The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on December 6, 1989 · Page 27
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1989 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR- MVP Riley makes things happen for bowl-bound BSU By MARK AMBROGI STAR STAFF WHITER Whenever David Riley's name pops up. Ball State football coach Paul Schudel always manages to find the same words. "He make things happen," the BSU boss said. The senior quarterback helped direct the 7-2-2 Cardinals to a Mid-American Conference title and an appearance in Saturday's California Raisin Bowl (3:30 p.m.. EST. WMCC-23) against Big West champion Fresno State (10-1) at Fresno. Calif. Named both the league's Offensive Player of the Year and MVP, Riley connected on 149 of 256 passes for 1 ,929 yards, including 13 touchdowns and just seven interceptions. His ability has definitely caught the eye of Fresno State coach Jim Sweeney. "He's a helluva player," Sweeney said. "He's a very smart player. He Just doesn't beat himself." But he does put the hurt on his opponents. Riley's record as a starting quarterback is 1 7-7-2 (.692). Throw out two losses In his two starts as a freshman and the record looks even more impressive. "David does a great job of making the correct reads on coverage." offensive ' coordinator Greg Meyer said. "And he has the athletic ability that he's able to execute and throw on target. "If the play we called is covered, David is able to move around and make things happen." Riley credits game experience for his field savvy. "I think the last couple years have helped me quite a bit," said Riley, a three-sport (basketball, football and baseball) standout at Valley View High School in Germantown, Ohio. In 1986. Riley played in nine games, completing 43 of 89 passes for 424 yards and was named the team's outstanding freshman. Riley was almost red-shirted the following season. "We knew David was a tremendous athlete," Meyer said. "But we had a good quarterback ' -in Wade Kosakowski. So we wanted to keep David back if he wasn't going to be a starter." But when Kosakowski went down with an injury In the fifth game of the season. Riley was pressed into action. Riley completed 38 of 62 passes for 491 yards in the final six games as the Cards went 4-2. In 1988. Riley was 168-for-263 for 1.886 Tli'W(i ii ' v fc v- f r I'm - yy Y' " tf ' - S jT" ' Southwestern wins STAR STATE REPORT Mauser. Ind. Junior Travis Kuhn scored 29 points and pulled down eight rebounds to lead visiting Southwestern to a 77-59 high school boys basketball victory over Hauser Tuesday night. Doug Williams added 12 points for the Spartans (4-1) while David Hamilton scored 1 1 . Hauser (1-4) got 21 points from Brandon Moore and 12 from Scott Mee. When in trouble, Ball State quarterback David Riley has the ability to scramble for some yards. He's rushed for 146 . yards on 61 carries this season. yards to help the team to an 8-3 attributes, he's also proved to be mark. quite durable. "I haven't been "David is a very good learner out with an injury since a shoul-and a tough competitor. He loves der injury my Junior year in high the game," Meyer said. "The key school," he said, for him is he always works to be Like any smart quarterback, the best that he can be." he gives the credit to his offen- In addition to Riley's other sive line. 7E5 B-3 Saturday, Dec. 9th 10:00 A.M. 8081 ZIONSVILLE RD. Auction Conducted By: 4r Merit Marketing Snow voted Butkus Award as top linebacker By IKE FLORES ASSOCIATED PRESS Orlando, Fla. Michigan State's Percy Snow, who has patterned himself after some of OPEN nAniiMi ! lAMi M VAUABU MOW! 1 IXPO WOODLAND WI5TIRN SOUTHfRN lYNHUf ST 421 football's most ferocious defensive players, Tuesday won the Dick Butkus award as the top linebacker In college football. The 6-2, 235-pound senior who made 163 tackles this season, grew up Just 10 minutes from the Pro Football Hall Of Fame at Canton, Ohio. 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"I haven't seen any better," said Michigan coach Bo Schem-bechler. Snow said he had hoped to win the award "but the team goals came first." Miami of Ohio whips Butler women Regina Smith scored 24 points to lead the Miami of Ohio women to a 71-59 college basketball victory over host Butler Tuesday night. With Butler leading, 22-20. In the first half. Miami tallied 16 straight points to take the lead for good. Gaby Downey added 1 5 points and Adrienne Spatz 12 for the Redskins (3-2). Nikkl Anderson had 14 points and Shelley Roby 10 for the Bulldogs (2-3). IUPUI 90, ST. FRANCIS (ILL.) 71 Julie Rotramel and Paulette Martin poured in 28 and 25 points, respectively, to help the Metros raise their record to 5-1. the Saints (3-4) were led by Dianne Fisher with 15. A. V , uuJ, C t S Buy one p'air of 1 I friend or Choose fron ATVs great for Hunting Season, All-Weather Walkers, Work Oxfords, Dress Shoes, Casuals and morel 'Offer does not apply to sale items. 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