1907 Michigan Agricultural Aggies football team

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1907 Michigan Agricultural Aggies football
Conference Independent
1907 record 4–2–1
Head coach Chester Brewer (5th season)
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The 1907 Michigan Agricultural Aggies football team represented Michigan Agricultural College (MAC) in the 1907 college football season. In their fourth year under head coach Chester Brewer, the Aggies compiled a 4–2–1 record and outscored their opponents 127 to 60.[1]


October 3DetroitW 17–0
October 5Michigan School for the Deaf
  • College Field
  • East Lansing, MI
W 40–0
October 12at Michigan (rivalry)L 0–46
October 26Wabash
  • College Field
  • East Lansing, MI
W 15–6
November 16Olivet
  • College Field
  • East Lansing, MI
W 55–4
November 23at AlmaAlma, MIT 0–0
November 28at Detroit Athletic ClubDetroitL 0–4

Game summaries[edit]


Michigan Agricultural at Michigan
1 2Total
Michigan Agricultural 0 0 0
Michigan 24 22 46

On October 12, 1907, the Aggies lost to Michigan by a 46 to 0 score at Ferry Field. It was the third game in the Michigan - Michigan State football rivalry. Michigan had won the two prior meetings by a combined score of 158 to 0.[2][3] In 40 minutes of play, Michigan scored eight touchdowns and did not allow a single first down to be made by the Aggies. Team captain Paul Magoffin made his first appearance of the season and scored five touchdowns. The game was played in 20-minute halves.[4][5]


  1. ^ "2016 Football Media Guide" (PDF). Michigan State University. pp. 146, 150. Retrieved June 14, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Michigan vs Michigan State". College Football Data Warehouse. Archived from the original on 2014-11-11. 
  3. ^ "U. Of M. Keeps Goal Clear: Yost's Boys Roll Up Score of 46 Points on M.A.C. Eleven; Farmers Are Never Even Dangerous". Detroit Free Press. October 13, 1907. p. 17. 
  4. ^ "Michigan, 46; M. A. C., 0". The Michigan Alumnus. November 1907. p. 72. 
  5. ^ "Michigan Has Easy Victory: Defeats Football Team from Agricultural College by Scope of Forty-six to Nothing at Ann Arbor". Chicago Daily Tribune. October 13, 1907. p. C1.