Tuesday, August 30, 1977 The Da-ly Tar Heel 5
Wake Forest MacDougald
'determined jo do better'
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MacDougald left a small, 1-A high school in
Maxton, N.C. last year and went to Wake
Forest, he brought with him something the
Wake football program had been lacking
MacDougald did not start for Wake
Forest until the sixth game of the season
which was against Clemson. But he picked
up 249 yards rushing in that game and ended
the season with 1018 yards.
MacDougald does not give the impression
of the stereotypical football player. He is not
big as football players go (5-9, 190) and
speaks in a quiet, low-key manner.
"There's an electricity in the air here this
year," MacDougald, now a sophomore,
says. "Last year, we made mistakes. This
year, we've got that behind us. We're
determined to do better."
The success of the Wake football program
this year could depend in part upon
MacDougald's individual success. His 232
carries last season is more than half the total
number of Wake rushing attempts. And he
rushed for all but 696 of the Deacons' total
MacDougald is able to pick up yardage
when other backs might be stopped short.
He has an amazing ability to bounce off
would-be tacklers and keep his feet on the
ground for extra yardage.
But, as larger defensive men start to
concentrate on stopping MacDougald, his
effectiveness as a potential threat could be
"I was a marked man last year in several
conference games," he says. "But we must
find out what we have as a team, like other
ways to move the ball.
J Wake has a handful of fullbacks, starting
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who will be able to move the ball if
MacDougald needs a break.
"1. would like to see the fullback get the ball
more so he could be honored for his running
ability and not for blocking only."
MacDougald was not recruited highly by
colleges while he was in high school because
of his size, because of the small high school
he played for and the level of competition he
played against. Many coaches saw him play,
but thought that since he was playing against
140-pound tackles, college football might be
too brutal for him.
' "The level you play in high school doesn't
determine your ability to play in college,"
"He's been a pleasant surprise to us," says
Wake Coach Chuck Mills, himself probably
the most refreshing thing to happen to
college football since Gatorade.
"I'd be lying if 1 told you that 1 thought I
saw something in him that no one else saw,"
says Mills. "I didn't. I thought we had a good
back, but nothing of this caliber. I knew he
had talent, but we had to look at his
Mills is not hesitant to admit that the
Wake football plans are being made around
"We're going to give him that damned ball
as many times as we can and let him carry it
as long as he can hold up," he says. "But I
won't destroy a kid," he adds, hinting at
MacDougald's possible lack of durability.
"The physical abuse concerns me. I don't
know how well he will hold up."
MacDougald's presence will be felt by
other players on the field.
"We know he's there," says tight end
Randy Young. "The offensive line can open
holes for anybody and they can run through.
But he can take advantage of those times
when the line breaks down.
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