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1932 LSU Tigers football
SoCon co-champion
ConferenceSouthern Conference
1932 record6–3–1 (4–0 SoCon)
Head coachBiff Jones (1st season)
Offensive schemeSingle wing
Home stadiumTiger Stadium
Seasons
← 1931
1933 →
1932 Southern Conference football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Tennessee § 7 0 1     9 0 1
Auburn § 6 0 1     9 0 1
LSU § 4 0 0     6 3 1
Virginia Tech 6 1 0     8 1 0
Vanderbilt 4 1 2     6 1 2
NC State 3 1 1     6 1 2
Alabama 5 2 0     8 2 0
Tulane 5 2 1     6 2 1
Duke 5 3 0     7 3 0
Georgia Tech 4 4 1     4 5 1
South Carolina 2 2 2     5 4 2
Kentucky 4 5 0     4 5 0
Virginia 2 3 0     5 4 0
Ole Miss 2 3 0     5 6 0
Georgia 2 4 2     2 5 2
Maryland 2 4 0     5 6 0
North Carolina 2 5 1     3 5 2
VMI 1 4 0     2 8 0
Washington & Lee 1 4 0     1 9 0
Florida 1 6 0     3 6 0
Clemson 0 4 0     3 5 1
Mississippi State 0 4 0     3 5 0
Sewanee 0 6 0     2 7 1
§ – Conference co-champions

The 1932 LSU Tigers football team represented Louisiana State University (LSU) in the 1932 Southern Conference football season. This was LSU's final season as a member of the Southern Conference.

Before the seasonEdit

Biff Jones succeeded coach Russ Cohen.[1]

ScheduleEdit

DateOpponentSiteResult
September 24TCU*T 3–3
October 1at Rice*L 8–10
October 8[[{{{school}}}|Spring Hill]]*
  • Tiger Stadium
  • Baton Rouge, LA
W 80–0
October 15vs. Mississippi A&MMonroe, LA (rivalry)W 24–0
October 22vs. Arkansas*W 14–0
October 29Sewaneedagger
  • Tiger Stadium
  • Baton Rouge, LA
W 38–0
November 5at South CarolinaColumbia, SCW 6–0
November 12at Centenary*
  • Fair Grounds
  • Shreveport, LA
L 0–6
November 26Tulane
W 14–0
December 17Oregon*
  • Tiger Stadium
  • Baton Rouge, LA
L 0–12
  • *Non-conference game
  • daggerHomecoming

[2]

Season summaryEdit

TCUEdit

The season opened with a 3–3 tie against Johnny Vaught and Southwest Conference champion TCU.

RiceEdit

Beginning a series that ran until 1952, Rice defeated LSU 10–8. Huey Long led a 150-cadet formation through the streets of Houston.[3]

Spring HillEdit

Spring Hill at LSU
by Quarter1234 Total
Spring Hill 0 0 0 0 0
LSU 27 7 13 33 80

LSU swamped Spring Hill 80–0.[4] The starting lineup was Fleming (left end), J. Skidmore (left tackle), Wilson (left guard), Stovall (center), Mitchell (right guard), Torrance (right tackle), Moore (right end), Lobdell (quarterback), Keller (left halfback), Sullivan (right halfback), and Yates (fullback).[4]

Mississippi A&MEdit

In Monroe, LSU defeated Mississippi A&M 24–0.

ArkansasEdit

In Shreveport, against Arkansas, LSU won 14–0.

SewaneeEdit

Sewanee was beat 38–0.

South CarolinaEdit

In Columbia, LSU defeated South Carolina 6–0.

CentenaryEdit

LSU at Centenary
by Quarter1234 Total
LSU 0 0 0 0 0
Centenary 0 0 6 0 6

Centenary upset LSU 6–0.[5] Paul Geisler played for Centenary.

TulaneEdit

LSU beat rival and defending SoCon champion Tulane 14–0. Don Zimmerman and others were sidelined by a flu epidemic.[6]

OregonEdit

Against Oregon, LSU was upset 12–0.

ReferencesEdit

Template:Southern Conference football champions

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