|1933 Duke Blue Devils football|
|1933 record||9–1 (4–0 SoCon)|
|Head coach||Wallace Wade|
|Assistant coach||Ellis Hagler|
|Assistant coach||Herschel Caldwell|
|1933 Southern Conference football standings|
|Washington & Lee||1||–||1||–||1||4||–||4||–||2|
|† – Conference champion |
The 1933 Duke Blue Devils football team represented the Duke Blue Devils of Duke University during the 1933 college football season. Hall of Famer Fred Crawford was a consensus All-American this year; the first from North Carolina.
Duke upset Robert Neyland's Tennessee Volunteers 10 to 2. It was Tennessee's first loss in over two and a half seasons. It caused Neyland to say of Crawford: "He gave the finest exhibition of tackle play I have ever seen."
|September 29||VMI||W 37–6|
|October 7||Wake Forest*||W 22–0|
|October 14||Tennessee*||W 10–2|
|October 21||at Davidson*||Davidson, North Carolina||W 19–7|
|October 28||at Kentucky*||W 14–7|
|November 4||Auburn*||W 13–7|
|November 11||Maryland||W 38–7|
|November 18||North Carolina||W 23–3|
|November 25||North Carolina State||W 7–0|
|December 2||at Georgia Tech*||L 0–6|
- ↑ "Frederick A. "Fred" Crawford". http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=220706.
- ↑ Theresa Jensen Lacey (2002). Amazing North Carolina. p. 79. https://books.google.com/books?id=aL0n5Y-m0jcC&pg=PT79#v=onepage.
- ↑ "Scouts Line Up Stars On Grid Fronts". The Evening Independent. October 25, 1933. https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=950&dat=19331025&id=MOtPAAAAIBAJ&sjid=31QDAAAAIBAJ&pg=2728,4542251.
- ↑ "1933 Duke Blue Devils". College Football at Sports-Reference.com. https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/duke/1933-schedule.html.
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