1928 Penn State Nittany Lions football
ConferenceIndependent
Record3–5–1
Head coach
CaptainDonn Greenshields, Steven Hamas
Home stadiumNew Beaver Field
Seasons
← 1927
1929 →
1928 Eastern college football independents records
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T W   L   T
Boston College     9 0 0
Villanova     7 0 1
Brown     8 1 0
Penn     8 1 0
Carnegie Tech     7 1 0
Army     8 2 0
Drexel     8 2 0
NYU     8 2 0
Temple     7 1 2
Lafayette     6 1 2
Princeton     5 1 2
CCNY     4 1 2
Pittsburgh     6 2 1
Harvard     5 2 1
Tufts     5 2 1
Colgate     6 3 0
Rutgers     6 3 0
Bucknell     5 2 3
Columbia     5 3 1
Boston University     3 3 2
Cornell     3 3 2
Syracuse     4 4 1
Yale     4 4 0
Fordham     4 5 0
Franklin & Marshall     4 5 0
Penn State     3 5 1
Lehigh     3 6 0
Washington & Jefferson     2 5 2
Providence     1 5 3
Vermont     1 7 2

The 1928 Penn State Nittany Lions football team represented the Pennsylvania State University in the 1928 college football season.[1] The team was coached by Hugo Bezdek and played its home games in New Beaver Field in State College, Pennsylvania.

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResultAttendanceSource
September 29Lebanon ValleyW 25–04,000
October 6Gettysburg
  • New Beaver Field
  • State College, PA
W 12–05,000
October 13Bucknell
  • New Beaver Field
  • State College, PA
L 0–612,000
October 20at PennL 0–1465,000
October 27Syracusedagger
  • New Beaver Field
  • State College, PA (rivalry)
T 6–615,000
November 3vs. Notre Dame
  • Franklin Field
  • Philadelphia, PA
L 0–930,000
November 10George Washington
  • New Beaver Field
  • State College, PA
W 50–05,000[2][3]
November 17at LafayetteL 0–7
November 29at PittsburghL 0–2632,209[4]
  • daggerHomecoming

References

  1. ^ "Penn State Yearly Results (1925-1929)". College Football Data Warehouse. David DeLassus. Archived from the original on August 5, 2015. Retrieved August 10, 2015.
  2. ^ "Despite gallant fight G.E. goes down before attack of Penn eleven". The University Hatchet. November 14, 1928. Retrieved February 13, 2021 – via Internet Archive.
  3. ^ "Penn State wallops George Washington". The Morning Call. November 11, 1928. Retrieved February 13, 2021 – via Newspapers.com.
  4. ^ "Pitt Hands State 26 to 0 Lacing In Turkey Day Clash". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. November 30, 1928. p. 1 – via Newspapers.com.