The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 29, 1986, Image 10

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The LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A couple of days before the Houston game, Arkansas cornerback Charles Wash ington was passing by the office of defensive coordinator Fred Golds mith. “We’ve got a big game coming up against Houston,” Goldsmith told Washington. “You need to get an in terception to keep up with the one from last year.” Washington, a fifth-year senior, reminded Goldsmith that he had made an interception in each of his three appearances against the Cou gars. On Saturday night, in the As trodome, he picked off two more passes and Goldsmith said, “Well, it looks like you went over your limit.” Washington’s first interception came with 35 seconds left in the half. Less than two minutes earlier, Ar kansas broke a 6-6 tie on Marshall Foreman's 19-yard run. Washing ton’s 32-yard return to the Houston 35 set up Kendall Trainer’s 51-yard field goal and a 16-6 lead. In the fourth quarter, he picked off a pass to set up the final touch down in a 30-13 victory. For his performance, Washington was nameu The Associated Press De fensive Player of the Week in the Southwest Conference. Baylor quarterback Cody Carlson is the Offensive Player of the Week in the SWC. He threw for 312 yards and three touchdowns, including bombs of 72 and 86 yards in the fourth quarter, in a 28-17 victory over Texas Christian. Arkansas Coach Ken Hatfield said Washington made a terrific play on his first interception. “The receiver is rirfiioi Hatfield said. “Somehowli his balance and doesn'iteil down. He pulls out of than thing you know, IthinUieii Po Bsan i the forn Going from a tietoalO-pi in 2:11 was a big liftfortli hacks, he said. “We were antictpatinri would try to get a Digpk' ington said. “I was wati quarterback. Once he tiro played the ball. When loti fiall. 1 felt the guy comingm reversed my outside shoulie worked. 1 had seen aido: terbacks do it when them rushed. I tried it and ithaE work.” team wo first mat agei of t day, repl Boros will wort Padies c ager lad day. Bor minor-le Padres. Club i Tuesdav we quite about fo season di Cowboys receive rights in speedy rookie Sherrati NBC mos' bast IRVING (AP) — Tex Schramm raised his fist in triumph when the Dallas Cowboys traded up to take wide receiver Mike Sherrard in the first round of the NFL draft. “It’s about time we finally did something right,” Schramm said, who had been unhappy with the Cowboys’ first-round mistakes the previous five years. The Cowboys haven’t been sorry a second since they took the speedy Sherrard, a rookie from UCLA who specializes in sensational catches. “He gives something to our of fense we’ve never had before,” quar terback Danny White said. “He’s so fast it’s hard to lead him enough. And he has great hands. He makes the routine catches and he makes the great catches. It’s impossible to over throw him, and believe me I’ve tried.” Sherrard missed the first five weeks of training camp in a contract dispute, but the Cowboys knew what he could do because of his extensive work at Valley Ranch in the off-sea son. “He’ll open up our offense," Dal las coach Tom Landry said. "He’ll take some of the double coverage off Tony Hill.” Sherrard still isn’t being double- teamed by most clubs although he has caught touchdown passes of 22, 27, 36 and 39 yards. “Teams don’t give me a lot of re spect deep and it’s kind of funny be cause that’s all I do is go deep,” Sher rard said. “They kind of dare me to go deep.” Going deep, Sherrard caught five passes for 1 11 yards in a 37-6 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. “Mike can go deep and it helps loosen up the defense if we can throw to nim four or five times dur ing a game,” Dallas offensive coordi nator Paul Hackett said. “And he has great hands besides great speed.” The 6-foot-2, lo5-pound Sher rard has excellent speed lines. His mother, Cherrie, was a mem ber of the 1964 U.S. Olympic team as an 80-meter hurdler. I hat was the same team that featured "bullet’’ Bob Hayes, who later became a Cow boys’ receiver. Hayes said, “You can see some similarities between her running style and Mike’s." Hill said Sherrard i" hack Herschel Walltir reasons the Cowboys in this year. “We are so diversifed can’t key on one thing,’R Sherrard has a flair:: tacular. He took a p; Washington's Dane! On end zone for a toudidom. In Dallas' 31-7 vicion I amis on Sept. 29, Shtn adjust to a wobbling p bat k for the ball and tunx 39-yard scoring catch. “My college coachalw- to Ik 1 aggressive goingf« Shen ara said. "It help confidence” : NEW the Woi h Red Sox; the most eclipsing World St and Kans Die 1 against “r faBC and handed Mavericks reduce squaa to 12-mennber league' game its with a 14 Die n lemma fo with the the Was! while the Red Sox, I In Was dience champion DALLAS (AP) — Rookie guard Myron Jackson has made the Dallas Mavericks’ 12-man squad, the NBA team announced Tuesday. In reducing their roster to the league limit, the Mavericks also waived third-round draft choice Anthony Welch of Illinois and free agent Dennis Nutt of Texas Christian. Jackson, 6-3, was the team’s fourth-round draft choice from Arkansas-Little Rod aged 2.2 points ineigli games. "It wasn’t an easi NBi Game was sei the six 1980 s< 32 mill Gan of 384 with a the! Of Rick Sund said, the Mm rector of player perse: thony and Dennis art. heads high. UwaspKffit “Myron's defensive helped him. He’s going# develop into a point gm development is what 4 man is all about." P Placen counse with y nancy. The 1986 Student Directories are now B; available to be picked up in room 230 Reed McDonald, 8am-5pin ci Bring your ’86 fee slip, * Deliveries will begin this week! departments who submitted Telecommunications Order Form su