1916 Buffalo All-Stars Season
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1916 Buffalo All-Stars Season
1916 Buffalo All-Stars season
Head coach Floyd
General manager Eugene F. Dooley
Home field Ryan's Park
Results
Record 7-3-1
Division place No divisions
Playoff finish No playoffs

The 1916 Buffalo All-Stars (or just "All-Buffalo" as they were known in local papers) played in the Buffalo Semi Pro Football division which was considered part of the New York Pro Football League and posted a 7-3-1 record.

Eugene F. Dooley played quarterback and also managed the team.[1]

Schedule

Game Date Opponent Result
1 October 1, 1916 Tonawanda Frontiers [2] W 7-0
2 October 8, 1916 at Toledo Maroons [3] L 15-0
3 October 15, 1916 at Canton Bulldogs [4] L 77-0
4 October 22, 1916 Jewish Young Men's Association [5] W 6-0
5 October 29, 1916 All-Tonawanda [6] W 6-0
6 November 5, 1916 All-Lancaster [7] T 0-0
7 November 12, 1916 Buffalo High School All-Stars [8] W 20-0
8 November 19, 1916 at All-Tonawanda [9] L 3-0
9 November 26, 1916 All-Tonawanda [10] W 6-0
10 November 30, 1916 All-Lancaster [11] W 13-0
11 December 3, 1916 Rochester Jeffersons [12][n 1] W 7-6

References

  1. ^ "All-Buffalo Eleven Calls First Practice.", Buffalo Evening News, Buffalo, NY - September 16, 1916.
  2. ^ "All-Buffalo Wins From Frontiers 7-0." Buffalo Courier, Buffalo, NY - October 2, 1916.
  3. ^ "All-Buffalo Shows Much Class in Defeat" Buffalo Evening News, Buffalo, NY - October 9, 1916.
  4. ^ "Results of Semi-Pro Football Clashes" Buffalo Evening News, Buffalo, NY - October 16, 1916.
  5. ^ "J.Y.M.A.'s Beaten By All-Buffalos in Great Game, 6-0." Buffalo Courier, Buffalo, NY - October 23, 1916.
  6. ^ "Bleich's Plunge Nets All-Buffalo Thrilling Victory." Buffalo Courier., Buffalo, NY - October 30, 1916.
  7. ^ "Lancaster Holds All-Buffalo Team to Scoreless Draw." Buffalo Courier., Buffalo, NY - November 6, 1916.
  8. ^ "All-Buffalo Wins From High School Selected Eleven." Buffalo Courier., Buffalo, NY - November 13, 1916.
  9. ^ "Lewis' Drop Kick Beats All-Buffalo." Buffalo Courier., Buffalo, NY - November 20, 1916.
  10. ^ "Gridiron Contests by Semi-Pro Elevens." Buffalo Evening News., Buffalo, NY - November 27, 1916.
  11. ^ "All-Buffalo Wins Rough Game From All-Lancaster." Buffalo Evening News., Buffalo, NY - December 1, 1916.
  12. ^ "All-Buffalo Wins With On-Side Kick." Buffalo Courier., Buffalo, NY - December 4, 1916.
  13. ^ "State Title Claimed By Jefferons.," Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, NY - December 4, 1916.

Notes

  1. ^ The outcome of the game was disputed as the Rochester team considered the Buffalo on-side kick and subsequent score illegal. Rochester claimed a 6-0 victory over Buffalo and the state title.[13]



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