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The 1925 All-Pacific Coast Conference football team consists of American football players chosen by various organizations for All-Pacific Coast teams for the 1925 college football season.

All-Pacific Coast selectionsEdit

QuarterbackEdit

HalfbacksEdit

FullbackEdit

EndsEdit

  • Ted Shipkey, Stanford (UP-1; AS-1; GW-1; NB-1)
  • Hobbs Adams, USC (UP-1; NB-1)
  • Judson Cutting, Washington (AS-1)
  • Robert Mautz, Oregon (GW-1)
  • Edgar Walker, Stanford (UP-2)
  • Clifford Marker, Washington State (UP-2)

TacklesEdit

  • Walden Erickson, Washington (UP-1; AS-1; GW-1; NB-1)
  • Lewis "Hip" Dickerson, Oregon Aggies (AS-1; GW-1)
  • Jim Dixon, Oregon Aggies (UP-1)
  • John Sargent, California (UP-2)
  • Ted Bucklin, Idaho (UP-2)

GuardsEdit

  • Dana Carey, California (UP-1; AS-1; GW-1)
  • Fred H. Swan, Stanford (UP-2; AS-1; GW-1)
  • Brice Taylor, USC (UP-1; NB-1)
  • Gene Shields, Oregon (UP-2)
  • Egbert Brix, Washington (UP-2)

CentersEdit

  • Jeff Cravath, USC (UP-1; GW-1)
  • Larry Bettencourt, St. Mary's (NB-1) (College Football Hall of Fame)
  • Otis Miller, California (AS-1)
  • Douglas Bonamy, Washington (UP-2)

KeyEdit

UP = United Press, based on polling of "eleven leading football writers on the coast"[1]

AS = Andy Smith, head coach at California[2]

GW = Glenn Scobey Warner, head coach at Stanford[3]

NB = Norman E. Brown[4]

Bold = Consensus first-team selection

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Real Stars In Mythical Team of the Coast". San Mateo Times: p. 5. November 28, 1925. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2594116/1925_up_pacific_coast_team/.
  2. Andrew L. Smith (November 27, 1925). ""All-Pacific Conference" Team Named by Smith". Oakland Tribune: p. 1. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2594062/1925_as_all_pacific_conference_team/.
  3. Glenn Warner (December 3, 1925). "Glenn Warner Picks All-Pacific Team". The Davenport Democrat and Leader: p. 9. https://www.newspapers.com/image/65064466/.
  4. "First of Norman Brown's Mythical 'All' Teams". The Journal News (Hamilton, Ohio): p. 27. November 28, 1925.
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