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an important part in the success ot the
Wildcat .offense Saturday afternoon
Carolina should have an edge if the game
is decided by the kicking game. Kentucky's
kicking game is suspect because ol
inexperience. Two senior walk-ons will be
punter and place-kicker, hut neither hae
had any varsity starting experience at those .
positions. Carolina has place-kicker I oin
Biddle who kicked a school record of 13 field
goals last season, and punter Johnny Elam.
Players on the Kentucky team might be
somewhat lackadaisical as they approach the
rematch against Carolina because ot the easy
time they had against the lar Heels on that
freezing December day in Atlanta.
"I said before the Peach Howl that the
winner would be at a disadvantage."
Kentucky coach Eran Curci said this week.
"That's just the way kids are. But our
preparation has been the same as it would be
for any opener. We're concerned with what
our team will do. I can sec fumbles, missed
field goals and penalties "
Curci said he plans to rim an offense
which Carolina lans should recognize
immediately: a ground game with a strong
"Sometimes he (L'NC coach Bill Dooley)
gets criticized lor it." Curci said ol the
Carolina ground attack. "But it's the type of
lootball that pays off lor you in the long
Curci said that it momentum has anything
to do w ith the outcome ol the game, the final
score could be noticeably different than in
the Peach Bow l. He said Kentucky got some
breaks in that game which affected the
outcome, such as an early Carolina
touchdown that was called back because a
player lined up offsides.
" I his one is going to come down to
something like that because mistakes
certainly can change the outlook." he said.
A capacity crowd ol nearly 58,000 is
expected for the game Saturday, with the
kickoff at 1:30 p.m. Carolina's team will fly
to Kentucky early this afternoon and will
have light practice at Commonwealth
Stadium later today.
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All-conference junior goalie Martin Trimble and Carolina's soccer team prepare for
the season opener this weekend against Western Carolina Saturday at 1 p.m. on the
Heels' strength this year, although he
feels there is also great potential in both
the line and the defense.
The schedule will be even tougher
than last year with the addition of
Appalachian State and Rollins, both of
which are usually nationally-ranked
teams, and small-college power
Campbell. In addition, in Dorrance's
estimation, the Atlantic Coast
Conference teams get better all the time,
so the conference competition will be
fierce. Perennial powerhouse Clemson
could be even better than last year, when
it finished fourth in the country.
"They should have been national
champions with the talent that they
had." Oorrance said. "This season I
don't think they're going to be much
weaker. It would take an incredible
upset to beat them, although that's
certainly one of our goals."
l.ast year the Heels were 9-5. but
stumbled in their last three games.
"We came into those last three games
with a fantastic year, because we had
just upset Maryland and we had already
negotiated a bid out of" that win to the
national tournament. All we had to do
in our remaining games was tie or beat
Duke and State, and we would have had
our bid. We went into the Duke game
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and outshot them 36-2 and lost 1-0. That
loss shattered our morals.
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shattered morale playing against a team
that was out to destroy us, and they did
destroy us (8-0). And because of those
two very embarrassing losses, we went
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and we lost in overtime.
"The trouble with the ACC in terms
of a soccer conference is that there are
only six teams; you lose one or two
games and that puts you in the cellar. It
would be much better of it were a home
and away series or if we played a
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"We're a stronger team than last year.
1 think we'll be winning a lot more
games. I think morale is good. But in
terms of predictions, it's really difficult
in our game. Give me a 42-game season,
and I'll tell you where we'll finish. But
give me a five-game season, and 1 can't
tell you if we'll finish first or last."
Students will be admitted to
Saturday's game with their l.D. card.
Admission for others is $2 and children
with Rainbow soccer shirts will be
admitted for $1.
Entries close for both tennis and
racquetball 5 p.m. Friday, and pay
checks are ready for all intramural
Play starts for both tennis and
racquetball Sept. 14.
All intramural football teams which
have make-up games should have their
intramural manager stop by the
intramural office and check the bulletin
board for the make-up schedule.
Football teams must now supply their
own football for games. Footballs may
be checked out in the basketroom in
Club football opens
The UNC club football team will
open its season at 8 p.m. Friday on the
Astroturf against Virginia
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