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Nonh Carolina football coach Dick
Crum says the biggest injury his team
suffered in a 41-7 loss to Oklahoma last
Saturday isn't something that can be
treated by conventional medicine.
"Normally when you're defeated that
badly, about half your people come out
of the game in ambulances," Crura told
reporters Tuesday at his weekly news
conference. "But the most serious injury
we had was a bruised ego."
v The Tar Heels had a long afternoon at
Norman's Owen Field as the Sooners
ran for 495 yards against the vaunted
Carolina defense and bounced UNC
from the undefeated ranks.
Dut there was no mourning at Crum's
news conference, and no one was making,
any excuses. Businesslike has become a
catch-phrase arouncl Kenan Fieldhouse
this year and it was business as usual for
Crum and his players Tuesday.
"The Oklahoma game is over with
now," tight end Shelton Robinson said.
"Now, wc haye to prepare for Clemson.
The most important thing right now is
winning the Atlantic Coast
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"1 don't think the Oklahoma game
was the most important game of our
season," Crum said. "Our conference
games are much more important."
"Crum brushed aside the first loss of
the season much as he had brushed aside
the seven preceding wins. Crum said the
Sooners were able to defeat Carolina so
soundly because of their great execution.
"Oklahoma operated the wishbone as
effectively as that offense can be run,"
he said. "They have such great speed
that the linemen don't have to hold the
blocks long before they're by you."
"The thought that came was 'How
can these people have two losses,' " he
added. "They could have beaten just
about anybody in the country
As a result of the loss, Crum and the
Tar Heels are now faced with the
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challenge of bouncing back against
Clemson, a team Carolina hasn't beaten
, since 1976. The teams played to a tie in
1977 and Clemson has won the last two
"Clemson has been having ups and
' downs," Crum said. "They've settled
down and the defense is a typical
Clemson defense. We'll have to come
back and play a very solid football
" We're not going to let one game get
us down," Robinson said. "We'll be
ready to play and we'll just try to go out
and play like we did in our first seven
Crum said Tiger quarterback Homer
Jordan is the key to the Tiger offense.
"He has more speed than any of the
I-formation quarterbacks we've faced."
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As for the prospect of entering
Clemson Memorial Stadium, fondly
referred to as "Death Valley," Crum
feels his team won't be intimidated.
"Anytime you get involved with
playing games with the crowd, you can't
win," Crum said. "It upsets your team
and adds fuel to'the flame."
"The Oklahoma crowd was pretty
noisy," Tyress Eratton 'said. "Clemson
can be loud, too, but I don't think it will
"Anytime you lose like we did, it
hurts your pride," Bratton added. "You
just want to play another game."
"The chance to be 1 1-0 is behind us
now," Robinson said. "We just have to
fight our hardest now to be 10-1."
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Irish iVo 1 in poll; j
UNC tumbles to 14th 1
From wire rt;?art3
The Fighting Irish cf Nctre Dzrr.z
replaced Alabama as the No. I tern in
this week's Associated Press cc!!?;e
football poll, while North Carolina
dropped from sixth to 14th fcHowir.s
its 41-7 loss to Oklahoma.
Notre Dame's climb to the top
ended Alabama's seven-week stay at
No. 1. The Crimson Tide wss dfczted
6-3 Saturday by Mississippi Stale.
Georgia, which defeated South
Carolina 13-10, is at No. 2, followed
by Florida State, Southern Ca!,
Nebraska, Alabama, Ohio State,
UCLA, Pittsburgh and Perm State.
Notre Dame and Georgia are the
only unbeaten, united teams left in
Division I. Southern Cal is 6-0-1.
.Oklahoma tops the second 10,
followed by Michigan, Brigham
Young, North Carolina, South
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N0VE!,!BER 12, 1980
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Ncrth CsrcHr.2 men's soccer
.t;:m bcks to rebound from Saturday's
4-0 vzzt less to N.C. State and to
rcrr.iin in the running fcr an NCAA bid
v.'.:;n it t'kes cn William II h!iry at 3
p.m. tcliy t Fctzer Field.
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At one point eirly in the s;ascn the
Indians were ranked 11th in the nation,
hhcu;h they dropped recently.
The Tar Heels stand 15-3-1 overall
and 2-1-1 in the Atlantic Coast
Conference. Coach Anson Dorrance
said the loss to State won't eliminate
Carolina from title hopes.
"The ACC is still up for grabs,"
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