1920 Clemson Tigers football team

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1920 Clemson Tigers football
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1920 record 4–6–1 (2-6-0 SIAA)
Head coach Edward Donahue (4th year)
Captain Boo Armstrong
Home stadium Riggs Field
Seasons
← 1919
1921 →
1920 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Georgia + 8 0 0     8 0 1
Georgia Tech + 5 0 0     8 1 0
Tulane + 4 0 0     6 2 1
Alabama 6 1 0     10 1 0
Furman 4 1 0     9 1 0
Auburn 4 2 0     7 2 0
Tennessee 4 2 0     7 2 0
Mississippi A&M 3 2 0     5 3 0
Vanderbilt 3 3 0     4 3 1
Sewanee 2 3 1     4 3 1
Transylvania 1 2 0     1 2 0
Chattanooga 1 3 1     3 4 1
Florida 1 3 0     6 3 0
LSU 1 3 0     5 3 1
Clemson 2 6 0     4 6 1
Mississippi College 1 4 0     3 5 0
Howard 1 5 0     3 5 1
The Citadel 1 5 0     2 6 0
Kentucky 0 3 1     3 4 1
Millsaps 0 2 0     0 2 0
Ole Miss 0 2 0     4 3 0
Georgetown 0 2 0     0 3 0
Mercer 0 4 0     2 7 0
Wofford 0 5 0     0 8 1
  • + – Conference co-champions

The 1920 Clemson Tigers football team represented Clemson Agricultural College during the 1920 college football season. Under fourth year head coach Edward Donahue, the team posted a 4–6–1 record.[1][2] Boo Armstrong was the captain.[3]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result
September 24 Erskine* Riggs FieldCalhoun, SC W 26–0  
October 1 Presbyterian* Riggs Field • Calhoun, SC T 7–7  
October 2 Newberry* Riggs Field • Calhoun, SC W 26–6  
October 10 Wofford Riggs Field • Calhoun, SC W 13–7  
October 15 Auburn Riggs Field • Calhoun, SC (Rivalry) L 0–21  
October 23 at Tennessee 15th and Cumberland Field • Knoxville, TN L 0–26  
October 28 at South Carolina Columbia, SC (Big Thursday) L 0–3  
November 6 at Georgia Tech Grant FieldAtlanta, GA (Rivalry) L 0–7  
November 11 vs. The Citadel County Fairgrounds • Orangeburg, SC W 26–0  
November 20 at Furman Greenville, SC L 0–14  
November 25 at Georgia Sanford FieldAthens, GA (Rivalry) L 0–55  
*Non-conference game.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2016 FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE" (PDF). ClemsonTigers.com. Clemson Athletics. 2016. pp. 200–208. Retrieved December 14, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Clemson Game by Game Results". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved November 24, 2015. 
  3. ^ 2010 Media Guide, p. 198