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{{Infobox NCAA team season
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|Year=1932
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|Team=Notre Dame Fighting Irish
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|Image=
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|ImageSize=150
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|Conference=Independent
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|Record=7–2
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|HeadCoach=[[Hunk Anderson]]
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|HCYear=2nd
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|OScheme=
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|DScheme=
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|Captain= Paul Host
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|StadiumArena=[[Notre Dame Stadium]]
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|Champion=
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}}
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{{1932 college football independents records}}
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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]].
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==Schedule==
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{{CFB schedule
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = October 8
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| w/l = w
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| opponent = [[1932 Haskell Indians football team|Haskell]]
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| site_stadium = [[Notre Dame Stadium]]
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| site_cityst = [[South Bend, Indiana|South Bend, IN]]
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| score = 73–0
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| attend = 8,369
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| 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>
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = October 15
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| w/l = w
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| opponent = [[1932 Drake Bulldogs football team|Drake]]
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| site_stadium = Notre Dame Stadium
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| site_cityst = South Bend, IN
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| score = 62–0
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| attend = 6,663
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| 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>
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = October 22
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| w/l = w
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| opponent = {{cfb link|year=1932|team=Carnegie Tech Tartans|title=Carnegie Tech}}
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| site_stadium = Notre Dame Stadium
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| site_cityst = South Bend, IN
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| score = 42–0
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| attend = 30,000
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| 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>
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = October 29
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| w/l = l
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| away = y
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| opponent = [[1932 Pittsburgh Panthers football team|Pittsburgh]]
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| gamename = [[Notre Dame–Pittsburgh football rivalry|rivalry]]
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| site_stadium = [[Pitt Stadium]]
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| site_cityst = [[Pittsburgh|Pittsburgh, PA]]
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| score = 0–12
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| attend = 60,000
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| 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>
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = November 5
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| w/l = w
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| away = y
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| opponent = [[1932 Kansas Jayhawks football team|Kansas]]
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| site_stadium = [[Memorial Stadium (University of Kansas)|Memorial Stadium]]
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| site_cityst = [[Lawrence, Kansas|Lawrence, KS]]
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| score = 24–6
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| attend = 17,818
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| 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>
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = November 12
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| w/l = w
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| opponent = [[1932 Northwestern Wildcats football team|Northwestern]]
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| gamename = [[Northwestern–Notre Dame football rivalry|rivalry]]
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| site_stadium = Notre Dame Stadium
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| site_cityst = South Bend, IN
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| score = 21–0
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| attend = 42,000
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| 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>
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = November 19
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| w/l = w
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| neutral = y
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| opponent = [[1932 Navy Midshipmen football team|Navy]]
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| gamename = [[Navy–Notre Dame football rivalry|rivalry]]
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| site_stadium = [[Municipal Stadium (Cleveland)|Municipal Stadium]]
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| site_cityst = [[Cleveland|Cleveland OH]]
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| score = 12–0
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| attend = 61,122
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| 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>
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = November 26
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| w/l = w
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| neutral = y
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| opponent = [[1932 Army Cadets football team|Army]]
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| gamename = [[Army–Notre Dame football rivalry|rivalry]]
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| site_stadium = [[Yankee Stadium (1923)|Yankee Stadium]]
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| site_cityst = [[The Bronx|Bronx, NY]]
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| score = 21–0
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| attend = 80,000
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| 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>
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = December 10
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| w/l = l
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| away = y
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| opponent = [[1932 USC Trojans football team|USC]]
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| gamename = [[Notre Dame–USC football rivalry|rivalry]]
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| site_stadium = [[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum|Memorial Coliseum]]
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| site_cityst = [[Los Angeles|Los Angeles, CA]]
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| score = 0–13
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| attend = 100,000
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| 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>
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}}
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}}
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==References==
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{{Reflist}}
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{{Notre Dame Fighting Irish football navbox}}
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{{DEFAULTSORT:1932 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football Team}}
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[[Category:1932 college football season|Notre Dame]]
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[[Category:Notre Dame Fighting Irish football seasons]]
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[[Category:1932 in sports in Indiana|Notre Dame Fighting Irish]]

Revision as of 03:43, June 26, 2019

1932 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football
ConferenceIndependent
1932 record7–2
Head coachHunk Anderson (2nd season)
CaptainPaul Host
Home stadiumNotre Dame Stadium
Seasons
← 1931
1933 →
Template: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.[1] Paul Host was the team captain. The team played its home games at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana.

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResultAttendanceSource
October 8HaskellW 73–08,369[2]
October 15Drake
  • Notre Dame Stadium
  • South Bend, IN
W 62–06,663[3]
October 22[[{{{school}}}|Carnegie Tech]]
  • Notre Dame Stadium
  • South Bend, IN
W 42–030,000[4]
October 29at PittsburghL 0–1260,000[5]
November 5at KansasW 24–617,818[6]
November 12Northwestern
  • Notre Dame Stadium
  • South Bend, IN (rivalry)
W 21–042,000[7]
November 19vs. NavyW 12–061,122[8]
November 26vs. ArmyW 21–080,000[9]
December 10at USCL 0–13100,000[10]

References

  1. "1932 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Schedule and Results". SR/College Football. Sports Reference LLC. https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/notre-dame/1932-schedule.html. Retrieved June 25, 2019.
  2. Jack Ledden (October 9, 1932). "N.D. Wins First Game, 73 to 0: Haskell Fails To Halt Race Over Goal Line". The South Bend Tribune: pp. 1, 13. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/31810963/nd_wins_first_game_73_to_0_haskell/.
  3. Jack Ledden (October 16, 1932). "Notre Dame Crushes Drake, 62-0". The South Bend Tribune: p. 1. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33087025/notre_dame_crushes_drake_620/.
  4. Jack Ledden (October 23, 1932). "Notre Dame Crushes Carnegie, 42-0". The South Bend Tribune: p. 1. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33253557/notre_dame_crushes_carnegie_420/.
  5. Chester L. Smith (October 30, 1932). "Pitt Eleven Upsets Notre Dame, 12 To 0". The Pittsburgh Press: p. 1. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33251253/pitt_eleven_upsets_notre_dame_12_to_0/.
  6. Charles A. Grumich (November 6, 1932). "Kansas Routed By Notre Dame, 24-6". The South Bend Tribune: p. 1. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33253670/kansas_routed_by_notre_dame_246/.
  7. Harvey Woodruff (November 13, 1932). "Notre Dame Crushes Northwestern, 21-0". Chicago Tribune: p. II-1. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/20970596/notre_dame_crushes_northwestern_210/.
  8. James L. Renick (November 20, 1932). "Notre Dame Sinks Navy Crew, 12-0". The South Bend Tribune: p. 1. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33253785/notre_dame_sinks_navy_crew_120/.
  9. Francis Wallace (November 27, 1932). "Nomads Capture Army, 21-0!". New York Daily News: p. 64. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/33248746/nomads_capture_army_210/.
  10. Braven Dyer (December 11, 1932). "Troy Grids Trim Irish; Notre Dame Loses 13-to-0 Game; Crowd of 100,000 Spectators Sees Trojan Eleven Score Impressive Victory". Los Angeles Times: pp. I-1, VIa-1. https://www.newspapers.com/image/380463866/.
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