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D2 SUNDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1996 COLLEGE FOOTBALL THE SALINA JOURNW KW whips Tabor for first win Coyotes capitalize on five Bluejay turnovers in Homecoming win By BOB DAVIDSON The Salina Journal After three weeks of playing giveaway with the football, Kansas Wesleyan decided it was time for a game of takeaway. Wesleyan capitalized on five Tabor turnovers and unleashed a potent ground game en route to a 3612 Homecoming victory Saturday afternoon at Martin Stadium. The victory was the first for new head coach Ron DuPree, who replaced Brad Jenkins in August. The Coyotes (1-3 overall, 1-2 Kansas Conference) recovered four Tabor fumbles and intercepted a pass. Offensively, the Coyotes' shredded the Bluejays for 391 yards rushing. Freshman quarterback Troy Lawson, making his first start of the season, had 134 yards rushing on 21 carries. Senior tailback Tabof Michael White had 99 yards and sophomore fullback Byron Jones 94. "I'm pleased with any type of win," DuPree said. "I thought we let up a little in the third quarter. We're getting close. We're starting to figure it out." Wesleyan had averaged five turnovers in its first three games and fumbled five times Saturday> 36 but lost only one. Wesleyan 12 Wesleyan forced seven Tabor fumbles, recovering four, and also had seven quarterback sacks. "We got manhandled in the offensive line," Tabor coach Dan Thiessen said. "We weren't able to generate anything. We weren't coming off the ball like we were supposed to. "It was Murphy's Law. If it could, it did and went the other way." Tabor (0-4, 0-3) actually led 6-3 late in the first quarter on Chris Brown's 1-yard touchdown run with 41 seconds left. The Coyotes regained the lead DAVIS TURNER/The Salina Journal Kansas State wide receiver Kevin Lockett tries to break away from Nebraska's Ben Kingston during the first quarter Saturday. KSU/ Kicking game hurts 'Cats in loss FROM PAGE D1 kicking game, K-State's defense kept the Wildcats in the game for as long as it could. It was a 6-3 game until the five- minute mark of the second quarter and K-State was just one big play away from taking the lead. But that play never came. K- State's longest play from scrimmage was 14 yards, and that was by reserve quarterback Jonathan Beasley in the fourth quarter. "They played very good defense, and we sure helped them," Snyder said. "I thought we played very well defensively in the first half, but just spent too much time on the field. "Offensively, we had zero yards at halftime, so that tells you where we were there." Nebraska took advantage of K- State's special teams problems quickly as Brown kicked field goals of 45 and 27 yards in the first quarter. K-State's lone offensive highlight came on a 51-yard field goal by freshman Jamie Rheem at the 11:36 mark of the second quarter. The three-pointer was set up by a Clyde Johnson interception. Before Rheem's kick, the Wildcats lost two yards on three plays. Nothing came easy on Saturday. Nebraska put together its first good offensive drive after Rheem's field goal, going 80 yards in 17 plays before Ahman Green's eight-yard TD at the 6:47 mark. After failing on the two-point conversion, Nebraska cashed in again when James Garcia's punt was blocked by Nebraska's Eric Warfield, Brown kicked a 28-yarder after that and added a 50-yarder at the buzzer as Nebraska led 18-3 at intermission. "I thought we'd get to the lock- with 7:05 left in the half on a 6-yard run by Jones, but Troy Katen's extra point attempt missed, making it 9-6. Jermaine Rhodes' fumble at the Tabor 32 set up Wesleyan's second touchdown, a 32-yard run by Lawson with 4:36 left. Katen's kick made it 16-6 at intermission. Wesleyan wasted little time making it a rout in the second half. An interception by Jess Parker on the first play of the second half gave Wesleyan the ball at the Blue- jays' 13. Two plays later, Lawson scored from the 7. The point after kick failed. Wesleyan made it 28-6 four minutes later on Lawson's 29-yard touchdown pass to Ray Burke. Burke caught the pass in the left flat and ran untouched into the end zone. The play came six plays after Jerry Snider recovered a Brown fumble. A two-point conversion pass failed. Another Tabor fumble on a punt return gave Wesleyan the ball at the Bluejays' 45. Two plays later, White scampered around right end and raced untouched into the end zone from 40 yards out and Jones' two-point conversion pass from Lawson made it 36-6 with 1:16 left in the quarter. Rhodes' scored a meaningless touchdown with 7:31 left to cap the scoring. "Lawson did a good job," DuPree said. "He's taking charge and getting into rhythm. "We tried to protect our quarterbacks early in the season, but our quarterback has to be a running back. We had them handing off or pitching it. This week, we employed the whole option package." DuPree also praised the defense, which gave up just 181 yards total offense. "We are blessed in the defensive line," DuPree said. "The best pass defense in a pass rush. We should have had more interceptions than we did. "Kent (defensive coordinator Keith) has taken my structure and my book and taken charge of it." Notes and quotes from Saturday's Nebraska-Kansas State game In Manhattan: • COPE'S CONDITION — Kansas State co-defensive coordinator Bob Cope missed the Nebraska game because of his current battle with cancer. K-State head coach Bill Snyder visited Cope at St. Mary Hospital Saturday morning where the long-time coach is in intensive care. "He's been unconscious since Tuesday evening," Snyder said."He squeezed my hand and opened his eyes. I hoped during the day he would wake up." Snyder said Cope's serious condition was not the reason for his team's 39-3 loss to Nebraska. "I hope we have the strength and character to withstand that," Snyder said. • NO OFFENSE — K-State managed just 86 yards of total offense, its lowest output since the Colorado game in 1992. Their quarterback (Brian Kavanagh) had no idea what we were doing," Nebraska free safety Eric Stokes said. "We had heard all week about how good their defense was, but we wanted to show everyone how good we were and we wanted to do it in their home state." The Wildcats had just two first downs in the first half and both came because of Nebraska penalties. "We had two weeks to prepare," said Kavanagh, who completed just 5 of 19 passes for 34 yards and had two intercepted. "I've never been more prepared for a game, and then to go out and do this ...."' • LOCKETTS MARK — K-State wide receiver Kevin Lockett set a school record with his five-yard catch in the first quarter. The catch marked the 37th straight game Lockett has made a reception., breaking Mitch Running's school mark. But it was not a pleasant afternoon for Lockett, who managed just two catches for 10 yards. "I thought we had a lot of weapons, put this has happened before," Lockett said. "We've had big games before where the offense went out and hid. "It's very frustrating ... a lot of things broke down today." • BOO BIRDS — Nebraska freshman DeAngelo Evans was booed every time he.carried the ball against K-State. Evans played his high school ball at Wichita Collegiate and didn't consider K-State during the recruiting process. But there wasn't much noise at the 14:09 mark of the third quarter when the 5-foot-9, 210-pounder broke a 69-yard touchdown run. He finished with 168 yards on 21 carries and two touchdowns. "I think (the booing fans) really wanted me to come here bad," Evans said. "And to see me having success for Nebraska really fired them up. "But, I think it pumped me up. It didn't hurt my feelings at all." Evans was also deep on kickoffs from former high school teammate Jamie Rheem, but never returned one. • BIG CROWD — The crowd of 43,915 on hand was the third-largest • in KSU history. Only two games with Kansas — Oct. 28,1995 (44,284) and Oct. 9, 1993 (44,165) — have been bigger. But many of them had left midway through the fourth quarter when Nebraska was well on its way to its 28th straight win over Kansas State. • SCHEDULE — Next up for the Wildcats (1-1, 4-1) is a 1 p.m. game next Saturday at Missouri. Nebraska (1-0, 3-1) plays host to Baylor next Saturday in Lincoln at 1 p.m. — By Harold Bechard erroom at 6-3 until we had the fiasco with the punting game," Snyder said. "I would have felt very comfortable with that." But there wasn't much in the second half to feel comfortable about if you were wearing purple. Nebraska had close to 300 yards of offense in the second half as Evans scored on runs of 69 and 5 yards. The former Wichita Collegiate star, booed every time toe carried the ball, finished with 168 yards on 21 carries as he took over the No. 1 spot when Green went down with a foot injury. "DeAngelo played well," Osborne said. "He showed maturity for a true freshman. We thought if he got into this situation, he'd be able to respond the way he did." The Cornhusker coach was also pleased with the way his team has bounced back from the Arizona State loss. "We were concerned about the reality of this team, whether it was the one that played Arizona State or the one we thought we had," Osborne said. "I think we showed today it was the one we thought we had." Now, it's K-State's turn to bounce back. "I can't think of a time since we've been here that a Kansas State football team hasn't bounced 1 back from a devastating loss," Snyder said. "We've had our backs agains't the wall before." K-State starts the road back next Saturday at Missouri. Fort Hays State cruises past Mesa State Tigers erupt for 26 points in second quarter in RMAC win By ARNE GREEN The Salina Journal out there and I think we took it out a little on Mesa. We had some pent-up animosity. "Mostly we wanted to get back to playing Fort Hays football, which is smash-mouth running it HAYS — Two weeks was a long time to stew over an upset loss, and the Fort Hays State Tigers were ready to make somebody pay. The unfortunate victim Saturday night was Mesa State, Colo. Fort Hays exploded for 26 second-quarter points and amassed 593 yards total offense on the way to a 46-7 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference rout of the Mavericks at Lewis Field Stadium. The homecoming victory, be- .fore an overflow crowd of 5,986, pushed the Tigers' record to 3-1 overall and 1-1 in the RMAC. It also alleviated some of the sting of surprising 24-21 loss two weeks ago to Fort Lewis College. "I think we were all waiting for this," said Tiger running back Emmett Pride, who rushed for 183 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. "We wanted to get back right at you. I STATCCOUftt Mesa State 7 Fort Hays St. 46 CORTESE think we accomplished that, and we mixed it up a little with the pass." The Tigers finished with 316 yards rushing and also threw for 277. Quarterback Joel McReynolds completed eight of 12 passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns before giving way in the fourth quarter to true freshman J.J. Selmon, who hit on two of three for 75 yards and one score. Xavier Brown had four catches for 134 yards and two touchdowns while flanker Patrick Minter caught two for 77 yards and one score. Mintner also threw a 62- yard TD pass to Brown. Mesa State, which fell to 1-4 with a 1-2 league record, had 341 yards total offense but did not get in the end zone until the fourth quarter. "It was a nice win," Fort Hays coach Bob Cortese said. "You don't like to lose when you've got two weeks (off) because that bad taste stays in your mouth. And I must have talked about the Fort Lewis loss for 14 days in a row to every newspaper. "(With the Fort Lewis loss), you don't know if we lost because we were not good or because we didn't play well. If you play good and win, now you know." Fort Hays, which saw its first scoring opportunity end with an interception in the Mesa State end zone, got the barrage going with 23 seconds left in the opening quarter on an 18-yard pass from McReynolds to Brown. The Tigers then added four touchdowns in the second period to put the game out of reach. Brown scored first on a trick play that covered 62 yards, hauling in a long pass from Mintner. Mintner, a high school quarterback at Bonner Springs, took ihe ball from McReynolds on a fake reverse and found Brown all alone behind the Mesa defense. Turnovers set up the next two Fort Hays touchdowns, a 2-yard run by Pride with 11:01 left in the half and Jamie Deters' 1-yard pass reception from McReynolds at the 9:56 mark. Pride, who rushed for 135 yards before intermission, scored the last touchdown of the half on a 16- yard run with 5:47 left, making it 32-0. After McReynolds ran 9 yards for a third quarter touchdown, Mesa State got on the board in the fourth on Tim Sanford's 2-yard run. The Mavericks were led by fullback John Drury with 91 yards on 12 carries. Senior quarterback Matt Imel, who played at Central Heights High School and Hutchinson Community College, completed six of 17 passes for 47 yards. The last Fort Hays touchdown, with 7:30 left in the game, came on a 66-yard pass from Selmon to Mintner. The Tigers go on the road Saturday to play Nebraska-Kearney. SCOREBOARD Top 25 sums NO. 1 FLORIDA 42 ARKANSAS 7 Florida 14 0 14 14-42 Artoniti 0700-7 First Quarter F—Anthony 56 pass from Wuertfel (Edmlston Wok), 4:05 F—Jackson 1 run (Edmlston kick), 14:21 Second Quarter A—Burks 1 ran (Latourette kick), 9:53 Third Quarter F—Anthony 23 pass from Wuerffel (Edmlston kick), 4:57 F—Anthony 6 pass from Wuerftel (Edmlston kick), 9:26 Fourth Quarter F—Milliard 7 pass from Wuerflsl (Ed- mlston kick), :05 F—McCaslin 16 run (Edmlston kick), NO. 3 OHIO STATE 38 NO. 4 PENN STATE 7 Penn Stale 0007—7 Ohio Stile 10 14 7 7—38 First Quarter OS—Stanley 42 pass Irom S.Jack- son (JoJackson kick), 5:48 OS-FG JoJackson 30,11:52 Second Quarter OS—Keller 24 pass from SJackson (JoJackson kick), 5:57 OS—Stanley 34 pass from Geimalne (JoJackson kick), 8:34 Third Quarter ' OS—Pearson 1 run (JoJackson kick), 12:28 Fourth Quarter OS—Calhoun 3 pass (ram Germalne (JoJackson kick), 5:17 PS—Cleary 1 run.(Conway kick), 8:57 NO. 13 ALABAMA 35 KENTUCKY 7 Kentucky 0700—7 Alabama 7 0 28 0—35 First Quarter A—S. Alexander 10 run (Cunningham kick), 1:09 Second Quarter K—Hasklns 41 run (Johnson kick), 8:28 Third Quarter A—Riddle 2 run (Cunningham kick), 5:09 A—Riddle 1 ran (Cunningham kick), 7:58 A—Riddle 29 pass Irom Kitchens (Cunningham kick), 10:23 A—Riddle 6 mn (Cunningham kick), 14:12 NO. 15 NORTH CAROLINA 45 WAKE FOREST 6 North Carolina 7 17 21 0—45 Wake Forest 0600—6 First Quarter NC-L Johnson 5 run (McGee kick), 15:00 Second Quarter WF—Kane 15 pass Irom Kuklick (kick lalled), 5:37 NC—I. Johnson 94 klckoff return (McGee kick), 5:50 NC—Barnes 32 pass from Keldorf (McGee kick), 12:00 NC—FG McGee 49,14:55 Third Quarter NC—F. Jones 3 pass from Keldorf (McGee kick), 6:25 NC—Union 7 pass from Keldorf (McGee kick), 11:51 NC—Watson 1 ran (McGee kick), 14:06 CALIFORNIA 22 NO. 17 SOUTHERN CAL 15 California • 793 3—22 Southern Cal 000 15—15 First Quarter C—Douglas 6 pass from Barnes (Longwell kick), 5:42 Second Quarter C—Gonzalez 12 pass from Barnes (kick failed), 9:17 C—FG Longwell 27,11:55 Third Quarter C—FG Longwell 39,10:21 Fourth Quarter SC—Woods 9 pass from Otton (Wired pass from Otton), :05 C—FG Longwell 22,6:47 SC—Sermons 7 pass from Otton (Abrams kick), 9:07 Big 12 summary TEXAS A&M 63 LOUISIANA TECH 13 LT A&M First downs 23 26 Rushes-yards 29-84 54-425 Passing 329 181 Comp-Att-Int 31-59-3 9-17-0 Return Yards 8 115 Punls-Avg. 6-44.3 5-42.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-0 Penalties-Yards 7-50 8-66 Time of Possession 32:55 27:05 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Louisiana Tech, Ragsdale 14-48, Tell 9-46, Austlon 3-10 Us- selgne, 1-4, Martin 2-(-24). Texas A&M, Hall 14-101, Parker 17-93, Bernard 619, Connell 1-63, Hardeman 10-58, Bragg 2-11, Stewart 2-7, McCown 2-1. PASSING—Louisiana Tech, Martin 25-52-3, 236 yards, Burks 5-6-0, 61 yards. Texas A&M, Stewart 8-13-0,159 yards, McCown 1-4-0,22 yards. RECEIVING—Louisiana Tech, Mackey 15-177, Edwards 3-28, Tell 3-8, Figaro 2-52, Wright 2-34, Powers 2-17, Jackson 2-3, Bowman 1-6, Heard 1-4. Texas A&M, Splller3-59, Bernard 2-41, Connell 1-40, Hodge 1-22, Campbell 110, Parker 1-9. SCORINQ SUMMARY Louisiana Tech 330 7—13 Texas A&M 14 28 14 7-«3 First Quarter LT—FG Kent 46,2:54 A&M—Bernard 28 ran (Bryant kick), 5:44 ASM—Harcleman 1 ran (Bryant kick), 13:41 Second Quarter ASM—Connell 63 ran (Bryant ktek), :25 A&M—Hardeman 2 run (Bryant ktek), 9:28 A&M—Bernard 34 run (Bryant kick), 9:49 ' A&M—Hardeman 16 run (Bryant ktek). 13:20 LT—FG Kenl 32,15:00 Third Quarter A&M—Connell 40 pass from Stewart (Bryant ktek), 1:36 A&M—Nguyen 36 Interception return (Bryant ktek), 2:27 Fourth Quarter A&M—Hall 31 ran (Bryant ktek), 1:15 LT—Wright 36 pass from Burks (Kent ktek), 14:18 State college KANSAS WESLEY AN 36 TABOR 12 T 11 41-82 99 7-19-1 KW 19 67-390 35 2-8-0 69-425 5-1 3-36 5-32.4 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Comp-Att-Int Total plays-yards 48-181 Fumbles-lost 7-4 Penallties-yards 2-15 Punts-Avg 6-33.5 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — TC: Brown 16-86, Rhodes 11-44, Hunter 8-(-14), Williamson 6-(-34). KWU: Lawson 21134, Jones 21-94, White 9-99, Moss 10-35, Bass 4-20, Caddell 1-9, Season H-1). PASSING - TC: Hunter 3-7-42-1, Williamson 4-12-57-0. KWU: Lawson 26-35-0; Katen 0-14-0; Kramer 0-1-04. RECEIVING — TC: Taylor 3-37, Jackson 3-35, Anderson 1-27. KWU: Burke 1-29, Bishop 1-6. PUNTING — TC: Kllewer 6-33.5. KWU: Katen 5-32.4. SCORINQ SUMMARY Tabor 6 0 0 6-12 Kansas Wesleyan 3 13 20 6-38 First Quarter KW —Katen 30 FG, 4:22 T—Brown 1 ran (ktek failed), :41 Second Quarter KW—Jones 6 run (ktek failed), 7:05 KW — Lawson 32 ran (Katen kick), 4:36 Third Quarter KW — Lawson 7 run (ktek failed), 14:17 KW — Burke 29 pass from Lawson (ran failed), 10:17 KW—White 40 ran (Jones pass from Lawson), 1:19 Fourth Quarter T—Rhodes 6 ran (pass failed), 7:31 BETHANY 51, McPHERSON 26 First downs Rushes-yards M 10 40-253 40 1-11-2 51-293 1-0 4-40 5-29.2 B 32 42-138 486 34-48-0 90-624 04 15-84 2-42.0 Com-Att-Int Total offense Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Punts-avg. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - McPHERSON: James 21-208, Myers 9-21, Taylor 6-15, Ruddle 1-3, Wilson 2-4, Hill 1-2. BETHANY: Godwin 17-128, Munoz 14-14, Hales 2(-2), Bratt 2-(-23), Patterson 4-15, Buckner1-(-6),Moran2-2. PASSING - McPHERSON: Taylor 15-0-40, James 0-6-2-0. BETHANY: Munoz 31-454-463, Bratt 3-34-23. RECEIVING - McPHERSON: James 1-40. BETHANY: Mortensen 11-169, Lugo 8-101, Buckner 6-97, Orgera 436, Casper 2-33, Burke 1-14, Taldo 110, Godwin 1-26. PUNTING - McPHERSON: Thorson 4-29.8, Bravo 1-27.0. BETHANY: Bratt 2-42.0. SCORING SUMMARY McPherson 7 3 3 13 - 26 Bethany V 10 21 14 6 - 51 First Quarter B - Godwin 5 run (Hathom kick), 11:31. B - Halhom 30 field goal, 7:26. M - Myers 2 run (Famsworth kick), 0:06. Second Quarter B - Lugo 13 pass from Munoz (Hathom kick), 12:57. M - Famsworth 32 FG, 10:33. B - Lugo 7 piss from Munoz (Hathom kick), 7:27. B - Godwin 3 ran (Hathom kick), 2:05. Third Quarter B - Godwin 30 ran (Hathom kick), 10:33. M - Famsworth 33 field goal, 5:01. B - Taldo 10 pass from Munoz (Hathom kick), 2:39. Fourth Quarter B - Mortensen 49 pass from Munoz (kick failed), 14:52. M - Taylor 8 ran (kick failed), 9:20. M - James 80 ran (Famsworth ktek), 5:56. FORT HAYS STATE 46 MESA STATE 7 M FH First downs 15 25 Rushes-yards 44-276 48-316 Passing yards 65 277 Comp-att-lnt 8-20-2 11-16-1 Total offense 64-34164-593 Fumbles-lost 2-1 Penalties-yards 3-26 Punts-avg. 8-37.3 4-35.8': INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS '".'• RUSHING: Mesa St.: Dotlson 11-3?;' Drary 12-91, Imel 6-32, Penry 7-64; Salamon 3-26, Sanford 2-17, Lang 3-1 13. Fort Hays St.: Pride 21-183, Rusher! 5-33, McReynolds 7-27, Bannister 6-' 14, Mitchell 1-13, Selmon H-1). Pfan-f nensflel 3-26, Brand! 3-18, Brown 1-3. " PASSING: Mesa St.: Imel 6-17-2 47, f Penry 2-3-0 18. Fort Hays St.:| McReynolds 8-12-1 140, Mlntner 1-1-01 62, Selmon 2-3-0 75. RECEIVING: Mesa St.: Oday 3-18,1 Giles 1-8, Askew 1-16, Derrybeny 3-23.1 Fort Hays St.: Mlntner 2-77, Brown 4-1 134, McGawan 2-37, Deters 1-1, Pride f 1-19, Shaw 1-9. PUNTING: Mesa St.: Ratllff 8-37.3. Fort Hays St.: Leonard 4-35.8. - SCORINQ SUMMARY* MesaState 0 0 0 7--7 : Fort Hays State 6 26 7 7-48 First Quarter FH-Brown 18 pass from McReyhoMs i (kick failed), 0:23. Second Quarter FH-Brown 62 pass from Mintner | (pass failed), 13:38. FH-Prlde 2 run (ktek failed), 11:01. FH-Deters 1 pass from McReynolds i (Browning ktek), 9:56. FH-Prlde 16 ran (Browning 'ktek), 5:47. Third Quarter FH-McReynolds 5 ran (Browning ; ktek), 7:45. Fourth Quarter M-Sanford 2 ran (Foster ktek), 8:26. FH-Mintner 66 pass from Selmon (Browning ktek), 7:30. FRIENDS 30, OTTAWA 12 Friends 20 0 0 10 - 30 Ottawa 0 3 9 0-12 F - Patterson 8 pass from Alvarez (Cooper ktek) F-Hadley 6 ran (Cooper ktek) F - Fox 27 pass from Alvarez (ktek fail) 0-Rogers 42 field goal 0 - Rogers 44 field goal 0 - Hess 1 run (ktek fall) F - Hadley 20 ran (Cooper kick) -,. F - Cooper 35 field goal College scores EAST Army 39, Yale 13 Buffalo 41, Cornell 24 Canlslus 42, lona 0 Colgate 44, Brown 27 Columbia 42, Holy Cross 16 Dartmouth 20, Fordham 7 ',. Delaware 50, Boston U. 16 Duquesne 28, Siena 20 Georgetown, D.C. 31, Marist 14 . Lafayette 17, Harvard 7 Lehlgh 20, Princeton 14 Navy 84, Duke 27 Northeastern 27, Richmond 10 Penn 30, Bucknell 21 Pittsburgh 53, Temple 52 Rhode Island 41, Massachusetts -21 Robert Morris 40, Gannon 7 ' SL Peter's 17, Falrfleld 13 Syracuse 42, Rutgers 0 ",. Villanova 38, Connecticut 27 Wagner 24, St. Francis, Pa. 6 • West Virginia 34, Boston College' 17 SOUTH Ala-Birmingham 24, W. Kentucky 0 Alabama 35, Kentucky 7 AlcomSU9,Ark.-PineBluK2 Auburn 28, South Carolina 24 . Davidson 13, Guilford 10 E. Kentucky 45, SE Missouri 0 Florida SI. 34, Clemson 3 Georgia 38, Mississippi St. 19' Georgia Southern 20, VM117 . Georgia Tech 13, Virginia 7 Houston 31, SW Louisiana 24 Jackson St. 31, Texas Southern 14 James Madison 31, Maine 7 "' LSU35.VanderbiltO Marshall 43, Tn.-Chattanooga 0 McNeese St. 49, Ark.-Montlcellb 3 Memphis 18, Cincinnati 16 Middle Tenn. 30, Jacksonville St. 23 Murray St. 51, Austin Peay 7 N. Carolina St. 34, Maryland 8. NE Louisiana 13, NW Louisiana 10 NlchollsSt. 10, SamlordS North Carolina 45, Wake Forest 6 S. Carolina SL 27, Morgan St. 20 Southern U. 24, Miss. Valley St. 0 Tennessee St. 43, Lane 26 ' Tennessee Tech 21, Tonn.-Martin 14, 20T Tulane 35, Texas Christian 7 '" William & Mary 31, New Hampshire 7 MIDWEST Ball SL 28, W.Michigan 5 . Dayton 42, Evansvllle 0 Drake 51, Butler 7 Illinois 46, Indiana 43,20T Indiana St. 10.W. Illinois 7 Iowa 37, Michigan St. 30 Kenl 32, Akron 17 Miami, Ohio 46, Cent. Michigan 14 Nebraska 39, Kansas St. 3 North Texas 24, N. Illinois 21 Northwestern 17, Michigan 16 Ohio St 38, Penn St. 7 Ohio U. 7, E. Michigan 0 Purdue 30, Minnesota 27 SW Missouri St. 24, S. Illinois 17-' Toledo 24, Bowling Green 16 SOUTHWEST Arkansas SI. 17, Cent. Arkansas 7 Florida 42, Arkansas 7 Kansas 52, Oklahoma 24 Langston 37, Prairie View 20 Missouri 27, Southern Melh. 26 Rice 38, New Mexico 21 Texas 71, Oklahoma St. 14 Texas A&M 63, Louisiana Tech 13 Texas Tech 45, Baylor 24 FAR WEST 'California 22, Southern Cal 15 E. Washington 20, Montana St. 13 Idaho 38, Cal Poly-SLO 33 Montana 44, S. Utah 13 N. Arizona 59, Weber St. 45 Nevada 54, UNLV17 ..' SI, Mary's, Cal. 52, San DMgo 3 Washington 27, Stanford 6 Wyoming 45, San Jose ffl. 22 Nebraska 39, Kansas State 3 GAME IN STATS NU KSU First downs 24 8 Rushes-yards 68-341 24-25 Passing yards 91 61 Com-Att-Int 9-17-1 8-28-3 Total offense 85-432 52-86 Fumbles-lost 2-0 1-0 Punts-average 4-45.0 9-34.0 Penalties-yards 5-44 5-48 Possession time 37:45 22:15 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - NU: Evans 21-168, Green 14-66, Frost 11-35, Schuster 4-24, Makovlcka 4-17, Turman 2-11, Cobb 2-7, Sims 7-7, Kingston 3-6. KSU: Beasley 5-40, Anderson 2-16, Charles 7-15, Lawrence 4-6, Dean 1-(-11), Romano 1-(-11), Kavanagh 4-(-30). PASSING - NEBRASKA: Frost 8-16-1-79, Turman 1-1-0-12. KANSAS STATE: Kavanaugh 5-192-34. Beasley 3-9-1-27. RECEIVING - NEBRASKA: Jackson 1-21, Green 2-17, Holbein 2-15, Vedral 1-13, Lake 1-12, S.Jack- son 1-8, Evans 1-5. KANSAS STATE: Dean 2-25, Lawrence 2-11, Lockett 2-10, Anderson 1 -9, Grosdi- dler1-6. . PUNTING - NEBRASKA: Kosch 4-45.0. KANSAS STATE: Garcia 5-40.6, Romano 3-33.3, Team 13.0. FIELD GOALS - NEBRASKA: Brown 4-5 (made: 45, 27, 28, 50; missed: 33). KANSAS STATE: Rheem 1-1 (51). LEADING TACKLERS - NEBRASKA: Williams 5, Hesse 3, Peter 3, Farley 3, Kelsay 3, Warfleld 3. KANSAS STATE: Smith 14, Johnson 12, Fogle 11 Ochs 9, Howard 7. TACKLES FOB LOSSES - NEBRASKA:Fartey 1 11, Wistrom 1-11, Rucker 1-2, Peter 1-2, Kelsay 11. KANSAS STATE: Clements 1-4, Canty 1-3, Evans 1 -2, Ochs 1 -2, Mclntosh 1 -1. QUARTERBACK SACKS - NEBRASKA: Hesse 1-7, Wllte 1-6, Farley 1-4. KANSAS STATE: Wlren 1-5. FUMBLE RECOVERIES - NEBRASKA: None. KANSAS STATE: None. INTERCEPTIONS - NEBRASKA: Booker 1, Brown 1, Warfleld 1. KANSAS STATE: Canty 1, Johnson 1. . f SCORINQ SUMMARY Nebraska 6 12 7 14-39 Kansas State 0 3 0 0 T 3 First Quarter ., NU - Brown 46 field goal, 11:06. NU - Brown 27 field goal, 3:00. Second Quarter KSU - Rheem 61 field goal, 11:36. NU - Green 8 run (pass failed), 4:49. NU - Brown 28 field goal, 2:48. ' *" NU - Brown $0 field goal, 0:00. ' Third Quarter NU - Evans 69 run (Brown kick), 14:03. NU - Jackson 21 pass from Frost (Bf9,wn kick). *W. ',•',;'' '.; i.{ , FourtCQuarter NU - EvansrS run (Brown kick), 12:34.' i Attendance-43,915. '•Kansas 52, Oklahoma 24 GAME IN STATS K O First downs 23 24 Rushes-yards 49-179 35-202 Passing 189 336 Comp-Att-Int 19-27-0 20-39-2 Return Yards 97 32 Punts-Avg. 3-40.0 5-41.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-1 Penalties-Yards 10-102 16-138 Time of Possession 37:19 22:41 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Kansas, Sanders 2-65, Henley 27-63, Galbreath 8-29, Vann 5-19, Bruce 2-4, Johner 5-(1). Oklahoma, Parker 19-146, Allen 9-39, Moore 312, Fuente z-2, Chandler 1-2, Rose 1-1. PASSING—Kansas, Johner 17-24-0-172, Rutz 23-0-17. Oklahoma, Fuente 19-35-1-286, Moore 1-41-60. RECEIVING—Kansas, Henley 6-65, Gordon 6-53. Byrd 4-47. Chandler 1-9, Gray 1-8, Vann 1-6, Moore 1-6, Friday 1-6. Oklahoma, McDanlel 6-1J26, Parker 3-55, Freeman 3-30, Blocker 2-30, Williams 2-18, Brown 1-50, Daniels 1-9, Allen 1-8, Anderson 1-7, Rose 1-4. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas 14 10 14 14—«2 Oklahoma 737 7—24 First Quarter O—Blocker 18 pass from Fuente (Alexander kick), 8:08 K—Vann 100 klckoff return (McCord kick), 8(24 K—Friday 6 pass from Johner (McCord kjg<), Second Quarter K—FG McCord 3,1,7:46 K—Brown 64 blcwked field goal return (MoCwd kick), 10:16 • • 0—FG Alexander 26,14:34 Third Quarter " K—Henley 8 run (McCord kick). 10:11 K—Byrd 94 punt return (McCord kick), 11:62 0—Parker48 run (Alexander ktek), 18:68 Fourth Quarter K—Henley 2 run (McCord ktek), 2:43 O—Freeman 7 pass from Puerile (Alexander kick), 6:34 . K—Qray 8 pass from RuU (McCord kick), 10^5 A-64,333. •£

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