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Dy BILL FIELDS
When Lee Shaffer was 14 years old, he received an
education before his time.
Course; ninth-grade football.
Section: three-a-day practices.
Place: a hot practice field. 4
Instructor: a football coach.
i remember that first day of practice " Shaffer says. 1
went to practice, came back and slept, went to the next
practice, came back and slept, then went to the gym at night.
When 1 woke up the next morning, 1 thought 1 had been there
Shaffer has sprinted and pushed around blocking
dummies through a bunch of preseason practices since that
fall. Now a junior and one of Carolina's inside linebackers, he
is learning again, not about how much perspiration the
August heat can drain, but about the finer points of his .
He's inherited the linebacker spot from Buddy Curry, who
now starts for the Atlanta Falcons. Curry held the position
for four seasons, and while Shaffer admits comparisons
between the two are inevitable, he knows he needs more
experience before he reaches Curry's caliber.
"1 need to try to be more like him," Shaffer says. The
things he did at the snap of the ball were real important, and
they enabled him to get to the ball. He reads the plays real
well. That just takes experience.
"The first game of the year, against Furman, I really didn't
know what was going on. 1 was just out there, and against
Texas Tech in the first half I was getting blocked. But as the
game went along I started getting more and more
A business administration major, Shaffer attended
Episcopal High in Alexandria, Va.; however, he grew up in
Durham as the son of Tar Heel All-America basketball
player Lee Shaffer Sr.
Shaffer Sr. played on Carolina's 1957 NCAA '
championship basketball team. He's 41 now, and Lee says he
can still go to the hoop. Brother Dean is a 6-foot-4 freshman
UNC basketball player. Brother David, a 6-7 senior at
Jordan High in Durham, may be the best athlete in the
family, Lee says.
And then there's 1 1-year-old sister Marel, who is one of
the state's better tennis players in her age group. Balls and
rackets have never been hard to find around the Shaffer
"It is interesting that since I was in mite-league and church
, league basketball, all the stories read, 'Lee Shaffer, son of
All-America,'" Shaffer says. "But that doesn't bother me the
"I grew up with my father, and we've always played '
basketball with him and done everything with him. He never
really pushed me into athletics. It just turned out that we're
all athletes. There's no pressure."
...comes from an athletic family
Lee says he didn't even like organized sports before he left
home. It was his decision to go away to school at Episcopal.
He played church-league basketball, but says real fun for him
was a game of tackle football with the boys in the back yard.
"My temperament is more catered to football. I love to hit
people on the field. I love the sport, the contact. 1 think most
football players feel that way."
Denny Marcin, who coordinates Carolina's defense, says,
"The quality that he does have is that he is a football player.
The previous two years, he always seemed to be near the
football when he entered the game." -
Shaffer's build resembles Curry's, though Marcin says he
needs to develop more strength. Curry was best known for
covering the entire field, which was possible because of his
speed and quickness.
"A lot of schools are going for the fast linebackers,"
Shaffer says. "The pros are going for that now. You really
don't see that many macho-man linebackers anymore."
Shaffer says he is looking forward Jto Saturday's game in
Kenan Stadium against Maryland. He notes the Tar Heels
haven't played well in two losses to the Terps in 1978 and
1979 but are seeking to change that.
A victory over Maryland would be a birthday present for
Shaffer, who will be 21 Saturday. And playing time furthers
the education of Lee Shaffer Jr., football player.
Some 1o1g closed for football parkin
Ey NORMAN CANNADA
Maryland football coach Jerry Claiborne says that if he could
predict the outcome of Saturday's UNC-Maryland game, he
would be working in another profession.
"If I knew that I'd be a professional bookie," Claiborne said in
a telephone interview Thursday. "They make a lot more
money than football coaches do."
Claiborne seems to have been doing the right things so far this
season. Going into Saturday's contest with the Tar Heels, the
Terrapins are 3-0 and ranked 18th in the latest Associated Press
polL Last Saturday, Maryland overcame a tough opponent,
taking a 14-1 1 win at West Virginia.
"Anytime you win, that has to be a positive thing," Claiborne
said. "We moved the ball pretty well and, had some good,
consistent drives. But there were also some times when we had
good drives and didn't get any points out of jt."
Maryland has been criticized as a team that relies heavily on
defense. Claiborne, however, denied the notion.
"I think we have a good football team offensively, defensively
and in pur specialties," he said. "A good football team has to
stress all phases of the game because it takes all phases to win a
The Maryland coach added that a low-sccring game did not
"Actually, I don't care how many points we have as lotig as we
have more points than our opponents do. If they have two points
and we have three, that's fine with me. The only thing that
counts in the end is which team is on top."
Although' he wouldn't say how he thought Saturday's game
with thd No. 14 Tar Heels would be played, Claiborne said he
expected it to be close.
"It's going to be a tough football garne," he said. "Both teams
hrt v crMent programs a nd it's also the first conference game."
With both teams ranked in the nation's Tcp 20, many have
billed Saturday's match-up as the Atlantic Coast Conference
title game, even though it is the first conference encounter for
" This is just one of cur conference games," Cbibcrne said.
"There's no way it can be called the title game. There art a let of
good teams in the conference who can win it, and we're still
going to have five conference games left after this one."
The M ary land coach was, however, happy that the Terps were
nationally ranked this week for the first time this season.
"I'm glad that people think enough cf us to rank us and I hope
they want to rank us after we've played Carolina on Saturday,"
he said. "We're very proud to It ranked, just as Carolina should
be proud to have been ranked all year."
To beat the Tar Heels, Claiborne said the Terps would have to
give their best performance cf the season.
"We'll certainly have to play better than v.c have in cur first
three games, because Carolina is the best team that we've
played." " ' - -!
In preseason and in the first two regular season games,
.Carolina coaches and players have constantly been asked sbcut
the inexperience and weakness of the defensive backfield. The
Terps, according to Claiborne, have not seen such a weakness.
"(Steve) Streatcr and (Tyrcss) Bratton are both seniors and I
can't see how anyone can call them inexperienced," he said. "As
far as I can see, Carolina doesn't seem to have a weakness
NOTES: Carolina offensive guard Ron Wootcn is expected to
play against Maryland, but he probably will not start. Wocten is
bothered by a pulled muscle in his leg. He suffered a iprained
ankle in the Texas Tech gamc.Noseguard Paul Davis should
play, but Jack Parry will get the starting nod. Davis sprained an
ankle against Furman.
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Parking will be prohibited on several
campus lots during home football
games this fall, UNC Assistant Athletic
Director Joe Hilton said Thursday.
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and North Carolina Memorial Hospital.
The left side of the Ramshead
parking lot, behind Morrison Residence
Hall.- ' ' - -
The Bell Tower parking lot.
Stadium Drive between Teague
Residence Hall and N.C. Highway 54.
Highway 54 parking lot below
Varsity tennis court area.
Ram Lot at Kenan Stadium and the
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