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Des Moines Sunday Register a November 14, 1993 Nebraska 49. Iowa State 1 7 Mistakes postly to ISU 11 ny 1 pi i'p tiiiwuw i mm Cv Vyd" if I ISU NEBRASKA 49, ISU 17 Iowa State 7 3 0 7 17 Nebmki 21 0 14 14 49 FIRST QUARTER Frailer 1 run (Bennett kick). 13 49. Drive: 3 plays, 27 yards. 1:11.

Key play: Iowa State's Brooks fumbled the opening kickofl; Nebraska recovered at Iowa State's 27. C. Jonei 1 run (Bennett kick), 12:06. Drive: 4 plays. 20 yards, 1:36.

Key play: Guggenheim fumbled on Iowa State's first play: Nebraska recovered at Iowa State's 21. Armstrong 10 pais from Frazier (Bennett kick). 8:23. Drive: 8 plays. 58 yards, 1:58.

Key play: Frazier 24 run to Iowa State's 20. I Knott 1 run (Stewart kick), 3 09. Drive: 11 plays. 80 yards. 5:14.

Key play: Branch 40 run to Nebraska's 3. SECOND QUARTER I FG Stewart 41, :33. Drive: 4 plays, 9 yards, 1:37. Key play: Cole recovered Nebraska fumble at Nebraska's 33. THIRD QUARTER Frazier 4 run (Bennett kick), 12:11.

Drive: 5 plays. 81 yards. 2 49 Key play: Jones 64 run to Iowa State's 9. Banning 1 run (Bennett kick), 7:50. Drive: 8 plays.

67 yards. 2:43. Key play: Schlesinger 9 run to Iowa State's 19 on third-and-two. FOURTH QUARTER I Branch 25 pasi from Doxzon (Stewart kick), 1 1 35 Drive: 9 plays. 80 yards, 3:54 Frazier 24 run (Bennett kick), 7:29.

Drive: 9 plays. 62 yards. 4 06. Child 1 run (Bennett kick), 4:11. Drive: 4 plays.

21 yards, 1:39. Key play: Nebraska recovered blocked punt at Iowa State 21. A 75.513. 4 I. il ft! 1 BILL NEIBERGALLTHE REGISTER Iowa State's Rodney Guggenheim is put on his head by Nebraska defenders during the Cyclones' 49-17 loss on Saturday at Lincoln Neb.

Cyclones' top rusher vs. Huskers started as fifth-string fullback STATISTICS Iowa St. Nebraska First down 15 23 Rushing 12 20 Passing 3 3 Penalty 0 0 Rushes 54 61 Yards gained 275 450 Yards lost 14 12 Rushing yards 261 438 Passing yards 58 68 Passes 5-8-0 4-10-0 Offensive plays 62 71 Net yards 319 506 Gam per play 5j 7 1 Return yards 0 1 Fumbles-lost 2f2 32 Penalties-yards 6-46 4-25 Puntt-average 4-32 2-38 Third down efficiency 5-14 5-9 Sacks by-yards 1-8 2-1 Time of possession 31:30 28:30 RUSHING Iowa State No. Yds. Nebraska No.

Yds. Soucie 14 92 C.Jones 26 208 Branch 9 79 Frajier 13 125 Guggenheim 11 32 Phillips 7 35 Doxzon 7 29 Schlesinger 4 20 Knott 6 25 Benning 7 40 McMillion 1 6 Childs 2 10 Norns 1 1 Makovicka 1 3 Utter 4 0 Fiala 1 6 St Clair 1 -3 PASSING Iowa State Comp. Art. Int. Yds.

Utter 0 0 0 0 Doxzon 4 6 0 60 St Clair 2 10 2 Nebraska Comp. Art. Int. Yds. Frazier 4 10 0 68 RECEIVING Iowa State No.

Yds. Nebraska No. Yds. McMillion 1 6 Armstrong 2 28 Soucie 1 16 Jones 1 28 Knott 1 13 Muhammad 1 12 Branch 2 23 TACKLE LEADERS Iowa State U. A.

Nebraska U. A. Fulton 6 7 Stewart 5 8 Nitchie 4 7 Alberts 5 5 Laard 3 5 Reece 3 5 Cole 4 2 Ramaekers 1 5 Petersen 3 3 Anderson 2 3 if1 Continued from Page ID our guys settled in and JJ iplayed pretty good until the first se-rjries of the second half," Walden said. Any remaining Iowa State hopes 2 of a second consecutive upset of the JCornhuskers were dashed early in he third quarter when Nebraska 'drove 81 yards to score on a 4-yard funbyFrazier. added an exclamation jpojnt when Damon Benning ended 2rthe following series with a 1-yard for a 35-10 lead.

"I'm glad that's over," Nebraska Tom Osborne said. "They are i-ifot an inept football team." Iowa State played well between its early gifts and Nebraska's third-quarter flurry. The Cyclones, behind freshman quarterback Todd Doxzon, drove 80 yards for their first touchdown, a 1-yarder by Jim Knott, to cut Nebraska's advantage to 21-7 with 3:09 remaining in the first quarter. A 41-yard field goal by Ty Stewart brought the margin to 21-10 with 33 seconds left in the first half. "We went into halftime pretty fired up," said Iowa State linebacker Matt Nitchie of Lincoln.

"We knew the third quarter was going to be the most important part of the game. We knew we had to come out and stop them cold." They didn't. Nebraska's first drive was sparked by a 64-yard run by Jones, and the only reason he didn't score was Weylan Harding, who ran from the opposite side of the field to "smack Jones out of bounds at the 9- yard line. "I thought he might have dropped his knee on the turf and I think our kids did, too, and let up," Walden said of Jones' initial burst through the line. "He did a nice job of putting his hand down to get his balance.

He's probably done that before. I thought their next drive was a nice one, too. From that point on, it was just too much catch up." Nebraska won, as usual, because of a rushing attack that is not nearly as boring as some Cornhuskers fans contend. Thanks to 208 yards by (i Jones and 125 by Frazier, the team managed 438 rushing yards, a high against the Cyclones this season. Nebraska's 506 yards also were the most against Iowa State.

"Take either Jones or Frazier out of the mix and you've got a real problem," Walden said. "But Frazier had more to do with the win today 7- than Jones did. But what I'd rather I do is play them both and take our two fumbles out of the mix and see what kind of game it's going to be." it. Iowa State rushed for 26 1 yards, a season high against Nebraska. Freshman walk-on Jeff Soucie, a fullback, led the Cyclones with 92 second-half yards.

He replaced Gug-JV genheim, who tore a tendon in his 4i Cyclone quarterback Todd Doxzon looking to the Iowa State sidelines i jtHtmx jr" "-Si-. BILL NEIBERGALLTHE REGISTER Kevin Lazard makes a tackle on Nebraska's Lawrence Phillips. mm I Conf. Overall W. L.

T. W. L. T. Off.

Dei. Nebraska 6 0 0 10 0 0 400 169 Colorado 4 1 1 6 3 1 306 204 Oklahoma 4 2 0 8 2 0 310 155 Kansas State 3 2 1 7 2 1 267 193 Kansas 2 4 0 4 7 0 214 256 Missouri 2 4 0 3 6 1 192 376 Iowa State 2 4 0 3 7 0 245 303 Okla. State 0 6 0 3 7 0 157 215 Stewart misses Ty Stewart's string of eight consecutive field goals ended when he missed from 49 yards in the second quarter. "I just mis-hit it," Stewart said. He later kicked a 41-yarder before halftime.

Stewart has made 10 of 14 field-goal attempts this season, including seven of nine from 40 yards or longer. Concerns in Florida Keith Triable and Bob Epling of the Orange Bowl were here Friday to answer questions of fans regarding recent attacks on tourists in south Florida. "We understand the concern," said Epling, president of the Orange Bowl committee. "Law enforcement has been increased since the incidents, and they'll be increased even By RANDY PETERSON Register Staff Writer Lincoln, Neb. Jim Walden's secret weapon started the season as the No.

5 fullback on the Iowa State depth chart. Saturday, he was a star. Jeff Soucie, who is paying tuition, replaced Rodney Guggenheim and finished Saturday's game against Nebraska with 92 rushing yards. "We're dirt thin at fullback, so out comes the secret weapon," Walden said with a chuckle following the Cyclones' 49-17 Big Eight loss to fourth-ranked Nebraska Saturday. "I'd say he played very well." Soucie, from Hastings, started the season behind fullbacks Chris Ulrich, Artis Garris, Guggenheim and Hussein Warmack.

Ulrich hurt a leg against Kansas State, Garris had reconstructive knee surgery a month ago, Warmack was moved to tight end and Guggenheim tore a tendon in his right ankle Saturday in the second half. "I had no idea I'd be playing this season," said Soucie, who played for the first time. "I thought I was going to be down there (on the scout team) forever." Soucie wasn't recruited by Iowa State; he recruited them. "I had to send tapes just to get a look," he said. "They said the best they could do for me was to let me walk on.

I wanted to play Division I football someplace, so that's what I did." Sack attack Nebraska outside linebacker Trev Alberts of Cedar Falls tied the team record for season sacks when he tackled Bob Utter in the second quarter. It was his 15th, and brought his career total to a school-record 29V2. Among his 10 tackles Saturday were three behind the line of scrim- Kansas State 31, Missouri 21 Manhattan, Kan. Chad May and Andre Coleman connected for two second-half touchdowns, rallying Kansas State past Missouri and clinching the Wildcats' second bowl bid in 97 years. Depending on the outcome of next Saturday's games, No.

24 Kansas State is likely headed for either the Aloha Bowl or Copper Bowl. Since beginning football in 1896, Kansas State's only other postseason appearance was a 14-3 loss to Wisconsin in the 1982 Independence Bowl. Backup quarterback Brian Sallee replaced injured Jeff Handy and fired two touchdown passes that gave Missouri a 13-10 lead. The Wildcats, whose offense had been stymied most of the day, an Marcus Allen strips the ball while mage. But there was only minor celebrating after his team clinched its third consecutive trip to the Orange Bowl, regardless of the outcome of the Nov.

26 game against Oklahoma. "We've been having a few people say you aren't jubilant enough, and certainly we are happy where we are at," Alberts said. "We're 10-0, but you've got to understand we set out these goals in August and (winning the conference) is only one-third of those goals. The rest is going undefeated, and to win the (mythical) national championship, so we are not even near done by far." Nebraska is one of only four remaining unbeaten and untied teams. The others are Notre Dame, Auburn and West Virginia.

swered with a five-play, 80-yard drive in which May had completions of 43 yards to Brad Seib, 16 yards to Kevin Lockett and 27 yards to Coleman, who was open in the end zone. right ankle late in the second half. Second-team fullback Chris Ulrich did not play because of a leg injury sustained last week against Kansas State. "The coach told me to be ready," said Soucie, of Hastings, Neb. "I was excited, but a little scared when I got out there." i V' )- BILL NEIBERGALLThe REGISTER expresses bewilderment while after being sacked by Nebraska.

18 carries. "I think you can make a case for that being our best game of the year," Colorado Coach Bill McCartney said. Kaniat Colorado First downs 14 32 Rushes yards 34 109 61-378 Passing yards 126 220 Return yards 30 Passes 1022 1 16 230 Punts 8-47 5-50 Fumbles-lost 11 2-1 Penalties-yards 316 5-46 Time of possession 23 29 36 31 Kanm 0 0 14 0 14 Colorado 0 jo 1 14 38 C-FG Berger 24 C-Warren 1 5 run (Berger kick) Salaam 7 run (Berger kick) K-Henley 1 7 run (EichloK hick) Salaam 2 run (Berger kick) K-Henley 100 kickorl return (EichloH kick) Stewart 1 run (Berger kick) Hill 7 run (Berger kick) INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Kansas: Henley 18-63. Sanders 5-15 Thomas 114. A Smith 11 3: Colorado: Salaam 19 130 Warren 17-115.

Stewart 12 74. Hill 10-47 Joseph 1-11. Pining Kansas: Preston 10-211-126; Colorado Stewart 13 200-194. Tobin 2 2-0-17 Receiving-Kansas Carter 3-51. Vang 2-25 Chandler 2 24.

Willeford 1-12; Colorado Johnson 4-70. Westbrook 4-60. Fauna 4-56. Embree 1-13. Cunningham 112.

Colorado far too tough on both sides of line for Kansas SATURDAY'S GAMES Colorado 38, Kansas 14 Kansas State 31. Missouri 21 Nebraska 49. Iowa State 17 Oklahoma 3 1 Oklahoma State 0 SATURDAY, NOV. 20 1 2 10 Colorado at Iowa State i 00 Missouri at Kansas 2:00 Kansas State at Oklahoma State FRIDAY, NOV. 26 1 30 Oklahoma at Nebraska (ABC) more during the Christmas holiday." Nebraska will be responsible for selling 12,000 tickets.

brought his offense this season to 2,200 yards, breaking the school record of 2,018 set by Jack Mildren in 1971. Gundy's first touchdown pass to Hall ended a 77-yard drive that actually covered 102 yards, as the Sooners had to overcome a personal-foul penalty and a holding penalty. Okla. State Oklahoma First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of possession 1 27 28-33 68332 (-2) 175 32 64 315-1 11-17-1 11-40 4-40 0 2 1 639 9-103 1957 4003 Oklahoma State .0 0 0 00 Oklahoma 7 17 0 7 31 0 Hall 7 pass from Gundy (Blanton kick) 0 Hall 28 pass trom Gundy (Blanton kick) 0 Chandler 3 run (Blanton kick) 0 FG Blanton 22 0 Chandler 23 run (Blanton kick) INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Oklahoma State: Thompson 14-32; Oklahoma Chandler 15-103. Allen 14-76.

Collier 7-57. Moore 17-54. Brown 4-26. Gundy 10-15 Pawing Oklahoma State: Jones 1-7-1-5. Oklahoma Gundy 1 1-16-1-175.

Receiving-Oklahoma State: Culver 1-5; Oklahoma Hall 3-72. Brady 3-46. Mluourl Kan. State 16 16 4295 35-51 191 248 91 183 1634 2 13-30-0 9-40 10-35 32 3-1 960 11 108 28 21 31 39 0 0 13 8 21 10 0 7 14 31 Oklahoma 31, Oklahoma State 0 Norman, Okla. Cale Gundy broke three school records and 17th-ranked Oklahoma held Oklahoma State to 31 yards.

The Sooners extended their unbeaten streak against Oklahoma State to 17 games. The only non-victory was last season when the teams tied, 15-15. Oklahoma State came in with the second-ranked defense in the Big Eight, but it was the Sooners' defense that dominated. The Cowboys had one first down on a penalty and never crossed midfield. It was their fewest yards since at least 1975, according to school officials.

Gundy was 11 -for-16 for 175 yards and threw touchdown passes of 7 and 28 yards to Albert Hall. Those gave him 14 touchdown passes this season and 26 for his career, both school records. His 190 yards running and passing Associated Press Boulder, Colo. With its highest offensive output 598 yards lowest defensive yield 235 yards of the season, Colorado beat Kansas for the ninth tive time, 38-14, Saturday. No.

21 Buffaloes scored on four consecutive possessions to take control. Rashaan Salaam ran for 130 yards and two touchdowns for Colorado. "Our line dominated them," said Lamont Warren, who ran for 115 yards. "It was just up to the running backs to pick an opening. It can't get any better than that." Colorado finished with 378 yards rushing on 61 carries, a per-carry average of 6.2 yards.

The Colorado defense limited freshman June Henley, the Big Eight Conference's No. 2 rusher who had averaged 164 yards rushing in his previous four games, to 63 yards on First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time ot possession Missouri Kanui Stata KS-FG Wright 49 KS-Rees 1 1 pass tfrom May (Wright kick) Freeman 16 pass trom Sallee (Pooler kick) Otortile 1 6 pass from Sallee (kick failed) KS-Coleman 27 pass from May (Wright kick) KS Coleman 65 pass trom May (Wright kick) KS-May 1 run (Wright kick) Holly 21 pass from Sallee (pass good) INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Missouri Freeman 23 103 Jones 6 24 Kansas State Schiller 12-59. J. Smith 10-24. Edwards 4 13 Pining Missouri: Sallee 16-28-1-191; Kansas State May 13-30-0-248 Receiving Missouri: Jones 4-56.

Holly 5-45. Jadiot 2-39. Ofodile 3-32. Freeman 2-19; Kansas State Coleman 3 112. Seib 3 66, Lockett 3 34.

Rees 2 26. Running 2 10.

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