|1975 Oregon State Beavers football|
|1975 record||1–10 (1–6 Pac-8)|
|Head coach||Dee Andros (11th season)|
|Home stadium||Parker Stadium|
Civic Stadium (Portland)
|1975 Pacific-8 football standings|
|#5 UCLA §||6||–||1||–||0||9||–||2||–||1|
|#14 California §||6||–||1||–||0||8||–||3||–||0|
|§ – Conference co-champions |
Rankings from AP Poll
The 1975 Oregon State Beavers football team represented Oregon State University in the 1975 NCAA Division I football season. Home games were played on campus in Corvallis at Parker Stadium, with two at Civic Stadium in Portland.
Under eleventh-year head coach Dee Andros, the Beavers were 1–10 overall and 1–6 in the Pacific-8 Conference (Pac-8). Following an eighth straight loss to open the season, he announced his resignation in early November, effective at the end of the season. Oregon State's only win came the following week, 7–0 over Washington State in a land-grant cellar matchup in Parker Stadium. In the season finale Civil War against Oregon at Eugene, the Beavers lost for the first time at Autzen Stadium.
|September 13||San Diego State*||L 0–25||18,760|
|September 19||at No. 4 USC||L 7–24||50,165|
|September 27||at Kansas*||L 0–20||47,210|
|October 4||Grambling State*||L 12–19||16,964|
|October 11||Colorado State*||L 8–17||20,688|
|October 18||at California||L 24–51||31,758|
|October 25||at Washington||L 7–35||43,500|
|November 1||Stanford||L 22–28||12,803|
|November 8||Washington State||W 7–0||13,489|
|November 15||at No. 19 UCLA||L 9–31||30,203|
|November 22||at Oregon||L 7–14||35,000|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Conrad, John (November 2, 1975). "Pumpkin bows out". Eugene Register-Guard ((Oregon)): p. 1B. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=_HkzAAAAIBAJ&sjid=LeADAAAAIBAJ&pg=2677%2C293975.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Conrad, John (November 9, 1975). "OSU wins first with 'guts football'". Eugene Register-Guard ((Oregon)): p. 1B. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=AnozAAAAIBAJ&sjid=LeADAAAAIBAJ&pg=2580%2C2317352.
- ↑ Drosendahl, Glenn (November 9, 1975). "Cougar offense stalls in 7-0 loss". Lewiston Morning Tribune ((Idaho)): p. 1B. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=JsheAAAAIBAJ&sjid=STIMAAAAIBAJ&pg=3325%2C2313354.
- ↑ Missildine, Harry (November 9, 1975). "Pass interception key to Oregon State win". Spokesman-Review ((Spokane, Washington)): p. D1. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=7O9LAAAAIBAJ&sjid=be0DAAAAIBAJ&pg=5484%2C4035119.
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Withers, Bud (November 23, 1975). "Ducks steal Dee day, 14-7". Eugene Register-Guard ((Oregon)): p. 1B. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=DHozAAAAIBAJ&sjid=LeADAAAAIBAJ&pg=6162%2C6446032.
- ↑ "Beavers find new AD - Dee". Eugene Register-Guard ((Oregon)): p. 1D. November 27, 1975. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=EHozAAAAIBAJ&sjid=LeADAAAAIBAJ&pg=5983%2C7794064.
- ↑ "OSU names Dee Andros". Spokane Daily Chronicle. Associated Press ((Washington)): p. 89. November 27, 1975. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=hPwnAAAAIBAJ&sjid=zfgDAAAAIBAJ&pg=3699%2C3138883.
- ↑ Dawson, Pat (October 26, 1975). "Huskies get back to basics". Eugene Register-Guard ((Oregon)): p. 1B. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=LNZVAAAAIBAJ&sjid=JuADAAAAIBAJ&pg=2453%2C7583364.
- ↑ College Football @ Sports-Reference.com