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SPOTLIGHTING UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY AND SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE'
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1990
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Senior wideout Phil Logan has matured greatly during his tenure at Kentucky. Not only is he catching more passes, but the Louisville native is turning into quite a team player as well.
See pages 14-15.
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'Cats wounded in recruiting wars
Parks, Kleinschmidt say 'no' to Wildcats; UK still looking to fill two uniforms
by LARRY VAUGHT
Basketball wars are never predictable, but Kentucky certainly suffered two casualties last week.
Two of the nation's top recruits6-foot-ll Cherokee Parks of Huntington Beach, Cal., and 6-6 Tommy Kleinschmidt of Chicago, 111.-both told UK coaches that they would not sign with the Wildcats in November.
Parks committed to Duke after visiting the North Carolina campus Oct. 19-20. The news got worse when Kleinschmidt called to say he had eliminated Kentucky and Arizona from his own final four. He'll either play for hometown DePaul or Michigan State.
Kentucky had hoped both Parks and Kleinschmidt had been impressed during their official visits. Aminu Timberlake, a 6-8 Chicago player, also visited that weekend and committed to UK two days after returning home.
However, the Midnight Madness magic didn't work on Kleinschmidt, considered one of the nation's top shooting guards, or Parks, one of the nation's top big men.
"Cherokee just fell in love with Duke and said he was just on campus a few hours before he knew that was where he wanted to go," Steve Popovich, Parks' high school coach, said. "It surprised me that he came home ready to commit. I thought he would wait a little longer."
Instead, he called UK, Arizona State, Arizona and UCLA with his decision even though he had visited only UK and Duke.
Just four days earlier Kleinschmidt admitted he probably would immediately commit to UK if Parks did. The Chicago guard also said UK had a "good chance" to sign him even if it didn't land Parks. But he had a
BAD NEWS ON UK'S RECRUITING FRONT (THE DEVIL YOU SAY)
THOSE WHO GOT AWAY
1. Cherokee Parks, 6-11, has verbally committed to Mike Krzyzewski's Duke Blue Devils.
2. Tommy Kleinschmidt, 6-6, has narrowed his list to the DePaul Blue Demons and Michigan State Spartans.
NEXT ON UK'S LIST
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Penalties-yards.........................................2-10 4-27
Possession time.....................................35:01 24:59
GEORGIA..................................                                   7    3    7 7 24
KENTUCKY...............................                                 0   10   13 3-26
UGAMitchell 5 pass from Talley (Kasay kick) UGAKasay 27 FG
UKK. Johnson 14 pass from B. Smith (Pelfrey kick)
UKPelfrey 29 FG
UKBaker 12 run (kick blocked)
UGAHastings 89 kickoff return (Kasay kick)
UKBaker 1 run (Pelfrey kick)
UGACaswell 69 punt return (Kasay kick)
UK-Perfrey 32 FG
	KENTUCKY					
RUSHING	ATT	GAIN	LOST	NET	TDS	LONG
B. Smith	11	50	3	47	0	9
Maggard	1	0	10	(-10)	0	(-10)
Samuels	18	78	2	76	0	20
Baker	24	142	9	133	2	22
Thomas	1	7	0	7	0	7
Johnson	1	9	0	9	0	3
TOTALS	56	286	24	262	2	22
PASSING	ATT	COMP	INT	YDS	TDS	LONG
B. Smith	23	10	1	118	1	18
Maggard	12	6	0	81	0	22
TOTALS	35	16	1	199	1	22
PASS RECEIVING			NO	YDS	rDS	LONG
Samuels			3	>	0	17
Logan			6	88	0	22
Johnson			2	20	1	14
Jackson			3	31	0	14
Henderson			2	26	0	18
TOTALS			16	199	1	22
punting			no	yds	avg	long
Hawk Maggard			6 1	219 40	365 40jO	47 40
TOTALS			7	259	37	47
FIELD GOALS			ATT	MADE		LONG
Pelfrey			2		2	32
TOTALS			2		2	32
	PUNTS		KICKOFFS			INTS
ALL RETURNS	NO	YDS	NO	YDS	NO YDS	
Johnson	1			14		_ _
Bolden				12		- -
TOTALS	1	5	2	26		- 
	GEORGIA					
RUSHING	ATT	GAIN	LOST	NET	TDS	LONG
Talley	7	39	14	25	0	28
Ellis	2	0	0	0	0	0
Hearst	18	71	4	67	0	14
Ware	5	20	0	20	0	11
Strong	2	4	0	4	0	2
Dupree		1	8	(7)	0	1
TOTALS	38	135	26	109	0	28
PASSING	ATT	COMP	INT	YDS TDS		LONG
Talley	18	12	0	147	1	23
Dupree	4	1	:	2C	0	20
TOTALS	22	13	0	167	1	23
PASS RECEIVING			NO	YDS TDS		LONG
Hearst			2	19	0	12
Hummings			3	37	0	17
Hastings			2	43	0	23
Mitchell			1	5	1	5
Maxwell			4	56	9	29
Evans			1	7	0	7
TOTALS			13	167	1	23
PUNTING			NO	YDS	AVG	LONG
Armstrong			6	245	-06	52
TOTALS			6	245	40.8	52
FIELD GOALS			ATT	MADE		LONG
Kasa;.			1		1	27
TOTALS			1		1	27
	PUNTS		KICKOFFS			INTS
ALL RETURNS	NO YDS		NO YDS		NO YDS	
Hamil	1	8	_			_ _
Caswell	3	84		-		- 
Hastings			3	159		
Wilson			1	28		
Harvey			1	(-8)		- 
Thompson						1 0
TOTALS	4	92	179	89		1 0
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TOUGH LUCK FOR BRAD SMITH: QB Brad Smith suffered a posterior cruciate ligament of his knee. He will miss the remainder of the season.
IT'S GOOD!: Doug Pelfrey gets a well-deserved hug from holder Steve Phillips after the UK placekicker nailed a game-winning 32-yard field goal.
photo by UK sports information
photo by Mark Cornelison
KENTUCKY 26, GEORGIA 24
HERE I COME: Georgia's Garrison Hearst prepares to meet Kentucky (left to right) defenders Joey Couch, Brad Armstead and Jeff Brady.
photo by Mark Cornelison
BETTER THAN THE FRONT ROW: Kentucky head basketball coach Rick Pitino watched the Bulldog-Wildcat battle from the sideli [ICS.      photo by Mark Cornelison J&vem/ter- 3, {C$0
FIRST DOWN...BLUE!
Members of Kentucky's defense, including Randy Holleran (40), Dean Wells official's signal after Brady shook the ball loose from Georgia tailback Larry (42), Brad Shuford (78) and Jeff Brady (kneeling behind Holleran) react to the   Ware. The fumble was covered by Jim Craves (87). photo by Mark Comelison
'IF I CAN'T GET IT, YOU CAN'T, EITHER' LET US HELP
Kentucky split end Phil Logan and Georgia cornerback Chuck Carswell bat- Georgia free safety Mike Jones (9) and outside linebacker Greg Jackson "help"
tie for position on what turned out to be an incomplete pass. Both players Kentucky tailback Al Baker out of bounds. Baker, named the SEC's Offensive
enjoyed fine gamesLogan caught a career-high six passes for 88 yards and Player of the Week, rushed 24 times for 133 yards and two second-half
Carswell returned a punt 69 yards for a touchdown.           photo bV Mark comenson touchdowns.
photo by Mark Cornelison '89 UK RESULTS (6-5)
UK	Opponents	
17	INDIANA	14
13	NORTH CAROLINA	6
3	at Alabama	15
12	AUBURN	24
33	RUTGERS	26
27	LSU	21
23	at Georgia	34
31	CINCINNATI	0
15	at Vanderbilt	11
28	at Florida	38
10	TENNESSEE	31
? Home games in ALL CAPITALS
KENTUCKY DEPTH CHART
OFFENSE Split end
25 Steve Phillips (6-2, 209, Sr.)/or
80 Phil Logan (6-2, 190, Sr.)
Left tackle
71 Greg Lahr (6-5, 270, Jr.)
50 Kevin Disotelle (6-3, 268, Jr.)
Left guard
68 Todd Perry (6-4, 265, So.) 61 Bill Hulette (6-3, 262, Sr.)
Center
53 Matt Branum (6-2, 261, So.)
64 David Parks (6-2, 247, Fr.)
Right guard
63 Joel Mazzella (6-1, 265, Sr.) 61 Bill Hulette (6-3, 265, Sr.)
Right tackle
65 Chuck Bradley (6-5, 278, So.) 50 Kevin Disotelle (6-3, 268, Jr.)
Tight end
85 Rodney Jackson (6-2, 240, Sr.)
81 Bobby Henderson (6-2, 245, Sr.)
Quarterback
18 Freddie Maggard (6-2, 212, Jr.)
19 Ryan Hockman (6-2, 195, So.)
Fullback
44 Terry Samuels (6-2, 240, Fr.) 5 Al Baker (5-11, 227, Sr.)
Tailback
5 Al Baker (5-11, 227, Sr.) 32 Mike Thomas (5-1, 205, Jr..)
Flanker
8 Kurt Johnson (5-7, 140, So.) 7 Neal Clark (5-9, 169, Jr.)
Placekicker
21 Doug Pelfrey (5-11, 178, So.) 10 Don Rubin (5-9, 185, Jr.)
DEFENSE
Strike
42 Dean Wells (6-3, 230, So.) 59 Zane Beehn (6-4, 220, Fr.)
Defensive tackle
78 Brad Shuford (6-3, 285, So.) 98 Jerry Bell (6-3, 275, Sr.)
Nose guard
48 Joey Couch (6-1, 250, Jr.) 57 Jody Matthews (6-0, 252, So.)
Defensive end
56 Derrick Thomas (6-2, 227, Jr.) 87 Jim Graves (6-6, 245, Jr.)
Mike linebacker
40 Randy Holleran (6-1, 238, Sr.) 84 Billy Swanson (6-0, 225, Sr.)
Will linebacker
84 Billy Swanson (6-0, 225, Sr.) 46 Reggie Smith (6-3, 209, So.)
Bandit
39 Jeff Brady (6-1, 228, Sr.)
3 Duce Williams (6-0, 186, Fr.)
Rover
17 Larry Jackson (5-11, 200, Jr.) 26 Salim Shahid (6-3, 187, Fr.)
Hit
2 Gary Willis (6-1, 177, Jr.) 38 Don Robinson (6-3, 185, Fr.)
Free safety
1 Brad Armstead (6-0, 179, So.) 20 Chris Tolbert (5-11, 182, Sr.)
Cornerback
4 Sterling Ward (5-11, 174, So.) 24 Adrian Sherwood (5-11, 165, Fr.)
Punter
13 Bill Hawk (6-0, 208, Jr.) 18 Freddie Maggard (6-2, 212, Jr.)
'90 UK SCHEDULE/RESULTS
UK/Date	Opponent
20     CENTRAL MICHIGAN 17	
8	at Rutgers 24
24	INDIANA 45
13	at North Carolina 6
29	at Ole Miss 35
17       MISSISSIPPI STATE 15	
20	at LSU 30
26	GEORGIA 24
Nov. 10	VANDERBILT
Nov. 17	FLORIDA
Nov. 24	at Tennessee
? Home games in ALL CAPITALS
1990 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY FOOTBALL ROSTER
No.	Player	Pos.	Ht	Wt	Class	Hometown (High School/JC)	48	Joey Couch	NG	6-1	255	Jr.-2L	Paintsville (High)
1	Brad Armstead	FS	6-0	179	So.-IL	Henderson (Henderson Co.)	49	Roger Sullivan	LB	6-4	222	Fr.-HS	White Oak, Pa. (McKeesport)
2	Gary Willis	HIT	6-1	177	Jr.-Sq.	Gainesville, Fla. (Buchholz)	50	Kevin Disotelle	OG	6-3	268	Jr.-Sq.	Houston, Texas (Northshore)
3	Duce Williams	ROVER	6-0	186	Fr.-RS	Bethel Park, Pa. (High)	51	David Langdon	or	5-11	283	Fr.-Sq.	Manchester (Clay Co.)
4	Sterling Ward	CB	5-11	174	S0.-1L	Lexington (Bryan Station)	52	Wesley Jackson	C	6-3	265	Fr.-RS	Louisville (Manual)
5	Al Baker	FB	5-11	227	Sr.-2L	Cadiz (Trigg Co.)	53	Matt Branum	C	6-2	261	SO.-1L	Florence (Boone Co.)
6	Scott Gilley	CB	5-10	186	Fr.-RS	Tampa, Fla. (King)	54	TJ. Maynard	C	6-4	264	So.-Sq.	Flatwoods (Russeil)
7	Neal Clark	SE	5-9	169	Jr.-1L	Paducah (Tilghman)	55	Travis Hahn	OG	6-3	263	So.-IL	Louisville (St. Xavier)
8	Kurt Johnson	FL	5-7	140	SO.-1L	Paducah (Tilghman)	56	Derrick Thomas	DE	6-2	227	Jr-IL	Lexington (Bryan Station)
9	Bill ' ampbl li	FS	5-10	171	Fr.-Sq.	Lexington (Tates Creek)	57	Jody Matthews	NG	6-0	252	So.-IL	Villa Rica. Ga. (High)
MO	Troy Hobbs	FL	5-9	130	Fr.-Sq.	Miami, Fla. (Southridge)	58	Sean Smith	LB	6-3	232	Fr.-RS	Louisville (Male)
10	Don Rubin	PK	5-8	I60	Jr.-JC	Miami, Fla. (Taft JC)	59	Zane Beehn	STRIKE	6-4	223	Fr.-HS	Owensboro (Apollo)
11	Brad Smith	QB	6-3	205	So.-Sq.	Lakeland, Fla. (High)	60	Courtney Longacre	C	6-3	266	Jr.-Sq.	Louisville (Fairdale)
12	Craig Walker	TB	5-10	209	So.-RS	Louisville (Fairdale)	61	Bill Hulette	OG	6-3	262	Sr.-2L	Morganfield (Union Co.)
13	Bill Hawk	P	60	208	Jr.-1L	Santa Ynez, Calif. (Cal-Lutheran)	62	Dude Harper	C	6-2	235	Fr.-HS	Clemson, S.C. (Daniel)
14	Brent Claiborne	PK	5-9	161	Fr.-Sq	Owensboro (Daviess Co.)	63	Joel Mazzella	OG	6-1	275	Sr.-2L	Parkersburg, WVa. (High)
14	Mike Kinney	QB	6-3	208	Fr.-HS	Wheaton, III. (Wheaton North)	64	David Parks	C	6-2	247	Fr.-RS	Villa Rica, Ga. (High)
15	Brian Scott	P	6-1	195	So.-Sq.	Hardy (Belfry)	65	Chuck Bradley	OT	6-5	278	So.-IL	Louisville (Fern Creek)
16	Pookie Jones	QB	6-2	180	Fr.-HS	Murray (Calloway Co.)	66	Louis Casanova	OT	60	234	Fr-Sq	Upper St. Clair, Pa. (High)
17	Larry Jackson	ROVER	5-11	200	Jr.-Sq.	Mayfield (High)	67	Chris Sammarone	C	6-3	235	Fr.-HS	Youngstown, Ohio (Chaney)
18	Freddie Maggard	QB	6-2	219	Jr.-1L	Cumberland (High)	68	Todd Perry	OG	6-4	272	So.-IL	Elizabethtown (North Hardin)
19	Ryan Hockman	QB	6-2	201	So.-Sq	Harrison, Ohio (High)	69	Jason Dombroski	NG	6-2	279	Fr.-RS	LaGrange (Trinity)
20	Chris Tolbert	HIT	5-11	182	Sr.-3L	Pensacola, Fla. (B.T. Washington)	71	Greg Lahr	OT	6-5	281	Jr.-2L	Pickerington, Ohio (High)
21	Doug Pelfrey	PK-CB	5-11	T.	So-Sq	Edgewood (Scott)	72	Aaron Purdie	DE	6*	260	Fr.-HS	Toledo, Ohio (E.L. Bowsher)
22	Greg Hunt	FL	60	| v.;	Jr.-Sq.	Richmond, Va. (Fork Union)	73	Jeff Weihe	DG	6-4	261	So.-Sq.	Louisville (Holy Cross)
23	Donnie Redd	TB	5-9	170	Fr.-HS	Danville (High)	74	Dean Wilks	OG	6-3	311	Sr.-3L	Proctorville, Ohio (Fairland)
24	Adrian Sherwood	CB	6-0	170	Fr.-HS	Texas City, Texas (High)	75	John Perine	DT	6-5	280	Fr.-HS	Mobile, Ala. (Vigor)
25	Steve Phillips	SE	6-2	209	Sr.-1L	Fairfield, Ohio (High)	76	Mark Askin	OT	6-5	270	Fr.-HS	Louisville (St. Xavier)
26	Salim Shahid	ROVER	6-3	187	Fr.-RS	Louisville (Male)	77	Chris Reedy	OG	6-3	240	So.-Sq.	Elizabethtown (High)
27	Clyde Rudolph	FL	5-7	I56	Fr.-HS	Pensacola, Fla. (BT. Washington)	78	Brad Shuford	DG	6-3	285	So.-Sq.	Cincinnati, Ohio (Greenhills)
28	Dale See	FB	5-6	227	Fr.-Sq.	Columbus, Ohio (St. Charles)	80	Phil Logan	SE	6-2	196	Sr.-3L	Louisville (Holy Cross)
29	Brian Evans	FL	60	174	Fr.-RS	Louisville (Pleasure Ridge Park)	81	Bobby Henderson	TE	6-2	245	Sr,1L	Theodore, Ala. (Tyler CC)
30	Daryl Conn	BANDIT	6-1	190	Fr.-HS	Franklin (Franklin-Simpson)	82	John Bolden	FL	60	175	Sr.-3L	Louisville (Male)
31	Mark Chatmon	SE	5-8	156	Fr.-Sq.	Milwaukee, Wis. (South Division)	83	Mike Meece	TE	6S	243	Sr.-2L	Cincinnati, Ohio (Madeira)
32	Mike Thomas	TB	5-11	214	Jr.-1L	Somerset. N.J. (Franklin)	84	Billy Swanson	LB	60	231	Sr.-1L	Paducah (Tilghman)
33	Bob Shehan	SE	5-11	170	So.-Sq.	Florence (Boone Co.)	85	Rodney Jackson	IE	6-2	252	Sr.-1L	Tyler, Texas (Tyler CC)
34	Tim Harris	TB	5-10	191	So.-Sq.	New Castle (Henry Co.)	86	Eugene McClellan	DE	6-3	281	So.-Sq.	Cincinnati, Ohio (Country Day)
35	Cale Langford	SE	5-10	171	Fr.-Sq.	Chatsworth, Ga. (Murray Co.)	87	Jim Graves	STRIKE	6-6	251	Jr.-Sq.	Lexington (Henry Clay)
36	Matt Riazzi	TB	5-7	181	Fr.-Sq.	Kettering, Ohio (Archbishop Alter)	88	Scott Rayburn	"1E	6-4	252	Sr.-Sq.	Kenova, WVa. (Berkner)
37	Shane Ball	LB	6-3	205	Fr.-HS	Henderson (Henderson Co.)	89	Mickey Dean	TE	64	236	So.-Sq.	Sarasota, Fla. (High)
38	Donald Robinson	HIT	6-3	185	Fr.-HS	Richmond, Va. (John Marshall)	90	Barry Rich	DG	8-1	265	Fr.-RS	Tompkinsville (Monroe Co.)
39	Jeff Brady	BANDIT	6-1	228	Sr.-2L	Melbourne (Newport Catholic)	91	Daniel Lee	DE	6-5	265	Jr.-Sq.	Marianna, Fla. (Cottondale)
40	Randy Holleran	LB	6-1	238	Sr.-2L	McKeesport, Pa. (High)	92	Jon Collins	NG	5-10	262	So.-Sq.	Madisonville (North Hopkins)
41	Delandual Conwell	FB	6-1	195	Fr.-HS	Ironton. Ohio (High)	93	Patrick Porter	TE	6-3	230	Sr.-Sq.	Flemingsburg (Fleming Co.)
42	Dean Wells	STRIKE	6-3	235	So.-1L	Louisville (Holy Cross)	94	Robert Stinson	NG	6-5	260	Fr.-HS	Cadiz (Trigg Co.)
43	Ken Johnson	BANDIT	5-11	205	Fr.-RS	Ellwood City. Pa. (Riverside)	95	Tim Calvert	FL	5-9	159	Fr.-Sq.	Mount Washington (Bullitt East)
44	Terry Samuels	FB	6-2	252	Fr.-RS	Louisville (Male)	96	John Merkle	DT	6-5	250	Fr.-HS	Memphis, Tenn. (Evangelical)
45	Marty Moore	LB	6-1	235	Fr.-RS	Fort Thomas (Highlands)	97	Chuck Latimer	STRIKE	6-5	240	So.-Sq.	Lorain, Ohio (Admiral King)
46	Reggie Smith	LB	6-3	209	SO.-1L	Cleveland, Ohio (Benedictine)	98	Jerry Bell	DE	6-3	291	Jr.-2L	Louisville (DeSales)
47	Neil Page	TE	6-t	259	So.-Sq.	Roswell, Ga. (Riverside Military Acad.)	99	Damon Betz	NG	6-5	270	Fr.-HS	Wilmington, Del. (Tower Hill)
NOTE: Asterisks O indicate rj		plicate numbers	V TCP chart	. SOURCE: UK sports Information department									
 KENTUCKY FOOTBALL STATISTICS
3-5 OVERALL
2-2 SEC
 TEAM STATS UK
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS.................................................................................154
By Rushing.................................................................................................69
By Passing.................................................................................................77
By Penalty....................................................................................................8
NET YARDS RUSHING..............................................................................1015
Avg. Net Per Game................................................................................126.9
Rushing Attempts.....................................................................................322
Avg. Gain Per Rush...................................................................................3.2
NET YARDS PASSING................................................................................1476
Avg. Net Per Game................................................................................184.5
Avg. Net Per Attempt.................................................................................5.2
Passes Attempted.....................................................................................282
Passes Completed....................................................................................151
Had Intercepted..........................................................................................11
TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS.......................................................................2491
Avg. Net Per Game.................................................................................311.4
Total Plays................................................................................................604
Avg. Plays Per Game...............................................................................75.5
Avg. Gain Per Play....................................................................................4.1
PUNTING AVERAGE...................................................................................38.8
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE............................................................................7.8
KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE....................................................................20.7
PENALTY YARDS PER GAME........................