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Sunday, October 22, 1978
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Isulsvj im fcHIMIUSHM IftMl J, l's li r vJl ;.. : ;'V, - . Kd f. 'V. V : . V y Fake punt fails, Missouri cruises Sorely needing help, Nebraska's Tom Sorley can't escape Ruben Vaughan 100-yard Iricltofi return vasfed by Colorado NEBRASKA Continued from Page One on what the coaches said afterward. Ofcborne speaks softly, Mallory hardly speaks. Osborne did say Mallory is "a good coach" which probably means he was trying to save Bill's Job. The best two plays of the day, as far as Colorado was concerned, were turned In by Ballage and Ralphie, the buffalo that serves as the team's mascot Ralphie runs onto the field before each half. It's too bad Mallory can't get him eligible. There was enough room in Colorado's defensive line for Ralphie and a couple of stablemates to get through when Nebraska was piling it ' on in the last half. With 11:55 remaining in the game, the Huskers - were In total command at 45-14. For good measure, they added one more touchdown, raising their season scoring average to a whopping 41. Shortly after it was over, fans ; deposited a considerable amount of confetti and debris on the field. It is assumed they were Buffalo fans who were celebrating the fact that their team won't have to play Nebraska again until neit Oct 27. Colorado Led, 14-3 It seemed difficult to believe that ; Colorado once led, 14-3, in a game that sent Nebraska's Big Eight record to 3-0. Ballage wiped out Nebraska's 3-0 lead with his brilliant kickoff return, that actually was 104 yards. However, he gets credit only for 100. And he'll take it He deserved it for the way he streaked up the middle of the field and outran Nebraska's pursuers. ' Colorado's reserves were so wildly enchanted with the dash that they .stayed on the field too long to con gratulate Ballage and drew a IS yard penalty for delay of game, which was tacked onto the ensuing kickoff. It wasn't long before the Buffs had another touchdown, thanks to the first of Hipp's two fumbles. Tim Roberts grabbed the ball in mid air and raced 45 yards to the Husker three. James Mayberry went the final yard for the touchdown that together with Pete Dadiotis' conversion, made it 14-3 with 2 25 left in the period. The rest of it belonged to Nebraska. Billy Todd, who bad kicked a 27-yard field goal earlier, booted a 24-yarder barely inside the second quarter, and Nebraska tied it on Rick Berns' five-yard touchdown and Tom Sor ley's two-point pass to Junior Miller with 6:57 to go before intermission. The Colorado radio broadcasters kept barking about the "lack of imagination" In the Buffs' offense after that. It reminded you of the way people have been criticizing Iowa and Iowa State. The conclusion is that, when your team is losing, the easiest way to criticize it is to say the offense lacks imagination. No Imagination Colorado's defense didn't have much imagination, either. Berns ripped it for 132 yards in 17 carries and Hipp totaled 93 in 18. In all, five Huskers had 47 yards or more in this picnic. Sorley, who completed 11 of 17 passes for 198 yards, hit Miller on a 42-yarder for a touchdown. Berns ran 10, Tim Wurth 43, Hipp one and Craig Johnson 33 for other scores. The game films were to be shown on television here at midnight Saturday. There wasn't a Buffalo fan around who was looking forward to that. Nobody likes to see assault and battery on TV. Shockers roll, 33-7, tie for lead Statistics imw BMM WlcM Halt FH downt It JO utrt If-10 r?4t 0'H lit U flum fVdl SI 0 Pntn IJ-WJ ll-JJ-l FwnOm-IMl 4 3 II Pmlii-rdt 4 44 MIS SCORIM6 SouMtm IMnoM t f 1 Wkiuta t I It U ws f 0 winiami M WS Melon 71 Wmetollon (Wimamt hictt) ws nam ncowM famM n and ina IWimamt xtcM SI Fwtclw M aats from Crr IMoaa ic IMS Hint, I run IWMIamt kM vs Hanvv M run mick lauvdl WS f O WiHiamt 47 a n.tnt WICHITA, KAN. (AP) -Defenders Brian Anderson and Willie Smith scored early touchdowns Saturday to lead Wichita State to a 33-7 Missouri Valley Conference victory over Southern Illinois. The decision vaulted Wichita State (5-3 overall) into a first-place Valley tie with New Mexico State and idle Drake with 2-1 records. Anderson, a junior linebacker, scored on a 22-yard pass interception MISSOURI VALLEY STANDINGS Conference All Carries W. L. T. W. L. T. Drake 2 10 3 4 0 Wichita State .... 2 1 0 4 3 0 N M State 2 1 0 3 4 0 S. Illinois 2 2 0 4 3 0 W Texas State .. . 1 2 0 3 5 0 Indiana State .... 1 2 0 2 5 0 I Tulsa 0 1 0 6 2 0 Cowboys, freshman thump Kansas, 21-7 ' STILLWATER, OKLA. (AP) -Freshman Terry Suellentrop pounded his way through Kansas' line Saturday, guiding Oklahoma State to a 21-7 Big Eight Conference victory. The running back had strong help from defensive end Curtis Boone and freshman receiver Ron Ingram, as the Cowboys broke it open in the second half. " With the score tied, 7-7, early in the third quarter, Boone recovered a Kansas fumble on the Jayhawk 40. Then, with Suellentrop doing most of the carrying, the Cowboys moved to within inches of Kansas' goal, before quarterback Scott Burk took it over. - In the final period, Ingram took a 39-yard Burk pass deep in Kansas territory. Suellentrop followed with several short runs, including the five-yarder that made it 21-7. ' Kansas scored early in the game on a 41-yard, six-play drive ending with Mike Higins' seven-yard run. Statistics Kamas Okla. St. First downs 13 21 Rushes-yards 40-137 M-2W Firsl downs Passing yards 71 92 Rushes-yards Return yards 59 ti Passing yards Passes JO-S-0 12--l Return yards Punts 4-45 5-40 Passes Fumbles-losl -4 -? Punis Penalties-yards 7-41 5-43 Fumbles-losl SCORING Penalties-yards Kansas 7 0 0 0-7 Oklahoma Slate 0 7 1 7 11 W.Texas Stale K-Hiiwlns 7 run (Huoach kick) OS Burk 1 run (Ankerson kick) OS Burk 1 run (Ankerson kick) OS Suellentrop 5 run (Ankerson kick) A 30,500 But the Cowboys came back on a 20-play, 94-yard drive early in the second quarter that featured a runs by Suellentrop before Burk took it over from the one. The two teams, troubled by sloppy play throughout the game, combined for 15 fumbles. Kansas lost four of nine; Oklahoma State two of six. Kansas displayed little of the tough play that got it within one point of No. 1 Oklahoma last week. and Smith, a defensive end, recovered a fumble in the end zone. The two touchdowns, combined with a 24-yard field goal by Joe Williams, gave Wichtia State a 17-0 lead before Southern Illinois scored on a 36-yard pass from Gerald Canto tight end Hugh Fletcher in the fourth quarter. Wichita State fullback Jeff Haney, who had 119 yards rushing, scored on one- and 30-yard runs. Williams, with only four seconds left in the game, booted a 67-yard field goal with a strong wind at his back. The kick tied an NCAA record held by Russell Erxleben of Texas and Steve Little of Arkansas. WEST TEXAS STATE WHIPS INDIANA STATE Statistics W. Tea. 79 7-411 n 94 0-11-0 3-40 7-3 -70 kid. St. 6 70-72 (4 3 7-17-2 t-v 2-1 6-5S NO. 17 NAVY 1 ANNAPOLIS, MD. (AP) - Bob Tata kicked a 27-yard field goal and ; fallback Larry Klawinski's 33-yard scoring burst lifted No. 17 Navy past William and Mary, 9-0, Saturday in a college football game. The undefeated Midshipmen were ' held scoreless until the final three ! minutes of the third period. Phil McConkey then returned a punt 46 yards to William and Mary's 39-yard line. Tata's field goal boosted his career scoring total to 142 points, second in Navy history to Joe Bellino, who had 198 points. Florida hits Army, 31-7 GAINESVILLE, FLA. (AP) - John Brantley came back after a leg injury and broke a 7-7 tie with a 44-yard scoring pass to Cris Collinsworth late in the first half and the Florida Gators went on to whip Army, 31-7, Saturday. Brantley and wide receiver Collins-worth also teamed for two 18-yard touchdown passes as Florida dominated the second half. Midway in the second quarter Brantley went out with a leg injury just after Army's Dwane Fuller blocked a punt and Jeff Cook ran 23 yards with the loose ball for the Cadets' only score. SCORING 10 14 J 9-30 Indiana Stale 0 0 7 0 -7 WTS Holt 49 punt return (Wrloht kick) WT5 FG Wriehl 32 WTS Robinson 3 run (Wrloht kick) WTS Johnson 5 run (Wrloht kick) WTS FG Wrloht 20 IS Washinoton 30 run (Vandercook kicJO WTS Thompson 3 run (Wrloht kick) WTS Safety, Barm tell In end zone A 3,340 TERRE HAUTE, IND. (AP) - Tailback David Johnson rushed for 171 yards and one touchdown and quarterback Larry Thompson had 113 yards and another score as West Texas State whipped Indiana State, 36-7, in the Missouri Valley Conference Saturday. West Texas State piled up 411 yards on the ground to just 72 for the Sycamores. A 49-yard punt return for a touchdown by John Holt and the first of Ricky Wright's two field goals gave West Texas State a 10-0 lead after one quarter. The Buffaloes made it 24-0 at balftime on short touchdown runs by Bo Robinson and Johnson. WILLIAMS POWERS NEW MEXICO, 35-20 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -Fullback Mike Williams ripped through New Mexico State's defense for 173 yards on 28 carries and scored three touchdowns Saturday tying the school career mark for touchdowns to lead New Mexico to a 35-20 nonconference college football victory over the Aggies. Williams picked up all three of his touchdowns on one-yard plunges to push his career touchdown total to 25, equaling the Lobo standard set by Fred Henry. MANHATTAN, KAN UP -Kilea wirulttw and rUil Cunt ea kfured twice at Na IS Miaauun rrwUicd Kama Sute, it 14. U Ui tltU Conference ime Saturday Near ll eftd of the first quarter, with Use trore tied, 7 7. Karuai Mate UtH a fourth duwa pautj from its o 21 rather Uaa punt Th fxssa, coming off a fait punt forma l urn. was cunipictH but lusst five yards, Ttve Tigets covered U 2) yards in sis flay, with Gn' scoring from Ux nine. Kansas State ram bark strong early in the third quarter, rluung the gap to II 14 Hut the wiiardry of M.usouri quarterback Phil Bradley BIG LIGHT STANDINGS jMaltalkrt e e m tme aM KoawO) as Ui at (4 t I t It I 0 t M 4 l -I 0- 4 O I n OtioMia J fcraratta J afcuaun OS la Slate 2 'a. 1 Kansas Slate .... 1 lew Slate 0 aus 0 Caatetexe WIT ai w and the running of Ganl aralcd the verdict Another key was Missouri s ability to strike after K Slate s scoring opportunities failed Late in the second quarter, after a miaed Wildcat field goal attempt, Missouri moved 71 yards to make it 21-7. In the the third period, with Missouri leading. 21-14. the Tigers took over on their 20 following another missed field goal by Kansas State and went 80 yards in five plays. Bradley wound up with 219 yards a W 4AulC I ttmm j t urn m t ecu va avaavt avs4e4 4". - f i a' - i Mt I W tbv I ' 1 U V Ml kvo tMW ! 4U 4M t fU (0M4 4ft J 0" M, I I u I w Mi t I Id a4M 4 - J Mt total offrnie. romplrtmg 10 of 19 passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns and rushing II timet for (2 yards and two more touchdowns. Cant orttrd 101 yards on seven attempts, including scoring runs of nine and 71 yard The St points represented Missouri's biffet output since beating Kansas. t 21. in I960 Missouri bad 474 yard total offense. 321 on the ground and 153 in the air. Kansas Stale had 99 yards rushing and 112 yards passing However, Missouri intercepted four of the Wildcats 34 attempts. The win moved Missouri to 5 2 and 2-1 in the Big Eight. Kansas State fell to 2-5 overall and 1 2 tn the conference Geneva rolls BEAVER FALLS, PA. (AP) - Bob Perrotta's three touchdowns led Geneva past Oberlin, 37-0, Saturday. ' HARVARD HANDS DARTMOUTH FIRST IVY LOSS ? CAMhHllA,L. S4AKS fAI'i . Vrft,-r qHcitt-s Latr) luoat. diferled Iklee tuairbdcaa Jrit KalufUa IB kJ fl HaMafd Id a . H 11 1) League fowsuaii ciuet , ov? (Jartnsuutft ) hfuien Mwvtul ll OiHtauJ) tt )if4e to opra Ikr roni ha if '4 put ', Harvard Ui tiM, 19 7 V t utu ' tfem rl on to katara, liaI1rixj.Lt I IrtMT! the 1 la-afur ufitjrelrn r.rU thrift InlM at the' bait TV HUtf bt llarsatd la S 2 and 12 in lb Irafue Dartmouth if 1 a osrr all arsd 2 I in Use Is y lau Brown defense clubs Cornell ITHACA. NY API - Mark Whipple threw for lo tiu-hduns and the llroa dt-fm Mtrd locr fumble to uprnd prrslousJy unU-ater Cornell. 21-13, in an Ivy league friotbtll game hrre Salurday CofrwII hJ 3 7 aovantaife at haSftirne, but the Browe drfrnM-atillenH after the break, forcing fuur costly Big Red turnovers and ttolding Cornell s Joe Holland, the nation leading rushrr. to 51 yards Princeton clips Colgate, 13-12 PRINCETON. N J. tAPl -Sophomore tailback Cris Cruiy ncored on a 28 yard stamrsrr off a scree-n pass and racked up 136 yards rushing as Princeton held on to score its first victory of the year, a 13-12 triumph over Colgate Saturday. Steel Belted Radials Eliminate Winter Tire Changeover UJhbm kirn w M HISTORY'S 3 j g - rl""i fcanimn,,..,. I sua price tle , .,1 . L 1 B7813 SJI so ti n a, 1 B "oa 14 t to ii v--".vCV- 1 "T'l iT" "$J7 M S2 0J 1 "TifuT iilfo --"'t if Jf'- 1 H "G'8 14 J4I.00 J. Meipvv r I R engine iune-1 p $188 I jPjHr 6-cyl ,L,OT,' H U4.N - 4-cvl. M M - l-cyl. H Eleclrrmtc enRine, startitttr and charging system H analysis Install new pom la. spark phi 4 con- H densfr and rotor Set dwell and en nine liming B Adiusi carbnrfinr for fuel economy No extra H charge lor air conditioned cars Includra Volka- 9 wagt n. Toyota. Uaisun and litjht trucks 9 J 1 71 I $3S You'll never have to put on snow tirei ana in. 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