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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Sports. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 20, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19518.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Sports. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19518

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Transcript Cougars STRUGGLE 1 he Cougars started SWC play against red-hot Baylor who had come off two big wins against Colorado and Missouri. The Bears came on strong as our Coog's tried to keep up with them, only to lose 38-21. Turnovers were a big problem, as the offense suffered from fumbles and interceptions, and the defense couldn't pressure their opponents enough to create turnovers and QB sacks. In Arkansas, David Klingler got sick, and staggered through the first half. Coach Jenkins had to find which backup could fill Klingler's shoes. Arkansas took the gift, and took a victory from the Cougars 28-17 as they left the SWC for the Southeast Conference. Who would take the QB spot as Klingler recovered? Luckily, SMU was next, and the trio of Chandler Evans, Jimmy Klingler and Donald Douglas were no match for the hapless Mustangs 49-20. At Kyle Field, we really learned how much of a beating David Kingler could take. The A&M defense ran through our offensive line and put 'the slinger' down to the turf 10 times. The team rallyed in the third quarter with two scoring drives, and one near touchdown that lead to penalties and fourth down punt. The defense worked hard, and held the Aggies for most of the game, but allowed a late touchdown to inflate the farm-bovs' win 27-18. Revenge was on the minds of the team as Texas came to town. Losing the in SWC games and they weren't going to let a weakened Texas team beat them again on national TV. The Cougars played there best, most balanced game, and new superback TiAndre Sanders found his place in the offense and the end zone, helping the team to a win 23-14. Next was the battle for the Bayou Bucket. The Rice Owls, who were on a continuing quest to find a winning season, were mowed down by another Cougar air attack. Just like the good old days. Maybe the team was fueled by the slim chance of going to a bowl game, also showing that things aren't too bad, when you can beat Rice 41- 21. But you could lose to TCU instead. In Amon Carter Stadium, the team faced another batch of SWC overachievers, and a questionable touchdown in the last seconds gave it to TCU 49-45, killing the chances for a winning season. The last game of the season was played for pride, but the Red Raiders search for a winning season was just a little stronger as they won 46-52. Turnovers were again a factor as the offense struggled to turn long drives into points. The Cougars took a lot of punishment, but weren't able to get the rewards they had hoped for. We did find an answer to some questions over the season, but many others remain, not the least of them, who will replace David Klingler? Hopefully these questions will be answered as the Cougars try once again for the bowls, championship, and respect they wt^s. 1 / ■L iH^^, [ ijmmmm^mmmm^ photo by Thomas Nguyen year before had the Cougars seeing red, deserve.-Michael Edwards Inside reciver Fred Gilbert is brought down by an eager Baylor Bear as Baylor roared in with momentum and out with a win. Photo by Adrees Latif. W hen David Klingler couldn't play the SMU game due to illness, the "Air Apparent", sophomore Donald Douglas, was one of three quarterbacks that lead the cougars to victory. Photo by Thomas Nguyen. Lighting up the SCOREBOARD * ' \»"iV 4. 1991 Cougar Football HOUSTON Opponent 73 Louisiana Tech 3 10 Miami 40 10 Illinois 51 21 Baylor 38 17 Arkansas 28 49 SMU 20 18 Texas A&M 27 23 Texas 14 41 Rice 21 45 TCU 49 46 Texas Tech 52 IN ot like it was difficult, but Defensive Left End Glenn Cadrez takes out the little scrub SMU brought in as a quarterback. SMU quarterback Mike Romo had been out for the entire season with an injury. Photo by Thomas Nguyen. JL/inebacker Tyler Mucho, Defensive Ends James Bevil and Allen Aldridge and company work on stopping the Longhorn offense. Photo by Thomas Nguyen. 114 Sports Football 115