|1903 Purdue Boilermakers football|
|1903 record||4–2 (0–2 Western)|
|Head coach||Oliver Cutts (1st season)|
|Captain||I. S. Osborn|
Template:1903 Western Conference football standings The 1903 Purdue Boilermakers football team was an American football team that represented Purdue University during the 1903 college football season. In their first season under head coach Oliver Cutts, the Boilermakers compiled a 4–2 record before 14 players were killed in a train accident on the way to a game in Indianapolis. Purdue officials cancelled the game and the remainder of Purdue's schedule, leading the Boilermakers to finish in last place in the Western Conference with an 0–2 record against conference opponents, outscoring their opponents by a combined total of 87 to 48. I. S. Osborn was the team captain.
|September 26||Chicago Englewood High School*||W 34-0|
|October 1||Wabash*||Wabash, IN||W 18-0|
|October 3||Beloit*||W 17-0|
|October 10||at Chicago||L 0-22|
|October 17||at Illinois||L 0–24|
|October 24||Oberlin*||W 18-2|
|October 31||vs. Indiana|
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