1935 All-Pacific Coast football team

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The 1935 All-Pacific Coast football team consists of American football players chosen by various organizations for All-Pacific Coast teams for the 1935 college football season. The organizations and individuals selecting teams in 1935 included the Associated Press (AP),[1] USC head coach Howard Jones (HJ),[2] the Newspaper Enterprise Association (NEA),[3] The Oregon Statesman (OS),[4] the United Press (UP),[5] and UCLA coach William H. Spaulding (WS).[6]

Stanford and California tied for the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) championship. Each placed five players on the first teams chosen by one or more of the selectors. Stanford's honorees included fullback Bobby Grayson, end Monk Moscrip, and tackle Bob Reynolds. California's honorees included tackle Larry Lutz, end Jack Brittingham, and center Bob Herwig.

Four players from teams outside the PCC received first-team honors from at least one selector: guard Nick Bassi of Santa Clara Broncos (HJ, UP),[2][5] halfback John Oravec of the Willamette Bearcats (OS),[4] guard Marty Kordick of St. Mary's (WS),[6] and center Wagner Jorgensen of St. Mary's (HJ).[2]

All-Pacific Coast selections[edit]

Quarterback[edit]

  • Ed Goddard, Washington State (AP-1; HJ-1; NEA-1; OS-1; UP-1; WS-1)

Halfbacks[edit]

  • Charles "Chuck" Cheshire, UCLA (AP-1; HJ-1; NEA-1; OS-1; UP-1; WS-1)
  • Byron Haines, Washington (AP-1; HJ-1; NEA-1; UP-1; WS-1)
  • John Oravec, Willamette (OS-1)

Fullback[edit]

Ends[edit]

  • Jack Brittingham, California (AP-1; HJ-1; NEA-1; UP-1; WS-1)
  • Monk Moscrip, Stanford (AP-1; HJ-1; NEA-1; OS-1; UP-1; WS-1) (College Football Hall of Fame)
  • Stanley Riordan, Oregon (OS-1)

Tackles[edit]

  • Larry Lutz, California (AP-1; HJ-1; NEA-1; OS-1; UP-1; WS-1)
  • Bob Reynolds, Stanford (AP-1; HJ-1; NEA-1; OS-1; UP-1; WS-1) (College Football Hall of Fame)

Guards[edit]

  • Lawrence Rouble, Stanford (AP-1; HJ-1; NEA-1; WS-1)
  • Nick Bassi, Santa Clara (HJ-1; UP-1)
  • Max Starcevich, Washington (AP-1; UP-1) (College Football Hall of Fame)
  • Conrad Tenney, California (NEA-1)
  • Anderson, California (OS-1)
  • Ross Carter, Oregon (OS-1)
  • Marty Kordick, St. Mary's (WS-1)

Centers[edit]

  • Sherman Chavoor, UCLA (UP-1; WS-1)
  • Westley Muller, Stanford (AP-1; OS-1)
  • Wagner Jorgensen, St. Mary's (HJ-1)
  • Bob Herwig, California (NEA-1) (College Football Hall of Fame)

Key[edit]

AP = Associated Press[1]

HJ = Howard Jones, USC head coach[2]

NEA = Newspaper Enterprise Association, "selected by sports writers of NEA Service newspapers throughout the Far West[3]

OS = The Oregon Statesman[4]

UP = United Press, “picked after polling sports editors, football writers, United Press correspondents, coaches and players”[5]

WS = UCLA coach William H. Spaulding[6]

Bold = Consensus first-team selection of the majority of the selectors listed above

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Russell J. Newland (December 4, 1935). "Five Stanford Gridders Placed on All-Coast 11". Lubbock Morning Avalanche. p. 2. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Wagner Jorgensen Named on All-Pacific Coast Football Eleven". The Times and Daily News Leader, San Mateo. December 5, 1935. p. 9. 
  3. ^ a b "NEA's All Pacific Coast Eleven". The Evening Herald, Klammath Falls, Oregon. December 5, 1935. p. 11. 
  4. ^ a b c Paul Hauser (November 26, 1935). "Sport Sparks". The Oregon Statesman. p. 7. 
  5. ^ a b c Jack Welter (November 30, 1935). "Stanford Given Edge In All Coast Team Selections". Lodi News-Sentinel. 
  6. ^ a b c William H. Spaulding (December 3, 1935). "Goddard, All-Coast Quarterback, Called Most Valuable". The Helena Daily Independent. p. 8.