Uwe von Schamann
American football placekicker
Uwe von Schamann
Uwe Detlef Walter von Schamann is a former professional American football placekicker. He played for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League, from 1979 to 1984.
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Clutch when it counts - Tulsa World
Google News - over 5 years
Uwe von Schamann's field goal on Sept. 24, 1977, gave OU a 29-28 win over Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio. Tulsa World file By JIMMIE TRAMEL World Sports Writer Because of what transpired Sept. 24, 1977, Uwe von Schamann was, for the rest of his life,
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Bob Hunter commentary: Rumblings ... Ohio State football, Crew, NBA and more - Columbus Dispatch
Google News - over 5 years
He played one of his best games of his career in the Ohio State-Oklahoma matchup in 1977, won by the Sooners 29-28 on Uwe von Schamann's 41-yard field goal with six seconds left. MLive.com reported that Mike Commodore won't wear No
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College Football: 41 Great Games We Wish We Had Attended - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
Uwe Von Schamann's onside kick worked to perfection and the Sooners took possession at midfield. After the offense moved the ball to the OSU 24, Von Schamann returned to the field and nailed a 41-yard field goal for the big road win, 29-28
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Who remembers OU-Ohio State '83? - Tulsa World (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Sooners-Buckeyes I was epic, first for Ohio State's comeback and then for Uwe von Schamann's dagger. Sooners-Buckeyes II in '83? You don't hear so much about that one. The teams weren't as strong. The game, won by Ohio State 24-14, wasn't as dramatic
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Any Given Wednesday: Wer ist Sebastian Vollmer? - sportal.de
Google News - almost 6 years
Der wird dann vielleicht einmal kein Kicker wie Uwe von Schamann oder Horst Mühlmann - der übrigens vom BV Brambauer zu Borussia Dortmund und von dort zu den Bengals und Eagles kam - oder ein Spieler wie Constantin Ritzmann, der leider gewogen und für
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Mother's Day: The rest of the story - NewsOK.com (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Last October, I heard Uwe von Schamann share the story of his mother. I introduced Uwe at the OU Club of Fort Worth's annual luncheon the day before the Texas game. von Schamann, of course, graduated from Fort Worth's Eastern Hills High School in 1975
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SOUTH; Auburn Is Upset By Florida, 18-17
NYTimes - over 30 years
Kerwin Bell, still hobbling with a knee sprain, capped an 18-point fourth-quarter rally today by scrambling for a 2-point conversion with 36 seconds remaining to give Florida an 18-17 upset of fifth-ranked Auburn. Brent Fullwood rushed for 166 yards and a touchdown as the previously unbeaten Tigers built a 17-0 lead before Bell began the furious
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK; TULANE'S PASSING DUO MAKING WAVES
NYTimes - over 30 years
Tulane is having another of its ''rebuilding'' years under Mack Brown, its second-year coach. And despite the team's 1-5 record, Brown has lots of hope for the future. Tulane's leading receiver, Marc Zeno, and his old high-school buddy and quarterback, Terrance Jones, are making impressions if not creating victories just yet. Zeno, a junior, is in
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SCOUTING; The Leg of the League
NYTimes - over 30 years
With his first of two field goals Monday night, Gary Anderson of the Pittsburgh Steelers reached 100 for his career, a prerequisite for the list of N.F.L. history's leaders in 3-point accuracy. Anderson not only made the list, but went right to the head of the class. $ HFG cFGA cPct. *Gary Anderson l101 c128 c.789 *Nick Lowery l143 c185 c.773 *Ed
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Transactions
NYTimes - over 30 years
BASEBALL BOSTON (AL) - Assigned Steve Crawford, pitcher, to Pawtucket of the International League (AAA) for 20-day rehabilitation. Optioned Kevin Romine, outfielder, to Pawtucket. CHICAGO (AL) - Purchased contract of Ron Karkovice, catcher, from Birmingham of Southern League. Placed Luis Salazar on 15-day disabled list. HOUSTON (NL) - Optioned Matt
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QUESTION BOX
NYTimes - over 31 years
QUESTION: Derek Schmidt of Florida State recently set a school record by kicking his 55th consecutive extra point. Is he nearing an N.C.A.A mark? He is still less than two-thirds of the way there. Through this last weekend, Schmidt had made 71 in a row as a collegian, and was still 54 short of the record of 125 straight set by Uwe von Schamann of
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NYTimes - over 31 years
BASEBALL CALIFORNIA (AL) - Placed Geoff Zahn, pitcher, on 15-day disabled list. Recalled Urbano Lugo, pitcher, from Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League. Sent Darryl Sconiers, first baseman, to Edmonton for rehabilitation. CHICAGO (NL) - Placed Bill Hatcher, outfielder, of 15-day disabled list. PHILADELPHIA (NL) - Placed John Wockenfuss, utility
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SUPER BOWL XIX; SUPER BOWL SUMMARY
NYTimes - about 32 years
Scoring FIRST QUARTER Dolphins 3, 49ers 0 - FG, von Schamann, 37, at 7:36. 45 yards in 7 plays. Key play: Nathan, 25, pass from Marino on opening play of drive. 49ers 7, Dolphins 3 - Monroe, 33, rollout pass from Montana (Wersching, kick) at 11:48. 78 yards in 8 plays. Key play: Montana, 15, scrambling run on third-and-7. Dolphins 10, 49ers 7 - D.
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SUPER BOWL XIX; THE DOLPHINS; Backfield
NYTimes - about 32 years
OFFENSE 13 Dan Marino, quarterback, 6 feet 4 inches, 214 pounds, Pitt, 2d season. Set N.F.L. regular-season records with 5,084 yards passing, 48 touchdowns, 362 completions. 22 Tony Nathan, halfback, 6-0, 206, Alabama, 6th. Gained 558 yards during season and is valuable pass catcher, too. 34 Woody Bennett, fullback, 6-2, 225, Miami, 6th. Miami's
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SUPER BOWL XIX; AN EXPLOSIVE OFFENSE THAT SCORES EVERY 16 PLAYS
NYTimes - about 32 years
Don't get into a shootout with the Dolphins. They're never out of a game, and they play on the shortest field in football. They score a touchdown every 104 yards. They do it quicker than anybody else - every 16 plays. Other teams need 30 plays, on the average, to score and other playoff teams need 26. These guys score 10 plays faster than other
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VON SCHAMANN FINDS REASON FOR HOPE
NYTimes - about 32 years
There is no poll to prove that the man in the street has stopped sneering at Uwe von Schamann of the Miami Dolphins, who had the worst record this season among full-time place-kickers in the National Football League. But that may not be as important as his perception that he is again being accepted by the friends and neighbors he believed had
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HEAVY HEAT, LIGHT WORKOUT
NYTimes - about 32 years
They look like the world's biggest summer campers. In their short pants, T-shirts, and white woolen socks the Miami Dolphins hardly look like a National Football League team preparing for a conference championship against the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday. But that's what football life is like down here near the beach, where the temperature this week
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DOLPHIN DEFENDERS: NO TIME TO RELAX
NYTimes - about 32 years
The Dolphins' defense might have been so awed by the offense's ability to score this season that it simply relaxed when it got on the playing field. That theory was offered today by the defense's mountain man, the red- bearded, 6-foot 7-inch Doug Betters. ''We weren't ready for the success the offense was going to have,'' said the left defensive
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