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Crum says Flutie may be unstoppable
The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, September 19, 19845
By FRANK KENNEDY
North Carolina coach Dick Crum
isn't so sure that Boston College
quarterback Doug Flutie can be
But Flutie, the All-American passing
sensation of the Eagles who is one of
the top Heisman trophy candidates,
may have to be cooled down at the very
least if the Tar Heels are to defeat B.C.
this Saturday in Foxboro, Mass.
"There's no magic formula to stop
ping Flutie," Crum said Tuesday at his
weekly press conference. 44 About the
best you can do is slow him down. I
don't know that anybody has stopped
Crum said that Flutie, who has
completed 41 of 69 passes for 584 yards
in two games this year, will be quite
a test for the Tar Heels young defense.
"Flutie's long suit is running out of
the pocket," Crum said. "When he starts
to scramble, that's when he gets his big
Flutie will be facing a defense that
allowed Navy 456 yards, including 222
in the air, in last Saturday's 33-30 loss.
But Crum said UNC learned a lot from
that loss, and will be prepared this week.
A lot of people blamed the defense
for that game, but let me tell you
something," Crum said. "One (Navy)
drive was only 20 yards, and that came
after an offensive turnover. The other
(a 60-yard bomb with 2:24 remaining
that decided the game) was a gift from
the man upstairs. Those things will
happen. But you take away those 14
points, and they have 19 points total."
Crum said he thought the UNC
secondary played well Saturday. "Those
guys were really hustling around the
ball. We had iwo interceptions and
opportunities for two more."
Crum said he doesn't plan to change
the defensive scheme to counter Flutie's
threat. "We cant change the whole
defense this week. We're so young that
well have kids who wont even know
what to do. We Ve just got to implement
our current defense."
Boston College is a mature, talented
team, Crum said, noting that 14-15
seniors will be in the Eagles' starting
lineup. He said that UNC must not enter
the game thinking that Flutie is the
"You cant underestimate either of
their running backs," he said. "They
may be the kind of guys who can sneak
up on you."
Crum is not looking to any major
changes in the UNC offensive scheme,
either, as both Kevin Anthony and
Mark Maye will receive a good deal
of playing time.
Against Navy, Anthony played the
first three series, then Maye came in
for two. On the game, Anthony out
played Maye 1 1 series to four. But Crum
emphasized that such figures could
change depending on the course of a
"I don't know how long well continue
to alternate," he said. "I was comfor
table with it last week. It didn't make
any difference who was in the game.
They both had mistakes, but they're
smart enough that they wont make
Crum said he is still optimistic about
the season, and added that this team
has capabilities he has not seen since
he came to UNC. "We were able to go
into a post pattern and get the ball there.
The receivers made some excellent
catches, some of the best since IVe been
Field hockey holds off Devils for win
- . . A 1 1
By DAVID WELLS
Keeping with tradition, Duke pes
tered North Carolina's field hockey
team for two aggressive halves Tuesday
night on the Astroturf field, but the Taj
Heels prevailed 2-0 and dealt the Blue
Devils their first loss.
"Duke always plays its best game
against us," Coach Karen Shelton said.
Judith Jonckheer and Louise Hines
each scored a goal for UNC, now 6
1 and ranked No. 8 in the nation. The
Tar Heels lost to No. 3 Northwestern
2-1 on Saturday but defeated Michigan
State 5-0 on Sunday.
Jonckheer gave UNC the lead with
27:32 left in the first half against Duke,
5-1, as she slapped a penalty corner into
the top left section of the goal. Sandy
Smith provided the assist.
Despite several opportunities to score
through the rest of the half, Duke's
defence misplayed penalty corners by
UNC and held the Tar Heels scoreless.
"There were two teams going at it hard,"
Shelton said, "and a lot of people went
for the ball and only got a piece of it."
Several stick obstructions resulted
from the heated action. Since the Tar
Heels controlled the ball offensively for
most of the evening, they attempted 29
penalty corners but converted just one
But early in the second half, Jonck
heer drove a shot from the left corner
that was stopped by a Duke player's
foot, denying a sure goal. A free shot
resulted, and Louise Hines hit the seven
yard drive to put UNC up 2-0 with 28:57
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penalty corner attempts, but had
difficulty stopping the ball, which is
required before the shot.
Duke got off four shots compared
to 37 for UNC. The Blue Devils did
have a superb opportunity to score late
in the first half when Barbie Botsch
slipped through the Tar Heel defense,
but her shot was wide to the left. Shelton
was mildly upset with some of the
referees' protective calls.
The Tar Heels scored a third goal
on a slap in by Jonckheer from the right
corner, but the referee disallowed it,
calling it a "dangerous shot."
"On the national or international
level," Shelton said, "the goal probably
would have counted.
Hines' goal gave her a team-high of
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