Always an early dominate team, Princeton would once again, rule the Intercollegiate Football Association (IFA) teams, finishing with a perfect slate of 6-0-0.
The team was so dominate this season even against its rival, Yale.
Both teams enter the fray undefeated, with Yale's only blemish a scoreless game against Amherst; as both schools played with 15 men per side.
Princeton scored 1 goal, 1 td and -2 Safeties which equaled to an 8-0 shutout victory.
Pennsylvania and Princeton met twice; with the latter game several long scoring plays highlighted the game.
A 90-yasrd run by H.H. Brotherlin and A.H. Cutts converted a 45-yard drop kick field goal to win the game for Princeton over Pennsylvania.
H.H. Lee's 40-yard kick gave the Quakers' their only points.
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*Yale wasn't an actual member of IFA; but played teams in the league.
Writer R.M. Hodge/The Outing Magazine named Princeton National Champion
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