1915 Oklahoma Sooners football team
|1915 Oklahoma Sooners football|
National champion (Billingsley MOV)
Southwest Conference champion
|1915 record||10–0 (3–0 SWC)|
|Head coach||Bennie Owen (11th season)|
|Home stadium||Boyd Field|
|1915 Southwest Conference football standings|
The 1915 Oklahoma Sooners football team represented the University of Oklahoma in the 1915 college football season. In their 11th year under head coach Bennie Owen, the Sooners compiled a 10–0 record (3–0 against conference opponents), and outscored their opponents by a combined total of 370 to 54. This was the first season that the Sooners participated in the Southwest Conference. The team was retroactively selected as the national champion for 1914 by the Billingsley Report using its alternate "margin of victory" methodology.
One Sooner was recognized as an All-American: Forest Geyer.
Six Sooners received All-Southwest Conference honors: Elmer Capshaw, Forest Geyer, Oliver Hot, Willis Hott, Hap Johnson, and Homer Montgomery.
|September 25||Kingfisher*||Boyd Field • Norman, OK||W 67–0|
|October 2||at Southwestern Oklahoma*||Weatherford, OK||W 55–0|
|October 9||Northwestern Oklahoma State*||Boyd Field • Norman, OK||W 102–0|
|October 16||at Missouri*||Rollins Field • Columbia, MO||W 24–0|
|October 23||Texas||Fair Park Stadium • Dallas, TX||W 14–13|
|October 30||Kansas*||Boyd Field • Norman, OK||W 23–14|
|November 6||at Kendall*||Boyd Field • Tulsa, OK||W 14–13|
|November 14||at Arkansas||The Hill • Fayetteville, AR||W 24–0|
|November 19||at Kansas State*||Ahearn Field • Manhattan, KS||W 21–7|
|November 25||Oklahoma A&M||Oklahoma City, OK||W 26–7|
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