1907 Miami Redskins football team

The 1907 Miami Redskins football team was an American football team that represented Miami University during the 1907 college football season.[1][2] Led by coach Amos Foster in his first year, Miami compiled a 6–1 record, shutting out four opponents and outscoring them 120 to 37.

1907 Miami Redskins football
ConferenceIndependent
Record6–1
Head coach
CaptainBooth
Home stadiumMiami Field
Seasons
← 1906
1908 →
1907 Midwestern college football independents records
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T W   L   T
Marquette     6 0 0
North Dakota Agricultural     3 0 0
Notre Dame     6 0 1
Miami (OH)     6 1 0
Michigan     5 1 0
Mount Union     9 2 0
Fairmount     8 2 0
Iowa State     6 2 0
Lake Forest     4 1 1
St. Vincent's (IL)     5 2 0
Wabash     5 2 0
Saint Louis     7 3 0
Michigan Agricultural     4 2 1
Western State Normal     4 2 1
Kansas State     5 3 0
Michigan State Normal     3 2 0
Wittenberg     5 4 0
Central Michigan     3 3 0
Drake     3 4 1
Ohio     3 4 1
Franklin     3 5 1
Heidelberg     2 4 1
Butler     1 3 2
Carthage     2 5 0
Haskell     2 6 1
Chicago P&S     1 3 0
Detroit College     1 3 0
Northern Illinois State     1 4 1
Doane     1 5 0
St. Mary's (OH)     0 4 0
Baldwin–Wallace     0 6 0

ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentSiteResultSource
October 5AntiochW 38–0[a]
October 12at EarlhamRichmond, INW 0–11
October 19at DePauwGreencastle, INL 6–17
October 263:00 p.m.vs. Centre
W 10–0[3][4]
November 9Otterbein
  • Miami Field
  • Oxford, OH
W 32–0
November 16at MariettaMarietta, OHW 12–10[5]
November 28at Cincinnati Gym ACCincinnati, OHW 6–0

RosterEdit

1907 Miami Redskins roster

Quarterbacks 

  • Ahiter

Halfbacks

  • Custenborder
  • McCoy
Fullbacks 
  • Ruppert

Ends

  • Morris
  • Radcliff
Guards 
  • Brower
  • Jehbson

Tackles

  • Rymer
  • Brown

Centers

  • Booth (Captain)

Head Coach 


Rookies in italics


 

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2019 Football Media Guide" (PDF). Miami University. 2019. p. 21.
  2. ^ "Miami Game by Game Results". CFBDataWarehouse.com. Archived from the original on 2014-07-24.
  3. ^ "Great College Game To-Morrow". The Courier-Journal. October 25, 1907 – via Newspapers.com.  
  4. ^ "Heavy Elevens Ready To Play". The Courier-Journal. October 26, 1907 – via Newspapers.com.  
  5. ^ a b "Marietta Meets Surprise". Pittsburgh Daily Post. November 17, 1907 – via Newspapers.com.