The 1936 All-Pacific Coast football team consists of American football players chosen by various organizations for All-Pacific Coast teams for the 1936 college football season.

The 1936 Washington Huskies football team won the Pacific Coast Conference championship with a 7-2-1 record, finished the season ranked #5 in the country, and had four players who were selected to the All-Pacific Coast first team. The Washington honorees were halfbacks Byron Haines and Jimmie Cain, tackle Chuck Bond, and guard Max Starcevich.[1][2][3]

The Santa Clara Broncos were "the only undefeated, untied team in the country" in 1936,[1] were ranked #6 in the final AP Poll, and then defeated the #2-ranked LSU in the 1937 Sugar Bowl. Santa Clara landed two players on one or more of the All-Pacific Coast teams. Fullback Nello Falaschi was a first-team selection by the INS and UP and was later inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Guard Dick Bassi was a first-team pick by the AP, INS and UP.[1][2][3]

All-Pacific Coast selections





  • Jack Clark, Stanford (AP-1; INS-1; UP-1)
  • Gene Hibbs, USC (AP-1; INS-1; UP-1)


  • Chuck Bond, Washington (AP-1; INS-1; UP-1)
  • Del Bjork, Oregon (AP-1; INS-1; UP-1)


  • Dick Bassi, Santa Clara (AP-1; INS-1; UP-1)
  • Max Starcevich, Washington (AP-1; INS-1; UP-1) (College Football Hall of Fame)


  • Bob Herwig, California (AP-1; INS-1; UP-1) (College Football Hall of Fame)


AP = Associated Press[1]

INS = International News Service[2]

UP = United Press, "the choice of editors in six states in one of the most comprehensive ballots ever conducted in the west"[3]

Bold = Consensus first-team selection by the AP, INS and UP

See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Russell J. Newland (December 4, 1936). "All-Coast Football Aggregation Named By Associated Press". Sun Bernardino Sun: p. 21.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Huskies Place Four, Santa Clara Two On '36 All Coast Team". The Fresno Bee: p. 2C. November 22, 1936.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Falaschi, Bassi on All-Coast Team". The Times and Daily News Leader, San Mateo, CA: p. 8. December 1, 1936.
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