Boyd F. (Red) Morgan, 72, an actor and stunt man who boasted that in the 2,000 falls he had taken off horses in dozens of motion pictures and television shows, neither he nor his horses were ever injured. A halfback on the last USC football team Howard Jones ever coached, Morgan played professional football with the Washington Redskins before entering the film industry. He was seen as actor and stunt man in such TV series as "Gunsmoke," "Bonanza" and "Wagon Train" in addition to his work in films. In 1983 he won the first Stuntmen's Life Achievement Award. At his ranch in Tarzana on Jan. 8 of apparent heart failure.