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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Tides win muddies Bowl picture November Page 11A When Bear Bryant told the various bowls to they usually How high Alabama Is still directing the bowl but not the way the Bear used to do What Alabama did was beat LSU on Saturday probably costing the Tigers the Southeastern Conference championship and a trip to the Sugar The domino affect has been felt by numerous other Had LSU defeated the Tigers could have gone to the Sugar Bowl by beating alsoran Mississippi State this The other bowls then could have made their pilches to Georgia and the SEC race Is wide with Auburn leading at 301 and Georgia and LSU In contention at also will go perhaps the Hall of Fame Bowl at If the Crimson Tide beats Notre Dame on Satur day or If the Irish lose to Penn State on 21 It would destroy the Orange Bowls dream of making a deal for the winner of the 28 Miami Notre Dame game to play the Oklahoma Nebraska This much Is fairly certain thirdranked 4 Florida sixthranked 7 Notre Dame and the Oklahoma Nebraska loser will fill the five upforgrab spots in the Cotton and Fiesta The question is where and it would be smart for Syracuse not to lose either of its two remaining Last the 1ranked wound up playing and losing to 2 Penn State In the Fiesta Bowl for the national This the Orange Bowl has the upper Miami may insist It wont make a but the OklahomaNebraska the Orange Bowls host will be ranked 1 and Miamis best shot at the national championship would be a headtohead The who almost surely will be 90 on even have a game left on 5 against 14 South Syracuse appeared to be headed for the Sugar Bowl to face the SEC champion until both LSU and Auburn lost last weekend and dropped from fifth and In the Associated Press poll to loth and The Orangemen might wind up In the Fiesta Bowl against Florida State or the OklahomaNebraska both of which will be ranked above the SEC The Cotton Bowls host team will barely be in the Top Twenty and Notre Dames magical name will guarantee good TV Gold Stars fall to N EYSO Vantage Hungry for the San An tonio 76 NEYSO Vantage tasted sweet revenge with a 20 soccer win over the MidCities Gold Stars on The Stars started but soon dropped Into a defensive they held Vantage scoreless until late in the first Scoreboard when a momentary letdown allowed a San Antonio The second half was no more than a repeat of the As time ran so did the Stars Disorganization gave Vantage the Passing skills were positions wide open and aggressive attacks said Stars Coach Daniel New Braunfels goalie Ryan Rogers challenged with his usual but a second goal occured when the ball flashed just above his Denton Scott of New Joe Fisher of Jessie Wood ward of Canyon Lake and San Mar cos Patrick Luna struggled to gain earning them the title of Outstanding Players of the San Antonios Panthers will test the MidCities team at 3 Satur day at Field On the air WEDNESDAY 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Frederic fciburg idle ENOOF DISTRICT SCHEDULE Football statistics NEW BRAUNFELS Ttam Scoring Score bv Braunlelt SI Team Statistics first by DAM by run by penalty 71 J it II J II NB 108 23 77 S Passes PuoU 47J76 141 Opp 106 15 M 7 752 6117212 42357 FumblesLost 2316 2410 PenaltiesYards 69584 Individual statistics RUSHING Playtr No Yds Avg R Walker 89 660 74 Amador 103 525 51 Carrtlto 43 133 31 Garcia 29 92 32 Hani 28 78 27 Bryan 14 49 35 Aleman i 4 40 Gaira 1 3 30 Slmmonds 8 o o o Holland 1 14 00 Schneider 20 39 00 Totals 337 uti PASSING PHyer Att Com Schneider 76 22 Stmmonds 8 5 Totals 24 RECEIVING Player No Holland 10 CasUlleJa 8 Siurez 4 Bryan 2 Booth 1 Herman I R Walker 1 Totals 17 SCORING Kuehler R Walker Bran Amador Gamllo Hani CaiUUeja Holland Suarct Soell Totals Ham recorded a safety CANYON Scoring Canyon 11 17 Jl ij fi OpCOfttlttS II I J4 1 Team Statistics CHS Opp First downs US 121 by pais 28 18 by run ao w by penalty 11 4 Rushes Yards 3481449 JTJ 1999 Passing yards 628 723 Parses M 138 39868 PunU 34 28 6 36 34 4 FumblesLost 2412 Penalties Yards 45381 61596 individual statistics RUSHING Player NO Yds Avg Austin 103 539 52 Wilson 85 471 55 Mulhollan 91 381 42 Summers 58 40 07 VUlanueva 3 14 3 9 30 Smallwood 1 3 30 Benavldes 2 0 00 McBnde 1 2 00 Jonas 1 oo TOlalS 141 1441 PASSING Playtr Att Com Yds Summers 123 S2 606 Austin 5 2 23 Jonas looo Totals m M til i RECEIVING Plaw NO Yrd Avg Wllkes iiw to Wilson Jonas Smallwood Austin Lopez Mulhollan Brown Benavldes Summers Totals SCORING Player Wilson Austin Jonas Rex Summers Totals 8 9 7 4 2 2 2 1 1 108 101 78 34 36 23 12 50 3 TDFG7P PAT 6 5 1 0 1 13 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Tot 36 32 8 9 6 21 77 41 77 141 2 TO 5 5 0 i o 0 0 0 0 o U TOInt 1 7 0 1 TD n SMITHSON VALLEY Team Scoring Score by quarters Smithsofl Valley 0 Opponents 34 Team Statistics First downs bypass by run by penalty RushesYards Passing yards Passes Punts Fum biesLost Penal tiesYards Individual statistics RUSHING Player Yrds TO Echt 93 377 413 Anthony 61 2S5 421 Henshaw 52 247 484 Smith 44 228 52 0 Harmon 17 74 44 0 Dowe 24 66 280 Maywald 4 11 280 Richardson 1 8800 Hodges 1 1 0 Deiley 1 1 0 Massey 26 26 0 Totals 3J4 IJ40 I PASSING Player Att Com Yds TO Int Massey 87 30 429 1 16 Maywald 18 6 135 1 2 Young 13 1 14 0 3 ToUls ill 37 21 RECEIVING Player No Yrd Avg TO Kichardson 11 157 143 1 Reece 4 86 215 0 Henshaw 4 77 193 1 Burdln 4 63 0 Hodges 4 57 143 0 Dowe 3 71 237 0 Anthony 2 29 0 Echt 26 000 Stanley 1 25 250 0 Young 1 18 180 0 Harmon 1 1 10 0 Totals 17 SCORING Playtr TDFG JP PAT Tot Henshaw 6 0 0 0 36 Echt 3000 18 Stanley 0106 9 Anthony 1000 6 Richardson 1 0 o o 6 Maywald 0010 2 Totals nil 77 NFL leaders NFL Individual By Tht AsMCUttd Prtss AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE Quarterbacks Atl Com TO I 177 m 1316 15 4 6258041 STORES Big Warehouse Store To Serve You 330 Landa Street Super Store With Super Buys We Reserve Umtt Rights 1946 Super Specials i thru 18 IHSTOF Straight Whiskey PriviUWtoW 1299 Jta fcw Anclnit Ap SO1 1299 WMTurttf 101 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together since Walker was signed In Walker may start at tailback for the Cowboys against New England on Sunday instead of wide receiver where he began the game last Herschel could possibly start against New but it would depend on what formation we are Landry Both Herschel and Tony will Walker started at wide receiver and Dorsett at tailback In a 2717 loss to Detroit on Walker also played half the game at Both players are unhappy with the way they are being Walker said he doesnt unders tand his role and Dorsett said Landry needs to settle on one running back to deliver the I have to do whats best for the team and its only natural that every runner wants to be the 1 Landry But we have to use the talent we Landry denied that who has rushed 3 and 24 yards in his last two has lost a Tony is not a strong back like Herschel and has to explode to Herschel can break tackles to get his yards but Tony isnt that Landry I think we will get our running game We are running a dif ferent type offense this year with zone We are not in a and it can make a back look Landry said he doesnt think the Cowboys are an effective running team with Walker at fullback and Dorsett at If Herschel is at then we are utilizing his pass receiving Landry We need a stronger blocker In the I forma tion for the Hes not the type of blocker who makes the I forma tion Tlmmy Newsome played fullback against the Lions with both Dorsett and Walker at Landry reiterated that he would pull White if he thought the team was playing well and the quarter back If the quarterback is the only one playing poorly then you make a Landry Danny White has a lot of courage and is tough But I will make a change in a game if I dont see him throw Landry said backup quarter back Steve Pelluer has looked sharp in Steve looks better than this Landry Im anx ious to see what he can But I think White can still win football games for Landry has undergone a heavy round of criticism for his limited use of Walker and Dorsett and staying 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