1964 VARSITY TEAM
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ROW ONE: Gus Brezina, Wibert Patterson, Norman Oates, Billy Smith, Rocky Hernandez, Hoist Paul, Jack Skog, Wally Ludtke, and Joe Lopasky. ROW TWO:
Coach Carroll Schultz, Coach Chuck Fairbanks, Sherwood Lucas, Jim Brasher, Mike Barbour, Calvin Endcrli, Cotton Guerrant, Mike Landry, Bernie Brezina, Ra)
Dudley, Paul Otis, Mack Parker, Coach Bobby Gill, and Coach Tom Boisture. ROW THREE: Coach Jimmy Dickey, Head Coach Bill Yeoman, Coach J. D. Roberts,
Stan Castiglione, John Snell, Billy Jones, Bill Dennis, Jesse Jenkins, Dick Spratt, Johnny Jones, Mike Tracy, John Adams, Harry Sides, Jim Combs, Don Petty,
Mike Payte, Coach Melvin Brown, Student Coach Byron Beaver, Student Coach Red Kelley. ROW FOUR: Tim Wright, Jim Dyar, Bo Burris, Boh Mannis, Joe
Rafter, Mickey Don Thompson, David Childers, Mike Spratt, Larry Lantzy, Ronnie George, Dick Post, Benny Miles, Robbie Williams, and Preaslcy Cooper. ROW
FIVE: Ken Bergquist, Anson Jones, George Hamilton, Dave McCandless, Dick Woodall, Charlie Fowler, Dennis Collins, Bill Sopko, Don Cahallero, James Hrous-
sard, Rich Stotter, Will Allen, Carl Cunningham, and Danny Smith.
'64 Homecoming Crowd
Witnesses 13-13 Tie Game
The bright contrast of red and white was splotched throughout
a homecoming audience of 16,000 as Big Red met the Seminoles of
Florida State. In a scoreless first half, the Cougars missed their
chances from the 10, 7, and 14 yard lines. The Seminoles, after the
half-time ceremonies, played a staunch defense and offense in the
third quarter and went on to score in that quarter with a 53-yard
drive. Once again, the Coog defense, led by ends Horst Paul and
Carl Cunningham, with the help of guard Cotton Guerrant and linebackers Mike Payte and Joe Rafter, battled fiercely to hold the
Seminole surge. Soph Bo Burris turned right end behind a jarring
block by Billy Smith, and made the first Coog tally on the board.
Soon after, on a pitch-out to Dickie Post, the Cougars scored from
18 yards out. Late in the fourth, with the final score on the board—
13 to 13—both teams missed a chance on winning by a field goal.
Head Coach Bill Yeoman gets an honorable carry-off after the A&M win.