| Ohio Valley Conference|
| Division I FCS|
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The Jacksonville State Gamecocks are the intercollegiate athletic teams of Jacksonville State University (JSU) located in Jacksonville, Alabama, United States. The Gamecocks athletic program is a member of the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) and competes at the NCAA Division I level including the Football Championship Subdivision. The JSU mascot is Cocky the Gamecock, and the school colors are red and white. Gamecock teams have won six NCAA national championships in four sports, and, along with Wisconsin–Whitewater, is one of only two schools to win titles in baseball, basketball, and football.
Jacksonville State Gamecocks Wikipedia
Jacksonville State athletics began with the 1903 State Normal School (SNS) football team and was the domain of men only until women's sports were added in 1982. The SNS teams were known as the Eagle Owls, and the school colors were blue and gold. In 1946, the school's name was changed to Jacksonville Teachers College, and the team name and colors were also changed to the current Gamecocks and red and white.
A member of the Ohio Valley Conference, Jacksonville State University sponsors teams in six men's, ten women's, and one co-ed NCAA sanctioned sports:Notes
1984 Division II Women's Gymnastics
1985 Division II Men's Basketball
1985 Division II Women's Gymnastics
1990 Division II Baseball
1991 Division II Baseball
1992 Division II Football