GEORGE WELSH, QB
Great day against Army has probably given him more confidence. Directs the team with poise, imagination. Odd fake on the option confuses the defense.
BOB CRAIG, RHB
Extremely fast and will go all the way if not "gang-tackled." Moves and reacts well to all situations. Still has slight tendency to fumble. Good receiver.
RON BEAGLE, LE
On almost everyone's All-America, he is an outstanding lineman and pure murder on rushing the passer—as Army found out. Agile and fast, he can catch, too.
EAGLE DAY, QB
One of the leading offensive players of the season, he will throw nearly half the time he's in. Dislikes carrying unless he has to. Erratic when rushed hard.
ALLEN MUIRHEAD, RHB
Dangerous all the time, fast, shifty and they call on him inside the 10. Best play is the hand-off but he also covers kicks well and is a good pass receiver.
REX REED BOGGAN, RT
One of the top men in the Southeastern Conference, former All-Service. Better on defense than offense and especially tough on play run directly at him.