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UHL1 MIG~~lAlN DAILY

Wednesday, November 13, 1974

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Seven teais battle for bowl bid
By MICHAEL WILSON Methodist, Texas, Texas Tech, Arkansas, Rice 4-3 record along with Arkansas, SMU, Texas, to make a Cotton Bowl appearance and have
and Texas Christian. Texas A&M and Texas Tech. The loser of the not won a conference champiciship since 1924.
With just three weeks left in the regular 1974RieByogaewud in upnsvnt
season, one would think that conference races Rice-Baylor game would wind up in seventh Baylor coach Grant Teef contends that his
would at least be halfway decided. One or two EVERY TEAM except TCU is still mathe. place at 3-4. Bears have as good a title shot as anyone. "We
teams battling down to the wire is a common matically in the race for the conference crown Numerous other combinations involving two have got three tough games and we must win
thing these days. and the right to represent the SWC in the and three teams also exist. al o te Btg as a d eat Tea
Cotton Bowl January 1 against Penn State. Perhapsmore important, is the right to all of them. But Texas has got to beat Texas
But when seven teams still have a chance forPehp.mripotnstergttola
Texas A&M and Baylor lead the conference. in the Cotton Bowl, awarded to the conference A&M no matter what," Teef said.
he crown, tis a rare thing indeed. A&M is 4-1 with two games to p 1 a y and champion.
Such is the case in the Southwest Conference, Baylor is 3-1 with three games left. SMU, Texas, Unlike the Big Ten the SWC is ready for OTHER THAN Baylor, Texas A&M remains
omprised of Texas A&M, Baylor, Southern and Texas Tech all own 3-2 records. Arkansas such an occurrence. the "team to beat". The Aggies play just two
is 2-3 and down-but-not-out Rice is 1-3. According-to a spokesman for the SWC, if games compared to Baylor's three. A&M must
Possible tie combinations range from a two two teams end up in a tie, then the team that play Rice, currently 2-3, and a nationally-tele-
Countdown to Cotton Bowl to a six-team tie. Five teams could win the beat the other one in regular season would earn vised game against Texas on November 29. Also,
conference crown outright. the right to play in the Cotton Bowl. If those Texas A&M has already beaten Baylor.
W L T GAMES REMAINING . two teams had tied during the regular season, "I think we've "
How could six teams manage to end up in a then the team that went last is eliminated and got the better shot, Aggie de-
Texas A&M 4 1 0 Texas, Rice tie for the conference crown? the other team goes. fensive coordinator Melvin Robertson said.
Baylor 3 1 0 Texas Tech, SMU, Rice "We've already beaten Baylor and Tech has lost
SByU 3 2 0 Arkansas ,Baylor If Rice beats Texas A&M, Arkansas beats The guidelines are the same if a three or
Texas 3 2 0 TCU, Texas A&M SMU, Texas Tech downs Baylor, and TCU four team tie results. The team with the best two games. Theyre all but out of it." -
Texas Tech 3 2 0 Baylor, Arkansas manages to upset Texas this weekend, then the record against the other teams involved in the Such a race involving 75 per cent of the
Arkansas 2 3 0 SMU, Texas Tech next week Arkansas would have to beat Tech, tie would go to the Cotton Bowl. teams is a rare sight in these days of contin-
Rice 1 3 0 Texas A&M, TCU, Baylor SMU down Baylor, and Rice defeat TCU. uous domination by a few teams. "It's nice to
TCU 0 5 0 Texas, Rice IF SIX teams somehow wind up in a tie, then
THEN, on November 29, Texas would have the team whose last appearance predates the see the conference wild again - the way it used
XX. :":;.>::<,:;,;:::";;>:"s to beat Texas A&M. The winner of the Rice- others is awarded the Cotton Bowl trip. In this to be before Texas started dominating things,"
Baylor game on November 30, would have a case, the odds favor Baylor. The Bears have yet said SMU coach Dave Smith.

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The Top
By the UPI
1. Alabama (23)
2. MICHIGAN (11)
3. Ohio State
4. Notre Dame
5. Auburn
6. Nebraska
7. USC
8. Florida
9. Texas A&M
10. Penn State
11. N. Carolina State
12. Miami, O.
13. Michigan State
14. Houston
15. Maryland
16. Pitt
17. Oklahoma State
18. Texas Tech
19. (tie) Baylor
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