1919 Columbus Panhandles season

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1919 Columbus Panhandles season
Head coach Ted Nesser
General manager Joseph F. Carr
Home field None
Results
Record 3-6-1
Division place No divisions
Playoff finish No playoffs
Timeline
Previous season Next season
1918 1920

The 1919 Columbus Panhandles season was their 14th season in existence. It was also the last time that the team played in the Ohio League, before joining the early National Football League the following year. The team would go on to post a 3-6-1 record.

Regular season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Game Date Opponent Result
1 September 28, 1919 at Newark McDaniels W 53-0
2 October 5, 1919 at Zanesville Mark Greys T 0-0
3 October 12, 1919 at Akron Indians L 13-0
4 October 19, 1919 at Canton Bulldogs L 22-3
5 October 26, 1919 at Toledo Maroons L 6-0
6 November 2, 1919 at Detroit Heralds W 6-0
7 November 9, 1919 at Dayton Triangles W 6-0
8 November 16, 1919 at Cleveland Tigers L 20-9
9 November 23, 1919 at Rock Island Independents L 40-0
10 November 30, 1919 at Dayton Triangles L 21-0

Game summaries[edit]

Game 3: at Akron Indians[edit]

October 12, 1919 at Liberty Park

Following the tie to the Mark Greys, the Panhandles played against the Indians at Liberty Park. The Panhandles played a strong defensive game, but the offense was weak.[1] According to the Youngstown Vindicator, Brown for Akron was the "star of the game", "shaking defenders" for "fifty-yard gains."[1] The quarters for 12.5 minutes long; and the Panhandles lost 13–0.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Akron Eleven Wins Another". Youngstown Vindicator. October 13, 1919. p. 10.