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Season preview
Pride, poise, and promise in wake of crushing loss
Published Sept 12, 2019
The Johns Hopkins football team enters a season full of immense potential with high expectations but without the man whose steady leadership over the past three decades lifted the program to national prominence
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Hopkins kicks off with a big road win
Published Sept 6, 2019
Four second-half interceptions help sixth-ranked Blue Jays hang on for 17-12 win at No. 24 Randolph-Macon
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Hopkins ranked No. 6 nationally in D3football.com preseason poll
Published Aug 14, 2019
Blue Jays won 10th consecutive league title, advanced to NCAA semifinals in 2018
Greg Chimera named head football coach
Published Feb 25, 2019
Longtime assistant becomes 27th head coach in the program's history, replacing Jim Margraff, who died last month
Jim Margraff | 1960-2019
Hundreds gather to honor Margraff's memory
Published Jan 28, 2019 Photos
About 1,500 former players, friends, family members, coworkers, and others attend Homewood campus memorial service for JHU's late football coach
Jim Margraff | 1960-2019
A lasting legacy
Published Jan 24, 2019
Coach Jim Margraff was known on campus for his winning record and long tenure with the football team. But for his players, co-workers and friends, his legacy extends far beyond the football field.
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Coaching position to be named in honor of Margraff
Published Jan 15, 2019
Jim Margraff Endowment for Hopkins Football will honor late coach's legacy, support program in the future
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Greg Chimera named interim head coach
Published Jan 10, 2019
A member of the Hopkins coaching staff for 10 seasons, his offense set school records for touchdowns, yards per game in 2018
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Margraff earns 2nd coach of the year honor
Published Jan 9, 2019
Late Hopkins coach receives top DIII honor from American Football Coaches Association
Campus memorial service planned for Jim Margraff
Published Jan 4, 2019
Longtime football coach, who died Wednesday at 58, will be honored on Jan. 26 at the O'Connor Rec Center