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DePauw Tigers football
First season 1884
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Home stadium Blackstock Stadium
Field Nick Mourouzis Field
Year built 1941
Stadium capacity 3,000
Stadium surface AstroTurf
Location Greencastle, Indiana
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Past conferences SAA
SCAC
HCAC
All-time record 580–491–40
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The DePauw Tigers football team is the American football program for DePauw University, which began in 1884.[1] DePauw has the 20th most victories in Division III history.[2] The Tigers have been the co-champions of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference four times.[citation needed]

In 1933, head coach Ray Neal led the DePauw Tigers football team to an unbeaten, untied, and unscored opening season. The Tigers compiled a 7–0 record and outscored their opponents 136–0.[3] Neal nearly duplicated this feat in 1943, but DePauw, 5–0-1, finished the season with one scoreless tie and six points allowed in a different game. The only points surrendered that season were in a 39–6 victory over Indiana State and the only non-win was a 0–0 tie against Oberlin. The Tigers outscored their opponents, 206–6.

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