The Miami News from Miami, Florida on January 2, 1973 · 23
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1 , , 1 1,1 : A casual flip after 3rd touchdown Cornhuskers break three OBC records Nebraska set three Orange Bowl Classic records in defeating Notre Dame last night. They are: Most points by an individual: Johnny Rodgers' 24, breaking the record of 19 set by Alabama's Bobby Luna in 1953. against Syracuse. Most first downs by a team: 30, bettering the record of 29 held by Alabama since its 1966 game against Nebraska. , Most players used by one team: 61, shattering Alabama's record of 47 set in 1953. Both Notre Dame and Nebraska put in new offensive formations for last night's Orange Bowl Classic. Nebraska's worked, Notre Dame's didn't. ' Nebraska's new formation had Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers lined up as a running hack fop the first time of his V ars i ty career and First carry: Rodgers returns open ing kickoff to Nebraska 24-yard-line 44, kjAie "b ... utilized him inside rushing plays, "They didn't expect it," said Nebraska quarterback Dave Humm. "And John did such a great job, it made my job seem easy. All I did was close my eyes," he said, laughing. Notre Damee caught Nebraska off-guard briefly early ly.......,...H.ti..uh y.'...,.'i:.:p..o.s..'s had him almost thumping his chest with pride. "I wouldn't want to do it all year," he said, "but I'm not too small to do any kind ot a job." This prompted inquiries from the crush of newsmen around him about whether he is angered that some people say he's too small for pro football at 5 feet 9 and 168. , "No, it doesn't really bother me," he said, "because most people my size couldn't play. But I'm an exceptional person. "I wouldn't trade my size to be a big man. I can do things a big man can't. If I put on a lot of weight, maybe I wouldn't be able to do those things so well. "I think if I lift weights I can get up to 180," he said. "I try to put on a few pounds each year. But I feel I'm big enough at 178. I think I proved to people tonight that I can take the punishment of running inside." Rodgers' running allowed Nebraska to score on its first possession, a 76-yard drive, and set the game's pattern. Notre Dame was out of the game by the time it scored in the fourth quarter. Rodgers illustrated his elusiveness best on his touchdown reception, a 50-yard maneuver on which he caught quarterback Dave Humm's pass at the line of scrimmage, headed down the right sidelines and zig-zagged near the 15 to leave three Notre Dame players grabbing at air. Of his touchdown pass, a 52-yarder to Frosty Anderson in the second quarter and the first of his career, he said, "when I got the ball I turned around and looked and there was nobody but him. I told myself 'don't overthrow and don't underthrow.' " The victory allowed retiring coach Bob Devaney to exit a winner. And Rodgers said he was happy to show his thanks to Devaney for the coach's support in the Heisman balloting. "1 wanted this game more for coach Devaney than anything," Rodgers said. "Our whole team wanted it bad. Maybe we wanted it worse then they wanted it." Orange Bowl Game photos by Joe Rimkus, John Peelle, George Kochaniec and Leonard Parness Last carry: Rodgers takes screen pass 50 yards for his 4th touchdown Changes catch Notre Dame off guard in the game by passing tn a running back who had been put in motion. But the Irish could do little right after that, with their only touchdown coming 1:09 into the fourth period on a five-yard pass from quarterback Tom Clements to end Pete Demmerle. By that time, the score had reached 40-0. Continued from 1B "They came out with some different stuff," Nebraska defensive end Willie Harper said, "but after awhile they had to come back to what they had been doing during the regular season. "We hurt 'em a lot by blitzing in the second half. We had eight people rushing in on 'cm." 'Roe E;ers the best I saw, but II covered him well' By JEFF KLINKENBERG Miami News Reporter When he looks back, Tim Rudnick will most certainly remember the lopsided score. And he will remember Johnny Rodgers' four touchdowns and the fifth he threw. But he will also remember that hiclid a credible job covering Nebraska's Heisman Trophy winning wingback. You try to look on the good side of things. "Rodgers was the best I saw all year," the junior defensive back said, following Nebraska's 40-6 victory. "But I thought I covered him well. , He only caught two passes on me the whole night and I tackled him right away." Rudnick did give up a touchdown pass, however. Rodgers fouled him up with a 52 yard pass to Frosty Anderson for the score, after a lateral. It was the first pass Rodgers, the wingback, had thrown this season. "I thought it was going to be a screen pass to Rodgers," Rudnick said. "That's how I read it. I came up a few steps and then he stopped and threw it. I couldn't believe it." But when Rodgers was the pass receiver and Rudnick was the defender, he did all right. Rodgers' touchdown as a receiver came on a screen play. "Rodgers runs good patterns," said Rudnick, who made five unassisted tackles. "But with his moves, he doesn't have to. He can just take a step over the line of scrimmage, catch the ball, and get a lot of yardage on his own. "I don't know, maybe they were using him more as a decoy tonight. Or just trying to make me feel good." Rudnick, like most of his teammates, needed cheering up after the 39th Orange Bowl Classic. "We were out there trying," Rudnick said. But they were so good. But we weren't embarrassed." In December, Notre Dame was beaten by Southern California when Anthony Davis Rodgers sits on helmet for a breather during a timeout scored six touchdowns, two on kick returns. Rodgers returns kicks, too. He scared Rudnick last night on the opening kickoff. "He started putting some moves on me and for a moment I had a flashback of Davis," said Rudnick. "Davis got by me in that game, but I learned from it. I got Rodgers in the open field (after Nebraska 40 Notre Dame Nebraska Notre Dame 6 Nebraska N. Dame FIRST DOWNSTOTAL. First downs rushing First downs passing First downs by penalty NET '(OS GAINED RUSH. Attempts Yards gained Yards lost NET YDS GAINED PASS Attempts Passes completed Passes had intercepted Net yds inter. ret. OFFENSE YARDS-TOTAL Plays rushing & passing Times Punted Punts had blocked Punting average Net yds punt returned Times Penalized Total yds penalized Fumbles Fumbles lost SCORING BY QUARTERS D. Humm FIRST QUARTER Runty Nebraska 7, Notre Dame 0 Rodgers Johnny Rodgers 8-yard run after 3:41. 76 yards in II plays. KEY PLAYS: Ne- Sanger braska's first scoring drive said every-Ming that needed saying about this game. Oahe It was accomplished with five first downs Rodgers and only one pass. Johnny Rodgers went 13 with a pitchout to start and runs of 12 yards by Dave Goeller and 10 by Rod-FReveue ge,s, preceded quarterback David F. Anderson Humm's eight-yard keeper and nine-yardWist pass to, who else, Rodgers. With the ball I Longwell on the eight Rodgers went off left end for!Goeller the touchdown. Rich Sanger kicked theiRodgers ,.. ..,, .. ........ .... .. .r ,,,,-'Revelle 3 62 preceded quarterback David 1 F. Anderson 2 67 Humm's eight-yard keeper and nine-yard l List 3 25 pass to, who else, Rodgers. With the ball I Longwell 1 4 on the eight Rodgers went off lett end foriCoelier 1 2 the touchdown. Rich Sanger kicked thei Rodgers 3 71 point .Damkroger 2 13 Notre Dame came back as though It:Garson 2 16 meant business, but the drive only INTERCEPTIONS reached Nebraska's 20 and ended at the No. .. 35. Bob Thomas then missed a 52-yard Illahak . 1 field goal attempt. . Pitts 1 1 SECOND QUARTER Thornton Nebraska 14, Notre Dame 0 Gary Dixon 1-yard run after 0:31. 80 '''s ', , '. .. . , .2 yards in 11 plays. KEY PLAYS: The drive began with 3:33 remaining in the first period. Four plays produced 17 s ,.. ',, , , ". , , .. yards. Then Gary Dixon went off right , tackle for 36 yards to Notre Dame's 27. Goeller gained a, Rodgers lost a yard in two carries and Humm passed 19 yards , to split end Bob Revelle. With the bell on 'All the Irish one, Humm got nothing and then , . ' N,, ':,,':.'.' Dixon scored. Sanger added the po i1 ,nt. ,, 4,94, 0fi Nebraska 20, Notre Dame 0 Frosty Anderson 52-yard pass from ,; , N Johnny Rodgers after 2:40. ONE PLAY: ' , : ',,if .1 Nebraska had the ball on Its 40 after a .- '' - ' ' ,, ,,.. 30-yard punt. On first down Humm , ' , tr Pitched out to Rodgers at the right side- line and he passed to Frosty Anderson for t'',. ... ), the touchdown. Sanger's point after was blocked by George Nayduk. Late in the half Sanger missed a 33- f .. -,,,,,,,..., - ,s Yard field goal. I - , 6 , .... . THIRD QUARTER I I . ., Nebraska U. Notre Dame 0 Johnny Rodgers 4-Card run after 343. IF ,-6,... , i ,r 42 yards in 6 plays. KEY PLAYS: Humm ' '''''., is passed 14 yards to Revelle after another , - :, "'' short punt. Dixon ran for 5. Rodgers 17 s , and 2. Dixon got nothing from the 4 and , 1 Rodgers scored over right guard. Humm i,M149969 went for 2 points, but Goeller was stopped ftl short after taking the pass. !,..) Nebraska 33, Notre Dams 0 , Johnny Rodgers 5-yard run after 727. . 10 yards in 9 Plays. KEY PLAYS: Dixon ei,ipiolniwo, . ran 5 yards, then 12. Humm overthrew .,, .i Revell., but completed a 12-yard Pass to . . Rodgers. With the ball at Nebraska's 49 . .... ., s6 . following a short gain, Humm completed 'ci es- : a pass to Revelle who was run Out ot '94.- - MitfameiggiMm bounds atter ; 29-yard adv6nce to the NoIre Dame 20. Maury Damkroger ran , Irish (113 Tom for 11, Rodgers 7 end then the last i tor. .nogno-.. Tues., Jan. 2, 1973 THE MIAMI NEWS 7-11 an 11 yard return) tonight. But he's got moves. "Southern Cal and Nebraska are two different clubs, but Rudgers and Davis are similar. The main difference is that Nebraska depends on Rodgers more than Southern Cal depends on Davis." Davis is a sophomore and How Nebraska did it 30 20 9 1 300 64 328 28 260 26 17 145 41 1 3 0 0 13 6 5 2 104 44 100 23 9 560 707 90 67 6 0 0 '4' "8' Rodgers 0 8 Dixon 38 37 Goeller 3 18 Bahe 5 1 Damkroger 68 15 Olds 1 3 D. Humm 1 0 Runty Moran Garson 0 0 0 6 61Powell I 13 20 0-101Westbrook the TD. Sanger kicked he point. Nebraska 40, Notre Dame O. Johnny Rodgers SO-yard pass from David Humm after 9:00. ONE PLAY: Humm tossed a sideline pass to Rodgers at the line of scrimmage. Rodgers sped down the sideline, adroitly escaped a Notre Dame defender, cut across the middle of the field and scored. Sanger kicked the extra point. FOURTH QUARTER Nebraska 40, Notre Dame NEBRASKA RUSHING Att Yds ID LG 15 81 3 171 9 69 1 36 Penick 11 52 13,Best 6 27 12;Huff 3 18 8 'Dewan 2 5 4:Dimini 4 7 8 Clemer 3 19 7 Sarritie 4 11 6 CieSZk( 4 10 61 1 9 91 Rudnick a junior. Southern Cal plays Notre Dame again next fall. "Next year, that's the only thing you can think about after something like this," Rudnick said. "I'll tell you. there's going to be a couple of shootouts at South Bend next year." But he will remember last night. For a long time. Pete Demmer le 5-yard pass from Tent Clements after 1:09. 77 yards in 15 plays. plus a 5-yard penalty. KEC PLAYS: Trailing by 40 points, Notre Dame did Ne braska a favor: it ground out the clock. A touchdown cost the Irish 7 minutes, 44 seconds. The big gainers were Clements keeper for 11 yards and his pass to Mike Creaney for 17. He then found Demmerie with a pass for the touchdown. The game ended with Nebraska scrUbe driving toward another touchdown. Best 12 Huff 8 Dewan Diminick 8 Clements Samuel ,Cieszkowski 61 NOIRE DAME RUSHING PASSING Alt PASSING I ATT COMP IIITC. TUB Alt. Comp Inte YdsClements 72 9 3 103 19 13 0 18.5Dewan 1 0 0 0 6 3 1 23! 1 I 0 52 I PUNTING PUNTING 1 No. Yds Avg LCD . No...Yds Avg LG. 4 153 30 46 , Doherty 6 223 37 la PUNT RETURNS I No . Yds: PUNT RETURNS 1 11, No Ycli I -3 RECEIVING .Rudnick 1 IS No...Yds TO LG Zanot I 2 3 62 0 29 2 67 1 52 RECEIVING 3 25 0 11. No. Yds TO LO 1 4 0 1 Creaney 2 28 17 1 2 0 2 Dewan 346 29 3 71 1 SO, Dirninick 1 5 S 213 0 'Huff 1 4 4 2 16 0 19 oemmerle 1 5 5 NTERCEPTIONS :Roolt 1 15 IS No. Yds. 1 0. INTERCEPTIONS 1 0 Na Ydi 1 0 M. Townsend 1 0 Irish alzo Tom Clements gets sacked AttYds.TD.LO 8 48 7 IS II 22 7 18 12 6 -22 10 3 21 O 21 O 7 O s O 5 O 2 0 11 O 0 07 Com0.101c.Yds 72 9 3 103 1 00 0 Ob, , . , , . . . - , ' . , , ,. , , , , 3 Tues., Jan. 2, 1973 THE IVIIAM1 NEWS 7-11 v , - , , . ,..-..... , ..... .:. ,ah., t 0 t, y run ; ,7,. , ,,, ,,,,, A, 1 . , t , .., . , , ,... : . ., . , , , , , :: , , , . , :,::6.:::,L.,,,i:,,,:!:,.;:!...i... : . , , .:.:!.:::::,.:.::!i:,::;.,::.:..;.,:::.! tr!,:: !:,,,,..,,,t:::t::;.:::.:: , se ., ,, : 0., ;; i. 4 ny', pa s s : (r. ".k.........,....- ':::: it::: .r.' 7-6-1 ,., ',,,,) ,,: : ',;: : -: . , , , "' .:::":: : :';-::'::':: :, '::,r::-.:;!;:;.A.::::!:, :',:..:,:!!- ::;-,:: :;,;E : . p,,..---....,,-, , -,sigt ,, . ' ' . , . Continued from 1B ' '''''' t ,:::: ,:.l..: .' .; . ::: : ;. ,. , ;:; :: : : .:: .: : :::::N1.40111,1f .:;l :-:': .:: ...-. :r: : . . .. , ., . - - :. . , . : , : :: : , - :: , . ,, , . : . . : , .:,...:-..... ,. (.. 1...., ; had him almost thumping his chest with pride. :'.: i:H....:::'':!:',1 :,it:; :::::. :. ::::!!::-:::: :li:::! '.:.;:, :-.....,..::::: : :i; :..., '.::::.-.:,.''''.i..,:!.?,, he said, :: :. 4,1 , ::. . . : ' ':' - ' : .1 Nk ' t :-,: : ':., : ', r-: ' ." "but I'm no :.1,,,,: ., ..' :1;;. . ,, ....4 .J.::.....sii.;.:: : :: i i:: , :,.: -..!:,::!,,..- 171 This prompted inquiries from the crush of newsmen . too ';m1 small to do any kind of a job." 't want to do It all year," . 1 ow," ' ' :'':::..i': i :'::: ': ':' 4, ' : ' ' '. ' :'. ' ' around him about whether he is angered that some people say . ' ..,....;..1,,I:i:.::::,4:...:,':;;:: :'.: -...,,,,,g4 n :::, : ,; ., .,k ,, ..: :.. . ,:::.,.. ::::: t , ,...,.:,..c.,,,::......:.:,::::...,...,, N ,:::,,::, :: ,,,:s ::.:,1,4,0 :, ::,,:-,::.::,,..- . ,. :,.:ri ...'..,.$ .. iii. ' ..:: .., .,,..,:.!., .:,...., :.:,:,".,,,t..!;,..,.. .4::..:.:::::::;:.7.y.: ::... ....: , -:::. . ,, :,,, :: .:: ,,:. , :, .: he's too small for pro football at 5 me," 9 end,,168. ,i,.).,,,,. . 1. ' - ::'.:: :-,::, .,-.,i'll : 14',;::::;'. : s':.,,: 4.;; ''''' '''';'::::4::::::'-'::!;''''''.".......; r; .,:-.-j.., ,,,:-.::.g.:..: , it "No (Joesn't really bother me, he said, because most ".... i : :':''1:,,, :. ::, ,': -, !:': .-,""'".4.,r..7:0.:e' '''::..;,,,,,:::44 -' :::..::: :,-:::,;,4",...,.,: .. : !".-,,, . ,,.;.;.: ,;,. : ' '" :i.:: - -...1 ..,, , , 73. 4.0,5,.,:k. K : , , '...,-,. pei;ple my size couldn't play. But I'm an exceptional person. i .,,, :.,,,,..:ir ,:Ft ,, :...,......... :.:..4, ......:: .s..,,..t .:, ,,... -:. ,.::;: 1!,,.)41, : -,,,, . . ..E,-:1:: ...'?..- v:.),,....x.,: ,.., ;0 ,',''',,:.,;:::;,,.' ' "1 wouldn't trade my size to be a big man. 1 can do things , a big man can't. If 1 put on a lot of weight, maybe I wouldn't ..,.0 1 ::,..::::.T :'.., .....,........,.. ,.,:..,,,..:.:.,......:,.:4.,,,,......:,,,.,. , . : . ,.,,,,,,,: : .... :, ., , :-.::,,i'', .: i:::::?;:,,,, eio''''- be able to do those things so well. '::;:::: ,";::,.,,,:.'t::':,-:' 1 ,ii,..,- . ,.:: try t "1 put on a few pounds each year. But 1 feel I'm big if I lift weights I can get up to 180," he said. 'I "I ':1;nti,lii.,:y,.;, -.:Ii11"...1 , , ,,:,::., 11, : , o i cfr,,14,1.......,6,.,.,,C;,...), .,,. ., . ., enough at 178. 1 think 1 proved to people tonight that I can l,,',,-.A.::$,::Z.4.''k','.'Sri';''"':. 4.,,;,12 , ,,. fr'-'7.'N?,: ' : take the punishment of running inside. ' :''. -.';','4."'"!:::kwg. k ... , ,:,,:i :,:..,::::::::.,,',-,.......-0;., . 4:.. ''' ''',.:-; ' .2....,..,..:-;:,:,,,,,.!,,;,-.;:,,.....,.,::.,,,...:,:.'.-;,,.':,,... .r. !.,g'.:..' : .:.. : , :....,.::;:,..,..7.4::.,.::::7-:4;';;;.:',.,-;,:.'::;,'''''':::,::-'''-:: . R . ,, t, '''',.:'''::-:::::..';'' :: !;1::i :'''' f - ,.., - : 4- .: , ,... :-::-...:, ::::.: . .,:: ,- ::: : :::::: ,- :, ' , .:.'",, ,;,tA .;:- ':::::-i::::;:.:;'.....: ''' 7 , t,, t': : : , ;: 1 '''' 1:: ' r,,,,, -, , Rodgers' running allowed Nebraska to score on its first possession, a 76-yard drive, and set the game's pattern. Notre t Dame was out of the game by the time it scored in the fourth quarter. ;:: '' : ''''''''''',:'....'H''''.',:';'::' ''''',;,'!. ',i:1!. '' -.'1 t't-go'!fl'..."7.1....71.711111.1.7"177171.7.74.71.7.'.44.!!'4; -...':i''.'-..ktis:.. '. - ' - ' . , f 0 :;::::;' ... 1 ''.;,T,,i,.: :-...,:.ii:::..;:i...::::',:..,..,:,,, : ::: . Rodgers illustrated his elusiveness best on 'his touchdown -,,,!.!!,,., : ::: :: : I 1 I. i i. I t '': 1-:. l': :.'t '.'.:74.N.' N :,,,':,,' ',i ..,.:...',.:... :!'',-.:: - -'' ', ' ) , '40 ::;::..::::":::.:::: : ,i,:;!: -,:,.... - ": :4::::,:,, ..: ,,,-,4: ''.,,,.',;...'',-;:,:.-' ' . 'f,::!:: '''.:. , , :1.:--1.4-fs",,..67:,-.,, ,ti:::: , : ,... , reception, a 50-yard maneuver at on hich be caught quarter- he .) ,..., : :.:: :: : ::::i:,.: 4.571147&-''',., :::. -.:rft ,,,13,, , : :: 4;',,','-'" ' -.,., ., ' . ''.::;,' ,,,,......,:..,.: ...?"- A;:i..:;:. ::. :.i .::::.::: -.,,, ' r"- . back Dave Flutmro s pass a . line of scrimmage, headed 1 '' ' . . . H.': : ,.'..:..1;.: :''. :::::.!..:t.::1:,:7::...'1. . .1: :9.4...:: ::':::: .f.e....4,. :: :::: .1,. .::::::::....,..:::.:.::::' :.... .':, ''''''' "' ;,1 I , :. , : ,:: 0, -IR) tetwxv,, v., - , i ,..:';',.:7'.vt,,,tr:::.,i:, c., :.:::,:14.:;;;- .. 7 k .1,,, down the right sidelines and zig-zagged near. the 15 to leave ,, ,:l .. ;,, ., . . . me payers grabbing at air. :11:,:':',,'):,:::: '",l'zi,:i...,.i.4 : ',. .:, ti :;.-. three Notre Da l bbi i r. ,-:', .... - . :":'.V:? ,-:4is.i.).,:',.:,':'''::::: :1; : : ' E::,! :,:,:ij:1:::: r: :, , - , I .,. , 1 ---.. ' .- ''''';;;!..':N! ....'''. t:',::;::::. l 1:. ' . .:, ,, . in the second quarter and the first of his career, he said, Of his touchdown pass, a 52-yarder to Frosty Anderson f1 t tc"'' I 4r.,,: . . ''')4t,i--,;:: ::: , ( ' Nit.:1:e.::::: ., 47' 7 ..,:., : ..1.. . w" wadesh enrtnohhI row 0 gdoyt htuhteh bi mai. 1 II t ot ul dr nmyself e d a ro u, dnedn , ta nod, elrotohkroe wd aanndd tdhoen ,et . , ' , , ,, . , t :- - 1 p.:5.,ti.0 4:,.r.it-,:i:,:: AL,:::i ,...,.:,, S. !,., ,.4.:: r,:cly.::;;.:::,,::;;;. wo,...:17..,,4::::::,:;,,..;.,41 un . ,,.,.,,. .. The victory " ory allowed retiring coach Bob Devaney to exit a ::: -,,,, 4 : :-:: :: s.,.''' ::;:: l '''1'. ''''....i:::'-::''' :...:.6'''''''''...-'4044 winner. And Rodgers.said he was happy to show his thanks to .e'.:,'" '.. , , . E; .':',, .: :' : :: ' : ": .: . ': .1 : " . ' : : . , . : ' . .. :: . ''''. - " :: ?I'''''';'''' .: Devaney for the coach's support in the balloting. esman aotthienng. A - any ' '..''''',''',1,7;:'::."', '::1 -::',':;: :.:;::::::;::::'::".::::;:!::"':';,, ;:::!'::::::,:r iy:,4e..e:.44 4 -...,':.. ,,,,,. "1 wanted this game more for coach Devaney .-- .016t4., , .. . , '.. :'''''::::' t ' ' ': '::'''':':' ':: -,', ': .::: : ,,,,', ,, ,,, ,,,,,,, "Our whole team wanted it bad. Maybe k ,,,",...:,-.,.,..: . ...i......,, 4 .1(.:':. ,..,, - $ ,,.. 1 . ... '7: :..,.-!.,,7 .. .: .114&:-:''.:!:::: 1 :''::..-: :, :::;"l !: "::. : .':-'::',:..6::.:0 - ;:::.i.:4"f,', ' '-':. '''' ' :.-- :II, t z ', ,,:::::::;.:::::..::: '::: ;,, ,:',,:, ,:,,,, ,,:: -,f, thing," Rodgers said. ." , , , -, , ....- : .. ''' . ' ''': : .. ':."...: , , ".4k4"!::; ,'; .... : :. l::,,l::: .: 9 :: ::,.,,'''.:.:1' . , :::.::;c:,:::;I:Y.:',..!: .fill'..::::..:;:.:' , we wanted it worse then they wanted it l',';'.;:, '''''''r'::; .'., ,-,'',".,', :,.'. ','.,' . , ,., , . . . . . v ,,,, ' , ,,,,. - .,..,.::::, . 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