1920 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team
The 1920 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team represented the University of Notre Dame during the 1920 college football season, led by third-year head coach Knute Rockne. The team won all nine games and was selected retroactively as national champion by the Billingsley Report and as a co-national champion by Parke H. Davis.
|1920 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football|
|Head coach||Knute Rockne (3rd season)|
|Home stadium||Cartier Field|
|1920 NCAA independents football records|
|October 2||Kalamazoo||W 39–0||5,000|
|October 9||Western State||W 42–0||3,500|
|October 16||at Nebraska||W 16–7||9,000|
|October 23||Valparaiso||W 28–3||8,000|
|October 30||at Army||W 27–17||10,000|
|November 6||Purdue||W 28–0||12,000|
|November 13||vs. Indiana||Indianapolis, IN||W 13–10||14,000|
|November 20||at Northwestern||W 33–7||20,000|
|November 25||at Michigan Agricultural||W 25–0||8,000|||
- National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) (2015). "National Poll Rankings" (PDF). NCAA Division I Football Records. NCAA. p. 108. Retrieved January 8, 2016.
- "Gipp will be buried Thursday". Milwaukee Sentinel. December 15, 1920. p. 10.
- "Notre Dame Triumphs Over Aggies in Stubborn Fight". The Lansing State Journal. November 26, 1920. p. 28 – via Newspapers.com.
- "1920 Notre Dame Fighting Irish". College Football at Sports-Reference.com.
- "Notre Dame Football :: UND.COM :: The Official Site of Notre Dame Athletics". und.com.
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