The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 19, 1980 · Page 25
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Nebraska rips OSU, 48-7 LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) - Craig Johnson ran for three touchdowns and Jeff Quinn passed for two Saturday in leading ninth-ranked Nebraska to a mistake-filled 48-7 Big Eight victory over winless Oklahoma State. Johnson, filling in for the injured Jarvis Redwine, carried 20 times for 105 yards, with his touchdowns coming on runs of 1, 3 and 17 yards. Johnson's late-game substitute, Roger Craig, scored on runs of 10 and 17 yards to complete the rout. Nebraska, now 5-1, started strongly, scoring two touchdowns in 49 seconds with the contest less than six minutes old. But mistakes, combined with poor punting, kept the Cornhuskers from Craig Johnson any more scoring until they put together an impressive 65-yard march late in the second quarter. Johnson capped the drive with his first TD to boost Nebraska to a 21-0 halftime lead. Nebraska marched 80 yards in 12 plays to take a 7-0 lead on a 13-yard Quinn to Jeff Finn pass, then padded the score to 14-0 on an improbable pass completion from Quinn to Anthony Steels. The second touchdown was set up when Ernest Anderson fumbled the kickoff after the Steels' touchdown and Nebraska's Rodney Lewis recovered on the OSU 26. Then Quinn got lucky. After Steels was dropped for a 4-yard loss and a Quinn pass was incomplete, the senior quarterback shot a pass over the middle. The ball was tipped on the 5- yard line by defender Chris Rockins. It wobbled in the air, but not too much to prevent Steels from gathering it in and sprinting for the touchdown. On the first possession in the second half, OSU's Roderick Fisher recovered an Andra Franklin fumble on the Ne- braska 26 to set up the Cowboys' only touchdown — a 14-yard Houston Nutt pass to Ron Ingram. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yard Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards OSU 11 39—13 156 16 12—31—2 7—33.3 4—2 4—58 Neb 33 79-405 155 29 10—14—0 3—15.3 7—4 4—32 Journal Football Quiz EXAMPLE MARGIN Futility U. at XXXX 21 (Scratch out the name of the team you believe will lose. Give margin for the winner) COLUMBIA, Mo. (UPI) - Terry Hill scored three touchdowns Saturday and running mate James Wilder ran for 106 yards, including a 32-yard scoring dash, to lead the 17th-ranked Missouri Tigers to a 45-7 drubbing of the winless Colorado Buffaloes. Missouri, now 5-1, used four quarterbacks as starter Phil Bradley left midway through the second quarter with a bruised right shoulder. Before he exited, Bradley hit 5-of-8 passes for 139 yards, including a 35-yard scoring strike to Hill. Wilder, who played little more than two quarters, had 16 carries in a Tigers' offensive effort that gained 569 yards compared to just 124 for the Buffaloes. Missouri led 21-7 at the half and quickly ended Colorado's upset hopes First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Colo MU 7 30 27—72 67—348 57 216 68 24 11—25—1 10—18—1 9—40.6 2—37.0 3_1 2—2 7_64 6—43 by taking the second-half kickoff and moving 58 yards for a score on Hill's 1- yard dive. Ron Verrilli added a 27-yard field goal to make it 31-7 and third-string quarterback Mike Hyde threw a 33- yard TD pass to Bob Meyer as the Tigers poured it on the outmanned Buffaloes. BUI White added a 5-yard TD run in the final quarter after Colorado quarterback Randy Essington fumbled at his own 15 and Jerome Sally recovered for Missouri. Lance Olander provided the only bright spot for Colorado, picking up 80 yards on 17 carries, the most gained by a rusher against the Tiger defense all year. Bradley's backup, Dan McDaniel, was in the game in the second quarter when Wilder broke through the line, shook off an arm tackle and raced 32 yards for a touchdown which put Missouri ahead 21-7. Earlier in the quarter, Hill was open down the middle and hauled in a 35- yard pass from Bradley for a 14-7 Tiger lead. Colorado 0 7 0 0—7 Missouri 7 14 10 14 — 45 MU — Hill 2 run (Verrilli kick) CU — Olander 6 run (Field kick) MU — Hill 35 pass from Bradley (Verrilli-kick) MU — Wilder 32 run (Verrilli kick) MU — Hill 1 run (Verrilli kick) MU — FG Verrilli 27 MU — Myer 33 pass from Hyde (Verrilli kick MU — White 5 run (Verrilli kick) A — 72,333 Fort Hays State men claim Spartan cross country title Fort Hays State ran to an easy win Saturday in the men's division of the Marymount Invitational cross country meet. The Tigers outdistanced Haskell College by 61 points to win with a low total of 31. Emporia State took the women's title by edging Midland Lutheran College of Fremont, Neb., 53-57. Former Salinan Nancy Gray aided the Emporia State effort with a nth- place finish in 18:51. K.C. Curran paced the Marymount Spartans, finishing fourth in the women's event in a time of 17:37. Sharon Holthus of Concordia won the women's race in 17:15. Chris Nichols led the Marymount men with a time of 25:33, good for 23rd palce. Alvin Begay of Haskell won the men's race in a time of 24:14. The Spartan men placed llth in a 15- team field, while the women were eighth out of nine teams. The Wesleyan men finished seventh, led by the 39th-place finish of Rudy Romero in 26:11. Marymount and Weslyan meet again Saturday when they travel to the Kan- sas Intercollegiate Championships in Winfield. Team Totals Men — Fort Hayt State. 31: Hatkell. 92; Kearney Stole, 97; Bethany, 140; Barton County, 180; Southwestern, 1B6: Kansas Weselyan, 255; Concordia, 256; Hutchlnson. 269; William Jewell, 276; Midland. 278; Cloud County, 280; Marymount. 367: Emporia Stole, 422: Bethel, 441. Woshburn. Hesston and Oklahoma Bishop competed without lull teams. Women — Emporia State, 53; Midland, 57; Concordia. 92: Fort Hays State. 107; Kearney State, 131; Barton County, 154; Cloud County, 177; Marymount, 187: Bethany, 236. Southwestern, Kansas Wesleyan, Hutchinson, Washburn and Hoskell competed without full teams. Top 10 Men — 1. Alvin Begay. Hoskell. 24:14; 2. Monty Johnson. Hutchinson, 24:17: 3. Lonnie Gee, FHSU, 24:20; 4. Mike Coburn. FHSU, 24:24; 5. j.P. Worchester. FHSU, 24:27; 6. Kent Roder. Wm. Jewell, 24:33; 7. Shoun Fruit. Kearney St., 24:37; 8. Perry Trampe, Kearney St., 24:49; 9. Stocy Cooke. FHSU, 24:51; 10. Roger Rudriger, FHSU, 24:56. Women — 1. Sharon Holthus, Concordia. 17:15 2. Lesho Wood, Emporia St., 17:26; 3. Amy Doerr Midland, 17:28; 4. K.C. Curran. Morymount 17:37: 5. Linda Roger, FHSU, 17:46; 6. Carol Mar ttg. FHSU, 17.47, 7. Julie Jacob. Midland, 17:56 8. Julie Browning, Barton County. 18:01: 9. Cyn thla Edgerton. Emporia St., 28:15; 10. Vlckl Llllle. Midland. 18:22. Marymount Results Men — 23. Chris Nichols, 25:33; 78. Joe Up- hofl, 26:55; 84. Ed Mulholland, 27:11; 86. John Guy, 27:17; 96. Tom Burke. 28:05. Women — 4. K.C. Curran. 17:37; 22. Jackie Zerr. 19:06; 51. Kathy Burke, 21:27: 53. Jody Pringle, 21:33; 57. JoAnn Jacobs, 12:43. Kansas Wesleyan Results Men — 39. Rudy Romero. 26:11; 42. Dorryl Ashley. 26:12; 49. Tony Neal, 26:23; 55. Paul Buhl, 26.26; 70. Rick Packard, 26:41; 82. Bob Abbott, 27:10; 104. David Walker. 28:43. Bethany Results Men — 14. Ken Eleya, 25:03: 15. Tim Leaf. 25:05; 27. Craig Marshall, 25:49; 34. Dan Hahn, 26-00; 50. Tom Gibson, 26:23; 88. Matt Robinson, 27:24; 92. Jeff Taylor. 27:46. Oklahoma Slat* 00 7 0—7 Nebraska U 7 14 13 — 48 N.b — Finn 13 pan from Qulnn (S«lb«l kick) N.b — St..li 30 ppass from Qulnn (S«lb«l kick) N.b — Johnson 3 run (S.!b«l kick) OSU — Ingram 14 pass from Nutt (Ankcrson kick) N.b — Johnson 17 run (S.lb.1 kick) N«b — Johnson 1 run (S.lb«l kick) N.b — Craig 10 run (S.lb.1 kick) N.b — Craig 17 run (kick fall*d) A — 76,021 Bosox ready to trade Lynn KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) - The Boston Red Sox have offered All-Star centerfielder Fred Lynn to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for two major league and two minor league players. The Dodgers, whcThave been interested in the slugging outfielder for several years, have given the Red Sox a list of players from which they can choose for Lynn. Among the players on the list were pitchers Hurt Hooton, Steve Howe and Joe Beckwith, infielder Mickey Hatcher and outfielders Rudy Law and Pedro Guerrero. Under terms of the proposed deal, the Red Sox also would receive two minor league players from the Dodgers. Lynn batted .301 for the Red Sox this season, drove in 61 runs and had 12 homers. Lynn, 28, a six-year veteran, was selected American League Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player in 1975 when he batted .331 with 21 home runs and 105 RBI. His best season came in 1979, when he hit .333, slugged 39 homers and drove in 122 runs. Friends 16, McPherson 0 McPHERSON, Kan. (UPI) - Dave Wells connected on a 27-yard field goal in the second quarter and that was all Friends University needed en route to a 16-0 blanking Saturday over McPherson College. Jim Messer added a 6-yard touchdown run in the third quarter and Kevin Winchester went over from the 5- yard line in the final period. College Football Spartans sweep doubleheader Marymount College ended its fall baseball campaign by claiming a doubleheader sweep over ex-Spartan players Saturday at the Schilling diamonds. Mike Cooper and Mickey Kreigh combined to scatter five hits to lead Marymount to a 9-2 victory in the opener. The Spartans then won the nightcap, 5-1, behind the three-hit pitching of Russell Weaver and Shawn Hannagan. Introducing... Pioneer's JVeir Component System Series om ALL-IN-ONE STEREO SYSTEMS §yscom 2600,3000 and 4000 Series NOW IN STOCK S YSCOM 2OOO •SA'410 STEREO AMPLIFIER Separately integrated 20+20 Watt Amplifier, only 0.1% THD, Tone Controls and more. •TX-410 STEREO AM/IM TUNER Combination Tuning Meter indicates signal strength for AM, plu» center of channel indicator for FM. •PL-250 DIRECT DRIVE TIHJVTABLE Auto Return, Stable hanging rotor motor for impressive speed accuracy with cartridge included. •CT.FSOO STEREO CASSETTE FLUROSCANTM Level Meters, Dolby NR«, Full Auto Stop and more. •CS-410 2-WAY SPEAKER SYSTEM Wide Range bookshelf-style speakers with bass reflex enclosures, impressive tweeter and woofer. "JPOH THE UEST SOI7JVJ» WlieiB Seivice Is Pail 01 Every Sale" CB-510 AUDIO CABINET Included DT-500 AudioTimer SE-2 Stereo Headphones Optional Very Limited Quantities 1659 S. Ninth TV & TAPE CENTER Daily 8:30-6 Thurs. 'til 8 827-7603 8277203 TEAMS Southern Mississippi at Alabama. Army at Boston College Baylor at TCU UCLA at California Nebraska at Colorado Illinois at Michigan Oklahoma at Iowa State Missouri at Kansas State Kansas at Oklahoma State Maryland at Duke Michigan State at Purdue Ohio State at Wisconsin Rice at Texas A&M MARGIN Marymount finished the fall season with a 16-6 record. Gam* 1 Alumni 200 000 0 — 2 51 Marymount 021 024 x — 9 12 0 Puvogel, Hart man (5) and Walton. Cooper, Kreigh (5) and Fountain. WP — Cooper. LP — Puvogel. HR — Honnagan. Gam* 2 Alumni 100 000 — 1 3 1 Morymount 004 01 x — 5 4 0 Gilbert and Walton. Weaver, Hannagan (6) and Dkkson. WP — Weaver. LP — Gilbert. HR — none. Bethany at Benedictine McPherson at Kansas Wesleyan, NAME ADDRESS CITY ZIP It is not necessary to use this blank. You can make a copy of it with pen, pencil or typewriter. Mimeographed copies cannot be accepted. Mail to "Football" care of The Salina Journal, or return to The Journal office not later than 5 p.m. Friday. Contestants must sign their own names, not the names of others. The judges decision is final and all entries become the property of the Journal.) 'Bama impressive in win over Tennessee First downs Net yards rushing Net yards passing Com.-Alt.-Int. Fumbles-lost Punts-overage Penalties Sterling At St. Mary Statistics Sterling 13 113 113 11-19-2 2-2 6-31.8 6-71 Score by quarters St. Mary 190 190 9-19-3 1-1 6-32.8 8-BO 7 0—14 14—17 t M. wary M " Visitors: Mike Hicks 12 yd. pass from Steve Hicks; Yarrlngton 49 yd. pass Interception. PAT: Gouker 2 kicks. . , Home: Markwell 23 yd. field goal; Fox 64 yd. pass from Lane; Robinson 28 yd. pass from lane. PAT: Markwell kick (2). KNOXVILLE, Term. (UPI) Tennessee was supposed to be one of the major road blocks on top- ranked Alabama's path to another national championship — but Saturday, when the Crimson Tide rolled to a 27-0 victory, the Vols were only pebbles. By extending the nation's longest winning streak to 27 games, the Alabama defense limited the Vols to only 59 net yards, holding them to minus 2 during the first half of the televised game while the Tide was building a 17- Olead. Alabama coach Bear Bryant, getting his 302nd career victory easier than had been expected, was relieved. Lighting up a cigar, Bryant said, "Our players did things out there today that we had been hoping they would do all season. It made a difference." Tennessee coach Johnny Majors said Alabama handed the Vols a "very sound whipping. "We got beat from here to Texas or wherever you want to say. Physically, they whipped us up front. We lost our poise because they threw us out of rhythm." Despite dominating play throughout the entire rain-plagued game, Alabama scored only two touchdowns — the first on an 8-yard run by third-string quar- terback Ken CoJey, with 2:45 left in the first half, and the other on a 1-yard leap by Major Ogilvie with 28 seconds left in the game. But they were also close enough for Peter Kim to try five field goals and make four of them. But Saturday's victory really belonged to that Alabama defense, which allowed Tennesse to gain only 22 yards on 33 rushing attempts and only 37 yards passing. "You can play for the national championship when you have a solid defense," said Majors. "Alabama has an outstanding one." Bryant agreed with Majors. "We have a chance to have a sure enough good team if we continue to work together," said Bryant. "We're getting better and better." Alobamo 3 14 0 10 — 27 Tennessee 0 00 0 — 0 Ala — FG Kim 31 Alo — FG Kim 47 Ala — Coley 8 run (Ogilvie pass from Jacobs) Ala — FG Kim 41 Alo — FG Kim 24 Alo — Ogilvie 1 run (Kim kick) A — 96.748 SALINA AUTO SALVAGE If we don i 'lave it we ran yet it Telephone Sc-vpre 10 65 niiRs I'/i Miles North on 81 827-5686 DEAN BOONE Republican Candidate for 69th District Kansas House Of Representatives DEAN BOONE HAS THE LEADERSHIP AND EXPERIENCE WE NEED Cloud St. I,,--, santa Fe ' 5—' v-.L._.,l \. ', r.-J \ Le \ Larson Addition 9th St. Executive Positions Legislative Process Finance ANDASINCERE INTEREST IN THE RIGHTS OF THE INDIVIDUAL B For BOONE 29 November 4 69th District Pol. Adv. Paid for by Dean Boone For House, Babette S. Freeman, Treasurer.

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