The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 5, 1980 · Page 27
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24 Turnovers hurt Nebraska Seminoles upset 'Huskers, 18-14 CO LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) — The Nebraska Cornhuskers, proud of their showing in three earlier games that vaulted them into a No. 3 national ranking, made too many mistakes against an equally proud Florida State team rebounding from a bitter defeat a week ago. After the Seminoles' 18-14 upset victory over Nebraska, both head coaches agreed the Cornhuskers' errors determined the game's outcome. Coach Tom Osborne said his Nebraska players "couldn't overcome our First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards FSU 15 «.0— 12 154 33 15—26—0 7—48.4 2—1 2—22 Neb 21 39—201 167 2 15—30—2 5—44.6 4—2 6—67 mistakes in the third quarter; we played terrible offensive football." But he credited Florida State with hitting hard and creating some of the Nebraska turnovers, which included two pass interceptions and two lost fumbles. AAcPherson stops Tabor, 36-20 McPHERSON, Kan. (UPI) - Car- Iton Williams had 14 solo tackles and Gerald Henderson rushed for 151 yards on 23 carries to power McPherson over Tabor 36-20 Saturday afternoon in a Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference game. McPherson, 1-2, never trailed in the game. Walt Gaston caught touchdown passes of 7 and 32 yards. Greg Grant added 109 yards rushing for McPherson. In addition to the scoring passes to Gaston, John Rutledge threw a 5-yard scoring pass to Robbie Culbreath. Grant scored on a 54-yard run and Keith Hunter scored for McPherson with a 30-yard run. Williams added a safety for McPherson with a third quarter tackle of Tabor quarterback Rob Wallace. &Wallace of Tabor scored with on a 1- yard run and threw scoring strikes to Bobby Wayman and Mark Sandall. Tabor is 0-3. Florida State coach Bobby Bowden said, "We couldn't have overcome them without their turnovers." The Seminoles, trailing 14-3 at the half, shut down the high-powered Nebraska offense in the second half to run their record to 4-1. Nebraska dropped to 3-1. "We've never beat a big one, so this is probably the biggest win for FSU," Bowden said. Bill Capece led the Seminoles' scoring with a 32-yard field goal in the second quarter and field goals of 27, 40 and 41 yards in the second half. Sam Platt, who was Florida State's leading rusher with 48 yards in 20 carries, scored on a 6-yard run in the fourth quarter for the Seminoles' only touchdown of the game. Among the Nebraska mistakes Osborne cited was a holding penalty during the final drive when it looked as if the 'Huskers might pull out a victory in the closing seconds of the game. "That holding call was critical," Osborne said. "If we hadn't had that penalty, we might have been in the end zone." Despite the penalty, the 'Huskers drove to the Florida State 3-yard line with 21 seconds left, but Gary Futch OU belts 'Buffs, 82-42 BOULDER, Colo. (UPI) — Oklahoma's wishbone offense exploded for 12 touchdowns Saturday, four by Walter Rhymes, and set major college total offense and rushing records in thrashing Colorado 8242, the most points ever scored in a college football game. The 124 total points broke the NCAA record of 118, set by Furman in a 63-55 victory over Davidson last year. Oklahoma's 875 yards total offense broke the NCAA Division I record of 833 yards set by Alabama against Virginia Tech in 1973, and the Sooners 758 yards rushing broke the record of 748 yards, also set in the Alabama-Virginia Tech game. The 12th-ranked Sooners had averaged only 375 yards offensively in splitting their first two games, but never had to punt Saturday. David Overstreet led the Oklahoma attack, piling up 258 rushing yards and scoring on a 37-yard pass from J.C. Watts. Seven different Sooners scored in the game, with Rhymes carrying for touchdowns from 15, 14, 17 and 4 yards out. Chet Winters scored twice on runs of Bethany harriers claim 1st place ATCHISON — Bethany College ran away with the team title in the Benedictine Invitational cross country meet here Saturday while Kansas Wesleyan finished second and Marymount fifth. The Swedes finished with a low score of 43 while Wesleyan had 74 and Marymount 110. Bethany's Kent Elyea was third in 24:17 on the 4.5-mile course. Paul Buhl led Wesleyan with a fifth place in 24:31 and Chris Nichols' 10th place in 24:44 topped the Marymount team. Kirk Keller of Mid-America Nazarene won the race in 23:40 for a course record. The Wesleyan women's team ran at the Cloud County Invitational Saturday. They were paced by a 7th place finish by Marian Gaiser with 21:27, her personal best time. Marymount and Wesleyan will travel to the Bethany Swede Invitational Friday. Team Scores Bethany 43 Kansas Wesleyan 74, School o( Ozarks 96 Mid America 97, Morymount 110. Ottawa 117 Pork 175 Benedictine (no full team). Morymount runners 10 Chns Nichols, 24:55: 12. Joe Uphoff. 25:02: 21 Ed Mulhollond 25 58; 28. John Guy. 26:12: 39. Tom Burke 27 40 Kansas Wesleyan runners 5 Paul Buhl 2431: 15. Tony Neal. 25:24. 16. David Walker 25 36: 19. Rudy Romero. 25:52: 20. Rick Packard 2554: 22. TJ Fossler. 26:01: 23. Dorr/I Ashly. 26 02. Bethany runners 1 Kent Elyea 24 17: 7 Tim Leaf. 24:44: 8. Dan Hohn 2448, II Tom Gibson. 25:01: 14. Craig Marshall 25 17 17 Larry Bray, 2540: 24. Matt Prahlow 26 03 Henderson records 100th stolen base MILWAUKEE fUPI) - Rickey Henderson stole two bases to become only the third player to record 100 thefts in a season and Bob Lacey pitched a seven-hitter Saturday in leading the Oakland A's to a 4-0 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. Henderson. was safe on a fielder's choice in the fifth and stole second and third base on consecutive pitches to join some select company — Maury Wills stole 104 in 1962 and Lou Brock had 118 in 1974. SWIM POOLS one-piece fiberglass CALL PHIL MARTIN . 827-7239 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards OU 35 73—758 117 136 5—7—0 0—0 9—2 11— 122 CU 20 37—112 218 179 U—33— 3 7—45 2—0 5—36 2 and 8 yards, and second-string quarterback Darrell Shepard scored on runs of 89 and 64 yards. Jerome Ledbetter returned a kickoff 99 yards, third-string quarterback Rod Pegues scampered on a 43-yard score and tight end Forrest Valora recovered a Watts fumble in the CU end zone. Shepard rushed three times for 151 yards, while Rhymes carried nine times for 110 yards. Oklahoma gave an inkling of things to come at the start of the game, scoring the first three times it had the ball. Colorado, which did not have a first down in the first quarter, kept the score respectable in the first' half by taking advantage of Sooner fumbles. Walter Stanley, who also took a 58- yard scoring pass from Randy Essington, opened Colorado's scoring with a 102-yard kickoff return. Willie Beebe scored from one yard out, Charles Davis threw scoring passes of 10 yards to Reggie Harden and 16 yards to Brad Parker and Essington pushed in from the one. The two teams scored 41 points in one span of 11:31 of the first half, and Oklahoma led by only 34-21 at intermission. But the Sooners scored three times in the first nine minutes of the second half. Oklahoma had 389 yards total offense at the half and added 312 in the explosive third quarter. Oklahoma 21 13 27 21 — 82 Colorado 7 14 7 14 — 42 OU — Winters 2 run (Keeling kick) OU - Rhymes 15 run (Keeling kick) Col — Stanley 102 kickoff return (Field kick) OU — Rhymes 14 run (Keeling kick) Col — Beebe 1 run (Field kick) OU — Rhymes 17 run (Keeling kick) OU — Winters 8 run (kick foiled) Col — Harden 10 poss Irom Davis (Field kick) OU — Volora fumble recovery (run failed) OU — Overstreet 37 pass from Watts (Keeling kick) OU — Shepord 64 run (Keeling kick) Col — Stanley 58 pass from Essington (Field kick) OU — Rhymes 4 run (Keeling kick) Col — Essington 1 run (Field kick) OU — Shepard 89 run (Keeling kick) OU -- Pegues 43 run (Keeling kick) Col — Parker 16 pass from Davis (Field kick) OU — ledbetter 99 kickoff return (Keeling kick) A — 50.217 College Football Scores Saturday's College Football Scores •y United Press International East Brown 28. Princeton 11 Connecticut 24, Colgate 2) Harvard 15, Army 10 Holy Cross 17. Dartmouth 6 Kansas 23, Syracuse 8 Lehigh 27. Delaware 20 Maine 24. Lafayette 3 Massachusetts 26, Rhode Island 8 Navy 21. Boston Coll. 0 Penn 24, Columbia 13 Pittsburgh 38, Maryland 9 Rutgers 44, Cornell 3 West Virginia 45. Virginia 21 Yale 17, Air Force 16 South Alabama 45. Kentucky 0 Appalachian St. 23, Marshall 6 Auburn 55, Richmond 16 Clamson 13, Virginia Tech 10 Davidson 21. Bucknell 13 Louisiana St. 24, Florida 7 Murray St. 30, Morehead St. 6 North Carolina 33, Georgia TechO Southern Miss. 28, Mississippi 22 South Carolina St. 33, Alcorn SI. 0 Wake Forest 27. William & Mary 7 Midwest Arizona 5, Iowa 3 Baker 55, Graceland 21 Bowling Green 17. Western Mich. 14 C. Missouri 27, NW Missouri 21 Concordia (Neb.) 45. Neb. Wesleyan 22 Dayton 45. Slippery Rock 10 Florida St. 18. Nebraska 14 Indiana 31. Duke 21 Iowa SI. 69, Colorado St.e 0 Michigan 38, California 13 Minnesota 49. Northwestern 21 Miss. St. 28. Illinois 21 Mo. Valley 46, Tarkio 0 NE Missouri 17. Western III. 14 Northern III. 20 Southern III 17 North Dakota 38, North Dakota St. 20 Northwestern (la) SO. USD- Springfield 9 Notre Dame 26. Michigan St. 21 Ottawa 47, C. Methodist 7 Penn St. 29. Missouri 21 Peru St. 31. Benedictine (Kan.) 0 Purdue 28, Miami (Ohio) 3 SW Missouri 36, SE Missouri 29 Southwestern 40, Sterling 27 UCLA 17. Ohio State 0 Wayne St. 10, Grand Valley St. 7 Wichita St. 46. Indiana St. 20 Wisconsin 35, San Diego St. 12 Southwest Arkansas 44. TCU 7 Austin 31, McMurry 14 Cameron (Oklo.) 37. Longston (Okla.) 24 Grombling 68, Prairie View 0 Texas A&M 41, Texas Tech 21 Texas ASI 33. Texas Southern 14 Washington 24, Oklahoma St. 18 West Texas 17, New Mexico St. 15 West New Mexico 24. Wyoming 21 Oklahoma 82. Colorado 42 Pacific 24. Washington St. 22 Southern Cal. 23. Arizona St. 21 Stanford 35, San Jose St. 21 Utah 23. Utah St. 19 Southwestern tips Sterling, 40-27 STERLING, Kan. (UPI) - Rich Trice caught two touchdown passes Saturday afternoon to lead Southwestern to a 40-27 win over Sterling in a Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference game. Trice took a 32-yard scoring pass from Wade Cargile and a 44-yard touchdown pass from Charles Hill. Cargile also scored with a 5-yard run. Kevin Seals added a 29-yard field goal and John Tuttle took a 23-yard touchdown pass from Hill. Ron Hunter added another score with a 1-yard run. Southwestern is 1-2. Mike Hicks of Sterling, 0-3-1, scored on an 11-yard pass from his brother Steve Hicks. BECKERS COUNTRY SALES & SERVICE Sales - Trades - Builds Hydraulic Log Splitters —Trailer and 3 point mount. 'New and Used Hydraulic Pumps — Engines and Components Baker pounds Graceland, 55-21 LAMONI, IOWA. (UPI) - Baker quarterback Chuck Ervin scored twice on the ground and threw four touchdown passes Saturday to lead his team to a 55-21 rout over Graceland College. Baker, ranked No. 11 in the NAIA Division II, seemed unstoppable in the air throughout the game. Ervin was 79-1 passing for 297 yards. He also scored on runs of one and three yards. All of Graceland's scores came through the air, including a 46-yard strike from Russell Bruch to Dave Gadberry. Baker's performance also was highlighted by a TD run of 64 yards by Anthony Flanders. Flanders had 183 yards on 16 carries. recovered a Jeff Quinn fumble at the 10 with less than 10 seconds remaining. Bowden said Paul Piurowski, who made the hit that caused the bobble, and Futch "are my friends for the week." Quinn was hit on a roll-out pass play. Quinn, who threw 8 and 12-yard TD passes to Todd Brown to get Nebraska's first half points, said the Seminoles' defense was "up there with the best I've played against." On the fumble that sealed the Florida State victory, Quinn said he "got rushed and couldn't get the ball off." Jarvis Redwine, Nebraska's spar- Ming I-back who leads the nation in rushing, had another good showing, despite fumbling the ball away once. He rushed 25 times for 145 yards — the fourth time this season he has gained over 100 yards running. Redwine suffered a rib injury on Nebraska's final drive and was forced to leave the game. Florida Stats 0 3 12 3—18 Nebraska 77 00—14 Neb — Brown 8 past from Quinn (Selbel kick) Neb — Brown 12 pan from Quinn (Selbel kick) FSU — FG Capece 32 FSU — FG Copece 27 FSU — Plait 6 run (pan failed) FSU — FG Capece 40 FSU — FG Capece 41 A — 76,152 Shockers rip Indiana State WICHITA (UPI) - Tailback Mickey Collins scored three touchdowns and rushed for 158 yards on 22 carries in Wichita State's 46-20 trouncing of Indiana State in a key Missouri Valley Conference game Saturday. The win gave WSU sole possession of first place in the MVC with a 3-0 record. The Shockers are 4-1 overall, while ISU dropped to 1-1 in league play and 3-1 overall. WSU decided the game in the first half by scoring on its first seven possessions and racing to a 39-6 lead. Collins did most of his damage in that half, scoring on runs of 10, 2 and 62 yards and gaining 124 yards on 15 carries. Indiana St. 0 6 7 7 — 20 Wichita St. 16 23 0 7—46 WSU — FG Schroeder 48 WSU — Collins 10 run (Schroeder kick) WSU — Eckles 31 past from McJunkins (kick failed) WSU — Collins 2 run (pass failed) WSU — McJunklns 5 run (Schroeder kick) WSU — FG Schroeder 33 ISU — Ruffln 11 pass from Allen (run failed) WSU — Collins 62 run (Schroeder kick) ISU — Banks 1 run (Stellern kick) ISU — Robinson 21 run (Stellern kick) WSU — Worrington 16 run (Schroeder kick) A — 19,003 WRAPPED UP - Florida State's Sam Platt (29) is thrown for a loss during first half action of the Seminoles' 18- Uf I Photo 14 victory over Nebraska Saturday. Kim Baker (41) and Brent Williams (left) made the stop for the 'Huskers. Huskies down OSU, 24-18 STILLWATER, Okla. (UPI) - Senior Tom Flick threw touchdown passes of 11 and 38 yards Saturday and guided Washington within field goal range three times in the Huskies' 24-18 triumph over Oklahoma State. Sophomore Chuck Nelson kicked field goals of 23, 36 and 46 yards to give Washington a 9-0 lead in the first quarter. He attempted two other field goals later in the game, but both were wide. Oklahoma State scored on a 3-yard run by senior running back Ed Smith, a 15-yard pass from sophomore Jim Traber to Mel Campbell and a 25-yard field goal by Colin Ankersen with no time left in the second quarter. Smith's run completed a 75-yard drive in 12 plays midway through the fourth period and Campbell's TD catch came with 2:36 left in the game. Ankersen kicked an extra point after the first OSU touchdown and Traber threw a 2-point pass to Campbell after the other. Flick's first touchdown throw was an 11-yard strike to flanker Paul Skansi. A 2-point conversion pass also to Skansi accounted for the only scoring in the third-quarter. Flick, who was the sixth-best passer in college football going into the game, hit Ron Blacken with a 38-yard TD in the fourth quarter. Washington scored the first three times it had the ball and the three field goals in one quarter was a personal best for Nelson. Wa»hinglon 908 7 — 24 Oklahoma St. 0 3 0 15 — 18 Wash — FG Nelson 23 Wash — FG Nelson 36 Wash — FG Nelson 46 OSU — FG Ankersen 25 Waih — Skansi 11 pass from Flick (Skansi pass from Flick) OSU — Smith 3 run {Ankersen kick) Wash — Blacken 38 pass from Flick (Nelson kick) OSU — Campbell 15 pass from Traber (Campbell pass from Traber) A — 48.200 Prep Football Sharon Springs at Grlnnell Liberty League 6 0 6 14 —26 B 12 12 12 — 44 We Repair All Makes A A A Small Engine & Mower tftfl 1125 E. Crawford 825-4172 A vote for Arby's is a vote for • Lean, Trim & Delicious. No gristle. No surprises. Np Sir! 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