A L E N D A R
Mississippi St. (H) 7:30 p.m. uk-tv delayed
Furman (H) 7:30 p.m. uk-tv delayed
Tennessee Tech (H) 7:30 p.m. UK-TV delayed
North Carolina (Freedom Hall) 7:30 p.m.
UK-TV OIy delayed fa f
ukit 1st round uk vs. Fortland 8 p.m.
delayed gam a
vs. Indiana Big Four Classic Hoosier Dome Indianapolis 4:30 p.m. 2
Kansas (A) 2:35
ukit 2nd round 5:30 & 8 p.m. uk-tv delayed
Louisville (H) 1:30 p.m. UK-TV delayed
UK def. Indiana 17-14 Sept. 16: footballUK def. North Carolina 13-6 Sept. 23: FootballAlabama del. UK 15-3 Oct. 7: FootballAuburn def. UK 24-12 Oct. 14: FootballUK def. Rutgers 33-26 Oct. 21: FootballUK def. LSU 27-21 Oct. 28: FootballGeorgia def. UK 34-23 Nov. 4: FootballUK def. Cincinnati 31-0 Nov. 11: FootballUK def. Vanderbilt 15-11 Nov. 18: FootballFlorida def. UK 38-28 Nov. 25: FootballTennessee def. UK 31-10 Nov. 28: BasketballUK def. Ohio 76-73 Dec. 2: BasketballIndiana def. UK 71-69 Dec. 4: BasketballUK def. Mississippi St. 102-95 Dec. 6: BasketballUK def. Tennessee Tech 111-75 Dec. 9: BasketballKansas def. UK 150-95
SEC well represented in Hall of Fame ceremonies
Archie Manning, Bob Johnson to name a few
At the 1989 induction ceremonies of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame, Dec. 5, at the Waldorf-Astoria Ballroom in New York, a wholesome share of Southeastern Conference players and coaches -.-.
Cats' Pause Columnist
Archie Manning, Ole Miss All-America quarterback of 1969 and 70, and Bob Johnson, Tennessee All-America center and linebacker of 1966-67 are the SEC representatives on the team of 11 all-time great players inducted.
Also, Jack Green, All-American guard at Army, captain of the 1946 national championship team, was one of the two deceased players honored. A native of Shelbyville, Ky., Green played at Tulane (SEC member then) in 1941 before appointment to West Point.
Two of the four coaches inducted have Southeastern Conference backgrounds. Frank Howard, who won 165 games at Clemson, is an Alabama graduate and was assistant to Vanderbilt grad Jess Neely at Clemson prior to achieving head coach status.
Joe Aillet, deceased coach, who won 151 games at Louisiana Tech while establishing that program as coach and A.D., 1940 to 1970, was trained by Louisiana State University's father-like Bernie Moore. Aillet was assistant to Moore 1936-40, then took the Tech challenge.
Eleven scholar-athletes were honored in the 1-A Division of play. They received $4,000 graduate fellowships.
The SEC offers two of those 11. The recipients were Andy McCarroll of Vanderbilt. a four-year starter at fullback and linebacker and an English major with a 3.76 GPA, and Stacy "Bo" Russell of Mississippi State, a four-year letterman at strong safety and a 3.55 student majoring in Real Estate.
Michael Thorson of the U.S. Military Academy, a three-year defensive back majoring in Economics with a 3.999 GPA, responded for the group.
G. R. "Bob" Woodruff, Tennessee's former football player, coach and athletics director, was presented an award for the Most Outstanding Contribution to Amateur Football for helping build the largest NFF & HOF chapter. Lindsey Nelson, Tennessee's all-time sport-scaster, received the award last year.
Jimmie MtDowell is executive director of the NFF & HOF and Vincent Draddy is chairman of the board. Fred Russell is chairman of the Honors Court.
McDowell is a graduate of the University of Mississippi and former sports editor of the Jackson Daily News. Russell, sports columnist and vice president of the Nashville Banner, is a Vanderbilt graduate.
Winner of the Foundation's most prestigious award, the Gold Medal, for 1989, is Paul Brown, a Miami of Ohio graduate who was a super coach at high school, college
Mississippi State's Bo Russell
and professional levels and then in football administration.
Edwin W. "Moose" Krause of Notre Dame was presented the Distinguished American Award for 1989. Ambassador Joe M. Rodgers, a graduate of the University of Alabama, received the award last year.