The 1907 All-Massillons football season was their fifth season in existence. The team was the 1907 incarnation of Massillon Tigers and finished with a record of 7-0-1 and won their fifth Ohio League championship in as many years.
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|1907 All-Massillons season|
|Head Coach||Sherburn Wightman|
|Home Field||Hospital Grounds Stadium|
|Playoff Finish||No playoffs|
|Previous season||Next season|
|1||September 29, 1907||Alliance, Ohio||W|
|2||October 6, 1907||Akron, Ohio||W|
|3||October 13, 1907||Salem, Ohio||W|
|4||October 20, 1907||Broadway Athletic Club of Cleveland||W 11-5|
|5||November 10, 1907||at Shelby Blues||T 0-0|
|6||November 17, 1907||at Columbus Panhandles||W 6-4|
|7||November 24, 1907||Akros||W|
|8||November 29, 1907||Columbus Panhandles||W 4-2|
- "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.