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1908 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football team

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1908 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football team

Contents: 190119021903190419051906190719081909


1901

1901
Conference Independent
1901 record 0–2
Head coach Edwin Barber

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
October 28 LSU Ruston, LA L 0–57  
November 23 Arkansas Ruston, LA L 0–16  

1902

1902
Conference Independent
1902 record Unknown
Head coach Frank Singleton

The November 1902 Industrialist, the first student publication at Louisiana Tech, reported that Coach Frank Singleton led the second team to “a fairly successful season,” although the record of that Bulldog squad is not known.

Schedule

Record incomplete

1903

1903
Conference Independent
1903 record 0–1
Head coach Unknown

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
October 30 LSU Ruston, LA L 0–16  

1904

1904
Conference Independent
1904 record 1–3
Head coach E.G. Pierce

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
October 16 at LSU Baton Rouge, LA L 0–17  
October 22 at Tulane "First" Tulane Stadium • New Orleans, LA L 0–11  
October 23 LSU Louisiana Tech athletic fieldRuston, LA W 6–0  
November 25 at Mississippi State Starkville, MS L 5–32  

1905

1905
Conference Independent
1905 record 0–1
Head coach J.Y. Bragg

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
November 18 at LSU Baton Rouge, LA L 0–16  

1906

1906
Conference Independent
1906 record 2–1–3
Head coach Z.T. Young

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
1906 Monroe AC Louisiana Tech athletic fieldRuston, LA T 0–0  
1906 Ouachita Baptist Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 5–0  
November 9 at LSU Baton Rouge, LA L 0–17  
1906 Ruston AC Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 26–0  
1906 Henderson State Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA T 5–5  
1906 Shreveport YMCA Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA T 0–0  

1907

1907
Conference Independent
1907 record 9–1
Head coach George L. Watkins

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
1907 Monroe AC Louisiana Tech athletic fieldRuston, LA W 11–0  
1907 Monroe AC Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 11–0  
October 11 at LSU Baton Rouge, LA L 0–28  
1907 Ouachita Baptist Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 37–0  
1907 Louisiana State Normal Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 43–4  
1907 Henderson State Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 21–0  
1907 Ruston AC Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 49–0  
1907 Jackson Barracks Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 35–5  
1907 Arkansas College Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 23–0  
1907 Mississippi College Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 18–0  

1908

1908
Conference Independent
1908 record 4–3–1
Head coach A.L. Cornell

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
1908 16th Infantry (NE) Louisiana Tech athletic fieldRuston, LA W 28–0  
October 10 at Mississippi State Starkville, MS L 0–47  
1908 Shreveport AC Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA T 0–0  
1908 Hendrix Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 72–0  
1908 Henderson State Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA L 10–11  
1908 16th Infantry (NE) Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 18–6  
1908 Ouachita Baptist Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 77–5  
November 23 LSU Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA L 0–22  

1909

1909
Conference Independent
1909 record 5–1
Head coach Percy S. Prince

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
1909 Picked Team Unknown W 48–0  
1909 Monroe AC Louisiana Tech athletic fieldRuston, LA W 28–0  
1909 Centenary Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 60–0  
November 4 vs. LSU Alexandria, LA L 0–23  
1909 Henderson State Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 3–0  
1909 Louisiana State Normal Louisiana Tech athletic field • Ruston, LA W 45–0  

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