New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 6, 1987, Page 28

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December 06, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Tim Brown wins 1987 Heisman Scoreboard NEW YORK I API - Tim Brown of Notre Dame won the 1987 Heisman Trophy Saturday as voters remembered his earlier play rather than subpar performances in his last two games A front-runner for the Heisman since the season began. Brown's chances appeared to dim when he dropped three passes in Notre Dame s 24-0 loss to Miami a week ago It happened and it's over and done with.'' Brown said of his subpar play, which also saw him gain just 14 yards on three punt returns, including one where he was dropped for a 2-yard loss. “I’ve had too many good days to let one bad dav pull me down.** In a loss to Penn State. Brown w as held to minus 4 yards in four carries, gained only 29 yards on four receptions and 7-yards on a punt return Notre Dame Coach Lou Holtz disclosed this past week that Brown played the final five weeks of the season with a dislocated shoulder "We didn t want to say much about it for obvious reasons." Holtz said "He suffered a slight separa tion in the sixth game of the year We think he w ill be much better by the Cotton Bowl" Jan. I when the Irish take on Texas AAM Timmy took a pounding He also played w ith a broken ring finger." Holtz said Brown is only the second player w ho is primari ly a flanker and kick returner to win the Heisman the first was Nebraska slotback Johnny Rodgers in 1972 and that has caused some controversy. "I thought the Heisman was supposed to go to someone who dominated his position." Heyward said, "not someone who runs all over the field playing hide and seek." Craig Heyward was the only junior of the five players invited to Saturday's annoucement He was the second-leading rusher in the nation, car rying 357 times for 1.655 yards He became the seventh player in NCAA history to run for more than HK) yards in every game of an ll game schedule and scored 13 of Pittsburgh’s 25 touchdowns "Brown reminds me of a big Johnny Rodgers. " says (HI Brandt. Dallas Cowboys’ personnel chief "He ll probably be the first or second guy taken in the (NFL) draft ’’ He is the seventh player from Notre Dame to bt* honored, but the first in 23 years The other Notre Dame Heisman winners were angelo Bertelli in 1943. Johnny Lujack in 1947. l,eon Hart in 1949, John Lathier in 1953. Paul Hornung in 1956 and John Huarte in 1964 Although Brow n didn t duplicate his junior year he did gain 1,843 all purpose yards On plays from the line of scrimmage, he averaged nearly 14 yards every time he touched the ball Purdue Coach Fred Akers said stopping Brown "is like trying to grab hold of a piece of electric! ty." He tied an NCAA record when he returned punts 71 and 66 yards for touchdowns against Michigan State in September In his final home game, against Alabama. Brown touched the ball 14 times for 225 yards four receptions for 114 yards the became Notre Dame's career leader in reception yardage with 2,371'. six punt returns for 57. two kickoff returns for 47 and two rushes for seven Net his biggest value to his Notre Dame this season may have been psychological "Week after week Tim Brown does things that just amaze me. with and without the football," Holtz said. "The attention defenses pay to him dictates so much of what we do offensively "They had to prepare for me on defense special teams and everything else." Brown said of Notre Dame's opponents "People kicking the ball to the 45-yard line and giving us that kind of field posi tion lf I wasn't there they wouldn t In* doing thatOn the air SUNDAY ll Kl a rn Tennis Nabisco Masters KS FN Noon    I’m football    Houston at San Diego KMOL Noon Pm football Dallas at Atlanta HK NS I p in    Pm football    New bogland at Denver or Buffalo at lx)s Angeles KMOL 7 p rn    Pro football    Chicago at Min nesota ESPNLocal sports 5 6 0 455 252 295 5 6 0 455 271 275 3 8 0 273 193 248 9 2 0 HIH 99 I WI 7 4 0 KW *1 248 4 6 I 4*19 193 214 4 "J 0 364 rn 241 2 9 0 182 189 307 9 2 0 818 312 234 8 3 0 727 280 191 4 7 0 164 226 268 2 n 0 182 164 328 at at Hurricanes fend off S. Carolina MIAMI Apl Holder Jeff Feagles ran 24 yards on a fake field goal to set up Melvin Brat ton s four-yard go-ahead touchdown run in the se cond period, and second-ranked Miami held off No 8 South Carolina 2U-16 Saturday night setting up a national championship showdown with Oklahoma rn the Orange Bowl Steve Walsh, the successor to 1986 Heisman Trophy winner N inny Testaverde threw his 18th and 19th touchdow n passes of the season. 46 yards to Michael Irvin in the first period and 56 to Brian Blades in the third quarter The Hurricanes became the fourth team to put together consecutive 11-0 regular seasons since the NCAA went to an lith game in 1970 The) will meet No I ranked Oklahoma, als*) 11-0, in the Orange Bow I on New \ ear s night The game was the finale to college football s regular season South Carolina h (after having a six game winning streak ■mapped will play USI in the(lator Bowl In stretching its regular season winning streak to ll games Miami had to come from behind tw ice m the first half the first time on Walsh's scoring pass to Irvin South Carolina took a 6-o lead I**"" than 6 minutes into the game on field goals of to and 18 yards by Collin blackie who added a 28 yarder **arlv in the fourth quarter The Gamecocks took a 13-7 lead five minutes in to the second period when Sterling Sharpe turned a short pass from Todd Kills into a 47 > and scoring play On the first play after the kickoff I re rn caught a short pass from Walsh and raced 42 yards to the Carolina 36 After three plays netted six yards Cox lined up for an apparent 47 yard field goal trv But Feagles took the hall through the left side for 24 y ante A penalty put the ball at the ’< and after w atren Williams lost a yard Bratton circled right end to score At 5 21 of the third period Blades caught Walsh s pass at the South Carolina 7* and made it 20-13 Cox's extra point was blocked Army 17, Navy 3 PHILADELPHIA XI* Bit Rambusch kicked a 40-yard field goal in the fir"! quarter and \ndy Peterson and Tory Crawford ran tot tourtl quarter touchdowns as \ mn downed N aw 1, tm the 88th renew al of their "**rv ice academy rn airy The victory before a sellout crowd of 68 "no <*.»> the ('adits third In the last four years and narrow ed Navy s lead in the series toll 4o 7 The Middies were hurt I**"" than two hours before game time when starting centet Matt Felt and guard Joe Brennan were told they could not play because of administrative action not related to football Army scored in the first quarter when Crawford a senior quarterback, levi the Cadets wishbone attack (rom their IO to a first down at the Navv 26 But the Middies held and Rambusch kicked a 40-y aid field goal tor a * <» lead Army >-6 dominated pl.iv but was unabl* to score again until Peterson capped .« 14 play hi yard drive all on the ground with a I yard sweep into the end zone early in th** final period for a lo o lead Peterson gained 12 yartte on four carries while Mike May weather who gained 119 yards on 2H carries for the day picked up 25 on four ai tempts Navy 2 9 wbos** deepest penetration through the first throe quarter--was to the \rmv c then moved from its 6 to a fit st down at the * adet" 22 But on fourth and I at the Army 13 Bm- Middle" settled for a ■ yard field goal bv list I und*Hik,e with 5 OI left in the game ! he Middies comeback hope" Heir ended wh< n Army took the kl* Roff and drove **4 sards on I plays capped by ‘ rawford s 7 yard storing run with ta seconds left Th** key play* wert a 14 yard run by Ben Barnett to the Navy w and an ll vard gam bv Mav weather to the 8 TUESDAY * .to p m Girls basketball Nev* Braunfels J\ varsity at Austin Travis 1 pm Bons basketball Clemens al Smithson \ alley 9th JV v arsity 5pm Girls basketball Smithson V alley 9th .IV xarsitv al Clemens 5 to p rn Girls basketball Canyon 9th varsity at Lockhart 6pm Boys basketball Lockhart 9th JV varsity at Canyon 6pm Boys basketball beguin al New BraunfelsJ\ varsilv THUM SOA Y SATURDAY Hoy" basketball    New    Braunfels Alamo Height s tournament Girls basketball smiths.^ Valley Marble Falls tournament friday 6 pm    Boys    basketball Texas Military Institute at ( any on JA varsity FRIDAY SATURDAY Girl" basketball Cam on al Hays tour na men! Girl" basketball    New    Biaunfei"    at Boerne tournament saturday * * > p Mi Boy" tiaskctbal) smiths**' Valley varsity Texas Military 111"! it ut* ai san Antonio < ort vent ton < enieiDistrict 13-4A District basketball "tafxdmex GIRLS Team    a    I Boerne Feeder!* sd urg I tv X    I    i Hays las kh.irt New I*' .tun!*-'" 1 lenten" Cam on Smiihson V aile* T im ■ da , % Genii > GB Philadelphia St I amis N Y Giants Centi a* y Chicago Minnesota Green Bay Tampa Bay Detroit west San Francisco New Orleans L A Hams Atlanta y clinched playoff berth Sunday s Games Atlanta at Dallas Indianapolis at Cleveland Kansas City al Cincinnati lavs Angelo" Hams at Ikdroit Philadelphia al New N ork Giants san Diego at Houston San FranciM-o at Green Bav Seattle at Pittsburgh Washington at St Louis Buffalo at los Angeles Raiders New Kngland at Denver Tampa Bas at Xew Orleans Chn ago at Minnesota Monday s Game New \ ork Jc s at vt mu Hiqh school football By The Associated Press Here are results 01 SatiHM.iv s hig s. boul playoff football game" in Tex a" CL ASS SA QUARTF RF (NAI S odessa Permian g Arlington > if mian adv a ne es on hr"t down" 22 Al Piano 74 t ,pty-s" T airt ank" 21 Houston Stratford I Aldine Ma* Arthi It Willow ridge >4 s V * hurt hill 12 CLASS 4 A QU Awn WI ISAIS Sweets*atef * * .dixon I* W»*"I Gl ut -"tai* - West < Ilium! ta Ct ASS JA QUART! 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AM T * Mf INALS Bremond 13 Halo* *14 College scores Saturday s C *-9* Bash»tb«i Sc a- «• Bi Thy Associated •’fro I AST Georgetown ti VMI* Holy * r<»"- - At .int-, att a* w < 01 khan fh.vs. New HNFL Burn 5 Pres' ■ aunt* al Vt SOUTH Mat a I u>r I-1 vt ’ ad»*t f*4 Men r T Pc* Pf PA Spurs down Bulls, despite Jordan s 40 SAN ANTONIO AP Guard Johnny Dawkins scored 2f> points as the San Antonio Spurs beat the Cen tral Division-leading Chicago Bulls I lo 101 in NBA action Saturdav The Bulls Michael Jordan who was averaging a league (ugh 12 I points scored 40 points, including a 14 point effort in the fourth period The Spurs led by lo points most of the third quarter, but the Bulls pulled to within I 77 76 at the start of the final period The Spurs regained a ‘*1 hi lead with 6 lo remaining, but within the next three minutes Jordan scored eight points to bring the Bulls to within five 98-94, with 2 44 remain mg l h** Bulls Dave Cor/me hit a layup with I 55 remaining to bring Chicago within four. 101-97 but that s the closest the Bulls got In the final minute, the Spurs Frank Brickowski hit four fret* throws ami Mike Mitchell hit one to put the game away Brickowski finished with 19 points Waiter Berry with 17 and Mitchell 13 The Bulls missed six fret throw ai tempts in th** tmai period compared to three for the Spurs Chicago's Charles Barklev ended the night with IT Mavs 109, Nuggets 96 DALLAS IAP Mark Aguirre .< ured 17 of his game high *35 points luring a 26dsecond-quarter outburst md the Dallas Mavericks went on to a v ic tory over Denver Dallas held off a fourth quarter Denver charge in which the Nuggets "lashed a 25 point Maverick lead to *4 HT w ith 5 3b to play But Aguirre s steal and dunk with 56 seconds to play closed out the 1«> -Nuggets who stalled th** evening with the second l»est record in lh** Western Conference Dallas ■* > won bn the seventh time in its last nine garnet Th** game marked th*- fir st time in 44 all time meetings that Dallas hat! held Denver under BKI points Th** Mavericks put together th* Club record 2<» ** run during a * I span of a s«*cond quarter in which Dallas outscored Denv er 16 15 Blair Rasmussen hit a 12 baiter at Ii IT to put Denver ahead 28 2* Rasmussen scored the next Nugget basket with > 26 to play in the period narrow mg Ute Maverick lead to 4*. Rockets 121 Warriors 96 HOLSTON AP Houston guai I Purv is Short hit I t of |5 field goal at tempts to pace Hie Ro* kets past the Golden Stale Warriors i ii a Short a former Warrior playing for the first time against hi" ex leant finished with a season high 27 points in only thr«*e quarters Guard Mien la*avell dished out a season high 15 assists als*) in only three periods to eclipse his personal high of 14 against Golden state Ralph Sampson was 7 8 from th** field for 16 points and Kudu* v M< Cray added 20 points for he 9 7 Him kets who fired rn >*• of TK shots for *»4 percent Guard Fric Floyd levi th** 2 15 W ar riors with 18 points * .olden state has lost all nine of the ir road games Leaven had seven first quarter assists while Sampson had lo points to combine with NU < r.iv s nine points and five rebounds NBA l*rm**r I" * *1 H(W'!i>ii 9 7 I B, The A sxot Pf * VV I I at 8 : 5X1 I E ASTI RN CONF I VI NCI " ti r tnumla * IO ‘M Atlantic Dutxion A l Mtt OB a> rann-fiHi Boston >4 Pa< »*•< O.v.XiOn Philadelphia * 162 I I V I .im i" I '* \»-«% N OI k Ii: *i7 • l*(»rttaiwl * > ** Washington 1 267 * Seattle - 8 -•* N**'A J**rs«*y 143 1. 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