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lypical end to a frustrating season
UNC freshman fullback Bob Loomis led the
UNC reactions: remorse, relief
by Grant Vosburgh
DURHAM The atmosphere of the
Carolina dressing room following the Tar
Heels' 17-1 7 tie with Duke was much like the
mood of the game itself anticlimactical.
The members of the UNC football team
milled around the locker room,, quietly
talking among themselves, shaking hands
with the seniors who had played their final
college game and talking frankly with
Carolina's Mike Voight had only 48
yards Saturday against Duke, but that
was enough to move him into second
place in Atlantic Coast Conference single
season rushing. He finished with a 1,250
yard total. The junior tailback eased in
front of former Duke fullback Steve
Jones, who had 1,236 yards .. in 1972-.
Voight had 1.202 yards, going into the
game, which was the last for the 1975 Tar
Heels. The conference record is held by
another Carolina player, Don McCauley,
who rushed for 1,720 yards in 1970.
Voight was the only player in the ACC to
achieve the 1,000-yard goal this season.
But there was one player who seemed
visibly upset by the game. Defensive back
John Daw, who had played only in the final
few minutes of the fourth quarter, shook his
head in disbelief.
"1 could have blocked that punt," he said
refering to Blue Devil Bob Grupp's kick
from the endzone with six seconds left in the
game. The Tar Heels had put on a heavy rush
in an attempt to block the kick.
"The Duke fullback (who was standing
five yards deep between the right guard and
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Carolina rushing attack with 75 yards.
the punter) didn't have anybody to block, so
he came all the way across the center and
blocked me." Daw was coming from the
right side of the Carolina rush.
According to Daw, the play was designed
to send three people over Duke's center and
right guard, in an attempt to get one player
through the line..
This person was to be blocked by the Blue
Devil fullback. Daw, coming from the
opposite side of the Carolina defense, was to
have a clear path to the punter and block the
"The three guys going over center
apparently got caught in the line and nobody
could get through," Daw said. "The fullback
didn't have to pick anybody up, so he was
free to block me.
"The thing is, I've never seen that happen,"
he said. "The fullback has never come all the
way (laterally) across to block me. I can't
believe it. I had that punt all the way."
Head Coach Bill Dooley confirmed that
the play didn't work as planned, but seemed
relaxed nevertheless. Perhaps he was
grateful he hadn't lost to the favored Blue
Devils. Perhaps he was relieved that the
nightmare of the past 1 2 weeks was over and
that he was able to salvage a win and a tie in
his last two outings. His players reflected
"We were picked to lose and although it
would have been nice to win, at least we
didn't lose," said center Mark Cantrell, who
is up for All-Atlantic Coast Conference
honors.;"Duke.was talking 50-0. It was just,
one big ;play that: killed us. A-fumble by
fullback Bob Loomis on the Duke 15-yard
line with 47 seconds remaining). But you
can't get down on him. He was hjt really
hard. He is a freshman who has proven
himself all season and played great today."
Split end Ray Stanford, playing his last
game, said, "1 guess we're just disappointed
to tie when we could've won. But I'm sure
Duke feels the same way."
"I guess this game was typical of our year,"
senior defensive back Bobby Trott said.
Carolina lost three other games this season
on a crucial play. "But (Duke Coach Mike)
McGee was saying UNC was gonna lose it
50-0. He was doing a lot of talking."
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Hardison, who will begin varsity wrestling
this week, is looking forward to spring
practice and next fall.
"Oh, spring will be rough, all right," he
said, "but I have to get tougher. It will have
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DURHAM After having come so close
to winning several times this year against
Notre Dame, N.C. State and Clemson,
North Carolina fumbled away an
opportunity to defeat archrival Duke here
Saturday in a fitting climax to a frustrating
With placekicker Tom Biddle warming up
his leg on the sideline, fullback Bob Loomis
fumbled on Duke's 1 5-yard line with 47
seconds remaining. When the Blue Devils
recovered the ball the Tar Heels were forced
to settle for a 1 7-1 7 tie.
"It's an empty feeling," said UNC Coach
Bill Dooley, whose Tar Heels finished the
season with a 3-7-1 record. "It's a big
disappointment.. We had a chance to win it.
"As far as effort goes, our team gave a fine
effort. I'm sure Mike McGee (Duke coach)
feels the same way about his team."
Both teams had an opportunity to win the
Record for Paschall
Senior quarterback Billy Paschall
completed nine of 18 passes for 124 yards
Saturday against Duke to surpass Charlie
'Choo Choo' Justice in career passing
yardage with 2,324. Justice had 2,249.
to make me a better player. I'm definitely
looking forward to next year."
And what of next year? While some Tar
Heel fans are probably more than willing to
let football take a backseat to basketball for
now, a season like the one Carolina has just
finished has to have some effect on the
future. With all but six members of this
year's team returning, inexperience and
depth won't be a valid excuse.
Senior Stanford spoke of next season,
which he will have to watch as an alumnus.
"On paper, this team will be by far the best
Carolina has had maybe ever. They ought
to be really good. But one thing will have to
change," he said thoughtfully. When they
play they will have to go out to win, instead
of trying to keep from losing."
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game. Prior to Loomis' fumble, Duke had
the ball on the Carolina 12 with just over
eight minutes remaining. But freshman
quarterback Mike Dunn pitched the ball at
tailback Larry Martinez' feet and Tar Heel
safety Bobby Trott recovered on the nine
Minutes later, after Carolina's Johnny.
Elam was forced to punt, Duke fullback
Tony Benjamin fumbled at the UNC 47.
Tackle Red Broadway came up with the ball
for the Tar Heels with 3:42 left.
From that point, the Tar Heels moved to
the Duke 29, where, on third and six,
quarterback Billy Paschall faked a handoff
to tailback Mike Voight and ran 15 yards on
an option around the left end to the 1 4. After
a time out Paschall threw an incomplete pass
to Loomis. On the next play Loomis was sent
into the middle of the line only to fumble the
ball. Duke's Kirk May fell on the ball and
when the Blue Devils failed to move Bob
Grupp punted to end the game.
"I don't know who hit me," mumbled
Loomis in the UNC dressing room
afterwards. "He put his helmet right into the
"We were trying to get the ball in the
middle of the field for a field goal," explained
Dooley. "I'm sure Tom Biddle would have
made it to win the game had we not
The tie, which game Duke a 3-0-2 mark
and second place in the Atlantic Coast
Conference behind Maryland, was only the
fourth in the series (now 28-28-4) between
the two schools and the first since 1942. It
was also Carolina's first tie since a 6-6
deadlock with Wake Forest in 1956,
stopping a streak of 204 games. Rutgers
holds the national record of 206.
Before the fourth quarter it appeared the
kicking game would decide the outcome.
Biddle put the Tar Heels ahead 3-0 on a 36
yard field goal with 2:57 left in the first
quarter. Earlier Biddle missed a 50-yard
attempt after the Tar Heel's Bobby Cale had
recovered a fumble by the Blue Devils'
Vince Fuscoe tied it up at 3-3 30 seconds
into the second quarter on a field goal from
26 yards out. The Blue Devils took a 10-3
lead minutes later with a 60-yard touchdown
drive culminating in a one-yard plunge over
the top by Martinez. The big play in the drive
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Duke defensive back Rick
Sommers (14) tackles UNC
kickoff return man Alan
w ho caught eight passes for 15 1 yards.
After the second half kickoff, the Tar
Heels drove 77 yards in 14 plays, with
Paschall keeping around right end for the
final nine yards, to tie the score 10-10. But
the Blue Devils came right back eight plays
later to go back in front on tailback Mike
Barney's five-yard run over right tackle with
five minutes remaining in the third quarter.
After an exchange of punts, Carolina
moved 69 yards in 1 1 plays, with a 23-yard
pass to tight end Mike Corbin, a 1 3-yarder to
wingback Charlie Williams and an 11-yard
sneak by Paschall accounting for most of the
yardage, for the day's final score. James
Betterson went over right end from three
yards out to tie the game 17-17 with 13:24
Duke won the statistical battle, outgaining
Carolina 471 yards to 382 in total offense.
Barney led the Blue Devils in rushing with
129 while Bob Corbett, who alternated with
Dunn at quarterback, completed 13 of 17
passes for 162 yards.
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For the Tar Heels, Loomis had his best
day rushing with 75 yards in 17 carries while
Betterson had 59. Voight gained a subpar 48
yards to move into second place on the All
time ACC single rushing list with 1,250
yards. Paschall complete nine of 18 passes
for 124 yards to surpass Charlie "Choo
Choo" Justice in career passing with 2,324.
Justice had 2,249.
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