|1933 LSU Tigers football|
|1933 record||7–0–3 (3–0–2 SEC)|
|Head coach||Biff Jones (2nd season)|
|Offensive scheme||Single wing|
|Home stadium||Tiger Stadium|
|1933 SEC football standings|
|† – Conference champion |
The 1933 LSU Tigers football team represented Louisiana State University (LSU) in the 1933 college football season. This was LSU's first season as a member of the Southeastern Conference. Halfback Abe Mickal led the team in scoring.
|September 30||Rice*||W 13–0|
|October 7||Millsaps*||W 40–0|
|October 14||Centenary*||T 0–0|
|October 21||vs. Arkansas*||W 20–0|
|October 28||Vanderbilt||T 7–7|
|November 4||South Carolina*||W 30–7|
|November 18||Ole Miss||W 31–0|
|November 25||vs. Mississippi State||Monroe, LA (rivalry)||W 21–6|
|December 2||at Tulane||T 7–7|
|December 9||Tennessee||W 7–0|
- Jack Torrance, tackle (first-team AP, UP)
- Abe Mickal, halfback (second-team UP)
- "2013 LSU Football Media Guide". pp. 151–2. http://www.lsusports.net/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=5200&ATCLID=208647460&SPID=2164&SPSID=27815. Retrieved July 17, 2014.
- "Feathers Is Easy Choice". The Evening Independent: p. 14. December 1, 1933. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2485592/the_evening_independent/. Retrieved May 26, 2015.
- Garnett D. Horner (December 1, 1933). "Feathers Is U. P. All-Southeastern: Kercheval Is Able To Make Second". Middlesboro Daily News: p. 2. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/2594756/middlesboro_daily_news/. Retrieved June 11, 2015.
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