1910 Baylor football
1910 record6–1–1
Head coachRalph Glaze (1st season)
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The 1910 Baylor football team was an American football team that represented Baylor University as an independent during the 1910 college football season. In its first season under head coach Ralph Glaze, the team compiled a 6–1–1 record and outscored opponents by a total of 217 to 17.[1]

The sole loss was because Baylor left at halftime, with the score tied 6–6 against Texas, due to a dispute with the referee.[citation needed]


October 1 at [[{{{school}}}|Daniel Baker]] Brownwood, TX T 0–0
October 8 Austin Waco, TX W 31–0
October 18 Haskell Waco, TX W 52–3
October 24 TCU Waco, TX W 52–0
October 29 [[{{{school}}}|Polytechnic College]] Waco, TX W 39–0
November 8 Texas Waco, TX L 0–1
November 18 at TCU Fort Worth, TX W 10–3
November 24 Southwestern (TX) Waco, TX W 27–5


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