|Overall record: 5-5 - Conference: 4-2|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
|9/8||vs. DePauw||W, 30-27||BX|
|9/15||vs. Thomas More •||L, 28-21|
|9/22||at Washington and Jefferson||L, 35-10|
|9/29||at Alma •||L, 56-14|
|10/6||vs. Defiance * •||L, 33-13|
|10/13||at Bluffton * •||W, 34-15|
|10/20||vs. Mount St. Joseph * •||W, 36-14|
|10/27||at Anderson * •||L, 51-27|
|11/3||at Manchester * •||W, 29-16|
|11/10||vs. Franklin * •||W, 54-6|
November 7, 2019 Back to playing Hanover football "When I was at Hanover and we were winning conference championships, we had a swagger and a pride in Hanover football that needed to be rebuilt. We’ve tried to recreate that identity." That's how former player and current head coach Matt Theobald describes the state of the Panthers program.
November 10, 2018 The Bell comes home: Football defeats Franklin 23-20 for conference title, playoff spot FRANKLIN, Ind. – The Hanover College football team is once again on top of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, as the Panthers defeated Franklin, on the road, in the 88th annual Victory Bell Classic Saturday afternoon, 23-20.
November 3, 2018 Defense stands tall, offense rallies for come-from-behind win over Rose-Hulman HANOVER, Ind. – The Hanover College football team scored 29 unanswered points over the final three quarters Saturday to rally for a 29-14 triumph over Rose-Hulman on Senior and Hall of Fame Day at Alumni Stadium.
October 27, 2018 Slow start and turnovers doom football against MSJ, 19-15 HANOVER, Ind. – A slow start and five turnovers plagued the Hanover football team at home Saturday afternoon, as Mount St. Joseph took the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference top-three showdown by a final of 19-15.
September 29, 2018 Wezensky tosses five touchdowns in Panthers' 55-8 rout at Anderson ANDERSON, Ind. – The Hanover football team continued its stellar start to Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference play, defeating Anderson on the road Saturday afternoon, 55-8.
September 8, 2018 Hanover drops home opener to Thomas More, 27-18 HANOVER, Ind. – The Hanover football team’s late rally fell short in its home opener Saturday afternoon, as they fell to Thomas More (Ky.), 27-18.