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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New texaS August SWC coaches looking forward to new start this season DALLAS AP The Southwest Conference has ils lowest point in lo but Baylor Coach Grant Teaff says the problems have spurred a camaraderie among the conferences nine About people gathered in the HyaH Regency Hotel Friday for the annual SWC football kickoff luncheon and to honor the HW7 UTKSWC Academic Honor Three foot ball players from each loam were honored on the academic and two oilier top players from each SWC team also were After talks of tradition and com Teaff analyzed the good thai lias come1 of the scandals and NCAA Investigations that have plagued the The last two or three without were the low point of my i0 years of in terms of negative ill will festering all Teaff But in six months 1 noticed it after football season really I have begun to sense a very positive feeling about a lot of Teal This group of coaches has a uni que camaraderie and closeness unlike any Ive ever Its a feel ing I havent felt in the Southwest in many Kach coach showed a minute video video highlight film on his schools football season and then spoke briefly about bis prospects for We accomplished everything we wanted to during the We have a lot ol young players return said Ken whose Arkansas are preseason lavoriles to win the conference and represent the SWC in Hie Cotton The worst thing that can happen to a team like this is These guys know theyre we should battle for the Hatfield Teaff Last we fired some of the best shots weve ever Now we have a lot of empty cartridges lying Weve gol to get them ready tor the next so the order of the day is to then get ready to Teaff Our big change will be at We have had lot four years consistently great play from Tom Muecke and Cody Were going into an era now where well be with inexperienced and thats hoth interesting and Jack in his lirsl year head coach at Houston alter several years of coaching in the pro said college football is rclivshinti Ive been in football all my but Ive never had as much lun as Ive had the last lew months said who is shelving the Houston veer offense and replacing it with a prostyle Kun and Shoot ol tense Our players arc and their enthusiasm has nibbed oil on the coaching stall Uere looking lor wanl to the start ol the Pardeesaid uho had a I 7 record last year in his tirsl campaign as head coach at Kictv said he liels more confident going into this season Not only do I know all the players and their but finally all the players know my he We have a renewed renew ed excitement on our 1 feel very much that our players will be a force to be reckoned Hermit said I think teams that dont take us seriously may be surprised Texas coach Jackie after two consecutive appearances in the Cotton said his team doesnt have to prove itself but said the conference race should be wide especially since Aggie quarterback Kevin Murray gave up his senior year to go into professional Sherrill praised Craig who backed Up and said the ques tion he Is asked by sportswrilers is whether freshman sensation Lance Pavlos will take over now that Mur ray is If Lance Pavlos becomes our starting then we will win a lot of because this man here Slump is a great quarterback I dont think Lance will beat Stump but if he does well be back in the Cotton can teli you Sherrill Texas coach David a longtime assistant who coached Texas Tech last year and then was hired to return to LIT as head said he will run the same offense at Texas that he did with the Red things are not going to be much and the running game will be the same as the last two or three The dif ference will be the emphasis OH the even though Texas threw the ball a great deal last McWilliams Were going out with the idea of starting out the game throwing the ball and forcing the other team to have to stop our throwing game which we think if we do well itll open up our running he As opposed to going out and running the ball and then starting to Texas Christian coach Jim who went from riches to rags after booting seven players off the teams for recruiting said hes looking forward to this when several of the Frogs very best players will be back after rodshirling last when TCU were on We faced as much adversity the past two seasons as Ive ever heard Wacker Its time to put all the garbage from the last couple of years behind move on and start winning Its important the football program at TCU gets pointed Performance Proven in Americas Hottest Climate Friedrich High Efficiency RQQM AIR CONOITIONiRS Quality built for years of dependable Whisperquiet Costs you less to Us put tugcthci Friedriclt GUADACOMA 025 2120 SIDING EAVES OVERHANG COVERED DOORS WINDOWS ALUMINUM OVERHANG COVERING ALUMINUM WINDOWS SHUTTERS STORM WINDOWS VINYL ALUMINUM INSULATION SIDING HOLMSTROM SIDING CALL 6254212 TOP QUALITY PRODUCTS FREE ESTIMATES TRAINED WORKMEN Look Cream of the crop Skylark Beige 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New Braunfels National Little League this Thats Entertainment Cotnal Flower Shot Gastons Hair Skin Care Center M M Jewelers New National Bank Krogcrs Eckci rds Opasllaus Dick Koegle Insurance Winns Store 1 Winns Store 2 Umda Pharmacy Kentucky Fried Chicken Cotiuil Bowl M Bank McDonalds Pizza Hut Landa Station Restaurant New Braunfels Smoke House Umas Sausage Hails Schlitterbalin Texas Commerce Bank Lowes New Braunfels Furniture Mattress Comal Saddlery Western Wear Jewelers Nicks Sporting Larks Fnniiluro TSU Tri Counts Office KMart Coleman Compam First Federal Savings I Ott Plumbing Huse Korpi The Atliletic Club National Bank National Video Carlton Foods Rodgers Musir oinpaiiv Video Physical Therapy ljnliiinlel Olrnos Construction Ingram HeadyMix Parker Brothers M Services Breakfast Moris Club TriCounly Signs Optismisl Club Crcnwelge Plumbing Glenn Hilzfelder Builders New Braunfels Candy Company New Braunfels Travel Ernestos Designs Doeppcnschmidts Funeral Hume Doug Webb Insurance Agency Sikes Electric San Antonio Savings Assoc Mabry Enterprises Panleras Pizza Knights of Columbus Arbys Roast Beef Restaurants City Pharmacy Wendell Sons Walnut Pharmacy Duckys TSbirl Shop Clear Springs Cafe Churchs Fried Chicken The Blinders Ixinda Coiffures Balloon Works Pats Place Cioldens Ranch House KBobsof New Braunfels Ltd The Picture Show Bettys Taeo Bell Fireside Inn Figure World Flowers By Sharon New Braunfels Juweliers Kraiises ale Iesl I One ol the HeraldZeitung s most read our annual lootbali magazine will be hitting the stands at the end ol August This our annual peek into high school football will include complete h reports on the three local teams New Braunfels and Smithson Valley including schedules features and Football 1987 will also include expanded reports on the other six Distnctl34A teams as well as the nondistnct opponents of the Unicorns and Cougars Because each weeks opponent is broken X and put into capsule format lor easy reference it will be something that tans parents and players can keep all season No matter what team youre rooting for Football 1987 will help you get a on the season and be more informed as the year Appearing Sunday 30 Our representatives are If we miss and you re interested in Please Deadline HeraldZeitung 6259144 6253451 SPEED LIMIT KNOW YOUR Maximum legal speed for commercial buses and light trucks in rural zones of liJttraiatf designated highways only SPEED LIMIT 55 Flfl Still the maximum legal speed permitted in most highway tq yoyr safety A courteous remindet Ironi the OPS   

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