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D2 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1996 COLLEGE FOOTBALL THE SALINA JOURNAL Wesleyan stymies Sterling Strong defense keys Coyotes' second win of season under DuPree By BOB DAVIDSON Tlie Salina Journal 8TATECOUEGE Fort Hays St. 14 Kearney 42 STERLING — On a day when the Kansas Wesleyan offense had trouble getting started, the Coyotes' defense was in fifth gear from the start. Wesleyan held Sterling to 164 yards total offense and sacked Warrior quarterback Jesse Vincent five times en route to a 25-8 Kansas Conference victory Saturday afternoon at Smisor Stadium. The victory raises Wesleyan's record to 2-3 overall, 2-2 in the KCAC. "We've got a very good small college defensive team," Wesleyan coach Ron DuPree said. "(Defensive coordinator Kent) Keith's defense is jumping up there. If we could intercept passes, we'd be set. We should have had three or four." Vincent, a freshman from Abi- Kearney takes out Fort Hays Kearney jumps ahead early, rolls up 520 yards in RMAC win By The Journal Staff KEARNEY, Neb. — Nebraska- Kearney scored the game's first 21 points and shredded Fort Hays State's defense for 520 yards en route to a 42-14 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference victory Saturday afternoon before a crowd of 5,115 at Foster Field. The loss drops Fort Hays, the RMAC's preseason favorite, to 3-2 overall, 1-2 in the conference. Nebraska-Kearney is 3-3 overall, 3-1 in the RMAC. Junior tailback Shawn Smith rushed for 144 yards and one touchdown and quarterback Chad Rutar threw for 176 yards and three touchdowns for Nebraska- Kearney. Rutar hit Chad Thompson with a 62-yard scoring pass and Shane Hatcher with a 1- yard touchdown strike, giving the Antelopes a quick 14-0 lead with 6:13 left in the first quarter. Nebraska- Kearney made it 21-0 on Smith's 25-yard run with 13:11 left in the first half. Fort Hays scored less than a minute later on Emmett Pride's 82-yard run, cutting the deficit to 21-7. Pride, the RMAC's leading rusher, finished with 133 yards on 16 carries. Nebraska-Kearney quickly answered the Tigers' touchdown — 13 seconds, to be precise. Mike Smith took the.ensuing kickoff and scampered 87 yards for a touchdown, making it 28-7 at the 12:00 mark. It was Smith's second kickoff return for a touchdown in two games. He returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown last Saturday in Nebraska-Kearney's victory over Fort Lewis. Fort Hays scored its final points of the game at the 5:00 mark of the second quarter on Joel McReynolds' 7-yard touchdown pass to Xavier Brown. Rutar hit Matt Albers with a 15- yard touchdown pass with seven seconds left in the third quarter, making it 35-7. Reserve quarterback Joel Staehr scored the Antelopes' final touchdown on a 12-yard run with 10:33 left in the game. Rutar was 13 of 19 passing with two interceptions. He became the school's all-time passing leader in the game, surpassing Russ Harvey's record of 3,719 yards. The victory also gave coach Claire Boroff his 150th career victory. McReynolds was 16 of 31 for 265 yards and two interceptions. Brown caught eight passes for 207 yards. Fort Hays had 413 yards offense against the Antelopes, who entered the game ranked eighth in the RMAC in total defense. Fort Hays forced five turnovers — three interceptions and two fumbles — but couldn't stop the Antelopes' offense in between. Fort Hays travels to Gunnison, Colo., Saturday for a 2 p.m., conference game against Western State. The Tigers then will be home the next two weeks against New Mexico Highlands (Oct. 26) and Chadron State (Nov.2). CORTESE lene, was hounded and pounded all day. He completed his first three passes, then connected on only four of his next 25. He missed on 10 consecutive passes in one stretch. "Their defensive line did a great job and their linebackers flowed when we went outside," Sterling coach Bill Bauer said. "They adjusted when we went up the mid*»M* Milt** dle - Thev stopped fMTE CO1EGE us w h en they had Wesleyan 25 to." lierti^j8~ Wesleyan's sputtering offense came alive in the fourth quarter behind fullback Byron Jones. Jones, who finished with 131 yards rushing — 119 in the second half — was the main man as Wesleyan put the game out of reach with two touchdowns in the final period. Jones had 55 yards on three carries as Wesleyan drove 80 yards on 11 plays late in the third quarter and early in the fourth. Quarterback Troy Lawson scored from the 6 to make it 19-8 with 14:12 left in the game. A two- point conversion pass failed. Jones iced the victory with a 61- yard touchdown run up the middle with 4:04 left. The run came four plays after Trevis Ickler intercepted a Vincent pass at Wesleyan's 18- yard line. Jones scored the Coyotes' first touchdown on a 3-yard run with 5:57 left in the first quarter, erasing a 3-0 Sterling lead. Sterling (1-4, 1-3) got two points on the extra point attempt when the Warriors blocked Troy Katen's extra-point kick. Michael Chapa scooped up the loose ball at the 7 yard line and raced 93 yards into the end zone, making it 6-5. Wesleyan took a 13-6 lead with 6:13 left in the half on Lawson's 3- yard run. Katen kicked the extra point. Lawson fumbled on his first two carries of the game, but rebounded and finished with 67 yards rushing on 19 carries. "Troy didn't make quick decisions early," DuPree said. "He didn't do bad considering he missed practice Tuesday and Friday because of the flu. He was sick as a dog." Sterling managed just eight yards in the first half against the Coyotes' swarming defense. The Warriors finished with 83 yards on the day. "If there's a better linebacker in the KCAC than Javi (Javier Avetrani), I don't know who it is," DuPree said. "He's the leader on defense. "(Defensive tackle Neil) MacGinnis is a handful. He's very disciplined. (Defensive end Dennis) Gent is a tremendous player and so is (defensive tackle Jerry) Snider." "They've got those 400 pounders in their offensive line and they wore us down," Bauer said. "We had too many series where it was three plays and punt. It's tough for the defense to be on the field that much." Wesleyan travels to Colorado Springs Saturday for a nonconfer- ence game against Colorado College. Up and over The Associated Press Kansas State running back Marlon Charles (21) leaps over Missouri's Barry Odom as his teammate, Justin Wyatt, comes from behind to make the tackle during the first quarter In Columbia, Mo., Saturday. K-State rebounded from last week's loss to Nebraska with a 35-10 win. KU / Tech rallies past Jayhawks FROM PAGE D1 that poorly, it comes down to blocking," Mason said. "There will be changes in the running game. They might not work, but there will be changes." And then there were the two trips inside the Texas Tech 5-yard line, which produced all of three points. The second drive reached the Tech 3 in the third quarter and could have given the Jayhawks a 10-point lead. But KU got nothing when a 20-yard field goal attempt was bungled. "You've heard me say that third down is the most important down in football, and that goal-line situations are just as important," Mason said. "Well, we were absolutely as bad today as we've ever, ever been." The loss overshadowed a creditable performance by a Kansas defense that had been burned in back- to-back games by Utah and Oklahoma. The nation's No. 2 rusher, Byron Hanspard, did rush for 190 yards, but took 37 carries to do it. In the end, two crucial turnovers did in the Jayhawks. And both came on poor throws by KU quarterback Matt Johner, who was on his way to a big, big day throwing the ball until he started firing to the wrong colored jerseys. After 125 passing attempts without an interception this season, Johner had two back-breaking ones in 50 seconds. And they turned a 1714 Kansas lead into an 11-point deficit with 6:06 left in the fourth quarter. Texas Tech, now 4-2 overall and 3- Notes from Saturday's Texas Tech- Kansas game in Lawrence: • STREAKS END - Several streaks ended with KU's 30-17 loss to the visiting Red Raiders. The Jayhawks ended their streak of scoring in 26 straight quarters when Matt Johner fumbled a snap on a short field goal attempt late in the third quarter. Kansas had also gone 15 quarters without a turnover before a Johner interception in the fourth quarter. And KU's defensive back Maurice Gaddie's streak of 17 straight starts ended Saturday because of a shoulder injury. • CENTURY MARK - Texas Tech's Byron Hanspard won the battle of nationally ranked running backs. Hanspard rushed for 190 yards on* 37 carries compared to 43 on 22 car- ries for KU's June Henley. It marked the 12th straight game Hanspard has gained more than 100 yards. • TACKLE TIME - Kansas linebacker Ronnie Ward was credited with 19 tackles against Texas Tech, which is a career-high for the 6-0, 225-pound senior. Ward's previous high was 17 tackles against Texas Christian in 1994. Kansas defenders Michael Allen (11) and Brett McGraw (10) also had career-highs in tackles as well. • COLORADO NEXT - Things don't get any easier for the Jay- hawks, who play host to Colorado next Saturday. The game is set for 11:30.a.m. on Salina cable 5 and 7. — By Harold Bechard 1 in the Big 12's South Division, got on the "board first when it rolled 55 yards in seven plays. Quarterback Zebbie Lethridge capped things off with a 14-yard pass to Hanspard. Kansas came right back with an 80-yard drive, capped by a 20-yard pass from Johner to tight end Hosea Friday with 3:44 remaining in the first quarter. The Jayhawks had the 15 mph wind to their backs in the second quarter and tacked on two more scores. The first was a 19-yard field goal by Jeff McCord after an interception by Jamie Harris set the Jay- hawks up at the Tech 14. Kansas couldn't get into the end zone after attempting two passes — one a flea- flicker — from the Tech 2. Isaac Byrd, who finished with seven catches for 129 yards, gave KU a 17-7 lead by swiping the ball from Tech's Jody Brown to turn an interception into a 23-yard TD pass with 2:29 left in the second quarter. But it all came apart for KU in the second half with a 6-yard run by Sammy Morris and two short runs by Lethridge. The Red Raiders capped the game with a safety with three minutes left. "We stunk up the joint offensively," Mason said. "It's as simple as that." SCOREBOARD Top 25 NO. 1 FLORIDA 56, LOUISIANA STATE 13 SCORING SUMMARY Louisiana Slate 0 6 0 7—13 Florida 14 28 0 14—56 Pint Quarter F—Anlhony 13 pass from Wuerlfel (Edmlslon kick), 2:02. F—Wuerffel 1 run (Edmlslon kick), 10:31. Second Quarter LS—Foster 8 pass tram Tyler (kick blocked), 1:26. F—Jackson 2 run (Edmlston kick), 3:20. F—Green 7 run (Edmlston kick), 7:34. F—Milliard 25 pass from Wuertfel (Ed- mislon kick), 8:33. F—Williams 45 run (Edmlston kick), 11:33. Fourth Quarter F—Ward 8 pass from Wuerlfel (Ed- mlslon kick), :24. LS—Mealey 2 run (Richie kick), 4:02. F—McCaslln 5 run (Edmlston kick), 8:47. NO. 2 OHIO STATE 17 WISCONSIN 14 Wisconsin 0 7 0 7—14 Ohio State 0 3 7 7—17 Second Quarter OS—FQ JoJackson 39,9:38 W-Martln 1 run (Hall kick), 14:16 Third Quarter OS—Pearson 1 run (JoJackson kick), 6:37 Fourth Quarter W-Huntley 36 fumble return (Hall kick), 1:51 OS—Stanley 48 pass from Germalne (JoJackson kick), 6:09 7-34 0-16 NO. 3 FLORIDA STATE 34, NO. 6 MIAMI, FLA. 16 Florida Slate 17 3 7 Miami, Ra. 0 16 0 First Quarter FS-FQBentley48,4:42 FS—S.Smlth 64 fumble return (Bentley kick), 7:23 FS—Dunn 80 run (Bentley kick), 10:48 Second Quarter M—Green 31 pass from Clement (kick failed), 0:44 FS—FQ Bentley 32,5:51 M—Qreen 5 pass from Clement (Crosland kick), 12:31 M—FGCrosland 26,13:31 Third Quarter FS—Preston 4 run (Benlley kick), 3:40 Fourth Quarter FS—Busby 1 run (Bentley kick), 13:37 Big 12 OKLAHOMA 30, TEXAS 27 (ot) T 0 First downs Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles.Losl Penalties-Yards Time of Possession 17 33-117 227 21-37-0 0 8-40.3 2-1 4-35 27:20 23 51-276 165 15-34-0 17 9-31.6 0-0 7-67 32:40 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Texas, Williams 21-99, Mitchell 6-11, Holmes 3-9, Brown 3-(-2). Oklahoma, Allen 23-159, Parker 24107, Chandler 3-7, Fuente 1-3. PASSING—Texas, Brown 21-37-0227. Oklahoma, Fuente 15-34-0-165. RECEIVING—Texas, Williams 4-59, Adams 4-50, Holmes 4-44, Fitzgerald 319, Scarborough 2-31, Davis 2-15, Jackson 2-9. Oklahoma, Allen 5-51, Parker 2-31, Alexander 2-21, G. Williams 2-18, McDanile 1-17, Freeman 1-10, Blocker 1-9, J.Jackson, 1-8. SCORING SUMMARY Texas 10 7 0 7 3—27 Oklahoma 0 13 0 11 6-30 First Quarter T—FG Dawson 47,4:14 T—Armstrong recovered blocked punt In end zone (Dawson kick), 13:00 Second Quarter 0—FG Alexander 31,2:37 0—J. Jackson 8 pass from Fuenle (Alexander kick), 6:50 0-FG Alexander 35,13:16 T—Adams 6 pass from Brown (Dawson kick), 14:37 Fourth Quarter T—Williams 7 run (Stockton kick), 8:45 0-^Iackson 51 punt return (Alexander pass from Fuente), 8:16 O-FG Alexander 44,12:34 Overtime T—FG Dawson 43 0—Allen 2 run NEBRASKA 49, BAYLOR 0 B N 11 34 34-32 65-491 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punls-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession 65 10-204 14 9-48.4 3-0 8-55 30:30 178 8-17-0 71 1-00.0 1-0 5-68 29:30 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Baylor, Ford 11-57, Ru bin 5-16, Burklns 3-11, Washington 3-7 Muhammad 1-(-1), Douglas 1-(-12), At (red 10-1-46). Nebraska, Banning 22 135, Evans 12-105, Frost 12-90, Tur man 2-44, Sims 6-37, Schuster 6-28 Perino 1-28, Either 1-13, Cobb 3-11. PASSING—Baylor, Alford 10-20-0 85. Nebraska, Frost 8-15-0-178, Tur man 0-2-0-0. RECEIVING-Baylor, Ford 3-22 Muhammad 2-19, Domel 2-6, Anderson 1-31, Cagnolattl 1-5, Washington 1-2 Nebraska, Cheatam 2-19, Schuster 1 48, Vedral 1-41, Jackson 1-31, Brown 1 22, Holbein 1-11, Evans 1-6. SCORING SUMMARY Baylor 0 0 0 0— I Nebraska 7 21 14 7—41 First Quarter N—Banning 1 run (Brown kick), 11:1! Second Quarter N—Evans 6 run (Brown kick), 2:36 N_Evans 11 run (Brown kick), 5:55 N—Bennlng 18 run (Brown kick), 1:09 Third Quarter N—Bennlng 5 run (Brown kick), 3:39 N—Frost 13 run (Brown kick), 11:59 Fourth Quarter N—Turman 45 run (Retzlaff kick), 3:12 TEXAS A&M 24, IOWA STATE 21 A&M IS 13 17 39-194 50-149 129 191 9-19-1 13-24-0 115 0 7-49.7 8 47.5 2-1 3-1 4-20 6-38 26:30 33:30 Irst downs Rushes-yards 'asslng Somp-AtHnt letum Yards 'unls-Avg. : umbles-Lost 'enallles-Yards Time of Possession INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—A&M, Hardeman 9-107, 17-62, Bernard 8-40, Broyles 2-4, Stewart 3-(-19); Iowa St., T. Davis 39-130, Doxzon 11-19. PASSING-ASM, Stewart 9-19-1 129; Iowa St., Doxzon 13-24-0 191. RECEIVING-ASM, Connell 4-91, Hawkins 2-23, Splller 2-15, Williams 10; Iowa St., Walley 4-60, Williams 2-29, Parnientler 2-26, T. Davis 2-23, D. Davis 1-27, Green 1-20, Dlbiase 1-4. SCORING SUMMARY Texas A&M 17 0 0 7—24 Iowa State 077 7—21 Flrat Quarter ASM—Hardeman 1 run (Bryant kick), 4:54 ASM—Hardeman 69 punt return (Bryant kick), 6:58 A&M—FG Bryant 42,13:27 Second Quarter IS—Doxzon 1 run (Kohl kick), 6:39 Third Quarter IS—T. Davis 2 run (Kohl kick), 1:25 Fourth Quarter A&M—Connell 70 pass from Stewart (Bryant kick), 7:08 IS—D. Davis 27 pass from Doxzon (Kohl kick), 10:00 A--M.950. State college NEBRASKA-KEARNEY 42, FORT HAYS STATE 14 FH NK First downs 14 27 Rushes-yards 33-148 53-288 Passing yards 265 232 Comp-Att-Int 16-31-2 15-22-3 Total plays-yards 64-413 75-520 Fumbles-losl 0-0 3-2 Penalties-yards 9-85 4-34 Punts-Avg 8-38.8 2-40 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: FH: Pride 16-133, McReynolds 11-9, Rusher 2-6, Bannister 3-4, Mitchell 1-(-4). NK: Smith 17144, Orduna 18-62, Stlthem 6-24, Vasquez 2-16, Hatcher 3-15, Smith 112, Staehr 1-2, Siepmann 1-5, Rutar 23, Maple 2-(-5). PASSING: FH: McReynolds 16-31-2, 265 yards. NK: Rutar 13-19-2, 176 yards; Staehr 1-2-1,25 yards; Smith 11-0,31 yards. RECEIVING: FH: Brown 8-207, Mintner 4-58, Pride 3-1, Bannister 1-(-1). NK: Smith 4-34, Hatcher 3-14, Thompson 2-93, Glbbs 2-39, Cope 2-12, Stithem 1-25, Albers 1-15. SCORING SUMMARY Fort Hays State 0 14 0 0-14 Nebraska-Kearney 14 14 7 7-42 Flrat Quarter NK - Thompson 62 pass from Rutar (Olbrtch kick), 13:32 NK - Hatcher 1 pass from Rutar (Olbrich kick), 6:13 Second Quarter NK - Smith 25 run (Olbrich kick), 13:11 FH - Pride 82 run (Browning kick), 12:13 NK - Smith 87 klckofl return (Olbrich kick), 12:00 FH - Brown 7 pass from McReynolds (Browning kick), 5:00 Third Quarter NK - Albers 15 pass from Rutar (Olbrich kick), 0:07 Fourth Quarter NK - Staehr 12 run (Olbrich kick), 10:33 KANSAS WESLEYAN 25, STERLING 6 KW ST First downs ,15 11 RUshes-yards 53-276 43-83 Passing yards 30 81 Comp-An-Int 4-9-1 7-28-1 Total plays-yards 62-306 71-164 Fumbles-lost 5-3 3-1 Penalties-yards 5-52 6-56 Punts-Avg 5-34.6 8-27.5 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: KW: Jones 12-131, Lawson 19-67, White 7-13, Moss 5-21, Rhodes-1-13, Bass 7-20, McAllster 2-9. ST: Johnson 9-21, Albln 12-7, Huffman 1-5, Williams 8-0, Vincent 11-1-19), Howell 2-9. PASSING: KW: Uwson 4-9-1, 30 yards. ST: Vincent 7-28-1,81 yards. RECEIVING: KW: Head 2-18, Bishop 1-6, Wilson 1-6. ST: Doran 4-46, Mangum 2-20, Henry 1-13. PUNTING: KW: Katen, 5-183. ST: Vincent 2-25, Mangum 5-195, Team 1-0," SCORING SUMMARY Kansas Wesleyan 8 7 0 12 - 25 Starting 5030- Flrat Quarter ST -Polk 32 Held goal, 11:12 KW -Jones 3 run (kick blocked), 5:57 ST - Chapa 93 blocked PAT return 5:57 Second Quarter KW - Uwson 3 run (Katen kick), 6:13 Third Quarter ST-Polk3,1 field goal, 11:57 Fourth Quarter KW - Uwson 6 run (pass fail), 14:12 Jones 61 run (pass fall), 4:04 FRIENDS S3, McPHERSON 6 McPherson 0600- Frtends 32 0 7 14 - 53 FR - Alvarez 8 run (Cooper kick) FR - Safety FR - Patterson 37 pass from Alvarez Cooper kick) FR - Schroeder 32 pass from Alvarez Cooper kick) FR - Safety FR - Fox 31 pass from Alvarez (Coop- ir kick) MP - James 8 run (kick fall) FR - Alvarez 3 run (Cooper kick) FR - Sneed 21 pass from Parker (Wck all) FR - Parker 1 run (Stubbs pass from Kelly) WASHBURN 23 CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE 7 Central Missouri 0700-7 Washbum 3 7 0 13 - 23 W-Fuemmeler 44 field goal W - Casey 34 pass from Schartz Fuemmeler kick) CM - Porter fumble recovery In end zone (Meyer kick) W-Schartz 2 run (kickfall) W - Casey 14 run (Fuemmeler kick) EMPORIA STATE 52 MISSOURI-ROLLA 20 Mlssouri-Rolla 7 0 0 13 - 20 EmporlaStale 1021 21 0-52 E- Stewart 35 flekt goal MR - Zung 2 run (Privet! kick) E - Williams 35 pass from Jelovlc [Stewart kick) E-Vllo! run (Stewart kick) E - Maton 5 pass from Jelovlc (Stewart kick) E - Maton 11 pass from Jelovlc (Slewart kick) E - Maton 71 pass from Jelovic (Stewart kick) . • E - Shay 20 run (Stewart kick) ."; E - Pobollsh 49 punt return (Stewaft kick) MR - Tlllman 69 run (Privet! kick).'. MR - Mclnemey 11 pass from Bruec'k- ner (kick fall) SOUTHWESTERN 29 OTTAWA 7 Ottawa 7000-7 Southwestern 7 3 6 13 - 29 SW - Duncan 41 run (Schell kick) ; OT-Hoover 32 run (Rogers kick) SW-Schell 22 field goal SW - Eldson 15 pass from Wallls (pass fail) SW - Robertson 28 pass from Wallls (run fail) SW - Eldson 21 pass from Wallls (Schell kick) "» College scores ~ EAST > Army 42, Rutgers 21 Brown 27, Princeton 23 Colgate 35, TowsonSt. 10 Columbia 20, Pennl 9, OT Cornell 20, Harvard 13 Dartmouth 35, Holy Cross 7 Duquesne 52, St. Francis, Pa. 14 Georgetown, D.C. 20, lona 0 Ulayette at Fordham, ppd. Maine 17, Connecticut 16 Marts! 34, FairtlekfS Massachusetts 43, Boston U. 12 Monmouth, N.J. 23, Wagner 10 New Hampshire 42, Lehlgh 27 Penn St. 31, Purdue 14 Stony Brook 52, C. Connecticut St. 7 Syracuse 55, Pittsburgh 7 ~, Vlllanova 42, Northeastern 31 Yale 23, Bucknell 21 Youngstown St 17, Buffalo 6 SOUTH Alabama 24, N. Carolina St. 19 Auburn 49, Mississippi St. 15 Cent. Florida 38, Samford 6 Clemson 13, Duke 6 Davidson 23, Washington & Ue 12 Delaware 14, Richmond 7 E.Tennessee St.41,Citadel20 Florida 56, LSU13 Florida A&M 24, N. Carolina A&T 23 Florida St 34, Miami 16 Furman 20, Appalachian St. 14 Georgia Southern 38, W. Carolina 28 Hampton U. 37, Delaware SI. 7 Hofstra29, Liberty 20 Howard U. 81, Bethune-Cookman 21 Jacksonville St. 34, W. Kentucky 20 James Madison 26, William & Mary 21 Marshall 45, VMI20 Middle Tenn. 50, Austin Peay 14 Miss. Valley St. 19, Grambllng St. 10 MurraySt.28,Tenn.-Martin14 ' * Newbeny 35, Charleston Southern 6 SW Louisiana 42, Arkansas St. 31 South Carolina 25, Kentucky 14 Tennessee Tech 30, SE Missouri 20 Virginia Tech 38, Temple 0 Wofford41,MoreheadSt. 14 MIDWEST Ball St. 30, Ohio U. 27, OT Boston College 24, Cincinnati 17 Bowling Green 31, Kent 24 . Cent. Michigan 42, Akron 0 Dayton 31, Robert Morris 21 Drake 55, Evansvllle 34 Indiana St. 24, S. Illinois 13 Iowa 31, Indiana 10 Kansas St. 35, Missouri 10 Miami, Ohio 35, E. Michigan 25 Michigan St. 42, Illinois 14 N. Iowa 47, Illinois St. 10 Nebraska 49, Baylor 0 Northwestern 26, Minnesota 24 Notre Dame 54, Washington 20 Ohio St. 17, Wisconsin 14 Texas A&M 24, Iowa St. 21 Texas Tech 30, Kansas 17 Valparaiso 50, Butler 29 W. Illinois 10, E.Illinois? SOUTHWEST Atom SI. 24, Prairie View 0 Oklahoma 30, Texas 27, OT Tulsa 20, Colorado SI. 14 Vanderbllt 19, North Texas 7 FAR WEST Arizona St. 42, UCLA 34 Brigham Young 63, UNLV 28 CS Northridge 35, Weber St. 28 Cal Poly-SLO 34, St. Mary's, Cal. 33 Montana 43, Idaho St. 19 N.Arizona 49, Montana St. 18 Navy 20, Air Force 17 Nevada 66, Boise St. 28 S. Utah 41, SW Texas SI 27 Southern Cal 14, Arizona 7 Washington St. 24, Oregon St. 3 Wyoming 42, W. Michigan 28 Texas Tech 30, Kansas 17 GAME IN STATS TT KU First downs 19 17 Rushes-yards 55-251 31-61 Passing yards 130 268 Com-Att-lnl 9-16-1 18-45-2 Total offense 71-381 76-329 Fumbles-lost 4-1 0-0 Punts-average 7-36.4 6-38.5 Penalties-yards 8-69 2-10 Possession time 32:58 27:02 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - TEXAS TECH: Hanspard 37-190, Lethrldge 12-23, Morris 5-31, Jones 1-7. KANSAS: Henley 22-43, Johner 7-20, Sanders 1-2, RuU 1-(4).. PASSING - TEXAS TECH: Lethrldge 9-16-1-130. KANSAS: Johner 18-44-2-268, Ruiz 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING - TEXAS TECH: Hanspard 3-32, McKenzle 2-23, Hart 1-37, Allamon 1-16, DuBuc 111, Morris 1-11. KANSAS: Byrd 7-129, Henley 3-67, Friday 2-37, Vann 2-8, Gordon 1-13, Galbreath 1-11, Chandler 1-7, Carter 1-6. PUNTING - TEXAS TECH: Hernandez 7-36.4. KANSAS: Royal 6-38.6. FIELD GOALS - TEXAS TECH: None. KANSAS: McCord 1-1 (19). LEADING TACKLERS - TEXAS TECH: Johnson 9, Butler 8, Turner 7, Brown 5, Reagor 5. KANSAS: Ward 19,Thoren 12, Allen 11, McGraw 10, Blevlns9. TACKLES FOR LOSSES - TEXAS TECH: Daniels 2-10, Reagor 2-4, Donahue 1-4. KANSAS: Jason Harris 1-3, Allen 1-1, Kopp 1-1, McGraw 1-1. QUARTERBACK SACKS - TEXAS TECH: Butler 1-7, Chandler 1/2-10, McGuire 1/2-10, Cumby 1/2-4, Kacal 1/2-4. KANSAS: Jones 1-8, Blevlns 1-5. FUMBLE RECOVERIES - TEXAS TECH: None. KANSAS: Blevlns 1. INTERCEPTIONS - TEXAS TECH; Armour 1 (1), Darden 1 (3). KANSAS: Jamie Harris 1 (1). SCORING SUMMARY Texas Tech 7 0 7 16-30 Kansas 7 10 0 0-17 First Quarter TT - Hanspard 14 pass from Lethridge (Greaser kick), 10:01. KU - Friday 20 pass from Johner (McCord kick), 3:44. Second Quarter KU - McCord 19 field goal, 9:25. KU - Byrd 23 pass from Johner (McCord kick), 2:29. Third Quarter TT - Morris 6 run (Greaser kick), 8:49. Fourth Quarter TT - Lethridge 2 run (Greaser kick), 7:50. TT - Lethridge 1 run (Greaser kick), 6:06. TT - Safety, Intentional grounding In end zone, 3:01. Attendance - 46,500. Kansas State 35, Missouri 10 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession KS 15 36-183 144 9-16-0 202 6-47.4 0-0 11-87 26:54 M 20 46-188 142 12-30-3 26 6-47.8 0-0 6-30 33:06 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Kansas St., Lawrence 25-168, Charles 4-16, Beasley 1-14, Goolsby 1-1, Anderson 1-(-7), Kavanagh 4-(-8). Missouri, Ollvo 21-100, West 6-44, Blackwell 6-31, Janes 6-16, Skonria 13, Jones 7-(-6). PASSING—Kansas St., Kavanagh 9-15-0-144. Missouri, Skomla 12-29-3-142, Jones 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING—Kansas St., Grosdldler 3-46, An- derson 2-46, Lockett 2-30, Lawrence 2-22. Missouri, Jenkins, 4-70, Ollvo 3-30, Brooks 2-22, Janes 1-19, Murchlson 1 -3, West 1 -(-2). SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State 14 7 7 7—35 Missouri 703 0—10 Flrat Quarter M—Murchlson 3 pass from Skomla (Norrls kick), 4:11. ''•* KS—Lawrence 7 run (Rheem kick), 6:05. KS—Canty 68 punt return (Rheem kick), 9:10. Second Quarter KS—Anderson 44 pass from Kavanagh (Rheem kick), 12:47. Third Quarter KS—Lawrence 27 run (Rheem kick), 4:18. M—FG Morris 38,11:26. Fourth Quarter KS—Smith 100 Interception return (Rheem Kjpk), 7:42. ,' w . A—45,211. <:"•

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