|1913 college football season|
|Champion(s)|| Auburn |
The 1913 college football season had no clear-cut champion, with the Official NCAA Division I Football Records Book listing Auburn, Chicago, and Harvard as having been selected national champions.All three teams finished with undefeated records. Chicago and Harvard officially claim national championships for the 1913 season.
Chicago was also the champion of the Western Conference, Missouri was champion of the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MVIAA), and Colorado won the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
|School||1912 Conference||1913 Conference|
|Kansas State Wildcats||Independent||MVIAA|
|North Texas State Normal football||Program Established||Independent|
|Ohio State Buckeyes||OAC||Big Nine (Western)|
|Western Kentucky State Normal Hilltoppers||Program Established||Independent|
|Central Intercollegiate Athletics Association||Hampton Institute||4–0|
|Inter-Normal Athletic Conference of Wisconsin|| Superior Normal |
|Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference|| Kansas State Agricultural |
|Louisiana Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Unknown||—|
|Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Olivet||3–1|
|Ohio Athletic Conference||Oberlin||5–0–1|
|Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Fisk (TN)||—|
|Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association||Texas||—|
The consensus All-America team included:
|QB||Ellery Huntington Jr.||5'9"||160||Sr.||Nashville, Tennessee||Colgate|
|QB||Gus Dorais||Sr.||Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin||Notre Dame|
|HB||James B. Craig||160||Sr.||Detroit, Michigan||Michigan|
|HB||Eddie Mahan||5'11"||171||So.||Natick, Massachusetts||Harvard|
|FB||Charlie Brickley||5'10"||181||Jr.||Everett, Massachusetts||Harvard|
|E||Robert Hogsett||5'6"||156||Sr.||Cleveland, Ohio||Dartmouth|
|T||Miller Pontius||6'1"||189||Sr.||Circleville, Ohio||Michigan|
|T||Bud Talbott||6'1"||190||Jr.||Dayton, Ohio||Yale|
|G||John Brown||Sr.||Canton, Pennsylvania||Navy|
|G||Ray Keeler||Jr.||Bagley, Wisconsin||Wisconsin|
|C||Paul Des Jardien||6'5"||190||Jr.||Chicago, Illinois||Chicago|
|G||Stan Pennock||5'8"||193||Jr.||Syracuse, New York||Harvard|
|T||Harold Ballin||6'1"||194||Jr.||New York, New York||Princeton|
|T||Harvey Hitchcock||Sr.||Kingdom of Hawaii||Harvard|
|E||Louis A. Merrilat||Jr.||Chicago, Illinois||Army|
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