The 1925 Southern Conference football season began on September 19. In the annual Rose Bowl game, the SoCon champion Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the heavily favored PCC champion Washington Huskies by a single point, 20–19, and became the first southern team ever to win a Rose Bowl. It is commonly referred to as "the game that changed the south." Alabama halfback Johnny Mack Brown was the Rose Bowl game's MVP. Alabama therefore was named a national champion along with Dartmouth.

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  • The 1925 Southern Conference football season began on September 19. In the annual Rose Bowl game, the SoCon champion Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the heavily favored PCC champion Washington Huskies by a single point, 20–19, and became the first southern team ever to win a Rose Bowl. It is commonly referred to as "the game that changed the south." Alabama halfback Johnny Mack Brown was the Rose Bowl game's MVP. Alabama therefore was named a national champion along with Dartmouth. Tulane back Peggy Flournoy led the nation in scoring with his 128 points, a school record not broken until 2007 by Matt Forte. 1925 saw the south's widespread use of the forward pass. (en)
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  • The 1925 Southern Conference football season began on September 19. In the annual Rose Bowl game, the SoCon champion Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the heavily favored PCC champion Washington Huskies by a single point, 20–19, and became the first southern team ever to win a Rose Bowl. It is commonly referred to as "the game that changed the south." Alabama halfback Johnny Mack Brown was the Rose Bowl game's MVP. Alabama therefore was named a national champion along with Dartmouth. (en)
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  • 1925 Southern Conference football season (en)
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