1936 Season

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Record: 10-0

Head Coach: Paul Brown (5th year)
Record To-Date at Massillon: 42-7-1

Team Captains: Mike Byelene

All-Ohio: Charlie Anderson (1st), Mike Byelene (1st), Bob Glass (1st), Don Snavely (1st), Jim Miller (2nd)

State Champion by Popular Acclaim: Massillon (also National Champion)

All-Time Record: 202-109-19
>Series Record vs. Canton McKinley: 16-22-3

Noteworthy Items: (1) The Tigers defeated New Castle 13-0, giving the Pennsylvania team its first home field loss in three years.  During the game, Charley Anderson set a Tiger record with a 68-yard punt. (2) Both Massillon and Canton McKinley entered the finale undefeated.  McKinley Coach Johnny Reed suffered his first career loss in 45 games when Massillon took it to the Bulldogs, 21-0. Reed had previously won 35 in a row at North Braddock, PA, prior to taking over at McKinley. For Massillon, it was 20 in a row and consecutive state and national titles.

OpponentRecordH/AMass.Opp.W/LAttendanceMedia Links*Statistics Links
Cleveland EastH580W8,000Game Story
MansfieldH407W6,000Game Story
PortsmouthH700W8,000Game Story
Akron SouthH570W3,000Game Story
New Castle, PAA130W10,000Game Story
Alliance5-2-2A510W11,000Game Story
Akron NorthH460W5,000Game Story
Columbus EastH520W5,000Game Story
BarbertonA357W3,000Game Story
Canton McKinley9-1H210W20,000Game StoryGame Stats