6 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, November 7, 1977
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Tar Heels, Tigers smooch to 13-13 tie
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With just over a minute to go yi the game,
trailing 13-10, the ball lying on theClemson
13-yard line and fourth down and five yards
to go for the first down, UNC coach Bill
Dooley had a decision to make. His Tar
Heels could risk going for the first down and
the win or, if the first down was missed, the
loss. Instead, he chose to send in placekicker
Tom Biddle for the 30-yard field goal
attempt, confident of securing at least a tie in
the conference. The conference title, rather
than a win or loss, was riding in the balance.
"There was never any question about what
to do," Dooley said. "The conference
standings like they are dictated what we did.
On fourth and short, it might-have been
different. But on fourth and five, we had to
go for the field goal."
Clyde Christensen substituted for Kupec,
who was injured on a sack early in the second
half, and directed the team to within field
goal range. The drive included two big plays
an 1 1-yard spring by game-leading rusher
Amos Lawrence and a 24-yard gallop by Bob
Loomis. But the offense stalled on the 13-
"I'm disappointed we couldn't win,'
Dooley said. "Our players are disappointed.
But we're not out of the ACC race. We have
two big rungs (Virginia and Duke) left on the
Both teams apparently were aware of the
importance of the game, and paid for their
anxiety with early offsides and delay of game
penalties. One penalty against Clemson at
the end of the first half for fighting was
assessed at the beginning of the second half
and Nigerian Obed Ariri, who stunned the
crowd in pregame warmups by kicking 61
yard field goals, was forced to kickoff from
his own 25-yard line.
Ariri got a chance to test his field goal
skills against the Tar Heels on a 63-yard
attempt,, but the try was short. Ariri had
kicked every point-after-touchdown he
attempted this season 17 but missed the
one after Clemson's second touchdown of
the afternoon, enabling Carolina to struggle
to the tie.
The game was. as billed, a defensive battle.
Carolina's first score was a field goal by
Biddle in the first quarter. Clemson had
stopped a Carolina drive and a 44-yard field
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goal attempt was short, but the Carolina
defense stopped an effort by Clemson and
trapped the Tigers deep in their own territory
when punter Tony Masone dropped the ball
and Carolina's Lawrence Taylor recovered it
on the Tiger five-yard line. Biddle's kick
came five plays later when the Tar Heel
offense moved the ball nowhere.
Clemson countered with a touchdown on
its second possession of the second quarter
with a quick 84-yard drive.
Carolina struck back like lightning when
tailback Lawrence streaked down the right
sidelines 59 yards for a touchdown.
A potentially game-winning run by
Lawrence down to the Clemson 10-yard line
in the third period was called back by
officials who spotted a Carolina lineman
Clemson scored early in the fourth
quarter, Ariri missed the extra point and the
scored was tied by Biddle near the end of the
"in no way am I going to say they had a
better team than we do or that they
outplayed us." Dooley said after the second
tie of his head coaching career.
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Carolina quarterback Matt Kupec hahds the ball off to tailback Amos Lawrence
during action in the UNC-Clemson game Saturday. Kupec suffered a severely
bruised shoulder in the game, and Lawrence rushed for 1 50 yards to lead the game in
rushing. Staff photo by Allen Jernigan.
Injuries to first-stringers give reserves a chance
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"1 was frightened a little," the lean 5-1 1 Vi,
160 pounder said. "1 had it in my mind all
week to be calm my first play, but it just
It was to Streater'sside of the field that the
big Steve Fuller to Warren Ratchford 21
yard play went on Clemson's go-ahead
touchdown drive in the fourth quarter. The
play put the ball on the Carolina two-yard
line, from which the Tigers scored three
"We were playing a one. and I backed
up." he said. "They hit the opening. It was
just a good play."
Christensen's situation had a different
twist to it he did not go in when starter
K upec was hurt, but only after P. J . Cay was
ineffective throughout the third quarter and
the first half of the fourth.
"When they played P. J.. I was hurt," he
said, quietly while siiting on a lockerroom
bench alter the game. "I was ready to go in
on the second series (after Kupec was
injured), since we(Gay and Christensen) had
been alternating all week."
Me didn't play the second series, or the
third either. When he finally got his chance
w ith 6: 12 to play, he took the team from the
Carolina 18 to the Clemson 13 before Tom
Biddle kicked the tying field goal.
"1 wasn't in the frame of mind to take the
team all the way," he said. "The coaches
didn't tell me anything special, just 'go in.' I
was in there as a last resort, it seemed. It
really took the pressure off me.
Christensen. w ho transferred her last year
from Fresno (Calif.) City Junior College but
sat out the season as a redshirt. indicated he
had been having second thoughts about
"I've been so discouraged," he said. "I just
want to contribute to the team. 1 only played
one play at State, one series against Wake,
one play against South Carolina and none
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"Sure, I'm human. I've second-guessed my
decision a little bit."
He was asked if he'd rather have gone to a
smaller school where he might have played
"I don't know about a smaller school," he
answered, "but maybe a different school."
For now, however, Christensen, like
Streater, wants to help Carolina to the ACC
championship. The next step comes this
week at Virginia.
"I'm not going to expect anything,"
Christensen said with regard to a possible
starting opportunity. "Sure, I'm going to
become anxious, and 1 want to start."
Streater's attitude is simple enough: "If
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B golf team
The UNC B-team golfers came from seven
shots back to win the Methodist College B
Tournament in Fayetteville, Thursday and
Freddie Palmer led the final-day charge,
in which the Heels shot four under as a team.
Palmer had a 69, followed by Matt Sughrue
.at 71,'and Phil Bland. and Mark Helffrich
with rounds of 72. ' -
Carolina won the tourney with a two-day
total of 588. Duke and Elon finished two
strokes back at 590, and N.C. State placed
fourth at 595. Fifteen teams competed in the
Bland was low man in the tournament for
the Heels with a two-day total of 148. Jerry
Stanislaw and Sughrue both had 149 scores,
and Jim Taylor, Palmer and Helffrich each
had 150 totals. UNC golf coach Devon
Brouse was pleased with the Heels play in the
final match of the fall season.
"We did not play that well the first day,"
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behind, the leader. But the second day, we
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the guys' performance."
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