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1963 Army Cadets football
ConferenceIndependent
1963 record7–3
Head coachPaul Dietzel (2nd season)
Home stadiumMichie Stadium
Seasons
← 1962
1964 →
1963 NCAA University Division independents football records
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Memphis State         9 0 1
No. 4 Pittsburgh         9 1 0
No. 2 Navy         9 2 0
Syracuse         8 2 0
Utah State         8 2 0
Oregon         8 3 0
Penn State         7 3 0
Army         7 3 0
Air Force         7 4 0
Boston College         6 3 0
Buffalo         5 3 1
[[{{{school}}}|Southern Miss]]         5 3 1
Idaho         5 4 0
Villanova         5 4 0
Oregon State         5 5 0
San Jose State         5 5 0
Xavier         5 4 1
Florida State         4 5 1
Texas Western         4 5 0
Colgate         3 4 1
New Mexico State         3 6 1
Rutgers         3 6 0
Colorado State         3 7 0
Louisville         3 7 0
Miami (FL)         3 7 0
Texas Western         3 7 0
Detroit         2 6 1
Holy Cross         2 6 1
Notre Dame         2 7 0
Pacific (CA)         2 8 0
Houston         2 8 0
Boston University         1 6 1
Dayton         1 7 2
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1963 Army Cadets football team represented the United States Military Academy in the 1963 college football season. In their second year under head coach Paul Dietzel, the Cadets compiled a 7–3 record and outscored all opponents by a combined total of 177 to 97.[1] In the annual Army–Navy Game, the Cadets lost to the Midshipmen by a 21 to 15 score. The Cadets also lost to Minnesota and Pittsburgh.[2]

Army guard Dick Nowak was selected by the UPI and the American Football Coaches Association as a second-team player on the 1963 College Football All-America Team.[3][4]

ScheduleEdit

DateOpponentSiteResult
September 21Boston UniversityW 30–0
September 28Cincinnati
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
W 22–0
October 5at MinnesotaL 8–24
October 12at Penn StateW 10–7
October 19Wake Forest
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
W 47–0
October 26Washington State
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
W 23–0
November 2vs. Air ForceW 14–10
November 9Utah
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
W 8–7
November 16at PittsburghL 0–28
December 7vs. NavyL 15–21

RosterEdit

  • Rollie Stichweh

ReferencesEdit

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