1904 Delaware football team

The 1904 Delaware football team represented Delaware College—now known as the University of Delaware–as an independent during the 1904 college football season. Led by second-year head coach Nathan Mannakee, Delaware compiled a record of 1–5–1.

1904 Delaware football
ConferenceIndependent
Record1–5–1
Head coach
CaptainPaul Pie
Seasons
← 1903
1905 →
1904 Southern college football independents records
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T W   L   T
Georgetown     7 1 0
Southwest Texas State     5 1 0
Southwestern Louisiana Industrial     2 0 1
Davidson     6 1 1
Navy     7 2 1
North Carolina     5 2 2
Virginia     6 3 0
North Carolina A&M     3 1 2
West Virginia     6 3 0
VPI     5 3 0
George Washington     4 2 2
Arkansas     4 3 0
Oklahoma     4 3 1
South Carolina     4 3 1
Stetson     2 2 0
Central Oklahoma     2 3 0
VMI     3 5 0
Kentucky University     3 4 0
Grant     2 3 0
Florida State College     2 3 0
Maryland     2 4 2
East Florida Seminary     1 2 0
Goldey College     1 2 0
Tennessee Docs     2 4 0
Baylor     2 5 1
Louisiana Industrial     1 3 0
TCU     1 4 1
Delaware     1 5 1
Rollins     0 1 0
Tusculum     0 2 0
Florida at Lake City     0 5 0
Oklahoma A&M     0 6 0

ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentSiteResultSource
October 8at Pennsylvania MilitaryChester, PAL 0–4
October 15at Swarthmore
L 0–41
October 22at FordhamL 0–12[1]
October 29at Seton HallSouth Orange, NJL 0–26
November 5at RutgersNew Brunswick, NJT 6–6
November 11at HaverfordHaverford, PAL 0–17[2]
November 242:30 p.m.MarylandNewark, DEW 18–0[3][4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Broken Rib and Broken Collarbone in the Game". The Sun. October 23, 1904 – via Newspapers.com.
  2. ^ "Haverford Defeats Delaware College". The Philadelphia Inquirer. November 12, 1904. p. 10 – via Newspapers.com.
  3. ^ "Foot Ball To-Day". The Morning News. Wilmington, Delaware. November 24, 1904. p. 7. Retrieved October 18, 2021 – via Newspapers.com  .
  4. ^ "Delaware Wins From Maryland". The Morning News. Wilmington, Delaware. November 25, 1904. p. 7. Retrieved October 18, 2021 – via Newspapers.com  .