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| Captain=Chuck Logan<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/nw/sports/m-footbl/auto_pdf/nu-mg-07-history.pdf#page=7|title=Year-by-Year Results|date=2007|page=148|format=PDF|archive-url=http://web.archive.org/web/20190316165052/http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/nw/sports/m-footbl/auto_pdf/nu-mg-07-history.pdf|archive-date=2019-03-14|dead-url=no|access-date=2019-03-14}}</ref>
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| MVP = Bill Swingle
 
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{{1963 Big Ten football standings}}
 
{{1963 Big Ten football standings}}
The '''1963 Northwestern Wildcats football team''' represented [[Northwestern University]] during the [[1963 college football season]].
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The '''1963 Northwestern Wildcats team''' was an [[American football]] team that represented [[Northwestern University]] during the [[1963 Big Ten Conference football season]]. In their eighth year under head coach [[Ara Parseghian]], the Wildcats compiled a 5–4 record (3–4 against conference opponents) and finished in a tie for fifth place in the [[Big Ten Conference]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Northwestern Yearly Results (1960-1964)|publisher=David DeLassus|work=College Football Data Warehouse|accessdate=August 7, 2015|url=http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/active/n/northwestern/1960-1964_yearly_results.php}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=1963 Northwestern Wildcats Schedule and Results|publisher=Sports Reference LLC|work=SR/College Football|accessdate=December 18, 2015|url=https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/northwestern/1963-schedule.html}}</ref>
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The team's offensive leaders were quarterback [[Tom Myers (quarterback)|Tom Myers]] with 1,398 passing yards, Willie Stinson with 368 rushing yards, and Gary Crum with 417 receiving yards.<ref>{{cite web|title=1963 Northwestern Wildcats Stats|publisher=Sports Reference LLC|work=SR/College Football|accessdate=December 18, 2015|url=https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/northwestern/1963.html}}</ref>
   
 
==Schedule==
 
==Schedule==
   
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| rank = 6
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| opponent = [[1963 Missouri Tigers football team|Missouri]]
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| site_stadium = [[Memorial Stadium (Columbia)|Memorial Stadium]]
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| site_cityst = [[Columbia, Missouri]]
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| score = 23–12
 
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| date = September 21
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| date = September 28
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| time =
| w/l = w
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| w/l = w
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| rank = 7
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| opponent = [[1963 Indiana Hoosiers football team|Indiana]]
| away = yes
 
| neutral =
 
| rank = 6
 
| opponent = [[1963 Missouri Tigers football team|Missouri]]
 
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| site_stadium = [[Faurot Field|Memorial Stadium]]
 
| site_cityst = [[Columbia, MO]]
 
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| score = 23&ndash;12
 
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| date = September 28
 
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| w/l = w
 
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| rank = 7
 
| opponent = [[1963 Indiana Hoosiers football team|Indiana]]
 
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| site_stadium = [[Dyche Stadium]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Dyche Stadium]]
| site_cityst = [[Evanston, IL]]
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| site_cityst = [[Evanston, Illinois]]
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| score = 34–21
| score = 34&ndash;21
 
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| date = October 5
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| date = October 5
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| w/l = l
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| away = y
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| rank = 4
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| opponent = [[1963 Illinois Fighting Illini football team|Illinois]]
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| gamename = [[Sweet Sioux Tomahawk]]
| rank = 4
 
| opponent = [[1963 Illinois Fighting Illini football team|Illinois]]
 
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| site_stadium = [[Memorial Stadium (Champaign)|Memorial Stadium]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Memorial Stadium (Champaign)|Memorial Stadium]]
| site_cityst = [[Champaign, IL]]
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| site_cityst = [[Champaign, Illinois]]
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| score = 9–10
| score = 9&ndash;10
 
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| date = October 12
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| date = October 12
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| time =
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| w/l = w
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| opponent = [[1963 Minnesota Golden Gophers football team|Minnesota]]
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| opponent = [[1963 Minnesota Golden Gophers football team|Minnesota]]
 
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| site_stadium = Dyche Stadium
 
| site_stadium = Dyche Stadium
| site_cityst = Evanston, IL
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| score = 15–8
| score = 15&ndash;8
 
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = October 19
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| date = October 19
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| time =
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| w/l = w
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| nonconf = y
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| rank = 10
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| opponent = Miami (OH)
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| rank = 10
 
| opponent = Miami (OH)
 
| opprank =
 
 
| site_stadium = Dyche Stadium
 
| site_stadium = Dyche Stadium
| site_cityst = Evanston, IL
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| site_cityst = Evanston, Illinois
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| score = 37–6
| score = 37&ndash;6
 
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| date = October 26
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| date = October 26
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| time =
| w/l = l
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| w/l = l
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| rank = 9
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| opponent = [[1963 Michigan State Spartans football team|Michigan State]]
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| rank = 9
 
| opponent = [[1963 Michigan State Spartans football team|Michigan State]]
 
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| site_stadium = Dyche Stadium
 
| site_stadium = Dyche Stadium
| site_cityst = Evanston, IL
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| score = 7–15
| score = 7&ndash;15
 
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| date = November 2
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| date = November 2
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| w/l = l
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| away = y
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| rank =
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| opponent = [[1963 Michigan Wolverines football team|Michigan]]
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| opponent = [[1963 Michigan Wolverines football team|Michigan]]
 
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| site_stadium = [[Michigan Stadium]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Michigan Stadium]]
| site_cityst = [[Ann Arbor, MI]]
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| site_cityst = [[Ann Arbor, Michigan]]
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| score = 6–27
| score = 6&ndash;27
 
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| date = November 9
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| date = November 9
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| w/l = l
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| away = y
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| opponent = [[1963 Wisconsin Badgers football team|Wisconsin]]
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| opponent = [[1963 Wisconsin Badgers football team|Wisconsin]]
 
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| site_stadium = [[Camp Randall Stadium]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Camp Randall Stadium]]
| site_cityst = [[Madison, WI]]
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| site_cityst = [[Madison, Wisconsin]]
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| tv =
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| score = 14–17
| score = 14&ndash;17
 
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|{{CFB schedule entry
| date = November 16
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| date = November 16
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| time =
| w/l = w
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| w/l = w
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| away = y
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| rank =
| away = yes
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| opponent = [[1963 Ohio State Buckeyes football team|Ohio State]]
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| rank =
 
| opponent = [[1963 Ohio State Buckeyes football team|Ohio State]]
 
| opprank =
 
 
| site_stadium = [[Ohio Stadium]]
 
| site_stadium = [[Ohio Stadium]]
| site_cityst = [[Columbus, OH]]
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| site_cityst = [[Columbus, Ohio]]
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| score = 17–8
| score = 17&ndash;8
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<ref>[http://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/northwestern/1963-schedule.html College Football @ Sports-Reference.com]</ref>
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Revision as of 17:30, March 16, 2019

1963 Northwestern Wildcats football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1963 record5–4 (3–4 Big Ten)
Head coachAra Parseghian (8th season)
MVPBill Swingle
CaptainChuck Logan[1]
CaptainKent Pike
Home stadiumDyche Stadium
Seasons
← 1962
1964 →
1963 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#3/4 Illinois 5 1 1     8 1 1
#10/10 Michigan State 4 1 1     6 2 1
Ohio State 4 1 1     5 3 1
Purdue 4 3 0     5 4 0
Northwestern 3 4 0     5 4 0
Wisconsin 3 4 0     5 4 0
Michigan 2 3 2     3 4 2
Iowa 2 3 1     3 3 2
Minnesota 2 5 0     3 6 0
Indiana 1 5 0     3 6 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll

The 1963 Northwestern Wildcats team was an American football team that represented Northwestern University during the 1963 Big Ten Conference football season. In their eighth year under head coach Ara Parseghian, the Wildcats compiled a 5–4 record (3–4 against conference opponents) and finished in a tie for fifth place in the Big Ten Conference.[2][3]

The team's offensive leaders were quarterback Tom Myers with 1,398 passing yards, Willie Stinson with 368 rushing yards, and Gary Crum with 417 receiving yards.[4]

Schedule

DateOpponentRankSiteResult
September 21at Missouri*No. 6W 23–12
September 28IndianaNo. 7W 34–21
October 5at IllinoisNo. 4L 9–10
October 12Minnesota
  • Dyche Stadium
  • Evanston, Illinois
W 15–8
October 19Miami (OH)*No. 10
  • Dyche Stadium
  • Evanston, Illinois
W 37–6
October 26Michigan StateNo. 9
  • Dyche Stadium
  • Evanston, Illinois
L 7–15
November 2at MichiganL 6–27
November 9at WisconsinL 14–17
November 16at Ohio StateW 17–8
  • *Non-conference game
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game

[5]

References


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