American Football Database
1900 Carlisle Indians football
1900 record6–4–1
Head coachPop Warner (2nd season)
CaptainEddie Rogers
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The 1900 Carlisle Indians football team represented the Carlisle Indians football team of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School during the 1900 college football season. The Indians were coached by Pop Warner in his second year as head coach. The team compiled a record of 6–4–1 and outscored opponents 207 to 92.

Carlisle defeated Southern champion Virginia. In that game Virginia's Bradley Walker once grabbed Hawley Pierce, Carlisle's biggest player, and carried him ten yards with him dangling over his shoulder.[1][2]


September 22Lebanon Valley
W 34–0
September 26vs. DickinsonCarlisle, PAW 21–0
September 29[[{{{school}}}|Susquehanna]]
  • Indian Field
  • Carlisle, PA
W 46–0
October 6Gettysburg
  • Indian Field
  • Carlisle, PA
W 45–0
October 13vs. VirginiaWashington, DCW 17–2
October 27at HarvardCambridge, MAL 5–17
November 10at Yale
L 0–35
November 17at PennL 6–16
November 21Washington & Jefferson
  • Indian Field
  • Carlisle, PA
T 5–5
November 29at ColumbiaNew York, NYL 6–17
December 8at UtahW 22–0