|1968 Troy State Red Wave football|
|Conference||Alabama Collegiate Conference|
|1968 record||11–1 (3–0 ACC)|
|Offensive scheme||Spread offense|
|Home stadium||Veterans Memorial Stadium|
The 1968 Troy State Red Wave football team represented Troy State University during the 1968 NAIA football season. The Red Wave played their home games at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Troy, Alabama. The 1968 team came off an 8–2 record and an Alabama Collegiate Conference championship from the previous season. The 1968 team was led by coach Billy Atkins. The team finished the season with an 11–1 record and made the NAIA playoffs. The Red Wave defeated Texas A&I, 45–35, in the NAIA National Championship Game to secure the program's first national championship.
|September 14||at Samford*||W 49–31|
|September 21||Gordon Military*||W 47–7|
|September 28||vs. Livingston||W 42–23|
|October 5||Sam Houston State*||W 37-19|
|October 12||Delta State*||W 35-23|
|October 19||at Jacksonville State||W 31–0|
|October 26||at North Alabama||W 41–0|
|November 2||McNeese State*||W 52–0|
|November 3||at Tennessee-Martin*||L 3–12|
|November 16||Concord*||W 76–0|
|December 7||vs. No. 3 Willamette*||No. 2||W 63–10|
|December 14||vs. No. 1 Texas A&I*||No. 2||W 45–35|
- DeLassus, David (2016). "Troy Yearly Results". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved June 10, 2016.
- "Troy State 1968 Schedule/Results". Troy University. Retrieved October 9, 2018.
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