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RED SANDERS , coach of the year in 1954, has been at the business for 27 seasons, the last seven at UCLA. His Bruins have won three straight Pacific Coast Conference championships while piling up a 51-14-1 record.
BOB BERGDAHL (44), qb: Calls signals unless Knox is in game. Very good blocker, strong and aggressive, leads plays well. Outstanding linebacker.
JIM DECKER (30), rhb: UCLA's most underrated player. A good wingback, great blocker and receiver, tremendous on defense.
RONNIE KNOX (18), lhb: Forget Harvey; this boy is a great football player. Really outstanding passer and punter. Smart signal caller, does bang-up job on defense.
STEVE PALMER (53), c: One of country's best centers; big, strong, mean and a terrific linebacker. He has to be good to keep Jim Matheny (51) on bench.
HARDIMAN CURETON (60), lg: Made some All-Americas. Great on defense, hard charger. Pulls and leads plays on offense, a standout blocker but has only fair speed.
ROGER WHITE (78), lt: Quick and agile but not big for a tackle. Fair offensively and defensively, may be UCLA's weak spot.