1905 Montana football team

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1905 Montana football
Montana UM logo.gif
Conference Independent
1905 record 2–3
Head coach Fred Schule (1st season)
Seasons
← 1904
1906 →
1905 college football independents records
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Yale         10 0 0
Penn         12 0 1
Stanford         8 0 0
Kentucky U.         7 0 3
Stetson         4 0 1
Navy         10 1 1
VPI         9 1 0
Colorado         8 1 0
Dartmouth         7 1 2
Swarthmore         7 1 0
Michigan Agricultural         10 2 0
Western U. of Penn.         10 2 0
Nebraska         9 2 0
Princeton         8 2 0
Harvard         8 2 1
Oklahoma         7 2 0
Washington and Lee         7 2 0
Wesleyan         7 2 1
Penn State         8 3 0
Kansas State         6 2 0
Utah         6 2 0
Carlisle         10 4 0
Washburn         7 3 0
Oregon Agricultural         6 3 0
California         4 1 2
Kentucky State         6 3 1
USC         6 3 1
Maryland         6 4 0
Oregon         4 2 2
Washington         4 2 2
Virginia         5 4 0
North Carolina         4 3 1
Army         4 4 1
Michigan State Normal         4 4 0
TCU         4 4 0
Washington State         4 4 0
Connecticut         2 2 0
Wabash         4 5 0
Montana         2 3 0
Rutgers         3 6 0
Villanova         3 7 0
William & Mary         2 4 1
Oklahoma A&M         1 3 2
Arkansas         2 6 0
Kendall         1 3 0
Baylor         1 6 0

The 1905 Montana football team represented the University of Montana in the 1905 college football season. They were led by first-year head coach Fred Schule, and finished the season with a record of two wins and three losses (2–3).[1]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result
October 14, 1905 Utah Missoula, MT L 0–42  
1905 at Whitman Walla Walla, WA L 0–5  
October 28, 1905 at Washington State Rogers FieldPullman, WA L 6–28  
1905 Utah State Missoula, MT W 23–0  
1905 Fort Shaw Indian School Missoula, MT W 88–0  

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2010 Montana Football Media Guide Archived 2012-08-17 at the Wayback Machine., University of Montana, 2010.