The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 25, 1970 · Page 40
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Sunday, October 25, 1970
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THE CINCINNATI INQUIRER Sunday, Octx.t)?r IS, 1ST0 n 1 -r t r-n t ki "1 'I 11 I f " I 1 1 m -m . All Y VA J 111. lailltiili 12-C Georgia Kentucky, 19-3 BY MARTY KEHOE The Bulldogs did a lot Kentucky Sports Editor of and barking ' and the Wildcats did quite ! LEXINGTON, Ky. It was a bit 0f clawing especially the same old story as the on defense as the teams 'Bulldogs of Georgia treed played to a scoreless first the Wildcats of Kentucky period. Georgia had one se- .for the fifth straight time rious threat by moving to and the 12th time in the the Kentucky nine only to last 14 meetings of the see Joe Stephen intercept ' schools, 19-3, Saturday a Georgia pass on the Ken- ' night before 35,000 fans at tucky one to halt the Stoll Field. threat. Kentucky did not Georgia, in upping its get into the Bulldogs' terri- season record to 3-3, scored tory in the period. Midway one touchdown but got four to the first period, Georgia goals from Kim Braswell, drove to the Kenjadp 11. a 5-7, 155 pounder. An inept where on a fake field goal Kentucky offense failed to attempt Cavan was dragged score a touchdown with fr,an 11 lof- onlv a field eoal bv Bobby Bulldogs got on the ?fnes p eventSkg f rom scoreboard early to ttewj beins blanked ond period after recovering ? itTSi a nieht of a Kentucky fumble. Ken- tlLZoX coaS joiS jsaf Kfcy and his Wildcats, who "P rttory until less than a min- gia on the Cats ute remained in the first Nine plays carried to the Kentucky three, where on 'a s - J fourth down Braswell, a Wildcat, Lack Bite Sg01 ' Fit iown, .6E"i,A ltE?iUCKY Shortly after Kentucky BSiS m penetated Georgia terri- Rehif yirdagi si io tory for the first time in p3? '340 M the game on a pass from fWM ',. i ,? Scruggs to Jim Reed but p,n,ll,e 14 37 Kentucky was found guilty tr" ";""v"rr, " of offsides and the play, half and penalties, fumbles which went to the Georgia and mental errors halted 20, was called back, any offense they could gen- , With time running out erate in the first half, Georgia took over on the Georgia ,The crushing blow came 15 plays carried to in the third period when the 35 from Where Mike the 'Cats had high hopes cavan pased to Chuck of, pulling the game out. whittemore, who got be-Bernie Scruggs broke loose yond the Kentucky sec-fjr 88 yards in an appar- ondary on the Kentucky 34 ent TD, only to fall down and raced unmolested for oflt the two-yard line. On the touchdown. Braswell the next play, he fumbled, tacked on the extra point Georgia recovered and went for a 10-0 lead, on to score its third field Miiench, former Sal- Newport Catholic High Georgia picked up 21 first School star, set up a Ken-downs to the 'Cats' 12 and tucky field goal in the first had total offensive yardage five minutes of the third of 404 yards to the 'Cats' Period. He fell on a Geor-293 gia bobble on the Georgia Coach Ray, showing signs 4?- A"er two PlaTs eaine of disgust, said after the Vn.e; fs ,a,r u"2 game, "we just, gave the JgNSee plS? SS SlZVwTJ nd PBobby10SJon" Sf5? gthey haTa booted a fiel(l goal from gia as tney nave a line the 27 d u t bujld football team but we the lead to 10.3 helped them too much. They had a fine field goal It took Georgia just four kicker and made a score minutes to regain its 10- every time they got close." ?oint Aeal .? e Bulldogs Coach Ray also revealed took the kockoff to the 19 that Cecil Bowens, who car- Braswell booted a 36- ried the ball well for a yard field goal from the 26- snort time early in the yara Ime- game, suffered an mjury Tky o '8 I VI that prevented him from Georgia-Field goal, 19, Braswell. getting back into the game. ft- ?ass from "It was a good hard, '3j fe. Clean - hitting fOOtball Georqia-Field oosl, 43, Brasswell. trnrriA " Via pnnMiiripri Georgia-field goal, 30, Braswell. game, ne conciuaea. Attendance-34,000. Sale! Men's Wingback Brogue reg. 16.95 This brawny wingbacl: is ever popular with men of oil ages and especially popular now at a special reduced price. It has all the traditional details but is "shaped" with a brooder toe for today's fashion tastes. Limited time only for this special price! Brown grain leather. Sizes 7-12. McAlpin's men's shoes, main floor also Western Hills, Kenwood Plaia, Cherry Grove write or phone 42 1 -9 1 00 r ins 13.88 1 .I ' ":- , . r v:. , ! " '! ' ; -- i u :i 1 ;vl: m umMmmmmiMf&mmfMm s? m$msmm ii . . . Oklahoma State's quarterback Pounds (No. 11) Is ressurized by Nebraska's Willie Harper (No. 81) and Larry Johnson (No. 75), while Bob Bridges (No .71) tries to block for teammate Pounds. Midivest Nebraska Crushes Okla. State LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) Defending co-champion Nebraska put it all together Saturday as it combined a lightning offense and rock-hard defense to pile up a 30-point first half bulge and go on to humble Oklahoma State 65-31 in Big Eight action. The win left the fourth-ranked Cornhuskers on top of the conference race vith a 3-0 record and extended Nebraska's two-year winning streak to 14 games. It was also the most points a Cornhusker team has scored since 1922 when Nebraska ran over South Dakota 66-0. Wham! OKLAHOMA STATE NEBRASKA First Downs Rushing Yarifag Passing Yardaqi Return Yardaat Passes Punts Fumbles Lost .. Yards Penalised , 18 30 64 32 17 18-32-4 7-44 0 3-23 270 275 325 19-29-0 4-43 0 !( , n Oklahoma State's highly-touted aerial attack was crippled throughout most of the game as Nebraska's defense put on a consistently heavy pass rush and the secondary defenders stayed glued to the Cowboy receivers. Nebraska's well-balanced offense, which has averaged over 400 yards in its first six games, appeared incapable of doing any wrong as the Cornhuskers combined for 316 yards in the first half alone. Except for a brief scare the first time Oklahoma State got its hands on the ball, the Cornhuskers were in control, enabling coach Bob Devaney to begin substituting second-stringers in the first half. OK STATE , NEBRASKA 7 0 14 27 6 18-31 10 14-65 Nebraska-Ordun 3 run (kick failed). OK ST.-Graham 98 kick return (Pruss Kick). Nebraska-Adkins 37 pass Interception urauna pass). Nebraska Fit :ieM Goal Roccrs 42. Nebraska Indies 40 Dass from Brown- ton IRoaers kick). Nebraska orduns 2 run (Rogers kick). Nebraska Rodgers 66 punt return (Rogers kick). Nebraska-Field Goal Rogers 41. OK ST.-Eben 10 pass from Pounds (run failed). Nebraska-Kinney 2 run (Rogers kick). neorasKa Neio boai Kogers jb. OK ST.-Eben 35 pass from Pound 35 diss from Pounds (pass failed). iss failed). Nebraska-Cox 26 pas from Taggt IRoaers kick). Nebraska-Decker 73 pass Interception (Rogers kick). OK ST.-Graham 13 pass from Pounds (pass failed). OK ST.-Graham 84 pass from Founds (run failed). Missouri Wallops Colorado, 30-16 COLUMBIA, MO. (UPI) Rangy Chuck Roper, making the most of his first start at quarterback in five weeks, ran for one touchdown and passed for an other in directing Missouri to a 30-16 Big Eight foot-, hall victory over Colorado Saturday. Jack Bastable added field goals of 38, 20 and 47 yards for the Tigers, whose tough defenders choked off the Colorado running game which had been averaging better than 272 yards to a mere 35 yards. Roper, a junior from St.-Louis, hit 12 of 22 passes for 158 yards, including three crucial first down passees In a fourth qaurter scoring drive that spanned 80 yards and clinched the outcome. COLORADO 0 10 0 614 MISSOURI 17 3 0 1030 MU Roper, run (Bastabla kick). AAU fG, Bastable 38. MU Htnley, 16 pass from Roper (Bastable kick). 03 Keyworth, 7 run (Heny kick). MU FG, Bastable 20. CU fG. Hanav 39. MU Mauser, I run (Bastable kick). MU-fiastjbl. 47. CU Havio, 1 run (run failld). Attendance 57.000. Cowboy Gets Off Pass Kansas Defeats Iowa State, 24-10 LAWRENCE, KAN. (UPI) John Riggins scored two touchdowns and linebacker Gary Davenport forced a crucial turnover and led Kansas to a 24-10 Big Eight victory . over Iowa State Saturday. With the score tied 10-10 with less than six minutes to play, Davenport partially blocked a Reggie Shoemake punt and the Jayhawks re covered at the LSU 15. Rig-gins bulled over from there for the go-ahead touchdown. IOWA STATE 7 KANSAS .... 7 310 1424 KU Conley, 1 run (Helmbachr kick). ISU WcCurry, 29 pass from Admund- son ishoemaka kick). KU FG, Helmbacher 27. ISU-FG, Shoemaker 30. KU Rioqins, 15 run (Helmbacher kick). KU Riggins. 3 run (Helmbacher kick). Texas Tech Nips So. Methodist LUBBOCK, Tex. (UPI) Quarterback Charlie Napper came back three plays after he was knocked senseless to throw a 16-yard touch down pass to Johnny Odom with 3:12 left in the game Saturday to lead Texas Tech past Southern Metho dist 14-10. Napper moved the Red Raiders 80 yards in 12 plays, eating up four and one half minutes and kept Texas Tech's Southwest Conference title hope alive. The Raiders are 2-1 In league play and SMU dropped to 1-1. SMU 0 0 3 710 TEXAS TECH O 7 O 714 Tech Hargraves. 2 run (Ingram KICK). SMU FG. Johnson 27. SMU Oossett, 7 pass from Hixson Johnson kick). - Tech-Odom, 16 pass from Napper (Ingram kick). Attendance 46.258. Kansas State Upsets Sooners NORMAN, Okla. (UPI) Wingback Henry Hawthorne scored two touchdowns on passes of 28 and 38 yards from Kansas State's Lynn Dickey and fullback Mike Montgomery ran six yards for another Saturday as the Wildcats defeated Oklahoma, 19-14. Montgomery was credited with a fourth period touch down, although he fumbled the ball and split end Rick Ferguson recovered in the end zone to make the score official. Dickey completed 27 of 47 passes and increased his career touchdown pass total to 26, setting a Big Eight Conference record. Dickey gained 384 yards on his 27 pass completions, compared with only 41 mmmmmmmiMmm& ABA Roundup (AMERICAN BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION East Division , Cluk W l Pet. 8.1. VIRGINIA 5 O 1.000 .... 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