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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAM'

Tuesday, September 19, 1972

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FOUR-WAY RACE:
A CCs
By BOB SIMON
Our league is as evenly bal-
anced as any league in the coun-
try, vowed Clemson coach,
Hootie Ingram. It's true, the At-
lantic Coast Conference title
won't be decided until the final
game and any one of four teams
could be the victor.
Last year powerful North Caro-d
lina went unbeaten in six tries
against conference foes to earn
top honors. It won't be so easy
in 1972.
The Tarheels will probably be
the only ACC team which is not
improved. They lost eight de-
fensiv6 starters from last year
plus their whole offensive back-
field.
The young backs will find
:plenty of help when looking for
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1uads
Ron Rusnak, Jerry Sain, and F
Siegler-all of them All-Confe
ence last year-are returnini
Before the season Dooley w;
expecting the return of tailba<
Ike Oglesby, hampered by h
cramps last year, to boost tl
offense. Now sidelined with
charley horse, however, it
doubtful Oglesby will be able
regain the speed he exhibited
the start of last season.
Clemson could be the team
overtake last year's chamr
They finished second in the co
ference in 1971 with a 4-2 recor
Ingram feels that the san
record might be good enough
win this year. "I wouldn't 1
surprised if two losses take. tl
title," he predicted.
The Tigers defense is solid wi
the return of their defensi'

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attle for
backfield plus star defensive "They'v
tackle Frank Wirth. A 13-0 win the las
over Citadel in their opener was can't pr
adequate proof of that. Citadel seasons
had the fourth bast offense in Lastv
the country last year. Unfortun- posedly
ately for Clemson fans the of- State se
fense is not as capable as its title re
defense, leaving it up to the Terps a
defense to keep the team in the ness on
race. starting
Last year, Duke was troubled The
by the tremendous schedule it often ti
,was faced with. The team got by Al Nevi
the tough non-conference opposi- passing
tion and was ranked 14th in the this ye
nation before conference play be- 22 pass
gan. ACC's p
However, the early games took opener.
their toll as lack of depth forced Frank
some players to play both offense those p
and defense. Injuries andpure was na
exhaustion resulted in a disap- the wee;
pointing 2-3 conference record. .i.i
Coach Mike McGee feels this Virgir
year will be different. The Blue from t
Devils may have found a fine fered a
quarterback in Bob Albright, a last ye
junior college transfer. He com- The o
pleted eight of 13 passes last veteran
week as he took over for injured running
starting quarterback Mark John- rison D
son. back, h
With stars like defensive tackle aration
Ed Newman, a pre-season All- son of1
America candidate, and taiback George
Steve Jones, Duke could take it over.
all this year. The tough early Wake
season games may be just what third be
this young team needs to get sey and
ready for the ACC struggle. Larry H
Predictions of a title for Mary- of the
land are a little hard to believe their qu
for Terrapin followers. As new probabl
head coach Jerry Claiborne, a Demon
Bear Bryant p r o t e g e says, forget.

ti tle
*e won only nine games in
t five years here. We
redict a title before the
starts."
week's 24-24 tie with sup-
weak North Carolina
eems to indicate that a
sts in the future. The
re still plagued by inept-
defense as Claiborne is
six sophomores.
Terp offense will score
.his season. Quarterback
lle led the conference in
last year and started out
ar by completing 17 of
es for 217 yards as the
player of the week in the
Sophomore split end
Russell caught seven of
asses for 86 yards and
med ACC sophomore of
k.
nia still has not recovered
he embarassment it suf-
t the hands of Michigan
ar.
ffense is adequate, with a
offensive line and star
back Kent Merritt. Har-
avis, last year's quarter-
as a slight shoulder sep-
and George Allen, Jr.,
Los Angeles Rams coach
Allen, may have to take
Forest has the nation's
est punter in Chuck Ram-
the ACC's leading rusher,
Hopkins. The loss of most
defensive backfield plus
uarterback, however, will
y result in a season the
Deacons would rather

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GEORGIA'S JIMMY PAULOS (20) fumbles at the end of a short
run as Baylor's Paul Savage eyes the ball. Georgia managed to
recover the ball and continued to dominate the game, defeating
Baylor, 24-14.

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Texas
By JIM ECKER
All eight member schools of the1
Southwest Conference are in ac-
tion this Saturday in non-league
games.
14th ranked Texas (0-0-0) enter-
tains Miami (Fla.). The L o n g-
horns depend heavily on their
wishbone offense. All-America
running back Jim Bertelsen has
graduated, but tackle Jerry Size-
more, himself an All-America per-
former, is back to anchor an ex-
perienced offensive line.
Texas Coach Darrell Royal has
converted Allan Lowry, an All-
SWC defensive back, into the start-
ing quarterback. Experienced run-
ners include Don Burrisk and Den-
nis Ladd.
Miami, also relies predominantly
on its running attack. Hurricane
Coach Fran Curci claims t h a t
Chuck Foreman "will be the great-
est running .back in the nation" thisI
year and that he deserves Heisman
consideration.
Joining Foreman in the back-
field are Woody Thompson and
Coy Hall. John Hornibrook retains
his 1971 quarterback position, but
is being pressed by three less ex-
perienced men. Linebacker Harold
Sears is in charge of the Miami
defense against the Longhorn wish-
bone.
Arkansas is at home against Ok-
lahoma State. The Razorbacks re-
volve around Heisman Trophy can-
didate Joe Ferguson, their stellar

signalcaller,
Coach Frank Broyles gives Fer-
gnson a free hand in running the
offensive show which includes the
SWC's first and second leading re-
ceivers in, split-end Mike Reppond
and flankerback Jim Hodge. Tal-
ented running backs include Jon
Richardson, Dickey Morton and
Mike Saint.
Oklahoma State operates behind
an experienced quarterback in
Brent Blackman. Blackman's pass
targets include Reuben Gant and
Steve Pettes, while Junior college
transfer Archie White provides
some backfield speed.
Tee 'Pokes defense is spearhead-
ed by end Jay Cruse, tackle Bar-
ry Price, and middle-linebacker
Cleveland Vann, a converted full-
back.
Undoubtedly the toughest t a s k
awaiting a SWC team this Satur-
day throws Texas A&M against
Charlie McClendon's rugged LSU
Bengal Tigers.
Aggie Coach Emory B e 11 a rnd
banks on an experienced offensive
line to make good things happen.
Senior quarterback Tex J a m e s
has an accurate arm and a fine
aggregation of runners. On de-
fense, linebacker Grady Hoermnn
and tackle Boice Best are out-
standing.
McClendon alternates quarter-
backs Bert Jones and Paul Lyons.
Andy Hamilton is gone from a
surehanded fleet of receivers which

CLOSE RACE LOOMS
favored in SWC

returns Chuck Williamson, Jim-my
LeDoux and Joe Fakier. Gradua-

Lewis Thomas, a UCLA transfer,
are the qujprterbacks of this high-

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tion also grabbed All-America scoring oitfit.
Cornerback Tommy Cnssanova b1it Coach Bill Tohill'ยง Texas Chris-
the rest of the Bengal Tigers' de- tian sqiipd plays Indiana this Sa-
fense is experienced. tirday. The TCU quarterbacks are
SMU, 56-10 victors over W a k e Kent Marshall and Don Howard,
Forest on Saturday, are ready to while Mike. Luttrell is the Horned
unleash running sensation A 1 i n I-ogs' main runner. The defense
Maxsons against Coach D o u g is anchored by tackle Charlie Dav-
Dickey's Florida Gators. Maxson, is and linebacker Tookie Berry.
scooted for touchdowns of 13, 1.,
one, and 11 yards against WFake
Forest.
Mustang Menton Hayden Fry has
replaced Gary Hammond with a
couple of capable field generals inn
ford "Pancho"'Clark, Randy Goss,
and freshman sensation W a y n e By The Associated Press
Morris are also key performers. Southern California, following
The 'Ponies defense returns seven their 51-6 rout of Oregon State last
starters, including Second Team weekend, remained on top of the
All-America Bob Popelka. pack yesterday 'in the Associated
Florida's Gators lacly depth and Press college football poll. Okla-
a consistent passing attack. Their homa moved into the No. 2 posi-
best player, ceniter Mark King tion with an impressive opening-
starts the action for quarterback game victory.
Chan Gailey and runners Vince It was USC's second straight
Kendrick, Lenny Lucas and Andy week at the top of the rankings
Summers. since replacing Nebraska, the 1972
Bre-season favorite. Oklahoma rose
Baylor operates from the slt- from fourth to second after trounc-
I behind junior signal-caller Ran- ing Utah State, 49-0. Despite a 57-
Brian Kilgore carry the ball while 14 battering of Cincinnati, Colorado
All-Conference end Roger Goree slipped from second to third. Ohio
does his best to hold the defense State dropped to fourth place de-
s tohthed spite a 21-0 triumph over Iowa.
togethesorCTennessee claimed fifth place after
Missouri Coach Al Onofrio U s c s decisioning Penn State, 28-21.
Quarterback Ed Johndrow and ball ULonits secondtconsecutive
carriers Jack Bastable, L e r o y. UCLA won its second consecutive
Moss Mie Fik, nd Dn Jin-contest, and climbed from eighth
Moss, Mike Fink, and Don John- to sixth. Idle Alabama succumbed
son. The Tiger defense nas t e n to seventh while lSU gained the
new faces plus holdover middle-tevhth twith a i the
guard Bob Orsi. eighth spot with a 31-13 victory
over Pacific. Nebraska grabbed the
Texas Tech travels to Albuquer- poll's ninth notch with a 37-7 romp
que to play the New Mexico Lobospolsnnhnth iha3- rm
Coach Jim Carlen'sRed Raiders over Texas A&M. Arizona State,
crushed Utah last Saturday 49-2 a 33-28 victor over Houston, ousted
bruhehdUahasterSaktJueBranPenn State from the top ten.
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tailback George Smith. Doug
"Bruiser" McCutchen plays iull-
back.
Coach Rudy Feldman's WAC
squad is offensively explosive. The
Lobos' rushing attack ranked se-
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The Top 20
The Top Twenty teams, with first-
place votes in parentheses, season re-
cords and total points. Points based on
20-18-16-14-12-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1:
1. Southern California (28) 2-0 920
2. Oklahoma (11) 1-0 840
3. Colorado (7) 2-0 769
4. Ohio State (2) 1-0 622
5. Tennessee (2) 2-0 615
6. UCLA 2-0 490
7. Alabama 1-0 463
8. Louisiana State 1-0 392
19. Nebraska 1-1 377
10. Arizona State 2-0 190
11. Penn State 0-1 180;
12. MICHIGAN 1-0 162,
13. Notre Dame OtO 156
14. Texas 0-0 109
15. Washington 2-0 86
16. Georgia 1-0 59
17. Florida State 2-0 58
18. Michigan State 1-0 54
19. Stanford 1-0 50
20. Mississippi 1-0 38
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Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
betically: Air Force, Arkansas, Auburn,
California, Dartmouth, Georgia Tech,
Indiana, Iowa State, Louisville, North
Carolina, North Carolina State, San
Diego State, Southern Methodist, Texas
Christian, Toledo, West Virginia.

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