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Encyclopedia > Pittsburgh Panthers football
Pittsburgh Panthers
Head coach Dave Wannstedt
3rd year, 13–14
Home stadium Heinz Field
Capacity 65,050 - Grass
Conference Big East
First year 1889
Athletic director Jeff Long
Website PittsburghPanthers.com
Team records
All-time record 642–436–42 (.577)
Postseason bowl record 10–14
Awards
Wire national titles 9 claimed, 2 AP
Conference titles 1
Heisman winners 1
All-Americans 85 (1st team), 49 consensus
Pageantry
Colors Blue and Gold            
Fight song Hail to Pitt and Pitt Victory Song
Mascot Panther
Marching band University of Pittsburgh Varsity Marching Band
Major Rivals West Virginia, Penn State, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Cincinnati

Traditionally the most popular sport at the University of Pittsburgh is football, at which Pitt has competed at the highest levels since 1889. During the more than 100 years of competitive football at Pitt, the university has fielded some of the greatest all-time teams, players and coaches. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Dave Wannstedt (born May 21, 1952 in Baldwin, Pennsylvania), is the current head coach of the University of Pittsburgh Panthers football team. ... Heinz Field is a football stadium located in the North Shore neighborhood, just across the Allegheny River from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ... The Big East Conference is a collegiate athletics conference consisting of seventeen universities in the northeastern, southeastern and midwestern United States. ... Blue (from Old High German blao shining) is one of the three primary additive colors; blue light has the shortest wavelength (about 470 nm) of the three primary colors. ... Gold is a shade of the color yellow closest to that of gold metal. ... One of four Panther statues by Giuseppe Moretti guarding Panther Hollow Bridge. ... The University of Pittsburgh Marching Band is the college marching band at the University of Pittsburgh. ... The West Virginia Mountaineers are the athletic teams of West Virginia University. ... Head Coach Joe Paterno 42nd Year, 363-121-3 Home Stadium Beaver Stadium Capacity 107,282 - Grass Conference Big Ten First Year 1887 Athletic Director Tim Curley Website GoPSUSports. ... Head Coach Charlie Weis 3rd Year, 19–7–0 Home Stadium Notre Dame Stadium Capacity 80,795 - Grass Conference Independent First Year 1887 Athletic Director Dr. Kevin White Website UND.com Team Records All-time Record 821–269–42 (.744) Postseason Bowl Record 13–15 Awards Wire National Titles 8... Syracuse University Logo. ... The Cincinnati Bearcats are the NCAA athletic teams representing the University of Cincinnati. ... The University of Pittsburgh, commonly referred to as Pitt, is a state-related, doctoral/research university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. ...

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9-Time National Champions

The University of Pittsburgh officially claims 9 National Championships for the Panthers football team: 4 unanimous ones (1916, 1918, 1937, and 1976) and 5 shared titles (1915, 1929, 1931, 1934, 1936). The University of Pittsburgh bases its claim for the first 8 national championships on a study conducted in 1970 by Sports Illustrated[1]. These championships, together with its unanimous championship of 1976, are the basis for the university's claim of 9 national championship seasons. Furthermore, in 8 additional years at least one recognized selector of national championships has declared Pitt a National Champion. In total Pitt has been recognized as the National Champion by at least one selector in a total of 17 different seasons[2][3][4]: The NCAA Division I-A national football championship is the only Division I NCAA-sponsored sport without an organized tournament to determine its champion; in fact, while various other organizations (as described below) designate a national champion at the Division I level, the NCAA itself does not award a championship... A mythical national championship (often abbreviated MNC) is a national championship that is won without a tournament to determine an undisputed national champion. ...

  • 1981 (Montgomery, NCF)
  • 1980 (FNG, Louisa, ARGH, CFR, FACT, DeVold, Howell, Self, NYT, Sagarin, Eck, Fleming)
  • 1976 (consensus)
  • 1938 (Premo)
  • 1937 (consensus)
  • 1936 (FNG, Louisa, ARGH, Boand, Kirlin, CFRA, Jessen, Esso, Houlgate, Koger, Maxwell, Premo)
  • 1934 (Davis)
  • 1933 (Kirlin)
  • 1931 (FNG, Kirlin, Davis)
  • 1929 (Davis)
  • 1927 (Esso)
  • 1925 (Sorenson)
  • 1918 (consensus)
  • 1917 (Weyand, Wilson, Jessen, Koger, Smith, NSF)
  • 1916 (consensus)
  • 1915 (Libby, Koger, Smith, Davis)
  • 1910 (Century, Morgan, Smith, Premo, NCF, FNG)

Bold is claimed by Pitt.

See also: 1980 in sports, other events of 1981, 1982 in sports and the list of years in sports. // Auto Racing Stock car racing: NASCAR Championship - Darrell Waltrip Richard Petty won the Daytona 500 CART Racing - Rick Mears won the season championship May 25 - Indianapolis 500 - Bobby Unser Formula One... See also: 1979 in sports, other events of 1980, 1981 in sports and the list of years in sports. // Auto Racing Stock car racing: NASCAR Championship - Dale Earnhardt Buddy Baker won the Daytona 500 CART Racing - Johnny Rutherford won the season championship Indianapolis 500 - Johnny Rutherford Formula One Champion - Alan... See also: 1975 in sports, other events of 1976, 1977 in sports and the list of years in sports. // Auto Racing Stock car racing: February 15David Pearson won the Daytona 500 NASCAR Championship - Cale Yarborough Indianapolis 500 - Johnny Rutherford USAC Racing - Gordon Johncock won the season championship Formula One Championship... See also: 1937 in sports, other events of 1938, 1939 in sports and the list of years in sports. // Baseball World Series: New York Yankees defeat the Chicago Cubs, 4-0. ... See also: 1936 in sports, other events of 1937, 1938 in sports and the list of years in sports. // Auto racing Wally Parks founds the Road Runners Club, considered to be the start of organized drag racing. ... See also: 1935 in sports, other events of 1936, 1937 in sports and the list of years in sports. // May 8: Jockey Ralph Neves was involved in a racing accident at Bay Meadows Racetrack in San Mateo, California and mistakenly pronounced dead. ... See also: 1933 in sports, 1935 in sports and the list of years in sports. Baseball July 10 - In the second Major League Baseball All-Star Game, played at the Polo Grounds in New York City, left-handed pitcher Carl Hubbell sets a record by striking out Babe Ruth, Lou... See also: 1932 in sports, 1934 in sports and the list of years in sports. Baseball New York Giants defeat Washington Senators in the World Series, 4-1. ... See also: 1930 in sports, other events of 1931, 1932 in sports and the list of years in sports. // Auto Racing 24 hours of Le Mans: Earl Howe and Tim Birkin, driving an Alfa Romeo 8C. Louis Schneider wins the Indy 500. ... See also: 1928 in sports, other events of 1929, 1930 in sports and the list of years in sports. // January 22: The New York Yankees announce they will put numbers on the backs of their uniforms, becoming the first baseball team to engage in continuous use of numbers. ... See also: 1926 in sports, 1928 in sports and the list of years in sports. Football ([cvvvvvvv[American Football|American]]) New York Giants win National Football League title You are a Gay bo! Golf First Ryder Cup held in United States beats Britain 9 1/2 to 2 1/2... See also: 1924 in sports, other events of 1925, 1926 in sports and the list of years in sports. // Baseball (Major League) Pittsburgh Pirates def. ... See also: 1917 in sports, 1919 in sports and the list of years in sports. Football (Australian Rules) Victorian Football League - South Melbourne wins the 22nd VFL Premiership (South Melbourne 9. ... See also: 1916 in sports, 1918 in sports and the list of years in sports. Football (Australian Rules) Victorian Football League - Collingwood wins the 21st VFL Premiership (Collingwood 9. ... See also: 1915 in sports, other events of 1916, 1917 in sports and the list of years in sports. Football ( Australian Rules) Victorian Football League - Fitzroy wins the 20th VFL Premiership (12. ... See also: 1914 in sports, 1916 in sports and the list of years in sports. Football (Australian Rules) Victorian Football League - Carlton wins the 19th VFL Premiership (Carlton 11. ... See also: 1909 in sports, 1911 in sports and the list of years in sports. Football (Australian Rules) Victorian Football League - Collingwood wins the 14th VFL Premiership (Collingwood 9. ...


Pitt has had 8 undefeated seasons: 1904 (10-0), 1910 (9-0), 1915 (8-0), 1916 (8-0), 1917 (10-0), 1920 (6-0-2), 1937 (9-0-1), and 1976 (12-0). Of these 8 undefeated seasons, 4 are not claimed as national championship seasons by Pitt.


Pitt has also had 17 one-loss seasons (1894, 1899, 1914, 1918, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1931-1936, 1963, and 1979-1981). Pitt won Eastern football titles in 1925, 1927, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1936*, 1937*, 1955*, 1976*, 1979*, 1980*, and won a co-share of the Big East Conference championship and received a BCS bowl berth in 2004.
*Lambert-Meadowlands Trophy (est. 1936) winner The Lambert-Meadowlands Trophy is an annual award given to the best team in the East in Division 1-A college football. ...


Football Traditions & Facts

Pitt beat West Virginia 11-0 in this November 11, 1908 game at Exposition Park.
In 1956, Pitt's Bobby Grier was the first to break the Sugar Bowl's color-barrier.

The football team played at Recreation Park until 1899[5][6], before starting play at Exposition Park in 1900[7]. The Panthers then played at Forbes Field from 1909 to 1924, until the completion of their own Pitt Stadium in 1925. Following the demolition of Pitt Stadium, the Panthers moved to Three Rivers Stadium for the 2000 seson, and then into Heinz Field, in 2001, where they currently play. Image File history File links Metadata Size of this preview: 800 × 299 pixelsFull resolution (887 × 331 pixel, file size: 187 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg)University of Pittsburgh, then called Western University of Pennsylvania, upper campus in from 1890 to 1908 on Perrysville Avenue, North Side of Pittsburgh. ... Image File history File links Metadata Size of this preview: 800 × 299 pixelsFull resolution (887 × 331 pixel, file size: 187 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg)University of Pittsburgh, then called Western University of Pennsylvania, upper campus in from 1890 to 1908 on Perrysville Avenue, North Side of Pittsburgh. ... Exposition Park was a baseball park that formerly stood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Bobby Grier was the first African-American football player to break the color barrier of a College bowl game. ... Recreation Park is a defunct baseball park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where from 1884 to 1890 it served as the home field for the fledgling professional baseball team later known as the Pittsburgh Pirates. ... Exposition Park was a baseball park that formerly stood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ... Forbes Field was a Major League Baseball park in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. ... Pitt Stadium was a stadium that hosted football and track and field events starting in 1925. ... Three Rivers Stadium was a multi-purpose sports stadium and event facility located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from 1970 through 2000. ... Heinz Field is a football stadium located in the North Shore neighborhood, just across the Allegheny River from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ...


The upper section of the Cathedral of Learning is illuminated "gold" after a football team victory, as opposed to the everyday white spotlights. The Cathedral of Learning, a local and national landmark[2][3], is the centerpiece of the University of Pittsburghs main campus in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. ...


Pitt Football has a long history. Tony Dorsett, Mike Ditka, Dan Marino, Tony Siragusa, Mark May, Beano Cook, Johnny Majors, Russ Grimm and Jimmy Johnson are just some of the alumni, coaches, and staff that have achieved prominence. Current NFL stars with Pitt Panther ties include NY Jet Kevan Barlow, NY Jet Curtis Martin, Cardinal Larry Fitzgerald, former Charger coach Marty Schottenheimer, and Bucs coach Jon Gruden. Anthony Drew Dorsett (born April 7, 1954 in the Pittsburgh suburb of Rochester, Pennsylvania) was an American football running back who was a star in college football and the NFL. Dorsett was a star running back at University of Pittsburgh and helped to lead them to a national title in... Michael Keller Ditka, Jr. ... Daniel Constantine Marino, Jr. ... Anthony Siragusa (born May 14, 1967 in Kenilworth, New Jersey) is a former American football defensive tackle who spent twelve seasons in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens. ... Carroll Hoff Beano Cook (Born September 1, 1931) is an ESPN college football historian and commentator. ... Johnny Majors was a longtime College Football Head Coach and alumnus of the University of Tennessee. ... Russ Grimm (May 2, 1959) was an All-American center at the University of Pittsburgh and a Pro Bowl guard for the Washington Redskins of the NFL. Grimm played 11 seasons for the Redskins and was a first team selection to the NFL 1980s All-Decade Team. ... For other uses, see Jimmy Johnson. ... Kevan C. Barlow (born January 7, 1979 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is an American football running back who is currently a free agent. ... Curtis Martin is a former American football running back. ... Larry Darnell Fitzgerald, Jr. ... Martin Edward Schottenheimer (born September 23, 1943 in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania) is an American football coach. ... Jon Gruden (born August 17, 1963 in Sandusky, Ohio) is the current head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL. Prior to taking over as coach of Tampa, he was the head coach of the Oakland Raiders for 4 years. ...


Pitt Panthers football has also garnered attention when Bobby Grier became the first African-American player to break the Bowl game color-barrier in 1956.[8] Bobby Grier was the first African-American football player to break the color barrier of a College bowl game. ... Year 1956 (MCMLVI) was a leap year starting on Sunday (link will display full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Former NFL head coach and Pitt alum Dave Wannstedt was hired in late 2004 as head football coach, hopes are high in Pittsburgh that Wannstedt will rejuvinate the program. Dave Wannstedt (born May 21, 1952 in Baldwin, Pennsylvania), is the current head coach of the University of Pittsburgh Panthers football team. ... City nickname: The Steel City Location in the state of Pennsylvania Founded 1758 Mayor Tom Murphy (Dem) Area  - Total  - Water 151. ...


Long-standing football rivalries with West Virginia University, known as the Backyard Brawl, University of Notre Dame, and the new River City Rivalry with the University of Cincinnati also highlight Pitt's resume. Pitt's historical rival was Penn State, though the two teams have not met in recent years. West Virginia University is an institution of higher learning based in Morgantown, West Virginia, USA. Other campuses include: West Virginia University at Parkersburg in Parkersburg; West Virginia University Institute of Technology in Montgomery; Potomac State College of West Virginia University in Keyser; and a clinical campus for the Universitys... First played in 1895, the Backyard Brawl is an annual football game between the University of Pittsburgh and West Virginia University. ... The University of Notre Dame IPA: is a Catholic[4] institution located in Notre Dame, an unincorporated section of St. ... The University of Cincinnati is a coeducational public research university in Cincinnati, Ohio. ... The Pennsylvania State University The Pennsylvania State University (commonly known as Penn State) is a state-related land-grant university in Pennsylvania, with over 80,000 students at 24 campuses throughout the state. ...


Hall of Fame & All Americans

The Pitt Panthers have a long history of producing top football talent. There are four Pitt Panthers that are members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame: The Pro Football Hall of Fame is the hall of fame of the National Football League (NFL). ...

The College Football Hall of Fame has also recognized the Pitt program with 24 Panthers inducted: Daniel Constantine Marino, Jr. ... Anthony Drew Dorsett (born April 7, 1954 in the Pittsburgh suburb of Rochester, Pennsylvania) was an American football running back who was a star in college football and the NFL. Dorsett was a star running back at University of Pittsburgh and helped to lead them to a national title in... Michael Keller Ditka, Jr. ... Joe Schmidt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... College Football Hall of Fame front. ...

  • Bill Fralic (1981-84)
  • Dan Marino (1979-82)
  • Jimbo Covert (1979-82)
  • Mark May (1977-80)
  • Hugh Green (1977-80)
  • Tony Dorsett (1973-76)
  • Johnny Majors (1973-76,93-96)
  • Mike Ditka (1958-60)
  • Eddie Thulln(1958-60)
  • Joe Schmidt (1950-52)
  • Len Casanova (1950)
  • Wes Fesler (1946)
  • Marshall Goldberg (1936-38)
  • Averell Daniell (1934-36)
  • Joe Skladany (1931-33)
  • Joseph Donchess (1927-29)
  • Pop Warner (1915-23)
  • Herb Stein (1918-21)
  • Tom Davies (1918-21)
  • Jock Sutherland (1914-17,24-38)
  • Herb McCracken (1918-20)
  • George McLaren (1915-18)
  • Robert Peck (1913-16)
  • Hube Wagner (1910-13)
  • Joe Thompson (1904-06,08-12)

Pitt has produced 85 1st team All-Americans (49 consensus All-Americans). Only 6 other schools have produced more consensus All-Americans than the University of Pittsburgh.[9] Bill Fralic (born October 31, 1962), in Pittsburgh, PA was an offensive guard in the NFL. He played for the University of Pittsburgh Panthers in College, and the Atlanta Falcons for most of his career in the NFL, but also wrestled at WrestleMania 2. ... James Paul Jimbo Covert (born March 22, 1960 in Conway, Pennsylvania) was an All-Pro offensive tackle in the National Football League for the Chicago Bears. ... Information in this article has not been verified against sources and may not be reliable. ... Hugh Carleton Greene was Director-General of the BBC from 1960 to 1969, and is generally credited with modernising an organisation that had fallen behind in the wake of the launch of ITV in 1955. ... Johnny Majors was a longtime College Football Head Coach and alumnus of the University of Tennessee. ... Wesley Eugene Wes Fesler (June 29, 1908 - July 30, 1989) was a three-sport athlete at the Ohio State University, including three consecutive years as a consensus first-team All-America selection in American football. ... Marshall Goldberg (October 25, 1917 – April 3, 2006) was an American football running back with the Chicago Cardinals in the National Football League. ... The term Pop Warner can refer to: Pop Warner Little Scholars, the non-profit organization that offers youth American football and cheerleading & dance programs. ... Dr. John B. Jock Sutherland Born on March 11, 1889, at Coupar Angus, Scotland. ...


Season-by-season

  • Draftees are listed for their final season of play (a year before they are drafted)
  • The use of yellow color indicates a team that either had a non-losing record or was ranked at some point during the season.
  • Rank listed is the highest rank attained during that particular season. It does not reflect the final ranking for the season. For example, the 1984 team started off the season highly ranked, but then proceeded to finish 3-7-1.
Year Wins Losses Ties Coach Rank Bowls Championships NFL Draftees All-Americans
Totals 642 466 42 #20 24 9 (4 Unanimous) 242 86
2007 2 3 0 Dave Wannstedt
2006 6 6 0 Dave Wannstedt 3 1
2005 5 6 0 Dave Wannstedt #21 2 0
2004 8 4 0 Walt Harris #19 Fiesta Bowl BIG EAST CHAMPIONS 1 1
2003 8 5 0 Walt Harris #9 Continental Tire Bowl 6 2
2002 9 4 0 Walt Harris #17 Insight Bowl 3 1
2001 7 5 0 Walt Harris NR Tangerine Bowl 3 0
2000 7 5 0 Walt Harris NR Insight Bowl 1 1
1999 5 6 0 Walt Harris 1 0
1998 2 9 0 Walt Harris 0 0
1997 6 6 0 Walt Harris NR Liberty Bowl 0 0
1996 4 7 0 Johnny Majors 0 0
1995 2 9 0 Johnny Majors 3 0
1994 3 8 0 Johnny Majors 3 1
1993 3 8 0 Johnny Majors 0 0
1992 3 9 0 Paul Hackett
& Sal Sunseri
1 0
1991 6 5 0 Paul Hackett #12 6 0
1990 3 7 1 Paul Hackett #13 4 1
1989 8 3 1 Mike Gottfried
& Paul Hackett
#7 Sun Bowl 7 1
1988 6 5 0 Mike Gottfried #16 6 2
1987 8 4 0 Mike Gottfried #16 Bluebonnet Bowl 7 2
1986 6 4 1 Mike Gottfried 4 2
1985 5 5 1 Foge Fazio 2 0
1984 3 7 1 Foge Fazio #3 5 1
1983 8 3 1 Foge Fazio #15 Fiesta Bowl 6 1
1982 9 3 0 Foge Fazio #1 Cotton Bowl 9 3
1981 11 1 0 Jackie Sherrill Sugar Bowl 3 4
1980 11 1 0 Jackie Sherrill Gator Bowl 12 2
1979 11 1 0 Jackie Sherrill #7 Fiesta Bowl 1 1
1978 8 4 0 Jackie Sherrill #9 Tangerine Bowl 5 2
1977 9 2 1 Jackie Sherrill #7 Gator Bowl 8 4
1976 12 0 0 Johnny Majors #1 Sugar Bowl NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 5 2
1975 8 4 0 Johnny Majors #15 Sun Bowl 2 1
1974 7 4 0 Johnny Majors #8 2 2
1973 6 5 1 Johnny Majors #20 Fiesta Bowl 3 1
1972 1 10 0 Carl DePasqua 2 0
1971 3 8 0 Carl DePasqua 5 0
1970 5 5 0 Carl DePasqua #15 6 0
1969 4 6 0 Carl DePasqua 2 0
1968 1 9 0 Dave Hart 1 0
1967 1 9 0 Dave Hart 2 0
1966 1 9 0 Dave Hart 0 0
1965 3 7 0 John Michelosen 5 0
1964 3 5 2 John Michelosen 2 0
1963 9 1 0 John Michelosen #3 5 2
1962 5 5 0 John Michelosen 7 0
1961 3 7 0 John Michelosen 5 0
1960 4 3 3 John Michelosen #7 8 1
1959 6 4 0 John Michelosen #16 0 0
1958 5 4 1 John Michelosen #7 4 1
1957 4 6 0 John Michelosen #8 4 1
1956 7 3 1 John Michelosen #7 Gator Bowl 8 0
1955 7 4 0 John Michelosen #7 Sugar Bowl 6 1
1954 4 5 0 Red Dawson
& Lt. Tom Hamilton
#20 6 0
1953 3 5 1 Red Dawson #15 4 0
1952 6 3 0 Red Dawson #14 2 2
1951 3 7 0 Lt. Tom Hamilton 2 0
1950 1 8 0 Len Casanova 2 0
1949 6 3 0 Mike Milligan #15 5 1
1948 6 3 0 Mike Milligan 1 0
1947 1 8 0 Mike Milligan 2 0
1946 3 5 1 Wes Fesler 1 0
1945 3 7 0 Clark Shaughnessy 2 0
1944 4 5 0 Clark Shaughnessy 4 0
1943 3 5 0 Clark Shaughnessy 0 0
1942 3 6 0 Chuck Bowser 4 0
1941 3 6 0 Chuck Bowser 2 1
1940 3 4 1 Chuck Bowser 1 0
1939 5 4 0 Chuck Bowser #1 2 0
1938 8 2 0 Jock Sutherland #1 7 2
1937 9 0 1 Jock Sutherland #3 4 4
1936 8 1 1 Jock Sutherland #2 Rose Bowl 2 2
1935 7 1 2 Jock Sutherland 1
1934 8 1 0 Jock Sutherland 3
1933 8 1 0 Jock Sutherland 1
1932 8 1 2 Jock Sutherland Rose Bowl 2
1931 8 1 0 Jock Sutherland 1
1930 6 2 1 Jock Sutherland 0
1929 9 1 0 Jock Sutherland Rose Bowl 4
1928 6 2 1 Jock Sutherland 1
1927 8 1 1 Jock Sutherland Rose Bowl 2
1926 5 2 2 Jock Sutherland 0
1925 8 1 0 Jock Sutherland 1
1924 5 3 1 Jock Sutherland 0
1923 5 4 0 Pop Warner 0
1922 8 2 0 Pop Warner 0
1921 5 3 1 Pop Warner 1
1920 6 0 2 Pop Warner 2
1919 6 2 1 Pop Warner 0
1918 4 0 0 Pop Warner 3
1917 9 0 0 Pop Warner 4
1916 8 0 0 Pop Warner 4
1915 8 0 0 Pop Warner 1
1914 8 1 0 Joe Duff 1
1913 6 2 1 Joe Duff
1912 3 6 0 Joe Thompson
1911 4 3 1 Joe Thompson
1910 9 0 0 Joe Thompson
1909 6 2 1 Joe Thompson
1908 8 3 0 Joe Thompson
1907 9 1 0 James Moorhead
1906 4 6 0 Edgar Wingard
1905 10 2 0 Art Mosse
1904 10 0 0 Art Mosse
1903 0 8 1 Art Mosse
1902 5 6 1 Fred Crolius
1901 7 2 1 Will Hockensmith
1900 5 4 0 Dr. Roy Jackson
1899 3 1 1 Dr. Fred Robinson
1898 5 2 1 Dr. Fred Robinson
1897 1 3 0 Tom Trenchard
1896 3 6 0 George Hoskins
1895 1 6 0 J.P. Linn
1894 1 1 0 No Coach
1893 1 4 0 Anson Harrold
1892 4 2 0 No Coach
1891 2 5 0 No Coach
1890 1 2 0 No Coach
1889 0 1 0 No Coach

 
 

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