Hartford Courant from Hartford, Connecticut on November 20, 1983 · 91
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24 Notre Dame.. 22 UConn 33 Baylor... 21 Ohio St ...21 W.Virginia.... 16 Pitt.. .......24 PAGED12 PAGE D12 PAGE D13 PAGE D13 PAGE D14 PAGE D14 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1983 THE HARTFORD COURANT D1 Air Force .. 23 Colgate : 41 Te?cas........... 24 Michigan 24 Syracuse...... 27 Penn St The Game: Barvar d Wins, 1 6-7, Shares Ivy Title 1 3 V 7- i!s- ft- "if- Curtain Falls on Elis' Longest Season By GINNY APPLE Courant Staff Writer NEW HAVEN The Old Blues never stopped cheering. Even when the final gun sounded and Harvard had won it, 16-7, the Yalies never stopped their cries of encouragement. This was it, The 100th Game, played before 70,097 fans Saturday at the Yale Bowl. And a tougher, more talented Harvard team won it. It wasn't a particularly interesting game, nor was it filled with spectacular plays or game-stopping heroics. It was, simply, a football game. With the victory, Harvard (6-2-2) snatched a share of the Ivy League title with Pennsylvania, a 38-14 winner over Dartmouth in Philadelphia Saturday. Harvard and Penn finished the season with 5-1-1 league records. Yale, meanwhile, closed out its worst season in history with a 1-9 overall record, 1-6 in the Ivy League. For Harvard, there were two men who made it all possible senior quarterback s Penn Wins Share of Ivy Title, Page D1 1 . Summary, Page D1 6. Greg Gizzi and senior linebacker Andy Nolan. Gizzi calls his a "Cinderella story." For most of his career Gizzi, a 5-foot-10, 185-pounder, stood on the sideline. Just be fore the Dartmouth game Gizzi asked Coach Joe Restic if he could be moved to flanker. Restic asked him to stay as a backup quarterback. Midway through the Dartmouth game Restic put Gizzi into the lineup. He hasn't left since. "I was waiting for my shot," said Gizzi, an economics major from Irvington, N.Y. "I couldn't wait to step on the field. There was no way I was going to muff that chance. You can't write a better script." For Harvard's Cinderfella, the shoe fit perfectly. See Curtain, Page Dll Blue Martini With All the Trimmings BOB SUDYK John Long The Hartford Courant Harvard quarterback Greg Gizzi jumps over teammate vard football game at Yale Bowl. Gizzi carried 14 times Mike Pascucci on a keeper during Saturday's Yale-Har- ' for 93 yards and had 94 yards on 8-f or-18 passing. Dear Edna, I took in THE GAME down here again. They spell it in capital letters to emphasize there is no other. How did you enjoy The Ohio State-Michigan Game? No losers up there in the pros. Winner goes to the Sugar Bowl. Loser goes to the Fiesta Bowl. Here, the winners and losers celebrate over a bowl at Mory's or someplace, and sing songs. Frankly, I like it better this way. I think the players do, too. They'll be running the country in a few years, helping cure cancer and making sure World War III never will be anything more than a network television program. I know you won't believe this but they all graduate, too. Don't tell me about the quality of The Game up there in Ann Arbor in front of 100,000 or so. And how slick they played. Those schools were babes in the woods when Harvard and Yale thought up the game. Edna, don't tell me about the tailgating. It, too, started here. There was this chauffeur-driven Bentley with a couple wining and dining with silver service on a warm, lovely November afternoon. The alumni generally resemble a look-alike convention of Harold Lloyds and Rudy Vallees. They speak a different language, too. "I'm Wardly, '35," says one. r "Hi, I'm Jeeves, '41." T And they slapped each other on the back and giggle arid pour an exotic cocktail. I tried it, Edna. "Hi, Ohio State, '56," I greeted. . j An owl-eyed chap, perspiring in his rented raccoon, wrapped his ankle-length scarf twice around his neck and said, "Ree-ally?" It was some game, though. When Yale drove 61 yards to tie the score at seven points apiece, the Yale band played See Bob Sudyk, Page Dll N.C. State Riddles Houston By TOMMY HINE Courant Staff Writer SPRINGFIELD Houston Coach Guy Lewis couldn't understand it. Sure, it was a rematch of last year's NCAA finalists. The teams were the same, as were the coaches and the uniforms. But, some of the bodies weren't, and North Carolina State, not Houston, was the team with the new faces. That's why Houston is ranked third in the country and N.C. State, defending NCAA champions, somewhere around 34th. But, try to tell that now to Lewis. He didn't win Saturday; he lost, decisively, 76-64. . . "We were totally outplayed, in every aspect of the game," he criticized. "The rebounding, the missed free throws, the lack of enthusiasm ... those were the turning points. ., - "How can you come up here for ' a game like this and not be enthusiastic, not hustle? One hundred percent of slow is better than 50 percent of quick. We played like we were dead." See N.C, Page D6 BQWL.SITE TEAMS, RECORDS PATE TV PAYMENT Independence Air Force (8-2) vs. Sat , Dec. 10, 8 pm ESPN $400,000 Shreveport, La. Mississippi (6-5) . - , California No. Illinois (9-2) vs Sat., Dec. 17, 4 pm -NA- -NA- Fresno, Calif. Fullerton St. (7-4) Florida Citrus Maryland (8-3) vs. Sat., Dec, 17, 8 pm ESPN $560,000 Orlando, Fla. Tennessee (7-3) Hall of Fame Kentucky (6-4-1) vs. Thurs.. Dec. 22, 2 pm - WTBS $500,000 Birminghm, Ala. West Virginia (8-3) Holiday . BYU(10-l)vs. :.. Fri., Dec. 23,9 pm ESPN $425,000 San Diego, Cal. Missouri (7-4) Sun SMU(9-l)vs. Sat., Dec. 24, 3 pm , CBS $400,000 El Paso, Texas Alabama (7-2) Aloha Penn St (7-4-1) vs. Mon., Dec. 26,8 pm, ESPN $400,000 . Honolulu Washington (8-3) . Liberty Undetermined vs. Th., Dec. 29, 8:30 pm Katz $625,000 Memphis, Tenn. Boston College (8-2) v . , . Gator Z Iowa (9-2) vs. . Fri Dec. 30, 9 pm .... ABC : $650,000 Jacksonville Florida (7-2-1) i ,,., . , - ; . .. ., Peach Fla. State (6-4) vs. Fri., Dec. 30, 8 pm CBS $558,000 Atlanta, 6a. North Carolina (8-3) ' . Bluebonnet , Okla. State (7-4) vs. Sat., Dec. 31, 8 pm ESPN $400,000 Houston ; Baylor (7-3-1) ' Cotton. Georgia (8-1-1) vs. Mon., Jan. 2, 1:30 pm CBS $1.85 mil Dallas. Texas(lO-O) ' . . : Fiesta Pitt (8-2-1) vs. ., Mon., Jan. 2, 1:30 pm NBC $900,000 Tempe,Ariz. Ohio St. (8-3) '- ' : , -..'. Rose Illinois (10-1) vs. Mon., Jan. 2, 5 pm NBC $5 million Pasadena UCLA(6-4-l) i. ' -. Orange Nebraska (11-0) vs. , '..Mon., Jan. 2, 8pm NBC $1.7mH ,: Miami Miami (10-1) - '. -'- ' , Sugar . Auburn (9-r) vs. . Mon., Jan. 2, 8 pm ABC $1.8 mil New Orleans Michigan (9-2) - . - , Payment per team. (Games last season generated gross receipts of approximately $35 million of whicn $27 million was distributed to the participating schools.) ' v 'viv' ' " i -II Li i Steve Strachan and Boston College flew past Holy Cross. But Notre Dame, matched with BC in the Liberty Bowl, hedged after losing to Air Force. Stories, Page D12. UConn's Booters Stunned By MIKE CANDELARIA Special to The Courant ORLANDO, Fla. The dream of a women's national soccer championship ended Saturday for the University of Connecticut as George Mason University of Fair-:' fax, Va., defeated the previously unbeaten Huskies, 1-0, in the semifinal of the NCAA National-Women's Soccer Championship on the campus of the University of Central Florida. The top-ranked Huskies, who" have posted 13 shutouts this sea-, son, were shocked by a goal three minutes into the match and never recovered. George Mason (16-3-2) now will face defending champ University of North Carolina, which beat the University of Massachusetts, 2-0, in the championship game today. 1 The goal by George Mason's Meg Romaine was scored before the 450 spectators could settle into their seats. Romaine broke free from traffic 20 feet from the goal, dribbled a few steps closer, then fired a shot past goalie Lau- See UConn, Page D5 Whale Earns Tie Blaine Stoughton's goal in the final minute of regulation gave the Whalers a 4-4 tie in an overtime game at Quebec, breaking a four-game losing streak there. Page D4. Sixers Beat Celts Philadelphia's Andrew Toney, with 1 9 points, and Maurice Cheeks pushed the Sixers past the rallying Boston Celtics for a 92-91 victory between the bitter rivals. Page D6. 8-Point Shot A Bristol man has brought down the state's largest deer on record. And it only took one shot with a bow and arrow to kill the 325-pounder in Sharon. Page D7. ScholaStlCS . OWSaybrookl..... ....GranbyO c i GIRLS SOCCER FINALS u.. r,rH , . Tolland 2 Farmington 1 Hall 28 Conard 13 cimcK, ,k. Farmington 27 : Avon 0 BOYS SOCCER FINALS Ridgefield 3... Manchester 0 Guilford 1 Hall 0 Joel Bartow 4.... Lyman Hall 0 Simsbury 3 Glastonbury 0 FIELD HOCKEY FINALS Avon 3 Old Saybrook 2 OT Enfield 1 New Milford 0 OT New Canaan 1 Greenwich 0

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