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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfoto September SWT Bobcats blast Prairie 467 By DEBSIE DeLOACH Staff Southwest Teias State Head Coach John OHara was all smiles Saturday night after a 487 win over Prairie View His first game aa head coach was now a and he waa still in one My heart was pumping mph when I came out of that dressing OHara It waa so I couldnt think of anywhere Id rather Firstgame jitters kept the first half The Bobcats engineered an 80yard scoring drive late in the first Quarterback David Longhofer ran five yards for the but his PAT Neal Neunhoffer added three more with his 29 yard field SWT with left in the first Then the Bobcats gave Prairie View an early Christmas SWT fueled a 74yard Panther drive with 51 yards in penalties to push Prairie View to the Timothy Pitta took it in for the which was the first time SWT had been scored on in an opening game since Panther Royce Gunnel added the extra and the Bobcats went to the dressing room with a 97 SWT scored on its first possession of the third Running back Ricky Sanders ran for 30 yards and then 14 Partner Eric Cobble took over up the middle for another 14 and the 16 yard touchdown The PAT went through the and SWTs lead had grown to Sanders was instrumental in setting up SWTs next score with a 58yard punt Two plays Teddy Steele ran up the middle for three yards and a The Panther offense sputtered the punt snap went over the head of Wilbert and SWT was set up on the Prairie View 11yard Two plays Longhofer ran up the middle for nine yards and a 307 The fourth quarter proved to be more of the On the Bobcats second SWT tcyed with the the Panther defense on a 58yard scoring Ron Gaskin scored the touchdown from the and the Bobcat lead jumped to An interception set up SWTs final touchdown midway through the fourth Billy Booker scored on a 19yard and Neunhoffers PAT was good Insult was added to injury when Panther quar terback Dairy Terral was tackled in the end zone by Bobcats Tal Milan and Ken Collins for a safety with two minutes left on the The final score was SWT Prairie View After the OHara said his game plan had been to alternate sophomore Longhofer and freshman Rene Maldonado at giving each three series in He stuck to his and was impressed by what he I thought they both executed very They both did some good and they were equal OHara adding he hoped to pick a starter by But that doesnt mean both wont see plenty of Longhofer Well probably be breathing down each others necks this next year and the year after Razorbacks trip 1714 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sophomore cornerback Greg Gatson made two big pass interceptions and quarterback Brad Taylor set up two touchdowns with pass completions on the run as Arkansas held on to defeat Tulsa 1714 Tulsa had a chance to tie but Jason Staurovskys 43yard field goal attempt into the wind was wide to the left and The kick came as time ran Hurricane quarterback Steve a freshman gave Tulsa a chance when he went 50 yards on an option play for a touchdown with left in the fourth Gage also completed a 10yard pass to start Tulsas final drive and converted two first downs when he kept on the option who was credited with two tackles during the 1982 stepped in front of pass by Gage at the Arkansas 2 to stop a first quarter threat and then stretched out for an interception at the Tulsa 27 that set up the first Arkansas score late in the first Air Force Texas Tech 13 AIR FORCE Quarterback Marty passing effectively to open up his teams wishbone ground ran for three touchdowns in leading Air Force over Texas Tech 28 13 in a regionally televised college football Louthan completed nine of 15 passes for 158 yards and rushed 14 times for 65 scoring on a 1yard run in the first a 38yard scamper in the third quarter and a 21yard jaunt in the final His first score drew Air Force into a 77 Texas Tech had scored on its first with Iback Robert Lewis carrying on nine straight plays for 61 and quarterback Jim Hart flipping a 3yard touchdown pass to split end Leonard Baylor Brigham Young 36 WACO Senior tailback Alfred Anderson leaped for two shortyardage including the winning score with 49 seconds and sophomore quarterback Tom Muecke threw two long touchdown passes in the third quarter as Baylor defeated Brigham Young the deep back in Baylors gained a career high 144 yards on 25 He leaped over the goal from the 1 in the third quarter and scored his 28th career touchdown a Baylor record from the 2 in the final The winning Baylor drive started at its 25 with left to After the Bears advanced to the the 214pound Anderson carried four straight times for the UT 1 quarterback separates shoulder AUSTIN AP The Texas Longhorn quar terback scramble temporarily has lost Todd the top contender for the starting to a shoulder separation suffered in the last preseason scrim UT Coach Fred Akers said its pretty likely that firststring quarterback throughout fall will miss next Saturdays opener against The injury could make either Rick Mclvor or Rob Moerachell the opening day signalcaller for the Trainer Spanky Stephens said Dodge could be out longer than one The rehabilitation time for a shoulder separation is on the average about three some some said Doctors are 90 percent sure that Dodge will not need More Xrays are scheduled for Its not as bad they thought at said a Port Arthur It waa juat numb whan I tint hurt but a couple of plays my left shoulder was juat hanging it waant my right said righthanded thrower TCU Kansas 16 FORT WORTH Placekicker Ken Ozee booted three field including a linedrive 35yarder with a second left to give Texas Christian a 1616 collegiate intersectional tie with the Kansas Jayhawks on Horned Frog coach Jim Wackers Kansas placekicker Bruce Kallmeyer also kicked three field goals including a 35yarder with 70 seconds to play for a 1613 Linebacker Elvis Patterson recovered quar terback Anthony Sciaraffas fumble at the Kansas 26 and the underdog Jayhawks scored 13 plays SMU Grambling 13 Damn a sophomore special teams made two key defensive plays in the fourth quarter to help 15 Southern Methodist secure a 2013 college football victory over ambitious Grambling Mitchell recovered a blocked punt for a touchdown with remaining to give the Mustangs a 176 With to Mitchell recovered a fumbled punt return by Gramblings Dwayne Jupiter at the Tigers That set up SMUs final score a 25yard field goal by Jeff Harrell with 55 seconds Miami Houston 7 HOUSTON Miamis Jeff Davis kicked three field goals and freshman quarterback Bernie Kosar riddled Houstons secondary with two touchdown passes as the Hurricane took advantage of turnovers by Cougar quarterback Lionel Wilson en route to a 297 college football Wilson tossed four interceptions and fumbled setting up 10 Hurricane which lost to the Hurricane for the fourth straight took an early 70 lead on Wilsons one yard run but Davis booted field goals of and 32 yards to give the Hurricane a 97 half time Minnesota Rice 17 HOUSTON Senior tailback Alan Reid scored on a 20yard run with left in the capping 397 yard drive to give Minnesota a 2117 victory over Rice in a contest between two nonconference college football teams with long losing The in Minnesotas season ended an 8game Gopher losing For the loss was the 14th tying the Owls with Kansas State as the longest losing streaks in the nation among major Top 10 1 2 4 5 Nebraska Wyoming 20 AP Iback Mike Rotter scored four touchdowns and sot a caroor rushing record aa Nebraska attended the nations longest win streak with a Mtt victory over Wyoming In a college football fame Nebraska has now won 12 In a who rushed for 191 yards on has career breaking Hlpps career total of Oklahoma Stanford 14 AP Freshman tailback Earl Johnson ran for two Oklahoma touchdowns while filling in for starter Marcus Dupree and led the secondranked Sooners to a seasonopening victory over Stanford Dupree rushed for 138 with one breakaway dash of 40 But he got only 31 net yards in the first Auburn Mississippi 3 AP Bo Jackson scored a pair of touchdowns and Lionel James rushed for 172 yards on 16 carries to give Auburn a 243 college football victory over Southern Mississippi Jackson scored on a 10yard run and on a 44 yard pass play from quarterback Randy running the last 34 yards after the Al Del Greco added a 41yard field goal and three extra points to cement the Auburn Notre Dame Purdue 6 WEST AP Tailback Greg Bell ran for three touchdowns and caught one of quarterback Blair Kiels two scoring passes Saturday as Notre Dame crushed Purdue 526 in their season opening college football BeU staked the Irish to the lead on their first possession with a 9yard touchdown reception from 6 7 8 9 Michigan Washington 17 ANN AP MIcMfan quarterback Davt Hall ran 4 yank for a touchdown In the final quarter to help tha trankod Wolverines boat Waihinfton SUte 9017 In college football Halls touchdown at the capped a 75yard Moring drive In seven Todd Schlopys conversion attempt Ohio Or agon 6 Ohio AP Quarterback Mike Tomcxak completed 21 of 25 passes for a careerhigh 273 yards and four touchdowns leading 7 Ohio State to a 316 college football victory over made a game of it for the first trailing 104 at But Tomczak took command in the third NC Memphis 10 CHAPEL AP Walter Black returned a punt 73 yards for a touchdown and tailback Ethan Morton rushed for 137 yards and two touchdowns as eighthranked North Carolina defeated Memphis State 2410 Saturday in college Blacks return helped North Carolina break away from a 1010 halftone tie and raise its record to Florida 19 LOS ANGELES AP Sean Salisbury threw a 25yard scoring pass to Timmie Ware with no time remaining to tie the then a bad snap on the conversion attempt cost ninth ranked Southern Cal the victory Saturday as the Trojans tied 18 Florida The Trojans marched 80 yards in the final 46 Salisbury threw an incompletion on what appeared to be the final play of the but it was nullified because of a penalty against the Gators for having too many men on the Cowboys fear letdown LOUIS AP The Dallas Cowboys are worried that the high achieved in Washington last Monday night is going to bottom out in Louis If we lose in said wide receiver Drew the Washington game will be put on the back seat and thats the last thing in the world we want right We worked too hard in the heat and humidity for The Cowboys are coming off a 3130 victory over the Red a remarkable comeback from a 233 halftime The Cardinals lost their season opener 2817 last Sunday in New Orleans as young quarterback Neil Lomax suffered a bruised shoulder that will keep him sidelined against Veteran Jim Hart will Tony who rushed for 151 yards against the said the Cowboys appear to have suffered a Practice just wasnt as crisp as it should have he The guys were just going through the That was all we could do under the In one this week wont be any different than last The fans in Louis are as vocal as the Red They treat us just like they treat us in said They hate Texas Lutheran stops Austin 270 SEGUIN AP Senior quarterback Mike Cantu scored two rushing touchdowns and passed for a third as Texas Lutheran defeated Austin College 270 in the season opener for both teams Saturday Cantu completed nine of 14 passes for the evening with 141 The Bulldogs dominated the which in cluded two interceptions by junior cornerback Carroll The leading rusher was junior running back Trent Faith with 71 Faith scored a 1 yard touchdown before the THE GREAT GUADALUPE COUNTRY FEST 12 HOURS OF COUNTRY MUSIC STARRING JERRY LEE LEWIS THE KILLER BOBBY BARE THE KENDALLS ERNEST TUBB HEE HAWS KENNY PRICE JOHNNY DEE AND THE ROCKET 88s PLUS MANY OTHERS 1983 Noon til 12 Midnight at the S S MUD TRACKS 12 East of Seguin on 90A TICKETS Advance At Gate AVAILABLE AT UT TICKET MASTERS RAINBOW TICKET MASTER AUSTIN AND SAN ANTONIO 512 4717744 512 2243900 or 4776060 Pii Slop ft Mutk Mink Turnlpttedi Wnltin Wtai Mutk Dfccounl CIMIO Mink FOH MORE 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