|1937 Fordham Rams football|
|Home stadium||Polo Grounds|
|1937 Eastern college football independents records|
|No. 1 Pittsburgh||–||9||–||0||–||1|
|No. 6 Villanova||–||8||–||0||–||1|
|No. 3 Fordham||–||7||–||0||–||1|
|No. 7 Dartmouth||–||7||–||0||–||2|
|No. T–14 Holy Cross||–||8||–||0||–||2|
|St. Thomas (PA)||–||6||–||1||–||1|
|No. 12 Yale||–||6||–||1||–||1|
|No. 12 Manhattan||–||6||–||3||–||1|
|Rankings from AP Poll|
The 1937 Fordham Rams football team represented Fordham University during the 1937 college football season. Once again, the Rams' offense dominated with over 100 points scored in the first two games. The defense held every opponent to seven points or less per game, and recorded five shutouts, including top-ranked Pittsburgh and No. 19 ranked North Carolina. The Rams' went undefeated with a 7–0���1 record and were third in the final AP rankings, only giving up 16 points all season.
For the third consecutive year, Fordham and Pitt played to a scoreless tie. The season's first AP poll was released a few days later, with Pitt third and Fordham ninth; the Panthers finished the season as national champions at 9–0–1.
|October 2||Franklin & Marshall||W 66–0||8,000|
|October 9||Waynesburg||W 48–0||8,000|||
|October 16||Pittsburgh||T 0–0||53,000|||
|October 23||TCU||No. 9||W 7–6||25,000|
|October 30||at No. 15 North Carolina||No. 10||W 14–0||24,000|||
|November 6||Purdue||No. 5||W 21–3||40,000|
|November 20||Saint Mary's||No. 4||W 6–0||35,000|
|November 27||vs. NYU||No. 3||W 20–7||65,000|||
- Smith, Chester L. (October 17, 1937). "Pitt-Fordham in third scoreless tie". Pittsburgh Press. p. 1, sports.
- "Waynesburg Is Routed by Rams, 48-0". The Washington Post. October 10, 1937. p. X10.
- "Fordham Turns Back North Carolina, 14 to 0". Daily Boston Globe. October 31, 1937. p. C24.
- Feder, Sid (November 28, 1937). "Rams Wallop Violets, 20-7". The Washington Post. p. X1.
- Luchter, P.S. "List of all Amateur Football games played at The Polo Grounds, New York". luckyshow.org.