Alabama 1920-39

Photo from the 1925 season courtesy of the Bryant Museum.

A brief look at the Crimson Tide from 1920-39.

1920

10-1

Date, Opponent, Location, Outcome

Sept. 25: vs. Southern Military, Tuscaloosa, W 59-0

Oct. 2: vs. Marion Institute, Tuscaloosa, W 49-0

Oct. 9: vs. Birmingham Southern, Tuscaloosa, W 45-0

Oct. 16: vs. Mississippi College, Tuscaloosa, W 57-0

Oct. 23: vs. Howard, Tuscaloosa, W 33-0

Oct. 30: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 21-0

Nov. 6: vs. Vanderbilt, Birmingham, W 14-7

Nov. 11: vs. LSU, Tuscaloosa, W 21-0

Nov. 20: at Georgia, Atlanta, L 21-14

Nov. 25: vs. Mississippi State, Birmingham, W 24-7

Nov. 27: at Case College, Cleveland, W 40-0

Coach Xen Scott

Total points: 377-35

Captain: Sid Johnston

All-American: Second team _ Riggs Stephenson, halfback.

All-Southern Conference: Riggs Stephenson, halfback; E.B. “Mulley” Lenoir, halfback.

Alabama recorded its first 10-win season, notching eight shutouts. … Alabama crossed the Mason-Dixon Line for the first time and defeated Case College in Cleveland, 40-0. … Riggs Stephenson, who went on to have a successful pro baseball career, accounted for 286 yards in a 21-0 win over Sewanee, including 53-yard interception return for a touchdown. … Mulley Lenoir scored at least one touchdown in each game, including four against Howard, and finished the season with 25.

1921

5-4-2

Sept. 24: vs. Howard, Tuscaloosa, W 34-14

Oct. 1: vs. Spring Hill, Tuscaloosa, W 27-7

Oct. 8: vs. Marion Institute, Tuscaloosa, W 55-0

Oct. 15: vs. Bryson (Tenn.), Tuscaloosa, W 95-0

Oct. 22: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, L 17-0

Oct. 29: vs. LSU, New Orleans, T 7-7

Nov. 5: vs. Vanderbilt, Birmingham, L 14-0

Nov. 11: vs. Florida, Tuscaloosa, L 9-2

Nov. 19: vs. Georgia, Atlanta, L 22-0

Nov. 24: vs. Mississippi State, Birmingham, T 7-7

Dec. 3: at Tulane, New Orleans, W 14-7

Coach Xen Scott

Total points 241-104

Captain: Al Clemens

Alabama played LSU in New Orleans for the only time in the series. … The victory against Tulane, also in New Orleans, clinched a winning record in the rebuilding season. … Coach Scott hired future Alabama legend Hank Crisp as an assistant coach.

1922

6-3-1

Sept. 30: vs. Marion Institute, Tuscaloosa, W 110-0

Oct. 7: vs. Oglethorpe, Tuscaloosa, W 41-0

Oct. 14: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, L 33-7

Oct. 21: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, T 7-7

Oct. 28: at Texas, Austin, L 19-10

Nov. 4: at Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, W 9-7

Nov. 10: vs. LSU, Tuscaloosa, W 47-3

Nov. 18: at Kentucky, Lexington, L 6-0

Nov. 25: vs. Georgia, Montgomery, W 10-6

Nov. 30: vs. Mississippi State, Birmingham, W 59-0

Coach Xen Scott

Total points: 300-81

Captain: Ernest E. Cooper

All-American: Second team _ Shorty Propst, center.

In front of 25,000 fans, Alabama shocked Penn 9-7 in Philadelphia thanks to center Shorty Propst recovering Pooley Hubert’s fumble in the end zone. Thousands of fans greeted the returning team at the Tuscaloosa Train Depot. … Suffering from throat cancer, which would soon take his life, Coach Xen Scott tendered his resignation in October. His career concluded with a 29-9-3 record.

1923

6-2-1

Sept. 29: vs. Union, Tuscaloosa, W 12-0

Oct. 6: vs. Ole Miss, Tuscaloosa, W 56-0

Oct. 13: at Syracuse, Syracuse, L 23-0

Oct. 20: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 7-0

Oct. 27: at Spring Hill, Mobile, W 56-0

Nov. 3: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, T 0-0

Nov. 10: vs. Kentucky, Tuscaloosa, W 16-8

Nov. 16: vs. LSU, Montgomery, W 30-3

Nov. 24: vs. Georgia, Montgomery, W 36-0

Nov. 29: vs. Florida, Birmingham, L 16-6

Coach Wallace Wade

Total points: 222-50

Captain: Al Clemons

All-Southern Conference: Al Clemens, end; Grant Gillis, quarterback.

Disciplinarian Wallace Wade, who had been an assistant at Vanderbilt, replaced Xen Scott. … After losing 23-0 at Syracuse, Wade claimed it taught him more about football than any other game he coached.

1924

8-1, Southern Conference champions

Sept. 27: vs. Union, Tuscaloosa, W 55-0

Oct. 4: at Furman, Greenville, S.C., W 20-0

Oct. 11: vs. Mississippi College, Tuscaloosa, W 55-0

Oct. 18: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 14-0

Oct. 25: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, W 14-0

Nov. 1: vs. Ole Miss, Montgomery, W 61-0

Nov. 8: vs. Kentucky, Tuscaloosa, W 42-7

Nov. 15: vs. Centre College, Birmingham, L 17-0

Nov. 27: vs. Georgia, Birmingham, W 33-0

Coach Wallace Wade

Total points: 294-24

Captain: A.T.S. Hubert

All-Southern Conference: Johnny Mack Brown, back; Bull Buckler, guard; Ben Compton, guard; A.T.S. Hubert, back.

Even with the loss to Centre College, Alabama won its first championship. Georgia was rated the No. 1 team in the region before losing the Crimson Tide 33-0. Pooley Hubert threw touchdown passes and Johnny Mack Brown returned an interception 65 yards for a touchdown.

1925

10-0, national champions, Southern Conference champions

Sept. 26: vs. Union College, Tuscaloosa, W 53-0

Oct. 2: vs. Birmingham Southern, Tuscaloosa, W 50-7

Oct. 10: at LSU, Baton Rouge, W 42-0

Oct. 17: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 27-0

Oct. 24: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, W 7-0

Oct. 31: vs. Mississippi State, Tuscaloosa, W 6-0

Nov. 7: vs. Kentucky, Birmingham, W 31-0

Nov. 14: vs. Florida, Montgomery, W 34-0

Nov. 26: vs. Georgia, Birmingham, W 27-0

Jan. 1, 1926: vs. Washington, Rose Bowl, W 20-19

Coach Wallace Wade

Total points: 297-26

Captain: Bruce Jones

All-American: First team _ A.T.S. “Pooley” Hubert, quarterback. Second team _ Johnny Mack Brown, halfback.

All-Southern Conference: Johnny Mack Brown, back; Bill Buckler, guard; A.T.S. Hubert, back.

Despite recording eight shutouts, Alabama wasn’t the first choice of the Rose Bowl selection committee and subsequently considered an underdog. Johnny Mack Brown caught two touchdown passes to be named MVP of the Rose Bowl, and Pooley Hubert ran another score. … Alabama won its first national title, sharing the honor with Dartmouth. … Alabama allowed just one touchdown during the regular season. … Alabama was the first Southern school to play in the Rose Bowl. Georgia Tech turned down an invitation in 1917 because players didn’t want to wait any longer to enroll in the military for World War I.

1926

9-0-1, national champions, Southern Conference champions

Sept. 24: vs. Millsaps, Tuscaloosa, W 54-0

Oct. 2: at Vanderbilt, Nashville, W 19-7

Oct. 9: vs. Mississippi State, Meridian, W 26-7

Oct. 16: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, W 21-0

Oct. 23: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 2-0

Oct. 30: vs. LSU, Tuscaloosa, W 24-0

Nov. 6: vs. Kentucky, Birmingham, W 14-0

Nov. 13: vs. Florida, Montgomery, W 49-0

Nov. 25: vs. Georgia, Birmingham, W 33-6

Jan. 1, 1927: vs. Stanford, Rose Bowl, T 7-7

Coach Wallace Wade

Total points: 249-27

Captain: Emile “Red” Barnes

All-American: First team _ Hoyt “Wu” Winslett, end; Fred Pickhard, tackle.

All-Southern Conference: Emile Barnes, Back; Herschel Caldwell, back; Gordon Holmes, center; Fred Pickhard, tackle; Hoyt Winslett, end.

Alabama, Stanford, Navy and Lafayette were all declared national champions by various organizations before the Crimson Tide reached Pasadena to play Stanford in the Rose Bowl. Fred Pickhard was named Rose Bowl MVP. … Pickhard’s blocked punt that went through the end zone for a safety was the difference against Sewanee. The following week against LSU he blocked two punts, both resulting in touchdowns. … The Rose Bowl featured the first transcontinental radio broadcast of a sporting event on NBC.

1927

5-4-1

Sept. 24: vs. Millsaps, Tuscaloosa, W 46-0

Sept. 30: vs. So. Presbyterian U., Tuscaloosa, W 31-0

Oct. 8: vs. LSU, Birmingham, T 0-0

Oct. 15: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, L 13-0

Oct. 22: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 24-0

Oct. 29: vs. Mississippi State, Tuscaloosa, W 13-7

Nov. 5: vs. Kentucky, Birmingham, W 21-6

Nov. 12: vs. Florida, Montgomery, L 13-6

Nov. 27: vs. Georgia, Birmingham, L 20-6

Dec. 3: vs. Vanderbilt, Birmingham, L 14-7

Coach Wallace Wade

Total points: 154-73

Captain: Freddie Pickhard

All-Southern Conference: Freddie Pickhard

Alabama played at what evolved into Legion Field in Birmingham for the first time, losing to Georgia. The week before, Howard (which became Samford) played Birmingham Southern there.

1928

6-3

Oct. 6: vs. Ole Miss, Tuscaloosa, W 27-0

Oct. 13: at Mississippi State, Starkville, W 46-0

Oct. 20: vs. Tennessee, Tuscaloosa, L 15-13

Oct. 27: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 42-12

Nov. 3: at Wisconsin, Madison, L 15-0

Nov. 10: vs. Kentucky, Montgomery, W 14-0

Nov. 17: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, L 33-13

Nov. 29: vs. Georgia, Birmingham, W 19-0

Dec. 8: vs. LSU, Birmingham, W 13-0

Coach Wallace Wade

Total points: 187-75

Captain: Earle Smith

Alabama traveled to play at a Big Ten school for the first time, and lost 15-0 at Wisconsin. …. Work began on a new home for the Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa, Denny Stadium.

1929

6-3

Sept. 28: vs. Mississippi College, Tuscaloosa, W 55-0

Oct. 5: vs. Mississippi, Tuscaloosa, W 22-7

Oct. 12: vs. Chattanooga, Tuscaloosa, W 46-0

Oct. 19: at Tennessee, Knoxville, L 6-0

Oct. 26: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 35-7

Nov. 2: at Vanderbilt, Nashville, L 13-0

Nov. 9: vs. Kentucky, Montgomery, W 24-13

Nov. 16: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, W 13-0

Nov. 28: vs. Georgia, Birmingham, L 12-0

Coach Wallace Wade

Total points: 196-58

Captain: Billy Hicks

All-American: First team _ Tony Holm, fullback; Fred Sington, tackle.

All-Southern Conference: Tony Holm, back; Fred Sington, tackle.

Denny Stadium, named after university president George Denny, was dedicated by Governor Bibb Graves on October 5, 1929, with Alabama defeating Ole Miss 22-7. Original capacity was 12,000. … Alabama finished the decade 72-21-6.

1930

10-0, national champions, Southern Conference champions)

Sept. 27: vs. Howard, Tuscaloosa, W 43-0

Oct. 4: vs. Ole Miss, Tuscaloosa, W 64-0

Oct. 11: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 25-0

Oct. 18: vs. Tennessee, Tuscaloosa, W 18-6

Oct. 25: vs. Vanderbilt, Birmingham, W 12-7

Nov. 1: at Kentucky, Lexington, W 19-0

Nov. 8: at Florida, Gainesville, W 20-0

Nov. 15: vs. LSU, Montgomery, W 33-0

Nov. 27: vs. Georgia, Birmingham, W 13-0

Jan. 1, 1931: vs. Washington State, Rose Bowl, W 24-0

Coach Wallace Wade

Total points: 271-13

Captain: Charles B. Clement

All-American: First team _ John Suther, halfback; Fred Sington, tackle. Second team _ Johnny Cain, halfback.

All-Southern Conference: Fred Sington, tackle; John Suther, back; John Miller, guard; Johnny Cain, back.

Coach Wallace Wade announced in the spring that he would leave at the end of the season for Duke, and his replacement, Frank Thomas, was on hand for the trip to California for the Rose Bowl. Clyde Bolton of the Birmingham News called it the “greatest swan song in the history of football.” … Against Washington State, Wade started his second unit, leaving his best players on the bench until the second quarter when the opposing players began to wear down… John “Monk” Campbell was named Rose Bowl MVP. … Tennessee and Vanderbilt were the only teams to score against Alabama. ... Wade finished with a record of 61-13-3. … Rudy Vallee dedicated the song “Football Freddy” to Fred Sington.

1931

9-1

Sept. 26: vs. Howard, Tuscaloosa, W 42-0

Oct. 3: vs. Ole Miss, Tuscaloosa, W 55-6

Oct. 10: vs. Mississippi State, Meridian, W 53-0

Oct. 17: at Tennessee, Knoxville, L 25-0

Oct. 24: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 3-0

Oct. 31: vs. Kentucky, Tuscaloosa, W 9-7

Nov. 7: vs. Florida, Birmingham, W 41-0

Nov. 14: vs. Clemson, Montgomery, W 74-7

Nov. 26: at Vanderbilt, Nashville, W 14-6

Dec. 2: at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, W 39-0

Coach Frank Thomas

Total points: 360-51

Captain: Joe Sharpe

All-American: First team _ Johnny Cain, fullback.

All-Southern Conference: Johnny Cain, fullback.

Coach Frank Thomas implemented Notre Dame’s “Box Formation” offense, which steamrolled every opponent except Tennessee. … Alabama’s 36 points per game set a team record.

1932

8-2

Sept. 24: vs. Southwestern, Tuscaloosa, W 45-6

Oct. 1: vs. Mississippi State, Montgomery, W 53-0

Oct. 8: at George Washington, Washington D.C., W 28-6

Oct. 15: vs. Tennessee, Birmingham, L 7-3

Oct. 22: vs. Ole Miss, Tuscaloosa, W 24-13

Oct. 29: at Kentucky, Lexington, W 12-7

Nov. 5: vs. Virginia Tech, Tuscaloosa, W 9-6

Nov. 12: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, L 6-0

Nov. 24: vs. Vanderbilt, Birmingham, W 20-0

Dec. 3: at St. Mary’s, San Francisco, W 6-0

Coach Frank Thomas

Total points 200-51

Captain: John Cain

All-American: First team _ Johnny Cain, fullback.

All-Southern Conference: Johnny Cain, fullback; Tom Hupke, guard.

Johnny “Hurry” Cain’s 81-yard touchdown run against St. Mary’s in San Francisco highlighted the season. … In a driving rainstorm against Tennessee, Cain punted 19 times, averaging 48 yards … Plans to create the offshoot Southeastern Conference were being formulated at a December meeting in Knoxville.

1933

7-1-1, SEC champions

Sept. 30: vs. Oglethorpe, Tuscaloosa, W 34-0

Oct. 7: vs. Ole Miss, Birmingham, T 0-0

Oct. 14: vs. Mississippi State, Tuscaloosa, W 18-0

Oct. 21: at Tennessee, Knoxville, W 12-6

Oct. 28: at Fordham, New York, L 2-0

Nov. 4: vs. Kentucky, Birmingham, W 20-0

Nov. 11: vs. Virginia Tech, Tuscaloosa, W 27-0

Nov. 18: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, W 12-9

Nov. 30: at Vanderbilt, Nashville, W 7-0

Coach Frank Thomas

Total points: 130-17

Captain: Foy Leach

All-American: First team _Tom Hupke, guard. Second team _ Dixie Howell, halfback; Bill Lee, tackle.

All-SEC: Dixie Howell, halfback; Tom Hupke, guard.

Alabama won the first SEC championship. Road wins against Tennessee, Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt keyed the title, and UA overcame the scoreless tie against Ole Miss in Birmingham. … Making the conference’s first trip to New York, the Crimson Tide lost a controversial 2-0 game to Fordham at the Polo Grounds.

1934

10-0, national champions, SEC champions

Sept. 29: vs. Howard, Tuscaloosa, W 24-0

Oct. 5: vs. Sewanee, Montgomery, W 35-6

Oct. 13: vs. Mississippi State, Tuscaloosa, W 41-0

Oct. 20: vs. Tennessee, Birmingham, W 13-6

Oct. 27: vs. Georgia, Birmingham, W 26-6

Nov. 3: at Kentucky, Lexington, W 34-14

Nov. 10: vs. Clemson, Tuscaloosa, W 40-0

Nov. 17: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, W 40-0

Nov. 29: vs. Vanderbilt, Birmingham, W 34-0

Jan. 1, 1935: vs. Stanford, Rose Bowl, W 29-13

Coach Frank Thomas

Total points: 316-45

Captain: Bill Lee

All-American: First team _ Millard “Dixie” Howell, back; Don Hutson, end; Bill Lee, tackle.

All-SEC: Dixie Howell, halfback; Don Hutson, end; Bill Lee, tackle; Charlie Marr, guard.

Alabama shared the national title with Minnesota and Pittsburgh, but Coach Frank Thomas called this his best team. … Dixie Howell scored two touchdowns, on a 67-yard run and a 59-yard pass to Don Hutson, to be named Rose Bowl MVP. He averaged 43.8 yards a punt, gained 111 yards rushing, and 160 passing. He was also named SEC Player of the Year. … Alabama averaged 31.4 points a game, compared to 4.5 allowed.

1935

6-2-1

Sept. 28: vs. Howard, Tuscaloosa, T 7-7

Oct. 5: at George Washington, Washington D.C., W 39-0

Oct. 12: vs. Mississippi State, Tuscaloosa, L 20-7

Oct. 19: at Tennessee, Knoxville, W 25-0

Oct. 26: at Georgia, Athens, W 17-7

Nov. 2: vs. Kentucky, Birmingham, W 13-0

Nov. 9: vs. Clemson, Tuscaloosa, W 33-0

Nov. 16: vs. Georgia Tech, Birmingham, W 38-7

Nov. 28: at Vanderbilt, Nashville, L 14-6

Coach Frank Thomas

Total points 185-55

Captain: James Walker

All-American: First team _ Riley Smith, back.

All-SEC: Riley Smith, back; James Whatley, tackle.

Despite sustaining a broken leg against Mississippi State, end Paul “Bear” Bryant continued to play and led a 25-0 victory against Tennessee. … Alabama traveled to Washington D.C. for the first time and defeated George Washington 39-0. … Riley Smith was named the first recipient of the Jacobs Trophy, awarded to the SEC’s best blocker. Originally a fullback on the 7-1-1 team in 1933, he switched to quarterback the following year. The following spring, Riley was the second-overall player picked in the first NFL Draft by the Boston Redskins. Top pick Jay Berwanger, the Heisman Trophy winner from Chicago, was selected first by the Philadelphia Eagles, but didn’t sign.

1936

8-0-1

Sept. 26: vs. Howard, Tuscaloosa, W 34-0

Oct. 3: vs. Clemson, Tuscaloosa, W 32-0

Oct. 10: vs. Mississippi State, Tuscaloosa, W 7-0

Oct. 17: vs. Tennessee, Birmingham, T 0-0

Oct. 24: at Loyola (N.O.), New Orleans, W 13-6

Oct. 31: at Kentucky, Lexington, W 14-0

Nov. 7: vs. Tulane, Birmingham, W 34-7

Nov. 14: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, W 20-16

Nov. 25: vs Vanderbilt, Birmingham, W 14-6

Coach Frank Thomas

Total points: 168-35

Captain: James “Bubber” Nisbet

Ranking (AP): Preseason NR; Postseason No. 4.

All-American: First team _ Arthur “Tarzan” White, guard; James “Bubber” Nesbit, fullback.

All-SEC: Arthur “Tarzan” White, guard; Riley Smith, quarterback.

In the inaugural year of the Associated Press poll, Alabama finished fourth, with a 0-0 tie against Tennessee costing the Crimson Tide any chance of a national championship and a postseason bowl. … Paul W. “Bear” Bryant joined the coaching staff as an assistant.

1937

9-1, SEC champions

Sept. 25: vs. Howard, Tuscaloosa, W 41-0

Oct. 2: vs. Sewanee, Birmingham, W 65-0

Oct. 9: vs. South Carolina, Tuscaloosa, W 20-0

Oct. 16: at Tennessee, Knoxville, W 14-7

Oct. 23: at George Washington, Washington D.C., W 19-0

Oct. 30: vs. Kentucky, Tuscaloosa, W 41-0

Nov. 6: at Tulane, New Orleans, W 9-6

Nov. 13: vs. Georgia Tech, Birmingham, W 7-0

Nov. 25: at Vanderbilt, Nashville, W 9-7

Jan. 1, 1938: vs. California, Rose Bowl, L 13-0

Coach Frank Thomas

Total points: 225-33

Captain: Leroy Monsky

Ranking (AP): Preseason No. 2; Postseason No. 4.

All-American: First team _ Joe Kilgrow, halfback; Leroy Monsky, guard; James Ryba, tackle.

All-SEC: Joe Kilgrow, halfback; Leroy Monsky, guard; Erwin “Tut” Warren, end.

Leaders: Rushing _ Charley Holm (607 yards, 117 carries); Passing _ Joe Kilgrow (20 of 57, 302 yards).

Plagued by four lost fumbles, Alabama lost in the Rose Bowl for the only time in its history. Vic Botari had 137 yards on 34 carries and scored two touchdowns for Cal. … Guard Leroy Monsky won the Jacobs Trophy while Joe Kilgrow was fifth in the Heisman Trophy voting. … Kicker Sandy Sanford made last-minute field goals against Tulane and Vanderbilt.

1938

7-1-1

Sept. 24: at Southern California, Los Angeles, W 19-7

Oct. 1: vs. Howard, Tuscaloosa, W 34-0

Oct. 8: vs. North Carolina State, Tuscaloosa, W 14-0

Oct. 15: vs. Tennesse, Birmingham, L 13-0

Oct. 22: vs. Sewanee, Tuscaloosa, W 32-0

Oct. 29: at Kentucky, Lexington, W 26-6

Nov. 5: vs. Tulane, Birmingham, W 3-0

Nov. 12: at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, T 14-14

Nov. 24: vs. Vanderbilt, Birmingham, W 7-0

Coach Frank Thomas

Total points: 149-40

Captain: Lew Bostick

Ranking (AP): Preseason No. 15; Postseason No. 13

All-SEC: Charles Holm, back.

Leaders: Rushing _ Herky Mosley (465 yards, 78 carries); Passing _Herky Mosley (28 of 63, 334 yards).

Coming off a loss in the Rose Bowl, Coach Frank Thomas took the Crimson Tide back to the West Coast, where it opened the season with a 19-7 victory against Southern California. The Trojans went on to play in the Rose Bowl and upset Duke, coached by Wallace Wade, 7-3. The Blue Devils went into the game without having given up a point.

1939

5-3-1

Sept. 30: vs. Howard, Tuscaloosa, W 21-0

Oct. 7: at Fordham, New York, W 7-6

Oct. 14: vs. Mercer, Tuscaloosa, W 20-0

Oct. 21: at Tennessee, Knoxville, L 21-0

Oct. 28: vs. Mississippi State, Tuscaloosa, W 7-0

Nov. 4: vs. Kentucky, Birmingham, T 7-7

Nov. 11: at Tulane, New Orleans, L 13-0

Nov. 18: vs. Georgia Tech, Birmingham, L 6-0

Nov. 30: at Vanderbilt, Nashville, W 39-0

Coach Frank Thomas

Total points: 101-53

Captain: Carey Cox

All-American: First team _ Carey Cox, center. Second team _ Harold Newman, end.

Leaders: Rushing _ Paul Spencer (514 yards, 100 carries); Passing _ Herky Mosley (15 of 36, 172 yards).

Alabama scored 39 of its 101 points in the season finale against Vanderbilt. … Highlighting the season was a 7-6 victory in New York against Fordham, which featured the “Seven Blocks of Granite” including Vince Lombardi. … For the decade, Alabama finished with a record of 79-11-5.

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