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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 23, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A September 2005 CONTINUED FROM Page 6A Hurricane on minds during game town to stay home so more room was available for the thousands fleeing nearby Houston and the Gulf The specter of Rita spurred both schools to hastily reschedule the game from Sat when the Category 4 storm packing 145mph wind was expected to make land Barrick Nealy threw for 378 yards and three touchdowns forTexas State which lost its hopes of an upset when the Bobcats couldnt score after starting a drive at the Aggies 7 yard line midway through the fourth Texas President Robert Gates encouraged fans not liv ing in the College Station area to skip the game because hotels were booked with evac The announced paid attendance was but about half as many turned Students packed most of the threetiered stands on the east side of Kyle but large clumps of empty bleachers pockmarked the rest of the sta The Aggie War which usually causes the stadi um to physically wobble as fans sway couldnt move the west stands Thursday because there were too few The university canceled classes Friday but welcomed Gulf Coast residents fleeing the Just blocks from the a campus animal clinic operated as a makeshift hospital for evacuated burn victims from and the schools basketball arena housed more than 330 evac uees by late Evacuees at Reed Arena were given free tickets to the Those who attended watched McNeal become the first Texas quarterback to throw for 300 yards in con secutive In a 668 rout of SMU on McNeal threw for 349 yards and finished with a schoolrecord 449 total McNeal rushed for 86 yards against the Bobcats and fin ished with 403 total Courtney Lewis ran for 136 yards and scored two touch It marked the first time Texas had a 300yard 200yard receiver and 100yard rusher in the same Berkman help Astros beat Bucs again PITTSBURGH AP The way Brandon Backe is that Big Three rotation of the Houston Astros could be a Big Four during the final 10 days of the season and maybe Backe made his second suc cessive strong start and the Astros held their lead in the NL wildcard beating he Pitts burgh Pirates 21 Thursday for their eighth win in nine Backe limited the Pirates to one run and two hits over seven innings and Brad Lidge pre served the getting the final four Lance Berkman drove in two early mns against Zach and the Astros made them stand The led by pitchers Roger Andy Pettitte and Roy began the day two games up on Philadelphia and four games ahead of Florida for the wild Houston starts a series Friday afternoon at Wrigley Field against the Chica go Backe pitched well he struck out six and walked none havingmatters on his mind despite A native of he spent consid erable time on the phone this week making sure his parents and other family members left their homes well ahead of Hurri cane Other Astros players didnt take a JefTBagwell had his wife and two daughters fly to Chicago for this weekends and catcher Humberlo Quintero sent his wile and child to Backe 108 pitched effective ly allowing only Craig Wilsons solo homer in the fifth and Daryle Wards harmless single in the Backe has allowed one run in 13 23 innings while winning his last two against the Brewers and the after going 01 in two starts following a sixweek lay off with a rib cage Backe could be important to the Astros postseason because manager Phil Garner isnt going to start the 43year old Clemens and who is coming off with less than their normal Lidge earned his 38th save in 41 getting Jack Wilson to ground into an inning ending forte play in the eighth with runners on first and sec On he Bcrkman drove in seven runs in the final two games of a fourgame series in which lie Astros lost 70 Monday with Clemens on the then won he final three behind Pet Oswalt and Willy Taveras got die Astros offense going for he second day in a row after being out for a week with a lacerated right mid dle Allergoing3for6 with two runs in a 128 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