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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1989 - Sports. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 16, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/22668/show/22512.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1989 - Sports. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/22668/show/22512

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Students of the University of Houston, Houstonian 1989 - Sports, Houstonian Yearbook Collection, Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, accessed April 16, 2014, http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/22668/show/22512.

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Transcript ... excitement Although UH dropped its first home game to the Texas Aggies 30-16, Ware returned to his form of 1987 when he started for the Cougars. Coming off the bench, Ware led UH to a late rally that fell short of victory. Following the loss to A&M, the Cougars took out its frustration on the University of Tulsa with a 82-28 romp in the Astrodome, setting the stage for a conference showdown with the Arkansas Razorbacks. With the Cotton Bowl on the line, the Razorbacks won the game aided by a controversial call on an attempted on-side kick. Again Ware had rallied the troops in the fourth quarter. A UH touchdown that cut the lead to 26- 21 with 31 seconds left in the game, meant an on-side kick attempt was coming by the Cougars. The kick was fumbled by a Razorback player, but the officials, after much deliberation, ruled the player was down before the fumble. As if inspired by the close loss to the Razor- backs, UH went on to win its next five games by a combined score of 215-80. After a 40-12 trouncing of Texas Christian University, UH scored a 66-15 victory over the Texas Longhorns, marking the second consecutive year the Cougars scored 60 or more against Texas. Defensive back Johnny Jackson continued a personal assault on Texas with two interceptions. The previous year Jackson set an NCAA record by returning three intercepted passes for touchdowns against the Longhorns. Following the wins over Texas and Wyoming, UH won a squeaker over Texas Tech 30-29. After the game, the Cougars received the formal invitation to spend Christmas in Hawaii. Rice fell to UH the following week to end the regular season with UH's best record since 1979. Washington State jumped out to a 24-9 lead in the Aloha Bowl, but this time quarterback David Dacus led the second half rally. Bringing the team back to trail 24-22, Dacus connected on a pass to Dixon who fumbled the ball inside the 10- yard line of Washington State with less than three minutes left in the game. Washington State ran out the clock to end the Cougars' year. But the Aloha Bowl epitomized the Cougar season. Win or lose, it was fun to watch. ► Scott Cory In Hawaii, James Dixon makes a great catch with little time left, but fumbles away the ball to assure Washington St. a victory. Photo by Tony Bullard. Defensive back Johnny Jackson prepares to make a The football players celebrate after receiving the of * ^ | tackle against a Washington St. rusher. Photo by Tony ficial invitation to play in the Aloha Bowl. Photo by M Bullard. Tony Bullard. f Front Row: James Dixon, Keith Jenkins, Simon Rodriguez. Row 2: Ben Hurt, Asst. Coach, Carl Hargrave, Asst. COach, Pat Donohoe, Asst. Coach, Tracy Good, Mecridric Calloway, Kody Smith, Chuck Weatherspoon, Head Coach Jack Pardee, Jet Brown, Kenny Perry, Tyrone Jones, Ronnie Johnson, Bob Young, Asst. Coach, Pat Thomas, Asst. Coach, Charles Seafous. Row 3: Kimble Anders, Virgil Lewis, Nelson Howard, Chris Lewis, Jose Zarate, Vaughn Hall, Quinton Tezano, Pat Early, Roman Anderson, Johnny Doresey, Dan Scariffa, Tony Williams, Mike Adams, Paul Smith, Cornelius Price. Row 4: Johnny Jackson, John Stankus, Andy Sexton, Shelby Jobe, Tony Malloy, Tyler Mucho, Britt Bowers, Alton Mongomery,Shawn McConnell, Scott Pullig, Matt SMith, Jamie Maunton,Steve Spillman, Carlos Leon. Row 5: Eric Blount, Corky Gore, Kevin Tuggle, Glenn Montgomery, Pete Zografos, Craig Alexander, Patrick Cooper, Chris Ellison, Terry Randall, Cris Pezman, Dexter Randall, Kraig Thompson, Mark Dardin. Row 6: David Beardon, Marcus Payavla, Stephen Hines, Larry Ball, Andre Ware, Stan Forney, Mark Hecht, John Gaston, Wes Young, David Kingler, Sam James, Robert Bland, Cris Cortez, Brisket Howard. Row 7: Ted Pardee, Reggie Burnett, Terry Moser, Kevin Blier, Johnnie Johnson, Frank Bryan, Leroy Truitt, David Dacus, Cris Tucker, Mike Flanagan, Henry Lewis, Al Luna, David Jenkins, Darren Warren, Del Montgomery. Row 8: David Jacobson, Kevin LaBay, Jason Jessup, Jason Davis, Clay Cain, Craig Veasey Mike Tyson, Michael Gisler, Johnny Norwood, Shane Berg, Greg Jones, Jay Jenkins, Charley Bowan, William Gant. Row 9: Mike Holley, Robert McDade, J.B. Moody, Ed Thomas, Byron Forsythe, Phillip Speight, Norman Adams, Joey Banes, Ed Powers, Richard Bailes, Clay Cain, Alfred Oglesby, Lamar Lathon, Paul Hearn, Jr., John Morris. Row 10: Assistant Coaches: Tommy Kaiser, Craig Hargrave, Rice Hernandez, Ron Calcagni, Jim Eddy, Greg Williams, Wesley Cope, John Jenkins, Louis Schartz, Marvin Herman, Steve Skaggs, Tony Fitzpatrick, Bruce Davis, Ronnie Vinklarek, Mark Reiman. fJ^r.BC.Jr^S: ^g4 7f 84 S3?>Bfe.61jp7Ij.5I. SP ««, !3*.70«S?«40 • (MO -16f48 j4.8 <. is *«5b)»£»£B£ U %. >5- 87-2M 1^23^ t-i 6 ( > m *■ j 65 S. Football ■ 215