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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 16, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeltfjna n Thursday January n 0 Horns over Ags in OT Sports Briefs COLLEGE STATION Texas AP Texas tied No 23 Texas after eras ing a I0point halftimc deficit and the Aggies felt an upset in the making when the Longhoms Al Colcman was called for traveling with 32 seconds remain ing coach Tony Bnrone called a play that worked earlier in the game but the intended target Calvin Davis slipped and the coachs son Brian Bnrone was short on a desperation shot at the buzzer with two players on him With three Aggies fouling out in quick succession in overtime Texas pulled away for an 8676 victory Wednesday night were confident near the end of the game and thought we could beat them in regulation but it didnt work Davis said We had some key players in foul trouble and that hurt espe cially in Reggie Freeman scored 30 points half from the freethrow line to lead Texas 9 4 31 Big which beat Texas for the seventh straight time This is my fourth year coming in here and every time we have to step it up and play even freeman said Brandy Ferryman had 15 points for Texas and Clack added 14 Shannc Jones had 16 points for the Aggies Calvin Davis added 14 points for the Aggies while Tracey Anderson and Dario Qucsada had 12 each and Jcrald Brown II A sellout crowd of at 0 Rollic White Coliseum spurred the Aggies on after ihcy fell behind 3828 nt the half Turnovers let the Aggies rally The Aggies took a 5049 lead on Quesadas layup with remaining Freeman came back with n jumper for a 51 50 Idad The next lead came with left on Davis layup but Sheldon Quarlcs tied the game for Texas with two free throws The lead changed hands the rest of the way with neither team leading by more than two points Quesadas left handed bank shot tied the game at 72 with 42 seconds to play in regulation Texas committed 25 turnovers and Texas had 15 Texas actual ly made six more field goals but Texas was 36of48 at the freethrow line while the Aggies were 15of24 Colcmans 3pointcr and Clacks two free throws gave the Longhoms the lead in the first 45 seconds of overtime and the Aggies never got closer than four points after that This was a typical game between us Ive brought great teams in here before and lost This is the toughest place to Texas coach Tom Pcndcrs said I feel forTonyandhis kids Ive said it before if the fans would come out like this every night would be a total ly different Aggies coach Baronc said Ive got no complaints The guys were dead yesterday after the trip to Nebraska They came out tonight and played will poise pride and played Baronc said It was a great crowd Were going to win I dont know exactly when but these players played Seifert leaves his job in San Francisco By DENNIS GEORGATOS AP Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO AP George Seifert is walking away from his job as coach of the San Francisco 49ers a star tling departure signaling the overhaul of a team that won five Super Bowls and was known for its continuity California coach Steve Mariucci a newcomer to the 49ers organization but not their offensive system is expected to be named as Seiforts successor and become just the third 49crs coach in 18 years The formal announcement could come sometime today Seifert with the 49crs organization for 17 years including the last eight as head coach led San Francisco to two of its Super Bowl victories and had the highest winning percentage by a coach in NFL history Sounding very much like Lou I loltz Seifert on Wednesday said leaving was the right thing for him to do a decision he arrived at in part during his justcon cluded fishing trip to Mexico Basically there was a sense and a feel that there fteeds to bcsome changes Alt ii iTl This thing eventu ally had to come to an end Its been a great eight years In a tough position1 George Seifert made I came back with the feeling that this was best for myself aiiil for the Seifert said Wednesday This thing eventually had to come to an end Its been a great eight years in a tough Seifert said He added hell fulfill the final year of his contract with the 49crs as a consultant to the team Team officials did not immediately announce a replacement but all signs point to Mariucci as the next 49ers coach Team president Carmen Policy said no one currently on the 49crs coaching staff was considered for the job Mariucci also served notice to Cal officials that he was leaving a school source said and he spent much of Wednesday huddled with his players and coaches to let them know about his deci sion He kind of told them thesiUjation came up real Cal running backs coach Wayne Moses said Policy had dinner with Mariucci on Sunday night and wanted him to become 49crs offensive coordinator with assur ances he would become the head coach in a year or two Mariucci declined that oftcr but apparently received a call from Policy on Tuesday night about the head coaching job after Seifert informed him he was quitting Before Georges decision all offers were related to the coordinating job After Tuesday we changed Policy said Policy said the team had only one can didate in mind for the job I le declined to identify Mariucci us that individual but did say the replacement was coming from outside the organization He said one reason the team was bring ing in a newcomer was to lessen the pres sure and defuse the Super Bowl or die mentality that has become associated with the 49crs You have to understand he needs some time to establish his Policy said I think youve got to give him a couple of years to really find himself in the framework of the NBA dunkcrt for 1tf7 contest The particpants of the 1997 SlamDunk competition to be held Saturday Feb 9 in Cleveland Ray Allen Milwaukee Kobe Bryant LA Lakers Chris Carr Minnesota Michael Rnley Dallas Allen Iverson Philadelphia Bob Sura Cleveland hired to tako Giants back to Supor Bowl Jim Fassel was hired as head coach of the New York Giants accepting the job of reviving the NFLs worst offense and develop ing Dave Brown into a productive quarterback 47 a Giants assistant in 199192 who was Arizonas offensive coordinator last season was given a fouryear mil lion contract to replace Dan Reeves fired Dec 23 after a 6 10 season Falcons want to recycle Into hoad coach Dan Reeves appears to be the choice for the Atlanta Falcons coaching job with only contract details remaining to be negotiat ed The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported Reeves was fired by the New York Giants in December while Atlanta firod June Jones following a 313 sea son Cowboy accuser falls to turn horsolf Into police Nina Shahravan the woman who falsely accused Dallas Cowboys stars Michael Irvin and Erik Williams failed to turn her self into police but county authorities said they wouldnt immediately arrest her If convicted of the misde meanor Shahravan could face six months in jail and a fine She filed a police report Dec 30 accusing Irvin of holding a gun to her head while Williams and a third man raped her Meanwhile Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith underwent surgery in New York to remove bone spurs from his right ankle Cornerback Deion Sanders was scheduled for surgery today to repair his right orbital bone AL owners want Arizona Tampa Bay In their league The plan to put Arizona in the National League and Tampa Bay in the AL hit a bump when AL owners failed to approve it Owners split 77 during the AL meeting one owner said on the condition he not be identified However baseball officials still expected the proposal to be approved during todays major league meeting Under the proposal advocated by the ruling executive council one expansion team would be assigned to each league in 1998 creating two 15team cir cuits However the ALs first preference would be to got both teams and its second prefer ence would be to get Arizona rather than Tampa Bay Wohlers gets a lot of money from the Braves Atlanta Braves reliever Mark Wohlers agreed to a threeyear million contract The club has an option for a fourth year at million with an buyout clause Wohlers 26 set a franchise record with 39 saves in 1996 striking out 100 batters in 77 1 innings The contract calls for Wohlers to make million this year million in 1998 and million in 1999 Huskies violated NCCA rules they think Connecticut said it believes its mens program violated NCAA regulations and that an investigation is under way Athletic director Lew Perkins said the university is working with the NCAA and the Big East Conference on the suspected violation He deflected questions about the nature of the suspect ed violation Wright State coach files lawsuit after being fired Former Wright State coach Ralph Underhill fired after being accused of shoplifting planned to file a million lawsuit today against the school over breach of contract He was 356 162 in 18 seasons at the school and led the Raiders to the 1983 Division II title OBrien gats extension at Boston College Boston College coach Jim OBrien who reportedly threat ened to quit earlier in the sea son has agreed to terms on a multiyear contract OBrien Is in his 11th year at Boston College Palmer undergoes surgery for prostrate cancer Arnold Palmer underwent surgery for prostate cancer at the Mayo Clinic He was resting comfortably and was expected to remain hospitalized for sever al days o he recovers Palmer 67 who learned he had the cane r Friday has with drav from the Senior Skins Game in Hawaii on Jan 2526 Lee Trevino will take Palmers place in the event with Jack Nicklaus Ray Floyd and Hale Irwin Rlnker takes lead at Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Larry Rinker nearing his 40th birthday and still struggling to make a living at golf shot a 9 underpar 63 to take the first round lead in the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Rinker who regained his PGA Tour card last month in the qual ifying tournament opened at Bermuda Dunes one of four courses used or the 90hole tournament Open winner Steve Jones and Mark Calcavecchia shot 64s Jones at Indian Ridge and Calcavecchia at Indian Wells Tarango defeats Rosset In Australian Open Jeff Tarango thrashed nemo sis Marc Rosset 64 61 61 today to advance to the third round of the Australian Opon Tarango thrown out of Wimbledon two years ago and banned from the premises last year had little trouble against Rosset the Swiss player the American claimed was given friendly calls at Wimbledon by an umpire Topseeded Pete Sampras beat Adrian Voinea NEW BRAUNFELS HERALD Si CLASSIFIED mam ADVERTISING DEADLINES DEADLINES FOR THE NEW BRAUNFELS HERALDZEITUNG Day Published Urn Ad Dtadllnt Display Ad Deadline Sunday Friday 5 Thursday Tuesday Monday Friday Wednesday 10 Tuesday 5 Monday Thursday Wednesday 5 Tuesday Friday 10 Thursday 5 Wednesday DEADLINES FOR THE COMAL COUNTY ADVISOR Day Published Una Ad Deadline Display Ad DMdlliw Wednesday 10 Monday 5 Friday RATES PAYMENT INFORMATION Advertising rates are available upon request Special discounts are offered for multiple run ads ALL GARAGE SALE AND SERVICE 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