The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 11, 1971 · Page 44
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Thats OU, As In O-V-C-H 0h, You Sooners By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The eighth-ranked Oklahoma Sooners made a bold bid Saturday to move up in The Associated Press ratings with a devastating 475-yard 48-27 Wishbone whomping of third-ranked Texas, the most points and most yards—435 on the ground—against the Longhorns since Royal took over in 1957. "You can't compare outstanding teams," Royal said later, "but OU has the best team I've seen since I've been here. I think Oklahoma has a super football team. They have such fantastic speed ... such unbelievable speed ... they're going to make it tough on anybody they play." The leading speed merchant was halfback Greg Pruitt, who breezed for 214 yards in 20 carries on the heels of a 16-for-205 performance the previous week against Southern California. Colorado Next Next on tap for the Sooners is a home game against fifth- ranked Colorado, a 24-14 winner over Iowa State. Top rated Nebraska, which opened defense of its Big Eight cham- Major College Grid Standings Ma (or Independents By Tha Associated press W Florida State S Notre Dam» 4 Penn State * Boston College 4 South Caroline * Utah State * West Virginia 4 Houston Unlv 3 Air Force 3 Holy Cross 2 Temple z Syracuse 2 ClndnnaH 3 Colgate 2 Army 2 Pittsburgh 2 Miami, FIB 2 New Mexico St 2 Tulane 2 Georgia Tech 2 Vlllanova Northern Illinois South Mississippi Rutgers ... Marshall Unlv Texas, Arlington Navy Dayton Virginia Tech Xavler L T Pts OP 0 0 118 45 S? 16 158 31 127 61 101 58 106 63 11? 69 86 62 74 41 58 58 75 27 54 45 95 55 89 108 41 99 103 135 87 62 77 100 73 83 60 64 70 72 112 144 3? 93 71 97 45 145 22 103 54 193 57 136 67 107 33 86 Conference All Games WLTPtsOPWLT Pts OP No Carolina 2 0 O 62 21 4 1 0146 58 Clemson Duke Wk Forest Maryland No Caro St Virginia 1 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 28 2 4 1 1 0 32 35 3 1 2 O 63 60 1 3 0 27 65 1 0 77 24 2 0 89 80 4 0 89109 2 0 35 76 1 4 0 62 123 1 0 0 28 1 4 0 47 151 Michigan Ohio State Purdue Northwest Mich Stata Minnesota Wisconsin Illinois Indiana Iowa Big Ten Conference Conference All W L T Pts OP W.L 2 0 0 45 19 SO 76 31 72 24 53 35 23 24 41 27 46 53 10 34 29 63 1 37125 0 2 0 2 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 3 Games T Pts OP 0185 19 0125 54 0114 72 0 77 91 0 56 62 0106113 1 125 111 0 24 1 41 0 55 88 0 70 202 Big Sky Athletic Conference Conference All Games WLTPISOPWLT Pts OP Weber St 2 0 0 43 14 4 0 0117 40 Boise State 2 1 0 96 58 4 1 0131 82 Idaho 2 1 0 75 57 3 2 0 92 81 North Arlr 1 1 0 32 39 1 4 0 81 153 Idaho St 0 1 0 3 40 2 2 0 54 76 Montana St 0 1 0 16 25 2 3 0103 106 Montana 0 2 0 36 68 3 2 0115 103 Ivy League Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Cornell 1 0 0 19 8 3 0 0 88 45 Dartmth 1 0 0 19 3 3 0 0 78 19 Harvard ] 0 0 21 19 2 1 0 54 47 Yale 1 0 0 17 10 2 1 061 38 Columbia - 1 1 0 41 41 1 2 0 41 44 Penn 1 1 0 20 35 2 1 0 48 49 Brown 0 2 0 26 34 0 3 0 47 68 Princeton 0 2 0 28 41 0 3 0 46 74 Stanford California Oregon Oregon St UCLA South Calif Washgton Wash State Paciflc-B Conference Conference All Games WLTPtsOPWLT Pts OP 2 0 0 55 23 4 1 0115 35 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 30 27 45 61 61 47 51 55 23 28 6 17 21 34 0107 133 0 95 159 0 133 153 0 86 150 0105 78 0 205 99 0 114139 pionship with a 36-0 pounding of Missouri, visits Norman, Okla., on Thanksgiving Day. S e c o n d-ranked Michigan broke open a close game by downing Michigan State 24-13 Auburn struggled past unheralded Southern Mississippi 2714 thanks to another super Pat Sullivan-Terry Beasley aerial exhibition. Alabama, No. 6, flattened Vanderbilt 42-0 with Johnny Musso setting a Southeastern Conferert"* career touchdown mark and Notre Dame's mighty defense—16 points allowed in four games—manhandled Miami of Florida in a 17-0 victory for the seventh-ranked Irish. Rounding out the Top Ten, ninth-rated Penn State broke a scoreless tie with eight seconds left in the first half and went on to drub Army 42-0. Georgia, the No. 10 team, posted Mississippi 38-7. In the Second Ten, Stanford's 19th-ranked Indians tomahawked Sonny Sixkiller, Washington's Cherokee quarterback, and made off with a 17-6 triumph over the error-plagued Huskies, the No. 11 team. Broke Deadlock Oklahoma's Pruitt, a 5-foot-9 bundle of zigs and zags, scored the Sooners' first touchdown on a one-yard run and snapped a 14-all deadlock with gallops of four and 20 yards in the second period as Texas got a taste of its own Wishbone-T medicine. Jack Mildren, quarterbacking magician who directs the Soo ner attack, said he wasn't worried when Texas jumped off to 7-0 and 14-7 leads. "I think we can run on anybody," Mildren said. "I believe we're No. 1 but I'm sure teams like Nebraska and Colorado think they're No. 1, also." Missouri's Al Onofrio thinks Nebraska is No. 1 after Jerry Tagge, the Cornhuskers' quarterback, set a school total offense mark of 319 yards—234 passing and 85 running—in pacing a 603-yard offensive display, most ever against a Missouri team. Onofrio called the Huskers "a much better football team" than last season's national champs. "They've got better balance, more poise," he said, "Nebraska has everything." Vote For Michigan Michigan State's star tackle Ron Curl cast a vote for Michigan after the Wolverines shredded the Spartans' vaunted defenses for 322 yards on the ground, with Billy Taylor rambling for 117 and two touchdowns despite a shoulder injury. The first TD came on a 38-yard scamper. "They kept coming and coming at us," said Curl. "With the halfbacks and fullbacks they have, sometimes tliey don't need a line." Auburn's Sullivan connected on 23 of 39 passes for 238 yards against upset-minded Southern Mississippi, including scoring pitches to Robby Robinett, Dick Schmalz and Beasley, who grabbed 11 for 100 yards. J.B. Dean, a sophomore, kicked a 32-yard field goal and came up with a late interception to help Colorado stave off Iowa State. Ken Johnson's 11-yard pass to Willie Nichols early in the third period snapped a 14-all tie. Alabama's Musso broke loose for a 17-yard score in the first period, his 32nd career touchdown, breaking the mark set by Georgia's Charlie Trippi in the 1940s. Led by massive end Walt Pa- tuls'-'*, Notre Dame held Miami to 111 yards total offense and sophomore Cliff Brown, replacing the injured Bill Etter in the second period, quarterbacked the Irish to victory on scoring runs by Bob Minnix and Darryll Dewan. Lions Run Wild John Hufnagel passed 14 yards to Scott Skarzynski just before the intermission and Penn State erupted for five more scores within 11 minutes of the second half, three by fancy-stepping Lydell Mitchell, to trounce Army. The running of quarterback Andy Johnson and sub tailback Jimmy Poulos sparked Georgia over Mississippi. Stanford nailed Sixkiller for losses totaling 42 yards in the first half and scored following a poor punt, an interception—one of three by Benny Barnes—and a partia'ty blocked punt.. Southwest Conference Conference All Games W L T Pis OP W L T Pts OP Arkansas 2 0 0 84 22 4 1 0 186 73 Texas 1 0 0 28 0 3 1 0 118 65 Texas Tech 1 1 0 28 35 2 3 0 60 73 Rice 000 0 0130 38 96 SMU 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 40 109 Beylor 0 1 0 7 35 1 3 0 32 98 Texas A&M 0 1 0 7 28 1 4 0 55 123 TCU 0 1 0 1 5 49 1 2 1 97 107 Pacific Coast Athletic Association Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 1 0 0 21 7 1 3 0 48 135 1 0 0 14 7 2 2 0 75 70 _ _..„ 1 0 0 14 7 2 1 0 44 27 Long Beach 1 1 0 43 44 2 3 0 128 128 San Jose St 1 1 0 37 42 1 3 0 67 110 000 0 0120 42 64 0 3 0 28 50 0 5 0 41 88 S Barbara Fresno St S Diego St L.A. State Pacific U i Ohio Valley Conference Conference All W L T Pts OP W L Mid TennSt 2 0 0 40 25 3 2 Tenn Tech West Ky E Kentucky Morehd St Murray St Aust Peay E Tenn St 47 6 82 14 60 54 77 23 17 75 1 16 82 1 24 84 0 4 0 3 1 4 1 3 1 3 3 5 Games T Pts OP 0 77 90 0 84 30 0 129 38 0101 73 0 106 29 0 49 123 0 50 82 0 58 129 Small College Top 10 Results Top Ten College Division Football By The Associated Press Here's how The Associated Press Col lege Division Top Ten teams fared this week: 1. North Dakota State, 5-0, beat Augus tana, S.D., 23-7. 2. Arkansas State, 2-1, lost to Southern Illinois, 21-14. 3. Grambllng, 4-1, lost to Tennessee A&l 41-35. 4. Delaware, 4-0, beat Lafayette, 49-0. 5. Western kentucky, 3-1, lost to Eastern Michigan, 17-14. 6. Eastern Michigan, 4-0, beat Western Kentucky, 17-14, 7. Eastern Kentucky, 4-1, lost to Middle Tennessee, 3MB, 8. Montana, 3-2, lost to Boise State, 4724. 9. Akron, 4-0, beat North Texas State, 20-6. 10. 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An hour earlier, driver Jimmy Cox, of San Diego was killed when his car collided 5 with another during a consolation race at the Western States Sprint Car Championships. How They Fared Top Twenty Ma|or College Football By The Associated Press Haw the fop 20 college football teams In The Associated Press poll fared Saturday: I. Nebraska, 5-0, beat Missouri 36-0 1 Michigan, 5-0, beat Michigan State 24-13 3. Texas 3-1, lost to Oklahoma 48-27. 4. Auburn, 4-0, beat Southern Mississippi 27-14 5. Colorado, 5-0, beat Iowa State 24-14 6. Alabama, 5-0, beat Vanderbilt 42-0, night 7. Notre Dame, 4-0, beat Miami, Fla.,' 17-0, night. 8. Oklahoma, 4*, beat Texas 48-27 9. Penn State, 4-0, beat Army 42-0 10. Georgia, 5-0, beat Mississippi 38-7 II. Washington, 4-1, lost to Stanford 17-6 12. Arizona State, 4-0, beat Colorado State 42-0 13. Tennessee, 3-1, beat Georgia Tech 10-6 14. Duke, 4-1, lost to Clemson 3-0 15. Ohio State, 3-1, beat Illinois 24-10 16. Louisiana State, 4-1, beat Florida 487, night, 17. Arkansas, 4-1, beat Baylor 35-7, night 18. North Carolina, 4-1, lost to Tulane 37-29 19. Stanford, 4-1, beat Washington 17-6 20. Toledo, 5-0, beat Bowling Green 24-7 Hutchinson News Monday, Oct. 11, 1971 Page 8 No Place for Naughty Pessimists KANSAS CITY (AP) Shame on the people who said the Oklahoma Sooners weren't for real and that the Kansas Jayhawks wouldn't win another game this season. The Sooners did Saturday what only one other Oklahoma team had been able to do in the last 13 years -beat Texas. Greg Pruitt and his wishbone-T mates thrashed the Longhorns but good, stunning 73,580 spectators and Texas in the Cotton Bowl 48-27. Pruitt made three touchdowns for the eighth-ranked Sooners against the third-rated Texans. . Kansas, with sophomore quarterback David • Jaynes blooming into a star, slaughtered old and bitter rival Kansas State 39-13 in a Big Eight Conference game. Jaynes tossed three touchdown passes, j Buffs Still Fifth-ranked Colorado clung to the Big Eight lead by finally overcoming Iowa State 24-14, and top-ranked Nebraska opened defense of its conference crown by burying Missouri 36-0. Oklahoma State came from behind in the last two minutes for a 1414 tie with Texas Christian in a non-conference scrap. Oklahoma's 48 points and 425 rushing yards are the most ever piled up against a Texas team coached by Darrell Royal, and lie has guided the Longhorns 14 years. Pruitt scored on runs of one, four and 20 yards and carried 21 times for 219 yards. Twice Oklahoma fell behind and twice the Sooners got even. The Sooners lowered the boom BIG EIGHT STANDINGS Conference All Games W L T w L T Pts. Opp. Colorado 2 0 0 5 0 0 162 83 Nebraska 1 0 0 5 0 0 181 27 Kansas 1 0 0 3 2 0 122 81 Oklahoma 0 0 0 4 0 0 166 76 Okla. State 0 0 0 2 1 1 74 68 Iowa State 0 1 0 3 1 0 99 65 Missouri 0 1 0 1 4 0 36 96 Kansas State 0 2 0 2 3 0 83 87 Saturday's Results Nebraska 36, Missouri 0 Kansas 39, Kansas State 13 Oklahoma 48, Texas 27 Oklahoma State 14, TCU 14, tie Colorado 24, Iowa State 14 This Week's Games Saturday — Iowa State at Kansas State; Oklahoma State at Missouri; Kansas at Nebraska; Colorado at Oklahoma. GARY PLAYER'S GOLF CLASS: GOtFERS WHO HAVE THIS CONCAV£\ WRIST ACTION THROUGH THE BAIL NEVER GET DISTANCE, TOM;. Al MPACT, THE FORCE APPLIED TO 7HE BAll SHOULD COME FROM IN FRONT OF IT/ NOT FROM BEHIND. IN OTHER WORDS IT SHOULD BE A PUIUN6 AC1WU AS OPPOSED TO A PUSHING ACTION. Pull-don't push • KAYUMOOK NWVVCNI I, TO. All GREAT PLAYERS HAVE CONVEX WRISTS GOING THROUGH THE BAIL NOTE HOW THE BACk OF MY LEFT HAND AND THE PAW OF MY RIGHT FACE THE HOLE/IS I f!UU THROUGH Sylvania Black & White TV priced as low as ordinary brands For the best in personal, private viewing. 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Williams, a sophomore like Jaynes, also scored on a 46-yard run and made 102 yards on 13 carries. Jaynes hit on 12 of 18 passes for 163 yards. Kansas, 3-2, gained a 10-0 halftime lead on the Jaynes-to- Williams nine-yard pass and Bob Helmbacher's 40-yard field goal. Kansas State, 2-3 and 0-2 in the Big Eight, never caught up although the Wildcats pulled up to 10-7 in the second period on Isaac Jackson's seven-yard romp. Colorado made its record 5-0 and 2-0 in the conference with its hard-to-come-by triumph over Iowa State, 3-1. The Buffaloes broke a 7-7 halftime tie in the third period with a 70- yard drive that ended with Ken Johnson's 11-yard pass to Willie Nichols. Iowa State got even again late in the third quarter on Dean Carlson's nine-yard run and Reggie Shoemake's second extra point. J.B. Dean's 37-yard field goal with 6:48 to play broke the 14-14 deadlock. Branch Broke It Open The game was still in doubt until Cliff Branch rolled eight yards for a Colorado touchdown with only 42 seconds remaining. Charlie Davis ground out 113 yards on 17 carries for Colorado. Jerry Tagge, Nebraska's super quarterback, gathered a school record of 319 yards in total offense as the Cornhuskers administered the worst licking on a Missouri team ever in the Tigers' Memorial Stadium at Columbia, Mo. For nearly 1% quarters, it was a scoreless contest. Jeff i Kinney broke the ice with a one-yard TD run that climaxed a 67-yard march. The Huskers drove 55 yards for a second touchdown with Kinney smacking over from the three, and Nebraska was out front at the half 16-0. Nebraska stacked up 603 yards in total offense, the most a Missouri team has ever yielded. Missouri got some small con­ solation out' of the game: The Tigers became the first team to hold Nebraska, 5-0, scoreless this season in the first quarter. Missouri is 1-4. 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