1894 Cincinnati football team

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1894 Cincinnati football
ConferenceIndependent
1894 record3–3
Head coach
CaptainW. Durant Berry
Home stadium Union Ball Park
Seasons
  1893
1895  
1894 Midwestern college football independents records
Conf  Overall
TeamW L T  W L T
Western Reserve     700
North Dakota Agricultural     200
Baldwin–Wallace     100
Buchtel     100
Michigan     911
Iowa Agricultural     510
Notre Dame     311
Minnesota     310
Washburn     310
Wittenberg     620
Doane     520
Wisconsin     520
Chicago     1471
Beloit     630
Washington University     210
Ohio State     650
Illinois     430
Oberlin     431
Cincinnati     330
Drake     220
Mount Union     450
Lake Forest     340
Miami (OH)     120
Ohio Wesleyan     130
Rush Medical     360
Northwestern     150
Ohio     010
South Dakota     020

The 1894 Cincinnati football team was an American football team that represented the University of Cincinnati as an independent during the 1894 college football season. In their first season under head coach W. Durant Berry, the Bearcats compiled a 3–3 record. Berry was also the team captain. The team played its home games at Union Ball Park in Cincinnati.

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
October 13 Georgetown (KY) L 4–6
October 20 Miami (OH)
W 6–0
November 3 Kentucky State College
  • Union Ball Park
  • Cincinnati, OH
W 32–4
November 9at Hanover Hanover, IN W 14–12
November 17 Ohio State
  • Union Ball Park
  • Cincinnati, OH
L 4–6
November 29at Ohio Wesleyan Delaware, OH L 4–16

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References

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