The 1925 Army Black Knights football team represented the United States Military Academy. Led by head coach John McEwan, the team finished with a record of seven wins and two losses. The Black Knights offense scored 185 points, while the defense allowed 71 points. At season’s end, the team was not ranked in the National Rankings.
Regular season[edit | edit source]
- When an ill Babe Ruth could not lead the Yankees to the World Series in 1925, college football took center stage at Yankee Stadium that fall. The fiercely competitive Notre Dame–Army game moved to Yankee Stadium in 1925, where it remained until 1947.
Schedule[edit | edit source]
|Game||Date||Opponent||Result||Black Knights points||Opponents||Record|
|1||Oct. 3||Detroit Mercy||Win||31||6||1-0|
|2||Oct. 10||Knox College||Win||26||7||2-0|
|3||Oct. 17||Notre Dame||Win||27||0||3-0|
|4||Oct. 24||St. Louis||Win||19||0||4-0|
|5||Oct. 31||@ Yale||Loss||7||28||4-1|
|6||Nov. 7||Davis & Elkins College||Win||14||6||5-1|
|8||Nov. 21||Ursinus College||Win||44||0||6-2|
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- The annual contest between the Black Knights of Army and the Midshipmen of the Naval Academy at Annapolis (Navy) is among the most storied rivalries in all of college sports. See Army-Navy Game for historical background.
On November 28, Army beat Navy by a score of 10-3.
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