El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas on November 10, 1975 · Page 23
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'.'V---; 'ci. w;niDljj!gBSMWteB -f T I A CfYTJTT 4 T.rt. n?T :.Mi't4.MKnmn Wl ft 1 WC Section C - ) y Monday, November 10, 1975 Paged SportsAmusements Morkets Comics' El Paso Herald Post UTEP finds end zone but lose to Rams Harvey, big surprise in CSU pw, By BOB INGRAM The -Miners of UTEP : today were like the man - who was released from prison but returned . voluntarily to his . cell , because he didn't like' the ; outside worlds ',:.'. ; They had their first big: opportunity' to win a We s t-e'r ir A t h 1 et i c . Conference football -game of the' season against Colorado State Saturday, in : the Sun Bowl anjt Jet it get away . They heki a 17-14 " lead through most , of the . third arid', fourth, quarters before losing to the,' Rams: 'si-17. '-...,. : '',-; They still had another .big ' chance to win when Bobby Duncan recovered the: high-risk pitchout of CSU's quarterbaclt Dick Judah on the;Rams' 32-yard line with 39 seconds left in the-game. A pass interception in the end 'zone by Keith King of - CSU ended the last hope of the.Minersv. ' AS DISAPPOINTING as , the loss was at least two Howfop 20 Teams Fared, NEfV V0k : (Ufj'i " -- How lh WW' . , PrSS International " Board .of Coaches lop I 20 college .football' teams: laced jwer the - V.M.-i I. io St. delcalB) Illinol! 3. !. OKIahoTO . lest tId firms .33-3. 3. Nebraska' cleared Karws SSale lifc i. 'Tcial. unMoiet SMiU JtJ. - . 1. ' Alabama defeated CSU BU. , '. 5-.; 'Michigan- (icfe3tfri Purdue HO. - ;.;'Teai dclealed- Baylor 3)-2l. 8. Perm SI, mi lo Nor Carolina -Slate Mu '. . ". " ' ' 9: Southern Caifarriia ' ircr to Stanford u:S. " ' 10: Florida IkI. to GMpjid 10-7. n: "Arizona Si. dtfcajw! Wyoming- II so. tt-:San Disss 'SI "W Vftaw ys-'lt: 1J;-- Noire Qamc delealed Georgia Tsch Jdl.' " -U. Pittsburgh; lost 10. West Uirain-a 17- is.; w. IS. Itie) AAarylarnS jfefeated Cincinnati Ulel Ari;0ra deloaled faa Ping'o St. iS-',(licl California- defeated Washington lOnly-IT teamj received votes .tasl wetkl solid GOODYEAR MARATHON BLACK 4 PLY NYLON CORD TUBELESS 560 695-14 or 16 ,95 A qLiaiity whitew'all tire' with 4 plies-of. extra tough ny!6ri -cord .'. ' COOPER SPORTS MASTER STOCK KEDUVNUH BLACK 4 fu niLun vwrn TUBELESS WHITE 2.00 EXTRA 600-12 520-13 560-13 600-13 560-15 600L-15 17 could make fullback spot last mo good things came out of the game for the IvliSers'as they prepare to chase a -Rainbow a Hawaiian Rainbow .today. " One was the fact that they lifted ; the quarantine S.on touchdowns and the second was the running: .of . Bob, -.-Garvey at fullback-.- . They lived up. to their old habits when they stalled, on the Colorado's eight in: the first quarter and had to settle for a Miguel' Alvarez field-goal. BUT THEY CAME back with the: first touchdowns : they' had. made since "they pi a yed . Wyoming i n . Laramie on Oct. 13. Bill 'Avery- the-: 'Miners- most productive TD maker of the .season, .went oyer from the two against '.CSU, . in ; the second -quarter and Bobby McKinley ran' 41 for the other UTEP touchdown agaist the Rams in the third period. . Garvey, 'the 200-pound junior from Rosweli, was the real surprise : of the game for the Miners. ' :. Out of action most of the season with injuries, he started his first game as a .collegian" and netted 67 yards, in eight' carries. He broke for a 24-yard run on one carry. In addition, he blocked well. . : FULLBACK, THE most troubled spot on the. UTEP team this, season, could be a -more solid position now for the Hawaii game at " Honolulu Saturday night and the Miners' finale with Brigham Young on Nov. 22 here. ;'" 4 'We played good enough to win," said Gil Bartosh'. "We out-hit them. Dru John took out their big defensive. .15 15 Ti to 1 I 'ir I U 775 - 14 Miner zan "man, Kevin McLain, and Luci'an Johnson sidelined; Mark' . Driseoll, their' quarterback." ; There was no evidence of illegal play on the. part of -John arid Johnson. Driseoll and McLain stayed on the .'sideline for the rest of the ' game after they Were hurt : in the second quarter. "I THINK I COULD have gone back into fee game but I didn't want to take any chances with my- knee,'.' said McLain. "I think we could have won easier had'; Driseoll iatid myself played the- -second- half. .Anyway,.. UTEP . has. a good team. I think --they're a lot better,' than. Oregon State and as good as Brigham Young." . Sar;k Arslanian,;: who. called the win trie biggest of : the season; forf his. Rams ' because it insured the team . its first winning season since 196E, said the CSU game plans called for No. 1, to stop McKinley and No. 2 to stop Robert Elliott. SARK SAID McKINLEY was the best quarterback the Rams have faced this season with the exception of Marty Atkins of Texas. Elliott ran for 86 yards. It was unfortunate for the Miners that he and McKinley fumbled to the Rams and gave them springboards for two: .touchdowns, Bartosh lauded the defensive play of the Miners, especially that of sophomore Ken Yates in. the secondary, freshman Mike Young at nose' guard, linebacker Hal.Barnett and that, of ' t h e two interchangeable ends, Lucien Johnson and Elroy Stoglin. Between them they 95 ws made.; 17 'tackles. Yates,; ."according to Bartosh, made" some big plays. ; : Jim Lbhmann and Steve Hurt graded out best in the off ensive line.' JERRY WALKER, freshman punter, had a good night, marking up a 42-yard average in nine punts. "The score indicated how close we're coming to being a good football team," said Bartosh. "CSU was the most physical team we've played. We may have surprised 'them-. They . probably, - expected an . easier game. '-?,; ' : : "We needed more' consistency. We should have stuck the ball in the end zone on our first drive. . 'And we've got to learn to : ' close a game as well as starlit.'- : '' How scoring went in MP fame FIRST QUAftTGR Colorado Sic. starting irom ifs 37. covered 63 ytis fn 7 pys. Jfrn McKerize ran 9 for touchdown. Clark Kerhbte converted, CSU A UTEP 0, .Tlme Jcft, 1 J. JO. Dana Isoline recovered Robert Elliott's-fumble on 1he Winers' 25.-yard line. Mark Driseoll pas&ed to Mark Bell For 35 yards and louchdown. Kemble convened. CSU. ' 1 J, Miners 0. Time- left 2:03. SECOND QUARTER In e drive1 that started in Jirtf quarter, Winers took ball from their 2D and went Id CSU's 8. Mlquel Alrer fcfefced s-ysrd lic-ld cjoal. CSU U, Miners 3. Time ten: Dick JudalVs pass was intercepted by 1 jVutcrteil an Miners 22 arid herel'vj'ied 25 1d CSU 24. Bobby McKinley parsed to Hal Johnson 1or 2D to .CSU..U. Rcberi Elliott picked up.tlrst on 2." Siir Avery scored loychdown Irom J. .Klrles cffaH lo r-un for two reintiiaMed. CSU ia, Miners 9, Time left: i 37. THIRD QUARTER Mike Blach recfivcred CSU-fumbls an Miners H. Penafly w csu bacft fo 41. McKinley ran 41 yards (or buchdfl.fn. Kevin Bskerran tor Ivjopoils, Miners. 17,. CSU l4.Titnelef1: :Dl. FOURTH QUARTER Isoline recovered McKinioy's P umile on Miners' 12. Gos. Butter carried tiali to ere, Ron Harris scored tojchdatvn. Kemble convened CSU 2, Miners 17. Time left. 3 :3 -. Final storfl: CSU ?lr Mirers 7. GOODYEAR CUSTOM POWER NARROW WHITE TUBELESS B78-14 24M E78-T4 26M F78-14 28w G78-14 30M G78-15 33M H78-15 35" J78-15 37M 178-15 39w ALL PRICES PLUS F.E.T. FROM 1.76 TO 3.48 llllllimiMlltlintlMtlflMllilllMH Time QM llllfllMllllllllllllllIlitltlllllllllll 'If you wtra a brg bet kil ball stot you'd iov witombgEll icts too." CSU-UTEP statistics scoring . ' . colorao&st v...w 0 0, 7-51: UTEP 0 9 8 6-V CSU rAcKfjmie9.run. ( Krrmbfc(tick).i . CSU BQI & p5s , fran DriSCOlf; .(Kemble hick) ' . ; . . UTEP FG2iAlvdrr;i... UTER AvrrryJrun. (Hurifailerjf. UTP.VcKirlei' ) run. (Biker run), CSU-Harrii i run- (Kemble kick Affendance: 1 1.15Q- TEAM STATISTICS. Firit-.da'ns Rushes-Yards Psssing Yards Passes Punts Fumblcs-Lost Pcnaflres-Yards CSU 22 62 (-19-2 7-J1.3 1-1 UTEP ',3 ' 51 3-111 ?J2.0 2-2 IND1VIDUALSTATISTICS RUSHING CSU Harris 2i attempts, 107 nil, I touch, down. 13 long; McKe'mie 12-9J 1 1 louch. down), 2 long; Judsh 11-6-22; Bullcr 3-. UTEP-Ellldtt 24-ee-K- GarvoyB.if-211; (WcHlnley lJ-i3fl1rjuchdDwn)-JI. PASSING CSU Driseoll 10 atteinpt5, A corn-ploticrta. 50 yards. 1 touchdoAn, 25 long; Judah 9 altcmpis, 2 completions, 2 in-tercepjions. l?yards. UTEP MzKm'ey ID atlempls, 3 compietions, Ji rs-is, 23 lonrj; Amorson 1 dltempt, no ccmplctlon. .PASSHECIEVJNG CSU Bell 3 tor 47 ydrds, 1 touchdcAvn, 25 long; HarrisS tor tj, 19 (ono. UTEP-Hai Johraon 2 lor 37 yards; Bauer 1 for It PUNTING ' CS'J 7 fc-113, 50 img, UTE P Walker? for 2.0, 50 long v PUNT RETURNS CSU 3unch 4 for 17. UTEP -Joftnscn 1 for9. KICKOFF RETURNS UTEP Hol,ll1or,i2. INTERCEPTION RETURNS CSU-Kngllprl9, UTEP .Vtitchell Vfcr 31 ; BclMln 1 for 0. CUSHION POLYGUS 22 CONSTRUCTION Up sets picture for boyk m - By United Press Iitfcniaiional In a year when upsets have: not been common, coaches of six of the top 30 college football teams, including four of the top 10,. found banana peels in trieir 'bowl pictures Saturday along with their cereal. The list of peel-finders included second-ranked Oklahoma, 23-3 to Kansas; eighth-ranked Penn:: -State, 25-14 to North Carolina State ; ninth-rated Southern;: Califor-nia, 13-10 to Stanford; No. 10 FloridailO-7 to Georgia; 13tli.ranked San Diego State; 31-24 to Arizona; a:.nd. No. 14 Pittsburgh,; 17-14 , to West Virginia.-: ;:.; " . . . . : , Not surprisingly, the losing' coaches' were" less than pleased. "This ain't much fun," said Oklahoma's Barry Switzer, who . lost for the first time in three years as the Sooners' coach. "The way we're playing, RaMm lose to Ifli! Beach, Hfersm .University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors, who will host the U.T. El ' Paso Miners Saturday in Honolulu, lost to Long Beach State 10-0 Saturday in Long Beach. It gave the Rainbows a-3-4 record; for the season. They lost to Texas A&l, ' Gramblicg and Rutgers in addition to Long Beach and have beaten Portland State, Santa .Glara and FuUerton. Nor.'ris B'ir.dso;hgy: Hawaii!? top rusher, had,51 yards against Long Beach.'"-,1 The Miners will fly to Hawaii Thursday. ' ; They will be accompanied by several hundred fans. i AO E78 - F78 - H78 L78 - H78-14 L78-15 700-15 750-16 4 En College footbaH muddle, we shouldn't go to the toilet bowl," was the blunt; appraisal from outgoing. Southern California Coach John McKay. BUT THE UPSETS left the post-season bowl picture somewhat clearer; The Rose Bowl combatants should be. decided by, the outcome of three games. Ohio State-. Michigan' on - Nov. 22 -will, determine the ' Big. 10 representative; yCLA-USC ; on Nov. 28 and' California-: . Stanford on Nov. 22 should decide; the Pacific-8 title, with UCLA in the driver's seat thanks to earlier wins over both Cat and Stanford.-; If the Bruins lose, thei. previous week's winner should earn the Rose spot. The Nov. 22 Nebraska-Oklahoma matchup' will decide the: -Big "Eightthe winner will' probably-- meet ', the loser of the Ohio Stated Michigan matchup in the Orange Bowl, while the loser, especially if it's Nebraska,- would be in line for a - possible - Sugar . or Cotton Bowl bid. The Cotton Bowl's Southwest Conference representative should be known after the Texas-Texas A&M clash on Nov. 28; the only possible wrench there is that a three-way tie could result if A&M won that gaiii? and then lost the following week to Arkansas, also still in the SWC title picture. ALABAMA, now- alone at the top of the Southeastern Conference, can go to either the Sugar or Cotton Bowl. The other major spot is still up for grabs. Back to this weekend's ganies: Most of the upsets were close; Oklahoma's, the most surprising, wasn't , "We certainly won the mistake race," said Switzer GOODYEAR ALL WEATHER 78 BLACK POLYESTER CORD TUBELESS E78-14 . ''tm- G78-14 18M G78.15 SPECIAL PURCHASE - NARROW WHITE - U 4 PLY NYLON CORD 14 T4 - 14 15 - NOT SECONDS OR. BLEMS! COOPER "G.M." FOUR NARROW WHITE 4 PLY POLYESTER CORD TUBELESS NOT SECONDS OR BLEMS HEAVY DUTY TRUCK . 4 F.R. NYION CORD TUH CAU FOR SIZES NOT LISTED 1 i help .after his Sconerslost four of five fumbles-aridjiad three passes intercepted. Stanford placekickec Mike Langford booted a 37-yard field goal as time ran out to give Stanford its win over Southern Cal. Meanwhile, the other members jf the top 10 won through safely. . , Top-ranked : ; Ohio State upped its record to 9-0 witli a - 40-3 c akewalk : over Illinois. ,. Third-ranked Nebraska scored only one touchdown against Kansas State, but turned on its defense to hold the frustrated Wildcats to just two first downs for the first three quarters. Texas ' A&M, ; ranked ' fourth, hadno trouble with . SMTJ, smothering the :, Mustangs-36-3. NO. 5 AIABAHA, now in sole possession of first place in the SECi put down pesky -LSU 23-10 with quarterback , Richard Todd running seven yards for one TD ; after passing 14 yards and ; running 23 more down to the two to set up another. Sixth-rated Michigan remained unbeaten, although twice tied, by blanking Purdue 284). Oregon St talks to fark Arslanian After Colorado State defeated the UT. El Paso Miners 21-17 Saturday night, it was revealed that Oregon State had been given permission to talk to Sark Arslanian, CSUcoach, 1 Oregon State is looking for a coach to succeed Dee Andros who resigned recently. . Arslanian said he had not yet given any serious thought to any offer that Oregon State may make. ir 18' 20M 12" TIRES TYPt: .. IV I 24w I 24w I 3IM I

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