The 1929 Army Black Knights football team represented the United States Military Academy. Led by head coach Homer Smith, the team finished with a record of two wins and nine losses. The Black Knights offense scored 276 points, while the defense allowed 132 points. The club started the season with three wins and one tie but finished with six wins, four losses and one tie. At season’s end, the team was not ranked in the National Rankings.
- The 1929 game between Army and Notre Dame had the highest attendance in the series at 79,408.
|Game||Date||Opponent||Result||Black Knights points||Opponents||Record|
|1||Sept. 28||Boston University||Win||26||0||1-0-0|
|2||Oct. 5||Gettysburg College||Win||33||7||2-0-0|
|5||Oct. 26||@ Yale||Loss||13||21||3-1-1|
|6||Nov. 2||South Dakota||Win||33||6||4-1-1|
|8||Nov. 16||Dickson College||Win||89||7||5-2-1|
|9||Nov. 23||Ohio Wesleyan||Win||19||6||6-2-1|
|10||Nov. 30||@ Notre Dame||Loss||0||7||6-3-1|
|11||Dec. 28||@ Stanford||Loss||13||34||6-4-1|
- ↑ Notre Dame football media guide (PDF copy available at und.cstv.com)
- ↑ http://cfreference.net/cfr/school.s?id=82&season=1929
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