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10 · Northwest Arkonwi TIMES, Mon., Se'pt. 23, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSA* Cites Turnovers, Field Position, Momentum \ Broy/es Gropes For Explanation Of OSU Contest LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles seemed to be groping for an explanation. He talked about lack of execution, turnovers,- poor field position and momentum. The question: How to explain " Arkansas' 2G-7 loss to Okla- · homa Slate Saturday' night in view of the Razorbacks' 22-7 victory over Southern California the previous week. line, which look off with a rush against USC, did not appear as quick off the ball against Oklahoma State. "I can't account for that," Broyles said. The Razorbacks 1 inability to handle OSU's three down linemen _ Carl Devorce, James White and Philli Dokes -- enabled the Cowboys' linebackers to roam far and wide. "Against the wishbone you can either play the linebackers "I was hoping momentum -- ,..., · from the Southern Cal game base or running," Broyles said. ' would let us play a great "Most teams mix it up, but we · game" Broyles said. "But we weren't able to hurt them were not 'the same football team we were against Southern Cal. We're a better team than we showed Saturday night...a much better team." Broyles said he believed Arkansas had more trouble executing its wishbone against OSU than it did against Southern Cal · because the Cowboys practice against the wishbone. The Razorbacks' offensive enough to keep them from running all the time. They took off with the flow." Arkansas lost the football five limes -- Ihree times on fumbles and twice on pass interceptions. The previous suffered six kansas one. week USC turnovers, had Ar- THREE FUMBLES In the first half, the Razorbacks lost fumbles at their own 29, 23 and 29. That, plus Arkansas' inability to make a first downs acids up to poor field position. The Cowboys were 50 yards or less from the Arkansas goal on five of its first seven possessions. In fact, 'the Cowboys' first eight possessions ended in six field goal attempts, a fourth down try deep in Arkansas territory and a fumble. The Razorbacks had only two "irst downs on their first 12 pos- issions. Broyles said Arkansas was too conservative offensively in the first half. The Razorbacks threw only one pass in the first half and it was incomplete. The 26 rushing plays nelted 41 yards. ' ' T h a t ' s embarrasing, Broyles. said. "We 1 didn't .hayt the ball much, but when we did we didn't do much." He said Arkansas' passing attack lost any surprise factor kind of speed you can really throw the ball. We have the same pass patterns as Alabama, they just don't look like t." Arkansas Yankees Cling Tight To First Place In AL lost its most experienced receiver when Rcg- Jie Craig suffered a knee injury late in the second period. Broyles said the Razorbacks :iad worked on formations other than the wishbone all fall; but that he believed "we're running the offense that best suits the ability of our players." Momentum played a part, Broyles said. The Cowboys had it and nothing happened to turn the tide. "The momentum on Ihe bench was so obvious," he said. "We couldn't get a break to change the momentum. When the other team has momentum, you've either, got to' make a: big play or they've got to make a bad play." Broyles also said his decision By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Yankees are in front in the American League East -but only by one game -- after beating the Cleveland Indians 2-1 Sunday on Bobby Murcer's tie-breaking homer and the four-hit pitching of Pat Dobson and Sparky Lyle. The · second-place Baltimore Orioles remained one game back by whipping the Boston Red Sox 7-2. Boston is now five games behind the Yankees. Elsewhere in the American League Sunday, Chicago beat Oakland 3-1, Texas edged Kansas City 4-3, Minnesola defeated California 6-2 and Detroit nipped Milwaukee 6-5. With the score tied 1-1 and two out in the sixth, Murcer cracked his 10th homer of the season, a blast off Cleveland starter Bruce Ellingsen, 1-1, that sailed over the 371-foot mark in right center. It was his second home run in two days, but only his second of the sea- f the season, helped Baltimore icat Boston again Sunday. Baltimore Manager Earl Veaver feels his club is in pret- y good position, despite being ne game back of the Yankees vith eight games to play, but Boston skipper Darrell Johnon, said "We're just about gong to have to win three in a row now in New York (Tuesday and Wednesday)." Rangers 4, Royals 3 Ferguson Jenkins posted 24th victory of the son at Shea Stadium. Dobson gave up three hits over the first eight innings, but John Lowenstein singled to lead off the ninth. He moved to second on a sacrifice bunt and. after Frank Robinson walked, took third or a long fly ball Lyle then relieved Dobson and reiired pinch hitter Charlie Spikes on a tapper to the mound to record his 15th save of the season. Orioles 7, Boston 2 Boog Powell's three runs bat ' ted in. including his llth homer because the Razorbacks were .to receive the opening kickoff unable to move the ball on the!was contrary to what he had learned during his coaching career. Arkansas fumbled on the first play and the field position belonged to OSU the remainder of the half. He said he chose to receive because he believed the Razorbacks could move the ball. OSU began the third quarter in a field position hole.' The Cowboys slarled from their, six after the kickotf, but a 16-yard pass play and two face mask penalties led to Abby Daigle's third field goal of the game and a 16-0 lead. It was 19-0 in the third period before Arkansas drove 73 yards ground. "It's obvious we're going to have, to throw more on first down," Broyles said. The Razorbacks have completed 4 of 16 passes in two games for a minus 14 yards. "We don't have a great passing game," Broyle said. "It's hard to have a triple'option offense and a great passing game. Broyles said the Razorbacks lack speed at light end and wide receiver. NOT LIKE 'Alabama has 'KAMA a tight end that runs 4.6 and a wide out that runs 4.4. If you have that or its touchdown. Scott Bull, who relieved Mark Miller at quarterback, salvaged a couple of bad plays and the Razorbacks converted on three fourth-down situations in the OFF-BALANCE OSU's attack kept the Razorbacks off : balancc although the defense did .not allow a touch-, down until late in the fourth period. . ·';' The Cowboys were a wishbone team in name only. They ran counter plays, traps, rollou passes and sweeps instead o option plays. Broyles said OSU ran maybe six wishbone plays, but hac used nothing but the wishbone exclusively in a 53-0 victory , COMPLETE LINE : . : Qf ;·::··, : BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS at DISCOUNT PRICES B A N K A M E R I C A R D . MASTER CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN r SEVERAL LOCATIONS - f\n71/~7 KeLI - EY i rW' / BROTHERS t I k \ LUMBER j ULJ\_Aco. i 2401 NORTH GREGG ON West Townitiip North Gregg 1 Phone 442-2351 over Wichita Stale the previous may have had a premonition Arkansas, No. 10, was one of vcck. about the game. eight teams in the lop 20 to losa "That's a tribute to them," "I'm glad we're not playing to unrankcd teams Saturday. Broyles said. today because of ttie wnv the The Razorbacks try to get back Oklahoma Coach Barry Swit- ranked teams are doing," he on the winning track Saturday er was in the pressbox and said. against Tulsa at Kayeltcville. -NOW- You Can Gel the Very Popular MEN'S LEISURE SUITS "Custom Tailored" At MAN'S LAND INC. more than 500 active samples I 1 "A Natural For Every Man," "Fully Lined" Multiply 500 active samples by a run of sizes In each of the major variations and you have a selection so huge that n» store or group of stores anywhere in the world could duplicate it. If you add the possibility of both harmonizing and contrasting ensembles the selection reaches astronomical proportions. Allen Edmonds Fall Leisure Damon Ties, Shirts Also . . . Shoes Suits in "Custom Tailored" Custom Tailored Stock! Shirts, Suits Women's Clothing If you haven't MAN'S LAND INC. You've Missed " E C n l ° 1046 Stearns St., Fayefleville Something Very Man's Land . . . One Block East of Uamada Inn Special! his season, equalling "Oakland's Catfish lunter for the top figure in the majors. .._., The Rangers won it with three runs in the sixth in- ling on just one hit. White Sox 3, A's 1 Chicago's Jim Kaat stopped Oakland on five hils to raise his record to 19-13. The loss cut the A's lead over Texas in the AL ffest to 4Vi games. The White Sox \vent ahead 2-1 in the sixth on singles by Bill Melton and Ken Henderson, an infield out and a sacrifice fly. Henderson tripled in the eighth and scored an insurance run on Tony Muser's single. Twins 6, Angels Z Craig Kusick's run-scoring double highlighted a three-run outburst in the sixth inning that broke a 2-2 tie for the Twins. Tigers 6, Brewers 5 Reggie Sanders drove in four runs with a sinle, double and home run and John Killer pitche'd 1 ' i out of a ninth-inning jam for the Tigers. ___ More Sports On Page 16 e Scores USE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS East Connecticut 36, Vermont 22 Delaware 48, Citadel 12 ' Holy Cross 45, Brown 10 ' Lehigh 33, Colgate 12 - Massachusetts 42, Maine 0 Navy 7, Penn State 6 New Hampshire 28, Boston Univ 0 ,, .. Rhode Island 48, -Northeastern 36 ; Rutgers 16, Bucknell 14 ; Tulane 31, Army 14 Soiith Alabama 52, South Mississippi 0 Alcorn AM 19, Gramblmg 14 Auburn 52, Chattanooga 7 Colorado St. 14, Florida St. 7 Duke 20, South Carolina 14 Florida 17, Maryland 10 Howard 31, Maryland St. 7 Jackson St. 67, Prairie View 7 Marshall 17, Akron 7 McNeese St. 38, SW Louisana 0 Memphis St. 15, Mississippi 7 Mississippi St. 38, Georgia 14 North Carolina 31 , Wake Forest 0 N. Carolina St. 31, Clemson - 10 Pittsburgh 27, Georia Tech 17 SF Austin 14, NW Louisiana St. 13 Tennessee 17, Kansas 3 Tennessee St. 36, Alabama AM 0 Texas ASM 21, Louisian aSt 14 Troy St. 28, Alabama St. 14 Vanderbilt 45, Virginia Mill tary 7 3 Virginia 38, Wiliam Marj 28 West Virginia 16, Kentulcky 3 Midwest Arizona 35, Indiana 20 Ball St. 45, Butler 0 Bowling Green 41, Dayton 21 Cent. Michigan 21, North Michigan 7 Evansville 30, Franklin Col 20 Indiana Central 27, Wabash Indiana St. 10, Southern II linois 8 Iowa 21, UCLA 10 Kansas St. 17, Wichita State Miami, Ohio, 7, Purdue 7 Michigan State 19, Syracuse Minnesota 42, North Dakot 30 Missouri 28, Baylor 21 No Dakota St 15, Morningsid 7 Notre Dame 49, Northwester 3 Ohio U. 20, Kent State 0 Ohio State 51, Oregon State 1 South Dakota 24, Montana 10 West Michigan 30, Norther Ulinpis 13 Wisconsin 21, Nebraska 20 Southwest Cincinnati 28, Rice 21 Louisiana Tech 42. Texas, Ar- nglon, 15 Miami, Fla., 20, Houston Univ 3 New Mexico 'St. 41, West 'exas St. 0 Oklahoma St. 26, Arkansas 7 Texas 34. Wyoming 7 Texas, El Paso, 34, Utah 7 Texas Southern 14, Southern U. G Far West Arizona Slate 37, Texas Christian 7 Boise Slate 41, Chico State 7 California 17, San Jose State 16 Hawaii 35, Humboldt St. 9 Illinois 41, Stanford .7 Michigan 31, Colorado 0 Montana St. 14, Fresno St. 7 Nevada, LVegas 31, Northern Arizona 14 New Mexico 21, Texas Tech 21 Oregon 27, Air Force 23 Pacific U. 38, Long Beach St, San Dfego St. 28, Tampa 25 Utah St. 9, Brigham Young b Washington 31, Iowa St. 28 Washington St. 17, Idaho 10 Weber St. 28, Northridge St. 0 UA Soccer Team Keeps Winning The University of Arkansas soccer team inproved its fall record to 2-0 and extended it5 winning streak to nine with a 2-0 win over Kansas Stale College of Pittsburg here Sunday. Geary IFeinrich of La Paz, Bolivia, scored both goals for Arkansas. He tallied at the 62- minute mark after taking a pass from Enrique Zuniga of Lima, Peru. Twelve minutes later, Heinrich successfully deflected a shot by Michael Games of Little Rock. The Razorbacks will play the University of Mexico at Razorback Stadium this Sunday at 2 p.m. It will be the first international match for any UofA sports team. NavraHlova Wins ORLANDO, Fla. -- Czech oslovakia's Martina Navrati lova stopped Julie Hcldman 7-6 6-4 for her third straight upset and claimed the $10.000 first priez in a $50,000 women's tennis tournament. Our plot for 1975 is simple. Outclass the competition. Worth waiting for. The 75 Astre's so new, your Pontiac dealer may not have it in stock yet. But don't let that stop you. Contact him to get the full story on the many features and availability of the new Astre Hatchback and Safari wagon. He'll be happy to take your order! Our mission: give the compact some class. Mission accomplished. 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