In celebration of 73 years at McAndrew Stadium, we invite our fans to remember and celebrate the greatest moments in Saluki football history in McAndrew Stadium. Though the memories are countless, 25 rise up to be an essential part of what it means to be a Dawg. Use the navigation on the right to relive Saluki history and help us know which is your favorite by voting using the button below.
    October 23, 1937 vs. Western Illinois
    October 4, 1958 vs. Western Illinois
    October 29, 1960 vs. Eastern Michigan
    October 28, 1967 vs. Tulsa
    October 31, 1970 vs. Bradley
This is one of the biggest upsets in school history. The Salukis, who were 0-5, upset the Hurricane, who were ranked No. 8 in the Litkenhous ranking. Then-Southern Illinoisan sports writer Lon Eubanks termed the come-from-behind win a "miracle win." Saluki Hall of Fame LB Carl Mauck's fourth quarter interception and 24-yard return to the Tulsa 10 yard line set up Galloway's game-winning field goal. Tulsa came into the game ranked in the Top 10 nationally in five offensive categories. The Salukis held the Hurricane to 105 yards rushing and 159 yards passing. A then-record homecoming crowd of 15,500 responded by tearing down the goalposts. It was one of only three games SIU won in 1967.

SIU LB Carl Mauck and Coach Dick Towers recalled the game in July 2009 interviews.

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