The 1918 Dayton Triangles season was their sixth season in the Ohio League. The team finished with a known record of 8-0 and won their first Ohio League title. However, many of the top teams in the league did not field teams this season due to the outbreak of World War I and the Spanish flu pandemic, both of which led to the opening of the season being postponed until the middle of October.
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|1918 Dayton Triangles season|
|Head Coach||Greasy Neale|
|Home Field||Triangle Park|
|Playoff Finish||No playoffs|
|Previous season||Next season|
|1||October 13, 1918||Toledo Maroons||W 34-0|
|2||October 20, 1918||Wabash Athletic Association||W 9-0|
|3||October 27, 1918||Detroit Heralds||W 21-3|
|4||November 3, 1918||Hammond Clabbys||W 13-6|
|5||November 10, 1918||at Detroit Heralds||W 15-0|
|6||November 17, 1918||Columbus Panhandles||W 12-0|
|7||November 24, 1918||Hammond Clabbys||W 23-0|
|8||November 28, 1918||at Dayton Miamis||W 62-0|
- Pro Football Archieves: Dayton Triangles 1918
- "A War Year". PFRA Annual (Professional Football Researchers Association): 1–3. http://www.profootballresearchers.org/Articles/A_War_Year.pdf.