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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas SA New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Sunday, September 11,1983 SWT Bobcats blast Prairie View, 46-7 By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Southwest Texas State Head Coach John O'Hara was all smiles Saturday night after a 46-7 win over Prairie View AAM. His first game as head coach was now a victory, and he was still in one piece. "My heart was pumping 1,000 mph when I came out of that dressing room," O’Hara said. "It was so overwhelming. I couldn’t think of anywhere I'd rather be." First-game jitters kept the first half close. The Bobcats engineered an Bayard scoring drive late in the first quarter. Quarterback David Longhofer ran five yards for the score, but his PAT failed. Neat Neunhoffer added three more with his 20-yard field goal. SWT led, IM), with 7:47 left in the first half. Then the Bobcats gave Prairie View an early Christmas present. SWT fueled a 74-yard Panther drive with 51 yards in penalties to push Prairie View to the 5-yard-line. Timothy Pitts took it in for the touchdown, which was the first time SWT had been scored on in an opening game since 1979. Panther Boyce Gunnel added the extra point, and the Bobcats went to the dressing room with a 9-7 lead. SWT scored on its first possession of the third quarter. Running back Ricky Sanders ran for 30 yards and then 14 yards. Partner Erie Cobble took over up the middle for another 14 and finally, the 16-yard touchdown run. The PAT went through the uprights, and SWT’s lead had grown to 16-7. Sanders was instrumental in setting up SWT’s next score with a 56-yard punt return. Two plays later, Teddy Steele ran up the middle for three yards and a 23-7 lead. The Panther offense sputtered again, the punt snap went over the head of Wilbert Meyers, and SWT was set up on the Prairie View 11-yard line. Two plays later, Longhofer ran up the middle for nine yards and a 30-7 lead. The fourth quarter proved to be more of the same. On the Bobcats’ second possession, SWT toyed with the the Panther defense on a 56-yard scoring drive. Ron Gaskin scored the touchdown from the three, and the Bobcat lead jumped to 37-7. An interception set up SWT’s final touchdown midway through the fourth quarter. Billy Booker scored on a 19-yard run, and Neunhoffer’s PAT was good again. Insult was added to injury when Panther quarterback Darryl Terral was tackled in the end zone by Bobcats Tai Milan and Ken Collins for a safety with two minutes left on the clock. The final score was SWT 46, Prairie View 7. After the game, O’Hara said his game plan had been to alternate sophomore Longhofer and freshman Rene Maldonado at quarterback, giving each three series in succession. He stuck to his guns, and was impressed by what he saw. "I thought they both executed very well. They both did some good stuff, and they were equal tonight," O’Hara said, adding he hoped to pick a starter by Thursday. But that doesn’t mean both won’t see plenty of action. Longhofer said, "We’U probably be breathing down each other’s necks this year, next year and the year after that." Razorbacks trip Hurricane, 17-14 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Sophomore cornerback Greg Gatson made two big pass interceptions and quarterback Brad Taylor set up two touchdowns with pass completions on the run as Arkansas held on to defeat Tulsa 17-14 Saturday. Tulsa had a chance to tie but Jason Staurovsky’s 43-yard field goal attempt into the wind was wide to the left and short. The kick came as time ran out. Hurricane quarterback Steve Gage, a freshman redshift, gave Tulsa a chance when he went 50 yards on an option play for a touchdown with 8:51 left in the fourth quarter. Gage also completed a 10-yard pass to start Tulsa’s Anal drive and converted two first downs when he kept on the option play. Gatson, who was credited with two tackles during the 1962 season, stepped in front of pass by Gage at the Arkansas 2 to stop a first quarter threat and then stretched out for an interception at the Tulsa 27 that set up the first Arkansas score late in the first half. Air Force 28, Texas Tech 13 AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. - Quarterback Marty Lou than, passing effectively to open up his team’s wishbone ground attack, ran for three touchdowns in leading Air Force over Texas Tech 28-13 in a regionally televised college football game. Louthan completed nine of 15 passes for 156 yards and rushed 14 times for 65 yards, scoring on a 1-yard run in the first quarter, a 36-yard scamper in the third quarter and a 21-yard jaunt in the final period. His first score drew Air Force into a 7-7 tie. Texas Tech had scored on its first possession, with I-back Robert Lewis carrying on nine straight plays for 61 yards, and quarterback Jim Hart flipping a 3-yard touchdown pass to split end Leonard Harris. Baylor 40, Brigham Young 36 WACO — Senior tailback Alfred Anderson leaped for two short-yardage touchdowns, including the winning score with 49 seconds remaining, and sophomore quarterback Tom Muecke threw two long touchdown passes in the third quarter as Baylor defeated Brigham Young 40-36. Anderson, the deep back in Baylor’s I-formation, gained a career high 144 yards on 25 carries. He leaped over the goal from the I in the third quarter and scored his 26th career touchdown — a Baylor record — from the 2 in the final minute. The winning Baylor drive started at its 25 with 3:21 left to play. After the Bears advanced to the BYU13, the 214-pound Anderson carried four straight times for the touchdown. UT No. 1 quarterback separates shoulder AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas Longhorn quarterback scramble temporarily has lost Todd Dodge, the top contender for the starting job, to a shoulder separation suffered in the last preseason scrimmage. UT Coach Fred Akers said it’s "pretty likely" that Dodge, first-string quarterback throughout fall drills, will miss next Saturday's opener against Auburn. The injury could make either Rick Mclvor or Rob MoerSchell the opening day signal-caller for the Horns. Trainer Spunky Stephens said Dodge could be out longer than one game. The rehabilitation time for a shoulder separation is "on the average about three weeks, some sooner, some later," said Stephens. Doctors are 90 percent sure that Dodge will not need surgery. More X-rays are scheduled for Monday, however. "It’s not as bad as they thought at first," said Dodge, a Port Arthur junior. "It was just numb when I first hurt it, but a couple of plays later, my left shoulder was just hanging there. Luckily, it wasn’t my right one,” said the righthanded thrower. TOU 16, Kansas 16 FORT WORTH - Placekicker Ken Ozee booted three field goals, including a line-drive 35-yarder with a second left to give Texas Christian a 16-16 collegiate intersectional tie with the Kansas Jayhawks on Horned Frog coach Jim Wacker’s debut. Kansas placekicker Bruce Kallmeyer also kicked three field goals including a 35-yarder with 70 seconds to play for a 16-13 lead. Linebacker Elvis Patterson recovered quarterback Anthony Sciaraffa’s fumble at the Kansas 26 and the underdog Jayhawks scored 13 plays later. SMU 20, Grambling 13 SHREVEPORT, La. - Darrin Mitchell, a sophomore special teams player, made two key defensive plays in the fourth quarter to help No. 15 Southern Methodist secure a 20-13 college football victory over ambitious Grambling State. Mitchell recovered a blocked punt for a touchdown with 10:22 remaining to give the Mustangs a 17-6 lead. With 2:36 to play, Mitchell recovered a fumbled punt return by Grambling^ Dwayne Jupiter at the Tigers’ 10-yard-line. That set up SMU’s final score — a 25-yard field goal by Jeff Harrell with 55 seconds remaining. Miami 29, Houston 7 HOUSTON - Miami’s Jeff Davis kicked three field goals and freshman quarterback Bernie Koaar riddled Houston’s secondary with two touchdown passes as the Hurricane took advantage of turnovers by Cougar quarterback Lionel Wilson en route to a 29-7 college football victory. Wilson tossed four interceptions and fumbled once, setting up IO Hurricane points. Houston, which lost to the Hurricane for the fourth straight time, took an early 7-0 lead on Wilson’s one-yard run but Davis booted field goals of 21,27 and 32 yards to give the Hurricane a 9-7 halftime lead. Minnesota 21, Rica 17 HOUSTON — Senior tailback Alan Reid scored on a 26-yard run with 5:37 left in the game, capping a 97-yard drive to give Minnesota a 21-17 victory over Rice in a contest between two non-conference college football teams with long losing streaks. The victory, in Minnesota’s season opener, ended an 6-game Gopher losing streak. For Rice, the loss was the 14th straight, tying the Owls with Kansas State as tile longest losing streaks in the nation among major colleges. Top 10 1 2 4 5 Nebraska 66, Wyoming 20 LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - I-back Mike Boder scored four touchdowns and set a career rushing record as No.l Nebraska extended the nation's longest win streak with a 56-20 victory over Wyoming in a college football game Saturday. Nebraska has now won 12 in a row. Roder, who rushed for 191 yards on 19 carries, has 2,894 career yards, breaking LM. Hipp’s career total of 2,814. Oklgfcoma 27, Stanford 14 STANFORD, Chill. (AP) - Freshman tailback Earl Johnson ran for two Oklahoma touchdowns while filling in for starter Marcus Dupree and led the second-ranked Sooners to a 27-14, season-opening victory over Stanford Saturday. Dupree rushed for 138 yards, with one breakaway dash of 40 yards. But he got only 31 net yards in the first half. Auburn 24, So. Mlsaisaippi 3 AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Bo Jackson scored a pair of touchdowns and Lionel James rushed for 172 yards on 16 carries to give No.4 Auburn a 24-3 college football victory over Southern Mississippi Saturday. Jackson scored on a 16-yard run and on a 44-yard pass play from quarterback Randy Campbell, running the last 34 yards after the catch. Al Del Greco added a 41-yard Held goal and three extra points to cement the Auburn victory. Notre Dame 52, Purdue 6 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) - Tailback Greg Bell ran for three touchdowns and caught one of quarterback Blair Kiel’s two scoring passes Saturday as No.5-ranked Notre Dame crushed Purdue 52-6 in their season-opening college football game. Bell staked the Irish to the lead on their first possession with a 9-yard touchdown reception from Kiel. 6 7 8 9 Michigan 20, Washington St 17 ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - Michigan quarterback Dave Hall ran 4 yards for a touchdown in the final quarter to help the No. 6-ranked Wolverines beat Washington State 26-17 in college football Saturday. Hall’s touchdown run, at the 6:10 mark, capped a 75-yard scoring drive in seven plays. Todd Schlopy’s conversion attempt failed. Ohio St. 31, Oregon 6 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Quarterback Mike Tomczak completed 21 of 25 passes for a career-high 273 yards and four touchdowns Saturday, leading No. 7 Ohio State to a 31-6 college football victory over Oregon. Oregon, 6-2, made a game of it for the first half, trailing 166 at halftime. But Tomczak took command in the third quarter. NC 24, Memphis St. 10 CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) - Walter Black returned a punt 73 yards for a touchdown and tailback Ethan Horton rushed for 137 yards and two touchdowns as eighth-ranked North Carolina defeated Memphis State 24-10 Saturday in college football. Black’s return helped North Carolina break away from a 1610 halftime tie and raise its record to 2-0. use 19, Floride 19 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Seen Salisbury threw a 25-yard scoring pass to Timmie Ware with no time remaining to tie the game, then a bad snap on the conversion attempt cost ninth-ranked Southern Cal the victory Saturday as the Trojans tied No. 18 Florida 1619. The Trojans marched 80 yards in the final 46 seconds. Salisbury threw an incompletion on what appeared to be the final play of the game, but it was nullified because of a penalty against the Gators for having too many men on the field. Cowboys fear letdown ST. LOUIS (AP) -The Dallas Cowboys are worried that the high achieved in Washington last Monday night is going to bottom out in St. Louis Sunday. "If we lose in St. Louis," said wide receiver Drew Pearson, "the Washington game will be put on the back seat — and that’s the last thing in the world we want right now. We worked too hard in the heat and humidity for that." The Cowboys are coming off a 31-30 victory over the Redskins, a remarkable comeback from a 23-3 halftime deficit. The Cardinals lost their season opener 2617 last Sunday in New Orleans as young quarterback Neil Lomax suffered a bruised shoulder that will keep him sidelined against Dallas. Veteran Jim Hart will start. Tony Dorset!, who rushed for 151 yards against the 'Skins, said the Cowboys appear to have suffered a letdown. "Practice just wasn’t as crisp as it should have bMn," he said. "The guys were just going through the motions. That was all we could do under the circumstances." In one respect, this week won’t be any different than last week. The fans in St. Louis are as vocal as the Redskins’ faithful. "They treat us just like they treat us in Washington,” said Pearson. "They hate us." Texas Lutheran stops Austin College, 27-0 SEGUIN (AP) -Senior quarterback Mike Cantu scored two rushing touchdowns and passed for a third as Texas Lutheran defeated Austin College 276 in the season opener for both teams Saturday night Cantu completed nine of 14 passes for the evening with 141 yards. The Bulldogs dominated the contest, which included two interceptions by junior cornerback Carroll Parker. The leading rusher was junior running back Trent Faith with 71 yards. Faith scored a 1-yard touchdown before the half. 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