Monday, October 10, 1983The Daily Tar Heel5
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North Carolina's Tyrone Anthony (8) has Wake's Steve Lambert (81) falling for one of many moves which
helped the tailback run for 157 yards in his first start of the season.
UNC 30, WAKE FOREST 10
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Wake Forest-FG Newsomc 30
UNC-FG Barwick 33
Wake Forest-Owens 7 pass from Schofield
UNC-Colson 4 pass from Stankavage (Barwick Kick
UNC-Horton 20 run (Barwick kick)
UNC-Colson 12 run (kick failed)
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First Downs 14 28
Rushes-Yards 46-133 6O440
Passing Yards 102 48
Sacks by yards 2-21 1-6
Return Yards 0 21
Passes 11-21-0 7-15-0
Punts 7-38.6 3-38.7
Fumbles-lost 0-0 3-2
Penalties-Yards 4-30 640
Time of Possession 28:51 31:09
RUSHING T. Anthony 19-157; Colsbn 13-119;
Horton 13-116; Humes 6-23; Winfield 1-9; Littlejohn
2-10; Jones 1-6; Stankavage 3-5; Godwin 1-4.
PASSING Stankavage 15-7-0, 48 yds.
RECEIVING Franklin 2-15; T. Anthony 2-14;
Truitt 1-7; Smith 1-8; Colson 1-4.
PUNTING Bamhardt 3-116, 38.7 yd. avg.
RUSHING Clemons 26-113; Dougherty 11-30;
Owens 3-11; Grinton 2-9.
PASSING Schofield 21-11-0.
RECEIVING Ryan 5-39; Owens 2-15; Richmond
2-35; Dougherty 2-13.
PUNTING Newsome 7-270, 38.6 yd. avg.
In the third and fourth quarters, the Tar
Heels simply muscled their way to three
touchdowns, two by Colson and one by Hor
ton. Anthony got the Tar Heels moving from their
44 with another 14-yard carry. Then Colson did
the rest, running around the right end 20 yards
and, finally, catching a Stankavage pass inside
the five and dragging a defender over the goal
line with him for a 17-10 lead.
After UNC fumbled a punt return later in the
quarter, the Deacons got to the UNC 25 and
opted to pass up a Field goal try on fourth-and-four,
with Schofield trying to connect over the
middle with one of his receivers, but strong safe
ty Willie Harris deflected the pass to stop the
After the change of possession, Horton took
command, breaking away for a 23-yarder into
Wake territory and capping off the long drive
with a dazzling 20-yarder around left end for a
Later, Colson became the third back to top
the 110-yard plateau when he ran the ball 44
yards in three plays to up the mark to 30-10 with
nine minutes to play. (Barwick missed the extra
Defensively for the Tar Heels, Bill Sheppard
and Micah Moon each tallied nine solo tackles.
and Sheppard was in on a total of 17. Harris
soloed eight times, while Fuller had four solos
and a 10-yard sack of Schofield.
Wake coach Al Groh said his respect for
UNC was only increased by its performance.
"They're the number three or four team in the
country," he said. "It probably would have
taken number two or three to beat them on a
60-minute span today. One thing that was very
apparent to us was that nobody wins a scoring
battle with them.
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Memorial Hall 8:00 pm
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Carolina Union Forum Committee
By MICHAEL DeSISTI
A tired but smiling Eddie Colson was asked after the 30-10 win
over Wake Forest Saturday how it felt to be the other runner
once removed in the North Carolina backfield.
"I wouldn't know," he said, with little visible reflection.
The answer wasn't surprising, considering the. fullback had
just rushed for 119 yards on 13 carries and scored two touch
downs. But it became surprising upon considering the folks he
was running with.
Colson was the second leading rusher in the game, and that by
only three yards, with the first and third leading rushers having
lined up just behind him in North Carolina's I-formation all
The Tar Heels had three runners in triple digits for the first
time ever Saturday as tailbacks Tyrone Anthony and Ethan
Horton, in less than overshadowing but more than simply com
plementing Colson's performance, wheeled for 157 and 116
yards, respectively, with Horton winding up in the end zone
"I don't really consider me another guy," Colson said. "No
matter who's getting all the limelight during the game, it's all
considered one group 11 players."
Colson's 100-plus effort was his first in four years at North
Carolina, and had the senior walking out of Kenan Stadium a
firm believer in goal-oriented philosophy, as well as the pro
phetic vision of UNC offensive coordinator John Matsko.
Matsko had read an article quoting Colson as saying he
wanted to run for 100 yards at least once before the season was
through, and approached the fullback in practice.
"He (Matsko) said, 'You want 100 yards, huh?' " Colson
said. " 'Well, we're going to work for that this week.' "
And you thought Nostradamus was something.
Colson wasn't the only back to have some out-of-the-ordinary
verbal interaction with the coaches last week. Horton, after star
ting the first five games of the season and having 585 yards to
show for it, said he was told last Monday he wouldn't be on the
first team for the Wake Forest game.
His replacement? Anthony, who had snapped-to just days
earlier against Georgia Tech after having run himself into ob
scurity most of the month before. The senior accumulated 91
yards on 11 carries, and scored one touchdown against the
Horton: "I didn't say anything to them (the coaches, after
receiving the news). All the backs are really close, even more so
off the field."
Anthony: "They (the coaches) didn't say who was starting,
and I didn't ask any questions."
Anthony most likely didn't ask any questions because he
didn't want any answers. That doesn't necessarily mean the
senior was bitter about his playing time, or feeling slighted by his
status relative to Horton. He'd been saying neither of these
things were true all along.
What it probably means is that Anthony, was content to con
sider the season as having started anew in Atlanta. If he could
pick up 91 yards and score one touchdown without starting, that
was fine with him.
"I got off to a sloppy start, and I'm more or less trying to
catch up," Anthony said. ;
"I've always been told I was a cold-weather back. I guess the
weather's getting cooler now."
After playing behind Kelvin Bryant in 1982-83, still picking up
705 yards, Anthony had been asked to start the current season
on the sidelines as well, this time to make way for the junior
Anthony hasn't been one to complain. But getting just over
half of Horton's carries and virtually none of his headlines in
what many thought would be Anthony's year has had to hurt.
And so when Anthony shuffled off the field early in the se
cond quarter Saturday to make way for Horton, after
Anthony's 12-yard touchdown reception was called back for il
legal motion and his 17-yard run had been nullified by a per
sonal foul just three plays before, there was no smile. The head
was down, the chinstrap having been unsnapped with frustra
tion. With less that a minute to play in the third period, Horton
knifed and knuckled for 20 yards and a 23-10 North Carolina
lead "The best run I've seen in a long time," head coach
Dick Crum said. When Horton reached the sidelines after the
run, there was a teammate waiting for a flying high-five, a slap
on the helmet and a hug.
It was Anthony.
"We've got to realize that we have to help each other out,"
Anthony said. "Just because one's playing more than the other,
that's not going to affect anything.
"Friendship should be everlasting."
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