1933 Oregon State Beavers football
ConferencePacific Coast Conference
1933 record6–2–2 (2–1–1 PCC)
Head coach
Home stadiumBell Field
Seasons
← 1932
1934 →
1933 Pacific Coast Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Stanford ^ + 4 1 0     8 2 1
Oregon + 4 1 0     9 1 0
USC 4 1 1     10 1 1
Oregon State 2 1 1     6 2 2
Washington State 3 3 1     5 3 1
California 2 2 2     6 3 2
Washington 3 4 0     5 4 0
UCLA 1 3 1     6 4 1
Idaho 1 4 0     4 4 0
Montana 0 4 0     3 4 0
  • + – Conference co-champions
  • ^ – Selected as Rose Bowl representative

The 1933 Oregon State Beavers football team represented Oregon State University in the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) during the 1933 college football season. In their first season under head coach Lon Stiner, the Beavers compiled a 6–2–2 record (2–1–1 against PCC opponents), finished in fourth place in the PCC, and outscored their opponents, 88 to 48.[1] The team played its home games at Bell Field in Corvallis, Oregon.

In January 1933, Paul J. Schissler resigned as Oregon State's head football coach.[2] In May 1933, 30-year-old Lon Stiner was appointed as the school's new head football coach. Stiner had been working as an assistant football coach at Oregon State since 1928.[3] Stiner remained the head football coach at Oregon State through the 1948 season, compiling a record of 74–49–17.

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
September 22Southern Oregon Normal*W 21–0
September 23Willamette*
  • Bell Field
  • Corvallis, OR
W 21–0
September 30Montana
  • Bell Field
  • Corvallis, OR
W 20–0
October 7Gonzaga*T 0–0
October 14at San Francisco*W 12–7
October 21USC
  • Multnomah Stadium
  • Portland, OR
T 0–0
October 28Washington State
  • Multnomah Stadium
  • Portland, OR
W 2–0
November 11vs. Oregon
  • Multnomah Stadium
  • Portland, OR (rivalry)
L 3–13
November 18at Fordham*W 9–6
November 30at Nebraska*L 0–22
  • *Non-conference game

See also

References

  1. ^ "1933 Oregon State Beavers Schedule and Results". SR/College Football. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved September 7, 2016.
  2. ^ "One of Oregon State Assistant Coaches may be Promoted: No 'Big Name' To Be Sought". The Oregon Statesman. January 11, 1933. p. 8.
  3. ^ "New Oregon State Coach". Medford Mail Tribune. May 3, 1933. p. 3.