|Friday, September 29, 2000||
Volume 66, Issue 29
UH remains undefeated in the C-USA
|Dimel hopes for
balanced offense against Mustangs
Cougar Sports Services
UH head football coach Dana Dimel stressed the need to have a balanced offensive attack as the Cougars get set to play Southern Methodist in the second of four home games this season.
The Texas Longhorns shut down the UH running game, and although wide receiver Kendall Williams is healthy, the receiving corps has still had to shuffle players and accelerate younger players' learning processes.
"We feel that we have the guys to get it done. We just have to get them adjusted by getting them in the right spots and giving them enough reps at the right position," Dimel said. "We're trying to find different ways to get particular receivers the football on Saturday night."
The game will be the first meeting between the Cougars and Mustangs since 1995, when both were in the Southwest Conference.
Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. The game will be broadcast in Houston on KBME-AM 790 and on the Internet at broadcast.com.
The Cougars won't be back at Robertson Stadium until they take on Southern
Miss on Oct. 28 for Homecoming.
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