The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on November 1, 1970 · Page 59
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Weber Ground Attack Buries NAU as Mager Leads Way BYU'S Pete VanValkenberg (28) is surrounded by Wyoming defenders as he runs for yardage during Saturday's WAC game in Provo. Wyoming players are Dick Rosener (68), Frosty Franklin (61), Dan Gleaspn (69) and Dave Wentworth (88).--Standard- Examiner UPl'Telephoto. Stars Clip Rockets By 122-113 SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) - ham Young combined an alert defense and the passing of scrambling Brian Gunderson to Donnie Freeman a n d Zelmo post a 23-3 victory over mis- Beaty combined for 63 points to take riddled Wyoming Saturday. BYU Scores First Victory Over Wyoming Since 1962 PROVO, Utah (UPI) -- Brig- The contest saw 'two new I moved lead the undefeated Utah Stars to a 122-113 American Basket- The Cougars defense turned in six pass interceptions and recovered three fumbles and Gun- NCAA career records establish- BYU's ed--one by BYU's Chris ·Fara- sopoulos and the other by Bob Jacobs of Wyoming. Farasopoul- os set a new NCAA mark for combined kickoff and punt returns while Jacobs established a new field goal record. . After a scoreless first'period,! from its own 36 to 15 where quarterback Scott Freeman fumbled on a handoff and BYU's Jeff Lyman recovered. A Gunderson fumble stopped an earlier BYU drive on the Cowboys 49. By DON WARNER FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.-Dale Mager, ISO-pound bundle of fiery running fury, triggered devastating Weber State ground attack that buried Northern Arizona University here Saturday afternoon, 38-6, m a Big Sky Conference-football game. Mager ran f o r two touchdowns, passed for another, and engineered a potent Weber I ground attack that overwhelmed I the Lumberjacks in the second half. The Wildcats, holding a slim 7-6 lead at halftime, unleashed I a brutal second half ground assault which saw Weber State put 31 points on the board in a great display of offensive power. Weber came to play Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats were a t o u g h , hard-hitting football team.. Weber's defensive unit played well, especially in the second half, and Mager gave the Wildcats t lr e i r finest ' quarterbacking of the season. Weber is now 2-2 in Big. Sky play, and 4-4 overall. Northern Arizona, went down to its sixth straight defeat and is now 2-6 on the season and (H in conference play. Weber will take to the road again next Saturday to face the University of Idaho in Pullman, Wash. KEPT OFF BALANCE Mager scored on runs of 49 ball Association victory over, d erso n, a take-charge sopho- the Denver Rockets Saturday! more, passed for two touch-) Gunderson directed the night. - i downs-as the Cougars defeated Jon an 81 - yard scoring TWO APIECE Farasopoulos, Lyman hit DeGrenier in the end zone!yard field goal with 51 seconds with a five-yard scoring strike. Weber's John. S m i t h broke through to block'the extra point attempt and the Wildcats held a remaining in the period to increase Weber's 1 e ad to 17-6, Then Mager put tie game out of reach early in the fourth quai-|kick). kick). NAU--DeGrenier 5 pass from Doherty (kick failed). Weber--Mager 21 run (Nunez slim 7-6 lead with 7:06 remain- ter when he found Laughery on a 24-yard scoring bomb.- Wilson added insult to injury moments later when he peeled off a 70-yard run to up the score to 31-6. . Weber's final score came on Lumberjack 21-yard line. Ma- i a beautiful 24-yard pass from re- ing in the half. That score held up until halftime. As the second half got under way, Weber marched 60 -yards on the ground and moved to the ger then shot around, end, found daylight, and rambled into the end zone. Nunez added the PAT and Weber moved to a 14-6 lead with 7:30 left in the third quarter. serve quarterback Mike Rodgers to flanker Randy McDougall. Score by .quarters: Weber ......... 7 0 NAU Scoring: . 0 6 10 0 21--38 0-6 Weber--Nunez 37 field goal. Weber -- Laughery 24 pass from Mager (Nunez kick). Weber--Wilson 78 run (Nunez kick). Weber -- McDougall 24 pass from Rodgers (Nunez kick). STATISTICS First downs 17 Net yards rushing . 195 Passes 4-16-2 Return yardage ... 24 Punts 6-37.0 Nunez then tacked on a 37- Weber--Mager 49 run (Nunez Funmles lost ....... 2-2 Yards penalized ... 35 21 413 4-104 43 3-29.6 24 122 Freeman and Beaty led a *» - ** since for the score. It was fourth period rally that sewed] Gunderson threw 12 yards to!BYU's first touchdown of the up Utah's fifth consecutive v i e - i tailback Dave Coon in the sec-jseason on a pass, tory before 5,173 fans in thejond period for his first touch-! BOUNCED BACK Salt Palace idown and added a 24-yard scor-l ^ two teams were locked g^ £ Pe^Van Valgn-, In a see-saw battle in the first jjjmjspeth ^ fj rs j. victory half with Utah carrying a 56-551 over the Cowboys, lead into the dressing room at and kept the NAU defense off balance all afternoon. and Buford Wilson, who entered uiterceptionsiflie contest in the second quar- against the harrassed j ter as a replacement for an into tie a school rec-! jured Jim Edwards, rambled for lord. Hansen's thefts gave him 158 yards, which included a 78- eight for the year,. just one short of the BYU season record. Wyoming BYU 0 3 0 0 -- 3 0 6 7 10--23 BYU -- Coon 12, pass from Cowboys bounced back a 23-yard field goal by Jacobs that gave the Zozeman, j Gunderson (kick failed) Mont., senior the NCAA career! Wyoming- FG 23 Jacobs ' BYU -- VanValkenberg 24, from Standard-Examiner, Sunday, Nov. 1, 1970 ID Late Touchdown Gives CSU 2043 Win Over Aggies vard ya touchdo^r r^FuUbaok TMRT COLLINS, Colo. (UPI)(uprights with his 57 yarder with Sck KnS Sed the lofl-Lawrence McCutcfeon power-jU:58 to play, in the third period. and 21 yards and threw a 24- yard scoring bomb to flanker Mark Laughery. The slick-running Mager ran for 159 yards halftime. FINISHED WITH 27 Rookie Ralph Simpson, farm-] ming end zone. er Michigan State star, kept! APPEARED TRAPPED easy loft to VanValkenberg, who was standing alone in tie Wyo- ing the game with Jerry De- Poyster, who also played .at Wyoming. Farasopoulos, who had 3 vards of kickoff returns and- yard mark as he ran for yards. The Wildcats amazing 413 yards on the ground, which is a new school opened the game by I record. ed his way over from the one-j The Rams scored again the yard Hn. with ,ess than *. ^-j-t £. ^had. ^ baj, utes to. play Saturday to give| pass to McCutcheon and Torzala Colorado State University a 20-1 added the point after. Utah State FOOTBALL RESULTS Weber State 38, Northern Arizona 6 Colorado State 20, Utah State 13 Utah 13, San Jose State 9 BYU 23, Wyoming 3 Idaho 37, Montana State 24 Montana 31, Portland State 25 Boise State 24, Idaho State 3 New Mexico 35, Texas-El Pasa 16 Air force 23, Arizona 20 Southern Utah 24, Westminster 12 Ricks 9, Trinidad (Colo.) 8 Memphis State 33, So. Mississippi 0 New Mexico St. 32, No. Texas State 31 Arkansas State 49, LaMar Tech 7 Washington 25, Oregon 23 Dayton 21, No. Illinois 20 Delaware 15, Temple 73 Alabama 35, Mississippi Sit. 6 Auourn 63, Florida H Davidson 55, VMI 21 No. Carolina 30, Virginia IS Richmond 3), The Citadel 14 Tennessee 41, Wake Forest 7 Tulane 10, Vanderbilt 7 Iowa 14, Minnesota 14 Michigan 29, Wisconsin 15 Ohio State 24, Northwestern Iti Nebraska 29, Colorado 13 California 13, Southern Cal 10 Stanford 48, Oregon State 10 Abilene Christian 33, Drake 13 Bowling Green 26, Marshall 24 Boston U. 34, Connecticut 9 Kansas State 17, Missouri 13 Toledo 14, Miami (Ohio) 13 Texas 42, SMU 15 Oklahoma 29, Iowa State 28 TCU 24, Baylor 17 New Hampshire 59, Rhode Island 7 !next time they had the balli Evansviiie 37, Butier'is 1 " -,,.. .',,:,, ort-non Cincinnati 35. Wichita St; Syracuse 43, Pittsburoh 13 13 corne-from-behind homecom-| knotted the score at 1343 with ing victory over Utah State and 11:58 left in the game on an Denver on Utah's heels in thej Gunderson appeared .'trapped | yards of punt returns," broke j first half with 18 points. He fin-jfor a huge loss but-.shook freejthe previous Combined^mark of 1 ished with 27. Larry Cannon led j and threw easily for the touch' with 31. led the Stars by Beaty with Veteran Wayne Hightower turned, in a sparkling defensive down. . . increased the 2,253 yards by Dick Lyons--of Kentucky. A 38-yard field goal by Joe quist kick) BYU -- VanValkenberg 1 run (Liljenquist kick) BYU -- FG 38 Liljenquist A--22,551. 'STATISTICS Wyo. BYU strategy paid off as the Lumberjacks were unable to move the ball oil their 'first series of McCutcheon also ran 68 yards with a screen pass from senior quarterback Wayne Smith for a First Downs Passing yardage Rushing yardage 14 197 11 149 _ ^ _ _ _ _ _ _ ^ _ _ 118 62 ileaXto.i)^ ; mcmente : 'later 1 when Liljenquist closed out .the" scor-iRetunf yardage J6 122 he. cracked ,.oyer: from the one ling for the Cougars. passes 18-38-b 11M7-U after Dan Hansen intercepted a In the opening period, fum-j Punts pass and returned it to the iob for Utah on Bryon Beck, il7 . . , .. the Rockets' leading scorer, 'jWyoming 5-yard line. Beck was seld to seven points, 7-37 bles killed potential scoring Fumbles lost drives by both clubs. Wyoming Yards penalized 3 100 10-39 3 55 all of them coming in the second half. Box: DENVER G F T 4 3-41! Sidle 3 1 - 1 7 Beck 7 1-2 15 Keye 1011-11 31 Cannon 3 0-0 6 Wright 3 4-4 10 Hammond 12 3-3 27 Simpson 3 0-0 6 Hester BATTLE OF FIELD GOALS 45 23-25 113 Utes Outlast Spartans 13-9 SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) --The| Spartans dropped to 1-6. |stop the Redskins on" three con- wse? u2 4 : university of Utah converted a' Linebacker Ron Kelley ofisecutive plays on fourth down. ~~~ , third period pass interception (Utah turned in the big play j Utah kicking specialist' Marv UTAH G F T , Bobbins 4 2-2 10 ( Hightower 6 5-6 17 j Beaty 12 7-9 31 I Rreeman 11 10-12 321 Congdon 0 1-1 1 Stone 7 0-2 14 Butler 2 3-3 13 Jackson 0 0 - 0 0 ; Totals 43 29-: goals-Utah, Butler 2, Wise 'into the game's only touchdown Personal fouis-siddie 2, Beck 5, Keye ] t 0 turn, back stubborn San Jose 5, Cannon 1, Wright 3, Simpson 6, «ester| c , , -, ,,,,,. 10 Q · orv ·_(.._ 3, Robbins 5, Hishtower 3, Beaty 3, Free- State College 13-9 in an Hlter- sectional football game before man 5, Stone 1, Butler 1, Jackson 1, Wise 2. Total Fouls-Denver 25, Utah 21.' Denver 27 28 26 32-113 Utah 20 36 28 38-122 A-5,573. by intercepting a pass by Spar-! Bateman missed on a 42-yard tan quarterback Ivan Lippi on the San Jose State 49-yard line midway through the third per- 10,000 fans here Saturday night, iod. Kelley returned it 17 yards The victory raised Utah's sea-1 to the 32. son record to 4-3, while the I The Spartans toughened to field goal attempt. But San Jose was charged with a 15-yard roughing the kicker penalty, allowing Utah to''keep possession and giving, the Skins a first) down on the SJS 17. TOUCHDOWN AERIAL of I old form, moved to the NAU 49 in two carries. Mager then shot to the outside on an option play, reversed his field a n d dashed 49 yards for the touchdown. Jaime Nunez tacked' oh the PAT and Weber took a 7-0 lead with: 11:44 remaining in the first, quarter. INTERFERENCE CALL Weber continued to dominate play for the remainder of (he first quarter, but a pass interference call gave the Lumberjacks good field position on the Wildcat 30-yard line. But Weber's John Pica lowered the boom on. fullback Phil Tate, forcing a fumble and teammate Rick Steere fell on the ball to snuff out tie NAU threat. Northern Arizona got a big break early in the second quarter when Weber punter D o n Ritchey got a bad punt off me side of his foot which ended up a minus one-yard kick on the Weber 20-yard line. Steve Maier, Northern Arizona's fine running b a c k , slashed down to the 10 and Jack FINAL MARGIN McCutcheon, who picked up 104 yards rushing and 117 yards 'scoring plunge called back in|pass receiving, then gave the ' - . . . . . r the final margin with 3:58 the contest. W«li vri£ ini^.*i *»" u u w^*. *ww v* * . t T T f J downs and'quick kicked to^the touchdown and had a five-yard .field goal specialist Dan Torzala kicked two field goals including a 57 yarder that set a Western Athletic Conference record and converted on two extra- point kicks. Torzala had kicked Utah State began moving following McCutcheon's score but junior cornerback Wayne Burris intercepted, his second pass of the game on the CSU 16 with one field goal in six attempts | Ifss than a minute lef to insure going into this game. (the win. CSU is now 2-6 and Utah State 3-3. Boston College 21, Army 13 Colgate 21, lehigh 12 Cornell 31, Columbia 20 Dartmouth 10, Yale 0 Penn State 42, West Virginia 8 Princeton 45. Brown 14 Rutgers 21, Bucknell 7 Villsnova 42, Xavier 14 Clemson 24, Maryland 11 Georgia Tech 24, Duke 16 Kentucky Tech 35,- William and Mary U Illinois 23, Purdue 21 Michigan State 32, Indiana 7 Notre Dame 56, Navy 7 Western Michigan 52. Ohio (1. 25 Arkanras 45, fexas AM 6 Hsrvard 38, Penn 23 Massachusetts 48, Vermont 6 Lafayette 21, Gettysburg 14 No. Dakota State 35, So. Dakota State 10 Linfield 35, College of Idaho 7 Texas Tech 3, Rice 0 Louisville 14. Kent State 13 Southern Illinois 69, Bradley 3 Utah State 8 Colorado State . 3 CSU--FG Torzala 40 US--Garnett 2 4pass from Adams (kick failed) Torzala 57 ACCOUNTED FOR ALL Sophomore quarterback Tony Adams accounted for all of Utah State scoring with, two touchdown passes to flanker Wes Gannett and One extra point. j CSU-McCutcheon 69 pass from Smith (Tor-1 Utah Sate enjoyed a 6-3 half- ul^Ga'rni time lead following a 24-yard scoring pass from Adams'to Garnett with 9:23 letf in the first half. Torbala booted ;a '40-yard field goal in the opening quarter for the Pvams score, '·' CSU opened the third quarter | scoring the first time they had WILDCAT GAME : gFILMS MONDAY Quarterback Scooter: : Long- DeGrenier lugged it to the Wild- meyer flipped a'li-yard pass) cat five. Quarterback Pete Doto end Dale Nosworthy and two plays later, the pair connected on a two-yard touchdown aerial. jjfhe rest of the scoring was a kicking duel between Bateman and San Jose field goal specialist Larry Barnes. Bateman put Utah ahead 3-0 in the eriod with a 22-yard field) goal. Barnes matched it with j herty then rolled to his right and Boise State man put Utah ahead 3-0 in the).* · i first period with a 22-yard field) D0nCIQlS Ban matched it with j ^ one of his own from the same distance for score. poCATELLO, Idaho (AP) -- San Jose went ahead 6-3 in the third on Barnes' 41- yard three pointer. Later, Barnes booted his third goal of the game, this one from 301 yards-out, to make it 10-9 early! in the, fourth. Bateman upped Utah's edge to 13-9 with his second three- pointer of the game. It came with 4:42 remaining and was from 33 yards out. ,, (Utah - J 0 7 3 -- 1 3 v.i San Jose .-.......; 03 3 3 -- 9 U -- FG Bafeman 23 SJS -- FG Barnes 41 SJS -- FG Barnes 23 U -- Nosworthy 3 pass from Longmeyer (Bateman kick) SJS -- ' FG Barnes " 31 U -- FG Bateman 33 A -- 10,000 STATISTICS Utah San Jose Ste. First downs Rushing yardage , -a 3-3 halftime | A {umble and a pas s interception set .up two third period kick) rnett 8 pass from Adams (Adams 1 run (Torzala kick) CSU-- McCutcheon A-20,156 First down Rushing yardage Return yardaga Passes STATISTICS Utah State Fort Coilins the ball when Torzala split Hie Fumbles lost Yards penalized 23 23 197 207 . ' 125 77 13-27-4 12-25-T . 5-38 4-41 0 2 133 63 Films of Saturday's Weber State College-Northern Arizona University -football game will be shown at a noon luncheon Monday in the Ramada Inn. Sponsored by the Wildcat Club, members and their guests are invited. Coach Sark Arslanian will narrate the film. Passing yardage (Return yardage Passes Punts I Fumbles lost I Yai'ds penalized 17 17 15 79 118 156 114 134 24-13-1 2B-14-2 9-41.3 7-44.3 1 0 31 56 PRO BASKETBALL CO-CAPTAINS Brad Hawkins and Mike Gale and head coach Larry Neves (left to right) proudly display the Ogden Standard-Examiner-KLO rotating award the Bonneville Lakers won for snaring the city-county football championship. The award was made during a pep assembly Friday and ]ater in the day the Lakers wrapped up the Region One crown by beating Box Elder 28-20. NBA San Diego 121, Atlanta 117 New York 121. Detroit 89 Boston 133, Philadelphia 102 Baltimore 1C6, Phoenix 103 Milwaukee 121, Cincinnati 100 Seattle 122, Chicago 119 Portland 107, Buffalo 102 ABA Utah 122, Denver 113 Louisville 113, New York 100 Virginia 113, Pirtsbi/rgh 1)0 touchdowns by fullback Mike Haley Saturday night as powerful Boise State posted a 24-3 Big Conference football victory Idaho State. Haley's first TD came on a 20-yard pass from quarterback Eric Guthrie after the Broncos had recovered a fumble deep in ISU territory. Haley.had fumbled in the ISU end zone just minutes before to end an earlier scoring attempt. Later in'the third period, Haley plunged over from the v one following Bronco defensive back Steve Forfey's pass interception on the ISU 32. OPENING MINUTES An interception by Forrey in the opening minutes of the first period set up a 33-yard field goal by Guthrie that began the scoring. Ross Wright scored on an 8- yard run for the Broncos later, in the first period. ISU's only score came in the second period on Louis Hurst's! 30-yard field goal. Guthrie was unable to connect on four passes in the first half, but finished the game 8-16 for 151 yards. ISU quarterback Jerry Dunne completed only 111 of 32 passes for 123 yards. He I had four passes intercepted. I UTAH STATE'S John Strycula (16) runs into Colorado State's Mike Guthrie (57) as he is stopped during Saturday's game in Ft. Collins. No. 63 for the Aggies is John Forzani, while No. 30 is. Jerry Holmes. The Rams upset USU 20-13.-Standard-Examiner UPI Telephoto.

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