1900 College Football All-Southern Team
The 1900 College Football All-Southern Team consists of American football players selected to the College Football All-Southern Teams selected by various organizations in 1900. Clemson won the SIAA championship. Most said Virginia ranked best in the south.
All-Southerns of 1900Edit
- Alexis Hobson, Virginia (O)
- Frank M. Osborne, North Carolina (O)
- Johnny Finnegan, Georgetown (WH)
- Walter Schreiner, Texas (WH-s)
- Bledsoe, Washington & Lee (WH-s)
- Frank Bennett†, North Carolina (O, WH)
- John Loyd, Virginia (O)
- George Marshall, VMI (Later Secretary of State) (WH)
- McCabe, VMI (WH-s)
- Wright, VMI (WH-s)
- William Choice, Virginia (O)
- Big Sam, Texas (O)
- W. F. Cox, VPI (WH)
- Branch Johnson, VMI (WH)
- L. L. Jewel, Virginia Tech (WH-s)
- Joe Lynch, Georgetown (WH-s)
- William Poole, Sewanee (O)
- Dan McKay, Georgetown (WH)
- Charles C. Haskel, Virginia (WH-s)
- Virginius Dabney†, Virginia (O, WH)
- Henry Seibels, Sewanee (College Football Hall of Fame) (O)
- Art Devlin, Georgetown (WH)
- Cheevers Barry, Georgetown (WH-s)
- Robert M. Coleman, Virginia (WH-s)
† = Unanimous selection
- e. g. "Champions of the South regardless of conference affiliation".
- "All-Southern Eleven for 1900". Outing. Outing Publishing Company. 37: 616. 1901. Retrieved March 10, 2015 – via Google books.
- "All-Southern Football Team". The Times. February 10, 1901. p. 10. Retrieved March 10, 2015 – via Newspapers.com.
- W. H. Hoge (1901). "All Southern Football Team". Spalding's Football Guide: 123. Retrieved March 10, 2015 – via Google books.