|1908 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football|
|Conference||Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association|
|1908 record||6–3 (4–3 SIAA)|
|Head coach||John Heisman (5th season)|
|Home stadium||Ponce de Leon Park|
|1908 SIAA football standings|
The 1908 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team represented the Georgia Institute of Technology during the 1908 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association football season. J. R. Davis was selected All-Southern. Vanderbilt coach Dan McGugin wrote, "He has one glaring fault—a tendency to tackle around the eyebrows. Otherwise he is a splendid foot ball man. He weighs two hundred pounds, is never hurt, never fumbles, bucks a line hard and furnishes excellent interference. He was the strength and stay of Tech."
Before the season
The University of Georgia attacked Tech's recruitment tactics in football. UGA alumni incited a Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association investigation into Tech's recruitment of a player UGA had recruited as well. The Georgia Alumni claimed that Tech had created a fraudulent scholarship fund, which they used to persuade the player to attend Tech rather than UGA. The SIAA ruled in favor of Tech, but the 1908 game was cancelled that season due to bad blood between the rivals.
|October 3||Gordon*||Piedmont Park • Atlanta, GA||W 32–0|
|October 10||Mooney*||Piedmont Park • Atlanta, GA||W 30–0|
|October 17||Mississippi A&M||Ponce de Leon Park • Atlanta, GA||W 23–0|
|October 24||Alabama||Ponce de Leon Park • Atlanta, GA||W 11–6|
|October 31||Tennessee||Ponce de Leon Park • Atlanta, GA||L 5–6|
|November 7||Auburn||Ponce de Leon Park • Atlanta, GA (Rivalry)||L 0–44|
|November 14||Sewanee||Ponce de Leon Park • Atlanta, GA||L 0–6|
|November 19||Mercer||Ponce de Leon Park • Atlanta, GA||W 16–6|
|November 26||Clemson||Ponce de Leon Park • Atlanta, GA (Rivalry)||W 30–6|
- Spalding's Football Guide. 1909. p. 75.
- "Inventory of the Athletic Association Records, 1892–1978". Georgia Tech Archives. Georgia Tech Library. Archived from the original on 21 June 2010. Retrieved 2007-09-21.
- "Georgia Tech Media Guide".
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