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... UNC punter was top Tar Heej rusher Saturday
Dy CLIFTON BARNES
DTH Sports Editor
Coach Dick Crum was not disappointed with the way the No.
3 Tar Heel football team played in its 31-13 loss to South
And why not? The adversity-plagued Tar Heels won almost
every statistical battle but lost the war.
So why did UNC lose? Because the Gamecocks scouts had the
Tar Heel defense pegged. They knew virtually everything the
defensive team was going to do and they utilized it to its fullest.
"South Carolina had six games to evaluate us,M said outside
linebacker Calvin Daniels. "They definitely picked some
Weaknesses?. Fans and opponents thought there were none.
"Yes, there are weaknesses," Daniels said. "A good coaching
staff picks those things up. They found some key to what
defense we were in."
So the secret is out as are about seven or eight Tar Heels. In
juries caught up with the team Saturday.
Except for the big loss of tailback Kelvin Bryant UNC had
stayed fairly healthy. But all that has changed. Defensive backs
Greg Poole and Darryl Lucas, doubtful because of injuries, were
forced into duty because of more injuries.
Quarterback Rod Elkins went out. Safety Bin Jackson went
out. Offensive tackle Mike Marr left. Defensive tackle Jack Parry
left as did tailback savior Tyrone Anthony.
Linebacker Lee Shaffer did not play at all. And hurting Dar
rell Nicholson left his linebacking position when he re-sprained
But the players did not use that as an excuse for the loss.
"None of us are really rookies in the secondary anymore,"
defensive back Walt Black said. "We all work together well in
practice so we feel any of our euys can Dlav.
"They didn't show us anything we haven't seen," he said.
"They were just calling the right pattern at the right'time."
Many times the Gamecocks left the tight ends in to block on
passing plays and sometimes even kept the backs in to block,
giving quarterback Gordon Beckham lots of time.
One play, South Carolina sent out only one receiver and he
caught the pass as Beckham packed a bag lunch with his extra
"We didn't put enough pressure on them," Nicholson said.
Black said that you had to accept the fact that some passes
were going to be caught in the type of pass defense the Tar Heels
have. "They were just catching us in the medium coverage," he
On almost every play South Carolina sent a man deep to
spread out the coverage and left a soft spot 5 to 10 yards off the
ball. That's where the loss of linebacker Shaffer was a telling
Shaffer had been making the big plays in the medium to short
coverage range all year Jong.
As far as the Tar Heel offense is concerned, when the punter is
your leading rusher you know you're in trouble. Jeff Hayes fak
ed two punts on the day the second going 70 yards for a
But North Carolina was still in the game even in the fourth
quarter until one of many mistakes, a fumbled punt by Sammy
Johnson, took the Tar Heels out.
Johnson made no excuses. "We were close to coming back
several times but the momentum kept going to them," he said.
Reserve quarterback Scott Stankavage played respectably as
he went 16 of 35 for 1 81 yards and one touchdown in helping the
Tar Heels to a 381 to 361 total yard advantage. But he also threw
Volleyball at N.C. State, 7 p.m.
Field Hockey vs. Clemson at Charlotte, 4 p.m.
Soccer team slips, slides to 2-0 victory
for Md. game
Seven UNC football players are
listed as either doubtful or ques
tionable for Saturday's North Carolina-Maryland
game, UNC Sports In
formation Director Rick Brewer said
UNC quarterback Rod Elkins heads
the list of Tar Heel casualties. Elkins,
who suffered a sprained ankle last
Saturday against South Carolina is
listed as doubtful for the game. Line
backer Darrell Nicholson, defensive
tackle Jack Parry and strong safety
Bill Jackson also suffered ankle
sprains and are doubtful for the game
with the Terps. Offensive tackle Mike
Marr is also listed as doubtful in
Saturday's contest. Marr re-injured
his knee against the Gamecocks.
Tailback Tyrone Anthony, who
pulled a muscle against South
Carolina and linebacker Lee Shaffer,
who suffered a thigh bruise against
N.C. State two weeks ago are listed as
Brewer said Anthony had the best
chance of starting Saturday although
"they haven't ruled any of them out."
Earlier in the year, Anthony replaced
Kelvin Bryant who has missed the last
three games with a knee injury and
may be out for the season.
By LINDA ROBERTSON
Assistant Sports Editor.
On a muddy and rain-soaked Fetzer
Field, the UNC men's soccer team sloshed
and slid its way to a 2-0 victory over
Maryland Monday. "
The Tar Heels, coming from a loss to
Central Florida a week ago, raised their
record to 14-3 and disposed of their se
cond Atlantic Coast Conference oppo
nent of the season.
Mike Fiocco opened the scoring when
he lofted a penalty kick into the corner of
the net with just over 17 minutes left in
the first period.
Late in the second half, sophomore
Robert Kelly scored when he took a side-,
line pass from Tony Johnson and slipped
it past the Maryland goalie, who muffed
the ball and watched it roll into the net.
Freshman Larry Goldberg played in
goal for Geoff Drayton, who was out
with a hip pointer. Goldberg had 10 saves.
"I didn't know I was playing until the
last minut," Goldberg said. "But I really
didn't have too much to do today because
the fullbacks really shut down Maryland."
Kelly scored for the tenth time this sea
son. Two of those goals have been game
"We carved open lots of , scoring
chances for ourselves, but we just weren't
converting," Kelly said. "We really out
played them, but didn't get the goals."
UNC assistant coach Kip Ward said
Carolina played fair in the first half and
just good enough to win in the second.
He also pointed out that Maryland was in
a transition period under a new coach.
"We seemed somewhat disoriented in
the second half," Ward said. "There was
not much continuity between our attack
and defense. We weren't stringing passes
well or maintaining possession and con
sequently the game was kind of a loss
regain match. We could' ve put them
away much earlier."
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Golf coach says the problem is mental
By SCOTT PRICE
DTH Staff Writer
What we have here is a mental problem.
It comes down to this: the fall men's
golf schedule, in the scheme of national
competition, is not important.
As a result, the Tar Heels have not been
placing well this fall, the latest example a
ninth-place finish at the Andy Bean
Greenlefe Invitational in Orlando, coach
Devon Brouse said.
"It comes back to fall golf not being
important Brouse said.. "U helps ex-perience-va.se,.iuJUl
mentally lip." 1
In men's golf, spring is the most impor
tant part of the year. All national rankings
are based on the spring showing and the
fall tournaments are just tune-ups.
The danger lies in the golfers' hopes of
peaking at the right time. If they fail to
gear up in the fall, perhaps the mental
sharpness will not be there in the spring,
"In fall college golf, subconsiously the
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eam rouSi"ths falh awlrfinished lowest
aga&iui OrianUo with' a sixth-place 221:
But even Spelman was not as sharp as
he could be this weekend and the team
followed suit.. Todd McGrew finished
with a 228, John Inman turned in 230,
Billy Williford took a 233, and Mike West
rounded out the three-day totals with a
237, (Florida won the tournament and
Tennessee took second).
"We've got a good team, potentially as
good as any we've ever had here," Brouse
said. "The showing this weekend is due, I
think, to the mental sharpness that we
Brouse said, in a game that is 90 per
cent mental, he may have a lack of mental
sharpness as he prepares for the fall tour
naments. ..... ,.
"Maybe subconsiously, I'm not playing
them to the fullest," he said. "A major
portion may be my fault."
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