1899 Cincinnati football team

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1899 Cincinnati football
ConferenceIndependent
1899 record5–2
Head coach
CaptainHoward Nieman
Home stadium Union Ball Park
Seasons
  1898
1900  
1899 Midwestern college football independents records
Conf  Overall
TeamW L T  W L T
Kansas     1000
North Dakota     600
Detroit College     500
Ohio State     901
Iowa     801
Washington University     510
Missouri     920
Chicago P&S     410
Mount Union     511
Indiana     620
Wabash     101
Cincinnati     520
Drake     520
Heidelberg     520
Buchtel     210
Doane     210
Notre Dame     631
Central Michigan     320
Fairmount     212
Carthage     321
Wittenberg     540
Iowa State     541
Rush Medical     331
Ohio     220
Ohio Wesleyan     550
Haskell     450
Lake Forest     462
Kansas State     230
Michigan Agricultural     241
Iowa State Normal     132
Washburn     252
Butler     130
Miami (OH)     150
Nebraska     171
North Dakota Agricultural     010
Baldwin–Wallace     040

The 1899 Cincinnati football team was an American football team that represented the University of Cincinnati as an independent during the 1899 college football season. In their first season under head coach Daniel A. Reed, the Bearcats compiled a 5–2 record. Howard Nieman was the team captain. The team played its home games at Union Ball Park in Cincinnati. [1]

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
October 7 Miami (OH) W 22–0
October 21at Vanderbilt W 6–0
October 28 Centre
  • Union Ball Park
  • Cincinnati, OH
W 26–0
November 4at Indiana
L 0–35
November 11at Washington & Jefferson L 0–20
November 18Alumni
  • Union Ball Park
  • Cincinnati, OH
W 6–0
November 30at Ohio Wesleyan Delaware, OH W 28–5

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References

  1. "2009 University of Cincinnati Football Media Guide" (PDF). gobearcats.com. University of Cincinnati. 2009. Retrieved August 23, 2019.