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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, October 09, 1982, Page 5, Image 5

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tiuzzxi. cctc:z 9, is:2-tk CAr.:u::A Ti-rs-r I , - - , . ,.?: 1; . . ;:; - . ... I r " 7 Eagles And Spartans Clash In Norfolk ' n;i j It's two nationally ranked squads r com peting on . Norfolk's Foreman Field. Satur day, October 9 at v 1 ;30 p.m. At stake will be a continued undefeated season and leadership in one's respective division. The Eagles of North Carolina Central - are ranked Sth in the NCAA Division II while the Spartans of Norfolk State are 7th in the NAIA. Both the Eagles and Spartans .boast outstanding offensive and defensive squads. Central leads the CIAA in passing offense (169.8), total offense (361.0) and scoring of fense (31.5). They are fourth in rushing offense at 191.3. Leading the Central attack1 is the m u 1 1 i -1 a 1 e n t e d sophomore signalcaller Gerald Fraylon. Fraylon leads the conference in passing and total of fense. He has completed 43 of 89' passes for 679 yards and 6 touchdowns. He has rushed for IIOM.YWOOD-rfiar) Coleman, who plays Arnold on "Diir'renl Strokes," tries to butter up the substitute teacher, played by Los Angeles Lakers' basketball star Kareem Abdul-Jabhar, with (he old apple trick during filming of an upcoming episode. I'd Photo The Owl's Scoreboard another 58 yards. . His favorite receiver is senior wide receiver Victor Hunter. Hunter is fifth in the' CIAA in recep tions with 17 catches for 336 yards and three Ids. Tight end' James Foster is second with 7 catches for another 75 yards and a score. Senior , All-American candidate Benny Tate leads the conference in rushing and scoring with 419 yards and 7 touchdowns. He had a career-high 175 yards in 30 attempts against Fayetteville State last week. The Spartans can counter with a Tine quarterback in junior Raynard Revels. He has been true on 25 jf 51 passes for 343 yards and a pair of . touchdowns. His favorite receiver is senior Jeff Cunn. Gunn has caught 9 passes for 144 yards and I score. Orlando Goodhope and George Parker are two fine runningbacks. Goodhope leads . the Spartans and is second in the CIAA with 359 yards on 50 carries. He has scored 4 times. Parker has picked up 249 yards on 33 attempts. He set a school record with a 96 yard scamper last week against Winston-Salem. The Spartans lead the CIAA in rushing offense having picked 224 yards per contest. They have amassed 315.3 yards per contest in total offense. Defensively. the Eagle and Spartans are two of the stingiest teams in the league. The Eagles have allowed a league leading 55.0 yards through the airways and are ranked second in total defense at 195.5. The Spartan's are on top in total defense having allowed 163.5 yards per game. They are giving up 100.8 on the gorund. Against common op ponents ' Norfolk beat Fayetteville State 26-6 and 'Winston-Salem 16-7. Central beat those teams 20-15 and 37-17 respectively. The Eagles upended Norfolk 27-20 last year (Continued on Page 7) FOy VJBtilhi lhe EagjDes NCCU "Eagles" VS Game Tickets ADULTS-$7 STUDENTS $5 Elizabeth City State October 23 1:30 p.m. O'Kelly Stadium Results, Sept. 25th Beth-Cook 27, Del State 24 Bishop 31, SE Okla 26 Fla A&M 62. Howard 3 Hampton 17. Eliz City 3 Lib Bapt 17, Cent St 15 Livingstone 18, Va State 16 Mansfield 21, Cheyney 12 Moraan St 44. Bowie 6 Norfolk 16, W-Salem 7 NCCU 20, Fay State 15 NW Okla 17, Langston 13 S Ark 17, Ark-P B 15 S C State 20, Alcorn 0 Tenn St 42, Ala State 0 Va Union 20, St Paul's 0 Wagner 35, UDC 17. Where They Play Sat., Oct. 9th eSASON T1CKCTSSTII.LV r . AVAILABLE ; Day of Game ALL TICKETS $7 683-6574 CIAA NCCU at Norfolk Va State at Eliz City Hampton at NCA&T St Paul's at UDC Va Union at Am Int Bowie at Fay State J C Smith at S CState W-Salem at Livingstone SIAC Ala A&M at N Alabama . Tuskegee at Albany Knoxviile at Ft Valley Morehouse vsM-Brown Mars HHUt Savannah.; MEAC Del State at Howard Fla A&M at Jackson Albany at Beth-Cook SWAC Texas So at Alcorn Tenn St at Grambling Ala St at Miss Valley Bishop at Pr View Nicholls at Southern Independents Uvlngstpn & TttskeflitWoln at Gent St wiies-ai HSKJ " t w wioyiieydicouuuu Ark-P Bat Lane;.' ' ,v Langston at Tex Luth Clark at Ky State ; V Morgan at Towson red ingots Give your parties plenty of good taste with Canada Dry Stitzel-Welier 1. 75-hter party size. RfFl 228 .CANADA DRY-x, STITZEL-WELLERGIN C 1962, StiteH-Weler DisUery Louavife, Kentucky Gin 80 Proot 100 Neutral Cram Sprt. w 03Bi mm CLEM SON vs. VDROINIA :,T-Tcnrif : TOTTV C3ICZIL1 12 oca f:i i: : M I I II n II l I II 1 I 1- Lr' 1 r U U , ' o ILL I I . " ... ' J J ;-.,T a ' I ' ' ' ( 1 mimw Mm Continuing in October you'll thrill to breathtaking action from the superstars of college football on Cablevision's Superstation WTBS from Atlanta. See the players from the Big 8. Big Tep, Pac 10 and other conferences as they block, tackle and go out for the long one. Plus you won't miss any of the action. You II see NCAA games every Saturday evening for thirteen exciting weeks. And you'll see the ex clusive coverage on prime time. Movie fans will see their favorite stars in great clasic movies and weekly film festivals. Kids will deliaht in quality cartoons and educa tional documentaries with Jac ques Cousteau. Families can gather around the television set and laugh with "The Lighter Side" and much, much more! Prime Time Sports Action and Great Entertainment Is Just Another Reason Why Cablevison of Durham is "Television Worth Watching." Sat., Oct. 9 8:05 PM Channel 13

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