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1925 Hartford Blues season

1925 Hartford Blues season
Head coach Dick McGrath
Home field Brassco Field, Clarkin Field
Results
Record 10-2
Division place Independent team
Playoff finish "No Playoffs"
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
1924      1926

The 1925 Waterbury-Hartford Blues season was their second season in existence and their last independent season before joining the National Football League in 1926. The team finished the season with a 10-2 record.[1] The team also relocated to Hartford from Waterbury midway through the season. With the change in venue, the team was renamed the Hartford Blues.[2]

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result
1 September 27, 1925 Yonkers Caseys W 32-0
2 October 4, 1925 at Hartford West Sides W 17-3
3 October 11, 1925 All-Adams W 34-0
4 October 18, 1925 at Rochester Jeffersons W 7-6
5 November 1, 1925 at Newark F.B.C. W 26-0
6 November 8, 1925 Rochester Jeffersons W 8-6
7 November 15, 1925 All-New Britain L 0-6
8 November 22, 1925 All-Norwalk W 9-6
9 November 29, 1925 at All-New Britain W 28-7
10 December 6, 1925 at Marquette University W 12-0
11 December 6, 1925 at St. Alphonsus (Boston) W 10-0
11 December 12, 1925 Cleveland Bulldogs L 6-13

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