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Taylor feels TarXIecIo don't get enough respect
Dy DAVID POOLE
Ass'itasl Sjortt Editor
Lawrence Taylor feels that North
Carolina football is a lot like Rodney
Darerfield. No matter what the Tar '
Heels do, they just don't get no
'I don't think that a lot cf people
are takin us seriously," Taylor said
Tuesday. "The Atlantic Coast
Conference has been known for
mediocre football and I think that
Oklahoma will probably be sleeping a
Sleeping while on the same field with
Taylor, a 6-foot-3, 237-pound senior
from Williamsburg, Va., might be bad
for an opposing team's health. The
hard-hitting outside linebacker is
called Filthy McNasty by some of his
teammates, and one writer has
described his play by comparing Taylor
to !"Godzi!ia at feeding time."
Taylor says he's ready for the game
with Oklahoma and that he's not
surprised Carolina is rated a six-point
underdog despite being sixth in both
pc;ls, 10 spots ahead of the Sooners.
The ACC has been down so long
th4t we can't expect to go in and play a
powerhouse like Oklahoma and be
favored," Taylor said.
"They're known for good
football," he added. ."Besides, I like
being the underdog. You can't be
capght sleeping if you're the underdog.
It would make a win that much
Taylor said that Oklahoma . vs.
Carolina is the biggest game in which
he has played but that the contest may
ncjt be as big as many fans perceive.
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'i"n ''' 1 j 1 111 ' i - ." ' FTn3 . - r.
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"We've heard talk about Oklahoma
ever since people found out they were
on our schedule," he said. "I think the
students are more excited about the
game than we are.
"I don't think that one game will
make or break our season, though. We
just want to play well and not give
them the game. If they win, they'll
have to play well.
"It's a relief that the game is finally
here," he said. "We had to go week by
week and that's hard when you have
something like this game down the
road. If you let yourself look past
something, though, whatever's in your
face can jump up and smack the mess
out of you."
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I t 1 I ' M I J 111
Taylor sees the battle with the
Sooners as a game in which the Tar
Heels could gain national respect.
Despite the Heels' strength in the polls
this year, Taylor feels the team hasn't
been recognized as a national power.
This, he feels, is Carolina's big chance.
"Every game is important to us,"
Taylor said. "This can be a
steppingstone to what we want. We
want to be No. 1, because no one
remembers who the No. 6 team in the
nation was. To become No. 1, you
have to have people recognize you, and
this is a game in which we can get some
national attention." .
If Oklahoma indeed knows little
about the Tar Heels, a quick scan of
the UNC defensive statistics should be
enough to cause a little scare. Through
seven games the Tar Heels have
allowed only 39 points and just 538
yards net rushingboth figures among
the nation's best. Taylor said the
Carolina defense might be the key
factor in this week's game.
"I think the game will be mostly our
defense against their offense," he said.
"I know our offense is capable of
putting some points on the board. If
our defense can hold their offense, we
Taylor said the Tar Heels will do
battle for themselves first, but that
Carolina also will be carrying the ACC
banner with them as they play the
nationally known Sooners.
"We have to. win respect for
ourselves first," he said. 'But we are
also working for the ACC. The Big
Eight is a great football conference,
but not every team in the conference is
good. We'll just have to re-educate
them about ACC football."
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2. UCLA (8) 6-0-0 1,222
3. Notre Dame 6-0-0 1.141
4. Georgia 7-0-0 M05
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16. Oklahoma 4-2-0 310
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18. Michigan 5-2-0 135
19. So. Methodist 5-2-0 131
20. Purdue 5-2-0 . 90
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.General encouragement? Let's beat
the Sooners? No.
"The letters have been specific things
about players and coaches," Crurn said.
The letters obviously have been
written by members of the Muskogee
chapter of the UNC Alumni
Crum said not. "They are just people
living in Oklahoma who don't like
The Sooners, like UNC's opponent
last week, East Carolina, run the
wishbone offense. Crum said OU's
version poses more problems with
quarterback J.C. Watts and halfback
David Overstreet heading a fleet of
"While Oklahoma runs the wishbone,
they use a little different concept.
Oklahoma uses more motion with it.
The quarterback is a very key man. He
will run the ball."
While Watts has ' rushed for 303
yards third best behind Overstreet and
Study in France!
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Stanley Wilson he has completed
24-of-52 passes for 563 yards and two .
touchdowns. "They do a nice job of
disguising the pass until the last
minute," Crum said. "They lull you to
Crum also talked about the bowl
situation. He said he thought the
Sooners would have to beat Nebraska to
go to the Orange Bowl, which annually
includes the Big Eight champion.
As far as Carolina's chances of getting
a bid to a major bowl, he said, "We
could win the game and not go to a
major bowl. I don't think the game is
going to determine whether we go to a
major bowl or not."
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