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1908 LSU Tigers football team

Contents: 1900 – 1901 – 1902 – 1903 – 1904 – 1905 – 1906 – 1907 – 1908 – 1909


1900

1900 LSU Tigers football
1900 LSU Football Team, pictured in front of the Pentagon Barracks
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1900 record 2–2 (0–1 SIAA)
Head coach Edmond Chavanne
Home stadium State Field
1900 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Clemson § 3 0 0     6 0 0
Auburn § 3 0 0     4 0 0
Tulane § 3 0 0     5 0 1
Texas 1 0 0     6 0 0
Sewanee 5 0 1     6 1 1
North Carolina 3 0 1     4 1 3
Vanderbilt 2 3 1     4 4 1
Alabama 1 3 0     2 3 0
Georgia 1 3 0     2 4 0
Tennessee 0 2 1     3 2 1
LSU 0 1 0     2 2 0
Davidson 0 1 0     1 1 0
Cumberland 0 1 0     0 1 0
Georgia Tech 0 2 0     0 4 0
Nashville 0 3 0     0 3 0
Mississippi 0 3 0     0 3 0
Kentucky 0 0 0     4 6 0
Southwestern Presbyterian            
§ – Conference co-champions

Overview

After a year with coach John P. Gregg, the Tigers rehired Edmond A. Chavanne for the head coaching position at LSU football. The 1900 season featured two games against Millsaps, one at Tulane, and one against Louisiana State University alumni.

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
November 11, 1900 Millsaps* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 70–0  
November 17, 1900 at Tulane New Orleans, LA (Battle for the Rag) L 0–29  
October 22, 1900 at Millsaps* Jackson, MS L 5–6  
December 5, 1900 LSU Alumni* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 10–0  
*Non-conference game.

Source: Tiger Droppings 1900 LSU Tigers football team

Roster

No. Player Position Height Weight Hometown High School
- James E. Byram Center - - Bossier City, LA -
- John J. Coleman Halfback - - New Orleans, LA -
- George Fuchs Guard - - New Orleans, LA -
- Joseph M. Garland Guard, Tackle - - Opelousas, LA -
- Edwin S. Gorham End - - Lake Charles, LA -
- F. V. Gremillion Tackle - - - -
- Henry E. Landry Fullback - - Garyville, LA -
- Oswald W. McNeese End - - Lake Charles, LA -
- Eugene H. Mortimer Halfback - - Laurel, MS -
- Adam G. Mundinger - - - Baton Rouge, LA -
- William T. Pegues Tackle - - Mansfield, LA -
- H. J. Rhodes Guard - - Vicksburg, MS -
- Ivan H. Schwing Quarterback - - Lake Charles, LA -

Roster from Fanbase.com[1] and LSU: The Louisiana Tigers[2]

1901

1901 LSU Tigers football
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1901 record 5–1 (2–1 SIAA)
Head coach W. S. Boreland
Home stadium State Field
1901 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Vanderbilt 5 0 1     6 0 1
Clemson 2 0 1     3 1 1
Georgia Tech 1 0 1     4 0 1
Sewanee 4 1 1     4 2 2
North Carolina 3 1 0     7 2 0
LSU 2 1 0     5 1 0
Tulane 2 1 0     4 2 0
Alabama 2 1 2     2 1 2
Auburn 2 2 1     2 3 1
Texas 0 0 1     8 2 1
Tennessee 1 1 2     3 3 2
Mississippi A&M 1 2 0     2 2 1
Nashville 1 3 1     1 3 1
Furman 0 1 1     0 2 1
Cumberland 0 1 0     0 1 0
Southwestern Presbyterian 0 1 0     0 1 0
Davidson 0 1 0     0 1 0
Kentucky 0 2 0     2 6 1
Georgia 0 5 2     1 5 2
Ole Miss 0 4 0     2 4 0
Southern            
† – Conference champion

Overview

Edmond A. Chavanne left the Tigers following the 1900 season and was replaced by W.S. Boreland as head coach in 1901, leading the team to a successful 5–1 season. Tulane forfeited the game on November 16 due to a ruling from the SIAA. The 1901 edition of the Battle for the Flag against LSU was originally a 22-0 victory for Tulane. It was later forfeited after a petition to the SIAA, and was recorded as a 0-11 loss for Tulane. After the game, LSU protested to the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association, and alleged that Tulane had used a professional player during the game. Several months later, the SIAA ruled the game an 11-0 forfeit in favor of LSU.[3]

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result Attendance
October 28, 1901 at Louisiana Tech* Ruston, LA W 57–0   -
November 7, 1901 Mississippi (Ole Miss) State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 46–0   -
November 16, 1901 at Tulane New Orleans, LA (Battle for the Rag) W 11–0   5,000
November 20, 1901 Auburn State FieldBaton Rouge, LA L 0–28   -
November 28, 1901 New Orleans YMCA* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 38–0   -
December 5, 1901 Arkansas* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 15–0   -
*Non-conference game.

Source: 1901 LSU Tigers football team

Roster

No. Player Position Height Weight Hometown High School
- John E. Brogan - - - - -
- James E. Byram - - - - -
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Roster from Fanbase.com[4] and LSU: The Louisiana Tigers[5]


1902

1902 LSU Tigers football
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1902 record 6–1 (4–1 SIAA)
Head coach W. S. Boreland
Home stadium State Field
1902 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Clemson § 6 0 0     6 1 0
Vanderbilt § 6 1 0     8 1 0
LSU 4 1 0     6 1 0
Texas 4 1 0     6 3 1
Sewanee 4 2 0     7 2 0
Georgia 4 2 1     4 2 1
Tennessee 3 2 0     6 2 0
Ole Miss 3 3 0     4 3 0
Auburn 2 4 1     2 4 1
Alabama 2 4 0     4 4 0
Davidson 1 3 0     3 5 1
Cumberland 1 3 0     1 3 0
Kentucky 0 1 0     3 5 1
Nashville 0 2 0     0 2 0
Tulane 0 4 2     1 4 2
Mississippi A&M 0 4 1     1 4 1
Georgia Tech 0 5 2     0 6 2
Southwestern Presbyterian            
Southern            
§ – Conference co-champions

Overview

Players near the goal line in 1902 LSU vs. Auburn game at State Field

W.S. Boreland returns in 1902 for his second season as LSU head coach. The seven-game 1902 season was the longest for the Tigers since their first game in 1893 and also featured the most amount of games on the road; five games played away and only two in Baton Rouge.


Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
October 16, 1902 at Southwestern Louisiana* Lafayette, Louisiana W 42-0  
October 18, 1902 at Texas* San Antonio, TX W 5-0  
October 27, 1902 Auburn State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 5–0  
November 8, 1902 Mississippi (Ole Miss) New Orleans, LA W 6-0  
November 17, 1902 Vanderbilt* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA L 7-25  
November 27, 1902 at Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State) Starkville, MS W 6-0  
November 29, 1902 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL W 11-0  
*Non-conference game.

Roster

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Roster from Fanbase.com[6] and LSU: The Louisiana Tigers[7]


1903

1903 LSU Tigers football
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1903 record 4–5 (0–4 SIAA)
Head coach W. S. Boreland
Home stadium State Field
1903 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Clemson § 4 0 1     4 1 1
Sewanee § 5 1 0     7 1 0
Vanderbilt § 5 1 1     6 1 1
Cumberland § 4 1 1     4 1 1
Mississippi A & M 2 0 2     3 0 2
Texas 1 0 1     5 1 2
Georgia 3 2 0     3 4 0
Mississippi 1 1 1     2 1 1
Alabama 3 4 0     3 4 0
Auburn 2 3 0     4 3 0
Tennessee 2 4 0     4 5 0
Georgia Tech 1 4 0     2 5 0
Tulane 0 1 1     2 2 1
Texas A & M 0 1 0     7 3 1
Mercer 0 1 0     0 1 0
Davidson 0 1 0     1 4 0
Nashville 0 2 0     0 2 0
LSU 0 4 0     4 5 0
Kentucky 0 0 0     7 1 0
Southwestern Presbyterian            
Southern            
§ – Conference co-champions

Overview

1903 was W.S. Boreland's third and final season as LSU head coach as he finished 4–5 for the season (15–7 in all three years as head coach). The 1903 season broke the previous season's record for most games played (seven) with nine games. The Tigers played four home games; three in Baton Rouge and one in New Orleans, but were on the road the rest of the season. For the 1903 season, point values were different from those used in contemporary games. In 1903 a touchdown was worth five points, a field goal was worth five points and a conversion (PAT) was worth one point.[8]

Schedule

Date Opponent Site Result
October 14, 1903 LSU Alumni* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 16-0  
October 24, 1903 Eagles-New Orleans State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 33-0  
October 30, 1903 at Louisiana Tech* Ruston, LA W 16–0  
October 31, 1903 at Shreveport Athletic Club Shreveport, LA W 5-0  
November 7, 1903 at Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State)* Starkville, MS L 0-11  
November 9, 1903 at Alabama The QuadTuscaloosa, AL L 0-18  
November 11, 1903 at Auburn Auburn, AL L 0-12  
November 16, 1903 Cumberland State FieldBaton Rouge, LA L 0-41  
November 21, 1903 vs. Mississippi (Ole Miss) New Orleans, LA L 0-11  
*Non-conference game.

Source: 1903 LSU Tigers football team

Roster

No. Player Position Height Weight Hometown High School
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Roster from Fanbase.com[9] and LSU: The Louisiana Tigers[10]


1904

1904 LSU Tigers football
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1904 record 3–4 (1–2 SIAA)
Head coach Dan A. Killian
Home stadium State Field
1904 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Vanderbilt § 5 0 0     9 0 0
Auburn § 5 0 0     5 0 0
Texas 1 0 0     6 2 0
Kentucky 1 0 0     9 1 0
Sewanee 4 1 0     7 1 0
Alabama 5 3 0     7 3 0
Georgia Tech 2 1 1     8 1 1
Tulane 3 2 0     5 2 0
Clemson 3 3 1     3 3 1
Mississippi 2 3 0     4 3 0
LSU 1 2 0     3 4 0
Tennessee 1 4 1     3 5 1
Central 0 1 0     0 1 0
Texas A & M 0 2 0     4 2 0
Nashville 0 4 1     0 4 1
Mississippi A & M 0 4 0     2 5 0
Georgia 0 4 0     1 5 0
Davidson 0 0 0     6 1 1
Southern            
Furman            
§ – Conference co-champions
Date Opponent Site Result
October 16, 1904 Louisiana Tech* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 17–0  
October 22, 1904 at Shreveport AC* Shreveport, LA L 0–16  
October 23, 1904 at Louisiana Tech* Ruston, LA L 0–6  
November 5, 1904 Mississippi (Ole Miss) State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 5–0  
November 10, 1904 Nashville Medical* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 16–0  
November 19, 1904 at Tulane New Orleans, LA (Battle for the Rag) L 0–5  
December 1, 1904 Alabama State FieldBaton Rouge, LA L 0–11  
*Non-conference game.

Roster

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Roster from Fanbase.com[11] and LSU: The Louisiana Tigers[12]


1905

1905 LSU Tigers football
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1905 record 3–0 (2–0 SIAA)
Head coach Dan A. Killian
Home stadium State Field
1905 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Vanderbilt 6 0 0     7 1 0
Georgia Tech 4 0 1     6 0 1
LSU 2 0 0     3 0 0
Davidson 1 0 0     1 1 0
Texas 2 1 0     5 4 0
Clemson 3 2 1     3 2 1
Sewanee 2 2 1     4 2 1
Alabama 4 4 0     6 4 0
Auburn 2 4 0     2 4 0
Mississippi A&M 1 3 0     3 4 0
Texas A&M 0 1 0     7 2 0
Tulane 0 1 0     0 1 0
Ole Miss 0 1 0     0 2 0
Tennessee 0 4 1     3 5 1
Georgia 0 4 0     1 5 0
Nashville            
Southern            
† – Conference champion
Date Opponent Site Result
November 18, 1905 at Louisiana Tech* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 16–0  
November 25, 1905 at Tulane New Orleans, LA (Battle for the Rag) W 5–0  
December 1, 1905 at Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State) State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 15–0  
*Non-conference game.

Roster

No. Player Position Height Weight Hometown High School
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Roster from Fanbase.com[13] and LSU: The Louisiana Tigers[14]


1906

1906 LSU Tigers football
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1906 record 2–2–2 (0–2–1 SIAA)
Head coach Dan A. Killian
Home stadium State Field
1906 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Vanderbilt 6 0 0     8 1 0
Clemson 4 0 2     4 0 3
Sewanee 5 1 0     8 1 0
Alabama 3 1 0     5 1 0
Ole Miss 3 2 0     4 2 0
Texas A&M 2 1 0     6 1 0
Texas 1 1 0     9 1 0
Georgia Tech 3 3 0     5 3 1
Davidson 1 1 1     3 2 2
Georgia 2 3 1     2 4 1
Mississippi A&M 0 2 1     2 2 1
LSU 0 2 1     2 2 2
Mercer 0 2 0     1 4 0
Tulane 0 3 0     0 4 1
Tennessee 0 4 1     1 6 2
Auburn 0 5 0     1 5 1
Nashville            
Southern            
† – Conference champion
Date Opponent Site Result
October 10, 1906 Monroe AC* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 5–0  
October 20, 1906 Mississippi (Ole Miss) State FieldBaton Rouge, LA L 0–9  
October 27, 1906 vs. Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State) Columbus, MS T 0–0  
November 9, 1906 Louisiana Tech* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 17–0  
November 19, 1906 Texas A&M State FieldBaton Rouge, LA L 12–21  
November 29, 1906 Arkansas* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA T 0–0  
*Non-conference game.

Source: Tiger Droppings 1906 LSU Tigers football team

Roster

No. Player Position Height Weight Hometown High School
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Roster from Fanbase.com[15] and LSU: The Louisiana Tigers[16]


1907

1907 LSU Tigers football
1907 LSU Football Team
Bacardi Bowl, W 56–0 vs. University of Havana
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1907 record 7–3 (2–2 SIAA)
Head coach Edgar Wingard
Home stadium State Field
1907 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Vanderbilt 4 0 0     5 1 1
Texas A&M 2 0 0     6 1 1
Sewanee 6 1 0     8 1 0
Alabama 3 1 2     5 1 2
Auburn 3 2 1     6 2 1
Tennessee 3 2 1     7 2 1
LSU 2 2 0     7 3 0
Georgia 2 3 1     4 3 1
Mississippi A&M 2 3 0     6 3 0
Georgia Tech 2 4 0     4 4 0
Clemson 1 3 0     4 4 0
Tulane 0 1 0     3 2 0
Mercer 0 3 0     1 3 0
Ole Miss 0 5 0     0 6 0
Nashville            
Southern            
† – Conference champion


The 1907 season was the first year under Coach Edgar Wingard. It was also the first year at LSU for star player, Doc Fenton. Fenton, who was from Scranton, PA, had been heavily recruited by Wingard to play at LSU. The Tigers opened the season in grand fashion, at State Field, by beating Louisiana Tech 28-0. A highlight of that game was a 90-yard touchdown run by Doc Fenton. This spectacular win was followed by losses on the road at Texas and Texas A&M. After these losses, LSU went on to win 4 straight games, including its first ever victory over Arkansas. That 4 game winning streak was broken by a loss to Alabama. In the contest against Alabama, LSU led for most of the game because of two safeties. Alabama scored late in the game from an 85-yard punt return to win the game 6-4. LSU's next game resulted in a win over Baylor. Their last game of the season was in an appearance at the Bacardi Bowl. This was LSU's first bowl game, and the first time any U.S. football team played in a foreign country. This game, played in Cuba against the University of Havanna resulted in a 56-0 victory for LSU.

Date Opponent Site Result
October 11, 1907 Louisiana Tech* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 28–0  
October 19, 1907 at Texas* Clark FieldAustin, TX L 5–12  
October 21, 1907 at Texas A&M College Station, TX L 5–11  
October 28, 1907 Howard (now Samford)* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 57–0  
November 6, 1907 Arkansas* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 17–12  
November 9, 1907 Mississippi A&M State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 23–11  
November 16, 1907 at Mississippi Oxford, MS W 23–0  
November 23, 1907 at Alabama Monroe Park • Mobile, AL (Rivalry) L 4–6  
November 30, 1907 at Baylor* Waco, TX W 48–0  
December 25, 1907 at University of Havana* La Tropical StadiumHavana, Cuba (Bacardi Bowl) W 56–0  
*Non-conference game.

Source: 1907 LSU Tigers football team

1907 LSU Tigers Football Team in Havanna, Cuba for the 1907 Bacardi Bowl.

Roster

No. Player Position Height Weight Hometown High School
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Roster from Fanbase.com[17] and LSU: The Louisiana Tigers[18]


1908

The 1908 LSU Tigers football team, coached by Edgar Wingard, played their way to a 10–0 record and have been recognized as national champions by the National Championship Foundation, however, LSU does not officially recognize this season as a national championship season.

1908 LSU Tigers football
1908 LSU Football Team
National Champions
(National Championship Foundation)
SIAA Champions
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1908 record 10–0 (3–0 SIAA)
Head coach Edgar Wingard
Home stadium State Field
1908 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
LSU 3 0 0     10 0 0
Tulane 2 0 0     7 1 0
Vanderbilt 3 0 1     7 2 1
Auburn 5 1 0     6 1 0
Tennessee 4 2 0     7 2 0
Georgia Tech 5 3 0     6 3 0
Georgia 3 2 1     5 2 1
Alabama 1 1 1     6 1 1
Sewanee 1 1 1     4 1 3
Mississippi A&M 1 3 0     3 4 0
Clemson 1 4 0     1 6 0
Texas A&M 0 1 0     3 5 0
Dahlonega 0 1 0     0 1 0
Memphis University School 0 1 0     0 1 0
Mercer 0 3 0     3 4 0
Ole Miss 0 3 0     3 5 0
Gordon 0 3 0     0 3 0
Nashville            
Southern            
† – Conference champion
Date Opponent Site Result
October 3, 1908 Young Men's Gymnastic Club-New Orleans* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 41–0  
October 11, 1908 Jackson Barracks-New Orleans* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 81–5  
October 17, 1908 vs. Texas A&M New Orleans, LA W 26–0  
October 26, 1908 Southwestern Tennessee* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 55–0  
October 31, 1908 at Auburn Auburn, AL (Auburn LSU rivalry) W 10–2  
November 7, 1908 Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State) State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 50–0  
November 10, 1908 Baylor* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 89–0  
November 16, 1908 vs. Haskell* New Orleans, Louisiana W 32–0  
November 23, 1908 at Louisiana Tech* Ruston, LA W 22–0  
November 26, 1908 vs. Arkansas* Little Rock, AR W 36–4  
*Non-conference game.

Roster

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Roster from Fanbase.com[19] and LSU: The Louisiana Tigers[20]


1909

1909 LSU Tigers football
Conference Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1909 record 6–2 (3–1 SIAA)
Head coach Joe Pritchard (first 5 games)
John W. Mayhew (last 3 games)
Home stadium State Field
1909 SIAA football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Sewanee 4 0 0     6 1 0
LSU 3 1 0     6 2 0
Vanderbilt 3 1 0     7 3 0
Alabama 3 1 2     5 1 2
Georgia Tech 5 2 0     7 2 0
Auburn 4 2 0     5 2 0
Clemson 2 2 0     6 3 0
Gordon 1 2 0     1 2 0
Ole Miss 1 3 1     4 3 2
Mississippi A&M 1 3 0     5 4 0
Georgia 1 4 0     1 4 2
Memphis University School 0 1 0     0 1 0
Mercer 0 4 0     2 5 0
Tennessee 0 5 0     1 6 2
Dahlonega            
Nashville            
Southern            
† – Conference champion
Date Opponent Site Result
October 2, 1909 Jackson Barracks-New Orleans* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 70–0  
October 9, 1909 Mississippi (Ole Miss) State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 10-0  
October 16, 1909 vs. Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State) State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 15–0  
October 30, 1909 vs. Sewanee New Orleans, LA L 6-15  
November 4, 1909 vs. Louisiana Tech* Alexandria, LA W 23-0  
November 13, 1909 vs. Arkansas* Memphis, TN L 0-16  
November 18, 1909 Transylvania* State FieldBaton Rouge, LA W 52-0  
November 25, 1909 vs. Alabama Birmingham, AL W 12-6  
*Non-conference game.

Roster

No. Player Position Height Weight Hometown High School
- John Albright - - - - -
- S. W. Brannon - - - - -
- Harmon Drew guard - - Minden, Louisiana -
- Doc Fenton quarterback - - Scranton, Pennsylvania -
- Reuben Gill - - - - -
- J. O. Hall - - - - -
- William Hillman - - - - -
- Levi Himes - - - - -
- Roland Howell - - - - -
- Andrew McCollam - - - - -
- William Pollack - - - - -
- Warren Ryan - - - - -
- John Seip end 6'1" 185 Allentown, Pennsylvania -
- Robert Stovall - - - - -
- Rowson Stovall - - - - -
- Arthur Thomas - - - - -
- L. R. Tilly - - - - -
- - - - - - -
- - - - - - -
- - - - - - -
- - - - - - -
- - - - - - -
- - - - - - -
- - - - - - -

Roster from Fanbase.com[21] and LSU: The Louisiana Tigers[22]


References

  1. ^ http://www.fanbase.com/LSU-Fighting-Tigers-Football-1900/roster
  2. ^ Hardesty, Dan. "LSU: The Louisiana Tigers". The Strode Publishers. Huntsville, Alabama. 1975. P. 334-345.
  3. ^ http://www.tulane.edu/~athletic/FB/FBHIST/FBHISTORY.HTML
  4. ^ http://www.fanbase.com/LSU-Fighting-Tigers-Football-1899/roster
  5. ^ Hardesty, Dan. "LSU: The Louisiana Tigers". The Strode Publishers. Huntsville, Alabama. 1975. P. 334-345.
  6. ^ http://www.fanbase.com/LSU-Fighting-Tigers-Football-1899/roster
  7. ^ Hardesty, Dan. "LSU: The Louisiana Tigers". The Strode Publishers. Huntsville, Alabama. 1975. P. 334-345.
  8. ^ "Scoring values". RollTide.com. University of Alabama Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Retrieved November 19, 2011. 
  9. ^ http://www.fanbase.com/LSU-Fighting-Tigers-Football-1899/roster
  10. ^ Hardesty, Dan. "LSU: The Louisiana Tigers". The Strode Publishers. Huntsville, Alabama. 1975. P. 334-345.
  11. ^ http://www.fanbase.com/LSU-Fighting-Tigers-Football-1899/roster
  12. ^ Hardesty, Dan. "LSU: The Louisiana Tigers". The Strode Publishers. Huntsville, Alabama. 1975. P. 334-345.
  13. ^ http://www.fanbase.com/LSU-Fighting-Tigers-Football-1899/roster
  14. ^ Hardesty, Dan. "LSU: The Louisiana Tigers". The Strode Publishers. Huntsville, Alabama. 1975. P. 334-345.
  15. ^ http://www.fanbase.com/LSU-Fighting-Tigers-Football-1899/roster
  16. ^ Hardesty, Dan. "LSU: The Louisiana Tigers". The Strode Publishers. Huntsville, Alabama. 1975. P. 334-345.
  17. ^ http://www.fanbase.com/LSU-Fighting-Tigers-Football-1899/roster
  18. ^ Hardesty, Dan. "LSU: The Louisiana Tigers". The Strode Publishers. Huntsville, Alabama. 1975. P. 334-345.
  19. ^ http://www.fanbase.com/LSU-Fighting-Tigers-Football-1899/roster
  20. ^ Hardesty, Dan. "LSU: The Louisiana Tigers". The Strode Publishers. Huntsville, Alabama. 1975. P. 334-345.
  21. ^ http://www.fanbase.com/LSU-Fighting-Tigers-Football-1899/roster
  22. ^ Hardesty, Dan. "LSU: The Louisiana Tigers". The Strode Publishers. Huntsville, Alabama. 1975. P. 334-345.
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