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Razorback Statistics RUSHING _No. S»n lass H«t TO IP AV6.' Forte H. White B. White Killer Davis Lusby Moods Fuchs 0. C. Jackson J. Oackson Bull Johnson Watson Barnes Kirkland PASSING 71 57 49 46 12 11 8 10 7 1 18 4 I 1 6 360 287 230 225 72 74 56 52 40 37 51 14 2 1 18 5 I 15 63 1 4 0 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 19 355 286 228 162 71 70 56 52 40 27 21 14 2 1 ·1 27 5.0 18 5.0 19 4.6 62 3,5 32 5.9 17.6.3 22 7.0 11 5.2 14 5.7 0, 27 27.0 2 9 1.2 0 7 3.5 0 2 2.0 0 1 1.0 0 9 -.16 Arizona Only Successful WAC School Coaches Chosen For Hula Bowl HONOLULU (AP) -- Six college football coaches were nHincd on Wednesday to par- ticipule in the 29lh annual Hula Bowl classic scheduled Ipr Jan. 4. ( University ot Tennessee's Bill Buttle, Purdue's Alex Agase and University of Miami's Pole Ity aid Elliot will guide the East team. The West squad will be coached by University of Houston's Hill Yeoman, University of Oklahoma's Barry Switxcr and University of Hawaii's Larry Price. The assignment of head coacli for each leiim will bo announced later. VHT Approves Sale CHICAGO (AP) - The World Team Tennis Lca'gue on Wednesday approved the conditional sale of the Toronto franchise to a Hartford, Conn., Croup. At the same time, the WTT announced that its 1975 player draft will be held in New Yo.rk Nov. 25. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thur»., Oct. 17, 1974 · IS FAYETTEV1LLC, A H K A N t A l Greenwood Okay P1TTSBUUGH (AP) -- Pittsburgh Slcelor L.C. Greenwood spent the night in t h e . hospital for observation of abdominal pains, but a spokesman for the National Football League club said the pains were not be- Covs Waive ,Two CLEVELAND (AP) -- Thd C l e v e l a n d Cavaliers jaid Wednesday .they have, played veteran John Warren ;-ft\d rookie Mike Robinson on waivers, decreasing their roster; to the National Basketball As^pci- Bull Miller Kirkland TOTAL OFFENSE _Att. Conip. Int. Net TO LP PCT. 19 14 2 159 68 31 74 41 31 .473 .214 .500 Rushing Passing Total Forte M. White ' Hfller B. White 'Bull Davis Hoods Lusby Fuchs 0. C.. Jackson Kirkland a. Oackson Johnson Vatson Barnes RECEIVING 355 286 162 228 21 71 55 53 52 '40 -1 27 14 2 1 NO. 0 0 68 0 159 0 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 0 355 266 230 228 180 71 56 53 52 40 30 27 14 2 1 Yards LP TO :Douglas Morrison Forte . Bavlr B. White PUNTING 3 3 3 2 2 Ho. 146 48 12 40 12 74 23 38 20 9 Yards LP AVG. Kirkland RETURNS hog an B. White Mitchell T. Harris Thomas Winston Burns SCORING 22 Punt _Hn. - Yds. "R 55~ 882 56 40.9. Kickoff Int. No. - Yds. No. - Yds. 1 -5T 119 92 12 0 0 7 TO . f6A--FGH XPA--XPH PTS Little Miller Forte B. White Bull Douglas Davis. Fuchs Morrison 20 19 31 30 24 18 12 12 12 6 6 Colorado State Rams Called 'Heartbreak Kids'Of 1974 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Life has not been kind to the have-nots in the Western Athletic Conference. Except the two Arizona schools, the other six WAC teams have just five victories among them. Two of those suffering squads, however, should gtt well this weekend. For example, Texas-El Paso, 1-4 overall and 1-1 in the WAC, journeys to Brigham Young, 1-3-1 and 1-0-1. The winner has a shot at second place In the standings. Wyoming, still looking for its first conference victory and 1-4 overall, has a "must" game at Laramie against New Mexico, 1-3-1 and 1-1. The Cowboys can ill afford to drop to 0-3 in the conference if they expect to be title contenders. Utah, winless in four oulings, lias a somewhat more difficult task. The Utes play at Arizona State, 3-1 and 1-0. In non-league games, Colorado State hosts Nevada-Reno and Arizona travels to Texas Tech. "We still regard ourselves as in the race, and ready to make a run for the title," BYU Coach LaVell Edwards says. "I doubt very much that any team in the league will go undefeated this season." POTENT PASSING The Cougars unleashed their potent passing game for the 'irst time this season against Wyoming last week as quarter- lack Gary Sheide completed 20 of 28 passes for"263 yards and two touchdowns. The 38-7 victory marked the first time the Cougars have put together an effective offense with their conference-leading defense, and that could spell trouble for the rest of the WAC. UTEP, which has lost three in a row following its 34-7 rout of Utah, is led by the conference's No. 4 rusher, freshman Mike Belew, who is averaging 95 yards a game. Wyoming, which had little success defensing Sheide last week, must contend with the nation's leading passer Saturday in New Mexico's Steve Myer. The Lobos will be looking to generate some offense after scoring just 24 points in Iheir last three outings. "The key to helping our running game is getting our passing more wide - open," ASU Coach Frank Rush says, so his Sun Devils have been concentrating on the passing game. It's likely to be a long afternoon (or the Utes; who are last in both offense and defense. Arizona C o a c h J i m Young calls the Red Raiders "the best team we've faced this season. LONGHORNS FAVORED BY 3 OVER RAZORBACKS By Dick Dunkle Ohio State and Oklahoma resume their serious quest of No. 1 ranking Saturday. But many fans find themselves hoping that the z a n y game of musical chairs will continue for the rest of college football s would-be leaders. It's barely midseason, yet no less than 24 teams have passed through the revolving door of u C O L L E G E F O O T B A L L IV D EXPLANATION T*» DvHltil Tftltm fW»W« · ewrtiniwut Infrx to tin nTaTivl ttnngth «[ ffltrgln C«ptibtal4 "(Hi «i«rag* oppttitroM fating, vil)M«4 In favor ef icclnt piforman«. Example: pcinti tlrMjir, ftl (·**«, tfo» · 40.0 ttam ·grintt ·ppoiltiwi of Idinticel itungth. Orism' ill fiamt. It riflfcti dviragt ICONIC torn hat bttn 10 Kcnng 1929 b, Dick Du.kcl. GAMES OF WEEK ENDING OCT. 20, 1974 Hljr.tr Mtinf Ttflm Kitini Dill. MAJOR GAMES SATURDAY, OCTOBER H Air Force- 18.J--. 15) Navy 74.7 10S.S (13) Tennessee' »3.7 Arlztm. SI' 9S.S (34) Utah 6Z.8 Ark.St- 80.0 18) Laraac 71.9 Auburn- 100.3--,-- (16) G«.Tech 81.7 Bosltm Col 90.9-1(1) Pittsburgh* W.O Brig.Youns- 85.7 (20) Tex.El P 65.8 63.2 (4) Dartmouth 59.3 California. 93.S (10) Oregon- 83.7 Clne'natl 79.3 (30) Wichita- (9.7 Colo.St- 73.0: (24) Nev.Reno 49.3 Cornell «9.5 (31 Harvard- 66.2 Duke 80.9 (11) Clemson- R0.4 E.CaroHna S3.4_(33) Appalach'n- 50.« Florida 91.0 (11) Florida SI- 72.7 Furman 71.9 (16) E.Tenn - - · -Georgia* 102.9. Hawaii- 75.6 _ Houston' 90.4 Idaho 1 (5.9 Illinois' SB.l low. 82.7 __ Kansas' *3.9 VanderbW 96.6 .(151 Long Beach 60.4 _2BJ Vtltanova 62.9 (9) Montana 56.4 (S) Mich.St 81.8 HI) Minnesota* 71.5 (3) Nrtraakt ES.« ent.Conn 43.4 (38) Palerson* 10.1 hevney 31.2 (1) Xulttown" 30.0 ·oast G "" (81 Tufts' 24.6 'onnecl'l' 66.0 (11) M a i n * 54.9 Delaware 76.3 (14) Lettish* E Stroildsbe 40.3-- (19 Mansfield' 20.9 Edinboro- 47.5 (39) Lli.Haven 8.9 ·6M- 53.9 (30) Dickinson 23.7 Getlysb'e' 44.1 Grove City . _ . LS.U 91.8 ____ (2) Kentucky' 69.8 Loull.vllle' 68.7 ___ 121) Drake 47.6 Maryland- 102.8TM(4B) WkeForest 54.9 McNeese- 69.2 -- (15) Tejt.Arl'n 54.3 Miami. Fla B4.3--U4) W.Virginia' 80.4 Miaml.O' 8i.2 ______ (17) Bowl'ECr'n 78.0 Michigan 108.8^(4) Wisconsin' 103.5 · ...... --- (5) S.Carolina 67.9 Mls'slpnl' 73.1 Miss.St 91.3 (5) Memphis- Missouri 96.8 (4) Okla.si" N.C.Slate 91.2 (4) N.Carolina' FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- It was the "Cardiac Kids" of Indiana in 1967 and now it is Colorado State's "Heartbreak Kids" in 1974. The Indiana football team got its nickname after tying for the Big Ten crown with a sophomore-laden squad that had the knack of winning the close games with amazing comebacks. Well, the current CSU team is having trouble winning the close games with heart-breaking losses by two points to Memphis State here Sept. 28 and a one-pointer at Utah State last Saturday. "How can we expect our kids to keep coming back each week," said offensive coordinator Doug Gerhart following the Utah State defeat, "and then get edged out at the finish We are emotionally drained." Gerhart, who is coaching the nation's No. 1 passing attack is referring to the Rams' las' three games as CSU has come back from a 17-3 deficit agains' Memphis State, 26-6 against Brigham Young and 24-13 al Utah State. RALLY FELL SHORT Against Memphis^ the Rams rallied behind quarterback Mark Driscoll to take an 1B-1 1 " lead, but the Tigers kicked i field goal before Clark Kemble missed a 42-yard thrce-pointe: in the closing seconds. Memphii State won 20-18. In the BYU game, Driscol passed for four second-hal touchdowns as .CSU tied th ·Cougars 33-33 with no lime lef in the game. Kemble the missed a 35-yard extra-poin attempt to stymie another Ram comeback. At Utah State, Kemble tiei a single-game school recon with three field goals, but th Fort Worth, Tex., junior misse a 29-yard three-point try wit 2:19 left in the contest to pre N.llllnois 61.5 (2) S.llllnols N.Mex.St 66,2 113) N.Tex.St- N.MexIco 77.4 111) Wyoming Notre Dame- 96.8 (32) Army 64.8 hlo Slate' 151.9 (34) Indiana «B.- klahoma 119.1_(19) Colorado* 100.: acific 72.5 (9) Fresno' 63.3 T i n (2*1 Lafayetle" 47.8 enn state' Sa.5 (19) Syracuse 79.' rincelon' 63.1 (2) Colgate 61.1 ·due 88.i (15) N'weslern* 73.1 e 8S.8_____--[Z) S.M.U.- 83.1 Rutgers 74.3 .(13) WmtMary- 61.: .Diego St- tl.3 (3) San Jose 78.! o.Callf 102.8 (28) Oregon' 73.: O.Miss' 71.2 («) V.M.I. 65. lanford' 89.4--U4) Washington 75. Tampa' SI.5 3S) S'west La 49. Temple' 92.4 (29) Holy Cross 63. Texas- 89.3 _ ( 3 ) Arkansas 95. Texas A6M- 101.1 (27) T.C.U. 75. Texas Tech' 92.4 (II Arizona 91. Toledo 71.2 (16) Dayton' 55. Tulane" 65.7 ( 3 2 ) Citadel 53. U.C.lj.A.' «4.« (11) Wash.St 83, ent another Ram victory. Utah late won 24-23. Emotionally drained or not, he CSU seniors believe the 1974 eason still can be a success. We are a long way from one." said co-captain Al Simpon, the standout offense tackle. I don't think we'll quit. We eniors want to go out in style." Dave Duncan, the senior eserve defensive end, echoed impson's words and added: We are too good of a football earn to have a losing record. Ve could be 4-1 right now. We ust haven't taken advantage of he breaks." EXCITING TEAM One thing can be said about he "Heartbreak Kids," they make football exciting for their and followers. "At least people arc not leaving the game intil the final gun," said Coach Sark Arslanian, who has restored excitement to Ram ootball. "Coach Sark is a winner," iimpson added. "He is really Aiming the program around. I am glad I am at CSU and jlaying an active part. Some- lay, the program is going to produce a consistent winner along with excilment." And, what about'Kemble, the Rams' main "Heartbreak Kid." Well, tomorrow is another day and another kick. "Someday. lark is going to win a game for CSU. He is a fantastic young man that is snake-bit," Arslanian said. "I still have to say this is a good football team," continued Arslanian. "We have the nation's No. 1 passing offense and the country's top freshman running back in Ron Harris. Someay. we are going to do it." The Rams, 1-3-1, will entertain the University of Nevada- Reno this Saturday for CSU's homecoming. Then it's''on to Little Rock, Ark., for a game against the Arkansas Razorbacks on October 26. The Wildcats also were 50 last year when they met-Tech, but ost when the Raiders scored 15 points in the final quarter. lah St 74.2 Irglnla' 75.3-._ tr.Mlchlgan 65. _-(5) Kent St' 69.6 (3) Va.Teeh 72.7 .Tex.St 83.1 «!«· 77.i (37) (4) Marshall (101 Tulsa- 73.0 Columbia 40.5 Musklngum 52.1._(13) Otterbejn OTHER EASTERN FRIDAY, ofstra- 25.1 .Conn 40.7 OCTOBER 18 _(1| Foidham 24.6 _;(8J Glassboro' 32,6 N.Colo' 5t,4 _ (12) Emporia St 39.8 N.Iowa- 59,2 __ (31) Mom'gside 2S.4 N'castOkla ol.O-- (2( E.Cent.Okla* 49.3 O.Wesl'n 33.1 ____ 2) Wash, Mo- 31.2 Taylor 32,9 ___ {IS) Anderson 1S.9 Valpar'o 37.8 __ U Wabasli- 36.7 Washburn- 31.2 __ (1) S.Culo 30.7 Wilmington- 29.I_O) Manchester 20.0 ' SATUHDAY. OCTOBER 19 tbright 42.5.: _____ t l l V Juntata" 31.8 llcghcny 36.8 -(20) Wash-Jeff 16,9 mhcrsf 47.6 _ .(14) Rochester 33.S (13) Budmel!42.5 -W.Po . 55.0 - . 49.4 _ (10) CorUand 39.4 st 50-4 ___ (13) Kings Pt' 37.2 (34) W-Conn 9.7 27.8 __ (10) Geneva 17.7 lobart AZ'.l ________ --(8) Alfred* 34.3 dlana.Pa 47.9 _ (0) Clarion- 47,7 thaca 60.6 ____ , - U7) Wilk«s' 41.8 J.Hopkins 32.2 _____ (5) Trenton- 26.E Kcan 20.7-. ..... _ ( J 2 ) Jersey CHy ' 42,7 (4) Capital 33.0 39.1 Wiltenb'g ' _ . (31) Dcnison- 20 S .-. ..... _ Leb.Vallcy 2S.9_(26) ersey C Sw'thm - lore' 1.0 . . _ ,ycoming 2*.2 ___ (141 UpsaU- 10.4 ,1'lersv'le 47.3_(24) Bloomsb's" 23.5 illddiebury 30.8 _ (21) Hamilton' 3.4 Montdair' 43.6 __ (4) Wagner 39.fi Muhlenb'g' 26.fi _ (141 Ursinus 13.0 . N.C.Cent 52.8 N.Y.Tcch- 23.7 _ t P.I. 26.9 _________ 7) Untoi _ (22) Del.Stafe- 31-2 (I) Seton Hall 22.H Roch.Tceh 13.6- ickp't* Shinnensbs' 33.8--(B) Calif.Si.Pa 25,F Slip.Rock' 58.8 (221 Waynesb'g 3G.I Sus'haiina- 31.8 (9) Del.Valley 22.9 Thtel' 32.2 (1) Hiram 31.0 Trinity.Ct 41.0 (18) Colby Weslcyan- 11.0. Widener" 49.4- OTHER MIDWESTERN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 Youngsl'n 73.6 (S) Ball St' 67.9 OTHER SOUTHERN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 Aus.Pcay' 54.3 f6) N.AIaliama 43.5 B-Cookman 6l,3_(2a) Savannah' 36.1 Carnegie 23.9_I3) BelKany.W.Va' 255 Catawba 49.1 17) G-Wcbh* 42.3 E.Tex.St 58.3 (1) Abilene' 57.3 Ky S9.«_(12 T-Marlin' 47.5 Elon 61.3 [151 Presbs-'n 4S.1 Em-Henry 23.3 (1) H-Macon 27.0 FIS.AiM 53.I -- U5) Morris Br'n' 3i Frostburg 33.5 133) Madison- : G'lnvvn.Ky- 4].2_(Z5) Maryvllle 1! Grambling 72.9 (22) Hiss.Val' 51 H-Svdney 33.2--(0) W.Maryland' 3: H a r d i n g ' 43.5 (15) Ark.Tech 2 Henderson' 61.1--(9 Pine Blufl 52.6 Ilow.Pavnc' 52.9-.I2) Angela SI' 55.4 Jackson'Sl 74.3_(19 SoulhernU' 55. Jax. Ala 71.0 (3) Cha'nooga' 63. La.Tech' 80.2- J ( 2 4 N'wcsl La 56. Len.Rhyne- 61.4 (22) Davidson 39. Mvingslon' 02.1 (23) Ala.St 34. '[ars Hill' 45.3 (2) Gnllford 43. ' · c M u r r y ' 41.8 (7 Millsaps 34. Mid.Tcnn 53.7_ (a) Murray' 52. Miss.Col 55.0 (10) Nicholls' "luauhita S1.3 (23) AlonticeUo' -.F.Auslin 63.9._(1G) S'wcst Tex- . ' Houston' 54.5 (25) T.-irlelon 29. .St.Ark 54.0 -- (0) St.CoLArk' 53. · -?x.SouUi'n' 56.9 (IE) Eistiop 38. 'ou-son' 37.4 (17) Wash-Lee 20. frinlty.Tcx' 46.8J7) N.M.HIeM'ds 39. Troy St' 59.3 (5) Delta St 54. '.Carolina' 56.5_(4) Indiana SI 62. nKy T9.6_lll) Tcnn.Terti- 56 rd 52.3 . (B) Newberrj'' 44. Wminster' 43.5_(I1 O.North'n 32.4 \yet' .(2) Worc.Tech 25.2 W o ff, (22) Moravian 27.6 OTHER FAR WESTERN SATURDAY. OCTOBER 15 Carroll.Monl' 35.9 -.(3) E.Oregon 27 Aihland- 45.1 11} Falimont 3S.5 Lintield 4 4 . 3 - 1 2 1 ) Whiiman' 23 B-Wallace 57.8 (20) Heidelb'g' 38.3 N.Ariiona' 55.5 _ I 2 ) Weber St 53 Blulllon' 35.2 (1} Defiance 34.7 Ore-Col* 32.7 (10) Ore.Tcch Earlham 15.8 (1) Elmhurst- 15.2 ?ac.Liil]i'n 45.1 (22) L i e Evansville.' 48.5 (9) DePauw 39.9 Pacific U' 30.5 (7) Col-Idaho 23 Franklin 37.B (6) St.Josephs- 32.1 Portland Si' 52.2 (0) S.Fras Hanover 39 6 114) Findlay- 25. Rlverslrie 56.7 (30) RedlandL "'HP'" i i « "i Butltr- 41.9 S.Oreson' 32.3 ..-.(3) Ceol.Wash !S J.Carroll 37.7 (30) Case- 8.2 S'west Okla 5(.6.(9) E.N.Mexico' 46 KPnyon 294 (10) Oberlin' 19.7 Willamette' 38.5_ (5) Whltworth 34.C Llncoln.Mo' 40.8_(5) Mo.South'n' 35.0 \ Marietta' 40.8 (14) Wooster 26.91 Home Team NATIONAL AND SECTIONAL LEADERS Ohio State -12I.9 Perm State _U8.5 Ohio State _ Oklahoma _11S.1 'Temple' _'^-.9!.4 Oklahoma _ Alabama _-10S.8 Boston Col _90.9 Michigan -Michigan 106.6 Pittsburgh _SO.O Wisconsin _ Georgia 102.9 Syracuse 19.4 Colorado -- Sn.Callf .102.8 "-· M ' SOUTH Georgia 102.9 Ti SOUTHWEST FAR WEST S.B Ttxas AtM 101.6 SO.Calif 1 M B 99.3 U.C.L..A. ;_94.4 OS.S Maryland _102:« Arizona SI _-S6.9 California _1C0.3 Baylor 00.2 Vanderbilt _9(5.6 _ - . -- . 9G.O Stanford 89.4 93.9 Brig.Yolmg _B5.7 - ' Oregon SI _.83.7 Copyright 197* by Dunkel Sports Research Sve inkel Index top 10 leadership. such a shuffle it's obviously yhocly's ballgiimc. And coUcgo otball's customers haven't had ch a good time in years. In the hard business of being the top. here's what the Bavk- es and Sooners must do SSI- day to maintain their current ic-two ratings: Ohio Slate 34 over Indiana Oklahoma 19 over Colorado Elsewhere the fun figures (or icsn't figure) as follows: Alabama 23 over Tennessee Michigan 4 over Wisconsin,, Georgia 6 over Varidy Texas A4M 27 over T.C.Tj;". Auburn 16 over Ga. Tech "" Boston College 1 over Pitt"J, L.S.U. 2 over Kentucky " ' Ole Miss 5 over S. Carolina' N. C. State 4 over N. Carolina Texas 3 over Arkansas '.·':'·' Texas Tech 1 over Arizona',: Florida IS over Florida Stste Higher rating teams have won in 75.0 percent of the 880 games covered here to date. A Seiko Watch gives yoU- 1h« time, the day, and., date in English and ' ·;; Espanol. v -,L'l'' _ / A ·- -s^ ww if? \' v ·, SWIFTS We send you to the game . . . prepared to tackle the weather. RJ. RUGU N. W. Ark. Plaza Ark. 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