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accounts which appeared in Lexington “The Leadership Committee.” sentatives. The representatives are selected 4
cited two main reasons for the boycotts — You see, the University of Kentucky by their teammates. The VC/ildcats` fifth- {
1.) Frustrations due to winless seasons and football program implemented the year representatives on the committee are
2.) Internal problems directed toward the Leadership Committee during Currys ini- strike Dean \X’ells and linebacker Reggie
particular coaching staffs. tial season as the Wildcats, head coach in Smith. Others include linebacker Marty
Suddenly, each Division T-A football- 1990. It serves as the pulse of the entire Moore (fourth-year), flanker Troy Hobbs
la tinv institution had to look in the mir- team, not only scholarshi layers, but (fourth-vear , uarterback Pookie ones l
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ror. Every head coach had to wonder just walk-ons as well. (third-year), cornerback Don Robinson
what could have been done to detect such “The leadership committee provides a (third-year), split end Leon Smith (second-
incidents. strong, positive influence on our team,” year), bandit David Snardon (second-year), i
ln the last few weeks, questions have said Curry, who had similar committees at safety Leman Boyd (first-year), strike
been thrown at Kentucky Coach Bill Curry Georgia Tech and Alabama. °`lt is a direct Howard Carter (first—year), snapper/holder y
about the situations at Mem his State and line ofcommunication from our la ters to Travis Powers (walk-on and winvback
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South Carolina. And always, the one ques- the head coach. We meet once a week dur- Matt Riazzi (walk-on).
:5 tion to always came up — “What can you ing the season. The sole purpose of this No, the \Y/ildcatsi Leadership Commit-
do as a head coach to predict player frus- committee is to bring matters of concern tee does not make Kentucky immune to
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says Lindsay Elston, a fifth-grader at Albert student football player, manager or trainer as great as our childrenls future. ln the words `
Farine Elementar r School in lvin , Texas. who is utsuinv studies in education. A total of 7- tear-old Peter Wootls. a first-vrader at the
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  Yr . _   . Q   1  · ._ gi g THE SERIES · THE coacnns 1
        1   L  L A   ‘: - 3     Series Record: Georgia leads, 34-9-2 Kentucky: Bill Curry (Georgia Tech ’65)  
  _· 1     Wg  T   H :  V`__   First Meeting: 1939, in Louisville; Career Record; 68-70-4 (13th year)  
    »_·_     ii`i     Kentucky Won, 13-6 Record at UK: 11-17-0 (3rd year) 1
TTZTTTTT   _       _   ‘_‘.   _·  In I-€XiUgtOU? Georgia leads, 16-5-0 GCOl'g13Z Ray GDH (Georgia   '
_   _; _ " _     ln Athens: Geogia leads, 17-3-2 Career Record: 25-17-0 (4th year)  
AS if   O     ` T L   “`.‘r I   Neutfal Sites: Tied, 1-1-O Record at UGA; 25-17-0 (4th yea;)  
Lili;     `'~_      it cit,   THE LAST MEETTNG PLAYERS TO WATCH  
1 {Rinse     1991 in Athens. Georgia won, 49-27 Kentucky Ojzense 1
E And   Game Recap: 8 Kurt johnson, FL (5-7, 147, Sr.) ,
much-     Georgia’s freshman quarterback Eric 21 Doug Pelfreyg PK (5-1 1, 183, Sr.) T
€{€nS€ Zeier threw for 302 yards and two 16 Pookie jones, QB (6-1, 192, So.)
Y_aV€1__ echelon in th; Egst   touchdowns go §;qldthe Bullldogsl to 68 Todd Perry; OG (6-5, 292, Sr.)
, , division o t e   victory over t e i cats in t eir ast 1
1€LbSa11 SEQ, and that will   meeting. After a topsy-tuwy first half Kentucky Defwe
hmdlv be tough.°°   Georgia sat down with a 35-20 advan- 4 Sterling V/ard, Rov (5-1 1, 182, Sr.) 1
1 {O dg The baddest   tage. Kentucky sliced the lead to 8 in 42 Dean \We1ls, Str (6-3, 243,1511) ‘
Bulldog in the   the third quarter behind Pookie jones, 45 Marty Moore, LB (6-1, 239, jr.) 1
S back East invapgs giorcp- h h I who hit 110 of 112 passes on thqg day f1pr 1 Brad Armstead, FS (6-0, 188, Sr.) 1 1
Ed Om monwea t ta ium tonig t wit teetr 120 yar s an two scores. ut t e · 1
. gleaming and gums salivating over the Wildcats would get no closer, and Geargiu Oyjfknse t
2;;; division crown which is within its grasp. finally fell, 49-27. 5 Garrison Hearst, SB (5-11, 202, jr.) 1 1
kl And Georgiafhaj falleq on1y once thi? year alnd THE STO INE 10   Zeier, QB (6\jX}2, .220, So.) J ) 1  
can’t afor anot 1er oss, as tigit as tris RYL 1 re Hastings, R -3, 180, r. r
iidslfli seasons race has proved to be. Kentucky (4-2) has been energized 71 Alec Millen, OL (6-7, 278, Sr.) 1 1
fmmh Ray Goff `s team has reason to believe by its road win against LSU last week, 1  
mmim that won’t happen. A renaissance of sorts and needs an upset today to step to the Georgia Dtfrizre 1  
S has occurred in Athens, and the confidence front of the SEC East division race. 58 Mitch Davis, OLB (6-3, 237, jr.) 1
back]. of a rejuvenated offense and crunching Georgia (6-1) is well on its way to a 54 Greg jackson, DT (6-2, 246, Sr.) 1  
1/Cd` WC defense has won over players and fans alike. major bowl bid and cannotlafford a 24 Greg Tremble, ES (5-11, 185, jr.) 1 p
bccmm I The Bullqogs 11avel11unkered doxgn in stumble this evening. 42 Randall Godfrey 1LB (6-3, 218, Fr.)  
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E Eric Zeier and wide receiver Andre is the meager 11.6 points it surrenders per have Georgia`s number in Commonwealth (_
Hastings have been Georgia°s prime game. Outside linebacker Mitch Davis, stadium over the past few years, if you T
28-6 movers. Hearst has lit up the conference, tackle Greg jackson and free safety Greg believe in that sort of thing. Two years ago, 1
31-34 and the nation, for 1,061 yards through Tremble lead the pulverizing defensive Doug Pelfrey hit a 32-yard field goal with
56-0 seven games. More impressive is his 8.2 squad. seven seconds remaining to snatch a 26-24 1
37-11 yards-per-carry average while rushing a This is a team that leaves precious little win over Georgia. ln 1988, Kentucky came A
27-3 grueling 19 times per outing. margin for error. from behind to topple the 1 lth-ranked
34-7 Zeier runs the attack with the aplomb “(Georgia has) really picked it up a lot Bulldogs, 16-10.
30-20 ofa senior, though he is only a sophomore, in the last couple of years and they gave us Nice memories, to be sure. But even
and has passed for almost 1,400 yards thus a terrible time last year so we better work Curry the idealist gives way to Curry the
1 far. His favorite target, Hastings, has hard,” said Curry. realist in these matters. Yesterdayls win  
snagged 27 tosses for nearly 19 yards a That shouldn°t be a problem consider- doesnlt ensure a win today, heid tell you.  
catch. ing the magnitude of tonightls game. Performance does, and execution, and 1
1fGeorgia’s scoring average — 34.7 And, one might argue, there is one heart.  
points per game — is scary, more daunting other factor at work. Kentucky seems to Thats the vision, win or lose. i
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Hm, C0mmu”imti0m- Pelfrey and his widely acclaimed foot kind of bitter about the whole situation,
literally exploded onto the SEC scene in but I was excited to be here, because it had
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  ·.._.   ‘,.     the team, to conditioning, earned htm a scholarship. The Edgewood, Ky., native abandoned
Q     to the classwork. An ath- fhat day against Georgia may have his baseball career after that disappointing
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,   letes level of commitment, been the true beginning of Pelfreyis story- 1989 season to concentrate on football. He
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that commitment, determine the athletes had written a significant introduction, spring of 1990. Oh, did I say defense?
sticcess — both on and off the field. launchinv a 50- ard field oal on his first Pelfre ori inall intended to lar defen-
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uressure— nacked vositions in s norts » trul started Pelfre on his walkon-makes- it was his success as a kicker that ended
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