The 1913 Idaho football team represented the University of Idaho in the 1913 college football season. Idaho was led by ninth-year head coach John "Pink" Griffith and played as an independent; they joined the Pacific Coast Conference nine years later in 1922. The two home games were played in Moscow, but off campus; the new MacLean Field opened the following season. In the season opener in Spokane, Idaho whipped Gonzaga 54−3, then posted a second-straight win over Washington State in the Battle of the Palouse, 3–0 in Moscow.

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  • The 1913 Idaho football team represented the University of Idaho in the 1913 college football season. Idaho was led by ninth-year head coach John "Pink" Griffith and played as an independent; they joined the Pacific Coast Conference nine years later in 1922. The two home games were played in Moscow, but off campus; the new MacLean Field opened the following season. In the season opener in Spokane, Idaho whipped Gonzaga 54−3, then posted a second-straight win over Washington State in the Battle of the Palouse, 3–0 in Moscow. Rival Montana was not played this season, and Idaho's three losses were all in Oregon, concluding on New Year's Day against the Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland. With wins over Gonzaga, Washington State, and Whitman, Idaho was the champion of the Inland Empire. It was Griffith's penultimate year as head coach; he left for Oklahoma A&M (now Oklahoma State) in Stillwater after the 1914 season. (en)
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  • The 1913 Idaho football team represented the University of Idaho in the 1913 college football season. Idaho was led by ninth-year head coach John "Pink" Griffith and played as an independent; they joined the Pacific Coast Conference nine years later in 1922. The two home games were played in Moscow, but off campus; the new MacLean Field opened the following season. In the season opener in Spokane, Idaho whipped Gonzaga 54−3, then posted a second-straight win over Washington State in the Battle of the Palouse, 3–0 in Moscow. (en)
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