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14—The Daily Collegian Friday, Oct. 9, 1981
:C a good gamble with fast back and large linemen
Continued from Page 13
Doug Guyer, the starter against A&M.
The Eagles' running game received a major
boost when Gamble, a junior, returned to the
lineup against West Virginia. BC's 10th all-time
rusher had missed the first two games while
serving a suspension for missing preseason prac
tices, but against West Virginia, Gamble ran for
97 yards almost a quarter of the Eagles' total
season output so far.
The Lion defense will have to watch Gamble
very closely tomorrow. He seems to save his best
for the Eagles' biggest games; last year he had
155 yards and two touchdowns in a 30-13 win over
Stanford and 154 yards and three touchdowns in a
2746 win over Syracuse.
"He makes a big difference 'cause he has the
quickness and has the speed," Bicknell said.
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"He's played in big games, and I would definitely
say he's a major college back."
Paterno compared Gamble to ex-Nebraska All-
American Jarvis Redwine, who burned the Lions
for 313 yards in two games in 1979 and 'BO.
"Gamble is not the hard runner. that (current
Husker star Roger) Craig is," Paterno said.
"He's a smooth runner, more the Redwine type
that kind of speed and he cuts well. A tough guy to
tackle in the open field."
Bicknell said the Eagle offense will also have to
deal with a Lion defense that can be confusing to
"They've only got two downlinemen, and every
one else is up in a two-point stance," he said.
"They've got some real good aggressive players,
and I think they present a lot of problems.
"They say they go with a 4-4, but you don't see it
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too much they don't really sit in anything. It's
just a multiple package, and it's gonna be difficult
preparing for them."
Defensively, the Eagles' 52 lineup will be out to
stop the Lion running game, specifically Curt
Warner. But Bicknell, whose Eagles were burned
two weeks ago by North Carolina star Kelvin
Bryant (173 yards, four touchdowns) said that
task is easier said than done.
"You just hope to slow down Warner," he said.
"In Penn State's attack, we're not going to stop
Warner. We have to keep him off the field (by
controlling the ball) and try to make it that our
defense is not out there a long time.
"He's a quality, quality back, and when he's in,
we have to play good, solid defense."
But Bicknell is not about to forget the Lions' air
"We can't put all our attention to Warner," he
said, "and then have them throw a bomb to
(Kenny) Jackson that in two seconds gets them on
"You look at the receivers that Penn State has
and immediately you know that the potential is
there. If they want to throw the ball, they'll throw
it. I think it's basically the decision that they
haven't needed the pass that much and really
they haven't; they're playing so well and so
physically on defense, a good ball control-style
Senior co-captain Jim Budness anchors the BC
defense from his middle linebacking spot, along
with 283-pound tackle Junior Poles. Budness
leaves no doubt about what he feels the Eagles
must do tomorrow. .
"I think we have to stop the Penn State running
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game," Budness said. "I'm not too concerned
about (the Lion passing game). I think they cab ) :
(pass); it's jLlct that they don't have to."
Even though the Eagles have given up more
than 1,200 yards of total offense so far, Bicknell is
"We're not a bad defensive team," he said.
"Basically we have the ability to play solid
defense, and I'm hoping we can do it ( tomorrow).
"We match up well (with Penn State) we're a
fairly physical team, Penn State's a very physical
team. But the best I can hope for is that we can
play physical and play a solid football game.
"We want to play the best teams," he added.
"That's the commitment that's been made. I'm
not sure we're ready right now week-in and week- i
out, but that's what we're doing."
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Booters to host Maryland
By STEVE GRAHAM
Daily Collegian Sports Writer
This fall, men's soccer coach Walt
Bahr, made a quick preview of the up
coming soccer season and wondered
when the two-year hex put on his team by
the University of Maryland will be bro
Maryland? How can the unranked Ter
rapins pdssibly beat Penn State, ranked
eighth in the nation ih the latest college
It's simple. Maryland just happens to
beat Penn State when the Lions are least
And the last two seasons, the Lions
weren't expecting it. The unranked Ter
rapins beat nationally-ranked Penn State
2-1 in 1980 and 1-0 in 1979.
Maryland (2-1-4) will get the chance to
pull the unexpected again when it meets
the Lions (7-2-1) at 7:15 tonight at Jeffrey
And if past games are any indication,
the Terrapins will give the Lions more
than they bargain for.
"I don't look at Maryland as being any
type of a jinx," Bahr said, "but they
certainly have come up with a good game
against us each time we've played.
"It's just one of those strange quirks
that a team seems to have your number
or seems to come up for a game."
Maryland is one of those teams. Sure, a
lot of pride is on the line when the
Terrapins and Lions clash: And just
about any coach, including first-year
Maryland coach 'Joe Grimaldi, would be
delighted to upend the nation's eighth
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"Maryland always has a good bit of
talent," Bahr said. "They've had that as
long as I can remember.
"We've struggled to beat them. I don't
think we've ever buried them up here.
The one game up here two years ag
o. . .we had no license to lose the game.
We dominated the game and had the ball
most of the time, but we lost."
Lion junior Scott Gardiner, who will
start for the injured Greg Dennis on
defense tonight, said he can't understand
why the Terrapins have been so success
ful against Penn State.
"It's been really strange," Gardiner
said, "because both years they've come
into our games with two wins or so and
six or seven losses, and they've knocked
us off both times.
"The last two times we've lost on our
own goals we've put the ball into the
back of our own net. Hopefully, we'll
correct that problem this year and really
take it to them."
Up to this point in the season, the
Terrapins have been the ones doing the
struggling again. Of their seven
games, five have gone into overtime,
resulting in only one win and four ties.
Offensively, well, the Terrapins have
had virtually no offense. Despite out
shooting their opponents 20-13.5 shots a
game, the Terrapins have managed only
four goals the entire season.
"The problem with us all year is the
offense," said Grimaldi, who compiled a
an amazing record of 126-12-12 in his 14
years at Walter Johnson High School in
"We haven't had a real lot of scoring.
We've been trying to find the answer, but
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haven't found it yet. The problem is we
have a mixture of players that are not
Despite the Terrapins' offensive woes,
Bahr is not about to take this game
"We've had some outstanding games
at Jeffrey Field," Bahr said, "but we
haven't had many again'st Maryland.
Maryland seems to get fired up fbr the
Penn State game.
"Maryland, for some reason, has
played one of their best games of the
year, in the last two years, against us.
We have to go out there and maybe work
just as hard as we did in' the last three
games and maybe have a little luck to go
along with it."
Grimaldi hasn't had the opportunity to
see the intensity of Penn State-Maryland
matchups, but he's heard enough about
them to know tonight's game may not be
decided until the final whistle.
"We get inspired to play Penn State,"
Grimaldi said. "It's a real motivating
factor for us. The guys really dig down
for pride "
But, Grimaldi said, pride may not be
enough to salvage a victory.
"I hope we don't get slaughtered," he
said. "We really have to play over our
heads. We want to gain respect here at
Maryland. People tell me to be patient,
but I want to win now."
And for Maryland, there is no better
time than the present.
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By MARIA MARTINO
Daily Collegian Sports Writer
When the field hockey coaches' poll came out earlier this
week, Penn State had fallen to second behind Old Domin-
Granted, only one point separated the two squads, but
for the undefeated Lady Lions, their N 0.2 status was a real
shot in the ego. Not because they actually believed they
deserve anything but , top ranking, but because somewhere,
in the backs of their minds, they thought some of the other
teams might start believing it.
Well, for this weekend at least, the Lady Lions have
nothing to fear.
When Penn State travels to New Brunswick, N.J.,
tomorrow, it will get plenty of respect. In fact, it will be so
well respected, it will have to play two 70-minute games
back-to-back facing Rhode Island at 10 a.m. and
Rutgers at 2 p.m.
"Neither team will play 'us second," Lady Lion midfield-
er Judy . Mahaffey said. "They don't want to play us
Sunday because they'll be tired, so they're going to play
each other then.
"We'll be running a lot so there's no letdown; but if we
win, it'll look really good for us."
Considering Penn State's schedule, laden with national
ly-ranked opposition, and the records as of .yesterday of
unranked Rutgers (3-5-3) and Rhode Island (1-5), the
competition doesn't seem too difficult for the Lady Lions
(6-0-1). But that's only on the surface.
"Last year, we beat Rutgers quite soundly," Penn State
coach Gillian Rattray said. "But they had a lot of young
players then and an immature team. This year promises to
be a different story.
"TO put it in perspective, last year Rhode Island tied
Rutgers 1-1 and Rutgers tied (fifth-ranked) Ursinus 2-2."
But this year, Rutgers counts two 2-0 defeats to Ursinus
and Old Dominion in its loss column. And although Liz
McQuire and Rosie DePaolis lead the team with six and
five points, respectively, Rutgers has allowed 17 goals
while scoring only 14.
"Originally, we were only supposed to play Rutgers,"
Rattray said, "but their (athletic director) told ours that
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Rhode Island was coming in. I thought it would give us a
good chance to play another New England team. They're
in Region I-A, and that's a very strong region, just like
Region I-B and the whole Atlantic seaboard."
Rattray explained she had assumed Rhode Island would
play Rutgers today and Penn State tomorrow, and then the
Lady Lions would play Rutgers on Sunday, an arrange
ment similar to the one last year in which Penn State
agreed to play Connecticut at Cortland (N.Y.).
But things didn't work out that way.
"It was just a complete mix-up," the Lady Lion coach
said. "It's one of those unfortunate things. I tried to get the
two o'clock game moved to three, but they have something
with their alumni then.
"We can't drop one of the teams, either. I was told that
next year's budget would be cut if one team was dropped
because next year's budget is based on this year's ex
penses and the number of teams we play. So there's a lot in
Despite the physically demanding schedule before them,
the Lady Lions are looking forward to playing again after a
10-day layoff, extended by Tuesday's rained-out game
"We were all psyched for Maryland, and then it was
canceled," Lady Lion left wing Sharon Tinucci said.
"When you get up for a game and it gets canceled, it's a big
"I think we're going to have a good weekend, though.
We'll just have to try our hardest."
Rattray said she will take 16 players on the roadtrip and
intends to use all the substitutes at least part of the time.
"Just getting mentally prepared is the problem now,"
she said. "Theoretically, we can't even think about Rutg
ers until 11:30 the day we have to play them. We certainly
can't look past Rhode Island.
"We had that 10-day rest, thanks to the rain. I'm sorry
we,didn't play Maryland because we were ready for them.
And we didn't play last weekend, which was a luxury, so
we're excited about playing two games."
Tinucci agreed: "We have a lot to prove to ourselves. We
dropped to N 0.2 in the polls, - and I'm sure some people are
feeling the effects of that."
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