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4D/ DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER • OCTOBER 16,1977 Sooners cast Loft, top Missouri Quarterback saves No. 7 club COLUMBIA, MO. (AP) Oklahoma sprang Thomas Lett for 65- and 62-yard sprints and Elvis Peacock on a 35-yard touchdown tmnt as the seventh-ranked Sooners survived a rash of turnovers to defeat Missouri, 21-17, Saturday in the Big -Eight V. Missouri, with quarterback Pete Woods passing for more than 220 yards in his first start since suffering a knee injury in the season opener, stormed to a 10-0 lead with less than a minute remaining in the first half. Then Lett swept around left end for 62 yards to the Tiger 18, and two plays later lofted a pass out of the wishbone formation to tight end Victor Hicks, who was alone in the end rone. Missouri drove deep into Oklahoma territory with less than a minute remaining, but Darroll Ray intercepted Woods' pass and returned 71 yards to snuff Missouri's final bid. Sooner* Take Control < Oklahoma (5-1) took control of the fame with two quick touchdowns in the opening minutes of the third LATE TEXAS DRIVE PINS ARKANSAS Statistics Pint down* Rushes-yards Pesslno yerdt Mtum verrtt Passes Punt* FumWes-Knt Ptnalt let-yard! SCORING t 0 TEXAS 14 50-244 90 M 4-10-0 4-35 3-3 4-30 ARK. . 14 54-1OT 67 24 6-11-0 1-40 1-1 6-43 7-13 0- f AP PHOTO Statistics Flrfl downs Rusnei-yerdi Passing yards Return yards Petsei PunH Fumetft-hnl Penalties-yard. SCORM6 T4 Intwrcvottott 12 54-339 19 42 2-3-1 5-36 4-4 1-49 I 7 I N return Mtueurl 25 56-157 262 S3 20-43-1 4-33 2-1 4-30 14 t-11 t 7-17 (Brocfchmn Texas ArtUNttat Tex - FG Erxleben 5» Tex — FG Erxleben 52 Ark — FG Little 33 Ark — FG Little 47 Ark - FG Little 25 Tex — Ham Jones one run (Ernletoen Kick) A — 44,m FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. (AP) Quarterback Randy McEachern, a third-stringer until a week ago, resorted to his passing three times Saturday on a crucial fourth-quarter 80-yard touchdown drive as second- ranked Texas edged eighth-ranked Arkansas, 13-9, in a Southwest Conference clash. McEachern, who replaced Texas' top two injured quarterbacks and led the Longhorns to a 13-6 victory over Oklahoma last week, again had it in the clutch. "I was nervous all week, but we made the big plays when it counted," said McEachern. With Texas trailing, 9-6, the red- shirt-junior from Pasadena, Tex., completed passes of 14 yards to Johnny (Ham) Jones, 31 yards to Alfred Jackson and a 28-yard screen to Earl Campbell. -Ham Jones Scores - Ham Jones punched across from one yard out for the game's only .touchdown with 4 minutes 31 seconds ;lef t to silence the Razorback Stadium ;crowd of 44,296. "We practiced the screen to Earl all this week and they (Arkansas) were yelling reverse when I was 'calling the signals at the line of "scrimmage," said McEachern. The game was a cross-country field goal duel between Arkansas' Steve Little and Texas' Russell Erxleben until the last-ditch Longhorn drive. Erxleben kicked field goals of 58 and 52 yards in the first period and Little retaliated with shots of 33 and 67 yards in the secona jSertwi. to tie the game, 6-6, at half time. \ Little's 67-yarder tied the National Collegiate record held by Erxleben. Little kicked a 25-yard field goal to give Arkansas a 9-6 lead midway through the third quarter. Texas almost fumbled the game away in the third period as Campbell Jost the ball twice and Ham Jones goughed it up once. •Calcagni Halted 2s Arkansas drove to the Texas 12 •iliere Arkansas quarterback Ron jCalcagni faced third-and-eight. * Calcagni was stopped on a rollout 5t the Texas eight and that was the •Closest Arkansas got to the Texas ioal as the Razorbacks settled for Battle's third field goal. £ Arkansas halted a Texas drive at Hhe 15 where Erxleben missed a ^S-yard field goal which would have •tied the game. M. Arkansas could not move on its 3oext possession and Little uncorked a 36-yard punt into the Texas end zone JJrith 8:36 to go and then McEachern •guided Texas downfield on an 80-yard jprive. • Texas is 5-0 overall and 2-0 in conference play while Arkansas is 4-1 |ndM. :• Campbell, a senior tailback, Jhundered 189 yards on 34 carries as •jbe broke the school rushing record and the all-time Southwest Conference mark. Chris Gilbert, held the old Texas record and Campbell shattered Dickey Morton's ledger ol 3,317 yards "-** fttahliafafrt at Arkansas. Campbell Jbs 3,3ft€ career yards. -\ hicEftchero finished toe day with ^oly (our complftiom in 10 attempu ,i_ three of them on Texas' winning 4>ucfedowo drive. Cakagni hit no. of ;f7 for 67 yardi Mo-Be» ME*) Mo-FG 36 Brockneus Okie—HMu 14 pen from Lot! (Von Scha- menn kick) Okie—Peacock 35 run (Von Scnemann kick) Okie—Lou 1 run (Von Schemam kick) Mo—Wknlow 2 P»M from Woods (Brocklwus kick) A-43.774 quarter following a 27-yard Missouri punt and an interception of a Woods' pass. The Sooners took over on the Missouri 46 on their first second-half possession and on second-and-13, Peacock cracked over left tackle and zipped untouched 35 yards for the go-ahead toouchdown. Less than a minute later, Woods, dancing away from the Oklahoma pass rush, heaved a wobbly spiral that Zack Henderson intercepted and returned 28 yards to the 17. Five straight running plays made it third- and-goal from the one and Lott sneaked over for the touchdown. Woods Connects Missouri was held in check until less than five minutes remained, when Woods connected with tight end Kellen Winslow on a two-yard touchdown strike on fourth down. Missouri dominated almost the entire first half, with Lott's runs of 65 and 62 yards accounting for Oklahoma's only offensive threats. Woods directed long marches on Missouri's first two possessions and the scoreless first quarter ended with the Tigers facing a second-and-four from the Sooner 10. After Woods was thrown for an eight-yard loss by George Cumby, Jeff Brockhaus tried a 37-yard field goal that was wide left. But less than a minute later Billy Sims took a handoff at the 15 and was hit by Terry Newman, fumbled high into the air, with Billy Bess, a 213-pound junior linebacker, clutching the ball in midair and PROFITEER — Missouri linebacker Billy Bess returns a fumble 16 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter against Oklahoma. Bat the Sooners kept in the Big Eight Conference forefront with a 21-17 victory Saturday at Columbia. rambling 16 yards for a Missouri touchdown. Following Bess' touchdown, Lott cut over left end and sailed 65 yards until Newman caught him from behind at the Missouri 11. Two plays later, from the three, Sims hurdled over the line and fumbled again, with Newman making the recovery on the six. From there, the Tigers drove 75 yards in 12 plays, highlighted by Woods' 44-yard pass to Joe Stewart on third and six from the Tiger 19. Brockhaus capped the inarch with a 36-yard field goal that gave the Tigers a 10-0 lead with 8:17 remaining in the half. Lott broke over left end for a 62-yard dash, again hauled down from behind by Newman, in the final minute of the second period. Three plays later, Hicks stepped all alone In the end zone and snared a 14-yard touchdown pass that cut the deficit to 10-7 at halftime. No. 3 Colorado tied LAWRENCE, KAN. (AP) - Quarterback Brian Bethke came off the bench and engineered two touchdown drives in the second half Saturday as Kansas tied third-ranked Colorado, 17-17. Bethke, taking the place of injured starter Jeff Hines, dove one yard into the end zone on the first play of the fourth quarter, capping a 13-play, 71-yard drive that deadlocked the game. The Jayhawks, 1-4-1 overall and 0-1-1 in the Big Eight, were slowed in their effort to upset the Buffaloes when Bethke fumbled on the Colorado 27 with 14 seconds to go. Colorado's Mike Davis recovered. Colorado (5-0-1 and 1-0-1) was shut out by an aroused Kansas defense after building a 17-3 lead soon after halftime. Criswell Recovers Kansas, controlling the ball with an effective wishbone attack throughout the game, began its rally midway in the third period when a Mike Hubach punt bounced off Davis' shoulder pad Statistics Pint downs Ruthes-vardt Pajllns yards Return yards Passes Punts FumMei-kHi P*n«Hlei-vardi Coterede 17 43-15* 101 Celerade Kamai Kansas 24 13-33* 9 2 1-7-1 7-35 4-2 5-59 0-17 7-17 7-18-2 4-39 3-2 3-46 SCORING 1 7 I 3 Col — FG DadJollt 34 Kan — Ballad* 7 run (Oadioin kick) Kan — FG Hubach 44 Col — Ballaoe 3 run (Dadlotls kick) Kan — Banks 1 run (Hubach kick) Kan — Btthk* 1 run (Hubach kick) A — VIJM and Kirby Criswell of the Jayhawks recovered at the Colorado 29. Seven plays later Norris Banks plunged from the one and closed Colorado's margin to 17-10. The drive was highlighted by a third-and-three run of five yards by Max Ediger from the 10. Colorado was stymied on its next possession and Bethke marched the Jayhawks to their second touchdown. Kansas moved the ball from the game's outset but was able to dent the Colorado defense for only a 46-yard field goal by Hubach in the first half. With Hines at the controls, the Jayhawks had a chance to score early but were victimized by a turnover. Hines fumbled on the Colorado 16 and a 76-yard drive on the Jayhawks' second possession was snuffed out. Colorado responded by driving 84 yards in 10 plays and took a 3-0 lead on a 26-yard field goal by Pete Dadiotis. Ballage Tallies Early in the second quarter, the Buffaloes made it 10-0 when tailback Howard Ballage dashed in from the two for the first of his two touchdowns. Hubach booted his field goal with 15 seconds left and the first half ended, 10-3. The Buffaloes came out quickly in the third quarter. After stopping Kansas on its first possession, Colorado drove 55 yards on 10 plays, including a key 18-yard pass from Jeff Knapple to James Mayberry. Ballage, who ran for 35 yards in the march, capped the drive with a three- yard run through left tackle and the score was 17-3. OKU. STATE ESCAPES K-STATE, 21-14 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Ralurn yards Pass«* Punts FumMas-losI Penallln-yards Statistics Kansas State Oklahoma St IS 53-216 M 39 15-6-2 6-43 2-0 7-57 I 7 OSU— Orange II run (Anderson kick) KSU— Green 1 run (kick laHed) OSU — Slepnenson 10 run (Ankerson kick) KSU— Green 15 run (Whitltv cass Manuccl) OSU— Slephenson 1 run lAnkerson kick) A-41,200. 20 56-225 104 31 11-6-1 6-35 1-1 6-60 Kama* State Oktahema St 14 7 0-14 7-JI from STILLWATER, OKLA. (AP) Quarterback Randy Stephenson plunged over from the one with less than a minute to play Saturday and gave Oklahoma State a 21-14 victory over Kansas State in Big Eight action. Stephenson, thrown into a starting role when two Cowboy quarterbacks were injured two weeks ago, also tallied on a 10-yard run in the second quarter. Oklahoma State opened the scoring when the Cowboys took the kickoff and went 77 yards for the touchdown, capped by freshman halfback Vince Orange's 18-yard run. But Kansas State responded with its own 80-yard drive and a one-yard scoring plunge by Mack Green. Green also scored when he broke over right guard and raced untouched 85 yards in the second quarter. Sandwiched between the Wildcats' scores was Stepbenson's first touchdown, which came at the end of a nine-play, 70-yard drive. Neither team was able to do i anything IB the second half until j Oklahoma State took over with 1 i minute 33 seconds left. Stephenaoo tut f or 54 Heavens' mark buoys Irish, 24-0 First downs Rusnei-yardi Passlns yards Return yards Passes Punls FumMes-tost Penalties-yards Statistics Army 15 30-25 202 1 21-37-3 7-39 3-0 4-29 SCORING o o 0 7 Noire Dame 27 70-342 122 31 9-11-1 6-37 2-2 1-70 0- 0 7-14 Army Netre Oeme ND—Heavens 3 run (Reeve kick) NO—FG Reeve 29 NO—Eurlck 2 run (Reeve kick) Ki'6—Eurlck 3 run (Reeve kick) A—72.5M. EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Halfback Jerome Heavens established a Notre Dame single-game rushing record by rambling for 200 yards and fired the No. 11 Fighting Irish to a 24-0 victory over Army before 72,594 fans Saturday. Heavens, a 6-foot, 209-pound junior, smashed the mark of 186 yards set by Emil Sitko against Michigan State in 1948. The heavily favored Irish led only 7-0 at the half behind Heavens' three- yard jaunt in the second quarter, but drubbed the tenacious Cadet defense in the second half. Halfback Terry Eurick plunged in from one yard, capping a 60-yard drive in the third and added a three- yard scoring run with less than two minutes remaining. Dan Reeves booted a 29-yard field goal in the third. Heavens, who spearheaded Notre Dame's marches with bursts up the middle, gained 119 yards in the opening half. The Irish defense pr< >ed Army quarterbacks all day and forced three interceptions. Notre Dame boatied m recur o u> v i *od Army fell u> Si WALKER SCORES POWER PITT, SINK NAVY, 34-17 PITTSBURGH. PA. (AP) Fullback Elliott Walker rushed for 169 yards and two touchdowns to carry No. 17 Pittsburgh to a 34-17 victory over Navy Saturday. 'The Panthers (4-1-1) piled up season-high totals of 318 yards rushing and 214 passing. Walker's running mate, "Fast Freddie" Jacobs, who rushed for 109 yards, ran 13 yards for a touchdown that gave Pitt a 7-0 lead on its first possession, and Walker swept one yard for a touchdown that made it 14-0 by the end of the first quarter. Navy, 3-3, came back to close the gap to 21-14 by halftime. Navy quarterback Bob Lesxczynski passed 22 yards to wingback John Kurowski early in the second quarter, and Leszczynski ran one yard for a touchdown on a fourth-down play 12 seconds before halftime. Between those scores, Walker bolted 25 yards for a Pitt touchdown. In the second half. Mark Schubert booted field goals of 31 and 19 yards for Pitt, and freshman Ray (Rooster) Jones ran 16 yards in the fourth quarter for bis first collegiate touchdown to secure the victory. Navy tailback Joe Gattuso led his team with 129 yards rushing on 29 tries. S. CoRoecticiit top tort Guard NEW HAVEN.CONN (AP) Halfback Mike Jones' second touchdown run vaulted Southern Coo- aecticut Slate to its first victory Saturday, a 19-14 inumpfa over Co**t SPORTS Continued from Page One Colorado 17, Kansas 17 Oklahoma 21, Missouri 17 Oklahoma State 21, Kansas State 14 MISSOURI VALLEY (few M«>ico 22, Wichita State 17 Southwestern Louisiana 24, Southern IDnols 0 NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE MornkigsMe 33, Lincoln (Mo.) 22 Nebraska-Omaha 19, Northern Iowa 17 North Dakota State 44, AugusUna (S.O.) 19 South Oakou 17, Western MM* 16 South Dakota State 6, North Dakota 6 IOWA CONFERENCE Buena Vista 36, Dubuque 12 Central 21, LulherO Wartburg 35, Upper Iowa 14 WMam Pern 28, Simpson 16 MIDWEST CONFERENCE Chicago at Lake Forest (n) Coe 43, Knox 7 Cornell 58, Cartoon 0 Lawrence 49, Lakeland (Wts.) 13 Mornnouth7,Grimel5 Rlpon 50, BetoH 0 TRI- STATE CONFERENCE Bethel (Minn.) 24 Stan Fats (S.D.) 0 Mandate State 33, Westmar 6 IOWA COLLEGE Culver- Stockton 36, St. Ambrose 0 Graceland 16, Tarkto (Mo.) 14 Illinois College 23, Iowa Westeyan 20 Marantha34,Lorasl4 JUNIOR COLLEGE Ellsworth 26, Grand Rapids (Swcn.i 0 Waldorf at Iowa Central (n) IVY LEAGUE Brown 21, Cornel 3 Colgate 31, Princeton 13 Harvard 31, Dartmouth 25 Yale 42, Columbia 20 YANKEE CONFERENCE Boston U. 14, Holy Cross 13 Maine 9, Connecticut 7 Massachusetts 37, Rhode Island & New Hampshire 42, Central Connecticut 7 MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE Bad State 31, Northern lino* & Bowling Green 14, Kent State 10 Miami (Ohio) 28, Ohio U. 24 Western Michigan 28, Toledo 7 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE Clemson 17, Duke 11 Maryland 35, Wake Forest 7 North Carolina 27, North Carolina Stale 14 Virginia 14, Virginia Tech 14 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Alabama 24, Tennessee 10 Georgia 24, VanderMt 13 Georgia Tech 38, Auburn 21 Kentucky 33, Louisiana State 13 Memphis State 21, Mississippi SU'.s 13 Mississippi 17, South Carolina 10 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Appalachian State 35, Lenoir Rhyne 21 Furman 42, Marshal 24 Tennessee-Chattanooga 31, Illinois State 28 Virginia Military 19, Citadel 3 Western Carolina 35, East Tennessee State 0 SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE Southern Methodist 37, Houston 23 Texas 13, Arkansas 9 Texas A. and M. 38, Baylor 31 Texas Tech 42, Rice 7 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE Louisiana Tech 20, Arkansas State 7 McNffse State 29, Northeast Louisiana 7 North Texas Stale IS, Texas-Arlington 6 Northwest Louisiana 43, Lamar 0 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Arizona Stale 37, Air Force 14 Brigham Young 63, Colorado Slale 17 San Diego Slate 49, Texas-El Paso 7 Utah 20, Utah Slate 0 PACIFIC EIGHT California 41, Oregon State 17 Southern California 33, Oregon 15 UCLA 27, Washinglon State 16 Washington 45, Stanford 21 BIG SKY CONFERENCE Idaho 31, Montana 20 Montana State 31, Idaho Stale 0 Nevada-Reno 28, Boise State 10 Northern Arizona 24, Fulerton State 9 Weber Slale at Nevada-Las Vegas (n) PACIFIC COAST CONFERENCE Fresno Slale 24, Pacific 10 San Jose State at Long Beach Slate (n) MAJOR INDEPENDENTS Boston College 28, Wesl Virginia 24 Bucknel 24, West Chester 13 Dayton 14, LouhviB* 10 East Carolina 35, Richmond 14 Grambeng 42, Mississippi Valey 21 Jackson Stale 38, Southern U. 0 Notre Dame 24, Army 0 Perm State 31, Syracuse 24 Pittsburgh 34, Navy 17 Rutgers 20, Lehigh 0 Texas Southern 44, Bishop 0 Tulane 16, Cincinnati 13 Vdlanova 33, Delaware 16 Davidson al Guitford (n) Southern Mississippi al Hawaii (n) Otters •AST Albany, N.Y. II, Contend Slete 15 Atortant 34, SuMueneme 7 Allegheny ». Washington t Jeffenon 7 American International 27, Ithaca 24 AmMrtt 45, tot** 7 Bowdoin 23, WMtwnt 21 BrkWewater (Mau.) 17, W Connecticut 7 Brockport SKIt U, Rochester Tedi « CtnMui 22, Buffalo I Currv 14, Framingham State 10 East Stroudtfiurg 51. Mansfield Slalt t Franklin a, Martha* 24, Dickinson 21 Grove Cltv 17, Geneva 0 Hamilton M, Cotoy 14 Hooert 17, Alfred U Kutitown SHI* 23, Cheynev Slot 14 Lvcamlng 10, Junlata 0 Maine Maritime 13, Nichols 7 MM*. Maritime 20, notion State * MMdMxjry 20, Trinity (Conn.) • MlHersvllle Slalt ». BtoomtDurg Slate 21 MuhMnberg 43, Urtlnut 14 N*w Haven 17, Plymouth Slate 14 Norwich Jl, Tuft* 17 Rochester 15, Weaner 0 SI. Lawrence 55, Plattsbureh Slale 0 Scion Ha* 14, Trenton Slale 7 SMcpentburg SI. U, Lock Heven Stale I Steeery Rock IS, CaWornie (P».) 7 S CoonecHcul W, Coast Guard M SwInofleM U, Northeastern It Slonv Brook t. Manhattan 3 Swarttunore U, Lebanon Veaav 14 Union, N.Y. 22, RPI 13 Westeyan 21, Worcester Tech 13 Westminster (Pi.) 31, Frotlbure Slete 0 Wktener 17, Johm Hopkln* a WHkes 13, Moravian 7 IWOWIST AJWon 2», Aorta • Alma 34, KeUmuoo 14 AsNend 20, Northwood (Mich.) U Augsburg 37, Hamine 0 Auguslana (IE) 41, Eknhursl, la. l» Baker If. Bethel (KM.) I BaJdwIn-Waexce B. Ortorbeta 7 BemMil Stele 3», Whom SIM 3 Bethany (Kan.) 35, SI. Mary** (Ken.) 27 Stock HH» Stole 13, Dakota Wesktvan 0 Butler 17, SI. JOMBU find.) 7 Cameron Slate II, E bUnot* M CeelM 14, Iteioefcery 13 Carnegie Melon 7, John Carroll 0 Carthage 2*. Wheelon 24 ' Centra/Stele (Okie.) 15, Lanatton 14 Chadron Stale U, Peru Stale (Neb.) 0 Dakota Stale a. S-D.-SorlngfUd 7 Dana, Neb, 14. Concorde (Neb.) 15 Defiance 30, Hanover 0 Ooano (Neb.) 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