Alabama Collegiate Conference
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Alabama Collegiate Conference

The Alabama Collegiate Conference was an intercollegiate athletic conference composed of member schools located in the state of Alabama. The league existed from 1960 to 1969.[1] Most of the conference's members subsequently joined the Gulf South Conference in 1970


  • The following is an incomplete list of the membership of the Alabama Collegiate Conference.
Institution Location Founded Nickname Joined Left Current
Athens State College Athens, Alabama 1822 Bears
Florence State College Florence, Alabama 1830 Lions Gulf South
Jacksonville State College Jacksonville, Alabama 1883 Gamecocks 1960 1969 Ohio Valley
Livingston University Livingston, Alabama 1835 Tigers Gulf South
Saint Bernard College Cullman, Alabama 1929 closed 1979
Troy State College Troy, Alabama 1887 Trojans 1960 1969 Sun Belt


See also


  1. ^ Alabama Collegiate Conference, College Football Data Warehouse, retrieved October 22 2015.

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