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1925 Indiana Hoosiers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1925 record3–4–1 (0–3–1 Big Ten)
Head coachBill Ingram (3rd season)
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
(Capacity: 20,000)
Seasons
← 1924
1926 →
1925 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Michigan 5 1 0     7 1 0
Northwestern 3 1 0     5 3 0
Wisconsin 3 1 1     6 1 1
Chicago 2 2 1     3 4 1
Illinois 2 2 0     5 3 0
Iowa 2 2 0     5 3 0
Minnesota 1 1 1     5 2 1
Ohio State 1 3 1     4 3 1
Indiana 0 3 1     3 4 1
Purdue 0 3 1     3 4 1
† – Conference champion

The 1925 Indiana Hoosiers football team represented the Indiana Hoosiers in the 1925 Big Ten Conference football season. The Hoosiers played their home games at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Indiana. The team was coached by Bill Ingram, in his third and final year as head coach.[1]

The first game in the new Memorial Stadium was an October 3, 1925, victory over Indiana State.[2] The dedication game occurred later in the season against Purdue.[3]

ScheduleEdit

DateOpponentSiteResultAttendanceSource
October 3Indiana State*W 31–0[2]
October 10at MichiganL 0–6336,000[4]
October 17Syracuse*
  • Memorial Stadium
  • Bloomington, IN
L 0–148,000[5]
October 24Miami (OH)*
  • Memorial Stadium
  • Bloomington, IN
W 25–7[6]
October 31at NorthwesternL 14–17[7]
November 7at Ohio StateL 0–730,500[8]
November 14[[{{{school}}}|Rose Polytechnic]]*
  • Memorial Stadium
  • Bloomington, IN
W 32–7[9]
November 21Purduedagger
T 0–015,000[3]
  • *Non-conference game
  • daggerHomecoming

ReferencesEdit

  1. "1925 Indiana Hoosiers Schedule and Results". SR/College Football. Sports Reference LLC. https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/indiana/1925-schedule.html. Retrieved March 22, 2019.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "I.U.'s Goal Line Never In Peril". The Muncie Star: p. II-1. October 4, 1925. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/29814307/ius_goal_line_never_in_peril/.
  3. 3.0 3.1 W. Blaine Patton (November 22, 1925). "Indiana and Purdue Battle Ends In Scoreless Tie: Dedicatory Game Bitterly Fought By Rival Elevens". The Indianapolis Star: p. III-1. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/29813610/indiana_and_purdue_battle_ends_in/.
  4. Stanley L. Brink (October 11, 1925). "Michigan Crushes Indiana, 63 to 0". Detroit Free Press: p. 19. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/29814501/michigan_crushes_indiana_63_to_0/.
  5. "Crimson Loses To Orange In Second Quarter Offensive". The Indianapolis Star: p. 41. October 18, 1925. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/29814054/crimson_loses_to_orange_in_second/.
  6. "Miami Powerless Against Bolstered Wall of Crimson". The Indianapolis Star: p. III-1. October 25, 1925. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/29813958/miami_powerless_against_bolstered_wall/.
  7. "Purple Defeat Indiana 17-14 by Drop Kick". Chicago Tribune: p. II-1. November 1, 1925. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/29801232/purple_defeat_indiana_1714_by_drop_kick/.
  8. "Indiana 0, Ohio 7: Indiana Fails To Nick Ohio's Line This Time". The Muncie Sunday Star: p. II-1. November 8, 1925. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/29813093/indiana_0_ohio_7_indiana_fails_to/.
  9. "Indiana Employs Straight Football to Defeat Rose". The Indianapolis Star: p. 25. November 15, 1925. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/29813785/indiana_employs_straight_football_to/.
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