The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 12, 1976 · Page 16
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HAYS DAILY NEWS PACK 17 December 12, 1976 Arkansas Razorbacks Hire New York Jets Coach FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (UPI) — The Arkansas Razdr- backs Saturday hired Former New York Jets coach Lou Holtz to replace the recently retired Frank Broyles. , Holtz, who said his jump from New York to Arkansas would be his last voluntary coaching move, was given a 1 five-year contract. The university's board of trustees voted unanimously to follow the recommendation of Broyles, who ended a 19-year coaching career with the Razorbacks with a 144-56-5 record. Broyles stay on as athletic director. "I've never met people who just visited Arkansas," Holtz told a news conference following the trustees' action. "I've just met people who have gone there and stayed. I'll fall into that category." ' Holtz' announcement, delayed for several hours while he telephoned several unidentified people to give them the news, ended what Holtz called "a traumatic week." ' Holtz' name was first tied to the Arkansas job and several other coaching vacancies last week. But Holtz, who came to. ; New York last year following .four successful years at North ..Carolina State, declared he ; would stay with the Jets, who .are 3-104'this season. The next day, he changed his mind and resigned immediately. "It 'wasn't necessarily the New York Jets versus Arkansas, but Lou Holtz versus professional football," Holtz said. "I'm not one to look back. The Lord put eyes in front of your head to look forward, not to look back....I want to tell you there isn't going to be any more moving — not for a week anyway." Holtz said he would wait a while before moving his family to northwest Arkansas, although he would start recruiting immediately. He said he planned to retain most of Broyles' coaching staff, although he has several people he wants to bring into the program. "I don't plan on making a great deal of changes for just the sake of change," Holtz said. He said he left the Jets because he belongs on a college campus. "I'm a teacher. I enjoy teaching. Recruiting doesn't bother me in the least," Holtz said. "Football is a game. The great value of it is that it is a game." Broyles said Holtz' salary would be $36,000 a year, which is the maximum allowed by the state legislature. Broyles became a bit emotional when asked about his years at Arkansas. "It's been a great 19 years," he said. "I've been privileged. When my family came here, it was the luckiest thing that's ever happened." Before joining North Carolina State in 1972, Holtz coached William and Mary to its first Southern Conference title in 23 years. His first team at North Carolina State went 8-3-1 and won the Peach Bowl. The Wolfpack went 9-3 in 1973 with a victory in the Liberty Bowl. The 1974 team finished 9-2-1 including a tie in the Astro Bluebonnet Bowl. The 1975 team went 7-4-1 with a loss in the Peach Bowl. North Carolina State averaged 32 points and 413 yards a game under Holtz. In 22 home games, the Wolfpack lost once and was tied once. Victoria Cold In Losing 47-42 Osborne Whips Stockton OSBORNE — Osborne shot a hot 55 per cent from the field and breezed past the Stockton Tigers 77-59 Friday night in Mid-Continent league action. Newhouse lead the Bulldogs with 22 points, followed by Strahm with 16 and Noel with 13. "Roadhouse was good in football and now he's good-in basketball too," Stockton coach Roger Stucky said. But game honors went to Brad Patterson, from Stockton who poured in 23 points. Scott Bennett added 11 for the Tigers, who are now 22. In contrast to the Bulldogs 55 per cent, Stockton shot 33 per cent from the field. In the girls game Donna Greevan threw in 25 points to lead Stockton to a 61-48 win. Also in double figures for winners, were Susan Hamilton with 11 and Jyl Hamilton with 10. High for Osborne was Carma Hadley with 25. NORTON — "It was cold in the Norton gym Friday night." . Victoria coach Larry Thurlow wasn't talking about I the 'temperature though. What ''he'-was talking about was the 'cold22 per cent his Knights hit from the field, and the 47-42 loss to the Norton Bluejays. "We played good, defense ; against the taller team, but 1 offensivly, well that's different," Thurlow said. ' Thurlow's two best shooters, '.Jim Robben and Quentin -Stookey managed just seven '-points. And Robben had all seven. 1 Bill Billinger, the Knight's 6• 5 center, had 18 points but it , Texas Al Clinches : NAIA Division 1 • KINGSVILLE, Tex. (UPI) ; — Larry Collins ran for 195 ••' \ yards and two touchdowns ' Saturday to give Texas A&I an ' ;easy 26-0 conquest over 1 'Central Arkansas for its third , ~ Consecutive NAIA Division 1 •"...championship. £ * Collins burst 11 yards to J break a scoreless tie in the \ second period and then dove ? over from one yard out in the J third period. The Javelinas v extended the nation's longest \ football winning streak to 39 S games over four seasons, an J NAIA record. | Ricky Smith bulled two > yards for the other A&I touch- i down, Gary Davis and George 5 Franklin each ran for two- jj point conversions and Richard \ Ritchie kicked a 22-yard field ' goal and one extra point to | round out the scoring. '• The Javelinas ground out 421 yards total offense against ,,the -Bears, who had yielde a i 155-yard average and less I than a touchdown in scoring through 11 games. I Collins, who carried the ball i 26 times, was named the outstanding back in the nationally televised game, and Javelina linebacker Larry Grunewald had seven tackles , and three assists to earn the outstanding defensive player award. Ritchie engineered scoring •drives of 59, 51 and 80 yards . while hitting on nine of 16 passes for 135 yards, but the "Central Arkansas secondary intercepted two of his passes thrown into a 20 mph wind. A&I's defense, anchored by Grunewald, limited the Bears leading rusher, Marvin Austin, to 67 yards on 19 attempts and Central Arkansas' Jimmy Clark completed only one of six passes for nine yards. A&I held the Central Arkan, «sas ground game to 101 yards. took him 30 shots to get his seven field goals. Dave'Brehmer led Norton with 12 points, followed by Doug Wiltfong with 11. Both teams had the same amount of field goals, 15, but the Bluejays connected on 17-19 free throws to make the difference. Norton won the B game 3731, and the girls B game 24-20. Victoria won the girl's varsity game 50-36. Victoria is now 1-3 overall and l-l in the Mid-Continent league. Oshonic (77) Noel Zvolanek Strahm Koadhouse Hahm Boomer Huberts Hurch Adams fg fl pf tp ..5 3 4 13 Totals Stockton <r,»l Scott Bennett... Jerry I.indsey .. Brad Patterson . Bob Miller Hick Kiclcl Darl Wheeler... Kevin Miller.... .33 11 23 77 Norton 117) Nelson Harlman Steve Ellams Doug Wiltfong "Dave Brehmer Brown Totals Victoria (421 Stan Younger... QucntinStooki'y JimDreiling John Goetz./.... Jim Kobben JeffDinkcl Bill Billinger ... fg ft pf ip 2 i a 1 5 7 4 2 II 5 511 4 0 12 1 3 I . . 15 17 1ft 47 0 0 3 I Totals ........ Stockton (till Creevan Udnnu . Jackson ........ Atwill ......... S. Hamilton .1. Hamilton Vuxall ......... Diane Cret'van. . Lambert ....... Totals OshornfllHl UlHTlaker Bejarlay Hadley (.'arswcll I) Webb Carswell, J Winder t'J 21 23 59 fg ft pf Ip .12 1 3 25 Totals . 15 12 17 42 Totals . . 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