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1931 ROSE BOWL
 
 
The Alabama Crimson Tide used a second-quarter blitz, including touchdown runs of one and 43 yards by quarterback Monk Campbell, to post a 24-0 win over previously undefeated Washington State in the 17th Rose Bowl game, viewed by 65,000 fans. Alabama's coach was Wallace Wade, who had been a member of the Brown University team that lost to WSU in the 1916 Rose Bowl. Wade, during his career, coached in five Rose Bowls.
 

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TEAMQTRSCORING PLAY
Alabama2Suther 62 pass from Moore (Campbell kick)
Alabama2Campbell 1 run (Campbell kick)
Alabama2Campbell 43 run (Campbell kick)
Alabama3Whitworth 40 field goal

ATTENDANCE - 65,000

ROSTER
3 Harold Ahlskog, t
2 Stanley Bishop, g
4 Henry Butherus, f
7 Walter Camp, t
9 Mentor Dahlen, q
10 Mike Davis, h
12 Glenn "Turk" Edwards, t
6 Carl Ellingsen, h
47 Art Freeborg, q
43 Bill Goodwin, t
19 Fred Green, g
22 Joe Hansen, c
39 Sam Hansen, e
56 Homer Hein, e
8 Mel Hein, c
17 George Hill, e
11 Lou Hull, h
28 George Hurley, g
38 John Hurley, e
15 Ralph Jackson, t
52 Virgil Jackson, t
24 DeWayne Johnson, f
20 Oscar Jones, h
21 Porter Lainhart, h
27 Ray Luck, q
40 Wilbur Luft, q
26 Lyle Maskell, e
16 Frank Mitchell, g
30 Howard Morgan, c
29 Howard Moses, h
41 Jack Parodi, g
50 George Sanders, h
5 Emmett Schroeder, h
33 Elmer Schwartz, f
(Captain)
37 Clement Senn, g
49 Stan Shaw, e
48 Leonard Soike, c
34 Arnold Soley, f
35 Bill Tonkin, q
57 Frank Wallulis, t
36 Harold Yap, g

1930 RESULTS
47-12 College of Idaho
16-0 @ California
7-6 USC
24-0 @ Gonzaga
61-0 Montana
14-7 # Oregon State
33-7 @ Idaho
3-0 @ Washington
13-0 @ Villanova
0-24 Alabama (Rose Bowl)
# = Played in Portland

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