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#redirect [[List of Notre Dame Fighting Irish football seasons]]
|Year=1932
 
|Team=Notre Dame Fighting Irish
 
|Image=
 
|ImageSize=150
 
|Conference=Independent
 
|Record=7–2
 
|HeadCoach=[[Hunk Anderson]]
 
|HCYear=2nd
 
|OScheme=
 
|DScheme=
 
|Captain= Paul Host
 
|StadiumArena=[[Notre Dame Stadium]]
 
|Champion=
 
}}
 
{{1932 college football independents records}}
 
The '''1932 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team''' was an [[American football]] team that represented the [[University of Notre Dame]] as an independent during the [[1932 college football season]]. In its second season under head coach [[Hunk Anderson]], the team compiled a 7–2 record and outscored opponents by a total of 255 to 31.<ref>{{cite web|title=1932 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Schedule and Results|publisher=Sports Reference LLC|work=SR/College Football|accessdate=June 25, 2019|url=https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/notre-dame/1932-schedule.html}}</ref> Paul Host was the team captain. The team played its home games at [[Notre Dame Stadium]] in [[South Bend, Indiana]].
 
 
==Schedule==
 
{{CFB schedule
 
 
|{{CFB schedule entry
 
| date = October 8
 
| w/l = w
 
| opponent = [[1932 Haskell Indians football team|Haskell]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Notre Dame Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[South Bend, Indiana|South Bend, IN]]
 
| score = 73–0
 
| attend = 8,369
 
| source = <ref>{{cite news|title=N.D. Wins First Game, 73 to 0: Haskell Fails To Halt Race Over Goal Line|newspaper=The South Bend Tribune|author=Jack Ledden|date=October 9, 1932|pages=1, 13|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/31810963/nd_wins_first_game_73_to_0_haskell/|via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref>
 
}}
 
|{{CFB schedule entry
 
| date = October 15
 
| w/l = w
 
| opponent = [[1932 Drake Bulldogs football team|Drake]]
 
| site_stadium = Notre Dame Stadium
 
| site_cityst = South Bend, IN
 
| score = 62–0
 
| attend = 6,663
 
| source = <ref>{{cite news|title=Notre Dame Crushes Drake, 62-0|newspaper=The South Bend Tribune|author=Jack Ledden|date=October 16, 1932|page=1|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33087025/notre_dame_crushes_drake_620/|via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref>
 
}}
 
|{{CFB schedule entry
 
| date = October 22
 
| w/l = w
 
| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1932|team=Carnegie Tech Tartans|title=Carnegie Tech}}
 
| site_stadium = Notre Dame Stadium
 
| site_cityst = South Bend, IN
 
| score = 42–0
 
| attend = 30,000
 
| source = <ref>{{cite news|title=Notre Dame Crushes Carnegie, 42-0|newspaper=The South Bend Tribune|author=Jack Ledden|date=October 23, 1932|page=1|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33253557/notre_dame_crushes_carnegie_420/|via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref>
 
}}
 
|{{CFB schedule entry
 
| date = October 29
 
| w/l = l
 
| away = y
 
| opponent = [[1932 Pittsburgh Panthers football team|Pittsburgh]]
 
| gamename = [[Notre Dame–Pittsburgh football rivalry|rivalry]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Pitt Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Pittsburgh|Pittsburgh, PA]]
 
| score = 0–12
 
| attend = 60,000
 
| source = <ref>{{cite news|title=Pitt Eleven Upsets Notre Dame, 12 To 0|newspaper=The Pittsburgh Press|author=Chester L. Smith|date=October 30, 1932|page=1|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33251253/pitt_eleven_upsets_notre_dame_12_to_0/|via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref>
 
}}
 
|{{CFB schedule entry
 
| date = November 5
 
| w/l = w
 
| away = y
 
| opponent = [[1932 Kansas Jayhawks football team|Kansas]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Memorial Stadium (University of Kansas)|Memorial Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Lawrence, Kansas|Lawrence, KS]]
 
| score = 24–6
 
| attend = 17,818
 
| source = <ref>{{cite news|title=Kansas Routed By Notre Dame, 24-6|newspaper=The South Bend Tribune|author=Charles A. Grumich|date=November 6, 1932|page=1|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33253670/kansas_routed_by_notre_dame_246/|via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref>
 
}}
 
|{{CFB schedule entry
 
| date = November 12
 
| w/l = w
 
| opponent = [[1932 Northwestern Wildcats football team|Northwestern]]
 
| gamename = [[Northwestern–Notre Dame football rivalry|rivalry]]
 
| site_stadium = Notre Dame Stadium
 
| site_cityst = South Bend, IN
 
| score = 21–0
 
| attend = 42,000
 
| source = <ref>{{cite news|title=Notre Dame Crushes Northwestern, 21-0|newspaper=Chicago Tribune|author=Harvey Woodruff|date=November 13, 1932|page=II-1|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/20970596/notre_dame_crushes_northwestern_210/|via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref>
 
}}
 
|{{CFB schedule entry
 
| date = November 19
 
| w/l = w
 
| neutral = y
 
| opponent = [[1932 Navy Midshipmen football team|Navy]]
 
| gamename = [[Navy–Notre Dame football rivalry|rivalry]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Municipal Stadium (Cleveland)|Municipal Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Cleveland|Cleveland OH]]
 
| score = 12–0
 
| attend = 61,122
 
| source = <ref>{{cite news|title=Notre Dame Sinks Navy Crew, 12-0|newspaper=The South Bend Tribune|author=James L. Renick|date=November 20, 1932|page=1|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33253785/notre_dame_sinks_navy_crew_120/|via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref>
 
}}
 
|{{CFB schedule entry
 
| date = November 26
 
| w/l = w
 
| neutral = y
 
| opponent = [[1932 Army Cadets football team|Army]]
 
| gamename = [[Army–Notre Dame football rivalry|rivalry]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Yankee Stadium (1923)|Yankee Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[The Bronx|Bronx, NY]]
 
| score = 21–0
 
| attend = 80,000
 
| source = <ref>{{cite news|title=Nomads Capture Army, 21-0!|newspaper=New York Daily News|author=Francis Wallace|date=November 27, 1932|page=64|url=https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33248746/nomads_capture_army_210/|via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref>
 
}}
 
|{{CFB schedule entry
 
| date = December 10
 
| w/l = l
 
| away = y
 
| opponent = [[1932 USC Trojans football team|USC]]
 
| gamename = [[Notre Dame–USC football rivalry|rivalry]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum|Memorial Coliseum]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Los Angeles|Los Angeles, CA]]
 
| score = 0–13
 
| attend = 100,000
 
| source = <ref>{{cite news|title=Troy Grids Trim Irish; Notre Dame Loses 13-to-0 Game; Crowd of 100,000 Spectators Sees Trojan Eleven Score Impressive Victory|newspaper=Los Angeles Times|author=Braven Dyer|date=December 11, 1932|pages=I-1, VIa-1|url=https://www.newspapers.com/image/380463866/|via=[[Newspapers.com]]}}</ref>
 
}}
 
}}
 
 
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
 
{{Notre Dame Fighting Irish football navbox}}
 
{{DEFAULTSORT:1932 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football Team}}
 
[[Category:1932 college football season|Notre Dame]]
 
[[Category:Notre Dame Fighting Irish football seasons]]
 
[[Category:1932 in sports in Indiana|Notre Dame Fighting Irish]]
 
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