|1932 LSU Tigers football|
|Record||6–3–1 (4–0 SoCon)|
|Offensive scheme||Single wing|
|Home stadium||Tiger Stadium|
|1932 Southern Conference football standings|
|Washington and Lee||1||–||4||–||0||1||–||9||–||0|
The 1932 LSU Tigers football team represented Louisiana State University (LSU) in the 1932 Southern Conference football season. This was LSU's final season as a member of the Southern Conference, and it won a share of the conference title. After the first two games, all the rest were shutouts either by LSU or the opponent.
After attempting to hire Robert Neyland, another Army alum, Biff Jones, succeeded coach Russ Cohen.
|September 24||TCU*||T 3–3|
|October 1||at Rice*||L 8–10|
|October 7||Spring Hill*||W 80–0|||
|October 15||vs. Mississippi State||Monroe, LA (rivalry)||W 24–0|
|October 22||vs. Arkansas*||W 14–0|
|October 29||Sewanee||W 38–0|||
|November 5||at South Carolina||W 6–0|||
|November 12||at Centenary*||L 0–6|
|November 26||Tulane||W 14–0||20,000|||
|December 17||Oregon*||L 0–12||1,200|||
The season opened with a 3–3 tie against Johnny Vaught and Southwest Conference champion TCU.
Beginning a series that ran until 1952, LSU faced Rice. Huey Long led a 150-cadet formation through the streets of Houston. A field goal decided the game, and LSU was defeated 10–8.
LSU swamped Spring Hill 80–0. The starting lineup was Fleming (left end), J. Skidmore (left tackle), Wilson (left guard), Stovall (center), Mitchell (right guard), Torrance (right tackle), Moore (right end), Lobdell (quarterback), Keller (left halfback), Sullivan (right halfback), and Yates (fullback).
LSU then proceeded to win five straight shut-out victories. In Monroe, LSU defeated Mississippi A&M 24–0.
In Shreveport, against Arkansas, LSU won 14–0.
At homecoming, rival Sewanee was beat 38–0.
In Columbia, LSU defeated South Carolina 6–0.
Despite being undefeated, Centenary upset LSU when it won 6–0. Paul Geisler played for Centenary. It has been said it was Centenary's greatest football win in the school's history.
LSU beat rival and defending SoCon champion Tulane 14–0. Don Zimmerman and others were sidelined by a flu epidemic.
Against Oregon, LSU was upset 12–0.
LSU subsequently joined the Southeastern Conference.