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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 14 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., Nov. 11, 197.) Woody: Bucks Were Held Down COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Ohio Stall- Coach Woody Hayes blames the top-ranked Buckeyes' HMD loss lo Michi- gan Slate mi dirty tactics by the Spartans and poor official- ins. "In practice we dun't expect dirty football." the volatile coach said on his weekly tel- evision program late Saturday night. "You can't run your plays when you can't gel your center off the ground." Hayes charged Ihat mem- bers of the Michigan Stale squad held down his players in an attempt lo keep Hie Buckeyes from running a final play from just short of the goal-line in Saturday's region- ally televised game at East Lansing. And Hayes contended the officials erred in not calling time. "There were 26 seconds left and we couldn't get one play the Ohio State coach said. "They kept us down on the ground. We couldn't got our men up." Hayes charged that Steve Myers, his center, was held by the facemask lo keep him on the ground. "When there's that much of a pileup, the officials should call a lime Hayes said. "That's where they blew it. "I bitterly resent there was no effort to get our players unpiled. 11 was grossly unfair to our players. '.'I may be biller toward officials, bul there are Ion many games decided by offi- he said. Several Ohio Stale players appeared on the television show, and Hayes asked Scotl Dannelley if he had been held. "Otto Smith was holding me Dannelley replied. "He had my legs and hands." Quarterback Cornelius Greene, asked by Hayes why he didn't run a play before lime expired, said, "No. 71 was holding Scott down. 1 tried to help him get up." Although Hayes has stead- fastly refused to call this the greatesl team in his 24 sea- sons at Ohio Stale, he told his television audience: "Up until today, I thoughl il was our grealesl leam, espe- cially on offense. "A greal, greal season was smashed lo smithereens. Now we've got to gel ready lo play two more great games and see where that takes us." Ohio Stale, second in the Big Ton at 5-1 behind Michi- gan at 6-0, plays Iowa Satur- day before facing the Wolver- ines Nov. in Columbus. Bowls Become Disaster Areas UPl leleoholo Orange Bowl Queen Linda Metz shows passing form. Ramsey Still Serious After Shooting Piccolo Award to Milt Sunde NEW YORK (AP) Milt Sunde. veteran offensive guard of the Minnesota Vik- ings of the National Football League, will receive the Brian Piccolo award for humanitari- an services. The award announced Sun- day is named in honor of the lale running back of the NFL's Chicago Bears. II will be presented to the 32-year-old Sunde in Los Angeles on Nov. 26. Sunde, who has played wilh Ihe Vikings for 11 years, also devoles much time to com- munity projects, most of them benefiting young people. One of his chief interests is "Project an in- ternational medical assistance program. The project provides health and hospital care for thousands of disadvantaged persons in the United Slates and foreign countries. The award was established by the national council of YMCAs in 1972 and was won joinlly by Jim and Wes Parker of the Los Ange- les Dodgers that year, and by Floyd Little of the .NFL's Denver Broncos last year. PHILADELPHIA (AP) Nate Ramsey, a Philadelphia Eagles' defensive back for six years, remains hospitalized in serious condilion with bullet "wounds suffered in a gun bat- tle at a West Philadelphia bar during which a suburban Bucks County man was killed. Police said Ramsey, 33, was shot in the left shoulder and right leg in Ihe Shootout at the Caprice Villa bar early Sun- day morning. The dead man was identified as John II. Nel- son, 34, of Uilltown, Pa. Homicide detectives said no charges had been filed against Ramsey as of late Sunday night. They disclosed he was wearing a shoulder holster, but his gun was not found. Ramsey, who played with the National Football League Eagles from lilffii to 1072, was listed in serious condition at Misericordia hospital after undergoing surgery. Scoreboard Stays Lit at Baylor WACO, Texas (AP) Baylor university kept its Scoreboard lit overnight Satur- day after a 34-24 Southwest Conference football upset of the Texas Longhorns. It was the first time Bayloi had defeated Texas in li years. "People just drove by in their cars lo see said Don Oliver, Baylor publicist "Some of them slill found il hard lo believe." By Ilorschel Nlsscnson AP Snorts Writer Led by top-ranked Ohio State, eight of the nation's elite college football teams wound up Saturday in the Upset Bowl. The Buckeyes of Ohio State, who suffered an unbelievable that means Woody Hayes doesn't believe it 1B-13 loss lo Michigan State, were the biggest losers since their No. 1 ranking is in jeopardy. They were followed closely by choose your own order the Rose Bowl, fifth-ranked Texas the Cotton Bowl, sixth-ranked Florida, the Sug- ar Bowl, seventh-ranked Penn State, Ihe Peach Bowl, Van- derbill, Ihe Sun Bowl and Mississippi State. When all the feudin' and fussin' was over. Ihe Top Ten and many of the eager-beaver bowls looked like disaster areas. The big question was whether Ohio State could maintain its No. 1 ranking in the face of challenges from North Carolina Votes Sun Bowl CHAPEL HILL, N. C. (AP) The University of North Carolina voted Sunday to ac- cept a Sun Bowl bid. The unanimous vole lo meet Mississippi Stale in the post- season classic in El Paso, Texas, Dec., 28, came one day after a jolting 54-32 defeat by Clemson left (hem 5-4 for Ihe season. "We delayed our decision until our faculty athletics committee had an opportunity lo view the proposal and our players could be informed of the said Coach Bill Dooley. 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