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quarter, backup quarterback Grey Gregory's
pass was intercepted on the Carolina 18-yard
line by UNC defensive back Jay Faulkner,
who ran it in for an 82-yard touchdown. It
was called back because of a clipping penalty
against the Tar Heels.
"We've got to work on the same old
things," defensive tackle Rod Broadway
said. "We said before the game we were
going to jump on them real fast. We didn't
get off to a good start. We knew they would
play like that as long as we'd let them." he
said of the first Richmond drive that stopped
with the fumble.
Johnson was effective Saturday while
adjusting to the tailback position. He bulled
ahead for 67 yards on 19 carries and one
Carolina, now 1-1 on the young season,
travels to Evanston, 111., this Saturday to
meet the Northwestern Wildcats, who the
Tar Heels handled easily last year 12-0.
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disappointed in our punt returns from the
standpoint that we would get a good return
and then get moved back because of a
On two consecutive returns in the second
quarter, Carolina was penalized because of a
Stan Lancaster hold and a Rick Downs clip.
The clipping penalty nullified Mel Collins's
return inside Richmond territory and gave
UNC the ball at its own 26.
And even though Downs was naughty on
that one play, the freshman linebacker was a
terror on the other specialty teams. He made
one solo tackle and assisted on four others,
all on a total of 1 2 plays eight kickoffs and
The specialty teams make an excellent
proving ground for young players like
Downs. Those 25 to 30 plays a game give
freshmen and sophomores an opportunity to
show their coaches just what they're made of.
"I knew we had good linebackers when 1
came here," Downs said. "So, I didn't expect
to come right in and start. The specialty
teams give me a chance to play and prove
Starting sophomore linebacker Buddy
Curry made excellent use of his spot on the
kicking teams last year. By the sixth game he
was first team defense after chasing down
punts and kickoffs the first half of the
"Playing on the specialty teams for five
games gave him a chance to get on the field,"
said assistant coach Al Groh, who directs the
kickoff coverage teams and the punt return
team. "By the sixth game, he had some field
Groh noted that despite the danger and
the obscurity of specialty teamers, the
positions aren't as hated as they used to be.
Obviously the focal spot of the kicking
game is the kicker himself. Carolina's kicker,
Tom Biddle,. kicked three field goals in four
attempts Saturday. His third one, a 46
yarder, set a personal standard for length
and a school mark for most career three
pointers. "When I relax I don't have trouble kicking
the ball," the senior said. "But sometimes I'll
tighten up and miss one. That's what
happened on a couple of kickoffs.
Sometimes 1 just try too hard and take my
eye off the ball.
B-ball meeting set
Any woman interested in playing varsity
or jayvee basketball this winter is urged to
attend an organizational meeting at 4 p.m.
Wednesday in 304 Woollen.
Why pay more?
Free session for low-cost
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night, 7:30 p.m., 302
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Uonoav. beniftiritifcr ly. 1H77 The Daily Tar Heel 5
Officials never get a fair shake
Tar Heel fullback Billy Johnson barrelled for 67 yards rushing on 19 attempts,
including a touchdown, in Saturday's 31-0 win over Richmond. Staff photo by Fred
If it's good, no one ever sees it. It it's had.
everyone sees it and blames it for something.
Officials always get booed when they do
something that doesn't agree with the fans.
That's half the fun of going to a football
Carolina has not met with great officiating
this season. Against Kentucky, poor
officiating could have made the diflerenee in
the outcome. Against Richmond Saturday,
poor officiating could have made some
difference had the game been close.
Midway through the second quarter
Saturday, a punt by Johnny 1 lam Irom the
Carolina .'X hit the ground and as rolling in
Carolina's lax or tovxard the Richmond goal.
But an official hit the hall with his leg.
slowing down its bounce and knocking il
dead at the Richmond 2.V
Later in the quarter, a halfback pass Irom
tailback Amos Lawrence to Jim R ousc dox n
the left side was on the money. Rouse, who
was looking back oxer his shoulder at the
hall, ran into the same olficial. causing
Rouse to break his stride and allowing the
ball to drop on the ground.
"I told the official he had to work on his
agility." I'NC coach Hill loolex said alter
the game. "I'm glad it wasn't a tight hall
game. But. things like this do happen."
By GENE UPCHURCH
would mind please
wax ." I )oolex said.
I he ollicial did conic oxer and apologize
"1 asked him it he
try ing to get (Hit ol the
"He said he'd try "
Also during the game. Carolina was
penalied lor haxmg an illegal receixer
doxxnfield. s all the lans sal in the stands
scratching then heads. Dooley and one ol
the officials had a discussion.
"Me told me No. 21 was downticld."
Dooley said Ol course, that's x inghack Mel
Collins, who is supposed to catch passes.
" I hex explained that he had lined up too lar
into the line. I hey said il a w inghack lined up
too lar. he was a lineman. I hat concerned
me because he's not a lineman "
Saturday's game ball was gicn to
delensixe tackle Rod Broadway's lather,
who was seeing his son play lor the first time.
He's been ill tor sexeral years. Broadway
said, and a stroke has lelt him paralyzed on
the left side,
Also, one of his legs has been
I oni Biddle. Carolina's place kicker, set a
record Saturday for the most field goals
kicked in a career at Carolina.
II is three field goals Saturday gixe him 22
kicks through the uprights while at Carolina
and breaks the record held by Don Hartig.
who kicked at Carolina from 1967-69.
Oneol his field goals against Richmond
a 46-yarder was the longest of his career.
"I knew it was through when I hit it." he
said alter the game. 'The snap was good, it
was held just right and 1 hit it just inthc right
spot. It lelt good when I hit it."
Biddle is kicking w ith a brand new ball this
year, too, He caused a mild uproar last year
w hen he kicked with an old ball. It was legal
to do that as long as it contained the right
amount of pressure, hut some people
thought that since it was older, and maybe
soltcr. he shouldn't be allowed to use it.
UNC-W rallies for 6-3 soccer win
Carolina's baseball and women's golf
teams had successful weekends, but things
didn't go as well for the UNC soccer team.
The baseball team took a win and a tie at
East Carolina Friday night before sweeping
a doubleheader Saturday night from UNC
Wilmington in Boshamer Stadium.'
The golfers eased ahead of Duke and
Wake Forest by two strokes to take first
place in the rain-shortened Duke
The soccer team, leading at UNC-W M
with nine minutes to play, allowed the
Seahawks to score five straight goals during
the remainder of regulation play and
overtime, taking a 6-3 victory.
"The momentum just switched," UNC
Head Soccer Coach Anson Dorrance said.
"They were ecstatic because they had driven
us into the overtime period. They fought
hard for the win. But the game was ours, so it
was a bad loss in that respect."
Sean Naber, Butch Bernard and Dick
Drayton accounted for UNC's three goals.
Dorrance also credited freshman John
Fernandez and sophomore Glenn Harris
with good games.
Carolina hosts powerful Rollins next
Saturday on Fetzer Field.
The baseballers used balanced pitchings
and aggressive hitting Saturday night in their
2-0, 11-4 sweep. Blaine Smith pitched the
opening victory, which was aided by three
UNC-W errors, while the Heels collected 13
hits in. the nightcap, Jim Atkinson led the
hitting with a 4-for-4 performance while Bill
Muser collected the win.
Extra innings are not allowed in fall play,
so the 4-4 tie in the opener at ECU stood.
Roy Clark's homer and Greg Robinson's 2-for-4
outing led to a 4-1 win in the second
"The key to our success at this point is the
tremendous attitude of our team. They want
to improve. We want to win these fall games,
but when we don't we'll see areas that we can
improve on in practice," UNC Head Coach
Mike Roberts said.
"We're hitting real good considering that
we have only practiced for three weeks. Our
hitting is very aggressive after just four
Carolina hosts Louisburg at 7 p.m.
UNC's No. 1 seeded women's golfer.
Stephanie Kornegay. was the medalist for
the tournament, winning by one stroke. "I
was lucky to win." Kornegay said. "1 played
real well; I just didn't putt well "
Cathy Graham and Janet Haire turned in
the lowest scores and finished tied lor fifth
behind three golfers knotted for second
Haire also had trouble with the greens. "1
missed thiee birdie putts from under fixe
feet. They just rimmed out." she said.
The team travels to Virginia to play
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