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1923 College Football All-America Team

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1923 College Football All-America Team

The 1923 College Football All-America team consists of American football players selected to the College Football All-America Teams selected by various organizations in 1923.


  • All-Americans of 1923 1
    • Ends 1.1
    • Tackles 1.2
    • Guards 1.3
    • Centers 1.4
    • Quarterbacks 1.5
    • Halfbacks 1.6
    • Fullbacks 1.7
    • Key 1.8
  • References 2

All-Americans of 1923




  • Charles Hubbard, Harvard (AW-1; WC-1; FW; LP-1; NB-1; DW-1; TT-2; PH-1)
  • Jim McMillen, Illinois (AW-1; FW; NB-1; DW-1; TT-1)
  • Joe Bedenk, Penn State (AW-2; WC-1; DW-2; TT-3; PH-1)
  • Edliff Slaughter, Michigan (LP-1)
  • Welch, Colgate (AW-2; LP-2; NB-2; DW-2; TT-1)
  • Cyril Aschenback, Dartmouth (AW-3; WC-2; LP-2; TT-3)
  • August Farwick, Army (AW-3; NB-2; DW-3; TT-2)
  • Brown, Notre Dame (WC-2)
  • Arthur G. Carney, Navy (WC-3)
  • Johnson, Texas A&M (WC-3)
  • Richard Faville, Stanford (DW-3)


  • Jack Blott, Michigan (AW-1; WC-1; FW; NB-1; DW-1)
  • Edgar Garbisch, Army (College Football Hall of Fame) (AW-2; WC-3; NB-2; DW-2; TT-1; PH-1)
  • Edwin "Babe" Horrell, California (College Football Hall of Fame) (AW-3; LP-1; DW-3)
  • Winslow Lovejoy, Yale (WC-2; LP-2; TT-2)
  • Adam Walsh, Notre Dame (TT-3)


  • George Pfann, Cornell (AW-1; WC-1; FW; LP-1; NB-1; DW-1; TT-1; PH-1)
  • Hoge Workman, Ohio State (AW-2; NB-2)
  • Harry Stuhldreher, Notre Dame (College Football Hall of Fame) (AW-3; TT-3)
  • Lyle Richeson, Yale (WC-2; DW-2; TT-2)
  • Red Dunn, Marquette (WC-3)
  • Irwin Uteritz, Michigan (LP-2; DW-3)


  • Red Grange, Illinois (College Football Hall of Fame) (AW-1; WC-1; FW; LP-1; NB-1; DW-1; TT-1; PH-1)
  • Harry Wilson, Penn State (College Football Hall of Fame) (AW-1; WC-2; FW; DW-2; TT-2; PH-1)
  • Don Miller, Notre Dame (College Football Hall of Fame) (LP-2; NB-1; DW-1; TT-2 [fb])
  • Harry Kipke, Michigan (College Football Hall of Fame) (AW-2; LP-1; TT-3)
  • Earl Martineau, Minnesota (AW-3; WC-1; NB-2; TT-3 [fb])
  • Mal Stevens, Yale (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-2 [fb]; LP-2; DW-3; TT-3)
  • Don Nichols, California (AW-2; TT-1)
  • Dave Noble, Nebraska (LP-2; DW-2; TT-2)
  • Eddie Tryon, Colgate (AW-3; WC-2)
  • Walter Koppisch, Columbia (College Football Hall of Fame) (WC-3)
  • Karl Bohren, Pittsburgh (WC-3)
  • Gil Reese, Vanderbilt (DW-3)


  • Bill Mallory, Yale (College Football hall of Fame) (AW-2; WC-1; NB-1; DW-1; TT-1; PH-1)
  • John Levi, Haskell (AW-1; FW)
  • Elmer Layden, Notre Dame (College Football Hall of Fame) (LP-1; DW-2)
  • Ernie Nevers, Stanford (College and Pro Football Hall of Fame) (AW-3; WC-3)
  • Merrill Taft, Wisconsin (LP-2; NB-2)
  • John Webster Thomas, Chicago (DW-3)


NCAA recognized selectors for 1923

Other selectors

  • AW = Athletic World magazine, selected by 500 coaches[3]
  • NB = Norman E. Brown, sports editor of the Central Press Association[4]
  • LP = Lawrence Perry[5]
  • DW = Davis J. Walsh, sports editor for the International News Service[6]
  • TT = Tom Thorp, for the Baltimore News[7]
  • PH = Percy Haughton, Cornell coach[8]

Bold = Consensus All-American[9]

  • 1 – First-team selection
  • 2 – Second-team selection
  • 3 – Third-team selection


  1. ^ "Walter Camp's All-American Team". Alton Evening Telegraph. 1923-12-19. 
  2. ^ ESPN College Football Encyclopedia, p. 1155
  3. ^ "Athletic World All America". The Decatur Review. 1923-12-16. 
  4. ^ Norman E. Brown (1923-12-10). "Marty Below On First All-American Eleven: Merrill Taft Gets Berth On Second Team". The Capital Times (Madison, WI). 
  5. ^ Lawrence Perry (1923-12-16). "Cornell and Michigan Get Two Places on Perry Eleven, One for Syracuse: Famed Gridiron Expert Rates Pfann, Sundstrom and MacRae Among Best". Syracuse Herald. 
  6. ^ "Walsh Picks Three Teams of All-Americans In 1923 Seasonal Postmortem". The Coshocton Tribune. 1923-12-06. 
  7. ^ Tom Thorp (1923-12-08). "Eastern Grid Players Get Six Places On All-American: Tom Thorp Picks Star Mythical Eleven of 1923 for the Baltimore News". Cumberland Evening Times. 
  8. ^ "All Americans: Percy Haughton's Team". Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. 1923-12-11. 
  9. ^ "2014 NCAA Football Records: Consensus All-America Selections". National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). 2014. p. 5. Retrieved August 16, 2014. 
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