1963 Cincinnati Bearcats football team

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1963 Cincinnati Bearcats football
MVC co-champion
Conference Missouri Valley Conference
1963 record6–4 (2–1 MVC)
Head coach Chuck Studley (3rd season)
Home stadium Nippert Stadium
Seasons
  1962
1964  
1963 Missouri Valley Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L T  W L T
Wichita $310  720
Cincinnati 210  640
Tulsa 220  550
North Texas State 220  360
Louisville 030  370
  • $ Conference champion

The 1963 Cincinnati Bearcats football team represented the University of Cincinnati in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) during the 1963 NCAA University Division football season. In their third season under head coach Chuck Studley, the Bearcats compiled an 6–4 record (2–1 against conference opponents) and shared the MVC championship with Wichita. [1]

Schedule

DateTimeOpponentSiteResult
September 218:00 p.m. Drake *W 28–0
September 28at Army *L 0–22
October 58:00 p.m. Xavier *
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH (rivalry)
W 35–22
October 12at Tulsa L 21–15
October 192:00 p.m. Detroit *Dagger-14-plain.png
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH
W 35–0
October 26at Indiana *L 6–20
November 22:00 p.m. Dayton *
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH
W 35–8
November 92:00 p.m. North Texas State
  • Nippert Stadium
  • Cincinnati, OH
W 39–7
November 16at Wichita L 20–23
November 28 Miami (OH) *
L 19–21
  • *Non-conference game
  • Dagger-14-plain.pngHomecoming

[2]

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References

  1. "2009 Cincinnati Football Media Guide Online" (PDF). University of Cincinnati. p. 186. Retrieved February 20, 2018.
  2. "1963 Cincinnati Bearcats Schedule and Results". Sports Reference. Retrieved April 15, 2019.