1908 VMI Keydets football team
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|1908 VMI Keydets football|
|Head coach||Charles Roller (2nd year)|
The 1908 VMI Keydets football team represented the Virginia Military Institute in their eighteenth season of organized football. VMI went 4-2 in a fairly short season under head coach Charles Roller.
|October 3||William & Mary*||Unknown • Lexington, VA (Rivalry)||W 21-0|
|October 10||Hampden-Sydney*||Unknown • Lexington, VA||W 40-0|
|October 13||Staunton Military Academy*||Unknown • Lexington, VA||W 57-0|
|October 17||St. John's*||Unknown • Lexington, VA||L 2-10|
|October 24||vs. Virginia Tech*||Unknown • Roanoke, VA||L 0-10|
|October 31||vs. Roanoke*||Unknown • Lexington, VA||W 37-0|
|*Non-conference game. Homecoming. #Rankings from Coaches' Poll released prior to game.|
- On October 13, when VMI played Staunton Military, Charles Roller was away, being replaced by assistant coach Pete Krebs, who also coached the basketball team that year.
- On October 31, VMI's George Cook Ferebee died from a blow to the head during the Keydets game against Roanoke College. The game was stopped immediately when his death was announced, after he was carried away to a nearby hospital.