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The 1915 NCAA football season had no clear-cut champion, with the Official NCAA Division I Football Records Book listing Cornell, Oklahoma, and Pittsburgh as having been selected national champions. Only Cornell and Pittsburgh claim national championships for the 1915 season.
The Southwest Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, later known as the Southwest Conference, began its first season of play in 1915. The league had eight founding members in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.
The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, now a Division III conference, began football play in 1915.
1915 college football season Wikipedia
The Rose Bowl was played for the first time since its inception on January 1, 1902, following the 1901 season. Washington State would defeat Brown 14-0. The game has been played annually ever since.
The following is a potentially incomplete list of conference standings:
The consensus All-America team included:Team scoring most points: Vanderbilt, 514 to 38.
Player scoring most points: Jerry DaPrato, Michigan Agricultural, 185
Player scoring most touchdowns: Jerry DaPrato, Michigan Agricultural, 34
Player scoring most goals after touchdown: F. Parke Geyer, Oklahoma, 56
Player scoring most field goals: William T. Van de Graaff, Alabama, 11
Longest punt: Fritz Shiverick, Cornell, 86 yards, inclusive of roll of ball
Longest run from kickoff: John Barrett, Washington & Lee, 101 yards
Longest punt return: James DeHart, Pittsburgh, 105 yards
Longest run from scrimmage: Dave Tayloe, North Carolina, and John R. Georgetown, 90 yards each