The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, August 13, 1975, Image 7

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A&M, strong on offense
Sports Editor
If you were in Alaska talking
about Texas A&M football, some
body might say, “That’s the team
with the super defense, isn’t it?”
Over the years the Aggie defense
has overshadowed the offense in
the minds of most football en
thusiasts. But this year should be
different. A lot different. With the
injection of the I-formation to the
Wishbone, an abundance of talent,
and the instruction of Offensive
Coordinator Tom Wilson, the A&M
offense should be among the best in
the nation in 1975.
Experience and depth are also
pluses for the big, fast maroon of
fense. The whole 1974 offensive
unit returns for battle, with the ex
ception of All-SWC center Ricky
Seeker. In the offensive line there is
two solid units, with ultra talented
newcomers beefing up the
Linemen solid 2-deep
Beginning up front where it
counts, with the offensive front, the
starters are: Glen Bujnoch and De
nnis Swilley at the tackles, Bruce
Welch and Craig Glendenning at
the guards, with Henry Tracey an
choring the middle at center. These
body-movers weigh out at about 245
pounds a man, and are as agile as a
tightrope artist. The A&M offensive
front made themselves known and
felt in 1974 as Bujnoch, Welch and
Billy Lemons made the All-SWC
With two solid units, the compet
ition in the offensive has presented
some pleasing side effects. Like hav
ing Lemons and Dennis Smelser on
the second unit, as strong and
talented as they are. Meaning that
Glendenning and Swilley, their re-
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placements, are ready to do battle
with anyone. Other lettermen on
the second unit offensive interior
are: George Burger and Frank
Myers, both tackles.
The T-Bone’ offense should re
ally exploit the weath of talent and
experience of the A&M backfield.
Four-year starters Bubba Bean and
Skip Walker should prove to be let
hal in the new semi-multiple offen
sive set of the Aggies. Battle-tested
runners Ronnie Hubby and Bucky
Sams also figure into the A&M of
fensive picture. Both are seasoned
consistent performers and have
seen considerable action through
out their careers, with Sams being
the starting fullback of the 1974
New runners exciting
All-SWC halfbacks Bean and
Walker have thrilled Aggie fans for
the past three seasons and should
continue to do so, but there 11 be
plenty of fireworks when newcom
ers like George Woodard, Eddie
Hardin, Adger Armstrong, Darrell
Smith and Gary Young make their
debut. The Aggie ground game will
not suffer in 1975.
The new I-formation variation
should also put more passing into
the A&M offensive scheme, lending
attention to two of the most talented
receivers in the conference. Split
end Carl Roaches and tight end
Richard Osborne will get more op
portunities to assert themselves in
the coming season, much to the
dismay of opposing defenses.
The Aggies’ ultrasonic wide re
ceiver will be a threat each time he
lines up and who could ask for a
better target than Osborne in clutch
Backing them up will be letter-
men David Greeno and Gary Haack
at tight end and Mike Floyd at split
Everyone is familiar with the
quarterback situation in Aggieland
and it’s still unchanged. A No. 1
field general hasn t been named.
The battle for the position of quar
terback should he the highlight of
the two-a-day workouts that are
scheduled to begin on August 21.
David Shipman, Mike Jay and
David Walker are all capable signal
callers, with the competition bet
ween them being so keen it is cer
tain that the star-studded A&M of
fense will have a class quarterback
when the dust settles.
And let us not forget freshmen
Keith Baker and Carl Grulich who
are fine athletes in their own right.
Kicking game Adequate
The kicking game promises to be
solid, although placekicking
specialist Randy Haddox turned in
his final season for the Aggies last
Mark Stanley, the No. 9 punter in
the country last season with 42 yards
a kick, returns for his senior season
as an All-American candidate.
Richard Stringer and Jon New
will compete with freshman Tony
Franklin for the placekicking
The Texas A&M offense has been
sitting like a powder keg with a long
fuse since the great recruiting year
of 1972, and when the pigskin is
teed up for the Mississippi contest
the fuse will be mighty short.
The nationally heralded No. 1
Aggie defense went head-to-head
with the No. 1 offensive unit during
spring training. If you want an hon
est answer about the A&M offense
for the coming year, ask the de
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