The 1905 Vanderbilt Commodores football team represented Vanderbilt University during the 1904 college football season. The team's head coach was Dan McGugin, who served his 2nd season in that capacity. Members of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association, the Commodores played six home games in Nashville, Tennessee and finished the season with a record 7–1 and 6–0 in SIAA. The 1905 Vanderbilt team was coming off the best season in school history and to this day is the best year at 9–0. Vanderbilt played 7 home games and won all the only loss was a road to Coach McGugin's old school Michigan 0-18. Vandy won six of seven by a shutout only two teams scored on them all year. Vanderbilt outscored there opponents 372–22 from 1903 to 1905 Vandy won 13 consecutive games and was 22 –2–1 and a 17 game home win streak over the three years. The home win streak would reach 26 until Michigan stopped them on November 2, 1907.