1910 Minnesota Golden Gophers football team

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1910 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
Western Conference champion
Conference Western Conference
1910 record 6–1 (2–0 Western)
Head coach Henry L. Williams (11th year)
Home stadium Northrop Field
Seasons
← 1909
1911 →
1910 Western Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Illinois + 4 0 0     7 0 0
Minnesota + 2 0 0     6 1 0
Indiana 3 1 0     5 1 0
Iowa 1 1 0     5 2 0
Chicago 2 4 0     2 5 0
Wisconsin 1 2 1     1 2 2
Northwestern 1 2 1     1 3 1
Purdue 0 4 0     1 5 0
  • + – Conference co-champions

The 1910 Minnesota Golden Gophers football team represented the University of Minnesota in the 1910 college football season. In their 11th year under head coach Henry L. Williams, the Golden Gophers compiled a 6–1 record (2–0 against Western Conference opponents), won the conference championship, shut out their first six opponents, and outscored all opponents by a combined total of 179 to 6. The team lost only one game, falling to Michigan, 6–0, in the final game of the season.[1]

Tackle James Walker was named an All-American by Walter Camp].[2] Fullback Lisle Johnston, quarterback John McGovern, halfback Reuben Rosenwald and tackle James Walker were named All-Big Ten first team.[3]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result
09/24/1910 Lawrence* Northrop FieldMinneapolis, MN W 34-0  
10/01/1910 South Dakota* Northrop Field • Minneapolis, MN W 17-0  
10/08/1910 Iowa State* Northrop Field • Minneapolis, MN W 49-0  
10/15/1910 Nebraska* Northrop Field • Minneapolis, MN W 27-0  
10/29/1910 at Chicago Marshall FieldChicago, IL W 24-0  
11/12/1910 Wisconsin Northrop Field • Minneapolis, MN W 28-0  
11/19/1910 at Michigan* Ferry FieldAnn Arbor, MI L 0-6  
*Non-conference game.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Minnesota Yearly Results (1910-1914)". College Football Data Warehouse. David DeLassus. Retrieved July 16, 2015. 
  2. ^ Keiser, Jeff (2007). "2007 Media Guide" (PDF). p. 179. 
  3. ^ Keiser, Jeff (2007). "2007 Media Guide" (PDF). p. 180.