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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Tide's win muddies Bowl picture Herald-Zettung New Braunfels Texas Wednesday November 11 1987 Page 11A •y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When Bear Bryant told the various bowls to Jump, they usually asked. “How high’’’’ Alabama Is still directing the bowl picture, but not the way the Bear used to do it What Alabama did was beat LSI! on Saturday night, probably costing the Tigers the Southeastern Conference championship and a trip to the Sugar Bow I The domino affect has been felt by numerous other bowls Had IJSV defeated .Alabama, the Tigers could have gone to the Sugar Bowl by beating alsoon Mississippi State this weekend The other bowls then could have made their pitches to Alabama. Auburn, Georgia and Tennessee Instead the SKC race is wide open, with Auburn leading at 3-0 I and Alabama Georgia and USI' in contention at 4 I Tennessee 1*1-1, also will go somewhere, perhaps the Hall of Fame Bow! at Tampa. Fla. lf the Crimson Tide beats Notre Dame on Saturday — or if the Irish lose to Penn State on Nov 21 — it would destroy the Orange Bowl s dream of making a deal for the winner of the Nov 28 Miami* Notre Dame game to play the Oklahoma-Nebraska winner This much is fairly certain third-ranked Miami. No 4 Florida State, sixth-ranked Syracuse No 7 Notre Dame and the Oklahoma-Nebraska loser will fill the five up for-grab spots in the Orange. Sugar. Cotton and Fiesta Bowls The question is where and it would be smart for Syracuse not to lose either of its two remaining games l^ast year Miami, the No l-ranked team, wound up playing and losing to No 2 Penn State in the Fiesta Bowl for the national championship This time, the Orange Bowl has the upper hand Miami may insist it won t make a deal, but the Oklahoma-Nebraska winner, the Orange Bowl s host team, will be ranked No I and Miami’s best shot at the national championship would be a head-to-head confrontation The Hurricanes, who almost surely will be 9-0 on Nov 21. even have a game left on Dec 5 against No 14 South Carolina Syracuse appeared to be headed for the Sugar Bowl to face the SEC champion until both LSC and Auburn lost last weekend and dropped from fifth and sixth respectively, in the Associated Press poll to loth and 12th The Orangemen might wind up in the Fiesta Bowl against Florida State or the Oklahoma Nebraska loser both of which will be ranked above the SEC champ The Cotton Bowl s host team will barely De in the Top Twenty and Notre Dame s magical name will guarantee good TV ratings Gold Stars fall to N EYSO Vantage Hungry for victory the San An tonic 76 NKYSO Vantage tasted sweet revenge with a 2-0 soccer win over the Mid Cities Gold Stars on Saturday The Stars started strong but soon dropped into a defensive rmxle Nonetheless they held V antage scoreless until late in the first half Scoreboard when a momentary letdown allowed a San Antonio gain The second half was no more than a repeat of the first As time ran out so did the Stars spirit Disorganization gave Vantage the advantage Passing skills were off. positions wide open and aggressive attacks lacking said Stars Coach Daniel Pavioschi New Braunfels goalie Ryan Rogers challenged with his usual skill but a second goal occured when the ball flashed just above his reach l>enton Scott of New Braunfels Joe Fisher of Wimberley, Jessie Wood ward of Canyon hake and San Mar cos Patrick Luna struggled to gain control, earning them the title of Outstanding Players of the Day San Antonio s Panthers will test the Mid-Cities team at 3 p rn Satur dav at H E B Fleld No 4 On the air 'N I ONI SOAT 2pm    »,cif    pi, v Dorm first round KsPN ll p m    Holing    Harold knight • kine Wade for the I SBA lightweight, hamptonvfup ISPS I HUB SO* V .'pm    t.oif    PUA Kapalua    Invtta tIona, n-i ural round KAPS p rn    t    allege    football I aeolina M at brambling FM*N Local sports Kapalua Invtta vs Hr junior South Fumble* Ural 23JA 24 IO Penalties, 3 urds individual statistics bushing 57 4*1 tv* UH Ria vee NO TBS Avo TO H A alkrr 8Y EIB 7 4 4 Am *3or 103 525 S I 3 I ami lo 41 133 3 I 2 Gin ta 3 92 3 2 0 Ham 3 TA Br> an 14 49 3 5 0 Aleman I 4 4 0 I Gins I I Mm moral* A OO 0 Hoi tart.I I 14 v hornier a* 19 To*#!* IIT it* it ii Football Kerrville Tlv% at i a Football Horrnr at •'ir.iShaari »BIDAv a P rn Byon I p rn V a fe* I pm    ► > attirail Sn* Braunfels at Ha vs IV UR OS ’ lpm VcM.evta. 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Walker may start at tailback for the Cowboys against New England on Sunday instead of wide receiver where he began the game last week Herschel could possibly start against New England, but it would depend on what formation we are in.” l^andry said “Both Herschel and Tony will play ” Walker started at wide receiver and Dorsett at tailback in a 27 IT loss to Detroit on Sunday Walker also played half the game at tailback Both players are unhappy with the way they are being used Walker said he “doesn t understand his role and Dorsett said l^andry “needs to settle on one running back to deliver the mail "I have to do what's best for the team and it s only natural that every runner wants to be the No I tailback “ Landry said But we have to use the talent we have l^andry denied that Dorsett, who has rushed 3 and 24 yards rn his last two games has lost a step Tony is not a big strong back like Herschel and has to explode to daylight Herschel can break tackles to get his yards but Tony isn't that strong,* Landry said I think we will get our running game going We are running a different type offense this year with zone blocking We are not in a groove, and it can make a back look bad ” Landry said he doesn t think the Cowboys are an effective running team with Walker at fullback and Dorsett at tailback. “If Herschel is at fullback then we are utilizing his pass receiving ability,’ Landry said “We need a stronger blocker in the I formation for the run He's not the type of blocker who makes the I formation go ’ Timmy Newsome played fullback against the Lions with both Dorsett and Walker at tailback Landry reiterated that he would pull White if he thought the team was playing well and the quarter back w asn't “lf the quarterback is the only one playing poorly then you make a change.” Sundry said “Danny White has a lot of courage and is tough mentally But I will make a change in a game if I don’t see him throw better ” Landry said backup quarter back Steve Pelluer has looked 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