William Murray has a lifetime coaching record of 76-26-5. His winning ways followed him from the University of Delaware to Duke in 1951, and in four seasons the Blue Devils have won 27, lost 10 and tied three.
BOB PASCAL, JERRY BARGER, JOHNNY PALMER
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BRYANT ALDRIDGE (27), fb: They call on him for the one necessary yard. Second to Pascal in net yardage with a 5.4-yard average. Has replaced Worth Lutz (17).
BUDDY BASS (34), rhb: Leads pass receivers with nine caught for 147 yards and one TD. Also has thrown for two TDs and is fine tackier with good speed.
BERNIE BLANEY (26), rhb: Small but tough to bring down. Very fast, he excels as an open-field runner. So far hasn't looked too good on defense.
JESSE BIRCHFIELD (75), lg: Pretty good two-way man who knows how to handle his 208 pounds. Played tackle in 1953.
RALPH TORRANCE (11), rg: May be team's best lineman, he is a consistently alert player, hasn't had a bad game in 1954. Good blocker, aggressive on defense.
FRED CAMPBELL (48), It: Varsity wrestler, he isn't as good as he should be and yardage has been made through him. Missed 1952 season with injuries.
DAN COX (77), rt: A sophomore who has developed quickly after a standout freshman year. Doesn't fool easily.