The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on December 28, 1991 · 14
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Pago 14 Lincoln Journal-Star bowl preview Saturday, December 28,1991 Nebraska Roster Miami Roster "vy ; ; '. -.' No Name Pot. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown . ' 47 MikeStiwe P 6-2 190 Jo. Washington, Kon. No Name ' pot. Ht. wt. Yr. Hometown I Corey Dixon SE 54 160 Fr. Dallas 4S Mike Anderson I LB 6-2 230 So. Grand Island l Jessie Armsteod LB 6-2 210 Jr. Dallas j - 2 , Mickey Joseph OB 5-10 180 Sr. Marrero, La. 49 Paul Wlohtman I LB 6-2 225 Jr. Tompo, Flo. 2 Charles Phorms S 5-11185 Sr. Houston , 3 Tyrone Leoette CB 5-10 180 Sr. Columbia S.C 51 Jim Scott C 6-2 260 So. Ansley 3 Jonathan Harris TB 5-9 165 Fr. Houston - '4 -George Acholo IB 5-10 195 Sr. Omaha " 52 Terry Connealy DT 6-5 260 Fr. Hyannls 4 Paul White CB 5-9 185 So. Tampa, Fla. 5 Lorenzo Brlnkley CB 64 195 So. St. Louis , 53 Bill Zleeelbeln C 6-4 275 Sr. Polk , 5 Kevin Williams WR 5-9 185 So. Dallas , , 5 . Tom Sieler PK 6-5 190 Fr.Xas Veoos 54 Troy Bronch I LB 64 225 So. Camden, N.J. 6 Terrls Harris S 6-1 190 So. Memphis, Tenn. ' 6 John Reece FS 64 205 So." Houston . 56 RobZatechko OT 6-5 305 Fr. Lincoln 1 Alan Hall QB 6-5 225 Fr. Mlddleburo, Fla. s 7 r Andre McDuffy FB 64 210 Jr. Euless, Texas 57 BradMundt C 6-4 265 Jr. Norfolk , I Hurlle Brown S 6-1 203 Sr. Merrltt Islond, Flo. r, l Tyrone Byrd FS 64 175 Jr. Chandler, Ariz. - 58 Steve Peterson OG 6-3 260 Jr. Peoria, Ariz. 9 Bryan Fortay QB 6-3 210 So. East Brunswick, N.J. 9 Curtis Cotton CB 6-1 210 Sr. Omaha 59 Ray ReKenrath OT 66 315 Sr. Dakota City 11 Frank Costa OB 6-4 214 Fr. Philadelphia - ,!1D ' KelthenMcCant QB 6-2 200 Sr. Grand Prairie, Texas 61 ErlkWIeeert OT 6-5 300 Sr. Fremont 12 Bobby Bvrd WR 64 192 Sr. St. Petersburg, Fla. II Mark Dowse WB 64 180 Sr. Broken Bow 62 KenMehlln OG 64 260 So. Humboldt 13 GlnoTorretta QB 6-3 205 Jr. Pinole, Calif. " 12 Jamie Weyers FS 6-1 195 So. Humboldt 63 Jason Baker C 64 230 So. Lincoln .15 Poul Snyder . P 64 201 Jr. Loauna Nlguel, Colli. .13 ByronBennett P, 6-1 185 So. Rowlett, Texas 64 ChrisZyzda OG 6-2 285 Jr. Sioux City, Iowa 17 Coleman Bell TE 6-2 225 Jr. .Tampa, Flo. 14 Jeff Lang pk 5-10 IBS So. Popilllon ' 65 Jason Llcht OG 6-2 240 So. Yuma, Colo. IS A.C.Telllson WR 6-4 210 Fr. Bay City, Texas - , 15 Tom Haase QB 64 190 Sr. Aurora 66 Brenden Stal OG 6-4 260 So. Yorba Linda, Calif. . 19 C.J. Richardson FS 6-1 211 Fr. Dallas 16 Vernon Powell CB 5-10 160 So. East St. Louis, III. 47 Kevin Ramoekers DT 64 290 So. Norfolk ,20 Ryan Collins QB 6-2 190 Fr. Pembroke Pines, Fla. 16 Kelly Prater WB 5-7 195 Sr. Clearwater 68 DougWoddell OT 44 275 Jr. Bennetsvllle, S.C 21 - Dane Prewitt KP 5-11 192 Fr. Birmingham, Ala. 17 . Sedrlc Collins CB 64 185 Fr. Slldell, La. 69 Dave Jensen OG 6-4 305 Jr. Omaha , 22 Jason Maruccl FB 64 215 So. Youngstown, Ohio v It Jon Bostlck SE 6-2 190 Sr. Bellevue, Wash. 70 Jamie Llewer DT 64 270 Jr. Atkinson 24 David Dzlczkowskl K 6-1 195 Jr. North Palm Beach, Fla. 21 , Derek Brown : IB 5-9 180 So. La Hobra, Calif. 72 ZachWlegert OT 65 310 Fr. Fremont 24 ToddSeiple WR 5-10 190 Sr. Pembroke Pines, Flo. 32 Nate Turner WB 6-2 220 Sr. Chicago 73 David Noonan , MG 63 275 So. Lincoln 26 Herbert James CB 5-11 180 Sr. Miami . 23 Ernie Beier SS 5-11 205 So. Plalnfleld, N.J. 74 MattHllman DT 63 275 Jr. Holdrege 27 Carlos Huerta K 5-9 186 Sr. Miami 24 Dean Schneider FS 5-11185 So. Inman 75 Will Shields OG 61 295 Jr. Lowton, Oklo. 28 James Stewart RB 6-3 220 Fr. Vero Beach, Fla. 25 Omar Soto FB 5-10 215 Sr. Miami 76 Brian Boerboom OT 67 310 Sr. Colorado Springs, Colo. 29 Casey Greer S 61 200 Jr. Memphis, Tenn. 26 Lance Lewis FB 64 220 Jr. Scott City, Kon. 77 Lance Lundbera OT 64 305 So. Wausa 30 Stephen McGuIrt FB 5-11 215 Jr. Brooklyn, N.Y. 27 A. Muhommod WB 5-11 175 Fr. Compton, Calif. 78 T.J. Slansky OG 65 275 Jr. Stockton, Kon. 31 Darryl Williams FS 6-2 190 Jr. Miami ; r 28iDougColman I LB 6-2 220 Fr. Ocean City, N.J. 80 Chris Gorrett TE 64 250 Sr. Snyder, Texas 33 Donnell Bennett FB 6-2 227 Fr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. a- 28 - Darin Duin - SE 6-1 200 Jr. Fargo, N.O. . 81 Duone Wiles ' SE 62 190 Fr. Hvottsvllle, Md. 34 Dexter Selgler CB 5-9 180 So. Avon Park, Fla. 29 Scott Baldwin FB 6-1 205 Jr. Roselle, N.J. 82 Don Pleasant SE 5-9 180 Sr. Craig, Colo. 35 Darryl Spencer WR 5-9 173 Jr. Merrltt Island, Fla. 31 Steve Carmer SS 6-2 210 Jr. Wahoo 83 BlllvWode TE 65 230 So. Houston 36 Lamar Thomas WR 6-3 170 Jr. Gainesville, Fla. -32 -Ed Stewart ILB 64 195 Fr. Chicago 84 Donto Jones OLB 62 210 Fr. Lo Plate, Md. 37 Doyle Aaron WR 6-1 192 Sr. Fort Lauderdale, Flo. t 33 Tyrone Hughes SE 5-10 175 Jr. New Orleans 85 Daryl Lelse TE 62 240 Sr. Omaho 38 Rohan Marley DB 54 192 Fr. Miami 34 Trev Alberts OLB 6-4 235 So. Cedar Falls, Iowa 86 Johnny Mitchell TE 63 260 So. Chicago 40 Derrick Harris RB 6-2 230 Fr. Wlllowrldoe, Texas ' 35 Tyler Zahn ILB 6-2 225 Jr. Syracuse 87 Tom Werner SE 5-10 170 Jr. Tllden 41 Patrick Riley DL 6-6 255 Fr. Marrero, La. 36 Brian Pollard SS 5-11 200 Jr. Clarks 89 William Washington TE 62 260 Jr. Tyler, Texas 43 JeanStlverne CB 5-9 178 Jr. Montreol 37 Robert Glantz FB 5-11 220 Sr. Houston 90 Bruce Moore DT 66 240 So. York 44 Larry Jones FB 64 244 Fr. Gainesville, Fla tt Vincent Hawkins WB 5-11210 Jr. New Orleans 91 Lance Gray OLB 61 220 So. Owego.N.Y. 45 Darrln Smith LB 6-1 228 Jr. Miami 39 ' Alvin Banks ILB 6-1 215 Sr. East Mollne, III. 92 JohnParrella DT 65 290 Jr. Grand Island 46 Damon Bethel DT 65 248 So. Philadelphia ' 40 MikeHelns CB 5-10 185 So. David City 93 Travis Hill OLB 62 235 Jr. Pearlond, Texas 47 Ryan McNeil CB 62 188 Jr. Fort Pierce, Fla. 41 ' Tim Johnk FB 5-11215 Sr. Schuyler 94 Brian Brown DT 66 280 Sr. Indianola 48 Marcus Carey S 6-1 195 So. Riviera Beach, Fla. ,fM David Leader OLB 6-2 205 Jr. Bloomfield . ... 95 Gerald Armstrong TE 62 215 So. Ponca 49 Robert Bass LB 6-2 230 Jr. Brooklyn, N.Y. i 43 . Shane Gelken ILB 6-2 215 Sr. Gothenburg 95 Jerry Irons MG 62 275 So. McCullough, Texas 50 Baraka Short DE 6-3 245 Fr. Opo Locka, Fla. ,44. Calvin Jones IB 5-11 205 Fr. Omaha 96 David White OLB 62 240 Jr. New Orleans 51 Tirrell Greene C 63 292 Fr. Pittsburgh -.1 45 Zeke Cisco FS 5-11190 So. Monroe, Mich. 97 PatEngelberl MG 62 265 Sr. Columbus 52 Marty Golloher OG 62 257 Sr. Winter Park, Flo. 1 46 - David Selzys WB 5-9 185 So. Seward 98 Darren Williams LB 61 250 So. Chicogo 53 Sean Thompson LB 62 222 Jr. Somerdole, N.J. , 46 Troy Dumas SS 6-3 185 Fr. Cheyenne, Wyo. 99 MikePetko ILB 63 230 Sr. Anaheim, Calif. 54 Kelvin Harris C 6-2 270 Sr. Fort Myers, Fla 55 Willie Philips LB 64 220 Fr. Arcadia, Flo. 56 Michael Barrow LB 6-2 230 Jr. Homestead, Fla. 57 Kevin Brlnkworth LB 64 220 Fr. Buffalo, N.Y. 57 Corrles Hardy LB 6-3 225 Fr. Melbourne, Fla. 58 Corwln Francis LB 64 205 Fr. LoPorte, Texas 59 Tom Patterson LB 5-10 210 So. Miami 60 Rudy Barber OG 6-3 285 So. Miami 61 Bruce Eberst LB 6-1 240 Jr. Miami 62 Kyle Stronahon OT 66 275 So. Newtown, Pa 63 George Michaels DL 6-1 235 Jr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 64 Anthony Lewis OG 6-5 280 Fr. Brockton, Mass 65 Robert Woodus OL 6-5 260 Fr. Pine Bluff, Ark. 66 Alan Symonette DL 6-3 250 Fr. Miami , . 67 Omar Andres DL 6-3 240 Fr. Miami 68 Brad Shirev OG 6-5 264 So. Boca Raton, Fla. 69 Jason Budronl OG 6-6 284 Sa Philadelphia 70 Clude Jones OG 6-3 292 Sr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 71 Kenny Lopez . DT 6-3 270 So. Key West, Flo. 72 Mario Cristobal OT 64 280 Jr. Miami 73 Leon Searcy OT 6-3 290 Sr. Orlando, Fla. 74 Shavon Tresvant DL 6-3 250 Fr. Miami 74 CandldoCerda OL 6-5 281 So. Miami 75 Jason Owens OL 6-3 275 Fr. Newtown, Pa. 76 Mark Caesar ' DT 6-2 290 Jr. Newark, N.J. 77, Zev Lumelskl OT 6-7 285 Fr. Miami Beach, Fla. 78 KlppVlckers DT 6-2 265 Jr. Holiday, Fla. 79 Jessie Mitchell DL 6-3 260 Fr. Key West, Fla. 80 Derrick Golden LB 6-3 223 Sr. St. Petersburg, Fla. 81 Svll Tucker TE 6-6 215 Fr. Oklahoma City 82 Carlos Etheredge TE 6-5 236 Jr. Albuquerque, N.M. 83 Dietrich Clausell LB 6-2 222 Fr. Gulfport, Miss. 84 Warren Sapp TE 6-3 232 Fr. Apopka, Flo. 85 Chris Jones WR 6-3 202 Fr. West Palm Beach, Fla. 86 Kevin Patrick DE 64 252 Sa Lake Worth, Fla. 87 Kevin Klrkeide TE 64 230 Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. 88 Horace Cooeland WR 6-3 200 Jr. Orlando, Fla. 90 Joe Moore TE 63 217 Sr. Boca Raton, Fla. 91 Darren Kreln DE 64 245 So. Aurora, Colo. 92 David Holllman DE 64 241 Fr. Homestead, Fla 3 Shawn Jones DL 64 250 Fr. Marrero, La. 94 Dwayne Johnson DT 6-5 253 Fr. Bethlehem, Pa. 95 Erie Miller DT 6-5 260 Sr. Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 96 Anthony Hamlet DE 63 265 Sr. Delrav Beach, Fla 98 Rusty Medearls DE 63 252 So. Ozork,Mo. 99 MattBrltton LB 63 230 Sr. Miami Orange Bowl Probable Starters OFFENSE NEBRASKA (9-1-1) MIAMI, FLA. (114) No. Player Ht. Wt. Yr. Pos. No. Player Ht. Wt. Yr. 18 Jon Bostlck - 6-2 190 Sr. SE 88 Horace Copeland 6-3 200 Jr. 77 Lance Lundberg 64 305 So. LTWT 73 Leon Searcy 6-3 290 Sr. 61 ErlkWIeoert 6-5 300 Sr. LGWG 60 Rudy Barber 6-3 285 So. 51 Jim Scott 6-2 260 Jr. C 54 Kelvin Harris 6-2 270 Sr. 75 Will Shields 6-1 295 Jr. RGSG 70 Claude Jones , 6-3 292 Sr. 76t Brian Boerboom 6-7 310 Sr. RTST 72 Mario Cristobal ' 64 280 Jr. 'W- William Washington 6-2 260 Jr. TE 17 Coleman Bell 6-2 225 Jr. f 10 --Kelthen McCant 6-2 200 Sr. QB 1 13 GlnoTorretta 6-3 205 Jr. '. 26 ' Lance Lewis 64 225 Jr. FB 44 Larry Jones 64 244 Fr. .21 Derek Brown 5-9 180 So. IBTB 35 Darryl Spencer 5-9 173 Jr. "22, Nate Turner 6-2 220 Sr. WBFL 36 Lamar Thomas 6-3 170 Jr. ,13", ByronBennett 6-1 185 So. K 27 Carlos Huerta 5-9 186 - Sr. Vi'K ' DEFENSE' :'v" 93 . Travis Hill 6-2 235 Jr. LOLBLE 86 Kevin Patrick .'.. 64 252 So. . 47, Kevin Ramoekers 64 290 So. LT 97 Anthony Hamlet 6-3 265 Sr. 97 r Pat Engelbert 6-2 265 Sr. MGLB 56 Micheal Barrow 6-2 230 Jr. 92 JohnParrella 6-5 290 Jr. RT 95 Eric Miller 6-5 260 Sr. ,96. David White 6-2 240 Jr. ROLBRE 98 Rusty Medearls 6-3 252 So. .99 Mike Petko 6-3 230 Sr. SIB . 45 Darrln Smith 6-1 228 Jr. 48 Mike Anderson 6-2 230 So. WLB 1 Jessie Armsteod 6-2 218 Jr. Curtis Cotton - 6-1 210 Sr. LCBCB 47 Rvon McNeil 6-2 188 Jr. .31 Steve Carmer 6-2 210 Jr. . SS I Hurlle Brown 6-1 203 Sr. ri Tyrone Byrd 64 175 Jr. FS 31 Dorryl Williams 6-2 190 Jr. ' 3 Tyrone Legette 5-10 180 Sr. RCBCB 26 Herbert James . 5-11 180 Sr. ; 47 Mike Stlgge 6-2 190 Jr. P . 15 Paul Snyder 64 201 Jr. , J KlckoH: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Orange Bowl, Miami. TV: NBC (Channel 6). Radio: Lincoln KFOR (1240 AM), Omoha KFAB (1110 AM). 'Hell week' revived Buffs Colorado, foe forced to adapt because of youth. By Victor Lee Cqx News Service FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Four weeks of the 1991 football season had passed, and defending national champion Colorado had lost as many games as it had the previous two seasons. m -2 ,N To make matters worse, the losses were, to Baylor (1014) and Stanford (28-21). Colorado had an open date before playing host ' to Missouri, and Coach Bill McCartney recog- 1 ui :t - Bill McCartney- young team a lesson. "We called it hell week," freshman starting guard Clint Moore said after the 15th-ranked Buffaloes held a practice for Saturday's Blockbuster Bowl (8 -tpJTL, CBS, Channels 3, 1011) against eighth-ranked Alabama at Miami's Joe Robbie Stadium. "It was pure hell. I didn't think I was going to get through it," Moore said of the long, grueling and physical practices that resembled August two- ? a-day workouts. "I was convinced I Coach was possessed by Satan or something." f "POSSESSED, YES, but only by a i desire to keep his program at the height it had so recently attained. "We didn't play Colorado football," McCartney said of those first four weeks. "We didn't have that tough-f ness and sense of pride. "After that, we had to take inven-I tory and see who meant business." y McCartney had discovered a basic t flaw: Many of his players were too I young to understand what defending 1 a national championship was about v The Buffalos and Crimson Tide are the youngest ranked teams in college football. Colorado has 24 freshmen and sophomores who play significant roles. Alabama has 25. vWhfin vou've pot inexnerience at as many positions as we have, you have to stay basically simple," Ala-f bama Coach Gene Stallings said. "It's been frustrating at times." COLORADO REBOUNDED to win I six of its final seven games with one J tie' (to Nebraska) and become one of v three Big Eight bowl participants. J Alabama lost to Florida 35-0 the sec-J ond week of the season but finished v 10-JL That may not give the appear- ancle of a young team, but the Crim- solaTide didn't have a convincing vic-v tory over any Southeastern Confer-vence opponent except Vanderbilt l- Alabama has three freshmen startlers and five key reserves on offense, and the defense which allows just '11,0.7 points per game is dominated ; ;bjt veterans. ; t COLORADO'S MOORE is the first iiqshman to start his true freshman season on the Buffs' offensive line. Other key freshman starters for ' Colorado: Freshman tailback Lamont Warren - has gained 830 yards in nine games, a 5.3-yard average, with seven touchdowns. Freshman linebacker Ted Johnson has 53 tackles and three intercep-, tions, a high number for an inside linebacker. Johnson took over for an injured starter after five games. WHILE STALLINGS has brought his young players along slowly, McCartney and Moore agree that "hell week" was the key to putting Colorado's freshmen on track. "After that, we were all working together," McCartney said. "Everybody understood what was expected, what was necessary. Morale is everything." Moore agreed, offering evidence.: "Look what we did to Missouri the next week," he said of the 55-7 win. "It was worth it I thank Coach McCartney for that week now." EYE EXMIIWATIOHS INOW AVAILABLE!! THE SPECTACLE PLACE Eyewear For Every Wear East 840 M. 48tti v 466-7777 West WestQatc Shopping Ctr. 475-EYES 1 .. m mm t 1 " ml WHITE O Thread Differential Feed Just SINGER Thread iSERGER Open Arm ONLY H2B Others from $268 EL. 5 Blades 3 Speeds Light Adaptable NOW Sale Ends 12-3191 r WHITP Open Arm... 1 88 Buttonhole & Stretch Stitches SINGER $159 Open Arm & Zig-Zag VIKING $288 Open Arm & Zig-Zag New EUREKA trme Uprights From '50 New HOOVER Uprights From $69 New DIRT DEVIL . Uprights From13980 DIRT DEVIL HANDVACS $0-ftft From Only - 0 HER MODELS ON SALE Limited to Stock on Hand wm Bowl Games Other Than The Big Four Saturday, Dec. 14, result California Bowl BOWLING GREEN VS. FRESNO STATE Site: Fresno, Calif.; score: Bowling Green (11-1) 78, Fresno State (10-2) 21; payout per team: $250,000. Wednesday's result Aloha Bowl NO. 17 STANFORD VS. GEORGIA TECH Site: Honolulu; score: Georgia Tech (8-5) 18, Stanford (8-4) 17; payout per team: $650,000-1700.000. .. Saturday's game Blockbuster Bowl NO. ALABAMA (1W) VS. NO. IS COLORADO (8-2-1) Site: Miami; time: p.m.; TV: CBS (Channel 3, 1011); payout per team: $2.5 million. Sunday's games Independence Bowl NO. 24 GEORGIA (8-3) VS. ARKANSAS (4-5) Site: Shreveport, La.; time: 1:30 p.m.: TV: ABC (Channel 7); payout per team: . $650,000. ..... Liberty Bowl AIR FORCE (f-3) VS. MISSISSIPPI STATE (7-4) Site: Memphis, Tenn.; time: 7 p.m.; TV: ESPN (Coble Channel 23);. payout per team: $1 million. Gator Bowl NO. 19 VIRGINIA (8-2-1) . VS. NO. 20 OKLAHOMA (8-3) Site: Jacksonville, Fla.; time: 7 p.m.; TV: TBS (Cable Channel 4); payout per team: $1.2 million. ; Monday's games . Holiday Bowl NO. 7 IOWA (ie-1) ' VS. BRIGHAM YOUNG (84-1) Site: San Diego; time: 7 p.m.; TV: ESPN (Cable Channel 23); payout per team: $1.3 million. , ' Freedom Bowl NO. 23 TULSA (9-2) VS. SAN DIEGO STATE (8-3-1) Site: Anaheim, Calif.; time: I p.m.; TV: Raycom (non-cable channel 61); payout per team: $650,000. Tuesday's games - John Hancock Bowl ' ILLINOIS (4-5) VS. NO. 22 UCLA (8-3) Site: El Paso, Texas; time: 1:30 P.m.; TV: CBS (Channels 3, 1011); payout per team: $900,000. Copper Bowl BAYLOR (8-3) VS. INDIANA (4-4-1) Site: Tucson, Ariz.; time: 7 p.m.; TV: TBS (Cable Channel 4); payout per team: $650,000. Wednesday's games Peach Bowl ' NO. 12 EAST CAROLINA (10-1) - VS. NO. 21 NORTH CAROLINA ST. (9-2) Site: Atlanta; time: 10:30 a.m.; TV: ESPN (Cable Channel 23); payout per team: $850,000. 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