Daily Sitka Sentinel from Sitka, Alaska on January 6, 1978 · Page 5
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69-5 1 Victory over Iowa Disappoints Indiana Coach The Indiana basketball team won, but didn't win artistically enough to please Bobby Knight. The Indiana crowd yelled, but didn't yell enthusiastically enough to please Bobby Knight. _ In fact, nothing pleased Bobby Knight, especially after an off night in shooting by the Hoosiers. "I thought oar play offensively in this game was the worst I've seen since I've been here," said Knight after his llth-rank- ed Hoosiers routed Iowa 69-51 Thursday night despite a poor 33 percent shooting performance from the field. The Hawkeyes didn't do much better with 36 percent, and contributed a basketful of turnovers, and therein was the story of their Big Ten opener. Mike Woodson and Wayne Radford combined for 31 points and led a game-breaking, eight- "Anv Hm » o v e r : an VimL y?U .u"" 1 .. bal1 you ran TM ? m u first half ' e'sewhJJ ·* ^ I** 8 ~ nd go Lute oS 'w. hT C ° aCh an lm " was But I ti'nt ?K ° r Certain * was for ,?« ' 1 Jre P utatlon for us » the bl 8gest hassle, ° Wn W ° rst T ° P W . Nevada- Cal State , N °' 17 Provi No ift M^ Br ° Wn ***'· «?; 18fMlchlgan sta te beat Minnesota 87-83 and Nevada- Keno upset No. 19 San Fran- Cisco 82-80. scored 20 ~ players in double figures as unbeaten Nevada-Las Vegas whipped Cal State Northridge for its 14th victory in a row this season and 72nd consecutive home- court triumph. Washington Coach Gets Hefty 4-year Contract .SEATTLE (AP) - Football including victories over South- Loach Don James has torn up ern Cal, which went on to win four-year pact that may make him the best-paid coach on the West Coast. UW Athletic Director Mike Lude said the new pact for the Rose Bowl-winning coach takes effect this fall and runs through 1981. "Last year Mike White (California football coach, sub- the young and inexperienced Huskies were 5-6. A 25-point performance by Dwight Williams led Providence over Brown. The Friars broke the game open with a 124 streak midway through the second half. Earvin Johnson scored 31 points and paced a' furious comeback late in the second half to help Michigan State beat Minnesota. Mycfral Thompson, who recently returned from NCAA suspension, was the Gophers' top scorer with 27 points. Johnny High and Michael 3ray ignited a second-half rally :o pull Nevada-Reno back from a 17-point deficit and give the Wolf Pack its stunning West Coast Athletic Association victory over San Francisco. Trailing 68-51 with 10:32 remaining, Reno outscored USF 21-2 to take the lead 72-70 on a basket by Gray with six minutes left. After USF's Winford Boynes scored on a jump shot to tie the game, Reno center Edgar d Jones scored two free throws and a field goal to give the Wolf Pack a 76-72 lead with 1:48 to go. The Dons pulled to within two points three times, but High made four free throws and Steve Hunter added two more to clinch the victory. "When we were 17 down, I just told the guys to do some gambling," said Nevada-Reno Coach Jini Carey. "It's a great victory for us because they are on top and we'r College Basketball By Th»» Associated Press MIDWKST Buffalo 78, Wis-Milwaukee 75 Dayton 61, UNC-Charlotte 55 Indiana 69,plowa 51 Iowa St 74, Drake 71 Michigan Si 87, Minnesota 83 Mt Marty 74, Dakota Wesl 59 Mt Vernon Naz 79, Ohio Dominican 69 Ohio St 77, Wisconsin 61 Purdue 95, Illinois 85 St. Louis 78, Columbia 66 Wayne St 97, Midland 93, OT Wilmington 93, Urbana 75 Xavier. Ohio 79, Kenyon 68 SOUTHWEST Abilene Chris 74, SE Oklahoma 73 Houston 103, Houston Bapt 51 Ouachita Bapt 61, E Texas Bapt 47 Tulsa 70, West Texas 56 ' FAR WEST Nevada-Las Vegas 83, Northridge St 72 Nevada-Reno 82, San Francisco 80 Portland 90, Loyola, Cal..66 Santa Clara 78, St. Mary's, Calif. 75 San Jose St. 76, Sacramento St. 69 Seattle 95, Pepperdine 83 Southern Cal 68, Washington St 65 S Oregon 103, Warner, Pac. UC Davis 73, Cal St, Bakersfield 70 UC Santa Barbara 84, Illinois St 69 Utah 83, Utah St 76 Broncos' Red Miller NFL Coach of Year Daily Siika Sentinel, Alaska, Friday, January 6,1978, Page 5 N H W Y O R K ( A P ) ~ Red Miller, who guided the defense- minded Denver Broncos into the playoffs for the first t i m e in their history -- and into the Super Bowl as well - was named N a t i o n a l Football League Coach of the Year today by The Associated Press. Miller's team had the best American Conference record U2-2) in the regular season, then knocked off the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-21 and defending NFL champion Oakland 20-17 in the AFC title game. He received 58 of the 84 votes cast by a nationwide panel of sports writers and broadcasters, three from each league city. Don Shula of the Miami Dolphins received 25 votes. The remaining vote went to Leeman Bennett of the Atlanta Falcons. By the close of the 1976 season, some of Denver's players were sufficiently unhappy to openly demand a coaching change. So Robert Miller, who had spent 17 years as an assistant coach in the pros, the last four developing New England's explosive offense, was hired. He succeeded John Ralston as head coach of the discontented Broncos, also-rans from the day they were born in the American Football League in 1960 until last year, a team which didn't even post a winning season until 1973. It was also Miller's second term with 5he Broncos. He was their of- I'ensive line coach from 1953-65, "He's one in a million," said Lyle Alzado, Denver's All-Pro defensive end. "I'd go out and riie for that man." Miller's first major move was lo acquire Craig Morton, a discontented backup quarterback to Roger Staubach at Dallas and an ineffective starter with the New York Giants for a dozen years. It was a one-for-one deal. The Broncos got Morton, the Giants got quarterback Steve Ramsey. Morton became the AFC's No.2 passer. Ramsey was cut before the season began. "Red is a most unusual man." said Morton. "When I first met him, 1 felt something special was about to happen. At our first meeting he said we were coming into' a unique situd ation. a new quarterback and a new coach coming to a team that was 9-5. He said, 'We can do an awful lot with this team. Let's get together and do it.' I said I was excited, too." The Broncos' season began with victories over St. Louis Buffalo. Seattle and Kansas City. But wait, the experts said. Let's see what happens when they have to play Oakland, the defending Super Bowl champions, five-time division champions and winners in 26 of 34 games against Denver. KEHOS ·Electric Sfarftog «Economical - uses very lit He fuel oCoiweiei?? carrying handle e ns»Sip, KIoR-spill fray WH!i.| SUPPLY LASTS!! Jftmestown Bay 747-8644 up an 8-4 record, including a 2720 upset victory over. Michigan- in the Rose Bowl. Lude came to Washington from Kent State in 1976. "Our relationship has been a NBA Standings By The Associated Press Conference," Lude said. "Although we do not announce figures, Don's salary at Washington. will be higher than that r Don James is the best coach in the conference, and he should be paid more than any coach in the conference." . This will- -be the third raise for James since he left the coaching job at Kent State in Ohio to join the Huskies in 1975. His record that year was 6-5, Welding Supply We carry Victor and Airco supplies. Oxygen, acetylene, everything ler the welder!! Store Hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Located in the SHka Automotive Repair dink Building en Sawmill Creek Rd, Snow Removal Days 7-85«7 Evenings and weekends 7-3739 "He is the best coach in the country and one who knows how to set his priorities. In seven years together, we have never had any problems." Earlier, upon his return from the Rose Bowl victory, James had shrugged off speculation that the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League might try to hire him. ' ; "There are a lot of things more important than money," James said. "I'm very happy at Washington, and this is where I want to coach!" Phila NYork Buffalo- Boston NJrsy Wash SAnton Cleve Atlanta NOrlns Houstn Atlantic .. W L 23 11 20 16 14 20 11 24 9 27 Central Division Pct.GB .676 -.556 4 .412 9 .314 12J/2 .250 15 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Hockey By The Associated Press National Hockey League WALES CONFERENCE Norris Division _ - . WLT Pts GF GA Mntrl 27 7 4 58147 77 L -A. 1713 7 41115 96 Pitts 1218 8 32129158 Dt -rt 1218 5 28100116 Wash 821 8 26 89138 Adams Division Bostn 24 7 6 54142 90 Buff 22 7 8 52135 97 Trnt 2211 4 48133 95 Cleve 1024 4 24 98151 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Division Phila 25 7 5 55159 87 · NYIsl 21 9 8 50153 92 · N Y R n g 1316 9 35132134 Atlnta 121511 35105120 Smythe Division Chcgo 121610 34 95104 Vncvr in? 9 31106138 Colo 819 8 24111133 Mi nn 923 4 22101160 SLouis 825 4 20 85149 Thursday's Results DVETROITMj.Torontol Los Angeles 4, Philadelphia 4 Buffalo 5, Colorado 3 The Soviets 2, St. Louis' 1, exhibition World Hockey Association .. WLT Pts GF GA NEng 24 9 3 51154113 Wnpg 2112 1 43160108 Quebc 1812 2 38147136 Edmtn 1616 i 33129125 Hstn 1516 3 33125132 Birm 1419 2 30117128 Cinci 1420 2 30125146 Indpls 1022 4 24112153 Thursday's Results Winnipeg 5, The Soviets 3 Denver Chcgo Mlw Detroit Ind K.C. 23 13 .639 -20 17 .541 3 1 20 19 .513 41 .486 5' .455 6' .361 10 17 18 15 18 13 23 Pacific Division Port 29 5 .853 Phnix 23 14 .622 Seattle 19 20 .487 L o s A n g e l e s 17 19 .472 13 GldnSt 16 20 .444 14 Thursday's Results Phoenix 121, Boston 111 Cleveland 110, New Jersey 94 New Orleans 116, Milwaukee 109 'WE SPECIALIZE IN HENRY BACON, one ol Seattle's largest and most complete second-line l^|inV ii^rials suppi two representatives in Sitka on Monday, January 9, at the Potlateh Mo»el, Robm 242. Vrom 8 a m Dial 747-8611, ext. 242. : ' ' ' - ' : -% - .; ,^t;X,^ . . --·. 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