The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 5, 1976 · Page 77
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 77

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, December 5, 1976
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Tow- j J. 1-., 1 SMS-' 1 ft Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, December 5, 1976-E5 Texas Tech Gains Title Share With 24-21 Victory Over Baylor H '-Mr F First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Return Yards Passes Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Baylor Tech Baylor 0 14 7 0-21 Jl 13 Texas Tech 14 0 3 7-J4 54-251 41-223 Tech-Allison 77 run (Hall kick) 160 122 Tech-Allison 1 run (Hall kick) 21 10 Bay-Blair 2 run (Belrose kick) 14-21-1 9-16-1 Bay-Davidson 50 pass from Blckham (Belrose 4-46.0 5-39.4 Kick) 1-1 0-1 Tech FG Hall 40 3-25 5-64 Bay-Blair 1 run (Belrose kick) Tech-Isaac 5 run (Hall kick) A-37,105 POOL TABLES LUBBOCK, Tex. (UPI) - Tailback Larry Isaac ran five yards for a touchdown and quarterback Rodney Allison added two more scores one on a 77-yard run to lead Texas Tech to a 24-21 win over Baylor yesterday and give the Red Raiders a share of their first Southwest Conference crown. Tech, however, had to hold off a last-minute flurry by the Bears and emerged victorious when a 48-yard field goal attempt by Lester Belrose with 28 seconds remaining fell short. The Red Raiders tied for the league title with Cotton Bowl-bound Houston. It was the first league title for Tech since it entered the league in 1960. Tech, finishing its regular season with a 10-1 record, will meet Nebraska in the Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl New Year's Eve. Allison ran 77 yards on the first play of the game and then gave Tech a 14-0 lead with a one-yard dive with five seconds remaining in the first period. THE CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY, TO Brunswick Curooi 465 .iLs S90QO Fl,ch" 'lu Pmboll Mochine Bumper Tibln Ping Pong Tables Air Hockey Bowling Balls. Bags t Shoos Pool Tables, lampi 2 piece Cues Rinaiisinci OVER 100 POOL SLATE INSTALLED WITH EQUIP. Macon Ebonite Ploymoster TABLES ON DISPLAY NEW & USED UPI Tdcphoto BRANDT'S BOWLING & BILLIARD OUR ONLY BUSINESS SINCE 194S 2010 S. DIXIE WPB 832-3525 cons of the National Football League. But Sloan said he declined the offer reportedly a figure in seven figures over a period of years because he "likes college football." NO NFL Texas Tech head coach Steve Sloan, shown with quarterback Rodney Allison during yesterday's Tech win over Baylor, said he has been offered the head coaching job with the Atlanta Fal Royal Goes Out a Winner, M?(0) mm m sm m Liongnorns ceai Arkansas MLV-fiEiVCTALItl FHI 12 i95 A whole new concept in auto painting MAlftf Q resulting in increased hardness and du- lJJft W rability. Also, provides added resistance to nicks, scratches and fading. Featured Exclusively AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) - Fullback Earl Campbell ran for two touchdowns and Russell Erxleben kicked three field goals last night to give Texas a 29-12 win over Southwest Conference rival Arkansas in the last meeting of the veteran head coaches of both schools. The game, shortened four minutes by a clock failure, was oversha- Reg. M49.95 Limited time only . . . t, EC0II0 half to set up field goals of 50 and 34 yards by Steve Little. Arkansas halfback Clint Allen dived two yards for Arkansas' only touchdown with less than five minutes remaining, capping an 80-yard Razorback march. Arkansas, which also finished the season at 5-5-1, had managed only two net yards rushing through the first three periods. Texas, leading 10-0 at halftime, fumbled on its first two possessions of the second half, and Cornelius Smith and Dale White recovered for the Razorbacks and set up Little's field goals. Clayborn, a senior defensive back for the Longhorns, repeatedly gave Texas good field position, returning four punts for 108 yards. Rattlers Capture Classic dowed by the retirement announcements of Arkansas coach Frank Broyles and Texas coach Darrel Royal. "Both coaches plan to remain athletic director at their schools. Campbell, who missed four games with a leg injury, bulled through the Arkansas line for more than 100 yards, moving into sixth place among all-time Southwest Conference ball carriers. He scored from one yard out in the second period, accounting for all 28 yards in a touchdown drive set up by Raymond Clayborn's 46-yard punt return. Campbell ran five yards for a second touchdown in the closing minutes of the game. Freshman quarterback Mark McBath, who took over the Long-horn's wishbone offense at midsea-son, ran 12 yards for a touchdown and, for the first time in his short career at Texas, managed more than 100 yards rushing. Erxleben kicked field goals of 37, 49 and 34 yards to insure the Long-horn victory and even Texas' season record at 5-5-1, thus avoiding what could have been Royal's only losing season in 20 years at Texas. 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Tight end Joe Mosely caught a two-yard scoring pass from Houston to vault Central State into the lead after linebacker Harold Gilkey blocked a punt by A&M's Harold Neely at the Rattler 19-yard line. The Marauders had climbed back into contention in the third quarter on a two-yard run by Kevin Scott to end a 68-yard drive. Scott had also scored Central State's first touchdown on a 16 yard run. Chester passed 19 yards to Cal Burgess and 12 yards to Ike Williams, then sneaked one-yard for A& M's first-half scores. The victory was the sixth in a row for the Rattlers in the Classic and gave them a final 6-3-2 season record. Central State ended up 6-5. Montana State Victorious From Post Wire Services FARGO, N.D. - Freshman tight end Butch Damberger caught a touchdown pass, and freshman Jeff Muri kicked a 34-yard field goal to give Montana State a 10-3 victory over North Dakota State in the Grantland Rice Bowl yesterday. The victory advanced the Bobcats to the Pioneer Bowl in Wichita Falls, Tex., next Saturday, where they will meet Akron for the NCAA Division II national title. Akron, the No. 3-ranked team in the division, defeated No. 2 Northern Michigan, 29-26, in overtime in the Amos Alonzo Stagg bowl the other semifinal playoff game yesterday. North Dakota State made a 25-yard first quarter field goal by sophomore Mike McTague hold up for a 3-0 halftime advantage. East Defeats West In Shrine Bowl CINCINNATI (AP) - Miami's Rob Carpenter rushed for 101' yards, including a 33 yard touchdown romp, to propel the East to a 24-8 victory over the West yesterday in the fifth annual All-Ohio Shrine Bowl at Riverfront Stadium. Carpenter teamed up with Youngs-town quarterback Cliff Stoudt to give the East a powerful ball-control offense that ran up a 24-0 lead early in the third quarter. 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