|1936 LSU Tigers football|
|1936 record||9–1–1 (6–0 SEC)|
|Home stadium||Tiger Stadium|
|1936 Southeastern Conference football standings|
|No. 2 LSU $||6||–||0||–||0||9||–||1||–||1|
|No. 4 Alabama||5||–||0||–||1||8||–||0||–||1|
|No. 17 Tennessee||3||–||1||–||2||6||–||2||–||2|
The 1936 LSU Tigers football team represented Louisiana State University (LSU) in the 1936 college football season. LSU won their second consecutive Southeastern Conference championship and earned their second straight trip to the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. The defense allowed only 33 points the entire season, which still ranks fourth in school history for the fewest points allowed by a Tiger defense.
|September 26||Rice*||W 20–7|
|October 3||at Texas*||T 6–6|
|October 10||Georgia||W 47–7|
|October 17||Ole Miss||W 13–0|
|October 24||vs. Arkansas*||No. 13||W 19–7|
|October 31||at Vanderbilt||No. 8||W 19–0|
|November 7||Mississippi State||No. 7||W 12–0|
|November 14||at Auburn||No. 7||W 19–6|
|November 21||Southwestern Louisiana*||No. 5||W 93–0|
|November 28||No. 19 Tulane||No. 2||W 33–0|
|January 1, 1937||No. 6 Santa Clara||No. 2||L 14–21|
The Tigers made their way to Birmingham's Legion Field to battle rival Auburn. One of the highlights of the game constituted LSU RB Cotton Milner's 90-yard touchdown run in the Tigers 19–7 victory over Auburn. The run ranks fourth on LSU's list of longest rushing touchdowns in school history.
The Tigers' game at home against Louisiana–Lafayette saw the Tigers score 52 points in a half, which ranks second in school history, and 93 points in a single game, which is the most points scored by LSU in a game.