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8D D K s Mo I N K s S r D A Y R K i; I STE R H S E PTE M B E R 26, 1903 College Football Nebraska Hurts But Wins, 48-13 Huskers flatten Colorado State t it . U 1 : rpjbfcNHEIty.vr'V ... . i?- ' : - jbwa State Coach Jim Walden paces :Loss to ISU Continued from Page ID ton scored with 44 seconds until intermission for a 21-14 lead, n "I'll take full responsibility for "'that," Walden said. "We shouldn't have put McMillion in. We sent him in there and the lineman who was supposed to come out when McMillion came in did not come off and we ,ended up with 12 men on the field." Coston scored on a 42-yard pass from Emanuel with 5:12 remaining : in the third quarter for a 28-14 lead, u j ...:.u i n i : a. pay in the game on a 15-yard run for ,.a 35-14 lead. n . "I've been hoping for the last two , years that (Coach Fred Goldsmith) would give me another chance to prove myself," said Coston, who re- rnivnrl fho (Jump hall "This hall rpnl- . ly means a lot to me. I'm going to put V, it in a special place where I can see it : every day." v ' Emanuel completed 16 of 24 pas-. ses for 219 yards and two touch-.: downs. His first was a 39-yarder to c Emerson Allen with 2:57 remaining in the first quarter. Iowa State has been outscored in the first quarter, 42-0, this season. ., "We came here ready to play and I was very satisfied with their effort," Walden said. "Everyone tried, I know that." The Cyclones utilized the no-1 huddle offense for much of the game ' in an attempt to keep the Rice de-'Jense on the field. And Walden con--tinued to alternate his quarterbacks, Utter and Todd Doxzon, until Doxzon sprained an ankle after a 42-yard run late in the game. , Iowa State started the game without three of its top players who did not make the trip leading rusher Artis Garris, who has a bruised knee, wide receiver James Brooks, who ; ueiensive laeKie i rov recersen. wno ,trTh tr fjrcf tAU mn it ..inn nn : i lit. v IUOL luiu me: it. vv till tr'Achilles tendon and I was scared to jury. "But from what I understand, its a bad sprain. I don't know what that means right now." ii & .? J 1 V u Rice quarterback Bert Emanuel is Iowa State's Cedric Linwood, top, doug wellsThe Register the sideline in Rice's 49-21 victory Saturday. "It got away from us," Walden said of the game. Rice levels Cyclones iSf :- , j j ;..k. 4 X N m;i., Iowa State fullback Chris Ulrich drags Emmett Waldon and Larry Izzo Date Opponent Time Sept. 2 Northern lllltiolt W, 54-10 Sept. 11 lowi L, 28-31 Sept. 18 at Wisconsin L, 7-28 Sept. 25 at Rice L, 21-49 Oct. 2 Oklahoma (P) 1:00 Oct. 16 at Kansas 1:00 Oct. 23 Oklahoma State (H) lioo Oct. 30 at Missouri 1:00 Nov. 6 Kantai State 1:00 Nov. 13 at Nebraska 1:00 Nov. 20 Colorado noon P Parent's day H Homecoming ! o J si ' - V i ! - -AsajciATti) Press sacked for a loss of 9 yards by and Scott Schultz. I J 1 i I V RICE 49, IOWA STATE 21 Iowa State 0 14 0 7 21 Rice 7 14 7 21 t- 49 FIRST QUARTER R Allen 39 pan from Emanuel (Bagwell kick), 2:57. Drive: 11 plays. 98 yards, 4:46. Key play: Edmonds 3 run on third down to Rice 14. SECOND QUARTER I Utter 1 run (Stewart kick), 10:51. Drive: 16 " plays, 80 yards. 7:06. Key play1: Branch 8 run on fourth down to Rice 4. R Edmonds 9 run (Bagwell kick), 6: 1 7. Drive: 5 plays, 56 yards, 2:09. Key play: Edmonds 11 run to Iowa State 9. I Branch 72 pais from Utter (Stewart kick), 2 55 Drive: 1 play, 72 yards, 0:09. R Cotton 1 run (Bagwell kick), 0:44. Drive: 7 plays, 57 yards, 2:11. Key play: Edmonds 5 run on fourth down to Iowa State 34. THIRD QUARTER R Coston 42 pats from Emanuel (Bagwell kick), 5:12. Drive: 2 plays. 40 yards, 0:50. FOURTH QUARTER R Coston 15 run (Bagwell kick), 1 2:38. Drive: 3 plays. 58 yards, 1:24. Key play: Iowa State penalties of pass interference and unsportsmanlike conduct. R Edmonds 5 run (Bagwell kick), 814. Drive: 3 plays, 58 yards, 1:41. Key play: Edmonds 50 run to Iowa State 8. I Guggenheim 3 run (Stewart kick), 4:45. Drive: 9 plays, 80 yards, 3:29. Key play: Utter 10 run to Rice 26. R George 4 run (Bagwell kick). 2:09. Drive: 2 plays, 6 yards, .42. Key play: Williams fumble recovery at Iowa State 6. A-18,600. i, a mi in) mi m - ...-. .)- ifcuiiarf STATISTICS ISU Rice First downs 19 26 Rushing 13 15 Passing 6 8 Penalty 0 3 Ruthe 44 38 Yards gained 229 200 Yards lost 18 35 Rushing yardt 211 165 Patting yardt 40 219 Pattet 10-22-1 16-25-0 Oftentlve ptayi 66 63 Net yardt 351 384 Gain per play 53 6 1 Return yardt 12 18 Fumblet-lott 2-2 H) Penaltlet-yardt 9.90 3-20 Puntt-average 3 636 Third down efficiency 5J4 41 Sackt by-yardt 3 -29 29 Time of pottettton 3141 28:19 'Jit 0 ..-,'"r j DOUG wellsThe Register down during Rice's victory. RUSHING Iowa Stat No. Ydi. Rice No. Vdl. Utter 14 82 Edmonds 21 122 Ulrich 14 44 Coston 3 29 Doxson 2 43 George 6 10 Guggenheim 3 23 Emanuel 8 39 Branch 6 22 McMiliion 2 10 Norrts 1 4 Knott 2 1 PASSING Iowa State Comp. An. Int. Ydt. Utter 10 22 1 140 "Ice Comp. AH. Int. Ydt. Emanuel 16 24 0 219 LaRocca 0 1 0 0 RECEIVING Iowa State No. Ydt. Rice No. Ydt. Branch 2 88 Lee 5 42 Horacek 2 17 Coston 3 69 Hill 2 16 Howard 3 41 McMillion 2 -4 Crowe 3 26 Hughes 1 12 Allen 1 39 Knott 1 II Edmonds 1 2 TACKLE LEADERS Iowa State U. A. Rice U. A. Cole 6 0 Waldron 7 3 Linwood 5 3 Bennett 7 2 Sanders 5 1 Sowells 6 1 Davis 5 0 Phone us to share your view on ISU What's ahead for Iowa State after Saturday's loss at Rice? Only lOth-ranked Oklahoma. Phone The Register with your observations about the Cyclones' game Saturday, its turning points and top plays. Please keep your remarks brief. We'll print a selection of the responses in Monday's sports section. You must provide your name and hometown, which will be published in the newspaper. Also leave your area code and telephone number, which will be used for verification purposes only. Call us at (515) 284-83C8 before 2 p.m. today. Assooi.vtkdPukss Lincoln, Neb. Nebraska had all the injuries. Colorado State felt all the pain. Tommie Frazier, able to play despite an ankle injury, passed for two touchdowns and ran for one Saturday as No. 6 Nebraska pounded Colorado State, 48-13. The Cornhuskers entered the game with a long list of walking wounded, but the injuries appeared to have little impact. Nebraska, which had a 43-0 halftime lead in a 71-14 victory over the Rams two years ago, had a 28-3 halftime advantage this time. Frazier, a sophomore, ran 1 1 times for 75 yards and was 7-for-13 for 79 yards as Nebraska gained 379 yards. "In our situation, an open date is what we need," Nebraska Coach Tom Osborne said. "We've got a number of players who could benefit from the time off. I'm glad we don't play next Saturday. "We didn't have 400 yards today. I just don't feel like the yards were what I like us to make. I thought Colorado State's strength was their defense. They changed things up on us enough that sometimes we didn't move the ball like we like to." Colorado State Coach Sonny Lubick said, "They've got a good, solid football team and they just keep coming at you and at you." But Osborne saw things a bit differently. "I don't think we're where we want to be," he said, "but considering the things that have happened, it's not too bad. The big thing now is to get people healed up." Toby Wright put the Huskers on the board before the game was a minute old with a 32-yard interception return off Anthoney Hill. "That killed us," Lubick said. "We were down, 7-0, and there was still 14 minutes left in the first quarter." Freshman running back Lawrence Phillips added a 7-yard scoring run and Frazier ran 16 yards for a touchdown and lofted a 1-yard pass to tight end Gerald Armstrong for another. Frazier connected from 41 yards out with Abdul Muhammad in the third quarter, then left the game to rest the right ankle he sprained in the season opener against North Texas. Brook Berringer passed 5 yards to Clinton Childs for Nebraska's other score after Kareem Moss intercepted Hill's pass and returned it 42 yards to the Rams' 17-yard line. Jeff Makovicka ran 22 yards for the Huskers' final score. Colorado State managed just field goals of 43 and 42 yards by David Napier against the Nebraska regulars. Leodis Brown ran 8 yards for a touchdown with 3:53 to go. The 75,625 fans on hand were treated to a one-play appearance by running back Calvin Jones, who was in the game for the opening snap only. He had been sidelined since the second half of the North Texas game with a sprained knee. He had no carries against Colorado State. Phillips was the leading rusher for Nebraska with 79 yards on 14 carries. Colorado St. 15 39-124 144 18 11-35 2 8-42 0-0 14-124 Nebratka 20 46-275 106 105 11-21-0 7-40 1-0 7-79 3230 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-vards Time of possession 27 30 ColoradoSUt 3 3 0 7 13 Nebratka 14 14 6 1448 N Wright 32 interception return (Bennett kick) CS-FG Napier 43 N Phillips 7 run (Bennett kick) N Frazier 16 run (Bennett kick) N Armstrong. 1 pass from Frazier (Bennett kick) CS-FG Napier 42 N Muhammad 41 pass from Frazier (kick failed) N Childs 5 pass from Berringer (Bennett kicked) CS Brown 8 run (Napier kick) N Makovicka 22 run (Bennett kick) A-75,625 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Ruthlng Colorado State: Hill 17-65. Brown 19-58. Ward 3-13: Nebraska: Phillips 14-79. Frazier 11-75. Makovicka 7-62. Patting Colorado State: Hill 11-35-2-144: Ne braska: Frazier 7-13-0-79. Berringer 4-8-0-27. deceiving Colorado state: Turner 4-66. Brown 3-11. Zenno 2-47; Nebraska: Armstrong 2-15, Muhammad 1-41. Kansas State 36, Nevada-Las Vegas 20 Manhattan, Kan. After falling behind at halftime, Kansas State methodically carved out a victory to finish unbeaten in non-conference games for the first time in 39 seasons. "We're at the point now where we're so confident we knew we were going to come back," said wide receiver Andre Coleman, who scored on a a 67-yard pass play in the second half. Nev.-laiVtgaa Kama St. First downs Rushes-yards Passing Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties -yards 18 18 34-104 223 0 17-31-3 5-38 1-1 11-106 29 32 47-165 177 41 12 29-0 6-43 2-1 647 30 28 620 14 36 Time of possession Navade-LasVeget 7 7 0 KantatStat 10 0 12 KS FG Wright 39 KS Smith 27 run (Wright kick) UNLV Tompkins 8 pass Stockham (Garritano kick) UNLV Love 2 run (Garritano kick) KS FG Wright 45 KS Smith 1 run (Wright kick) KS Safety, Bailey tackled end zone KS Coleman 67 pass from May (Wright kick) KS Schiller 8 run (Wright kick) UNLV Gatewood 18 pass from Stockham (run fail) A-25.817 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Ruthlng Nevada-Las Vegas: Love 24-64. Gi 7-40: Kansas State: Smith 22-127. Schiller 10-27. Patting Nevada-Las Vegas: Stockham 17 31-3-223: Kansas State: May 12-28-0-177. Receiving Nevada-Las Vegas: Thompkins 7-92, Bailey 3-50. Gatewood 2-46. Gi 2-1 1. Culp 2-10, Love 1-14: Kansas State: Coleman 5-118. Seib 2-31, Running 1-19, Schiller 1-11. 1 i West Virginia 35, Missouri 3 Morgantown, W.Va. A tough Missouri defense hampered by its inept offense came unraveled when the nation's most proficient passer proved he can run, too. f Jake Kelchner's 61 -yard sprint down the right sideline ,'midway through the third quarter set up a 4-yard touchdown pass seconds later that gave West Virginia a 14-0 lead. Kelchner hit an 83-yard touchdown pass to Jay Kearney on the next series and the romp was on. ' "We had them pretty well cbr-ralled and then he broke out on that run," said Missouri Coach Bob Stull. "It was a big play in the game." Kelchner said, "It was a pass play. I looked for the pass, but I saw an opening out of my peripheral vision. I took off, and there was no one there." Kelchner, ranked first in the nation with a 224.3 passing efficiency rating, finished 10-of-13 for 182 yards and three touchdowns without being intercepted. He threw ito Kearney for 125 yards and two scores as the Mountaineers continued their best start since 1989, the last season they appeared in a bowl. Mlttourl 26 37 129 279 2 26-434 6-48 3-2 11-90 26:24 WettVa. 14 40-178 209 147 11-140 4-40 33 7-57 33!36 1 i First downs Rushes-yards Passing Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of possession Mlttouri .. ..0 0 net! Virginia o 7 14 14 35 WV C.Washington 4 pass from Kelchner (Sauerbiun kick) WV-Kearney 27 pass from Kelchner (Sauerbiun kick) WV Kearney 83 pass from Kelchner (Sauerbrun kick) WV-Collms 97 fumble return (Sauerbrun kick) WVV Washington 27 interception return (Sauerbrun kick) M-FG Pooler 36 I A-53.214 ;. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Ruthlng Missouri: Washington 16-88. Bovd 10-51: West Virginia: Gary 19-94. Kelchner 7-53. Patting Missouri: Handy 20-34-4-216. Sallee 6-9-0-63: West Virginia: Kelchner 10-13-0-182, Stud- Recelvlng-Missouri: Holly 9-114, Sallee 6-43 Ofodile 4-32; West Virginia: Kearney 3-125. Woodard Oklahoma 41, Tulsa 20 Norman, Okla. Two weeks after rolling over then-No. 5 Texas A & M, Oklahoma found itself in' a nail-biter with Tulsa. But a blocked punt changed that for good. Larry Bush's block late in the third quarter set up a touchdown that gave the lOth-ranked Sooners. a two-touchdown lead and propelled them to victory. "I think it turned the game around," said tight end Rickey Brady, who caught six passes for 90 yards, including a touchdown. "After the block we were able to put the ball in the end zone. It changed the game around from an offensive sianapomt. Tulta Oklahoma 18 46-1-68 149 77 1319:0 3-37 2-0 9-69 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of possession 45-149" 181 1 17-26-1 4-36 4-1 7-55 30:05 civ 29:55 0 M 741 Tuita... L f i umanoma , jq 10 14 0 FG Blanton 22 T White 3 run (Kick failed) O-Warren 20 pass from Gundy (Blanton kick) T White 1 pass from Frerotte (Bnstar kick) ' O-Brady 30 pass from Gundy (Blanton kick) . 0 FG Blanton 39 - T Frerotte 1 run (Bristar kick) V 0 Collier 2 pass from Gundy (Blanton kick) t 0 Chandler 1 run (Blanton kick) 0 Collier 5 run (Blanton kick) A-67.121 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 1 Ruthlng Tulsa: Headd 21122, Williams 3-U Oklahoma: Allen 20-63, Collier 7-34, Chandler 7-26 Gundy 7-13. Moore 212. r- Plnfrlu.l5a: Frero,,e 17-25-1-181; Oklahoma: Gundy 13-19-0-149. Recelvlng-Tulsa: Kedzior6-75. Penn 5-50, Brown 3-25. Anderson 1-19, White 2-12; Oklahoma: Brady 6-90. Warren 3-42. . Arizona State 12, Oklahoma State 10 Tempe, Ariz. Defensive tackle Larry Boyd's sack of Oklahoma State's Tone' Jones in the end zone 2 minutes 12 seconds into the fourth quarter proved to be the difference! Jones, a freshman who replaced Gary Porter early in the second quarter, pivoted after taking a snap at his 5-yard line and rolled backward and to his right. Boyd made a beeline for him and made the tackle in the end zone for the safety. Arizona State wrapped up the victory when George Montgomery, playing for the first time since he tore a knee ligament in the fifth game of last season, ran for 14 yards late in the game to help the Sun Devils kill the clock. It was the first loss of the season for Oklahoma State and it denied Coach Pat Jones his 59th career victory. Jones, who got his first victory in a 45-3 rout of Arizona State in Sim Devil Stadium in 1984, is tied with Jim Lookabaugh as the winningest coach in school history. ' Okla. St. Arizona St. First downs 10 .19 55 170 107 122 13-27 1 8-42 '20 7-62 2408 012 Rushes-yards 37-80 Passing 186 Return yards 9 Passes 7 130 Punts 843 Fumbles-lost 3-2 Penalties-yards 8 70 Time of possession 35 52 Oklahoma State - ......0 7 3 Aritona State 0 7 3 i n AS I nomas 34 pass trom Benton (Baker kick) OS T Jones 5 run (Vaughn kick) OS-FG Vaughn 35 i AS-FG Baker 49 AS Safety T. Jones tackled in end zone A 46.344 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS ( Ruthlng Oklahoma State: Johnson 10-38 Jel- S,?,n.1.2 31, T Jones 616; ArlZ0na State: Bates 30-94. Montgomery 1 7-54 Patting Oklahoma State: T. Jones 4-5-0-121 Porter 3-8-0-65; Arizona State: Benton 13-26-1-107 ' i5jC?u,n,?kJ?oma S,a,e Denson4-68 Culver 2105. Thomas 1-13; Arizona State: Thomas 5-60 . A. jaw ""

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