1949 Loyola Lions football
1949 record6–4
Head coachJordan Olivar (1st season)
Home stadiumGilmore Stadium
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The 1949 Loyola Lions football team was an American football team that represented Loyola University of Los Angeles (now known as Loyola Marymount University) as an independent during the 1949 college football season. In their first season under head coach Jordan Olivar, the Lions compiled a 6–4 record and outscored their opponents by a combined total of 230 to 226.[1]


September 23Pacific (CA)L 0–528,500[2]
September 30at San FranciscoL 12–2712,000[3]
October 7Fresno State
  • Gilmore Stadium
  • Los Angeles
W 52–134,000[4]
October 16Saint Mary's
  • Gilmore Stadium
  • Los Angeles
L 14–277,000[5]
October 23vs. Santa ClaraSacramento, CAL 19–279,500[6]
October 29at San Diego StateW 34–2018,000[7]
November 4Hardin–Simmons
  • Gilmore Stadium
  • Los Angeles
W 39–3510,200[8]
November 11NevadaW 13–12[9]
November 18Pepperdine
  • Gilmore Stadium
  • Los Angeles
W 20–611,800[10]
November 26at Arizona StateW 27–713,000[11]


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