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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                10A HeraldZeitung Wednesday Jan Sports Day I V College basketball top 25 xj tMfep tearflS iaTJte Associated Utestf college bas flfstHpjacfe jto tecord tdtdj points based on 25 poirib for a Recotd J North Carolina 3 4 UCLA 94 102 121 114 133 Prv 111 120 121 1483 980 859 839 754 670 597 487 421 123 248 240 95 140 122 121 6 7 8 3 9 5 10 13 U 12 23 14 17 25 i 2 4 370 24 6 Syracuse Kansas 8 Maryland 9 Arkansas 10 Georgetown ltl tl Arizona 123 12 Michigan St 102 13 Arizona St 123 14 Iowa St 132 H Wake JPorest 92 16 Missouri 122 17 Oregon 111 18 Virginia 103 19 New Mexico SL Illinois 133 21 Stanford 112 22 Georgia Tech 23 Cincinnati 125 24 Honda 75 25 Penn 82 Other receiving votes Alabama 1 19 Clemson 118 Vil latiova 77 Cattfomia 71 Texas 69 Saint Louis 56 Iowa 52 Indiana 49 Duke 48 Oklahoma 48 Tulane 38 Brigham Young 35 Nebraska 33 Louisville 29 Xavier Ohio 27 Auburn 17 Penn SL 17 Purdue Utah 16 Mississippi 15 Virginia Tech 14 Mississippi St 12 Providence 11 Mar quete 10 RC Charlotte 9 Ohio U 8 Memphis 6 Tem pie 6 Utah St 6 N Carolina St 5 TexasEl Paso 5 LSU 1 Santa Clara 1 Va Commonwealth 191 22 15 21 Rice off to 30 start in S WC By MICHAEL A LUTZ AP Sports Writer HOUSTON AP Rice coach Willis Wilson has the Owls off to a 30 start in Southwest Conference play Now he must figure out how to keep them on top We need to learn how to handle Wilson said Tuesday night after a 6662 victory over Texas Every year in the conference a team gels off to a fast start and sags near the end We ve got to learn how to The Owls 76 ended a threegame losing streak against the Aggies and extended road losing streak to seven in a row The Aggies are 2 10 away from home The Aggies never led but they tied it at 4747 with left to play Rice regained the lead then knotted it again at 5151 until Tommy McGhees basket gave Rice the lead for good with to play We worked on changing defenses and preparing for conference play and we were really prepared Wilson said has an advantage in athleticism but I thought we could shoot better from Joe Wilbert led the Aggies with 32 points and Tony McGinnis was the only other Aggie in double figures with 11 points Adams Peakes kept his hotshooting hand with 20 points including four free throws over the final 30 sec onds Peakes who scored 32 and 26 points in his previous two games had nine points at the half as the Owls took the lead from the start and never lost it taking a 3129 lead at intermission The Owls outscored 92 to start the second half for a 4031 lead their biggest margin of the game It was a tough Wilbert said With the fresh men we have and a young team we put it all pilers hire Minnesota receiver icoach Jerry Rhome Unicorn on the move New Braunfels Sid Gosa breaks past Hays defenders during the second Tuesday night at HeraldZeitungphoto by MICHAEL DARNALL iecond half of the Unicorn 7467 win HOUSTON AP Former Phoenix Cardinals offen sive coordinator and Minnesota Vikings receivers coach Rhome has been hired to fix the Houston Oilers broken offense Rhome 52 was hired Tuesday as the Oilers offensive coordinator filling a key vacancy on new coach Jeff Fishers staff The Oilers also hired Rod Perry as defen sive backs coach Tuesday Fisher said Rhome is a players coach and he has a great offensive He also possesses the ability to get the most out of his players which is a quality I was looking Fisher said Rhome a Dallas native worked last season as receivers coach in Minnesota Prior to that he was offensive coor dinator in Phoenix from 199093 nn kids count Defensive Driving Classes A A Classes Available W Mon Tue Every Other Saturday am pm Sports briefs LOUIS AP The wooing of the Los Ange les Rams isnt quite over yet Before St Louis can relax and enjoy its new NFL team the city must sell permanent seat licenses to prospective seasonticket holders in only seven weeks That was a significant subplot to the citys euphoria when the Rams made it official that theyre leaving Southern California after 49 years The city already has emptied its pockets for the Rams wholl get a new million domed stadium with an annual lease of only a million practice facility and million in assorted reloca tion fees Theyll also control a 30year lease that could bring in as much as million a year and St Louis is paying off a million debt to Anaheim If the league approves pro football will return for the first time since 1987 when the Cardinals left for Ari zona YORK AP William Refrigerator Per ry Chris Doleman Pierce Holt Desmond Howard and Steve Beuerlein were among the players left available in the NFL expansion draft for Carolina and Jack sonville Except for San Diego and San Francisco teams were required to turn over six names each for the expansion pool The Chargers and 49ers will add their players after the Super Bowl No team will lose more than three players in the draft and once a team loses a player it can withdraw one of its unprotected players Jcksonville and Carolina must draft at least 30 players but no more than 42 YORK AP San Diegos Stan Humphries who threw two 43yard touchdown passes in the second half of the Chargers 1713 victory over Pittsburgh in the AFC title game is the NFL offensive player of the week San Francisco cornerback Eric Davis and kicker Doug Brien also were honored COLLINS Colo AP Colorado State coach Sonny Lubick has withdrawn from consideration for the coaching job at Miami Lubick 57 was widely considered the frontrunner to replace Dennis Erickson who left for the Seattle Sea hawks Lubick spent four seasons as Ericksons defen sive coordinator before taking the Colorado State job in 1993 Call Reserve Your Space Today Teen Drivers Education Classes Start Jan Class Time 1516 South Seguin New Braunfels Tx San Marcos Driving School 6206654 From 126 I I I I I 1994 Dodge 1500 V8 A Transmission Laramie Tilt Cruise Cassette P Windows Locks Sunscreen Glass Tool Box 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