|1888 in Canadian football|
|ORFU Champions||Ottawa College|
|QRFU Champions||Montreal Football Club|
|Canadian Dominion Football Championship|
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against, Pts = Points
|Football Union||League Champion|
|QRFU||Montreal Football Club|
In mathematics, the slope or gradient of a line is a number that describes both the direction and the steepness of the line. Slope is often denoted by the letter m; there is no clear answer to the question why the letter m is used for slope, but its earliest use in English appears in O'Brien (1844) who wrote the equation of a straight line as "y = mx + b" and it can also be found in Todhunter (1888) who wrote it as "y = mx + c".
The 1888–1889 season was the 18th season of competitive association football in England.
Founded in 1888, the Football League is the oldest such competition in world football. The 1888–89 Football League was the first edition of the Football League, which ran from the autumn of 1888 until the spring of 1889. The Football League was formally created and named in Manchester during a meeting on 17 April 1888.
The 1888 Victorian Football Association season was the 12th season of the Australian rules football competition.
The 1967–68 season was the 69th completed season of the English Football League.
The 1968–69 season was the 70th completed season of The Football League.
The 1947–48 season was the 49th completed season of The Football League.
The 1948–49 season was the 50th completed season of The Football League.
The 1949–50 season was the 51st completed season of The Football League.
The 1950–51 season was the 52nd completed season of The Football League.
The 1952–53 season was the 54th completed season of The Football League.
The 1954–55 season was the 56th completed season of The Football League.
The 1888 college football season had no clear-cut champion, with the Official NCAA Division I Football Records Book listing Yale as having been selected national champions. October 18 saw the first intercollegiate game in the state of North Carolina when Wake Forest defeated North Carolina 6–4. The first "scientific game" occurred on Thanksgiving of the same year when North Carolina played Duke. Duke won 16 to 0.
The 1888 Yale Bulldogs football team represented Yale University in the 1888 college football season. In its first season under head coach Walter Camp, the team compiled a 13–0 record, did not allow a single point, and outscored opponents by a total of 694 to 0. The team has been retrospectively named as the national champion by the Billingsley Report, Helms Athletic Foundation, Houlgate System, National Championship Foundation, and Parke H. Davis.
The 1888 Notre Dame football team was an American football team that represented the University of Notre Dame in the 1888 college football season. The team had no coach and played only one game during the fall of 1888, a 20-0 victory over Harvard Prep School at South Bend, Indiana, on December 6, 1888. The victory over Harvard Prep was the first victory in the history of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football program. It was also Notre Dame's first blowout, first undefeated season, and most points scored against an opposing football team. The 20-0 win was twice the number of points scored during the entire 1887 season. Although they only played a single game, Harvard Prep had declared themselves champions of Illinois after going undefeated prior to the contest with Notre Dame, and when Notre Dame defeated them, the South Bend Tribune asserted that Notre Dame was "Champions of the Northwest".
During the 1911–12 English football season, Brentford competed in the Southern League First Division. A forgettable season saw the club finish in mid-table and advance to the first round proper of the FA Cup.
During the 1919–20 English football season, Brentford competed in the Southern League First Division. In the first season of competitive football since the end of the First World War in November 1918, Brentford consolidated with a mid-table finish. It was the club's final Southern League season, as 21 of the 22 First Division clubs were voted into the new Football League Third Division in May 1920.
During the 1910–11 English football season, Brentford competed in the Southern League First Division. Despite contending for promotion during the first half of the season, injuries dropped the Bees to a mid-table finish.
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