This page uses content from Wikipedia and is licensed under CC BY-SA.

1995 San Antonio Texans season

1995 San Antonio Texans season
Head coachKay Stephenson
Home fieldAlamodome
Local radioWOAI
Results
Record12–6–0
Division place2nd, South
Playoff finishLost in South Final
Uniform
CFL Jersey SAT 1995.png

The 1995 San Antonio Texans season was the third season for the franchise in Canadian Football League and their first in San Antonio, Texas after their relocation from Sacramento, California. They earned a 12–6 record and finished 2nd in the South Division, allowing the team to advance to playoffs where they lost the South Final to the Baltimore Stallions. The Texans would cease operations following the end of their season.

Pre-season

  • At Memphis W 35–14
  • Vs. Shreveport W 34–14

Regular season

Season standings

South Division
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Baltimore Stallions 18 15 3 0 541 369 30
San Antonio Texans 18 12 6 0 630 457 24
Birmingham Barracudas 18 10 8 0 548 518 20
Memphis Mad Dogs 18 9 9 0 346 364 18
Shreveport Pirates 18 5 13 0 465 514 10

[1]

Schedule

  • At Shreveport W 47–24 (15,133)
  • At Baltimore L 24–50 (31,016)
  • Vs. Baltimore L 23–28 (18,112)
  • Vs. Edmonton W 32–27 (12,856)
  • At Winnipeg L 17–20 (20,961)
  • At Saskatchewan W 36–15 (22,215)
  • Vs. Memphis W 24–9 (15,557)
  • Vs. Calgary L 32–38 (22,043)
  • At Hamilton L 31–35 (20,520)
  • At Memphis W 26–6 (16,223)
  • Vs. Toronto W 47–28 (16,028)
  • At Toronto W 42–21 (14,593)
  • Vs. Hamilton W 7–45 (14,614)
  • At Ottawa W 49–14 (19,957)
  • At Birmingham L 28–38 (6,859)
  • Vs. Ottawa W 43–30 (10,027)
  • Vs. Shreveport W 35–26 (14,437)
  • Vs. Birmingham W 48–42 (19,025)

[2][3]

Playoffs

  • Vs. Birmingham W 51–9
  • At Baltimore L 11–21 (South Conference Championship)

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-07-22. Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  2. ^ [www.profootballarchives.com]
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-09-22. Retrieved 2013-11-29.