1935 Western Reserve Red Cats football
Big Four champion
ConferenceBig Four
1935 record9–0–1 (3–0 BFC)
Head coachBill Edwards (1st season)
Home stadiumLeague Park
← 1934
1936 →

The 1935 Western Reserve Red Cats football team represented Western Reserve University in the American city of Cleveland, Ohio, now known as Case Western Reserve University, during the 1935 college football season. The team was coached by college football hall of fame coach Bill Edwards. Notable players included Frank "Doc" Kelker, Ray Zeh, George "Puck" Burgeon, Gene Myslenski, and Phil Ragazzo. The Red Cats went undefeated while at home.[1]

Ray Zeh led college football in scoring during the 1935 season with 112 points.[2]


September 27Hillsdale*W 26–0
October 5at Cornell*W 33–19
October 12Buffalo*W 60–0
October 19Baldwin-Wallace
  • League Park
  • Cleveland, OH
W 27–1425,000[3]
October 25at Findley*W 27–7
November 1at John CarrollW 37–13
November 9at Ohio Wesleyan*T 7–7
November 16Denison*
  • League Park
  • Cleveland, OH
W 38–0
November 23at Oberlin*W 40–0
November 28Case
  • League Park
  • Cleveland, OH
W 6–0
  • *Non-conference game


  1. "WRU Football 1935/36". Retrieved 2016-09-02.
  3. Baldwin Wallace University (1936). Grindstone Yearbook. pp. 56.

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