1920 Army Cadets football team

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1920 Army Cadets football
Conference Independent
1920 record 7–2
Head coach Charles Dudley Daly (2nd year of 2nd stint; 6th overall season)
Home stadium The Plain
Seasons
← 1919
1921 →
1920 NCAA independents football records
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Notre Dame         9 0 0
USC         6 0 0
Penn State         7 0 2
Army         7 2 0
Dartmouth         7 2 0
Navy         6 2 0
Idaho         4 2 0
Montana         4 3 0

The 1920 Army Cadets football team represented the United States Military Academy in the 1920 college football season. In their sixth season under head coach Charles Dudley Daly, the Cadets compiled a 7–2 record, shut out five of their nine opponents, and outscored all opponents by a combined total of 314 to 47.[1] In the annual Army–Navy Game, the Cadets lost to the Midshipmen 7–0. The Cadets also defeated Lebanon Valley College 53–0 and Bowdoin College 90–0.[2]

Two players were recognized on the All-America team. Fullback Walter French was selected as a first-team All-American by Football World magazine and as a second-team All-American by Walter Camp and the United Press. Guard Fritz Breidster was selected as a second-team All-American by Walter Eckersall and a third-team player by Walter Camp.[3][4][5]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result Attendance
October 2 Union (NY) The PlainWest Point, NY W 35–0    
October 2 Marshall The Plain • West Point, NY W 38–0    
October 9 Middlebury The Plain • West Point, NY W 27–0    
October 16 Springfield (MA) The Plain • West Point, NY W 26–7    
October 23 Tufts The Plain • West Point, NY W 28–6    
October 30 Notre Dame The Plain • West Point, NY (Rivalry) L 17–27   10,000
November 6 Lebanon Valley The Plain • West Point, NY W 53–0    
November 13 Bowdoin The Plain • West Point, NY W 90–0    
November 27 vs. Navy Polo GroundsNew York, NY (Rivalry) L 0–7    

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Army Yearly Results (1920-1924)". College Football Data Warehouse. David DeLassus. Retrieved July 29, 2015. 
  2. ^ "1920 Army Black Knights Schedule and Results". SR/College Football. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved July 29, 2015. 
  3. ^ "Camp Names Gridiron Stars". Post-Standard. Syracuse, NY. December 15, 1920. 
  4. ^ "Weston on Second All-American Team". Janesville Daily Gazette. December 13, 1920. 
  5. ^ ESPN College Football Encyclopedia, p. 1154