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D2 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1996 COLLEGE FOOTBALL THE SALINA JOURNAL Wesleyan turns back Ottawa Big defensive plays carry Coyotes in close KCAC victory at home By JODI SMITH The Salina Journal. In a game where offense dominated the first half, it was Kansas Wesleyan's gigantic defensive plays that decided the outcome of the game. While holding Ottawa to a mere 118 total yards, Wesleyan pounded the Braves' defense for 319 yards on 66 plays and defeated Ottawa 1510 at Martin Stadium. Running back Michael White, who was questionable to play before the game because of an injury, led the Coyotes in rushing with 133 yards. Fullback Byron Jones added 104 yards. Wesleyan's defense reared its ugly head once again as the Coy- KSU/ Wildcats edge OU FROM PAGE D1 It also marked the second straight week Canty has come up with a big defensive play to preserve the win. „ "I've said before that good players come up with big plays," Snyder said. "He's done that two weeks in a row." K-State needed Canty's big play because, without it, the Wildcats may have been in trouble. Moore threw, for, 158 yards and three touchdowns in the fourth quarter alone. "He was throwing the ball all over the place," Snyder said. "I was really proud of the way we played in the first half, but as far as our play in the second half, I can't say I have all the answers." With quarterback Brian Kavanagh razor-sharp and wide receiver Kevin Lockett having a big day (12 catches, 157 yards), K- State looked well on its way to thrashing the Sooners in front of the 43,815 fans. Kavanagh threw for a record-tying four touchdowns and 349 yards and Lockett became K-State's all- time leading receiver as the Wildcats defeated Oklahoma for the fourth straight year. After the first quarter, this one looked all but over, and the big reason why was the pre-game coin flip. K-State won and took the wind, which gusted up to 30 miles per hour at times, and proceeded to dismantle Oklahoma with three touchdowns. A 22-yard punt into the win by Oklahoma set up a 31-play, eight- play drive by K-State which was capped by a 1-yard run by Mike Lawrence with 8:47 left in the opening quarter. Three plays later, Oklahoma punter Brian Lewis dropped a belt- high snap from center, and by the time the scrambling has ended, K- State's Troy Hackney had recovered at the Sooner 1-yard line. Kavanagh then found tight end Jarrett Grosdidier all alone for a one-yard TD pass at the 5:44 mark of the period. The Wildcats weren't through. They got the ball back and used a timeout late in the quarter to set up an 18-yard pass from Kavanagh to Andre Anderson, to make it a 21-0 game with four seconds remaining in the first quarter. Moore (OU) and Lawrence (KSU) swapped 1-yard TD runs in the second quarter to give K-State a 28-7 lead at halftime. i, K-State built the lead to 42-14 after three quarters as Kavanagh connected with Lockett (33 yards) and Anderson (29) with TD passes. But Oklahoma (2-2, 2-4) was far from done and used the strong wind to its advantage in the fourth otes sacked quarterback Josh Gehring six times. "Our defense has been impressive all year," said Wesleyan head coach Ron DuPree, whose team improved to 3-2 in the Kansas Conference and 3-4 overall. "They can't get much better; they real- Ottawa 10 ly kept us in Wesleyan 15~ there." A fumble on the first play of the game by Wesleyan gave Ottawa the ball on the KW 27-yard line, resulting in a 26- yard Brave field goal by Chad Rogers at the 11:44 mark of the first quarter. After regaining possession, Byron Jones led the Coyotes down the field to a Troy Katen 27-yard field goal, tying the game 3-3. After forcing the Braves to punt the ball after only three plays, Jones scored the first touchdown of the game on a 21-yard run up the middle with 1:54 remaining in the first quarter. The kick by Katen was blocked, leaving the score 9-3. A second-quarter roughing-the- kicker penalty on Ottawa allowed Wesleyan to retain possession of the ball. That led to a Coyote touchdown on the next play when quarterback Levi Kramer connected with Ray Bufke on a 36-yard pass with 1:50 left to play in the first half. The Braves stopped the two- point conversion short of the line, leaving the score 15-3 at halftime. The Ottawa defense halted the Coyotes' running game in the second half, while the Braves' offense picked up the momentum. A high snap on a punt forced Katen to throw a pass that was intercepted by Ottawa. Three plays later, Ottawa's Chris Welch ran for a 6-yard touchdown. The kick by Rogers was good, closing the score to 15-10. Ottawa's on-side kick gave the Braves the ball, but a sack and an interception by Wesleyan's Michael Washington gave the momentum back to the Coyotes. A fumble by White was recovered by Wesleyan for a two-yard loss, forcing a punt. The Braves never stood a chance though, as Wesleyan racked up consecutive sacks by defensive linemen Neil MacGinnis and Dennis Gent of Goering, giving the ball back to the Coyotes with only 31 seconds remaining in the game. "We've struggled all year in the first half," said Ottawa head coach Dave Dallas. "We were forced to be on the field defensively too much in the first half, but I can't question the efforts of the second half." The Coyotes face the McPherson Bulldogs next Saturday in McPherson at 1:30 p.m. McPherson downed Tabor 47-7 Saturday. KELLY PRESNELL/The Salina Journal Troy Hackney (arm up in center) and his Kansas State teammates celebrate an Oklahoma fumble on the OU 1-yard line in the first quarter as Chris Justice (40) looks on. Notes and quotes from Saturday afternoon's Oklahoma-Kansas State football game: • RECORD-BREAKERS - Kevin Lockett, Brian Kavanagh and Nyle Wiren put their names in the K-State record book in their team's 42-35 win over Oklahoma. Lockett finished the game with career highs in receptions (12) and yards (157). His first catch gave him 180 for his career, bypassing Michael Smith as the leading receiver in school history. Kavanagh also set personal marks with 27 completions, 349 yards and four touchdowns (which tied a school record). . Wiren's first-quarter sack of Oklahoma quarterback Justin Fuente gave him 24 1/2 sacks for his career and moved into first place on the all- time list ahead of Dirk Ochs (23 1/2). • WIN STREAK - The victory was the fourth straight by K-State over Oklahoma, just the fourth time a school has taken four straight from the Sooners. The Wildcats are now 36-5-1 at home during the 1990s and have won 33 straight games against unranked teams. • DEFENSE BENDS - The 35 points allowed by the Wildcats is the highest number of points a K-State team has ever surrendered in a victory. The previous high was 27 points in a 42-27 win over Arizona in 1969. • CANTY CAN - After being burned by Michael McDaniel for most of the fourth quarter, K-State cornerback Chris Canty got his revenge when it counted. Canty intercepted an OU pass with 90 seconds remaining to preserve K-State's seven-point win. The interception was the fourth of the season for Canty and the 13th of his career, which is two behind all-time leader Jamie Mendez. • OU STARS - Quarterback Eric Moore and linebacker Tyrell Peters performed at a high level against K- State. Moore had career highs in passing yards (234) and touchdown passes (4), while Peters tied his career best with 16 tackles. — Harold Bechard Kansas State 42, Oklahoma 35 GAME IN STATS OU 19 38-115 239 14-32-2 70-354 ' 2-2 6-42.3 10-66 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Com-Att-Int Total offense Fumbles-lost Punts-average Penalties-yards Possession time quarter. • Moore and Michael McDaniel hook up for a 40-yard touchdown pass with 12:28 left to cap a 69-yard drive in just three plays. 42-21. • Moore connects with McDaniel again for a 26-yard TD pass with 8:12 left to cap a 55-yard drive. 42-28. • Moore ends a 61-yard, eight- play drive with 4-yard TD pass to Mo Little on fourth down. 42-35 with 4:13 left. K-State managed one first down before punting, but on Oklahoma's first play from its own 40-yard line, Canty cut in front of McDaniel and picked off his fourth pass of the season. "It was a bad play on my part," said Moore, who had played sparingly in the last four games. "I threw it a little behind Mike, and (Canty) got it." K-State is now off until the Kansas game in Lawrence on Nov. 9. "I think we need the break," Snyder said. "We need to make an assessment of things. KS 26 49-112 349 27-38-0 87-461 1-1 4-33.8 9-79 25:15 34:45 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - OKLAHOMA: Allen 21-85, Parker 838, Moore 6-23, Chandler 1-2, Fuente 1-(-5), Lewis 1-(-28). K-STATE: Lawrence 25-76, Charles 14-58, Goolsby 2-2, Kavanaugh 8-(-24). PASSING - OKLAHOMA: Moore 11-23-1-234, Fuente 3-9-1-5. K-STATE: Kavanaugh 27-38-0349. RECEIVING - OKLAHOMA: McDaniel 6-125, Alexander 2-65, Jackson 1-43, Allen 1-6, Llttlke 1-4, Parker 1-(-1), Chandler 1-(-3). K-STATE: Lockett 12-157, Anderson 4-79, Lawrence 5-50, Canty 226, Grosdidier 2-22, Swift 2-15. PUNTING - OKLAHOMA: Lewis 6-42.3. KSTATE: Garcia 4-33.8. FIELD GOALS - OKLAHOMA: None. K-STATE: Rheem 0-1 (miss: 53). LEADING TACKLERS - OKLAHOMA:Peters 16, Joseph 8, Justice 7, Manuel 6y, Fogle 6. K-STATE: Evans 10, Simoneau 8, Fogle 7, Ochs 6, Canty 6. TACKLES FOR LOSSES - OKLAHOMA: Manuel 2-11, Tanner 2-11, Peters 2-6, Malone 2-5, Chase 1-10, Simpson 1-2, Allen 1-1,. K-STATE: Fogle 27, Wiren 1-5, Swazer 1-4, Ochs 1-3, Simoneau .1-1, Howard 1 -1. FUMBLE RECOVERIES - OKLAHOMA: Woods 1. K-STATE: Evans 1, Hackney 1. INTERCEPTIONS - OKLAHOMA:. K-STATE: Canty 1. SCORING SUMMARY Oklahoma 0 7 7 21 - 35 Kansas State 21 7 14 0-42 First Quarter KS - Lawrence 1 run (Rheem kick), 8:47. KS - Grosdidier 1 pass from Kavanaugh (Rheem kick), 5:44. KS - Anderson 18 pass from Kavanaugh (Rheem kick), 0:04. Second Quarter OU - Moore 1 run (J.Alexander kick), 8:00. KS - Lawrence 1 run (Rheem kick), 4:10. Third Quarter KS - Lockett 33 pass from Kavanaugh (Rheem kick), 12:20. OU - S.Alexander 33 pass from Moore (J.Alexan- der kick), 5:35. KS - Anderson 29 pass from Kavanaugh (Rheem kick), 2:51. Fourth Quarter OU - McDaniel 40 pass from Moore (J.Alexander), 12:28. OU - McDaniel 26 pass from Moore (J.Alexander), 8:12. OU - Little 4 pass from Moore (J.Alexander), 4:13. Attendance-43,815. New Mexico Highlands slips past Tigers Sander passes Cowboys to victory in RMAC contest By The Journal Staff , HAYS — Quarterback Jamie Sander threw for 267 yards and three first-half touchdowns as New Mexico Highlands defeated Fprt Hays State 22-19 Saturday in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game at Lewis field. The loss, Fort Hays' third in its last five games, drops the Tigers to 4-3 overall and 2-3 in the RMAC. New Mexico Highlands is now 5-3 overall, 3-3 in the conference. Fort Hays trailed 19-3 at half$me after Sander, the RMAC's leading passer, threw touchdown passes of 16 yards to Steve Woods, 4 yards to Conan Smith, and 4 yards to Jamar Nailor. The Tigers rallied behind junior quarterback Joel McReynolds. McReynolds scored on a 3-yard run with 7:16 left in the third quarter, then hit Jami Deters with a two-point conversion pass to make it 19-11. Highlands 22 Eliseo Aguirre Fort Hays 1)T k . icked a 24-yard field goal for New Mexico Highlands with 2:28 left in the period to give the Cowboys a 22-11 lead entering the fourth quarter. McReynolds hit wide receiver Xavier Brown with a 27-yard touchdown pass with 1:09 left in the game, then connected with Brown on the two-point conversion to pull the Tigers within three, 22-19. Fort Hays forced a punt and took over at the Cowboys' 40-yard line with two minutes left in the game. The Tigers gained 9 yards on three plays, but fullback Aaron Rusher was stopped for no gain on fourth-and-1 from the 31-yard line with 42 seconds left. Fort Hays got the ball back again following a punt on its own 35-yard line with seven seconds left. McReynolds hjt flanker Patrick Mintner with a 33-yard pass to the Highlands' 32. Mintner fumbled on the play and the ball was recovered by Brown at the 36, but time had run out. Sander was 20 of 31 passing and had no interceptions. Nailor, the RMAC's leading receiver, had eight receptions for 104 yards. Running back Doug Cavanaugh had 56 yards rushing and caught five passes for 46 yards. Emmett Pride, the conference's leading rusher, gained 108 yards on 21 carries for Fort Hays. McReynolds had 48 yards on 15 carries and was 17 of 28 passing for 159 yards and no interceptions. Brown caught seven passes for 59 yards and Mintner six for 64 yards. Linebacker Josh Gooch had 15 tackles, five solo, for the Tigers' defense. Linebacker Justin Jenkins of Salina had 13 tackles, three solo. Fort Hays entertains conference leader Chadron State, Neb., at 2 p.m., next Saturday. Chadron State, ranked 16th in last week's NCAA Division II poll, defeated Adams State 18-3 Saturday to remain unbeaten (8-0). SCOREBOARD Top 25 FLORIDA ST. 31, VIRGINIA 24 Virginia 7 10 0 7—24 Florida St. 777 10—31 Flret Quarter FSU— Dunn 65 run (Benlley kick), 12:26 UVa— Barber 48 run (Garcia kick), 12:41 Second Quarter FSU— Messam 48 pass from Busby (Bentley Mck), :11 UVa— Brooks 1 run (Garcia kick), 2:23 UVa-TO Garcia 38, 14:34 Third Quarter FSU— Green 21 pass Irom Busby (Bentley kick), 4:23 Fourth Quarter FSU-FG Bentley 25, 3:25 FSU— Preston 24 run (Benlley kick), 9.UO UVa— Crowell 21 pass from Sherman (Garcia kick), 12:17 A— -80,237. ARIZONA STATE 41, STANFORD 9 Arizona St. 21 0 17 3—41 Slanlord 090 0—9 Flrtt Quarter ASU— Redmond 31 pass from Plummer (Nycz kick), 8:59 ASU— Jackson 17 pass Irom Plummer (Nycz kick), 14:32 ASU— Battle 5 run (Nycz kick), 14:54 Second Quarter Stan— Clark 45 pass Irom Husak (kick blocked), 8:34 Stan— FG Miller 27, 15:00 Third Quarter ASU— Paulk 1 run (Nycz kick), 4:36 ASU— Plummer 4 run (Nycz kick), ASU— FG Nycz 27, 8:28 Fourth QuBrtBr ASU— FG Nycz 25, 4:30 •A— 32,550. Bid 12 COLORADO 28, TEXAS 24 UT Colo First Downs 21 27 Rushes-Yards 34-139 50-182 Passing 224 295 Comp-Att-Int 16-35-2 18-34-2 Return Yards 91 32 Punts-Avg. 4-40.0 6-44.2 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 1-1 Penalties-Yards 9-71 9-73 Time ol Possession 24:56 35:04 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING— Texas, .Williams 21-81, Mitchell 10-51, J.Brown 3-7. Colorado, Troutman 24-98, Henry 18-85, Detmer . 3-9, Messier 5-(-10). PASSING— Texas, J.Brown 16-352-224. Colorado, Detmer 7-15-2-137, Messier 11-19*158. RECEIVING— Texas, M.Adams 5114, McGarity 3-31, Fitzgerald 2-20, Williams 2-16, Davis 2-8, White 1-27, Lewis 1-8. Colorado, Hertner 8-64, Carruth 3-80, Henry 2-47, Anderson 238, Savoy 2-36, Troutman 2-16, Kldd 1-14. SCORING SUMMARY Texas 10 7 0 7-24 Colorado 0 14 7 7—28 First Quarter Tex— FG Dawson 41, 5:45 Tex— McGarity 13 pass from J.Brown (Dawson kick), 7:57 Second Quarter Colo— Carnilh 54 pass from Detmer (Lesley kick), 3:24 Tex— M.Adams 50 pass Irom J.Brown (Dawson kick), 4:53 • Colo— Henry .4 run (Lesley kick), 10:17 Third Quarter Colo — Troutman 13 run (Lesley kick), 11:48 Fourth Quarter Tex— Davis 2 pass Irom J.Brown (Dawson kick), 2:28 Colo— Hessler 1 run (Lesley kick), H-cn 1 1.OU A— 51,100. MISSOURI 35, O-STATE 28 OSU MU First downs 25 22 Rushes-yards 49-183 55-377 Passing 243 84 Comp-Att-Int 15-25-0 06-12-1 Return Yards 29 28 Punts-Avg. 4-45.0 4-50.5 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 5-32 9-62 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING— Oklahoma St, Thompson 25-87, Jones 13-55, A. Richardson 9-40, Brown 2-1. Missouri, Jones 18-193, Ollvo 15-84, West 11-61, Blackwell 6-23, Janes 4-1 8, Skomla 1(minus 2). PASSING— Oklahoma St, Jones 1424-0-235, Simmons 1-1-0-8. Missouri, Jones 5-10-0-70, Skomla 1-2-1-14. RECEIVING-Oklahoma St, Mayes 6-149, Grissom 3-42, A. Richardson 115, Pfletfer 1-13, Love 1-10, Jones 18, T. Richardson 1-7, Alkens 1-(-1). Missouri, Janes 2-34, West 2-11, Brooks 1-32, Jenkins 1-7. SCORING SUMMARY Oklahoma St 7 0 7 14 0—28 Missouri 14 0 7 7 7—35 Flret Quarter MU^Jones 16 run (Morris kick), 6'13 OSU— Mayes 52 pass from Jones (Sydnes kick), 6:47 MU— Jones 1 run (Norrls kick), 13:22 Third Quarter OSU— Grissom 33 pass Irom Jones (Sydnes kick), 4:03 MU-Jones 11 run (Norrls kick), 10:42 Fourth Quarter OSU— Mayes 19 pass Irom Jones (Sydnes kick), :07 MU— Janes 29 pass from Jones (Norrls kick), 8:45 OSU— A. Richardson 15 pass Irom Jones (Sydnes kick), 14:23 Overtime MU-Olivo 6 run (Noiris kick) A-37,879. BAYLOR 49, IOWA STATE 21 ISU Bay First downs 19 28 Rushes-yards 41-213 53-397 Passing 207 227 Comp-Att-Int 17-36-2 16-27-1 Return Yards 28 31 Punts-Avg. 5-51.8 2-44.0 Fumbles-Lost f-1 2-0 Penalties-Yards 7-57 6-32 .INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-lowa St., T.Davis 26138, Doxzon 9-47, D.Davis 4-28. Baylor, Burkins 21-142, Douglas 19-154, Rubin 7-34, Alfred 5-29, Muhammad 1-38. PASSING— Iowa St., Doxzon 17-38. 2 207. Baylor, Alfred 16-27-1 227. RECEIVING-lowa St., E.Willlams 5-89, Green 5-40, Walley 2-50, T.Davis 2-16, Gibson 1-7, Radke 14, D.Davis 1-1. Baylor, Pegross 4-96, Mo.Anderson 3-21, Chmelar 2-28, Douglas 2-10, Ford 1-35, Domel 1-12, Muhammad MO, S.Washinglon 1-6, Burkins 1-7. SCORING SUMMARY Iowa SI. 7 14 0 0—21 Baylor 7 7 21 14-^19 First Quarter ISU— Walley 21 pass Irom Doxzon (Kohl kick), 8:30 Bay— Douglas 8 run (K.Atteberry kick). 12:14 Second Quarter ISU— T.Davis 2 run (Kohl kick), 1:24 ISU— Gibson 7 pass from Doxzon (Kohl kick), 4:06 Bay— Rubin 1 run (K.Atteberry kick), 12:48 Third Quarter Bay— S.Washington 8 pass from Alfred (K.Atteberry kick), 6:00 Bay— Mo.Anderson 5 pass Irom Alfred (K.Atteberry kick), 9:17 Bay— Pegross 68 pass from Alfred (K.Atteberry kick), 10:05 Fourth Quarter Bay— Douglas 67 run (K.Atteberry kick), :17 Bay— Burkins 24 run (K.Atteberry kick), 12:03 A— 35,114. TEXAS TECH 13, TEXAS A»M 10 TexT AsM First downs 23 15 Rushes-yards 64-242 41-260 Passing 182 54 Comp-Att-Int 10-25-0 6-19-0 Return Yards 0 6 Punts-Avg. 7-34.6 8-44.9 Fumbles-Losl 2-2 3-2 Penalties-Yards 4-25 8-46 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING— Texas Tech, Hanspard 41-198, Morris 5-29, Lelhrldge 17-11, Irvin 1-4. Texas A&M, Hall 17-184, Parker 10-47, Hardeman 7-36, Williams 1-1, Stewart 6-(mlnus 8). PASSING— Texas Tech, Lelhridge 10-25-0—182. Texas A&M, Stewart 619-0—54. RECEIVING— Texas Tech, McKen- zle 3-26, Morris 2-96, Hart 2-36, DuBuc 1-12, Allamon 1-8, Hanspard 14. Texas A&M, Splller 1-24, Hardeman 1-15, Hawkins 1-7, Oliver 1-6, Parker 1 -3, Hall 1 -(minus 1). SCORING SUMMARY Texas Tech 3 3 0 7— 13 Texas A&M 0 3 7 0—10 First Quarter Tech— FG Greaser 45, 13:49 Second Quarter Tech— FG Greaser 43, 6:25 A&M— FG Bryant 31, 12:46 Third Quarter A&M— Hall 26 run (Bryant kick), 6:37 Fourth Quarter Tech— Morris 61 pass Irom Lelhridge (Greaser kick), 8:40 A— 70,147 State college WESLEYAN 15, OTTAWA 10 GAME IN STATS 0 KW First downs 10 15 Rushes-yards 44-69 58-275 Passing yards 49 36 Comp-Att-Int 2-9-1 1-8-1 Total plays-yards 53-118 66-311 Fumbles-lost 0-0 3-1 Penalitles-yards 8-50 9-65 Punts-Avg 8-32.5 5-35.0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - 0: Welch 14-40, Hess 7-17, Hoover 5-15, Wayman 1-(-1), Gehring 16-(-2). KW: White 18-133, Jones 24-104, Taylor 8-21, Kramer 715, Moss 1-3. PASSING — 0: Gehring 2-9-1, 49 yards. KW: Kramer 1-7-0, 36 yards; Katen 0-1 -1,0 yards. RECEIVING — 0: Wayman 1-41, Welch 1-8. KW: Burke 1-36. PUNTING: 0 -Garcia 8-32.5. KW: Katen 5-35.0. SCORING SUMMARY Ottawa 300 7 — 10 Kansas Wesleyan 9600 — 15 Flrat Quarter 0 -Rogers 26 FG, 11:44. KW- Katen 27 FG, 5:19. KW - Jones 21 run (kick failed), 1:54. Second Quarter KW - Burke 36 pass from Kramer (run failed), 1:50. Fourth Quarter 0 - Welch 6 run (Rogers kick), 4:31 . BETHANY 55, FRIENDS 21 GAME IN STATS FU BC First downs 15 30 Rushes-yards 55-235 42-172 Passing yards 82 485 Comp-Att-Int 2-10-2 19-35-1 Total plays-yards 65-317 77-637 Fumbles-lost 4-1 2-1 Ponalities-yards 16-174 12-125 Punts-Avg 8-35.3 4-40.8 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — FU: Ramirez 16-103, Alvarez 3-12, Hadley 7-21, Hefley 922, Schomaker 9-23, parker 9-43, Brannen 2-11. BC: Godwin 22-113. Patterson 5-36, Hales 4-14, Munoz 86, Buckner 1-8, Carlson 2-(-5). PASSING — FU: Alvarez 1-3-69-1; Schomaker 0-2-0-0; Parker 1-5-13-1. BC: Munoz 18-33-437-1; Carlson 1-128-0; Godwin 0-1-0X1. RECEIVING — FU: Stubbs 1-69, Fox 1-13. BC: Lugo 7-211, Mortensen 7-145, Buckner 1-27, Godwin 1-14, Casper 1-28, Burke 1-12, Bard 1-28., PUNTING — FU: Cooper 8-35.3. BC: Flkac 4-40.8. SCORING SUMMARY Friends 14 0 7 0-21 Bethany 13 13 15 14 - 55 Flrat Quarter FU — Ramirez 3 run (Cooper kick), 11:46. BC — Godwin 5 run (Hathom kick), Tn? o,u/ FU — Ramirez 48 run (Cooper kick), 2'09 BC — Godwin 20 run (kick (ailed), :49 Second quarter BC — Lugo 84 pass Irom Munoz (Flkac kick), 9:07 BC — Lugo 8 pass from Munoz (pass failed), 5:36 Third Quarter BC — Mortensen 11 pass from Munoz (Lugo pass from Munoz), 8:52 BC — Lugo 18 pass from Munoz (Fikac kick), 5:39 FU — Golden 22 run with blocked punt (Cooper kick), :00 Fourth Quarter BC — Godwin 19 run (Flkac kick), 9:99 BC — Calhoun 12 run with fumble (Fikac kick), 5:44 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS 22 FORT HAYS STATE 19 GAME IN STATS NMH FH First downs 14 18 Rushes-yards 41-106 40-176 Passing yards 267 159 Comp-Att-Int 20-31-0 17-28-0 Total plays-yards Fumbles-lost 1-0 4-2 Penalties-yards 9-70 5-37 Punts-Avg 10-32.1 6-47.7 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: NMH: Cavanaugh 20-56, Smith 12-51, Sander 9-(-1). FH: Pride 21-108, McReynolds 15-48, Mitchell 110, Rusher 3-10. PASSING: NMH: Sander 20-31-0, 287 yards. FH: McReynolds 17-28-0, 159 yards. RECEIVING: NMH: Nailor 6-104, Cavanaugh 5-46, White 2-69, Woods 2-32, Goodwin 2-12, Smith 1-4. FH: Brown 7-59, Mintner 6-67, McGavran 3-27, Bannister 1-6. PUNTING: NMH: Agulrre 10321. FH: Leonard 6-286. SCORING SUMMARY N.Mex. HighlandsIS 6 0 3-22 r ort Hays Slate 3 0 8 8-19 Flrat Quarter NMH - Woods 16 pass from Sander (Agulrre kick), 9:11 FH - Browning 27 field goal, 3:50 NMH - Smith 4 pass from Sander (kick fail), 1:16 ; Second Quarter NMH - Nallor 4 pass from Sander (kick fall), 1:22 Third Quarter FH - McReynolds 3 run (Deters pass Irom McReynolds), 7:16 Fourth Quarter NMH - Agulrre 24 field goal, 14:52 FH - Brown 27 pass from McReynolds (Brown pass from McReynolds), 3:34 BETHEL 24 SOUTHWESTERN 21 Southwestern 7 7 0 7-21 Bethel 0 0 9 15 - 24 SW - Bradford 31 pass from Wallls (Pond kick) SW - Donley 26 run (Pond kick) BL - Hershey 27 field goal BL - Hershey 1 pass from KoonH (run fail) SW- Wallls 1 run (Pond kick) BL - Roberts 27 pass lorm Morris (Hershey kick) BL - Milton 9 pass Irom Morris (Morris run)' MCPHERSON 47, TABOR 7 McPherson 21 7 6 13 - 47 Tabor 7000-7 TB- Brown 56 run (Kllewer kick) '• MP - James 16 run (kick blocked) MP- Wilson 29 run (James run) MP - Wilson 4 run (Famsworth kick) MP - Myers 13 run (Famsworth kick) MP - Snodgrass 98 Interception return (run (all) MP - Helm 2 run (run tail) MP - Helm 1 run (Famsworth kick) WASHBURN 24 . SOUTHWEST BAPTIST 20 Southwest Baptist 7 7 0 6-20 Washbum 0 14 10 0-24 SB - Christian 4 run (Kosltzky kick) W - Rucker 81 pass Irom Schartz (Fuemmeler kick) SB - Franklin 2 pass Irom Turner (Kositzky kick) W - Rucker 13 pass from Schartz (Fuemmeler kick) W - Fuemmeler 32 field goal W - Casey 3 run (Fuemmeler kick) SB - Hafner 8 pass Irom Turner (kick lain IBIIJ CONCORDIA, NEB. 14 STERLING 10 Concordla 0 0 7 7 - 14' Sterling 7 3 0 0 - 10 S - Doran 24 pass from Vincent (Polk kick) S - Polk 35 field goal C - Wilson 58 punt relum (Chrislman kick) C - Wilson 5 pass from Dutlsman (Chrlstman kick) BENEDICTINE 24 MISSOURI VALLEY 8 Missouri Valley 0008-6 Benedictine 0 3 14 7-24 B -Ruch 28 tl eld goal B - Pitts 66 run (Ruch kick) B - Nelll 25 pass from Llndqulst (Ruch kick) B - Kenney 1 run (Ruch kick) MV - Mosley 67 run (Nadeau run) College scores , EAST Brown 27, Penn 21 Bucknell38,HotyCross7 Cent. Connecticut St 49*, Wagner 41 Colgate 40, Lafayette 9 Columbia 13, Yale 10 Dartmouth 38, Cornell 21 Delaware 27, James Madisorr13 . Duquesne45, Iona14 Fordham 46, Georgetown, D.C. 6 Harvard 24, Princeton 0 Hofstra 24, Connecticut 16 Mails) 2t,St Peter's 13 New Hampshire 40, Massachusetts 7. Rhode Island 38, Boston U. 7 Robert Morris 43, Monmouth, N J. 6 Rutgers 28, Temple 17 Siena 45, Falrfold 7 SlJohn's,NY41,Canlslus28 Syracuse 45, Boston College 17 Towson SI 54, St. Francis, Pa. 14 SOUTH Alabama A&M 20, Alabama SI 3 Cincinnati 10, Louisville 7 • >. Citadel 35, Georgia Southern 20 Delaware St. 35, Morgan St 14 E. Illinois 35, Tennessee Tech 27 E.Kentucky 45, Tenn.-Mardn 7 E. Tennessee St. 21', Furman 19 Florida a 31, Virginia 24 . Georgia Tech 27, Cent Florida 20 Hampton U. 20, S. Carolina St 14 Howard U. 38, N. Carolina A&T 3 Jackson St 52, Granting St. 0 Kentucky 24, Georgia 17 LSU 28, Mississippi St 20 Liberty 38, Charleston Southern 7 Marshall 24, Appalachian a 10 Maryland 22, Duke 19 MIeekclnnI *W ArVnncae Qt 91 Mississippi JO, niKonSoS OL tl Navy 47, Wake Forest 18 Randolph-Macon 31 , Davidson 24 South Carolina 27, VanderblltO Southern U. 21, AlcomSt 14 St Joseph's, Ind. 26, Morehead St 22 Tennessee 20, Alabama 13 Tennessee St. 38, Austin Peay 14 Tn.-Chattanooga 20, W. Carolina 6 Villanova 20, Richmond 3 Virginia Tech 34, Pittsburgh 17 W.Kentucky 27, Indiana St. 20 William & Mary 21, Northeastern 14 MIDWEST Akron 34, N. Illinois 17 Army 27, Miami, Ohio 7 BaH a 24, Cent. Michigan 17 Butler 34, San Diego 3 Dayton 19, Drake 16 E. Michigan 51, Kent 10 Evansvllle 41 .Valparaiso 35 Kansas St 42, Oklahoma 35 Michigan St. 30, Wisconsin 13 Missouri 35, Oklahoma St 2B (ot) N. Iowa 33, S. Illinois 7 Northwestern 27, Illinois 24 ; Ohio St 38, Iowa 26 Ohio U. 38, Bowling Green 0 Penn St 48, Indiana 26 SE Missouri 16, Middle Tenn. 13 SW Missouri St. 24, Illinois St 13 ' Toledo 10, W.Michigan 7 (ot) W. Illinois 51, CaJPory-SL0 10 Youngstown St 24, NW Louisiana 14 SOUTHWEST Baylor 49, Iowa St. 21 Brigham Young 45, Texas Christian 21 Nevada 40, North Texas 13 Nicholls St 49, SW Texas St. 36 (Sol) North Carolina 42, Houston 14 Sam Houston St. 30, McNeese St 25 Stephen F.Austln 43, Samlord 14 Texas Tech 13, Texas A&M 10 FAR WEST Air Force 34, Hawaii 7 Arizona 61.41, Slanlord 9 Colorado 28, Texas 24 Colorado St. 27, San Diego St 18 E. Washington 31, Idaho St. 17 • Fresno St 34, UNLV 23 -". Montana 48, N.Arizona 32 Montana St. 24, Portland a 6 Ulah45,Tulsa19 ' Utah St. 35, Idaho 26 Washington 33, Oregon 14 NO. 5 Nebraska 63, Kansas 7 VJackwn 2-65, Wiggins 2-30, Chealham 1-34, Lake 1-31, ' K N Wills 1-19, Green 1-13, S. Jackson 1-8, Vedral 1-4. First downs 9 34 „ SCORING SUMMARY •Rushes-yards 30-21 61-322 Kansas 0 7 00—7 Passing 188 273 N "" M|HI 1 ® « M? Comp-Att-Int 14-27-2 13-18-0 Flr»t Quarter , ;* Return Yards 74 96 N— S.Jackson 8 pass from Frost (Brown Kick), Punts-Avg. 8-39.9-2-48.0 1Z:04 „ Fumbles-Lost 3-1 2-1 Second Quarter Penalties-Yards 6-34 2-15 N— Green 1 1 run (Brown kick), :31 Time of Possession 26'43 34'17 N— Holbein 20 pass from Frost (Brown kick), :52 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS K— Byrd 77 pass from Mohner (McCord kick), RUSHING-Kansas, Vann 10-22, Sanders 5-8, Bruce 3- 1 SL Froal 10 run (Brown kick) 4-13 6, Galbreath 7-4, Rutt 1-(-4), Johner 4-(-16). Nebraska, £1^™ ? ™ Brown kick) M Green 12-85, Bennlng 9-54, Matovlcka 6-49, Evans 12-42, N Holbein IS oaas from Frost (Brown kick* Slmms MO, Frost 6-35, Cobb 3-8, Olnes 2-6, Turman 2-6, ^ " 16 P * 88 "° m Fr0< " (B ° W klcl<) ' Wiggins 1-5, Kingston 2-5, Elcher 1-6, Raymond 1-4. ™ |W Third Quarter PASSING-Kansas, Ruiz 9-18-2-94, Johner 5-9-0-94. N— Frost 9 run (Brown kick), 2:31 Nebraska, Frost 12-16-0-254, Turman 1-2-0-19. N— Bennlng 1 1 run (ReUlatf kick), 1 1 :65 RECEIVING-Kansas, Byrd 4-111, Vann 3-35, Friday 3-28, Fourth Quarter , Sanders 2-16, Galbreath 2-(-1). Nebraska, Holbein 3-89, N— Cobb 6 run (Retzlaff kick), 6:23

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