1895 Indiana Hoosiers football
1895 record4–3–1
Head coachRobert Wrenn, Dana Osgood
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The 1895 Indiana Hoosiers football team was an American football team that represented Indiana University Bloomington during the 1895 college football season. Prior to 1895, Indiana had fielded a football team in seven seasons and had yet to win an intercollegiate football games. For the 1895 season, Indiana hired former Harvard quarterback and national tennis champion Robert Wrenn to coach its football team. Under Wrenn's leadership, the Indiana football team compiled a 4–3–1 record, including the university's first intercollegiate football victories over Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (8-4) and Wabash (12–10).[1][2]


1895Louisville Athletic Club (KY)*W 36–0-
1895Noblesville Athletic Club (IN)*W 30–0-
October 24Indianapolis Light Artillery (IN)*
L 8–16-
November 4at DePauw*Greencastle, INL 0–14-
November 11DePauw*
  • Jordan Field
  • Bloomington, IN
T 12–12-
1895[[{{{school}}}|Rose Polytechnic]]*W 8–4-
November 16at Butler*Indianapolis, INL 2–34-
1895Wabash*W 12–10-
  • *Non-conference game


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