|Item ID||Egyptian19611117southern2.tif |
|Title||Bowling Green Here Saturday |
|Author||Daily Egyptian |
|Description||Bowling Green's respectable defense |
|Original Publication Source||Daily Egyptian |
|Date||1961 November 17 |
|Digital File Format||.TIF (Tagged Image Format) |
|Digital File Publisher||Special Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale |
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|Collection||University Archives: Daily Egyptian Diversity Articles Index |
|Transcript||Bowling Green Here Saturday |
ing 4.7 yards a carry on the strength of 118 yards in 25 carries. Lisbon has been hampered by a knee injury all season but is now ready for full action according to Doyt Perry, Bowling Green coach.
Piccone has devised a defense that he thinks will stop the vaunted Falcon running attack. However, it will take an all-out effort from Southern's defensive unit.
The defensive unit of Bob Franz has held opponents to 92.4 yards rushing which is better than Bowling Green's respectable defense. It is for this reason that Piccone feels his team will upset the Palcons. To win, however, Southern will
have to score and Piccone feels backfield of Ron
Winter, Amos Bullocks, Charles Hamilton and Dennis Harley will be able to score against the Ohio team.
A factor that is definitely important in the game is the spirit and frame of mind the players
are in. Piccone said Tuesday night "the boys are keyed up for what will be the biggest upset in