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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10A September 2005 ON TV Today Major league baseball Red Sox at FOX Astros at 6 KBEJ Athletics at 7 TW Channel 50 iGolf European German third 7 GOLF LPGA Solhelm sec ond 8 GOLF PGA Canadian third ESPN Auto racing Formula One Belgian GP 6 SPEED ARCA 1 SPEED NASCAR Nextel Cup Chevy Rock and Roll TNT NHRA Junior Dragster ESPN2 College football Kansas State at ESPN2 Notre Dame at 11 ABC Clemson at Mary 11 ESPNTulsaat FSN Col orado State at 1 ESPN2 Iowa at Iowa ABC South Carolina at ESPN Boise State at Oregon FSN Wake Forest at 6 TBSTexas at Ohio 7 ABC LSU at Arizona ESPN New Mexico State at 9 FSN Tennis Open doubles and singles 11 7 CBS Boxing Featherweights Pacquialo Velazquez light weights Morales HBO ON RADIO Today Major league baseball Astros at KGNBAM 1420 College football Texas Tech at Florida 5 KSJLAM 810 Baylor Sam KRPTFM Southern Utah at Texas 6 KTSWFM at Ohio WOAIAM KVETAM KVETFM UT meets Buckeyes under the lights in this years Big Game Mack Brown Ohio AP Both 2 Texas and 4 Ohio State want to be at the top at the end of the For one of that dream could he gone after the second You dont want to say that a national championship is at stake so early in the season said line backer Anthony bom in but a Buckeye these And it definitely means a lot to both teams so far as where they go for the rest of the When the teams meet for the first time a crowd of more than will be on hand at Ohio Stadium as well as a primetime television The whole country will be Texas offensive line man Will Allen Texas 10 has its annual Red River Shootout with Okla and Ohio State 10 its yearly clash with Compared to players from both sides say this is a typ ical We see it as just any other Longhorns defensive end Tim Crowder They are just another team trying to get in our way of getting to the prom ised the sea of the bright lights and whats at stake all seem to go against this as just a typical Texas coach Mack Brown said his team will savor the Our guys like going into those kinds of he How many kids get to play in front of people that all want you to get beat It is kind of a fun thing to compete in that It sends a message about your tough your confidence and your Whether he believes or if its just Brown also said that most of the pres sure is on Ohio Sometimes when you are playing at it puts more pressure on the Brown When they lose on the road its but when they lose at home its When youve got that many people cheering for there is a cer tain amount of pressure not to let them chasing its first national championship in 35 is led by quarterback Vince Considered one of the top challengers to reign ing Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart of Young rushed for yards and passed for more a year ago as the Longhorns went 11 1 and ended up 5 in the The Longhorns return most of their skillposition players on offense and nine starters on defense from a team that beat Michigan in last years Rose Bowl and beating Michigan is something that definitely got the Buckeyes Thats what a top5 team should look Ohio State coach Jim Tressel Young is good friends with his Buckeyes Troy Smith called Young after Texas 603 rout of Louisiana Lafayette last first and Smith said he told And just be ready when you come up this Ohio State will try to shut down the Texas running game and force the Longhorns to rety on Youngs The thing with Texas is they have so many but I really think the speed of our defense will help Schlegel coming off an NCAA mandated twogame suspen will share time with Justin Zwick at The Buck eyes also have nine holdovers on defense and most of their key players back on A lot of the Longhorns atten tion will be drawn to Ohio State kickreturner and wide receiver Ted Ginn The sophomore sprinter caught a 42yard touchdown pass in last weeks 3414 win over Miami This is a players dream to be in a bigtime game like Ginn To go out at night at 8 the only game on and it goes all over the world its a Astros bow to 74 MILWAUKEE AP Roger Clemens lasted just three innings in his shortest start in more than a and the Mil waukee Brewers spoiled Jeff Bagwells return from the dis abled list with a 74 victory over the Houston Astros on Friday Clemens gave up five tying a season on five hits and five walks in losing his third straight His major leagueleading ERA jumped from to It is Clemens longest single season losing streak in five Despite the Houston remained a halfgame ahead of the Florida Marlins for the National League wild card with Floridas 125 defeat Friday at Hardy and Damian Miller homered off Clemens 117 as the Brewers 7071 moved within one game of The 70 victories are the most since when Milwaukee went Doug Davis gave up three runs and six hits in five innings to earn his 10th win in his 14th He struck out Davis 1010 last won on June and had 10 nodeci sions DemckTurnbow pitched the ninth for his 30th save in 33 including ninth The outing was Clemens shortest since when he pitched three innings at giving up four runs and five hits on 47 pitches in a who entered the game with a ERA on the struggled from the Hardy hit a firstinning homer to and after Jason Lanes homer tied Miller hit a two run drive in the second for the Clemens had given up just eight home runs all Athletics Rangers 8 ARLINGTON AP Eric Chavez drove in four Mark Ellis homered and had four hits for Mark Kotsay also homered and got three hits for the and Dan Johnson added a home run as Oakland remained games behind Cleveland in the AL wildcard Jason Kendall had three Mark Teixeira hit his 37th homer and knocked in five runs forTexas to reach 120 His threerun shot off closer Huston Street in the ninth cut it to but Street retired Alfonso Sori ano on a routine fly for his 19th BOBCATS CONTINUED FROM Page 8A Texas State seeks 1st 20 start in 9 years an explosive Bailiff When you lose an opener youre going to look so we expect them to come back strong this The receivers Bailiff refer enced were firstteam all Great West wide receiver Jerome who had sev en touchdowns and 806 receiving yards in and Joey Hew a transfer from Hawaii who last week had 107 yards receiving and two It is unlikely this weeks game will turn into a but if it it will stem from the play of Texas State starting quarterback Barrick who last week moved to 2 on the schools alltime passing yardage Nealy says head ing into this season he feels more comfortable with the offense than he ever has After the all the changes we have gone at this point in my I feel like there isnt an offense I could nt pick Nealy But being here in this offense now for a second there is no way to tell you what that means to With a chance to go 20 for the first time in nine years hanging in the it might be easy for a team to lose focus of what it needs to but Bailiff is not ready to let that We are going to just play them one game at a this week its Southern Bailiff We want to jilay as the smartest football team 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