|1911 Ottawa Rough Riders season|
|Head coach||Tom Clancy|
|Home field||Lansdowne Park|
|League place||3rd, IRFU|
|Playoff finish||Did not qualify|
The 1911 Ottawa Rough Riders finished in 3rd place in the Interprovincial Rugby Football Union with a 3–3 record and failed to qualify for the playoffs.
|Ottawa Rough Riders||6||3||3||0||61||83||6|
|Montreal Football Club||6||1||5||0||49||78||2|
|1||Oct 7||vs. Montreal Football Club||15–9||Win||1–0|
|2||Oct 14||at Hamilton Tigers||33–0||Loss||1–1|
|3||Oct 21||at Toronto Argonauts||7–4||Loss||1–2|
|4||Oct 28||vs. Hamilton Tigers||23–9||Win||2–2|
|5||Nov 4||at Montreal Football Club||18–17||Win||3–2|
|6||Nov 11||vs. Toronto Argonauts||8–1||Loss||3–3|
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