Offensive coordinator Jeff Bowden said Wednesday that he was leaning toward giving freshman De'Cody Fagg the nod at split end over Stovall, who remains slowed by a pulled hamstring.
Bowden changed his mind on Thursday.
"I saw everything I needed to see today," Bowden said.
Stovall leads the team with five receiving touchdowns. He'll likely be the focal point of Seminoles' passing efforts since flanker Craphonso Thorpe will be serving a one-game suspension.
Starting middle linebacker Buster Davis (arm) is available on Saturday but it will be a game time decision whether or not he starts.
Reserve strongside linebacker Ray Piquon (left knee) will not play against the Blue Devils. Piquon, who has ligament and cartilage damage, has elected not to have surgery until the off-season.
Surgery would end the senior's season but rest may give him the opportunity to play in a bowl game. Piquion started the season-opener at Miami.
OUT FOR BLOOD
"That's not the case," wide receiver Dominic Robinson said.
"I don't think loose is a good word to describe it. A lot of guys out here have a real sick feeling in their stomachs. Duke has to pay."
Robinson has an ideal situation that would qwell the hurting:
"We put up 60 points, 500 yards of total offense and then play the fourth quarter," he laughed.
"I played the game on Playstation today and we won 85-0."