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1963 Northeastern Huskies football team

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1963 Northeastern Huskies football
Eastern Bowl, L 6–27 vs. East Carolina
1963 record8–1
Head coachJoe Zabilski (16th season)
CaptainJoe Davis
Home stadiumKent Street Field
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The 1963 Northeastern Huskies football team represented Northeastern University during the 1963 NCAA College Division football season. It was the program's 28th season and they finished with an overall record of 8–1.[1][2] After an undefeated regular season in which Northeastern went 8–0 and outscored their opponents 237 to 42, they were invited to their first (and program's only) bowl game – the Eastern Bowl, played in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where the Huskies lost to East Carolina 27–6.[2] Their head coach was Joe Zabilski and their captain was All-American Joe Davis.[2]

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September 21Rhode IslandW 28–13
September 28Bridgeport
  • Kent Street Field
  • Brookline, MA
W 20–9
October 5Bates
  • Kent Street Field
  • Brookline, MA
W 41–6
October 12at American InternationalSpringfield, MAW 35–8
October 19Springfield (MA)
  • Kent Street Field
  • Brookline, MA
W 14–0
October 26at New HampshireW 26–0
November 2at Merchant Marine
W 39–6
November 9Tufts
  • Kent Street Field
  • Brookline, MA
W 34–0
December 14vs. East CarolinaL 6–27


  1. ^ "1963 Northeastern Huskies football results". College Football Data Warehouse. William Goodyear. Retrieved May 3, 2019.
  2. ^ a b c "Annual Results: 1963". Northeastern University. 2019. Retrieved May 3, 2019.

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