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Stetson to host six in 12-game schedule

DeLand, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - With a 12-game schedule in 2014, Stetson University will try to build on a 2-9 record from a year ago in its second season since returning to football.

The Pioneer Football League program will play six home games at Spec Martin Memorial Stadium as part of the schedule announced Friday.

The Hatters, under coach Roger Hughes, will host Florida Tech (Sept. 6) and Mercer (Sept. 13) in non-league action, and Butler (Oct. 4), Jacksonville (Oct. 18), Marist (Nov. 8, Homecoming) and Drake (Nov. 22) in a daunting portion of their PFL schedule.

Stetson's road games will be against Warner (Aug. 30) and Birmingham-Southern (Sept. 20) in non-league action, and San Diego (Oct. 11), Davidson (Oct. 25), Campbell (Nov. 1) and Morehead State (Nov. 15) within the PFL.

Stetson's 2013 campaign was its first since 1956, when the sport was dropped.

2014 Stetson Football Schedule

Aug. 30, at Warner

Sept. 6, Florida Tech

Sept. 13, Mercer

Sept. 20, at Birmingham-Southern

Oct. 4, Butler*

Oct. 11, at San Diego*

Oct. 18, Jacksonville*

Oct. 25, at Davidson*

Nov. 1, at Campbell*

Nov. 8, Marist* (Homecoming)

Nov. 15, at Morehead State*

Nov. 22, Drake*

* - Pioneer Football League game

01/24 15:10:44 ET



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