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Section D Monday, Nov. 22, 1971 . Page D-1 El Paso Herald-Post Sports-News Amusements UTEP, Unable to Stop Rams Power. . . Plays Long Beach This Week Miners Choke On CSU 'Dust' By BOB INGRAM A football coach watching his team chewed up in sustained marches by the opposition must have the most helpless feeling in the world. Bobby Dobbs stood by and .watched the relentlsss Colorado State Rams, using a three- yard-and-a-cloud-of-dust formula, smash their way on three long drives; in their 24-7 ^victory over the U.T. El Paso * Miners Saturday night in the Sun Bowl. There was nothing Dpbbs and his staff could do. THE MINERS were unable to stop, the power plunges- of Larry -.(The • '€ lilt ah) •McCutsheqn - and his team- 'mates.. 'The .Miner ,defensive line was completely outplayed by the CSU offensive line. CSU gained most of its yardage up the middle, an area exploited the week before by New Mexico. "We simply got overpowered," said. Dobbs, "They came right at us and we couldn't contain them." The defensive' unit, which was the pride and joy of the Miners earlier in the season, has not held up in the last two games. "It has gone down= hill," said Dobbs. "No. question about it." LIKE 0 THE R S who've played the Miners this season, ' Colorado State played its best game, of the season. "By : far ..out best," said ; coach"Jerry. Wampfler, He praised the play of McCucheon who gained 160 yards. "He played on a sore knee," said Wampfler. "It wasn't his best game of, the season but it was a good game for him." COLORADO STATE put Jake Green, a fast back, into the game in the second half and he and McCutcheon com. plemented each other well. "Green took some of the pressure off McCutcheon." The one bright offensive spot for the Miners wps Phil Hatch's 36-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to help tie the score at 7-7. On a fourth . down play, Hatch broke through the line, and had the whole area free of enemy tacklers. "WE HAD A blitz on," said Wampfler, "and our . safety was playing up close to the line," It appeared that the momentum had swung to the Miners but on the next kickoff, the Rams took the ball on their 20 and marched 80 yards in 16 plays with'McCutcheon scoring. It. was the turning point of the game. Early in the fourth .period they went from midfield , after recovering -a UTEP fumble and scored in 16 plays with Larry' Tarver scoring from the two. Bruce Torgerson put frosting on the cake by kicking a • field goal an the fourth of 28 yards. IN THE FIRST quarter, the Ram's- 'went from their 46 • yards in 11 plays to score with Jim Erickson, the quarterback, piling over from the one. Speaking of Erickson, he'was another one of those nimble footed quarterbacks who've ' faced the Miners this year. He threw only three passes but he gained 86 yards carrying the ball. The loss put the Miners in the Western Athletic Conference cellar. They finish the season Saturday by pl-aying Long Beach in the Sun Bowl. Long Beach has an 8-3 record. The Long. Beach 49ers defeated Hawaii in - Honolj'.lu 45-22 , Saturday. Terry Metcalf, the Long Beach star, ran .for-five touchdowns. He'll be. the. big menace' to the Miners Saturday. - ••'-.- 10 From 2 Loops in Postseason Play Big 8 and Dominate By BILL MADDEN UPI Sports Writer The, Big Eight vs. the Southeast — that seems to be college football '71's recurring theme -as the season winds to its close with an endless parade of bowl activity. With the upcoming Nebraska-Oklahoma and Alabama- Auburn clashes still clouding both the National and Big Eight-SEC title pictures, no less, than 10 schools from the two conferences will partici- . pate in post-season bowls.' Top-ranked Nebraska and fourth-ranked Alabama have accepted bids to the Orange Bowl in Miami, Fla. while~No. 2 Oklahoma and No. 5 Auburn have agreed to 'meet in the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. IN ADDITION to Nebraska and Oklahoma, the Big Eight will be represented by 10th- ranked Colorado in the Astro- Bluebonnet Bowl against host school Houston and Iowa State in the Sun Bowl at El Paso, versus LSU. of the SEC. The Bayou Bengals clinched .their berth aSturday night by easily whipping punchless Notre Dame, 2S-8. Joining Alabama, Auburn and- LSU in the bowl field for [iiniimiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimim!! Time Out Strong Team In Hereford " By DERRY EADS . Coronado'coach Jack Quarles believes his team will have a -handful taking care of Hereford's offense Friday at 7:30 p.m. in-the Sun Bowl in the Class AAAA Regional game. ' The T-Birds captured the District 1-AAAA—2-AAAA Bi- District title Friday with an 17-8 win over Bowie High School and Hereford is the District 3-AAAA-4-AAAA. champions by .. : ,. •—• : defeating Pampa 28-20. Saturday. ."HEREFORD REALLY outhustled Pampa to win that . game," stated coach Quarles, Ann CirfrCtfin " Thev were big underdogs but . f\ LIU WI C gV 11 looked real good in winning. iimmiiimiiiNimiiimiiiiiiiimiiii Prefontaine Oregon Win CC Meet '- KNOXVILL'E, Tenn. (UPI) ; —Steve Prefontaine of the University of Oregon won the NCAA cross-country; meet for .the second year in-a row today with a relatively slow 'time of 29:14.9. Oregon, wih 83 points, also ' won the NCAA team champi- • onship followed by Washington State-with'122. GARRY BJORKLUND of the . University of Minnesota • was second with a time of ! 29:21. 'Third was Mike Flack • of North -Dakota State, fourth Dan Murphy of Washington -State and fifth Richard Reid of Brigham Young. Villanova, which had been favored, posted a score of 162 -to take third in -the team standings followed by East Tennessee State and Kansas State. - • ' : . How Top Football's 20 Fared NEW YORK (UPI) - Kow the. United Press International top 20 malor college football teams fared,over the weekend: . T. Nebraska did not play. . .2. Oklahoma did not play.. "l Mlchloan-defeated Ohio State 10-7. 4. Alabama did not utay. 5. Auburn did not clay. *. Penn State defeated Pittsburgh 55-18. • T. Notre Dame lost 1o LSU 28-8. t Arizona State defeated Son Jos* State 49-4. 1. Georgia did not clay, io. Colorado defeated Air Force 53-17. - 11. Tennessee defebted Kentucky 21•7. • , . "12, Toledo defeated Kent State 41-6. 13. Houston defeated Miami Ha. 27-4. -14. Texas dW not play. 15. Michigan State lost to Northwest• trn 28'7. 16. Southern California tied UCLA 7-7. 17. North Carolina defeated Duke 380. U.- Louisiana State defeated Notre • ^ Dame 28-8. 1»: (tie) Arkansas defeated Texas -'Tech 15-0. • (tie) Stanford defeated California , ' 14-0. Hawaii Lounge Gets Big inning Hawaii Lounge scored seven runs in the first inning and 1 went on to defeat E&M Machinery 12-10 in the Ascarate Softball League- Top hitters. for Hawaii were Pablo Ramirez. Eduanio'Car- rasco, and Juan Marmolejo. Other results: Astros 10, Royal Knights 8; Roy Lown's 12, Surety Chevron 8- Good Luck.Cafe 10, T-Birds 4; JC 16, Mar-Texl; Rudy's Raiders 10, EP": Sluggers 9; Playboys 13, Riily's Chevron 6 and El Co- Co-Mo. 15, Follies Bar 1. Bowl Roll NEW YORK (UPI) — Bowl participants and records for 1971 major post season college games: , : • • • Dec. 18-SUN BOWL at El Paso—Iowa State (7-3) vs. Louisiana State (7-3). Dec. 20—LIBERTY BOWL at Memphis—Tennessee (7-2) vs. Arkansas (8-2-1). Dec,' 27—FIESTA BOWL at Phoenix —Florida State (7-3) vs. Arizona St. (9-1). Dec. 28—T ANGER I-.NE BOWL at Orlando, Fla,—Toledo (11-0) vs. Richmond (5-5). Dec. 30—PEACH BOWL at Atlanta —Georgia Tech (ft-4) vs. Mississippi (8-2). Dec. 31—GATOR BOWL at Jacksonville, Fla. —Georgia (9-1) vs. North Carolina '9-2). Dec. 31-4. S T R 0 -B,I U E BONNET BOWL - at' Houston —Colorado (9-2) vs. Houston (8-2). Jan. 1—ROSE BOWL at Pasadena, Calif.—Michigan (11-0) vs. Stanfonl (8-3). Jan. 1.—ORANGE BOWL at Miami, Fla.—Nebraska (10-0) vs. Alabama (10-0). Jan. I—SUGAR BOWL at New Orleans—Oklahoma (9-0) vs. Auburn (9-0). Jan. 1—COTTON BOWL at Dallas—Perm State (10-0) vs. Texas (7-2;.—Texas plays in Cotton Bo*l if it defeats Texas A&M on Thanksgiving Day. A tie or loss by Texas wiii give Arkansas the Cotton Bowl berth. FOR MOVING Ul OR LOCAL CALL It PAW-MAYFLOWER Moving & Storage Services 9005MONTANA. 772-4251 Tilt Ft/lowing fhirmadtt Fill Dipt, of Welbrt Prtscriptions Coleman's College Plaza 2101 N. Oregon Coleman's Medical Arts 417 E. Yandell Kern Place Pharmacy 230 Cincinnati Sun Discount 802BAIameda Ysleta Pharmacy 9028 Alameda Member* of II faio County Pharmacy Aftotkrtlon Louisiqnd State and Iowa State Look Impressive Top Sun Bowl Match-UP 'They have a real excellent quarterback in Keith Kitchens and two fine running backs. Hereford runs out of a lot of different f o' r ,m a t i o n s and throws and runs at a 50-50 ration. "Hereford is not real big, but they are quick.". Coronado is 10-0-1 on the season while Hereford is 8-5. ;playoff dates • and sftes for this week's Texas High School Class AAAA football playoffs: El Peso Coronado vs. Hereford, 7:30 p.m., Friday, at El Paso-Sun Bowl-. Wichita Falls High vs. Arlington High,. 2 p.m., Saturday at Wichita Falls, • Fort Worth Eastern Hills vs. Dallas Carter, 7:30 D.m., Friday at Fort Worth Farrington 'Field. Richardson Lake Highlands vs. Kll- leen, 7:311 p.m., Friday ot Woco Baylor Stadum. -Houston Sam Houston vs. Houston Lee, 7:30 p.m., Friday, at Houston Delmar Stcdlum. Port Artiiur Lincoln vs. Houston Smiley, 7:30 D.m., Friday at Baytown Stallworth Field. Austin Reagan v«. Alice, 2 p.m., Sotur- day, at Austin Memorial Stadium. SeflUin vs. San Antonio Lee, 2:30 p.m., Friday, Austin -Memorial Stadium. "It'll be interesting to see the penalty call on that play." Colo. State, UTEP Stats SCORING COLORADO STATE ......7 0 710—24 TEXAS-EL PASO v..;l> 0 7 0—7 CSU—Erickson 1 run (Torserson UTEP—Hatch 34 run (Brohm kick). CSU—McCutcheon 1 run (Torscrson kick) CSU—Tarver 2 run (Torgerson kick). CSU—PG Tarserson 28. CSU 23 80-363 11 16 1-3-0 3-39,0 3 30 TEAM STATISTICS first downs rushes-yards passing yardage return yardage Basses punts fumbles lost yards oeanllzed UTEP 11 27-153 103 92 13-26-0 4-40.5 5 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Alt. Net TD Long McCufcheon, CSU 3J 140 Hatch, UTEP 11 96 Erickson, CSU 19 86 Green, CSU 14 43 Blackford, CSU 8 32 Gibson, UTEP 1 25 Atkins, UTEP 8 M Tarver, CSU ..: 7 23 Berry, UTEP 8 21 PASSING Att. oomp. HI Yds. Lona Kelthiey, UTEP U 9 0 48 13 Crolao, UTEP 11 4 0 60 27 Erickson, CSU 3 0 0 11 11 PASS RECEIVING No. Y Avg. L Anderson, UTEP 3 28 13. Hatch, UTEP 2 27 77 -O'Nell, UTEP 2 25 M Altcmus, UTEP 2 21 13 Kennedy, CSU 1- H •" PUNTING No. Y Avg. Long Kelthley, UTEP 4 1/2 16.2 51 Hill, CSU .'3 117.39 46 PUNT RETURNS No. Yds. Duncan, CSU i 1 15 Reed, UTEP 1 , 2 KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yds: Reed, UTEP 3 -61 Berry, UTEP ...il 35 Green, CSU 1 . 1 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS CSU — Olson 5 unassisted tackles, .3 assisted tackles; Johannlngmeier 5-3, Smith 3-2, St. Clfllr 3-2, McGee 3-2, Duncan 3-1, Stockham 2-1, Hargjs 2-2 r Tjiompson 2-2. UTEP — Pera 10-11, Croft 9-14, Washington 2-6, Chapman 2-5, Walker 2-5, Smith 3-1, Chavando 2-6, Paquln 1-6, Holmes. 3-6, DeSha 3-S, Reed 3-3. Bliss Women's Tournament Off The Ft. Bliss Women's Golf Assn. will not hold its regular- Tuesday tournament. Action is expected to resume •after the Thanksgiving holidays. One of the most glamorous Sun Bowl -games in the event's 37-year history will unfurl here on Dec. 18 when Louisiana State University, one of the nation's traditionally top gridiron powers, tangles with Iowa State University, now in the ascending stages of building a new pigskin dynasty in the nation's heartland. Both teams signed for the 1971 Sun Bowl classic following impressive victories Saturday. LSU gave a brilliant display of its credentials by soundly zapping the 7th ranked Fighting Irish of Notre Dame 28-8 before a nationwide TV.audi- ence, and Iowa State gave a preview of things to, come by laying it on Oklahoma State 54-0 to give the Cowboys their worst beating in several seasons. Both teams now own 7-3 records for the season, and each has a wrap-up game next Saturday: LSU against traditional inter-state rival Tulane, and Iowa State against major -independent San Diego State. . RICH MCCARTY, SunBowi selection -chairman-, and Bill White, committee member, were on hand in the press~-box at the LSU-'Notre Dame game tc- offer a Sun Bowl bid'to the Bengals, but it was' not officially accepted until just after the start of the fourth quarter when Notre Dame was on the short end of a 21-0 count. In a telephone conversation to Sun Bowl officials in El Paso while the game was still in progress, LSU Athletic Director Carl Maddox reported his acceptance of the bid and emphasized LSU's eagerness to come to El Paso based_ O'Neill, Reed Win Awards Pat O'Neill, tight end on the U.T. El Paso football team, and Benny Reed, defensive backfielder and kickoff return men, won gold helmets for their play against Colorado State Saturday night. O'Neill won on offensive play and Reed on defensive play. on -reports from other. Southeastern Conference teams which have played here over the past few years including Georgia, Auburn,' and Mississippi.'. . ' . ,. • "We are pleased to be play- ing in the Sun Bowl," Maddox said. "We have enjoyed reports from the teams who have 'played there, and are excpted about this new experience. We are also proud to fly the banner of the Southeastern It's Big Game Week-ASU vs. AU The Western Athletic Conference football season closes this week with the big game slated to be played between Arizona and Arizona State. Although the. Sun Devils have already -clinched the championship, that fact will not dull the contest between the two state schools. They'll meet in Aribona. State's stadium at Tempe Saturday, IN OTHER GAMES, Colorado'State is-tost to New Mexico- State, New Mexico Lobos go on a fun-filled junket to Hawaii. and Utah plays Houston University-in ; the Astrodome. Junior halfback Fred Hemy of New Mexico joined the "1000-Yard Club" as the (Lobos .defeated Wyoming last Saturday 49-14. Henry .picked up. Ill yards to make it 1,016 yards for the season. Nate McCall and Rocky Long also ran for more than 100 yards against Wyoming. ' UTAH .UPSET Brigham Young 17-15 on Marv Bateman's field goal, Colorado' State dropped U.T. El Paso 24-7, Arizona Stafe beat' San" Jose' State 49-6 and -Arizona lost to San Diego 38-10. - - - , WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CONFERENCE W X-ARIZONA STATE « 'NEW MEXICO 5 ARIZONA J BYU 3 UTAH • -• J WYOMI-NG 3 COLORADO STATE 1 U.T. EL PASO 1 X-CL-INCHED CONFERENCE TITLE. PF 257 231 66 W 170 1'17 60 55 PA S3 154 71 127 132 173 162 166 W 9 6 S S 3 5 2 4 ALL GAMES L T PF 0 236 320 191 227 228 222 139 -128 Giclon Heads Double Main Conference in this inter-conference . rivalry against a fine Iowa State team." HARRISON KOHL, executive direcor of the Sun Bowl, was on hand in Ames Saturday to offer a Sun'Bowl bid if the Cyclones made a good showing against Oklahoma State. Their answer was to blow the Cowboys out of he stadium with the 54-0 count. "I believe Iowa State could have played on even .terms with any team in the country and beaten most of them the way they were getting it Saturday," Kohl said upon his return to El Paso. IN A TELEPHONE call to El Paso, Coach Johnny Majors said that he felt a great deal of -pride in,heaidin-g the first Iowa State team ever to appear hi a post-season bowl. . "We can't think of a better bowl to make our first appearance in, 'and 1 I want to tell.all the folks -in El Paso that, they'll find Iowa State ready for the Sun Bowl. We're very, appreciative of the opportunity to come to your bowl this year, and we know you're going .to like us." ' •'•• -Mickey Holmes, '.assistant commissioner of the Big Eight 'Conference,' noted that the Cyclones have not lost a -game outside their own conference. Their three losses have come against -conference members Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Colorado, all members of the elite top-10. A double main event card 1 •h e a d e d b y Ciclon Negron against Mr. Wrestling will be •staged-' by El Paso Wrestling Club as its weekly offering at 8:30 p.m". today in the Coliseum. The bottom half of the. double main event will be -a tag fracas with Lord Al Hays and Eric Rommel teaming against The Infernos. Semi-final action pits Pak Song against Buck Robley. Special attraction for the evening will be -a distaff brawl with ex-Texas Women's champ Kay Noble squaring off against • Marie -Laverne-, and the' five-bout card will be rounded out with a one-fall opener. Semi-final action pits Pak Song against Buck Robley. 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UNBEATEN and^ixfihrj ranked Penn State upped- its record to 10-0 by crushing-hapj' less Pittsburgh 55-18- and- immediately accepted a bid tq^ <. the Cotton.Bowl to face "the; % winner of the Southwes-: Con? fejence (probably Texas) " r " Tangerine Bowl boundTole- do. extended the nation'^long-, est winning streak to ^ "b£ blasting Kent State 41-6. Th* 12t h-r a n k e d Rockets (u wiir oppose Richmond whiclwipset William & Maiy 21-19 for the* Southern Conference championship. Arizona State, the host team for '.'the fust annual ^Fiesta Bowl in Ternpe, Ariz., w^n its ninth game in 10 decisions by , crushing San Jose State 49-£ The Sun. Devils': opponent -inr the Fiesta will be Florid* State now that the Big^Eight and SEC have had thefrTanks depleted. ' -^ : ln the small college ranks* top-rated Delaware may*ave «, '.cinched a berth in theUjoard? walk bowl at Atlantic'^Ci^yj N.J., by completing its,season. at 9-1 with a 46-0 thumpmg^of BuckneU. 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