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Page 22 The Salina Journal — Sunday, October 4,1981 Baseball Standings By United Press International AMERICAN IEAGUE (Second Hall) (West Coast Gome Not Included) East W L Pet. GB y-Mllwaukee 31 21 .596 _ Detroit 28 23 .549 2'/, Boston 28 23 .549 2'/i Baltimore 27 23 .540 3 Cleveland 26 25 .510 4V, x-New York 25 25 .500 5 Toronto 20 26 .435 8 West Kansas City 29 22 .569 — x-Ooklond 26 22 .542 1 V, Texas 24 25 .490 4 Minnesota 24 28 .462 5". Seattle 22 28 .440 6", Chicago 22 30 .423 TV, California 19 30 .388 9 x-FirsI half division winner y-Second half division winner Friday's Results New York 9. Baltimore 0 Cleveland II. Boston 4 Milwaukee 6. Detroit 2 Minnesota 3, Chicago 2 Kansas City 3, Oakland 0 Seattle 8, Toronto 3 Texas 8. California 6 Saturday's Results Milwaukee 2, Detroit I Boston 4, Cleveland 0 Chicago 5. Minnesota 4 Baltimore 3. New York 0 Oakland 8. Kansas City 4 Texas 1. California 0 Toronto at Seattle, night Sunday's Games (All Times CDT) New York (Reuschel 4-3) at Baltimore (Flanagan 8-6), 1 p.m. Boston (Torrez 9-3) at Cleveland (Denny 10-5), 1:05 p.m. Minnesota (Williams 6-10) at Chicago (Dotson 9-8 or Burns 10-6), 1:15 p.m. Detroit (Wilcox 11-9) at Milwaukee (Lerch 7-9), 1:30 p.m. Oakland (Keough 9-6) at Kansas City (Guro 117), l:35p.-n. California (Witt 7-9) at Texas (Honey- cut! 116). 2:05 p.m. Toronto (Clancy 6-12) at Seattle (Bannister 8-9), 3:35 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE By United Press International East W L Pet. GB y-Montreal 30 22 .577 — St. Louis 28 23 .549 1 '/• *.Philadelphia It 26 .480 5 New York '^ 28 .451 6V, Chicago 22 27 .449 bV, Pittsburgh 21 32 .396 IV, West y-Houston 32 20 .615 — Cincinnati 30 21 .588 IV, Son Francisco 28 22 .560 3 x-los Angeles 27 25 .519 5 Atlanta 25 26 .490 6 1 /, San Diego 17 35 .327 15 x-Flrst-hall division winner y-Second-holf division winner Friday's Results Pittsburgh 8, St. Louis 7 Atlanta 11. Cincinnati 5 Philadelphia 9, Chicago 7 Montreal .1 Maw York 0 San Diego at San Francisco, ppd., rain Los Angeles 6, Houston I Saturday's Results St. Louis 8, Pittsburgh 3 Atlanta 4. Cincinnati 3 Montreal 5, New York 4 San Diego 4, San Francisco 3, 13 innings. 1st game San Diego at San Francisco, 2nd game, night Los Angeles 7. Houston 2 Chicago at Philadelphia, night Sunday's Games (All Times CDT) St. Louis (Andujar 8-4) at Pittsburgh (Jones 44), 12:35 p.m. Chicago (Bird 4-5) at Philadelphia (Larson 3-0), 12:35 p.m. Montreal (Lee 4-67) at New York (Falcone 4-3). 1:05 p.m. Atlanta (Boggs 3-12) at Cincinnati (Solo 11-9). 1:15 p.m. Son Diego (Wise 4-8) ot San Francisco (Griffin 8-8). 3:05 p.m. Houston (Knepper 9-5) at Los Angeles (Hooton 11-6), 3:05 p.m. Baseball Linescores By United Press International American League Boston 1 20 001 000 — 4 90 Cleveland 000 000 000 — 0 10 2 Tanana and Gedman; Brennan, Lewalyn (9) and Bando. W — Tanana (4-10). L — Brennan (2-2). HR — Boston. Rice (17). Detroit 000 001 000—1 7 1 Milwaukee 000 000 02x — 2 7 0 Morris and Parrish; Vuckovich, Easterly (7), Fingers (8) and Simmons. W — Fingers (6-3). L — Morris (14-7). Minnesota 001 003 000 — 4 10 1 Chicago 100 200 101 — 5 74 Havens, Veselic (6) and Laudner; Lamp, Mickey (6), Hoyt (9) and Esslon. W — Hoyt (9-3). L — Ve- sellc (1-1). HR — Chicago, Luzlnski (21). National League Montreal 000 Oil 210 — 5 90 New York 012 000 010 — 4 10 2 Sanderson, Smith (3), Lee (5), Reardon (7) and Carter; Scott, Lynch (2), Allen (7), Sea rage (8), Orosco (8), Leach (9) and Trevino. W — Lee (5-6). L — Allen (7- 6). HRs — Montreal, Carter (16). New York, Cubbage (I). Atlanta 100 101 010 — 4 9 0 Cincinnati 300 000 000 — 3 9 2 Mahler. Camp (8) and Sinatra; Seaver, Hume (8) and O Berry. W — Mahler (8-6). L — Hume (94). HRs — Atlanta, Horner 2 (15); Cincinnati, Foster (22). Houston 000 001 100 — 2 71 Los Angeles 100 231 OOx — 7 13 I Niekro, Pladson (5), Sprawl (7), B. Smith (8) and Ashby, Knicely (6); Welch, Howe (7), Stewart (9) and Scioscia. W — Welch (9-5). L — Niekro (9-9). HR — Houston Knicely (1). (First Game) San Diego 001 110 000 000 1 — 4 80 San Francisco 1 20 000 000 000 0 — 3 10 3 Elchelberger, Show (8). Lucas (11), Littlefleld (13), Boone (13) and Gwosdz, Kennedy (13): Holland, Braining (9), Rowland (11) and Ranson. W — Lucas (7- 7). L — Rowland (0-1). San Diego San Francisco (Second Game) 003 000 003 — 7 11 0 010 010 000 — 2 72 lollar. Littlefield (7). Armstrong (9) and Kennedy; Hargesheimer, Tufts (8) and Ransom. W — Lollar (2-8). L — Hargesheimer (1-2). Chicago 010 031 300 — 8 13 I Philadelphia 010 030 000 — 4 54 Howell, Griffin (6), Caudlll (6). Martz (7) and Davis; Noles, Lyle (6), Christenson (8), McGraw (9) and Boone, Virgil (9). W — Howell (2-0). L - lyle (9- 6). HRs — Philadelphia, Trlllo (6), Schmidt (31). St. Louis 313 010 000 — 8 11 0 Pittsburgh 000 002 001 — 3 71 Martin and Porter; Camacho, Long (3), Crui (7), Tekulve (8) and Nicosia. W — Martin (8-5). L — Camacho (0-1). HR — Pittsburgh, Thompson (15). Football Quiz Scores Kansas 17, Arkansas Stale 16 Missouri U, Mississippi Stale 3 Nebraska 17, Auburn 3 Oklahoma Slot* 9, N.Texas State 0 Florida State 36. Ohio Slat* 27 Iowa Stole 7, Oklahoma 7 Southern Cal 56, Oregon Slat* 22 Tulsa 35, Kansas State 21 UCLA 27. Colorado 7 St. Mary-Pis. 21. Kansas Wesleyan 12 Bethany 19. Bethel 6 Notre Dame 20, Michigan State 7 Michigan 38, Indiana 17 Florida 24, LSU 10 Wichita Slate at N.Mexico Slate, lot* College Football By United Press International East Alfred 17. Ithaca 13 Army 27, Harvard 13 Bethune Cookman 8, Delaware St. 0 Bucknell 23, Davidson 3 Buffalo 27. Wayne St. 14 C.W. Post 20. Central Conn. 17 California (Pa.) 35, Indiana (Pa.) 16 Carnegie-Mellon 35, Wash. & Jeff. 7 Colgate 21, Boston U. 14 Columbia 20, Pennsylvania 9 Dayton 21, Slippery Rock 17 Florida ASM 31. Howard 7 Georgetown 17, Duquesne 7 Holy Cross 28. Dartmouth 0 John Carroll 9, Allegheny 7 Kutltown 12. East Stroudsburg 0 Lafayette 17. Maine 0 Lehlgh 24. Delaware 21 Lock Haven 13, Clarion 10 Marist 15. lona 13 New Hampshire 28. Connecticut 24 Nichols 12, Mass. Maritime 3 Northeastern 24, Springfield Penn SI. 30, Temple 0 Plymouth St. 34. Boston St. 0 Princeton 20, Brown 17 Rhode Island 16, Massachusetts 10 Rochester 7, Williams 3 Rutgers 31. Cornell 17 Shippensburg 17, Edinboro 0 Southern Conn. 27, American Int'l 21 St. Francis 33, Niagara 12 Union 10, Albany 7 Ursinus 10, Dickinson 2 Woynesburg 34, Lycoming 12 Westminster 48. Grove City 0 West Virginia 38, Boston College 10 Yale 23, Navy 19 South Alabama 38, Mississippi 7 Alabama ASM 17, Kentucky St. 14 Alcorn 24, South Carolina St. 20 Bowie St. 7, Morgan St. 3 Clemson 21, Kentucky 3 Concord 24, W. Virginia St. 7 Duke 24, East Carolina 14 E. Kentucky 41, Austin Peay 14 East Tennessee 17. Citadel 13 Eton 12, Lenior Rhyne 3 Fairmont 55, W. Va. Wesleyan 20 Florida ASM 31, Howard 7 Gettysburg 28, W. Maryland 22 Glenville 24, West Liberty 23 Louisville 36, Marshall 0 Mars Hill 14, Newberry 12 Maryland 17, Syracuse 17 (tie) Miami, Flo. 48. Vanderbilt 16 Middle Tenn. 23, Western Carolina 10 Missouri 14, Mississippi St. 3 Murray St. 20, Morehead St. 7 No. Carolina 38, Georgia Tech 7 N.C. A 8 T 19. Johnson C. Smith 18 N.C. Central 40, Fayetteville St. 14 Northwood (Mich.) 35, Georgetown 0 North Carolina St. 30, Vlr- glnla 24 Pittsburgh 42, South Carolina 28 Randolph-Mocon 17, Wash. A Lee 10 Richmond 24. James Madison 7 Southern Miss. 52, Texas-Arlington 9 Tenn-Chottanooga 31, Furman 28 Tennessee St. 21, Alabama St. 20 Virginia Tech 17. Memphis St. 13 Virginia St. 29, Livingstone 18 W. Virginia Tech 31, Salem 14 Wake Forest 15, Appalachian SI. 14 Winston-Salem St. 25, Norfolk St. 6 Midwest Adrian 14, Mount Union 13 Anderson 35, Wilmington 17 Augsburg 38, St. Olat 16 Ball St. 23. Northern Illinois 0 Buena Vista 35, Dubuque II Butler 16, Valparaiso 0 Capital 17, Ohio Northern 13 Central (Iowa) 24, Luther 0 Central Mich. 63, Eastern Mich. 4 Concordia 37. Macalester 0 Cornell 49, Knox 46 Denison 49, Ohio Wesleyan 34 Depauw 23. Albion 14 Dickinson St. 40, Chadron St. 8 Drake 18, Long Beach St. 7 Elmhurst 37, Illinois Wesleyan 0 Evangel (Mo.) 45, Friends (Kan.) 0 Ferris SI. 24. Alma 14 Flndlay 56. Froslburg St. 7 Florida St. 36, Ohio St. 27 Franklin 56, Olivet 0 Grand Valley 52, Michigan Tech 6 Illinois 38, Minnesota 29 Illinois College 24, St. Ambrose 0 Iowa 64, Northwestern 0 John Carroll 9, Allegheny 7 Kansas 17, Arkansas St. 16 Kearney St. 23, Wayne St. 0 Miami. O. 20, Kent St. 13 Michigan 38, Indiana 17 Mid-Am Nazarene 47, Culver-Stockton 12 Midland 16, Dana 0 Minn-Duh.-th 32. Southwest St. 3 Minn-Morris 7, St. Cloud St. 7 (tie) Missouri-Rolla 14, Lincoln 12 Mo. Western 39, Fort Hays (Kan.) 31 Monmouth 13. Carleton 0 Moorheod St. 57, Wlnono St. 0 NW Missouri 7. Central Missouri 0 Nebraska 17, Auburn 3 North Central 31. Milllkin 10 Notre Dame 20, Michigan St. 7 Olivet Nozarene 26, III.-Benedictine 17 Otterbeln 14, Wooster 13 Rlpon 20, Lake Forest 7 Rose Hulman 26, Principle 0 Southern III. 14. Illinois St. 3 Southwest Mo. 23, Southeast Mo. 11 St. Thomas 24, Gustavus 0 St. John's 31, Hamline 19 St. Joseph's (Ind.) 7, Evans- vllle 3 SI. Mary (Kan.) 21, Kan. Wesleyan 12 Sterling (Kan.) 21, McPherson 12 Taylor 25, Bluffton 0 U. Chicago 0, Concordia 0 (tie) W. Illinois 17, NE Missouri 7 W. Michigan 21, Bowling Green 7 Wabash 35, Kalomazoo 7 Wheaton 35, North Park 13 Wisconsin 20, Purdue 14 Wittenberg 42, Muskingum 14 Southwest Henderson 31. S.W. Oklahoma 16 Houston 24, Baylor 3 Oklahoma 7, Iowa St. 7 Oklahoma St. 9, N. Texas St. 0 Oklahoma St. 9, North Texas St.O Rice 20, Tulane 16 S.F. Austin 13, Lomar 10 Southern Ark. 34, Ark.-Pine Bluff 7 Tulso 35, Kansas St. 21 Wet* Air Force 28, Colorado St. 14 Arizona St. 26, Washington 7 Boise St. 27, Montana 13 Colorado Coll. 20 Milton 14 E. Washington 29, Brit. Columbia 6 Lewis & Clark 14, W. Oregon 0 Nevada-Reno 63, Ctl. Arkansas 13 Rocky Mtn. 13, W. Montana 7 San Jose St. 64. Fresno St. 33 So. Utah St. 17, Ft. Lewis 13 So. Oregon 32, Pacific (Ore.) 14 Southern Cal. 56, Oregon St. 22 Southern Colorado 20 E. New Mexico 17 St. Mary's 17. Hayward St. 15 UCLA 27, Colorado 7 Washington St. 31, Pacific (Cal.) 0 Weber St. 28, Montana St. 20 Western St. 24 Mesa 12 Willamette 30. W Washing, ton 14 Wyoming 45, Nevada-Los Vegas 21 PGA Results NFL Standings By United Press International Texas Open At San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 3 (Par 70) Jim Colbert 66-64-69—199 Craig Stadler 63 67-69—199 Tim Norrls 67-68-65—200 Tom Kite 68-68-65-201 Don Levin 67-67-67-201 Tim Simpson 69-65-67—201 Bobby Clampett 66-67-68—201 Lee Trevino 71-64-67—202 Tom Purtzer 68-69-65—202 Ben Crenshaw 65-67-72—202 Bob Eastwood 65-68-69—202 Bruce Lietzke 64-71-67—202 Jim Thorpe 68-64-71—203 Wayne Levi 66-67-70—203 Bill Rogers 67-66-70—203 Roger Maltbie 65-69-69—203 Mark Hayes 70-65-69—204 Mike Smith 70-65-69-204 Jim Simons 70-67-67—204 Bobby Wodkins 68-69-67—204 Vance Heafner 70-68-66-204 Tommy Valentine 68-65-71—204 Bob Murphy 67-69-69—205 Gary McCord 66-71-68—205 Terry Mauney 72-64-69—205 Bill Britton 65-71-69—205 Charles Coody 65-67-73—205 Joe Inman 67-70-69—206 Mark Pfeil 72-64-72—206 Brad Bryant 67-70-69-206 George Burns 68-68-70—206 Bruce Devlin 70-68-68—206 Skeeter Heath 71-64-71—206 George Archer 69-69-68—206 Miles Prestemon 69-68-69—206 Jim Dent 70-68-69—207 Mike Reid 68-70-69—207 Gil Morgan 66-72-69—207 Loren Roberts 69-67-71—207 Mike Sullivan 66-71-70—207 John Schroeder 70-69-68—207 Mike McCullough 68-71-68—207 Don Pooley 70-67-71—208 Mike Donald 72-67-69—208 Mike Holland 68-68-72—208 Tommy Aycock 71-66-71—208 Lanny Wodkins 71-67-70—208 David Edwards 68-71-69—208 Bruce Douglass 68-69-71—208 Ed Dougherty 71-67-71-209 Rex Caidwell 68-70-71—209 Jack Ferenze 72-67-70—209 Mark O'Meara 69-70-70—209 Forest Fezler 68-70-71—209 Miller Barber 69-69-71—209 Curtis Strange 74-65-70—209 Tom Jones 70-68-72—210 MarkAebll 67-72-71—210 Keith Fergus 70-66-74—210 Phil Hancock 71-66-73—210 D.A. Weibrlnq 67-68-75—210 John Mahaffey 68-70-72—210 Danny Edwards 67-72-71—210 Woody Blackburn 69-68-73—210 Mark Lye 70-67-74—211 Btb Byman 69-70-72—211 Bobby Cole 69-70-72—211 Fred Couples 70-66-75—211 JoeHager 71-68-73—212 Jim Booros 70-67-75—212 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE American Conference East W L T Pel. PF PA Miami 4 0 01.000 97 55 Buffalo 220 .500 104 50 NY Jets 1 3 0 .250 73 117 Baltimore 1 3 0 .250 70 122 New England 040 .000 73 104 Central Cincinnati 3 1 0 .750 102 95 Pittsburgh 220 .500 108 98 Houston 220 .500 63 72 Cleveland 220 .500 65 87 West San Diego 3 1 0 .750 138 110 Kansas City 3 1 0 .750 107 99 Denver 3 1 0 .750 89 54 Oakland 220 .500 63 45 Seattle 1 3 0 .250 58 77 National Conference East W L T Pet. PF PA Dallas 4 0 01 .POO 109 58 Philadelphia 4 0 01.000 93 40 NY Giants 220 .500 57 56 St. Louis I 3 0 .250 74 100 Washington 040 .000 60 119 Central Detroit 220 .500 87 71 Minnesota 220 .500 79 94 Tampa Boy 220 .500 68 70 Green Bay 130 .250 69 85 Chicago 1 3 0 .250 61 85 West Atlanta 3 1 0 .750 109 62 Los Angeles 220 .500 96 80 San Francisco 220 .500 83 89 New Orleans 1 3 0 .250 44 85 Sunday, October 4 (All Times CDT) Baltimore at Buffalo, noon. Chicago at Minnesota, noon. San Francisco at Washington, noon. Dallas at St. Louis, noon. Green Bay at New York Giants, noon. Kansas City at New England, noon. Pittsburgh at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Cincinnati at Houston, 1 p.m. Cleveland at Los Angeles, 3 p.m. Denver at Oakland, 3 p.m. Detroit at Tampa Boy, 3 p.m. New York Jets at Miami, 3 p.m. Seot,!e at San Diego, 3 p.m. Monday, October 5 Atlanta at Philadelphia, 8 p.m. Prep Football Blue Valley 0 0 08 8 at St. Xavier's 16 16 16 0 — 48 Visitor: Downing 27 pass from Francis. Home: Reno (2) 37, 71 yd. runs; Hulett (2) 6, 47 yd. runs; Roberts 4 yd. run; Charland 2 yd. run. PAT — Hulelt (2) runs; Reno run; Roberts run; Charland run; Sullivan pass from Roberts. Transactions Baseball Playoffs Friday's Sports Transactions By United Press International Baseball Atlanta — Suspended pitcher John Montefusco for the final three days of the season. Basketball Houston — Signed guard Calvin Murphy to three-year contract; announced retirement of forward Rudy Tomianovlch. New Jersey — Traded forward Bob Elliot to Los Angeles for a 1982 third-round draft choice. New York — Extended the contract of guard Mike Newlln. Football Pittsburgh —- Activated linebacker Jack Ham; placed lineman Tyrone McGriff on the injured reserve list. St. Louis — Activated wide receiver Mel Gray and tight end Doug Marsh. Son Diego — Traded defensive end Fred Dean to San Francisco for o second draft choice In 1983 and the option of exchanging first-round draft chokes with the 49ers In 1983. Hockey Hartford — Acquired left wing Doug Sulllman, defensemen Chris Kotsopoulos and Gerry McDonald from New York Rangers for center Mike Rogers and future considerations. NY Islanders — Traded left winger Garry Howalt to Hartford lor future considerations; announced retirement of center Lome Hennlng and appointed him assistant coach; signed Bob Bourne to a 5-year, $1 million contract. By United Press International Baseball Divisional Playoffs (All Times CDT) (Beit 3 of-S) American league Oakland vi. Kansas City Oct. 6 — Oakland at Kansas Clly, 2:10 p.m. Oct. 7 — Oakland vs. Kansas City, TBA Oct. 9 — Kansas City at Oakland, 7:10 p.m. x Oct. 10 — Kansas City at Oakland, 3:10 p.m. x-Oct. 11 — Kansas City at Oakland, 6:10 p.m. New York vs. Milwaukee Oct. 7 — New York at Milwaukee, 7:10 p.m. Oct. 8 — New York at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Oct. 9 - Milwaukee at New York. 7:10 p.m. x-Oct. 10 — Milwaukee at New York, 3:10 p.m. x-Ocl. 11 — Milwaukee at New York, 6:10 p.m. Notional League Los Angeles vs. Houston Oct. 6 — Los Angeles ot Houston, 7:15 p.m. Oct. 7 — Los Angeles at Houston, 12:05 p.m. Oct. 9 — Houston at Los Angeles, 3:05 p.m. x-Oct. 10 — Houston at los Angeles. 7:15 p.m. x-Oct. 11 — Houston at los Angeles, 3:05 p.m. Philadelphia vi. Montreal Oct. 7 — Philadelphia at Montreal, 12:05 p.m. Oct. 8 - Philadelphia ot Montreal, 7:15 p.m. Oct. 9 — Montreal at Philadelphia, 3:05 p.m. x-Oct. 10 — Montreal at Philadelphia, 12:05 p.m. x-Oct. II — Montreal at Philadelphia. 3:05 p.m. x-lf necessary TBA — Site and time to be announced UPI Photo CUT OFF AT THE PASS - Oklahoma halfback Steve Sewell (13) appears to be on his way for a long gainer Saturday against Iowa State, but ISU cornerback Joe Brown recovered in time to tackle Sewell behind the line of scrimmage. The Big Eight opener for both teams ended in a 7-7 tie. Cyclones tie OU, 7-7 NORMAN, Okla. (UPI) - Iowa State coach Donnie Duncan said he considered Saturday's 7-7 tie with Oklahoma more of a loss. "My first response is tremendous pride in the way we played and the opportunities we had," Duncan said. "At the same time, I've never been so heartbroken. I guess it wasn't a loss, but it wasn't a win either." The third-year Cyclone coach, who once was an assistant coach at Oklahoma, declined to criticize kicker Alex Giffords for missing four field goal attempts. "It's just something that happens to every athlete — the same as a pass being too low or a runner unable to make a cut," he said. "Alex has been so consistent — it's just something that happens, that's all." Giffords said he was worried about Oklahoma blocking a 62-yard attempt that would have given Iowa State, now 3-0-1, the win as time ran out. "I tried to move to the ball too fast and rushed the kick," Giffords said. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards ISU 20 56-204 119 0 10-20-2 7-36.0 0-0 6-65 Okla 20 53-314 20 30 2-12-2 2-29.0 6-5 6-35 "The wind wasn't a problem with me, I just missed." Barry Switzer, whose sixth-ranked Sooners are now 1-1-1, said Iowa State deserved to win the game. "It is very obvious that we did not play well," Switzer said. "Our defense played well enough to help the offense ... our offense did not help our defense enough, plus we gave Iowa State the ball with too many turnovers. "If we don't cut down our fumbles and our illegal procedure penalties, we can lose a bunch more football games," he said. "The only way I know to cut down on our fumbles for sure is to punt on first down every series." The Sooners fumbled six times, losing five of them to the Cyclones, threw two interceptions and were penalized six times. Fullback Stanley Wilson paced the Sooners' ground-oriented attack by gaining 157 yards on 23 carries but said he "felt Iowa State should have won. We're making too many mistakes this season. It seems like Iowa State was watching me more the second half. We could have mixed up our plays a little more." Cyclone tailback Dwaynie Crutchfield, the game's leading rusher with 43 carries for 171 yards and one touchdown, said, "We got it together out there today. We should have won. Our offensive line was the best. "Our defense didn't deserve to be on the field as much as they were but they're just like a fire department — when you need a fire put out, they're right there," Crutchfield said. Iowa State o 0 Oklahoma 7 o OU • Sewell 16 run (Keeling kick) ISU • Crutchfield 3 run (Giffords kick) A - 74.807 0 7-7 0.0 — 7 Nebraska wins, 17-3 LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) - Coach Tom Osborne said he was disappointed in the Nebraska offense's execution in its 17-3 win Saturday over Auburn, but he was grateful for strong showings by the defense and the kicking unit. "I'm thankful the players stuck together," Osborne said. He said senior Mark Mauer and sophomore Turner Gill, both vying for the No. 1 quarterback role, had their good moments. But he said they also had their difficulties during the rain- soaked contest. Mauer completed 5-of-9 passes for 41 yards, while Gill was l-of-6 for 9 yards and had several passes dropped. Both were intercepted once. Gill, however, scrambled for an 8- yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to cap the victory for 19th-ranked Nebraska. "The ball was wet, and it was windy enough to hurt our passing," Osborne said. "It was there, we just couldn't hold on." Auburn Coach Pat Dye credited the Nebraska defense for Auburn's anemic offensive showing. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Aub 12 52-55 95 44 5-10-2 7-44.3 10—5 5-26 Neb 16 64-257 50 80 6-15-2 5-50.2 3-2 6-80 "We didn't establish our offense like we did against Tennessee, and a lot of the credit for that goes to Nebraska," he said, referring to the Tigers' 10-7 loss last week. Dye said Auburn's offense was simply overpowered by the Nebraska defense. "(Tiger quarterback Charles) Thomas didn't have a chance today. He doesn't deserve all the credit for what went wrong today offensively," Dye said. "I thought we'd move the football better against Nebraska than we did. Our offensive line Just got whipped," he said. "All the credit for this game should go to the Nebraska front line." Nebraska exploded for 10 points in 45 seconds of the third quarter on a Kevin Seibel field goal and a touchdown run by Roger Craig to guarantee the victory. ' ^ The Buskers, 2-2, trailing by a field goal at the half, shut down the Tiger offense in the first series of the third quarter, then drove 39 yards before Seibel booted a 39-yard field goal to tig the game 3-3. : ' > " On the next Auburn offensive series; defensive end Jimmy Williams covered a bad pitch out from Tiger quarterback Charles Thomas at the Auburn 4. Two plays later, Craig plunged 3 yards into the endzone, and the Buskers went ahead for good, 10-3. The Tigers, 1-3, plagued with .jtwo drive-stopping fumbles in a game marred by downpours, sealed their > pwn fate when running back Lionel Jafnes fumbled at the Auburn 9. Busker safety Jeff Krejci recovered the ball, and Nebraska moved to "the .3 in two plays before a delay penalty gave them a third-and-goal situation at the 8. Gill then scored from 8 yards out on a broken play for the final score. Auburn 3 0 Nebrosko 0 0 Aub - FG Del Greco 52 Neb • FG Seibel 39 Neb • Craig 3 run (Seibel kick) Neb • Gill 8 run (Seibel kick) A - 76,423 00 — 10 7 T- UCLA hammers Buffs LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Norm Johnson tied a 10-year-old school record with four field goals and Tom Ramsey passed for 258 yards and two touchdowns Saturday to lead 18th-rank- ed UCLA to a 27-7 victory over Colorado. Johnson's field goals of 30, 44, 31 and 41 yards equaled the mark set in 1971 by Efren Herrera. The Bruins improved their record to 3-1 while Colorado fell to 1-3. UCLA running back Kevin Nelson carried 26 times for 126 yards to lead all rushers as the Bruins outgained the Buffalos 433-171 in total yardage, including a 258-54 advantage in passing. Colorado quarterback Randy Easington completed ll-of-25 passes for just 54 yards while Ramsey completed 15- of-23 and was intercepted once. UCLA tight end Tim Wrightman led all receivers with five receptions for 71 yards while Cormac Carney and Willie Curran each caught three passes for 63 yards. The Bruins grabbed a 3-0 lead mid- First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Colo 10 36-107 54 24 10-25-1 8-41.8 2-2 1-15 UCLA 22 55-179 258 50 15-25-3 0-0 3-2 5-39 way through the opening period on Johnson's first field goal, a 30-yarder. On the ensuing kickoff Colorado's Walter Stanley fumbled with UCLA recovering at the Buffalos' 29. Three plays later, Johnson kicked the 44-yard field goal — the longest of his career — to make it 6-0. He hit his third of the game from 31 yards out early in the second period to make it 9-0. Johnson added his final field goal on UCLA's next possession, equaling the school record. The Bruins boosted their lead to 19-0 with 4:19 left in the half on a 10-yard touchdown pass from Ramsey to Carney. The drive was highlighted by a 29- yard pass to Wrightman. • Colorado scored its lone touchdown with just 11 seconds remaining in the half on a 4-yard pass from Essington to running back Lee Rouson. That touchdown came after Ramsey fumbled, and Pete Perry recovered for the Buffalos at the UCLA 45. -• The Bruins closed out the scoring with 14:30 left in the game on 14-yard TD pass from Ramsey to Wrightman'. The 6-foot-3, 233-pound tight end caught the ball at the 5 and carried two der fenders into the end zone. o 7 0 0 — . 7 6 13 0 8 — 27 Colorado U.C.L.A. UCLA • FG Johnson 30 ., UCLA • FG Johnson 41 UCLA - FG Johnson 31 UCLA - FG Johnson 44 ... UCLA • Carney 10 pass Irom Ramsey (Johnson Colo • Rouson 4 pass tram Essinglon (Hamilton UCLA • Wrightman 14 pass Irom Ramsey' (Cur" ran pass Irom Ramsey) Pool Results Red Kitten 8. 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