Monday, November 28, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 7
Carolina faces Nebraska in the Liberty Bowl
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Rich Yonakor drives in for two points over Oregon State's guard Mark Radford in the
94-63 Tar Heel win in their season opener Saturday in Charlotte. Yonakor started at
center for Carolina. Staff photo by Sam Fulwood III.
Weekender to feature basketball
Carolina basketball will be featured Coast Conference, player interviews and
Friday in the Weekender, a weekly other features will highlight the special issue,
supplement to the Daily Tar .Heel. u . , , ( Carolina faces Duke .Friday in the opening
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The crowd of knee-high autograph
seekers crowded around outside the
Carolina lockerroom in the Charlotte
Coliseum, renewing the season-long
clamoring for a scrawled signature, a
touch or a nod.
"Which one are you?" a little boy
dressed in Carolina blue asked the
reporter leaving the lockerroom.
"Is Mike O'Koren still in there?"
queried another, hoping that his hero
hadn't slipped out the back way.
But instead of a basketball, one of the
little fans clutched a miniature football,
just one indication that even as
basketball opens for another season,
football lingers on as four Atlantic
Coast Conference teams prepare for
Carolina's opponent in the Liberty
Bowl was decided on national television
Friday when Oklahoma overwhelmed
Nebraska 38-7. Nebraska will face
Carolina in the Dec. 19 bowl while
powerful Oklahoma goes to the Orange
I. M. Hipp, Nebraska's tough running
back, was held to 33 yards on 15 carries
against the Sooners. He had four 200
yard plus games this season and was
averaging about seven yards per carry.
Nebraska finished the season 8-3.
By GENE UPCHURCH
ACC squad announced
Seven Carolina football players were
named to the 23-man All-Atlantic Coast
Conference team for 1977.
Offensively, Tar Heels named to the
squad are guard Mike Salanu and
running back Amos Lawrence. On the
defensive squad are tackles Dee
Hardison and Rod Broadway, end Ken
Sheets, linebacker Buddy Curry and
strong safety Alan Caldwell.
Carolina's kicking specialist Tom
Biddle was not named to the team,
despite setting a school record with 15
field goals this season, two short of the
ACC season record. Russ Henderson of
hapless Virginia, rather, was named to
the team as kicking specialist for his
performance in the latter part of the
Clemson also placed seven men on the
team while N.C. State and Wake Forest
placed three men each on the team.
Maryland. Duke and Virginia placed
Ford preseason player of the year
Carolina's Phil Ford and Duke freshman
Gene Banks are the overw helming choices of
sportswriters and broadcasters as the 1977
78 preseason player and rookie of the year,
respectively, in the Atlantic Coast
The two were selected in-balloting at the
league's 16th annual Operation Basketball
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Ford, who was the preseason favorite last
year, was a landslide choice.' I he 6 foot 2
senior guard was the choice on 74 of the 86
ballots cast. Wake Forest forward Rod
Griffin, ACC player of the year last year,
finished second with seven. ,votes. Puke
center Mike Gminski received three votes,
and Carolina forward , M ike , Q'Koren
Ford has been named an all-ACC and all
America selection the past two seasons, and
last year he was named the ACC Athlete of
the Year. In leading the Tar Heels to the
ACC Championship and a runner-up finish
in the NCAA finals last year. Ford averaged
18.7 points per game and led the league in
free throw percentage at .853.
Banks was an easy winner in the rookie
voting, lhc 6 loot 7 Philadelphia native
received 61'j votes lo outdistance Maryland
freshman Albert King, who received 16':
votes. Virginia freshman Jeff Lamp was on
seven ballots, and Duke's Kenny Dennard
got one vote.
Last year. Banks averaged 23 points and
20 rebounds per game while leading West
Philadelphia to an undefeated season and
the city championship. During Banks' three
year domination, his team posted a 79-2
mark with 46 wins in a row at one point.
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Carolina's Lawrence was the only
freshman named to the squad.
Sloan on the bandwagon
In a political moe destined to shake
the very roots of United States
government. N.C. State basketball
coach Norm Sloan reportedly has sent a
letter to some members of the Wolf pack
club in which he supports Sen. Jesse
Helms, R-NC, who is up for re-election
In the letter. Sloan asks the
Wolfpackers to attend a dinner for
"I've always liked Jesse Helms,"
Sloan said. "I like what he does, and I
think he does a super job."
I ormer State football coach Lou
Holt, now at Arkansas, also will
appear at the North Carolina
Congressional Club dinner along with
former Treasury Secretary William E.
"1 know that 1 don't have to tell you
how well Jesse has represented North
Carolina in the Senate," Sloan said in
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interested, was a copy of a magazine
article on Helms and a form for ordering
t ickets ($5) to the gala affair, for joining
a monthly Helms newsletter or buying
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Phil Ford scored 30 points against
Oregon State Saturday and directed the
Tar Heel attack in the win over the
Beavers. Ford was chosen recently as
the preseason player of the year in the
Atlantic Coast Conference. Staff photo
by Sam Fulwood III.
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