw touchdown passes to four different receivers in the Trojans’ 62-9 victory that move them within striking distance of claiming the Sun Belt Conference Championship.