When the Alabama-LSU score is in and digested, along with Michigan-Michigan State, Arkansas-Texas, UCLA-Southern Cal, etc., everybody waits to know what happened to old SLIPPERY ROCK. The answer this year will be lots. The Teachers, 4-3-1 last season, are looking for even better things, particularly from Quarterback Greg Klein, a transfer from West Texas State, Linebacker Mike Cullin and Halfback Tim Wilt.
Because Dave Bennett, SPRINGFIELD'S All- New England quarterback, is still around, the 9-0-0 Maroons of last fall expect something similar this year. Because Bob Post, the U.S. MERCHANT MARINE'S own prize quarterback, is not around, the 4-4-1 Cadets expect only trouble, even though 24 lettermen return. TRINITY will miss Quarterback Rick Rissel and his prime target, Bill Gish.
"I know this job is a real challenge, but I'm confident I can meet it," says TUFTS' new coach, Rocky Carzo. A challenge it is. The Brown and Blue were 1-7 last year, and the team lacks the depth to play two platoons. But Carzo is high on sophomore Ken Rosenthal and veterans Ed Sevetz and Frank Hekimian, an All- New England center. It should not take a jumbo-sized effort to win two games.