SONNY SORRELL (20), le: Best receiving end with good speed but often used as decoy. Only 178 pounds but still a pretty polished defensive player.
TRACY MOON (35), re: Even smaller (158 pounds) than Sorrell, he is a good receiver but because of his weight has had trouble on defensive assignments.
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Bill Glassford, an All-America guard at Pittsburgh in 1936, became Nebraska's 22nd coach after a great record at New Hampshire. Under him, the Cornhuskers have played rugged schedules, emerged with 26-29-6 mark.
DAN BROWN, RON CLARK, BOB SMITH
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WILLIE GREENLAW (47), rhb: A good all-round back. Led the team in rushing with 427 yards in 56 carries?for a very creditable 7.6-yard average.
BOB OBERLIN (53), c: Very strong, he has been a regular for three years. Carries out all his assignments well, plays middle guard on defense.
DON ERWAY (25), qb: Subs for Brown and likes to pass. Completed 21 of 41 passes for 336 yards and four TDs and had only one aerial intercepted all year.
CHARLES BRYANT (64), lg: Very aggressive with excellent speed. Covers well on kick-offs and on punts. Is also an effective left linebacker on defense.