1910-1919

YEAR DATE VENUE   1 2 3 4   FINAL COACH

1910 11/24 Austin Texas 0 0 0 0   0 W.S. Wasmund
    Clark Field Oklahoma 0 0 3 0   3 Bennie Owen

1911 11/30 Austin Texas 3 0 0 0   3 Dave Allerdice
    Clark Field Oklahoma 0 6 0 0   6 Bennie Owen

1912 10/19 Dallas Texas 6 0 0 0   6 Dave Allerdice
    Gaston Park Oklahoma 0 7 7 7   21 Bennie Owen

1913 11/10 Houston Texas 7 7 0 0   14 Dave Allerdice
    West End Park Oklahoma 0 0 0 6   6 Bennie Owen

1914 10/24 Dallas Texas 6 0 7 19   32 Dave Allerdice
    Gaston Park Oklahoma 7 0 0 0   7 Bennie Owen

1915 10/23 Dallas Texas 7 0 6 0   13 Dave Allerdice
    Gaston Park Oklahoma 7 0 0 7   14 Bennie Owen

1916 10/19 Dallas Texas 7 0 7 7   21 Eugene Van Gent
    Gaston Park Oklahoma 0 0 7 0   7 Bennie Owen

1917 10/20 Dallas Texas 0 0 0 0   0 Bill Juneau
    Gaston Park Oklahoma 7 0 7 0   14 Bennie Owen

1918   NO GAME            

1919 10/18 Dallas Texas 0 0 0 7   7 Bill Juneau
    Gaston Park Oklahoma 0 2 7 3   12 Bennie Owen

NOTES:

1910 - Field Goals were awarded three points, and the games were now divided into four 15 minute quarters.

1912 - Touchdowns were awarded 6 points.

1914 - While 6,000 fans were watching Texas-OU, 71,000 fans packed the Yale Bowl in Cambridge, MA to see Harvard-Yale.

1915 - The first season for the Southwest Conference. Both Texas and Oklahoma are charter members.

1915 - Attendance swells to 12,000.

1915 - The scoring team was now required to kick-off after their score.

1915 - OU wins the first-ever SWC Championship after Baylor is declared ineligible for using an illegal player.

1916 - Texas wins its first ever SWC Championship.

1918 - The game was cancelled with the Spanish Influenza epidemic reached Oklahoma and a quarantine order was issued.

1919 - OU leaves the SWC at the end of the season. Texas-OU would not be played in 1920 and 1921 because of an MVC rule against playing non-league opponents at neutral sites.

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