1920 Akron Pros  11-0-3   1.000

Updated: 08/25/06

Day Date H/A Opponent Field/Park Score Atten Result Comments
Sun 10/03 H Wheeling (WV) Collegians League Park 43-0 4000 Won non-APFA game
Sun 10/10 H Columbus Panhandles League Park 37-0 2500 Won  
Sun 10/17 H Cincinnati Celts League Park 13-0 3000 Won non-APFA game
Sun 10/24 H Cleveland Tigers League Park 7-0 5000 Won  
Sun 10/31 A Canton Bulldogs Lakeside Park 10-0 10000 Won  
Sun 11/07 H Detroit Heralds League Park       (1)
Sun 11/14 A Cleveland Tigers League Park (Cle) 7-7 8000 Tied  
Sun 11/21 H Dayton Triangles League Park 13-0 3700 Won  
Thu 11/25 H Canton Bulldogs League Park 7-0 6500 Won  
Sun 11/28 A Dayton Triangles Triangle Park 14-0 5000 Won  
Sun 12/05 A Buffalo All-Americans Baseball Park 0-0 3000 Tied  
Sun 12/12 A Decatur Staleys Cubs Park 0-0 12000 Tied (2)
Sun Jan/15 A Conn All-Stars (Pasadena CA) Tournament Park 13-7 5000 Won non-APFA game (3)
Sun Jan/22 A Conn All-Stars (Los Angeles CA) Vernon Ball Park 21-7   Won non-APFA game (4)
Sun Jan/29 A San Joaquin (CA) Am. Legion at Pasadena (CA) 69-0   Won non-APFA game (5)

 

1 - game was cancelled due to rain. A tentative rematch against the Wheeling Collegians was scheduled on 11/07, but not played.

The Pros also cancelled a scheduled game against the Rock Island Independents on 11/07 to play the Detroit Heralds.

2 - this game was to decide the "World Championship"

3 - the Pros went on a winter tour and this was game 1 of 3

4 - the Pros went on a winter tour and this was game 2 of 3

5 - the Pros went on a winter tour and this was game 3 of 3

 

Final Record

 

                    Won:    6        Lost:    0        Tied:    3        APFA games

                    Won:    5        Lost:    0        Tied:    0        non-APFA games

 

Overall        Won:   11        Lost:    0        Tied:    3

 

Scoring

 

Points Scored:   151        Points Allowed:    7

Note: Scoring does not include the 3 Winter Tour games

 

Name TD's=Points FG's=Points Extra Points Safety Total Points
Pollard 7=42 0 0 0 42
Copley 0 1=3 15 1=2 20
McCormick 3=18 0 0 0 18
Nash 3=18 0 0 0 18
Nesser 3=18 0 1 0 18
Harris 2=12 0 0 0 12
King 1=6 0 3 0 9
Johnson 1=6 0 0 0 6
Sweetland 1=6 0 0 0 6
unknown 0 0 0 1=2 2

                                           

The Pros finished in 1st place in the fictional Eastern Division with a 6-0-3 record in APFA games.

Overall, the Pros came in 1st place in a 14-team league, enabling them to be awarded the Brunswick-

Balke Cup for the top team for 1920. click here for complete 1920 standings

 

The Pros had no open dates on their schedule.