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1925 Washington Huskies football team

The 1925 Washington Huskies football team was an American football team that represented the University of Washington as a member of the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) during the 1925 PCC football season. In its fifth season under head coach Enoch Bagshaw, the team compiled a 10–1–1 record, won the PCC championship, lost to Alabama in the 1926 Rose Bowl, and outscored all opponents by a total of 480 to 59.[1]

1925 Washington Huskies football
1925 Washington Huskies football team.jpg
PCC champion
Rose Bowl, L 19–20 vs. Alabama
ConferencePacific Coast Conference
1925 record10–1–1 (5–0 PCC)
Head coachEnoch Bagshaw (5th season)
CaptainElmer Tesreau
Home stadiumHusky Stadium
Uniform
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Seasons
← 1924
1926 →
1925 PCC football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Washington $ 5 0 0     10 1 1
Stanford 4 1 0     7 2 0
USC 3 2 0     11 2 0
Oregon Agricultural 3 2 0     7 2 0
California 2 2 0     6 3 0
Idaho 2 3 0     3 5 0
Washington State 2 3 0     3 4 1
Montana 1 4 0     3 4 1
Oregon 0 5 0     1 5 1
  • $ – Conference champion

Fullback Elmer Tesreau was the team captain. Halfback Wildcat Wilson was selected as a consensus first-team player on the 1925 All-America team.[2] Other key players on the team included quarterback George Guttormsen, tackle Walden Erickson, guard Egbert Brix, center Douglas Bonamy, and ends Judson Cutting and Clifford Marker.

ScheduleEdit

DateOpponentSiteResultAttendanceSource
September 26Willamette*W 108–03,500[3]
October 3USS Oklahoma*
  • Husky Stadium
  • Seattle, WA
W 59–03,000[4]
October 3West Seattle A.C.*
  • Husky Stadium
  • Seattle, WA
W 56–03,000[4]
October 10Montana
  • Husky Stadium
  • Seattle, WA
W 30–1020,000[5]
October 17at Nebraska*T 6–615,000[6]
October 24Whitman*
  • Husky Stadium
  • Seattle, WA
W 64–22,000[7]
October 31at Washington StateW 23–02,500[8]
November 7Stanford
  • Husky Stadium
  • Seattle, WA
W 13–040,000[9]
November 14at CaliforniaW 7–072,000[10]
November 21at Puget Sound*Tacoma, WAW 80–72,000
November 26Oregon
  • Husky Stadium
  • Seattle, WA
W 15–1423,000[11]
January 1vs. Alabama*L 19–2045,000[12]
  • *Non-conference game

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Washington Yearly Results (1925-1929)". College Football Data Warehouse. David DeLassus. Retrieved December 14, 2015.
  2. ^ "Football Award Winners" (PDF). National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). 2016. p. 6. Retrieved October 21, 2017.
  3. ^ "Willamette Trounced by Huskies, 108-0". The San Francisco Examiner. September 27, 1925. p. P3 – via Newspapers.com.
  4. ^ a b "Huskies on Rampage, Win Pair of Games". Oakland Tribune. October 4, 1925. p. 2D – via Newspapers.com.
  5. ^ "Huskies Down Montana's Best Team of Recent Years in Hard Fight, 30 to 10". The Butte Miner. October 11, 1925. p. 22 – via Newspapers.com.
  6. ^ "Nebraska Holds Invaders to a 6 to 6 Tie". The Nebraska State Journal. October 18, 1925. pp. 7–8 – via Newspapers.com.
  7. ^ "Huskies Overwhelm Whitman Team, 64-2". Oakland Tribune. October 25, 1925. p. D3 – via Newspapers.com.
  8. ^ "Huskies Bowl Over Cougars". Los Angeles Times. November 1, 1925. p. 1a-3 – via Newspapers.com.
  9. ^ William Leiser (November 8, 1925). "Stanford Goes Down To 13-0 Defeat: Intercepted Passes Aid Northerners". The San Francisco Examiner. pp. 1P–2P – via Newspapers.com.
  10. ^ "Washington Defeats California, 7 to 0: Pass In Last 2 Minutes Beats Bears". Oakland Tribune. November 15, 1925. pp. 1A, 1D – via Newspapers.com.
  11. ^ "Washington Wins By Single Point". Morning Register. November 27, 1925. pp. 1–2 – via Newspapers.com.
  12. ^ Paul Lowry (January 2, 1926). "Alabamans Win Game: Huskies Beaten, 20 to 19". Los Angeles Times. pp. I-1, III-1 – via Newspapers.com.