1902 All-Western college football team

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The 1902 All-Western college football team consists of American football players selected to the All-Western teams chosen by various selectors for the 1902 Western Conference football season.

All-Western selections[edit]

Ends[edit]

  • Allen Abbott, Wisconsin (CT, CDN, CRH, MEW, MJ-2, W)
  • Curtis Redden, Michigan (CDN, MEW, MJ-2)
  • Edward L. Rogers, Minnesota (CT, MJ-1)
  • James F. Cook, Illinois (CRH, MJ-1)
  • Frederick A. Speik, Chicago (W)

Tackles[edit]

  • Joe Maddock, Michigan (CT, CDN, CRH, MEW, MJ-1, W)
  • E. W. Farr, Chicago (CT, CDN, CRH, MJ-2)
  • Fred Schacht, Minnesota (MJ-2, W)
  • J. M. Davidson, Purdue (MJ-1)
  • Jake Stahl, Illinois (MEW)

Guards[edit]

  • John G. Flynn, Minnesota (CT, CDN, CRH, MEW, MJ-1, W)
  • Dan McGugin, Michigan (CRH, MEW, MJ-2, W) (CFHOF)
  • Herbert Ahlswede, Chicago (CT, MJ-2)
  • J. Arthur Baird, Northwestern (CDN)
  • Arnie Lerum, Wisconsin (MEW, MJ-1)

Centers[edit]

Quarterbacks[edit]

Halfbacks[edit]

Fullbacks[edit]

  • Everett Sweeley, Michigan (CT, CDN, CRH)
  • Warren Cummings Knowlton, Minnesota (MJ-1)

Key[edit]

CT = Chicago Tribune[1]

CDN = Chicago Daily News selected by Fred Hayner[1]

CRH = Chicago Record-Herald selected by Carl M. Green[1]

MEW = Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin[2]

MJ = The Minneapolis Journal[3]

W = Woodruff[4]

CFHOF = College Football Hall of Fame

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "All-Western Teams". The Michigan Daily. December 1902. p. 127. 
  2. ^ "First All Western". The Minneapolis Journal. November 27, 1902. p. 2. 
  3. ^ "An All Star Eleven". The Minneapolis Journal. December 3, 1902. p. 16. 
  4. ^ "All-Western Football Teams". The Stentor. December 3, 1902. p. 5.