New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 27, 1985, Page 10

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 27, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Page10A Herald Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, October 27, 1985 Baylor bashes Frogs, 45-0 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WACO — Three Baylor players — flankers Horace Ates and Darnell Chase and running back Charles Perry — scored their first touchdowns of the season Saturday as the No. 13 Bears crushed Texas Christian 45-0 in Southwest Conference football. Perry, a 188-pound freshman, followed his 7- yard scoring run in the first half with a 55-yard touchdown dash in the fourth quarter. Baylor, the SWC leader with a 5-0 conference record, celebrated its homecoming before 42,500 fars w ith a 28-point second-quarter explosion and 31-0 halftime lead. Terry Syler started Baylor’s scoring in the first quarter with a 40-yard field goal after Jack Hurd intercepted a pass by Texas Christian freshman quarterback David Rascoe. Ates capped a 20-yard drive by scoring from the TCU 3 after Rascoe fumbled a center snap. A 45-yard pass from quarterback Tom Muecke to Chase, a redshirt freshman, built the Baylor lead to 17-0, and Perry’s seven-yard run raised the margin to 24-0. Baylor quarterback Cody Carlson threw 37 yards to split end Iceland Douglas for the final points of the first half.Arkansas 57 Houston 27 LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Backup quarterback Mark Calcagni completed five of his first eight passes for 166 yards and two touchdowns and guided 14th-ranked Arkansas to five straight scores in a victory over Houston. Starting quarterback Greg Thomas suffered a hyperextended knee on the second play of the game. Time after time, as Arkansas built a 31-13 halftime lead, the Razorbacks receivers got behind a Houston secondary fooled by play fakes. Calcagni, a fifth-year senior, took Arkansas 80 yards in 12 plays, 71 yards in six plays, 77 yards in three plays and 80 yards in eight plays for second-quarter touchdowns. The last two drives ended with passes of 51 yards to Bobby Joe Edmonds and 32 yards to James Shibest. Nobody was close to either one of them. The first drive included a 37-yard pass to Donnie Centers and the second drive featured a 36-yard pass to Shibest. Arkansas made 316 yards in the first half against a Houston defense that had given up 80 points in its last two games and at least 24 points to each of its six previous opponents. Arkansas topped 50 points against a SWC opponent for the first time.Texas ABM 43 Rice 28 HOUSTON — Texas A&M’s Anthony Toney and Roger Vick each ran for two touchdowns and safety Domingo Bryant intercepted three passes, one a 49-yard touchdown return, to lead the Aggies over Rice. The Aggies, 5-2 for the season and 3-1 in SWC games, ended Rice’s winning streak at two games. The Owls dropped to 3-4 for the season and 2-2 in the SWC. Toney’s touchdown runs of five and two yards, Vick’s one-yard dive and quarterback Kevin Murray’s 11-yard touchdown pass to Shea Walker rallied the Aggies to a 29-19 halftime lead. The Owls took a 12-7 first-quarter lead on runs of two yards by Wayland Mason and three yards by Antonio Brinkley. Rice freshman quarterback Quentis Roper hit a 67-yard touchdown bomb to Darrick Wells in the second quarter. Bryant returned a third-quarter pass by Roper 49 yards for a touchdown and Vick’s 40-yard touchdow n run opened up a 43-22 lead. Bryant also had a second-quarter interception that set up Walker’s 11-yard touchdown catch and picked off his third pass in the fourth quarter at his own 10-yard line. James Hamrick’s 48-yard field goal and a 16-yard touchdown run by Brinkley, kept the Owls within striking distance.SMU 44 Texas 14 IRVING — Tailback Reggie Dupard scored four touchdowns and linebacker Kit Case intercepted two passes to ignite the Southern Methodist Mustangs to a record-smashing thrashing of 19th-ranked Texas. It was Texas’ worst loss to SMU in the 69-year history of the series and was the Mustangs’ first victory against the ’Horns in Texas Stadium. Texas’ previous worst loss to SMU was 20-0 in 1935 and no longhorn team had ever yielded so many points to the Mustangs. SMU, which is on probation and not eligible to win the SWC title, is now 4-2 overall and 3-1 in conference games. Texas dropped to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in SWC play because SMU’s games count in the standings for the Mustangs’ opponents. Texas got an inkling it wasn’t going to be a burnt orange day when SMU scored on a bizarre 95-yard play in the third quarter that had the crowd of 56,874 buzzing. Coby Morrison broke from the SMU 5 to the Texas 43 where he was hit and fumbled forward to the ’Horn 31. Jeffrey Jacobs picked up the bounding ball without breaking stride and scored to give SMU a 27-6 lead. Dupard scored on two short runs and a 41-yard dash in the second half after taking a nine-yard scoring pass from quarterback Don King for a 13-6 SMU halftime lead. Texas’ again relied on placekicker Jeff Ward for its offense. Ward, who kicked five field goals last week against Arkansas, hit shots of 42 and 43 yards against the Mustangs. The ’Horns scored their first touchdown in 12 quarters late in the game on Bret Stafford’s 15-yard toss to Russell Hays. Miller, TLO rout Nuevo Leon, 34-3 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SEGUIN — Senior fullback Richard Miller rushed for three touchdowns and a school-record 276 yards as Texas Lutheran pummeled Nuevo Iieon, Mexico, 34-3 in non-conference football play Saturday night. Miller’s first touchdown was a 79-yard run with 4.13 left in the first quarter. He also scored on runs of 13 and 27 yards in the second half. TLC also got touchdow ns from Wade Klare, w ho recovered a fumble in the end zone, and quarterback John Fuquay, who scored on a sneak. Texas Lutheran is now 5-3; Nuevo 1/eotvfeU to2- 2.Nicholls St. 20. SW Texas St. 12 THIBODAUX, La. (AP) - Doug Hudson completed IO of 12 passing attempts for 195 yards and a touchdown as Nicholls State beat Southwest Texas State 20-12 in a Gulf Star Conference football game played on a sloppy field. Nicholls got off to a quick start, getting a first-quarter score on a 6-yard run by Oscar Smith and two second-quarter touchdowns- the 6-yard scoring toss from Hudson to Alfred Dorsey and a 1-yard plunge by Butch Daigle. Southwest Texas got both of its touchdowns in the final six minutes of play, both on passes from David Haass to Courtney l,ane, a 37-yard scoring completion with 5:58 left in the game and a 59-yard touchdown pass on the same play with 2:54 left in the game.Austin College 26, McMurry 23 ABILENE — Austin College fumbled and recovered the lead four times before a David Goss field goal finally defeated McMurry College. McMurry, 0-8, controlled the first quarter with a field goal and a 46-yard touchdown pass. But Austin, 6-2, recouped with a Goss field goal, a two- yard touchdown run and a successful kick.Florida St. 20, N. Carolina 10 CHAPEL HILL, N C. — Derek Schmidt kicked a 54-yard field goal with 2:17 left and Martin Mayhew’s 62-yard interception return for a score led error-prone Florida State to a victory over North Carolina.Notre Dame 37, Southern Cal 3 SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Allen Pinkett rushed for HO yards and one touchdown and John Carney booted three field goals, leading Notre Dame over Southern Cal.Navy 21, Pittsburgh 7 ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Napoleon McCailum rushed for two short-yardage touchdowns and quarterback Bill Byrne, after a fake to McCailum, ran untouched into the end zone for a third as Navy defeated Pittsburgh. Lakers fly past San Antonio Spurs in OT SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Kareem Abdul Jabbar, starting his record 17th NBA season, scored the Ix>s Angeles Inkers’ first basket and then led a late rally to edge the San Antonio Spurs 121-116 in double overtime Saturday night. Abdul Jabbar, who finished with 20 points, scored on one of his patented skyhooks, then again on a slam dunk rn the overtime periods. He also made two assists in the second overtime when the Spurs defense was collapsing on him. San Antonio, led by forward Mike Mitchell’s '23 points, missed several chances to put the game away late in the fourth quarter and in the first overtime period Alvin Robertson missed one of two free throws with 39 seconds left and then shot an air ball on San Antonio’s last possession. In overtime, center Artis Gilmore nussed four con NBA Dallas ............. I Houston............. I San Antonio O — OO I OOO VE I OOO IE OOO I VE By Th* Associated Press Utah 0 I OOO IVE I ASTERN CONFERENCE Sacramento 0 2 OOO 2 Atlantic Division Pacific Division W I Pct GB L A Clippers I 0 I OOO Philadelphia I 0 I OOO Portland 1 0 I OOO Washington I 0 I OOO L A Lakers I 0 I OOO Boston .............. I I 500 VE Golden State 0 I OOO I New Jersey 1 1 500 VE Phoenm.............0 I OOO I New York 0 I OOO I Seattle ..............0 I OOO I Central Division Saturdays Games Chicago ............ 2 0 I OOO Philadelphia 99 New York 89 Indiana ..... t 0 I OOO VE Indiana 119. New Jersey 92 Detroit ............ I 1 500 I Boston 105 Cleveland IOO Milwaukee I I 500 1 Dallas 101. Seattle 95 Atlanta ..... ..... 0 2 OOO 2 Chicago 121. Detroit 118 Cleveland............. 0 2 OOO 2 L A Lakers 121, San Antonio 116 (OTI WESTERN CONFERENCE Milwaukee 117, Atlanta 91 Midwest Oivision Denver 123. Sacramento 112 Denver 2 0 I OOO Houston at L A Clippers In) secutive free throws before fouling out. I ais Angeles was led in scoring by James Worthy with 24 points and guard Byron Scott with 23 Spurs guard Wes Matthews, acquired just 12 days ago, looked to be the hero early in the first overtime when he scored two baskets and made a key steal. But in the second overtime, he committed two costly turnovers, then missed a free throw.Mavericks 101 Supersonics 95 DALI JVS — Jay Vincent scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half to lift the Dallas Mavericks over the Seattle Supersonics. Mark Aguirre added 22 points and Sam Perkins contributed 13 points as Dallas spoiled the Supersonic head coaching debut of Bernie Bickerstaff. Tom Chambers led the Supersonics with 26 points and guard Ricky Sobers poured in 19 points. The game marked the NBA debuts of Dallas’ Detlef Schrempf, a first round draft pick who scored seven points and Seattle’s first round choice Xavier McDaniel, who had 16 points. Bears, Rams shooting to beat 51-year odds By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Chicago Bears overpower people. The I ais Angeles Rams just win Together, they’ll be trying today to do something that hasn’t been done in the National Football league for 51 years. Not since 1934, when the Bears and Detroit Lions did it, have two NFL teams started the season with eight straight wins. It will happen again if the Rams beat the San Francisco 49ers and the Bears beat the Minnesota Vikings, and it will also mean that two division races are effectively over at the midway point of the NFL season. The game in Anaheim is the latest in a series that could also be called “The 49ers’ Last Stand.” The defending Super Bowl champions, 18-1 last year, have lost two straight to fall to 3-4. They could drop five games behind the Rams in the Nf C West "nd would then be in trouble, even for a wild-card playoff berth. The Rams, meanwhile, can afford a loss. But they'd like to win tins one to quiet the critics who contend their 7-0 record is built on lucky wins over second-rate teams. Ifs been that way all year — the Rams don’t overwhelm people but they win. The Bears, on the other hand, do overwhelm people. Most recently, it was the Green Bay Packers, 23-7 Monday night, rn a game highlighted by the use of 325-pound defensive tackle William Perry at fullback in goal-line situations. In other games Sunday, Atlanta is at Dallas, Buffalo at Philadelphia; Denver at Kansas City; Green Bay at Indianapolis; Houston at St. Louis; Miami at Detroit; New England at Tampa Bay; Seattle at the New York Jets; Washington at Cleveland; Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, and the New York Giants ut New Orleans at 4 p.m. EST. NFL By The Associated Prees AMERICAN CONFERENCE East WLT Pct PF PA Miami . 5 2 0 714 186 146 N Y Jets 5 2 0 714 166 104 New England 4 3 0 571 124 129 Indianapolis 2 5 0 28b 118 IM Buffalo ...... . . I 6 0 143 87 172 Central Cleveland . . 4 3 0 571 134 108 Pittsburgh 3 4 0 429 152 118 Cincinnati 2 5 0 286 211 240 Houston 2 6 0 286 119 155 West Denver .... . 5 2 0 714 179 141 L A Raiders . 5 2 0 714 159 133 Seattle ..... . 4 3 0 571 174 182 Kansas City . 3 4 0 429 141 151 San Diego . 3 4 0 429 169 187 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East Dallas........ 5 2 0 714 173 115 N Y Giants 4 3 0 671 160 118 Philadelphia .. . . 3 4 0 429 102 104 St Louis . 3 4 0 429 156 186 Washington . 3 4 0 429 100 151 Cantril Chicago...... . . 7 0 0 I OOO 212 105 Detroit ...... . . 4 3 0 571 126 159 Minnesota . . 4 3 0 571 158 140 Green Bay . . 3 4 0 429 144 163 Tampa Bay 0 7 0 OOO 150 218 West L A Rams 7 0 0 I OOO 149 89 New Orleans . .. 3 4 0 429 150 186 San Francisco .. 3 4 0 429 176 140 Atlanta I 6 0 .143 161 216 Top 10 1Iowa 49, Northwestern 10 EVANSTON, 111. (AP) - Chuck Long tied a Big Ten record by firing six touchdown strikes, three to Bill Happel and a fourth covering 89 yards to Robert Smith, as No. I Iowa steamrolled Northwestern 49-10 Saturday. Long, who entered the game ranked as the second-best career passer in the Big Ten and 12th in NCAA history, finished the day with 19 completions in 26 attempts for 399 yards. He was intercepted once. The Hawkeyes upped their record to 7-6 overall and 4-0 in the conference. 2Florida 35, Virginia Tech 18 GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Tailback Neal Anderson ran 13 yards for one touchdown and passed 46 yards to Frankie Neal for another as second-ranked Florida defeated Virginia Tech 35-18 to extend college football’s longest unbeaten streak to 17 games. Kerwin Bell, the nation’s passing efficiency leader, also threw two second-half TD passes and fullback John L. Williams ran for 140 of his 153 yards after intermission to pace the victory before a crowd of 70,119. 3 4Penn St. 27, West Virginia 0 STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - Tailback D.J. Dozier ran for 125 yards and a touchdown while quarterback John Shaffer passed to split end Ray Roundtree for a pair of scores as unbeaten, third-ranked Penn State beat West Virginia. The victory was the seventh of the season for Penn State’s Nittany Lions, who joined Notre Dame, Michigan, Alabama and Texas as the only teams in college football history to win 600 or more games. Dozier, finally rounding into form after a season-long bout with a hamstring injury, carried 17 times as he gained IOO or more yards for the ninth time in his career. He became the 10th back in Penn State history to gain 2,000 or more career yards, with 2,081.Michigan 42, Indiana 15 ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan tailback Jamie Morris rushed for 179 yards and two touchdowns as the fourth-ranked Wolverines overcame a pair of early turnovers for a Big Ten victory over Indiana. Michigan, sluggish after its heartbreaking defeat at Iowa a week earlier, improved its record to 6-1 for the season, 3-1 in conference play. Indiana, after winning its first four, slipped to 4-3 overall and 1-3 in the Big Ten.Nebraska 17, Colorado 7 LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Tom Bathman raced 84 yards for the go-ahead touchdown late in the third quarter to boost fifth-ranked Nebraska to a Big Eight Conference victory over Colorado. Rathman rushed for 115 yards on ll carries for the day as he produced Nebraska’s longest scoring run of the season with 23 seconds left in the third period. I-back Doug DuBose rushed for 125 yards on 26 tries and scored the Cornhuskers’ first touchdown, a one-yard run in the second quarter.Auburn 21, Mississippi 9 AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Bo Jackson ran for 169 yards and two touchdowns, including a 22-yard scoring dash that put Auburn ahead after trailing 6-0, as the sixth-ranked Tigers defeated Mississippi State. 5 6UTEP23, Brigham Young 16 EL PASO (AP) — Defensive back Danny Taylor intercepted a Robbie Bosco pass in Texas-El Paso's own end zone and raced IOO yards for a touchdown to put the Miners on top for good in a stunning upset of defending national champion and seventh-ranked Brigham Young. The Western Athletic Conference win was the first of the season for Texas-EI Paso in seven outings, four of which were league games. UTEP had one of the worst records among major colleges in recent history, having won only 14 of 121 games in the last ll years including this season. 7Air Force 37, Utah 15 AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) - Fullback Johnny Smith rushed for 175 yards and a touchdown, halfback Kelly Pittman added 115 yards and scored three times, and Scott Thomas returned a kickoff IOO yards for another tally as No. 8 Air Force whipped Utah in a Western Athletic Conference game. 8Ohio State 23, Minnesota 19 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Freshman tailback Vince Workman, playing in place of injured All-American Keith Byars, ran 16 yards for a touchdown with IO 36 to play as ninth-ranked Ohio State rallied for a Big Ten victory over 20th-ranked Minnesota.Oklahoma 59, Iowa St. 14 NORMAN, Okla. (ZP) — Freshman quarterbacks Jamelle Holieway and Erie Mitchel guided Oklahoma to a1 season-high 643 yards of offense as the lOth-ranked Sooners rolled over Iowa State in a Big Eight Conference game. Holieway, starting in place of the injured Troy Aikman, ran the wishbone superbly as the Sooners scored on five of their six first-half possessions. 9 10We Now Offer A Complete Home Improvement Service In:•Roofing •Remodeling • Room Additions Ask about our Discount on a composition shingle roof.HALLMARK ROOFING f CONSTRUCTIONCALL for FREE ESTIMATES & EVALUATION 629-2065 or if no answer 625-4655 ► ;

  • Abdul Jabbar
  • Alfred Dorsey
  • Alvin Robertson
  • Ann Arbor
  • Anthony Toney
  • Antonio Brinkley
  • Artis Gilmore
  • Bernie Bickerstaff
  • Bill Byrne
  • Bill Happel
  • Bo Jackson
  • Bobby Joe Edmonds
  • Bret Stafford
  • Butch Daigle
  • Byron Scott
  • Charles Perry
  • Chuck Long
  • Coby Morrison
  • Cody Carlson
  • Courtney L
  • D.J. Dozier
  • Danny Taylor
  • Darnell Chase
  • David Goss
  • David Haass
  • David Rascoe
  • Derek Schmidt
  • Detlef Schrempf
  • Domingo Bryant
  • Don King
  • Doug Dubose
  • Doug Hudson
  • Erie Mitchel
  • Frankie Neal
  • Greg Thomas
  • Horace Ates
  • Jack Hurd
  • Jamelle Holieway
  • James Hamrick
  • James Shibest
  • James Worthy
  • Jamie Morris
  • Jay Vincent
  • Jeff Ward
  • Jeffrey Jacobs
  • John Carney
  • John Fuquay
  • John L. Williams
  • John Shaffer
  • Johnny Smith
  • Kareem Abdul Jabbar
  • Keith Byars
  • Kelly Pittman
  • Kerwin Bell
  • Kevin Murray
  • Mark Aguirre
  • Mark Calcagni
  • Martin Mayhew
  • Mike Mitchell
  • Napoleon Mccailum
  • Neal Anderson
  • Nuevo Iieon
  • Nuevo Leon
  • Oscar Smith
  • Quentis Roper
  • Ray Roundtree
  • Reggie Dupard
  • Richard Miller
  • Ricky Sobers
  • Robbie Bosco
  • Robert Smith
  • Roger Vick
  • Russell Hays
  • Sam Perkins
  • Scott Thomas
  • Shea Walker
  • Terry Syler
  • Tom Bathman
  • Tom Chambers
  • Tom Muecke
  • Troy Aikman
  • Vince Workman
  • Wade Klare
  • Wes Matthews
  • William Perry
  • Xavier Mcdaniel

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 27, 1985

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