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honored by News
Carolina defensive tackle Dee
Hardison has been named to the
Football News All-America team.
Mike Salzano. a UNC offensive
guard, was named to the third team
All-America squad by Football News.
Also named to the third team from the
Atlantic Coast Conference were
Clcmson's Joe Bostic and N.C. Slate's
Rameses, ACC championship return to Heels
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DURHAM Lil' ole Rameses
probably didn't know what to make of it
all Saturday afternoon when they made
him gallop across the field at halftime in
Wallace Wade Stadium.
Poor fellow, he'd been cooped up all
week in a secret hideaway somewhere in
Durham where his hosts were kind
enough to paint large 'D's on his sides
and color his horns dark blue. And there
those Duke people were, leading him
across the field where all around him
grown men were fighting in the stands
and some cray kids in light blue were
ringing some silly bell while parading a
gigantic homemade Rameses all over. It
was enough to make him wonder how he
had ever gotten the ridiculous job as
Carolina's mascot, anyway.
The first lew minutes of football he
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watched couldn't have settled him
much, either. An excellent punt return
by Delbert Powell was nullified by a
clip; Carolina failed to advance 10 yards
in each of its next three offensive
possessions, while Duke was driving for
u field goal that narrowed a I0-0 UNC
lead to a very uncomfortable I0-3
advantage. To top matters off. a poor
pitch by Matt Kupec, intended for
Amos Lawrence, gave Duke line field
position at the UNC 22.
. But then Rameses got a look at what
he'd been watching all season, that
backbreaking Tar Heel defense. Dee
Hardison. Ken Sheets. Buddy Curry.
Bobby (iay to name a few quickly
put a stop to the Duke threat, its last ol
the game. The Heels collected two more
Tom Biddle field goals and with them a
16-3 win. their first ACC title since 1972
and a Dec. 1 9 date in the Liberty Bowl at
Memphis. And the bell stays in Chapel
Hill for another year.
Although the game was by no means
the best for the Carolina defense this
season (243 yards allowed), it typified
w hat the Tar Heels have done so well all
year: keep the other guys out of the end
"We bended a little, but then we came
together when we had to." tackle Bunn
Rhamcs said. "We came up with the
turnovers when we had to and stopped
Three of those turnovers were
interceptions of Mike Dunn passes
one each by Buddy Curry, Bobby Cale
and Bobby day.
Curry's interception stopped a Duke
drive that had reached the UNC 26 late
in the first half, while Cale's ended any
hopes Duke had of advancing from its
own 48 late in the third period. Dunn
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Three candidates for AII-ACC defensive honors closed in on tackle Dee Hardison (71) and end Ken Sheets (89) led a UNC
Duke quarterback Mike Dunn Saturday in Carolina's 16-3 win defense that held Duke's nomination for ACC Player of the
over the Blue Devils in Durham. Linebacker Buddy Curry (57), Year to 95 total yards. Staff photo by Fred Barbour.
was looking for split end Tom Hall deep
along the left sideline when Cale reached
in front for the catch.
"I knew from watching the films that
Dunn underthrows the ball a lot when
he throws long!" said Cale. who had
another interception ruled no good
because he was out of bounds. "I saw he
was going deep, so 1 stayed in front of
the receiver and caught it."
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Cale's performance, which included
breaking up a couple of other passes in
addition to making six tackles, did more
than simply give the Tar Heels a lift. It
also elevated Cale's spirits after" 10
games in w hich he felt he hadn't made a
significant contribution to the Carolina
defensive effort. ,
"I'd really been kinda dow n," he said.
"I hadn't been doing my part before. I
wasn't making many tackles, and I just
wasn't getting into much action.
. "This w as by far the best game for me.
They came to my side a lot, and I was in
on a lot of tackles. Everything worked
out real well."
Cale said part of UNC's success in
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keeping the explosive Dunn under
control for most of the afternoon until
he was injured was a strong pass rush
and some good hard tackling.
"The ends and line did a good job
controlling him in the middle. If you
keep him rushed and under pressure, he
doesn't throw as well. We made him'
throw some bad passes.
"We hit him pretty hard a couple of
times when he was running and that
might have slowed him up. He got up
slow several times."
Last year Dunn had an outstanding
performance against Carolina, nearly
IcadingtheBlue Devils to an upset of the
bowl-bound Tar Heels.
"We knew for them to beat us Dunn
would have to have a big game," Rod
Broadway said. "He's real slick. He's the
key to their attack. We just tried to
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