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19. Only Takes One

Doyle Nave comes off bench to win Rose Bowl

Jan. 2, 1939: Believe it or not, there was a time when Duke was good at football. That time was the 1930s, and the '38 team was downright dominant -- heading into the Rose Bowl against USC, the Blue Devils hadn't surrendered a point all season. But fourth-string Trojans quarterback Doyle Nave became the unlikely streak buster. Nave completed four straight fourth-quarter passes, the last covering 19 yards to "Antelope" Al Krueger for the winning score in a 7-3 USC triumph.

-- Pat Forde