1937 Santa Barbara State Gauchos football team
|1937 Santa Barbara State Gauchos football|
|Conference||Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference|
|1937 record||5–2–2 (3–1–1 SCIAC)|
|Head coach||Theodore "Spud" Harder (4th season)|
|Home stadium||Peabody Stadium|
|1937 SCIAC football standings|
|San Diego State $||4||–||1||–||0||7||–||1||–||0|
|Santa Barbara State||3||–||1||–||1||5||–||2||–||2|
Santa Barbara State competed in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC). The Gauchos were led by fourth-year head coach Theodore "Spud" Harder and played home games at Peabody Stadium in Santa Barbara, California. They finished the season with a record of five wins, two losses and two ties (5–2–2, 3–1–1 SCIAC). Overall, the team outscored its opponents 138–49 for the season.
|September 24||Occidental||Peabody Stadium • Santa Barbara, CA||T 0–0|
|October 8||Arizona State[note 2]*||Peabody Stadium • Santa Barbara, CA||W 27–7|
|October 15||at Redlands||Redlands Stadium[note 3] • Redlands, CA||W 31–0|
|October 22||Texas Mines[note 4]*||Peabody Stadium • Santa Barbara, CA||T 13–13|
|October 29||at Whittier||Hadley Field • Whittier, CA||W 20–0|
|November 6||La Verne||Peabody Stadium • Santa Barbara, CA||W 20–0|
|November 13||Nevada*||Peabody Stadium • Santa Barbara, CA||W 20–7|
|November 20||San Diego State[note 5]||Peabody Stadium • Santa Barbara, CA||L 0–13||8,000|
|December 4||at New Mexico A&M[note 6]*||Quesenberry Field • Las Cruces, NM||L 7–9|
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- University of California, Santa Barbara was known as Santa Barbara State College from 1921 to 1943.
- Arizona State University was known as Arizona State Teachers College from 1929 to 1944.
- This stadium is the predecessor to the current Ted Runner Stadium on the University of Redlands campus, which was opened for the 1968 season
- University of Texas at El Paso was known as College of Mines and Metallurgy of the University of Texas from 1920 to 1948.
- San Diego State University was known as San Diego State College from 1935 to 1971.
- New Mexico State University was known as New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts (New Mexico A&M) from 1890 to 1959.
- Ted Steinmann (November 21, 1937). "Aztecs Win 13-0; Keep League Title". The San Diego Union. San Diego, California.
- "1937 - California-Santa Barbara". Retrieved February 1, 2017.
- "1938 NFL Draft". Retrieved February 2, 2017.
- "California-Santa Barbara Players/Alumni". Retrieved February 2, 2017.
- "Draft History: California-Santa Barbara". Retrieved March 18, 2017.