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2013 Butler Bulldogs football
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Pioneer Football League co-champion
FCS Playoffs First Round, L 0–31 vs. Tennessee State
Conference Pioneer Football League
2013 record 9–4 (7–1 PFL)
Head coach Jeff Voris (8th year)
Home stadium Butler Bowl
(Capacity: 5,647)
Seasons
« 2012 2014 »

Template:2013 Pioneer Football League standings The 2013 Butler Bulldogs football team represented Butler University in the 2013 NCAA Division I FCS football season. They were led by eighth-year head coach Jeff Voris and played their home games at the Butler Bowl. They were a member of the Pioneer Football League, a conference allowed to compete in the FCS playoffs for the first time in 2013. They finished the season 9–4, 7–1 in PFL play to share the league title with Marist. Butler and Marist did not play each other in the regular season, so the PFL used the College Sporting News' Gridiron Power Index to determine who would receive the league's automatic bid to the FCS Playoffs. Bulter was selected and lost in the first round to Tennessee State.

ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
August 317:00 PMat No. 6 South Dakota State*L 14–559,729
September 76:00 PMWittenberg*W 49–243,541
September 146:00 PMat Franklin*
W 31–284,200
September 216:00 PMDartmouth*
  • Butler Bowl
  • Indianapolis, IN
L 23–303,194
September 2812:00 PMat JacksonvilleW 45–271,172
October 51:00 PMStetson
  • Butler Bowl
  • Indianapolis, IN
W 35–151,494
October 121:00 PMCampbelldagger
  • Butler Bowl
  • Indianapolis, IN
W 35–143,400
October 191:00 PMDrake
  • Butler Bowl
  • Indianapolis, IN
W 24–141,576
October 264:00 PMat San DiegoL 14–421,533
November 21:00 PMat DaytonW 33–302,872
November 91:00 PMValparaiso
W 72–123,049
November 161:00 PMat Morehead StateW 58–271,583
November 301:00 PMNo. 19 Tennessee State*
ESPN3L 0–311,928

ReferencesEdit

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