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1935 Rose Bowl

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1935 Rose Bowl

1935 Rose Bowl
21st Rose Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Alabama 0 22 0 7 29
Stanford 7 0 6 0 13
Date January 1, 1935
Season 1934
Stadium Rose Bowl Stadium
Location Pasadena, California
MVP “Dixie” Howell (HB) – Alabama
Attendance 84,474
Rose Bowl
 < 1934  1936

The 1935 Rose Bowl was the 21st Rose Bowl game, an American post-season college football game that was played on New Year's Day 1935 in Pasadena, California. It featured the Alabama Crimson Tide against the Stanford Indians. [1]


First Quarter

Second Quarter

  • Ala – Dixie Howell, 5-yard run (Smith kick failed)
  • Ala – Smith, 27-yard field goal
  • Ala – Howell, 67-yard run (Smith kick good)
  • Ala – Don Hutson, 54-yard pass from Riley (Hutson kick failed)

Third Quarter

  • Stan – "Buck" Van Dellen, 12-yard run (Moscrip kick failed)

Fourth Quarter

  • Ala – Don Hutson, 59-yard pass from Howell (Smith kick good)

Game notes

Following his performance in the Rose Bowl game, Hutson played 11 seasons with the Green Bay Packers, caught 889 passes in 118 games, an average of 7.53 per game, and scored 101 touchdowns, catching 17 one season. Dixie Howell signed with the Detroit Tigers and played minor league baseball for eight seasons and was a college football head coach at Arizona State and Idaho. The "other end" for the Crimson Tide, was Paul "Bear" Bryant. Bryant went on to be head coach at the University of Maryland, the University of Kentucky, Texas A&M University, and the University of Alabama. He won 6 national championships at the University of Alabama. Upon his retirement in 1982, he held the record for most wins as head coach in collegiate football history with 323 wins.


  1. ^ 2009 Kickoff Luncheon and Rose Bowl Hall of Fame Induction program
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