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Diqk Cruni hopes a fellow watching the ticks of a Timex
won't have much to do with the outcome of Saturday
afternoon's Carolina-Maryland football game.
Normally tirr.:k::p:rs and -the work they perform go
unnoticed. Cut when an unusual or controversial play
occurs, thirds can change. Take last fall's Tar Heel
Terrapin game, for instance.
With Carolina driving with less than a minute to go,
trailing 17-14 after a Dale Castro field goal seconds earlier,
Mr. Tick-Tock all of a sudden became a celebrity of
infamous nature for Carolina's players and coaches.
The Tar Heels started on their own 20 with 1:21 left, and
in several plays advanced to the Terp 21. The clock sakl six
Crum called timeout, and on the next play quarterback
Matt Kupec connected with Eilly Johnson on a short pass.
Johnson took a few steps and stepped out of bounds at the
14. The fellow with the Timex said time expired, and the
game was over. Johnson looked up at the clock and saw the
":00" on the Byrd Stadium scoreboard.
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"That's in the past," Johnson said Tuesday, a Carolina
football jersey and gym shorts covering his 250-pound
frame. "I can't fault the timekeeper. We just have to go
out this Saturday and jump on them."
Crum was mad when last year's game ended, and said "he
thought at least one second remained when the official
signaled for the clock to stop. A writer asked Crum
Tuesday what would happen if a similar situation occured
this Saturday at Kenan Stadium. Would the clock tick a
little faster, as it apparently did in College Park?
"That's not going to happen at Carolina," Crum said.
If he has hh way, Crum will not find his team trailing and
time expiring, but as the game approaches it shapes up a3 a
close match between two teams with similar strengths.
"It should be a real interesting game, both for the players
and for the fans," Crum said. "Both teams are evenly
matched in the same departments. Defense is our long suit
and defense is their long suit. Offensively, they are a power
Maryland, aside from being tabbed as the first Atlantic
Coast Conference school to stress weight-training in a
football program, is most known for its defensive
alignment, the wide-tackle six, which is not common in the
While Crum said he was more concerned about the
people who play in the wide-tackle six than with the
formation itself, Johnson said it was more difficult to block
"It is kind of hard to block them," Johnson said.
"You've got to go through a lot of blocking schemes. They
play so wide you just have to get used to it."
Johnson admitted the Terrapins are strong and have a
...bucks defenders for yardage
good weight program, but he refused to say they're
stronger than he and his teammates. "They're a tough club,
but I don't think there's a difference. I think we're as tough
as they are."
Maryland is led on the defensive line by left tackle Ed
Gall and right end Pete damp. The three-man secondary is
all seniors cornerbacks Steve Trimble and Lloyd Burruss
1 and safety Ralph Lary. "
The Terrapins' strength on offense is tailback Charlie
Wysocki,.who already has 470 yards and four touchdowns
in victories over Villanova, Vanderbilt and West Virginia.
Wysocki carried the ball 30 times against Vandervilt and
Crum expects him to run even more maybe more than 40
times against Carolina. .
Wysocki is strong, often gaining yardage after the first
hit, or with defenders on his back. "I don't think he has
real great speed, but he's the hardest-running back we'll
play against this year," said Lee Shaffer, one of UNC's
Crum is concerned about Maryland's tall (6-foot-7)
, quarterback, Mike Tice. Tice has been criticized for lack of
ability in four years at Maryland. So far this season, he's
17-of-40 for 251 yards and two touchdowns.
"Tice is probably their most underrated player," Crum
said. "Last year (against UNQ he's the one that kept their
drives going. He was the difference in the game."
Saturday's game is important for several reasons. It's the
first ACC game for the both teams, and both were expected
to be the top contenders for the league title. The game is a
further test for Carolina quarterback Rod Elkins, who will
be starting his third game.
"By now, Rod will be settled down," Crum said, noting
how the 9-3 victory over Texas Tech helped his maturity. "I
don't think the whole (offense) will be in. We'll still have
bits and pieces that are not available."
Carolina enters the game having lost the last two years to
Maryland. Shaffer said the Tar Heels haven't been up to
par in the two losses. "I don't feel as a team we've played
well against them, and this year, I hope we can do Our
With the help of an accurate clock, of course.
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From Staff Reports
BOONE The North Carolina
women's golfneam fell one shot short of
Wake Forest in the Blue Ridge
Invitational here Tuesday.
The Tar Heels' two-day score of 611
put them second to Wake Forest's 610.
Carolina's Cathy Reynolds shot a 76 for
a total of 147, a stroke behind the
tournament champion, Wake's
Charlotte Grant. Reynolds took
medalist honors with a first-day round
Linda Mescan led the second-day
UNC score with a 73. Lucy Lofiand shot
a 79 and both Jill Ncsbitt and Mareen
Long registered 85s.
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Former University of North Carolina
deader Kimberly Rene "Kirn"
Cline, who says she has teen married to
former Tar Heel bssketball star Mike
O'Kcren for more than two years, has
filed for a divorce at Burke District
Court in Morganton.
In divorce papers filed Sept. 3, the
former Kim Cline is seeking temporary
and permanent alimony and a legal
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really did not want to comment on the
situation. "I wish things like this didn't
have to happen," O'Koren said. "My
lawyer's handling it, and I'm sure
everything will be OK."
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were married on March 19, 1978, in
Gaffney, S.C., by Probate Judge W.R.
Douglas, South Carolina law no longer
requires that witnesses to the marriage
The marriage came one week after
Carolina was defeated by San Francisco
in the first round of the NCAA
Mrs. O'Koren is living in New York
and working as a model. She could not
be reached for comment. Her father,
Homer Cline of Drexel, declined to
The divorce filing accuses O'Koren
"of refusing to live openly" as husband
and wife and of telling Mrs. O'Koren
that their marriage was a joke.
The court .filing says O'Koren has
repeatedly refused to discuss marriage
difficulties with Mrs. O'Koren, saying
such discussion "interferes with his
The divorce complaint accuses
O'Koren of "beating her with fist and
hand, pulling her hair and choking her."
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Former chccrfocdcr Kim Ct'na
...seeks divorce from O'Koren
In Chapel Hill Tuesday, a friend of
Mrs. O'Koren said, "I didn't know they
were married until second semester of
last year. I did know they were having
troubles last year. I don't know why
they were so secretive."
North Carolina head coach Dean
Smith said a player being married during
his basketball career did not violate
NCAA rules. Smith refused to say
whether he knew O'Koren was married.
"I just can't comment," Smith said.
"It's something for Mike's lawyers. I
don't even know if the story is correct.
One part I know is not accurate is the
physical abuse. That's just not true. It's
unfortunate that this had to happen just
. when he's starting his pro career."
UNC Sports Information Director
Rick Brewer said the marriage was a
complete surprise to him. He said he
knew no reason why it was kept secret.
Ex-U.'.'C standout f'.:ko O'Kcren
...secretly married in 1970
According to court records, O'Koren
has been served with a notice about the
divorce filing but he has not responded
in writing. A hearing has hot been
scheduled on the matter.
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