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1923 All-Western college football team

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1923 All-Western college football team

The 1923 All-Western college football team consists of American football players selected to the All-Western teams chosen by various selectors for the 1923 college football season.


  • All-Western selections 1
    • Ends 1.1
    • Tackles 1.2
    • Guards 1.3
    • Centers 1.4
    • Quarterbacks 1.5
    • Halfbacks 1.6
    • Fullbacks 1.7
  • Key 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

All-Western selections


  • Ray Eklund, Minnesota (WE-1)
  • LaVern Dilweg, Marquette (WE-1)
  • Frank Rokusek, Illinois (WE-2)
  • Lowell Otte, Iowa (WE-2)
  • Russell Irish, Wisconsin (WE-3)
  • Evar Swanson, Lombard (WE-3)



  • Jim McMillen, Illinois (WE-1)
  • Lloyd Rohrke, Chicago (WE-1)
  • Eldon Haley, Kansas (WE-2)
  • Adolph Bieberstein, Wisconsin (WE-2)
  • Gay, Minnesota (WE-3)
  • Harvey Brown, Notre Dame (WE-3)





  • John Levi, Haskell (WE-1)
  • Elmer Layden, Notre Dame (WE-2) (CFHOF)
  • Merrill Taft, Wisconsin (WE-3)


WE = Walter Eckersall in the Chicago Tribune[1]

CFHOF = College Football Hall of Fame

PFHOF = Pro Football Hall of Fame

See also


  1. ^ "Eckersall's All-Western Elevens" (PDF). Notre Dame Daily. December 18, 1923. p. 8. 
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