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|1925 Dartmouth Indians football|
|Head coach||Jesse Hawley (3rd season)|
|Home stadium||Memorial Field|
|1925 NCAA independents records|
The 1925 Dartmouth Indians football team represented Dartmouth College in the 1925 college football season. The team finished with an 8–0 record and was named as the 1925 national champion by the Dickinson System and Parke H. Davis. They outscored their opponents 340 to 29.
Andy Oberlander passed for 14 touchdowns and ran for 12. Dartmouth defeated Harvard 32–9, its best victory to date over the Crimson. In a 62–13 victory over Cornell, Oberlander had 477 yards in total offense, including six touchdown passes, a Dartmouth record which still stands. He was responsible for some 500 yards of total offense. Cornell coach Gil Dobie responded "We won the game 13–0, passing is not football." The season closed with a 33–7 victory over defending Big Ten champion Chicago. Oberlander threw three touchdowns.
|September 26||Norwich*||Memorial Field • Hanover, NH||W 59–0|
|October 3||Hobart*||Memorial Field • Hanover, NH||W 34–0|
|October 10||Vermont*||Memorial Field • Hanover, NH||W 50–0|
|October 17||Maine*||Memorial Field • Hanover, NH||W 56–0|
|October 24||at Harvard*||Harvard Stadium • Allston, MA||W 32–9|
|October 31||at Brown*||Brown Stadium • Providence, RI||W 14–0|
|November 7||Cornell*||Memorial Field • Hanover, NH||W 62–13|
|November 14||at Chicago*||Old Stagg Field • Chicago, IL||W 33–7|
|*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll.|
|Nathan Parker||tackle||Pennsylvania||Bellevue H S|
|George Tully||end||Orange, New Jersey||East Orange HS||5'10||180|
|Myles Lane||halfback||Melrose, Massachusetts||Melrose HS||6'1"||185|
|Andy Oberlander||halfback||Everett, Massachusetts||Everett HS||6'0"||197|