1924 NYU Violets football team

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1924 NYU Violets football
ConferenceIndependent
Record3–3–1
Head coach
Home stadium Ohio Field
Seasons
  1923
1925  
1924 Eastern college football independents records
ConfOverall
TeamW L TW L T
No. 9 Dartmouth   7 0 1
No. 3 Yale   6 0 2
No. 8 Penn   9 1 1
Rutgers   7 1 1
Bucknell   8 2 0
Lafayette   7 2 0
Washington & Jefferson   7 2 0
Holy Cross   7 1 1
Army   5 1 2
Syracuse   8 2 1
Fordham   6 2 0
Lehigh   4 1 3
Boston College   6 3 0
Penn State   6 3 1
Princeton   4 2 1
Springfield   4 2 1
Columbia   5 3 1
Pittsburgh   5 3 1
NYU   4 3 1
CCNY   4 3 0
Brown   5 4 0
Carnegie Tech   5 4 0
Colgate   5 4 0
Cornell   4 4 0
Harvard   4 4 0
Tufts   3 4 2
Franklin & Marshall   3 5 1
Villanova   2 5 1
Drexel   2 7 0
Vermont   2 7 0
Temple   1 4 0
Boston University   1 5 0
Buffalo   1 7 0
Rankings from Dickinson System

The 1924 NYU Violets football team was an American football team that represented New York University as an independent during the 1924 college football season. In their third year under head coach Tom Thorp, the team compiled a 3–3–1 record.

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResultAttendanceSource
October 4 St. Stephen's College W 19–0 [1]
October 11 Union (NY)
  • Ohio Field
  • Bronx, NY
T 6–6 [2]
October 18 CCNY
  • Ohio Field
  • Bronx, NY
W 7–010,000 [3]
October 25 Trinity (CT)
  • Ohio Field
  • Bronx, NY
W 12–0 [4]
November 1vs. Fordham
L 0–2711,000 [5]
November 8at Columbia
L 0–40 [6]
November 15 Rutgers
  • Ohio Field
  • Bronx, NY
L 3–41 [7]

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References

  1. "N.Y.U. conquers St. Stephens, 19–0 in opening game". The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. October 5, 1924. Retrieved February 6, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  2. "N.Y.U. and Union grid teams play 6 to 6 tie". Times Union. October 12, 1924. Retrieved February 5, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  3. "Tom Thorp's N.Y.U. team beats plucky City College eleven by lone touchdown". The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. October 19, 1924. Retrieved February 6, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  4. "Trinity holds New York University to single touchdown". The Hartford Daily Courant. October 26, 1924. Retrieved February 5, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  5. "Graham leads Fordham to assault on weak N.Y.U. eleven for 27–0 defeat". The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. November 2, 1924. Retrieved February 6, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  6. "Columbia runs wild and beats N.Y.U. 40 to 0". The Brooklyn Citizen. November 9, 1924. Retrieved February 6, 2021 via Newspapers.com.
  7. "Rutgers, without Benkert, trounces N.Y.U. in slow game, 41 to 3". The Daily Home News. November 16, 1924. Retrieved February 6, 2021 via Newspapers.com.