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The following is a list of Fordham Rams football seasons for the football team that has represented Fordham University in NCAA competition during their years as a Division I-A/FBS program.[1][2][3]

SeasonsEdit

Year Overall record Coach Conference Conference record Bowl/Playoffs National Ranking Attendance Avg.
1928 4–5 Frank W. Cavanaugh Northeastern Independent N/A 22,400
1929 7–0–2 Frank Cavanaugh Northeastern Independent N/A 29,167
1930 8–1 Frank Cavanaugh Northeastern Independent N/A 42,000
1931 6–1–2 Frank Cavanaugh Northeastern Independent N/A 33,600
1932 6–2 Frank Cavanaugh Northeastern Independent N/A 23,000
1933 6–2 Jim Crowley Northeastern Independent N/A 38,000
1934 5–3 Jim Crowley Northeastern Independent N/A 29,286
1935 6–1–2 Jim Crowley Northeastern Independent N/A 11th - UP Poll 30,722
1936 5–1–2 Jim Crowley Northeastern Independent N/A 15th - AP Poll 34,625
1937 7–0–1 Jim Crowley Northeastern Independent N/A 3rd - AP Poll 33,429
1938 6–1–2 Jim Crowley Northeastern Independent N/A 15th - AP Poll 26,035
1939 6–2 Jim Crowley Northeastern Independent N/A 17th - AP Poll 31,106
1940 7–2 Jim Crowley Northeastern Independent N/A Cotton 12th - AP Poll 24,736
1941 8–1 Jim Crowley Northeastern Independent N/A Sugar 6th - AP Poll 28,667
1942 5–3–1 Earl Walsh Northeastern Independent N/A 18,167
1946 0–7 Ed Danowski Northeastern Independent N/A 29,399
1947 1–6–1 Ed Danowski Northeastern Independent N/A 14,967
1948 3–6 Ed Danowski Northeastern Independent N/A 16,000
1949 5–3 Ed Danowski Northeastern Independent N/A 18,031
1950 8–1 Ed Danowski Northeastern Independent N/A 9,876
1951 5–4 Ed Danowski Northeastern Independent N/A 13,750
1952 2–5–1 Ed Danowski Northeastern Independent N/A 8,067
1953 4–5 Ed Danowski Northeastern Independent N/A 16,079
1954 1–7–1 Ed Danowski Northeastern Independent N/A 11,950

Fordham, which had previously suspended football during the 1943-1945 seasons due to World War II, dropped the program entirely following the 1954 season. Students brought the sport back as a club team in 1964. The university again granted varsity status in 1970. The program played at the D-III level until finally regaining Division I status in 1989.

The following is a list of Fordham Rams football seasons for the football team that has represented Fordham University in NCAA competition during their years as a Division I-AA/FCS program.[4][5]

SeasonsEdit

Year Overall record Coach Conference Conference record Bowl/Playoffs National Ranking Attendance Avg.
1989 2–6 Larry Glueck I-AA Independent N/A 5,068
1990 1–9 Larry Glueck Patriot League 0–5 4,227
1991 2–8 Larry Glueck Patriot League 0–5 4,419
1992 1–9 Larry Glueck Patriot League 1–4 4,235
1993 1–10 Larry Glueck Patriot League 1–4 2,792
1994 0–11 Nick Quartaro Patriot League 0–5 2,112
1995 4–6–1 Nick Quartaro Patriot League 2–3 2,369
1996 2–8 Nick Quartaro Patriot League 1–3 3,368
1997 5–6 Nick Quartaro Patriot League 4–2 2,944
1998 4–7 Ken O'Keefe Patriot League 2–4 3,719
1999 0–11 Dave Clawson Patriot League 0–6 3,740
2000 3–8 Dave Clawson Patriot League 1–5 4,179
2001 7–4 Dave Clawson Patriot League 5–2 4,752
2002 10–3 Dave Clawson Patriot League 6–1 Quarterfinals 12th - TSN Poll 4,090
2003 9–3 Dave Clawson Patriot League 4–3 4,932
2004 5–6 Ed Foley Patriot League 2–4 4,080
2005 2–9 Ed Foley Patriot League 2–4 4,560
2006 3–8 Tom Masella Patriot League 1–5 3,723
2007 8–4 Tom Masella Patriot League 5–1 First Round 20th - TSN Poll 4,509
2008 5–6 Tom Masella Patriot League 1–5 4,077
2009 5–6 Tom Masella Patriot League 2–4 3,866
2010 5–6 Tom Masella Patriot League 0–0 3,722
2011 1–10 Tom Masella Patriot League 0–0 4,793
2012 6–5 Joe Moorhead Patriot League 0–0 4,463
2013 12–2 Joe Moorhead Patriot League 0–0 Second Round 9th - TSN Poll 6,277
2014 11–3 Joe Moorhead Patriot League 6–0 Second Round 11th - TSN Poll 4,663
2015 9–2 Joe Moorhead Patriot League 5–1 First Round 19th - STATS Poll 6,499
2016 8–3 Andrew Breiner Patriot League 5–1 5,416
2017 4–7 Andrew Breiner Patriot League 3–3 4,681
2018 2–9 Joe Conlin Patriot League 2–4 3,964

Fordham, a Patriot League football member since 1990, was ruled ineligible for conference titles between the 2010-2013 seasons. This was due to use of scholarship players prior to the rest of the league's vote to do the same. League games during this time counted in the overall record but not in the conference standings.


References Edit

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