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1936 Northeastern Huskies football team

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1936 Northeastern Huskies football
ConferenceIndependent
1936 record5–4
Head coachAlfred McCoy (4th season)
CaptainJacob Hart
Home stadiumKent Street Field
Seasons
← 1935
1937 →

The 1936 Northeastern Huskies football team represented Northeastern University during the 1936 college football season. It was the program's fourth season and they finished with a record of 5–4.[1][2] Their head coach was Alfred McCoy serving in his fourth and final season, and their captain was Jacob Hart.[2]

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Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
September 26American InternationalW 22–0
October 3at Boston CollegeL 6–26
October 10at Springfield (MA)Springfield, MAL 7–9
October 17St. Lawrence
  • Kent Street Field
  • Brookline, MA
W 13–7
October 23Rhode Island
  • Kent Street Field
  • Brookline, MA
W 15–12
October 31Arnold
  • Kent Street Field
  • Brookline, MA
W 12–6
November 7at Saint AnselmGoffstown, NHL 0–19
November 14Connecticut State
  • Kent Street Field
  • Brookline, MA
L 13–14
November 21Lowell
  • Kent Street Field
  • Brookline, MA
W 45–0

References

  1. ^ "1936 Northeastern Huskies football results". College Football Data Warehouse. William Goodyear. Retrieved May 1, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Annual Results: 1936". NUHuskies.com. Northeastern University. 2019. Retrieved May 1, 2019.
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