The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 23, 1997, Image 12

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Pink House Restaurant to Romantic Candlelite Dining to Exquisite Gourmet Fare Reservations - 364-2868 Now Taking Holiday Reservations • ' V v* -jTsV-V The Battalion Texas A&lsA University Century Singers & Women’s Chorus Present COLLEGE PARK 6 THEATRES 2080 EAST 29TH STREET BRYAN, TX MOVIE TIME GUIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS VALID FOR MONDAY - THURSDAY OCT. 20-23, 1997 CONTACT (PC) 7:00 10:00 MY BEST FRIEND’S WEDDING (PG-13) FACE OFF (R) GOOD BURGER (PG) NOTHING TO LOSE (R) HERCULES (G) 7:30 10:10 7:15 BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 pm MONDAY through THURSDAY A Fall Vocal JS/Lusic Concert Saturday October 25 th Rudder Theater 8:00pm $5.00 Tickets at the Door Or the Vocal Music Office MSC 003 845-5974 '.'Z • r. v' Come to Lubbock for the big gome! Check out University Plaza's THIRD ANNUAL FOOTBALL BRAWL Friday, October 24, 1997 9 P.M. - 2 A.M. T 9th Street Warehouse (19th & Avenue H) Live Music by Mushroom Grooocj DRINK SPECIALS ALL NIGHT LONG!! $3 COVER Continued from Page 7 “When we lost Brandon Mitchell, Edward Jasper, Pat Williams and Kei th Mitchell, people thought the de fensive line wasn’t as good, tire Wreck ing Crew wasn’t as good,” Heard said. “We took that criticism and fed off of it. We wanted to show people that this defensive line was as good as ones from the years past. People could say, ‘they might be young, but they didn’t miss a beat’.” Now Heard, Rollins and Crowley stand as a link between the great de fensive lines of the past and the po tentially great ones of the future. With a solid core of true and redshirt fresh men waiting to take over next season, they know that they have a responsi bility to the program to get the new linemen ready to play. “Next year they’re going to have to step up and play so we’re giving them as much knowledge as we can,” Crowley said. "We don’t have but five games left, who knows, maybe seven, to get these guys polished up so the coaches can overhaul them in the spring and they’ll be a strong unit.” Heard said his teammates’ desire to help the program, even after they are gone, is not a surprise. “Marcus is a guy that cares about this program,” Johnson said. “He cares about his team. Playing here has meant a lot to him. To this point, he’s done a fine job for us this season and I’m proud of him.” Another group thankful for Heard’s play have been the inside linebackers. Playing a position which receives constant double teaming, Heard lias helped free up Dat Nguyen and tire other inside linebackers, al lowing them to make more tackles. 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