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1915 Virginia Cavaliers football team

 

1915 Virginia Cavaliers football team

1915 Virginia Cavaliers football
SAIAA Co-Champions
Conference South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1915 record 8–1 (2–0 SAIAA)
Head coach Harry Varner (1st year)
Captain Harris Coleman
Home stadium Lambeth Field
1915 SAIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Virginia + 2 0 0     8 1 0
Georgetown + 2 0 0     7 2 0
Catholic 1 0 0     5 2 0
Johns Hopkins 1 0 0     1 0 0
North Carolina A&M 0 1 0     3 3 1
North Carolina 0 2 0     4 3 1
Maryland 0 2 0     6 3 0
Richmond 0 1 0     4 4 1
Virginia Tech 0 0 0     4 4 0
  • + – Conference co-champions

The 1915 Virginia Cavaliers football team represented the Virginia Cavaliers of the University of Virginia during the 1915 college football season. The Cavaliers were coached by Harry Varner in his 1st year as head coach, compiling a record of 8–1 and outscoring opponents 219 to 26. The only blemish on the Cavaliers' record was a loss to Harvard, whose only loss was to national champion Cornell. Virginia running back Buck Mayer was the south's first consensus All-American.

Schedule

Date Time Opponent Site Result Attendance
September 25, 1915 Randolph-Macon* Lambeth FieldCharlottesville, VA W 20–0    
October 2, 1915 at Yale* Yale BowlNew Haven, CT W 10–0    
October 9, 1915 Richmond Lambeth Field • Charlottesville, VA W 74–0    
October 16, 1915 at Harvard* Harvard StadiumAllston, MA L 0–9    
October 23, 1915 at Georgia* Sanford FieldAthens, GA W 9–7    
October 30, 1915 VMI* Lambeth Field • Charlottesville, VA W 44–0    
November 6, 1915 Vanderbilt* Lambeth Field • Charlottesville, VA W 35–10    
November 13, 1915 South Carolina* Lambeth Field • Charlottesville, VA W 13–0    
November 25, 1915 vs. North Carolina Richmond, VA (Rivalry) W 14–0    
*Non-conference game.

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References

  1. ^ "1915 Virginia Cavaliers Schedule and Results". 
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