The 1906 Canton Bulldogs season was their second season in the Ohio League. The team finished 10-1, giving them second place in the league. The championship series between the Bulldogs and the Massillon Tigers was rumoured to be fixed.
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|1905 Canton Athletic Club season|
|Head Coach||Blondy Wallace|
|Home Field||Mahaffey Park|
|Playoff Finish||No playoffs|
|Previous season||Next season|
|1||October 7, 1906||Fredericksburg||W 57-0|
|2||October 13, 1906||Moundsville, W.Va.||W 14-0|
|3||October 14, 1906||at Toledo Athletic Association||W 31-0|
|4||October 20, 1906||Pittsburgh Lyceum||W 8-0|
|5||October 21, 1906||Benwood (W.Va.) Athletic Club||W 49-0|
|6||October 27, 1905||at Pittsburgh Lyceum||W 12-0|
|7||October 28, 1906||Broadway A.C. of Cleveland||W 57-0|
|8||November 4, 1906||Deering Maroons||W 57-0|
|9||November 16, 1906||Massillon Tigers||W 10-5|
|10||November 24, 1906||at Massillon Tigers||L 13-6|
|11||November 29, 1906||Latrobe Athletic Association||W 16-0|
- ↑ Game that is associated with the Canton Bulldogs–Massillon Tigers betting scandal
- "Blondy Wallace and the Biggest Football Scandal Ever". PFRA Annual (Professional Football Researchers Association) 5: 1–16. 1984. http://www.profootballresearchers.org/Coffin_Corner/06-An-209.pdf.