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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 29, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas No changes planned for Arkansas: Break Hogs to throw 'Bone at the Bulldogs Continued from Page 7 MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Arkansas has an op portunitv to silence Razorback critics and end its season on a positive note tonight against No 15 Georgia in the 29th Liberty Bowl Classic A victory would not only give the Razorbacks. now 9 3, a victory over a ranked team, but would make Coach Ken Hatfield's squad only the third in school history to win more than 28 games over a three year period Despite his success. Hatfield, who has a 35-12 I record in four years at Arkansas and is 28-8 during the past three seasons, has come under fire from Razorback supporters \rkansas boosters have expressed dissatisfac tion with the lack of a passing attack and the failure of the squad to challenge for the national championship this season Hatfield forsaw little if any change in his strategy for the 7 pm CST battle with the Bulldogs. 8-3. "We re still going to run.” Hatfield said So if people think the fullback isn t going to get the ball, then they've got another think coming " The game also offers Georgia Coach Vince Dooley the opportunity to settle a personal score against the Razorbacks. who are 2-0 in bowl mat chups against the Bulldogs "My memories of Arkansas are not good at all." said Dooley, whose Southeastern Conference Bulldogs dropped a 16-2 verdict to the Razorbacks in the 1969 Sugar Bowl and lost a 31 IO game to Arkansas in the 1976 Cotton Bow l ■ Beating Arkansas would make my dreams pretty pleasant. I d hate to get run over by Hogs three times in a row " said Doolev who is completing his 24th year at Georgia lf the Bulldogs are to w in. they must find a wax to solve Hatfield’s ground gobbling w ishbone of fetise. which ran for 3.196 yards during the regular season "The wishbone is one basic factor that continues to trouble us." Dooley said "Our defense has not done well against any type of wishbone offense That is the one thing that is a very. very big negative from our point of view The prime target for the Bulldog defense is Arkansas halfback James Rouse only the third Razorback to rush for more than HHH) yards (lur mg a season Rouse gained 1,004 yards on 182 carries and scored 17 touchdowns this season His 102 points are the second highest season total ever posted by a Razorback Georgia also will have to contend with Arkansas quarterback Greg Thomas, who ranks loth on the school's career total offense list with 3,154 yards "Their wishbone revolves around Rouse and Thomas." Dooley said Overall Arkansas is a very fine and talented football team and they will give us headaches Both teams use the running game as their primary weapon but the Bulldogs may be forced to the air by an Arkansas detense that ranks sixth in the nation against the rush Still. Hatfield said he is very aware of the mini mg talents ot Georgia quarterback James Jackson and tailbacks Cars Tate and Rodney Hampton 'Jackson has taken a lot ot snaps and made a lot of plus yardage tor Georgia Hatfield said Successful ending raises Cowboy hopes IRVING iAP» The Dallas Cowboys restored some pride by winning their last two games of the season but it cost them a better draft position and a weaker schedule in 1988 The Cowboys played a holiday season spoiler by knocking the Los Angeles Rams and the st Louis Cardinals out of the NFL playoffs in the same w eek Dallas finished tile season with a 7-8 record by beating the Rams in the Monday Night game last week and follow mg with a 21 16 victory over St Louis on Sunday. The win oxer the Cardinals was the Cowboys first reason closing victory since 198n Dallas Coach lorn Landry said Monday that winning the last two games was worth losing the weaker .schedule and higher draft selection that would have accompanied a lower finish "For us to win the last two games was very significant," Landry said Our guys competed until the final tick of the clock I d have to say we've got a little character working on this team or they wouldn't have done it Next year Dallas must play Chicago. New Orleans and Min nesota. all of whom are playoff teams besides the regular NFC East calendar The Cowboys also get AFC Central teams Houston Pittsburgh Cleveland and Cincinnati Dallas will In* drafting lith in the first round, earliest first pick not ac quired via trade since the AFL NFL merger in 1967 Landry said his New Year's resolu tion would In* for the Cowboys to get over 500 "Get me over 5oo and I'm in business. Landry said Landry called 1987 his most dif ficult season in 28 head coaching years in the NFL He said he planned some possible changes on his coaching staff in the off season but wouldn't elaborate He also declined to sax Steve Pelluer xviii enter training camp next summer as the No I quarterback despite back to back winning per form ant es "Steve has a lot more confidence off those two games and I think it will help him Landry said Tie still has lo improve It s too early to ->ax who will bt* No I Steve slanted a lot of promise lh1 threxx no interceptions He had in fumbles He had no traps It xx us a conserxative type game and xx* had to have it or we couldn't hax «• won Landry said that in general I rn encouraged fix our young people Herschel Walket can be a dominan’ factor in this game the xx ay he was running He said Walker is Dallas tulur* and that Tony Dorset! could ask to ’>« traded if he wanted to Tony has to sax he s xx tiling to play a certain role xx itll this team Landry said It s his dei ision Dorsett dido t play in Sundax > vu UT upends VMI; Louisville fends off SMU Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Despite standing 59 percent from the field to Virginia Military institute s 44 percent, the Texas ^Bighorns struggled on defense, losing the lead midway through the second halt and needing a late rally to w in "We really show our immaturity when we get a lead.” Coach Bob VVeltlich said after texas defeated VMI 85-76 in Austin Monday night We’re not determined enough on defense We don t stick the knife in In Monday games featuring other southwest Conference teams Texas ( hrtstian edged Nor thwestern 66 64 in the consolation Non nn.ti-ot Rh Fur West Classic in Portland Ore L.ulsxiIU rallied to lieut Southern Methodist in a Kuml**r.x Classic opening round game in Honolulu ai. i sui Diego State defeated Texas I *•< i. . * t- a r th* Holiday Bow I Classic Texas 6 5. had little trouble scoring against th* out manned Kevdets 2 4 lo>* Nasser    . pound post man rebounds again: >Mt led I^ju)' Todd Alexander IT points and K lirst hall But the t anim the first five mu *t for tire tlfsl tied thro times game out ut rear work,**' it lh** x die . who c do Ar rte for 24 p 'lei Kevd ■a rong *nt Ules ct tune ti with pat < h to gam ore the interesting, even tins early in the race Two teams still looking for their first district wins will meet tonight in Mountain City as Smithson Valley visits Hays The Rangers lost to Clemens in their only previous 13 4.A matchup while the host Rebels enter tarn a 0 2 mark in the district heading into tonight ’s clash The freshman game is set to tip off at 5 p rn . with the varsity meeting scheduled for 8 p in The other two local Ihixs teams will both In* at home tonight as Canyon hosts Clemens and New Braunfels hosts Uickhart In Clemens the Cougars xxiii face one of 13 4A's toughest and biggest teams Canyon has lost its last three games but all were non district affairs The Cougars are still in the middle of the standings with their I I record The Buffaloes are 2-0. a half game Scoreboard behind Tivy. which leads the district with a 3-0 mark The freshman game is scheduled for 4 30 pm today, with the JV match at 6 p rn and the varsity at 7 p rn At New Braunfels High School two more teams looking for their first district w ins will play at 8 p rn as the Unicorns host Lockhart Both teams along w ith Hays, are 0 2 entering tonight's game which is scheduled to begin at 8 p rn follow mg the freshman and J\ contests Both the girls and boys teams from Tixy Fredericksburg and Boerne are idle this week The only 13-4A troys contest this weekend pits the Canyon l>o\s at Smithson A alley at 8 p rn saturday In the only girls game involving local teams this w**ek following tonight A game Smithson Valley will host Medina \ alley on Thursday beginning at 9 am with the freshman game The varsity gamete scheduled for noon tory Landry said the Dallas doctors told him Dorset t had had a reaction to medicine administered for chest problems I tn not going to ox en ole doc tore Landry said Landry said the Cowboys would target defensive plovers during th** May draft We will look tor defensive players he eaid We xx .int a ginnt pass rustle! Th** linebat king corps needs help We need to build our defense mon* than offense Landry said of course the team would take a quarterback it it could get one Wed go! one ll we thought xx*1 would gel one who could piax well Landry said Landry added We re a little txebmd on our flirt*** year rebuilding program We did get to lunk at a lot of players this yea! This coming season should t*e a big shakeout to determine where we an* On the air Central D.*.x.on I ‘♦•inn! Atlanta Ik 7 *h, J* % tuesday Milwaukee 14 9 3s. 7 it m Pro h.H k< x New \ or k ("bk ago S'fl 4 Hangar' at Nev* A hi k I slander - k SPN Indiana Ii 12 7 p m Coling* football I (borty Bow! Cleveland U 4 4* -J Arkansas xs Georgia ks vt AE Pf UN CONT F WE NCI 7 OS p rn Pm basketball Portland at Midwest Division A L Pct GB New \ ..rk TBs Dallas I* kb 7 K p m Pollen*- baske!bal I Auburn a! l*emer I* 1 MS X lllanox j IM Houston 12 12 .« 4 11 p rn * til lege basket! - al! 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