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Crazy Historical Football stats

Post by Paytonlives » Thu May 16, 2019 8:59 am

Ye it was a long time ago but these are crazy:

In 1907
Every game was a shutout
4 Wins all by shutout
1 loss, a shutout
and yes a 0-0 tie (If we were the kittens we would call it a National Championship)
Montana Wesleyan.................W...................62-0
Fort Shaw Indians...................W...................28-0
at Wash. State ............................L...................38-0
Montana Tech .........................W...................12-0
Spokane Athletic Club ...........W...................12-0
at Montana Tech ...................... T..................... 0-0

In 1908
The Griz football team went 1-2-1
Scored only 12 points and gave up only 15
Montana State .......................... T..................... 0-0
Montana Tech .........................W..................... 8-5
at Montana Tech .......................L..................... 5-4
at kittens.... .......................L .................... 5-0

Biggest Wins by points
1904 beat the kittens 79-0
1914 Beat Butte Ramblers 87-0
Oct 9 1920 Beat Carroll College 133-0
Oct 25, 1924 Beat Montana Tech 106-6

Biggest Loses by points
(Note I cant find one game where UM has ever given up 70+ points)
1963 Lost 62-6 to Utah State
1959 Lost 58-0 to Wyoming
1958 Lost 57-7 to Colorado State
1956 Lost 61-7 To UCLA
1942 Lost 68-16 to Washington State
Bobby Hauck 2008 (After beating the kittens)

"I wish there were 5 quarters in this game, so we could kick their asses some more!"

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Post by Paytonlives » Thu May 16, 2019 9:05 am

POINTS AND SCORING:

1869--All goals count 1 pt. each.
1883--Safety 1, touchdown 2, goal after TD 4, goal from field 5.
1884--Safety 2, TD 4, (Field) goal after TD 2.
1898--Touchdown 5, (Field) goal after TD 1.
1904-- Goal from field 4.
1909--Goal from field 3.
1912--Touchdown 6.
1922--Try for point after TD from 5 yd. line.
1929--Try for PAT from 2 yd. line.
1958--One and two point conversions from 3 yd. line.
Bobby Hauck 2008 (After beating the kittens)

"I wish there were 5 quarters in this game, so we could kick their asses some more!"

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Re: Crazy Historical Football stats

Post by getgrizzy » Thu May 16, 2019 9:34 am

Paytonlives wrote:
Thu May 16, 2019 8:59 am
Ye it was a long time ago but these are crazy:

In 1907
Every game was a shutout
4 Wins all by shutout
1 loss, a shutout
and yes a 0-0 tie (If we were the kittens we would call it a National Championship)
Montana Wesleyan.................W...................62-0
Fort Shaw Indians...................W...................28-0
at Wash. State ............................L...................38-0
Montana Tech .........................W...................12-0
Spokane Athletic Club ...........W...................12-0
at Montana Tech ...................... T..................... 0-0

In 1908
The Griz football team went 1-2-1
Scored only 12 points and gave up only 15
Montana State .......................... T..................... 0-0
Montana Tech .........................W..................... 8-5
at Montana Tech .......................L..................... 5-4
at kittens.... .......................L .................... 5-0

Biggest Wins by points
1904 beat the kittens 79-0
1914 Beat Butte Ramblers 87-0
Oct 9 1920 Beat Carroll College 133-0
Oct 25, 1924 Beat Montana Tech 106-6

Biggest Loses by points
(Note I cant find one game where UM has ever given up 70+ points)
1963 Lost 62-6 to Utah State
1959 Lost 58-0 to Wyoming
1958 Lost 57-7 to Colorado State
1956 Lost 61-7 To UCLA
1942 Lost 68-16 to Washington State
Well, if we give up 70+ this year, it’s going to be your fault!

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Re: Crazy Historical Football stats

Post by reinell30 » Thu May 16, 2019 9:38 am

Paytonlives wrote:
Thu May 16, 2019 8:59 am
Ye it was a long time ago but these are crazy:

In 1907
Every game was a shutout
4 Wins all by shutout
1 loss, a shutout
and yes a 0-0 tie (If we were the kittens we would call it a National Championship)
Montana Wesleyan.................W...................62-0
Fort Shaw Indians...................W...................28-0
at Wash. State ............................L...................38-0
Montana Tech .........................W...................12-0
Spokane Athletic Club ...........W...................12-0
at Montana Tech ...................... T..................... 0-0

In 1908
The Griz football team went 1-2-1
Scored only 12 points and gave up only 15
Montana State .......................... T..................... 0-0
Montana Tech .........................W..................... 8-5
at Montana Tech .......................L..................... 5-4
at kittens.... .......................L .................... 5-0

Biggest Wins by points
1904 beat the kittens 79-0
1914 Beat Butte Ramblers 87-0
Oct 9 1920 Beat Carroll College 133-0
Oct 25, 1924 Beat Montana Tech 106-6

Biggest Loses by points
(Note I cant find one game where UM has ever given up 70+ points)
1963 Lost 62-6 to Utah State
1959 Lost 58-0 to Wyoming
1958 Lost 57-7 to Colorado State
1956 Lost 61-7 To UCLA
1942 Lost 68-16 to Washington State
Cool Facts! Thank you for sharing!

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Re: Crazy Historical Football stats

Post by cclarkblues » Thu May 16, 2019 9:43 am

Paytonlives wrote:
Thu May 16, 2019 9:05 am
POINTS AND SCORING:

1869--All goals count 1 pt. each.
1883--Safety 1, touchdown 2, goal after TD 4, goal from field 5.
1884--Safety 2, TD 4, (Field) goal after TD 2.
1898--Touchdown 5, (Field) goal after TD 1.
1904-- Goal from field 4.
1909--Goal from field 3.
1912--Touchdown 6.
1922--Try for point after TD from 5 yd. line.
1929--Try for PAT from 2 yd. line.
1958--One and two point conversions from 3 yd. line.
Thanks Payton, now we're going to have posters insisting that they remember that the goal from field 4 happened in 1903, not 1904.
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Re: Crazy Historical Football stats

Post by Yukon » Thu May 16, 2019 9:46 am

Paytonlives wrote:
Thu May 16, 2019 8:59 am
Y
Biggest Loses by points
(Note I cant find one game where UM has ever given up 70+ points)
1963 Lost 62-6 to Utah State
1959 Lost 58-0 to Wyoming
1958 Lost 57-7 to Colorado State
1956 Lost 61-7 To UCLA
1942 Lost 68-16 to Washington State
2017 Lost 63-7 to Washington
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Re: Crazy Historical Football stats

Post by Buttegrizzle » Mon May 20, 2019 10:26 pm

Here are some crazy stats just taken off the list of 2019 Griz on the Deans list:

Most TD passes in a high school game by Spring 2019 Deans list (or any other place or time for that matter)? (7) by now offensive lineman Dylan Cook (Butte vs Hellgate 2014)

Worst punting average on this list? Dalton Sneed longest punt in high school: 26 yards. (To be fair, his only punt)

Most Montana High school extra points ever scored in a season: Brandon Purdy (128)

Player on Deans List to score game winning play in his first varsity game? Nate Ferguson (game winning FG in double OT (Butte vs Skyview, 2015)

Congrats to 2019 Dean’s List and President’s List
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