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1894 Virginia Cavaliers football
ConferenceIndependent
1894 record8–2
Head coachJohnny Poe (2nd season)
CaptainJohn Penton
Home stadiumMadison Hall Field
Seasons
← 1893
1895 →
1894 college football independents records
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Yale         16 0 0
Penn         12 0 0
Western Reserve         7 0 0
USC         1 0 0
Michigan         9 1 1
Vanderbilt         7 1 0
Harvard         11 2 0
Georgia         5 1 0
Princeton         8 2 0
Virginia         8 2 0
Chicago         14 7 1
Brown         10 5 0
Notre Dame         3 1 1
Alabama         3 1 0
Minnesota         3 1 0
Wisconsin         5 2 0
Beloit         6 3 0
North Carolina         6 3 0
Stanford         6 3 0
LSU         2 1 0
Oregon Agricultural         2 1 0
Cornell         6 4 1
Army         3 2 0
Amherst         7 5 0
Illinois         4 3 0
Trinity (CT)         4 3 0
Tufts         6 5 0
Washington Agricultural         1 1 0
Texas A&M         1 1 0
Washington         1 1 1
Georgetown         4 5 0
California         0 1 2
Oregon         1 2 1
Utah         1 2 0
Lake Forest         3 4 0
Sewanee         3 4 0
Lafayette         5 6 0
Lehigh         5 9 0
Auburn         1 3 0
Williams         1 3 0
MIT         1 4 0
Northwestern         1 5 0
Georgia Tech         0 3 0
Wesleyan         0 5 0

The 1894 Virginia Cavaliers football team represented the University of Virginia in the 1894 college football season. Led by second year coach Johnny Poe, the team went 8–2 and claims a Southern championship.[1]

ScheduleEdit

DateOpponentSiteResult
October 2Richmond
W 48–0
October 6Baltimore City College
  • Madison Hall Field
  • Charlottesville, VA
W 36–0
October 15vs. PrincetonBaltimore, MDL 0–12
October 18at RichmondRichmond, VAW 28–0
October 20Johns Hopkins
  • Madison Hall Field
  • Charlottesville, VA
W 76–0
October 26vs. PennWashington, DCL 6–14
November 3Rutgers
  • Madison Hall Field
  • Charlottesville, VA
W 20–4
November 13Fort Monroe
  • Madison Hall Field
  • Charlottesville, VA
W 102–0
November 20West Philadelphia Athletic Club
  • Madison Hall Field
  • Charlottesville, VA
W 64–0
November 29vs. North CarolinaRichmond, VA (South's Oldest Rivalry)W 34–0
[2][3]

ReferencesEdit

Template:Independent southern football champions

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