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COLLEGE FOOTBALL AT A GLANCE / DAILY REPORT : UCLA

Overhauser Makes All-American Team

December 10, 1997|JIM HODGES

UCLA had a strong presence on the Associated Press' All-American list announced Tuesday, with right tackle Chad Overhauser making the first team.

Overhauser joined two other Pacific 10 Conference players on the first-team offensive line: Benji Olsen and Olin Kreutz, both of Washington.

Overhauser also was named a first-team All-American by the Football Writers Assn. of America.

Three Bruins made the AP second team: tailback Skip Hicks, kicker Chris Sailer and safety Shaun Williams.

Hicks and Sailer were first-team choices by the American Football Coaches Assn. and the Walter Camp Football Foundation.

Quarterback Cade McNown and strong safety Larry Atkins were third-team choices by the Associated Press.

At the Bruins' recent banquet, McNown and Atkins were named most valuable players on offense and defense, respectively.

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Offensive coordinator Al Borges is one of five finalists for the Frank Broyles Award, given to the top assistant coach in college football. . . . UCLA has set up package tours for its Cotton Bowl game in Dallas against Texas A&M, with game tickets on sale for $55. Information: (310) 825-2946.

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