Virginius Dabney (American football)
Depiction of Dabney c. 1900
February 2, 1878|
|Died||January 17, 1942
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
Dabney was selected All-Southern by Caspar Whitney in Outing. Virginia had a claim to a Southern championship. The Cavaliers defeated Sewanee 17 to 5 to give the school its first loss since 1897. Dabney ran for two touchdowns that game. An account of one of those reads "Dabney ran twenty yards for a touchdown, the gain being largely due to the splendid interference led by Walker and Haskel.
Head coaching record
|Tulane Olive and Blue (Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association) (1902)|
- 2009 Virginia Football Media Guide, All-Time Lettermen (PDF), p. 165, University of Virginia, 2009.
- The Deke Quarterly, Volume XIV, No. 1, p. 204, Delta Kappa Epsilon, March 1896.
- "All-Southern Eleven for 1900". Outing. Outing Publishing Company. 37: 616. 1901.
- "Champions of the South regardless of conference affiliation".
- "Virginia Wins Decisive Victory". The Times. November 30, 1900.
- Virginius Dabney Records by Year, College Football Data Warehouse, retrieved December 12, 2010.
- "Dr. Dabney Dies; Retired Specialist", January 18, 1942, Washington Post.
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