Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on December 3, 1976 · 21
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Friday, December 3, 1976
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a. V, A y . "zL 7f wu TV t Nebraska co-captains Clete Pillen (left) and Vince Ferragamo get a Hawaiian greeting from Anna Tachera as the Cornhuskers arrive in the Islands Thursday. Novak Sparks NU By Mark Gordon Staff Sporti Writer Honolulu - Terry Novak had been all but ignored in the preseason. He had not really been counted on to contribute sipificantly to this year's Nebraska basketball program. Yet the former Lincoln Northeast standout has shown remarkable progress. And nowhere was that more obvious than in his efforts in leading Nebraska to a 64-59 victory here Thursday night over the University of Hawaii Rainbows. "Terry Novak did a good job covering a fine player, Gavin Smith," noted Nebraska head coach Joe Cipriano. "He's an excellent shooter who has to rely on the long shot. It takes someone (Novak) who's awfully dedicated to stay with him." Novak has developed into one of the Cornhuskers' steadiest, most consistent players. He pursued Smith, a transfer from UCLA, throughout, cognizant that Smith erupted for 37 points in an earlier 'Butter', Fultz UPI Selections New York (UPI) Two Nebraska players nave' been selected as first team ail-Americans by United Press International. Defensive tackle Mike Fultz, a Lincoln High grad and Dave Butterfield, a defensive back, from Kersey, Colo.,. have been selected. Both are seniors. In addition Nebraska linebacker Clete Pillen of ' Monroe was a second-team selection. Nebraska quarterback Vince Ferragamo and offensive lineman Bob Lingenfelter received honorable mention notice. Two teams, USC and Michigan, had three players selected to the squad, while Pitt, Texas A&M and Notre Dame also had two selections. While having no first team , picks, Ohio State had five ' players chosen for the second " squad. NEW YORK (UPI) - The WW United - Press international All-America college football team. Offense Name, school Pos. Ht.Wt.Cf. Larry Seivers, Tenn. WR 6-4 200 Sr. KenWacAfee, No. OameTE 44 251 Jr. Mike Vaughn, Oklahoma T 4-5 282 Sr. Marvin Powell, So. Calif. T 6-5 272 Sr. Joel Parrlsh, Georgia G 6-3 242 Sr. . Mark Donahue, Michigan G 6-4 242 Jr. Derrell Gofourth, Okla.St.C 6-2 245 Sr. Tommy Kramer, Rice QB 6-2 190 Sr. Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh RB 5-11 114 Sr. . Ricky Bell, So. Calif. RB 42 211 Sr. Rob Lytle, Michigan RB 6-1 195 Sr. Tony Franklin, Tex AM PK 5-10 170 So. Defense Nime, school Pes. Ht.Wt.CI. Ross Browner, No. Dame E 43 235 Jr. Duncan McColl, Stanford E 44 240 Sr. Gary Jeter, So. Calif. T 44 245 Sr. Mike Fultz, Nebraska T 6-5 275 Sr. Al Romano, Pittsburgh MG M 229 Sr. Calvin O'Neal, Michigan LB H 230 Sr. ' Robert Jackson, Tex AM LB 4-2 22 Sr. Kurt Allerman, Penn St. LB 6-3 220 Sr. Dave Butterfield, Neb. DB 5-10182 Sr. '. Oscar Edwards, UCLA DB 6-0 117 Sr. Bill Armstrong, W For. DB M 205 Sr. Lubbock By Dave Slttler Stall Sporti Writer Lubbock, Tex. - If an avid Nebraska football fan were to stumble unexpec- tantly into this Texas town, he might get the feeling he had died and gone to heaven. As everyone knows, Red is the one and only color If you are a Cornhusker fan. Any Husker .patron visiting Lubbock would feel right at home. - Outside of Lincoln, there might not be another city in the country that sports the color red more than this place which is the home of the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Not even Oklahoma, which loves to in form Nebraskans that it considers itself ai the home of the original Big Red, could have any more of a crimson tint to it, .. ' The University is plastered with red. Waitresses wear hats which have the message "Go Big Red" stamped on the MIL They arc Just like the bats you can game against Oregon State. Novak did his job magnificently. Smith suffered a sub-par 12-of-27 field goal performance to finish with a game high 26 points. Yet Novak's defensive work seemed to inspire the other Cornhuskers. "I just stayed with him and tried to put a hand up at all times. That's all I could do," said Novak. "I didn't think he'd (Smith) go the basket since he's got that great outside shot. "I tried to bother him as much as I could. He's a hell of a shooter," said the 6-4 junior forward. "I just followed our defensive rules. Drive him where our help was. I wasn't worried about my offense. I knew that would take care of itself." Novak, who saw action for 39 of the 40 minutes, pressured Smith into four personal fouls, causing the 6-6 senior forward to miss more than three minutes down the crucial stretch drive before 5,-071 fans at Blaisdell Center Arena. The other Rainbows, bothered by Nebraska's best defensive effort this Second Team Offense WR Jim Smith, Michigan TE Clennie Brundidge, Army 4 T Mike Wilson, Georgia T Chris Ward, Ohio St. G Tom Brioia, Pittsburgh G Donnie Hickman, So. Calif. . C Leo Tlerney, Georgia Tech QB Gifford Nielsen, Brtgham Young RB Terry Miller, Oklahoma St. RB Mike Voight, No. Carolina . RB Pete Johnson, Ohio St. PK Carson Long, Pittsburgh Defense E Bob Brudzlnskl, Ohio St. E Robin Cole, New Mexico T Nick Buonamicl, Ohio St. T Joe Campbell, Maryland MG Harvey Hull, Miss. St. LB Brian Ruff, The Citadel LB David Lewis, So. Calif. LB Clete Pillen, Nebraska DB Ray Griffin, Ohio St. 4 DB Dennis Thurman, So. Calif. DB Gary Green, Baylor Offense Wide receiver-Hill, Stanford; Chandler, Florida; Stewart, Missouri; Blue, Iowa St.; Cunningham, Rice. Tight end Hasselbeck, Colorado; Corbel), Pittsburgh. Tackles Ligenfelter, Nebraska; Towns. Missouri; Dufek, Michigan; Belcher, Houston; Benson, Penn St.; Albrecht, Calif. Guards Schindler, Boston College; Lukens, Ohio St.; Lewis, Michigan; Greenwood, Iowa St.; Bryant, Kentucky; Dean, New Mexico St. Center-Bryan, Duke; Pelusl, Pittsburgh; Cantrel, North Carolina; Downing, Michigan; Thieleman, Arkansas; Yarno, Idaho. Quarterbacks Ferragamo, Nebraska; Thompson, Washington St.; Dankworth, UCLA; Leach, Michigan; Manges, Maryland; Roth, California; Goff, Georgia. Running backs Tyler, uCLA; Persell, Western Michigan; Pagliaro, Yale; ' Herrera, Southern Illinois; McLee, Georgia. Placeklckers Leavltt, Georgia; Hall, Texas Tech; O'Donoghue, Auburn; Daigle, Oklahoma St.; Beaver, Illinois. Defense Endi-Toran, Rutgers; Baumhower, Alabama; Fry, Notre Dame. Tackles-Morton, Michigan; Dokes, Oklahoma St.; Edwards, Miami (Fla.); Butler, Kansas; Dean, Texas A&M; Whitley, Houston; Faumlni, San Jose St.; Tuiasosopo, UCLA. Middle guards-Stensrud, Iowa St.; Brown, Ohio Sf. Linebackers Splva, Tennessee; Spanl. Kansas St.; Robinson, UCLA; Stud well, Illinois; Thompson, Ohio St.; Cronan, Boston College; Howard, Texas Tech; Sanford, Georgia Tech. Deep backs-Bradley, Notrt Dame; Henderson, Oklahoma; Clayborn, Texas; Krug, Georgia; Hayes, Texas A&M; Francis, Houston; Jury, Pittsburgh; ?tsrcuskia, Penn St. Big Red Fans9 Kind purchase in Lincoln, Omaha, Kearney, Scottsbluff etc. "Go Big Red" signs abound. The object of all this affection, of course, is the Red Raider football team which will face Nebraska in the Astnn Bluebonnet Bowl. When the Nebraska and Texas Tech fans converge in Houston for the New Year's Eve Bowl game, the glow from all the red might be unbelievable. It will obviously be more than a little confusing. But before the two clubs meet in the Astrodome, they each have one contest left on their regular season schedules. While Nebraska's is a yawner with Hawaii, Texas Tech's is expected to be a bam burner against Baylor. Set for 2 p.m. here Saturday at Jones Stadium, the Texas Tech-Baylor matchup is touted as one of the most important in the history of Texas Tech football. Ranked No. 8 in the nation and sporting a 9-1 record, the Red Raiders can tie Houston for the Southwest Conference ti Rainbows Inouye: Feels Like Custer's Last Stand Battered Hawaii Facing Rugged Test By Virgil Parker Sporti Editor Honolulu, Hawaii - Battered and bloodied, but not down for the count. That's the University of Hawaii football team which entertains the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Aloha Stadium Saturday night starting at 11:30 p.m., Lincoln time. "We had 14 players who had to leave our last game (a 59-0 loss to Oregon State) with injuries," Hawaii sports information director Ed Inouye reports. "That rash of injuries comes on top of some others that really hurt us earlier In the season." Inouye says the Rainbows feel "a little like Custer's battered army trying to make a gallant last stand." "We know that Nebraska is ten times better than Oregon State," Hawaii coach Larry Price says, "but we hope to play much better against Nebraska than we did last week. We know it's an uphill proposition, but getting blown away like we did last week has a maturing effect. We hope the kids learned from the , experience." Cagers season, were ineffective. Besides Smith, only 6-5 forward John Moore cracked the double-figure with 12 tallies. The superb NU defense allowed Hawaii just six first-half field goals in a 6-24 effort. Overall, Hawaii managed just 21 of 62 field goals for 33.9 per cent while Nebraska hit 20-40 field goal attempts. While free throws and personal fouls hurt Nebraska in a 71-66 loss Wednesday night at the University of Hawaii-Hilo, those two areas were actually Cornhusker bonuses against the Rainbows. Nebraska, victimized by 24 personal fouls to 23 for Hawaii, connected on 24-34 free throws (70.6 per cent). Hawaii hit 17-20 charity line attempts. Cipriano, meanwhile, was pleased with the improvement from the poor effort at Hilo. "We played a little ragged tonight but we love to have it ragged when we win," he said of the 31 Nebraska turnovers compared to 21 for Hawaii. "There's no question we played better tonight than last night, especially at the beginning when we played together well, offensively and defensively." The game's opening six and one-half minutes were all the Cornhuskers needed to establish their superiority. NU raced to an 18-2 advantage. Hawaii scared the Cornhuskers several times in the second half by closing within four points, but that early margin gave Nebraska the lift it needed. "The game could have gone either way, but our guards did a great job defensively," Cipriano added. "It was a ' good win for us, especially after the Hilo game." In handing Hawaii its third loss in three outings, guards Brian Banks and Allen Holder continued their offensive heroics. Banks hit 5-7 field goals efforts and finished with 19 points while Holder 9-11 free throws with four field goals for 17 counters. The victory was Nebraska's second in three games on this western swing through Washington and the Hawaiian islands. The Cornhuskers conclude the trip with a Friday night (12:10 a.m. Lincoln contest) against Hawaii here in Blaisdell . Center Arena. NU returns to the Sports Center to face Minnesota on Wednesday night at 7:35 p.m. NEBRASKA (63) fg-fga ft-fta rb pf p Coard 00 0-O 0 0 0 Banks 5-7 9-1 J 3 I 19 Harris 3-5 3-4 12 9 Novak 2-4 0-12 3 4 H.Jackson 1-2 1-2 4 0 3 Siegel 2-5 1-2 3 5 5 Holder 4-7 9-11 4 3 17 Hedberg 0-0 0-0 J 0 S. Jackson 0-1 1-2 1,2 McPipe 3-9 0-0 4 S Totals 20-40 24-34 32 14 Team rebounds t HAWAII (59) fg-fga ff-fts rb Gray 1-8 0-0 Newsome 3-3 0-0 Sancher 1-4 2-3 Crowe 0-2 1-2 Ryan 00 2-2 u Moore 3-9 6-6 I Torres 0-3 0-0 3 Goodlow 0-0 0-0 2 Smith 12-27 2-2 5 Austin 1-6 4-5 6 Team rebounds 3 Totals 21-62 17-20 31 Nebraska 36 Hawaii 25 Attendance-5,071. 13 59 24-64 34-59 tle with a victory over the Bears. It would be the first conference title ever for Texas Tech. -Unlike Hawaii, which should be a pushover for the Cornhuskers, Baylor should give Texas Tech plenty of fits. Coach Grant Teaff 's Bears have compiled a 7-2-1 record. Like Iowa State of the Big Eight Conference, Baylor has been -shut out of a bowl although it has achieved a respectable record. , "It's pretty obvious that Baylor has an outstanding football team," Tech coach Steve Sloan said. "Coach Teaff has built a solid program at Baylor and he's a past master at setting his team ready to play a game like this one Saturday. I Imagine we will be scurrying around all afternoon trying to contain his Bears. They're not at all friendly." ' Sloan is the dynamic young coach who has electrified this town and brought the Big Red pride to a fever pitch. Nebraskans should be quite familiar ' with the 31-year-old Sloan. In tfflo, Sloan Spoits Friday, December 3, 1978 Maturing is what the Rainbows need, Inouye says. "At one time against Oregon State, because of the injuries, we had five freshmen in the offensive lineup at the same time." Inouye says the Rainbows' woes started during the second game of the season. "Alex Kaloi was rated by Street and Smith as one of the top seven quarterbacks in the nation in their pre-season football book," the Hawaii SID recalls. "But he suffered a severe neck Injury and was lost for the year." In rapid succession, starting defensive tackle Harris Matsushima and linebacker A. J, Cleveland were sidelined for the year with knee injuries which required surgery, Report Distresses Osborne By Virgil Parker Sporti Editor Honolulu, Hawaii Nebraska football coach Tom Osborne was distressed when he arrived here Thursday afternoon with his Cornhusker football team to learn of an apparent "expose" of ticket selling practices to Nebraska home football games. The Daily Nebraskan, the University's student newspaper, reported Thursday morning that two of its reporters had purchased tickets from a bartender at Lincoln's Misty Lounge. The insinuation was made that they were tickets which belonged to Nebraska football players. "This is the first I've heard of the whole thing," Osborne said upon his arrival. "I honestly don't know what the article said, so it's difficult for me to comment on it. "The one thing that I can say with certainty is that no member of my coaching staff or the athletic department is involved in any way. "We talk to our players every two weeks all season long about the NCAA rules regarding the resale of tickets," Osborne insists. "We repeatedly tell them the consequences of doing such a thing. I am confident in my mind that we as a coaching staff do everything in our power to prevent such a thing." Osborne said he doesn't know if there ' is any substance to the accusations, or if in fact the tickets involved were tickets at one time owned by players. Misty Lounge owner Bob Milton is in Honolulu, but was unavailable for comment Thursday. However, Misty Lounge bartender Fred Kuehl, quoted in the Daily Nebraskan story as having sold the tickets, when contacted by the Lincoln Journal refused to make any comment concerning the article. Also Thursday, Helen Ruth Wagner, acting Nebraska ticket manager, said "a varsity squad member would not have those seats (mentioned in the Daily Nebraskan story.) Wagner did acknowledge however, that the two tickets in question "could have been tickets of a (freshman or scout team) player's parents or they could have belonged to one of the people they're recruiting." Big Eight commissioner Chuck Neinas said that part of the NCAA rule quoted by The Daily Nebraskan concerning athletes directly being given tickets is no longer in effect. "The 1976-77 manual does not include that rule," be said. "That rule was passed in the January 1975 convention and it was adhered to that fall. Unless a resolution becomes part of the NCAA bylaws, it automatically terminates after one year. That rule automatically expired when no legislative action was adopted this past January. Neinas, however, said it is still a clear-cut violation for players to sell tickets for more than face value. of Town quarterbacked Alabama to a 39-28 victory over the Cornhuskers in the Orange Bowl. An ail-American for the Crimson Tide, Sloan's sharp passing against the Huskers in that Orange Bowl won him most valuable players honors and clinched the National Championship for Bear Bryant's club. "He (Sloan) is something special," Tech Sports Information Director Ralph Carpenter said. "We feel very fortunate to have him." In his second year at Texas Tech, Sloan has built his squad around the offensive passing punch of junior quarterback Rodney Allison and the flashy rushing of Larry Isaac, who plays tailback in the Red Raiders split-back veer formation. vv Defensively, linebacker Thomas Howard anchors the club. Howard, a senior from Dunbar High School in Lubbock, was selected to the Associated - Press all-American team Thursday. . 21 "To show you what Cleveland's loss means," Inoyue says, "he has been out for three complete games now and still leads the team in tackles and most every other defensive statistic." Hawaii sports a less-than-impressive 3-7 record as it winds up a disappointing, campaign. Price's first two Rainbow teams finished 6-5. "We play a 4-3 pro-type defense," Price says. "On offense, what we call our Hula-T, is basically an I-formation with a wingback. It is a sprint-out attack. We try for a balance between passing and running." The Rainbows have turned to the air almost as much as their opponents this fall, but with not nearly the same degree of success. Lineups Offense NEBRASKA No. Name Ht. 86 Spaeth 6-5 70 Lingenfelter 6-7 51 Schmidt 6-2 52 Davis 6-3 63 Jorgensen 6-2 78 Hoins 6-3 8 Thomas 5-8 15 Ferragamo 6-3 49 Anthony 6-3 45 Donnell 6-2 81 Shamblin 6 3 Wt. Yr. 228 Jr. 277 Sr. 222 Sr. 232 Jr. 235 Jr. 256 Sr. 162 Sr. 208 Sr. 208 Jr. 219 Jr. 190 Sr. Pos. TE LT LG C RG RT SE OB IB FB WB NEBRASKA 80 Phillips 6-4 220 91 Pruitt 6-3 247 66 Pullen 6-0 215 72 Fultz 6-5 275 98 Samuel 6-3 211 61 Pillen 6-0 206 59 Wightman 6-3 215 23 Smith 6-1 196 34 Butterfield 5-10 182 31 Harvey 5-10 170 4 Valasek 5-10 166 Kickoff - 11:30 p.m. Broadcast - KLIN, NE's Motz Recalls Scoring Outburst By Randy York Prep Sports Editor It's been more than 12 years now since Jerry Motz set Nebraska prep basketball's single game Class A scoring record. Lincoln Northeast fans, however, probably haven't forgotten Motz's 57-point feat at South Sioux City in 1964. If they need to refresh their memories, maybe they can press him for details in the East High hallways at halftime Friday night. Motz will be there in anticipation of Northeast's 500th basketball win since the school opened its doors to students in 1941. McCook will provide the opposition. "I wouldn't miss this game for anything," Motz said. "Dave Lebsack and I are going. I imagine the other Rocket fans will be out in force. Five hundred is a pretty impressive milestone." Motz's 57 points were quite a milestone, too, especially since they came under defensive-minded Ed Johnson, who has coached 380 of Northeast's 499 wins. "That was quite a night in South Sioux City," Motz recalled Thursday. "First of all, we drove up there in a blizzard and our bus was forced off the west side of the road by a car." Motz started the game as frigid as the weather, missing his first four field goal attempts. Then, in probably the most remarkable shooting display in Nebraska prep history, he made his next 23 shots to finish 23 of 27 from the field. "Ed never would have left me in the game as long as he did. But he had no choice. We were losing," Motz said. "We were behind until the middle of the fourth quarter and finally broke it open (to win, 90-75)." Motz also hit 11 of 16 free throws in the game. "Jan Wall's my brother-in-law," he noted, "He had the school record of 38 until that game. He was kind of a sacred cow, but I had 30 points by halftime. rhey were double and triple teaming me, but I was firing away and everything I put up went in." Motz, now a Lincoln insurance adjuster, probably wouldn't shake a double team defense today. He's 6-3Vt and 265 pounds, 2Vi inches taller and 70 pounds heavier than his playing days. "I was telling a couple of Northeast players the other night I had two great thrills in basketball at Northeast playing on a state championship team (1962) and playing three years under Ed Johnson," Motz offered. He doesn't count the 57-point output as his top thrill. "What did Ed say to me after that game?" Motz said, repeating a question. "He said: 'You played a pretty good ball game.' That's all he's ever said to me to this day. "Ed never was one for passing out the flowers," added Motz, "but he's the best coach in this state. That's why people support him. I go to every game I can. I still see people at Northeast games who were going when I was a sixth grader at Pershing School." Hawaii has attempted 172 passes, completing 71 for 709 yards. The combined opponents have passed 185 times (just 13 more) but have completed 96 for over twice the yardage -1,-487. Nebraska coach Tom Osborne is the first to admit that Hawaii "isn't very good." Osborne and his staff have been working toward a satisfying conclusion to the season with a victory here and over Texas Tech in the upcoming Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl, to offset disappointing defeats to Iowa State and Oklahoma which concluded the regular Big Eight campaign. "The big problem with this game," Osborne observes, "is that we have everything to lose and nothing to gain." "It's been a hard season to figure," the NU coach adds. "We have had no excessive injuries, no bad attitudes and yet we lost three games. I think the players deserved more than what they got, but we can't go back and play those games over again. We'll just have to go forward from here." HAWAII Nam No. Fletcher 83 Audick 50 Paetz 64 Ellerson 51 Wright 71 McGowen 74 Jett 21 McReynolds 12 Birdsong 22 Haslip 31 Merlo 13 Yr. Wt. Ht. Sr. 210 6-3 Sr. 250 6-3 Jr. 230 6-2 Sr. 225 6-2 So. 230 6-1 Jr. 2S0 6-4 Fr. 190 6-3 Jr. 195 6-2 Sr. 180 6-1 So. 215 5-10 Sr. 190 6-0 Defense HAWAII Sr. LE Jr. 245 6-5 May 92 Sr. LT Jr. 230 6-1 Rodrigues 84 Jr. MG Jr. 215 6-3 Williamson 63 Sr. RT Jr. 230 6-3 Tong 75 Jr. RE Jr. 265 6-5 Battle 93 Sr. LB Jr. 210 6-2 Jones 66 Jr. LB Fr. 200 6-2 Lewis 58 Jr. Mon. So. 170 5-10 Hanawahine 20 Sr. CB Jr. 195 6-0 Harris 87 Jr. CB Fr. 175 5-11 Knight 45 Jr. S So. 175 5-11 Annillo 15 Aloha Stadium, Honolulu. KFAB, WOW, KFOR. Jerry Motz Hit 57 Points In 27 years, Johnson has coached six state champions and compiled a remarkable 15-5 average season record with a career mark of 380-132. Northeast, the king of Nebraska high school basketball, has experienced only three losing seasons in 34 years. Stub Seng, Johnson's 16-year varsity assistant who played on Ed's first state championship team in 1950, chuckles when he recalls the playing days of Motz. "Why, he came close to getting kicked off the team," Seng said. "I remember we left him at home on one trip." Nevertheless, Motz stayed in good enough graces with Johnson to rank sixth on Northeast's all-time scoring list, 17 points behind Wall, his brother-in-law. "If I hadn't been disciplined that one game, Motz insisted, "I'd probably have finished ahead of Jan." Here's the Rocket all-time scoring list: Paul Fredstrom, 1948-51 941 Terry Novak, 1971-74 8?4 Maury Damkroger, 1967-70 103 Tom Novak, 1967-70 790 Jan Wall, I955-5J 773 Jerry Motz, 1961-64 75 Wayne Hester, 1953-5 m Wally Winter, 194-47 , 640 Tom Westover, 1970-71 43 Dave Lebsack, 1959-42 54 Seniors Doug Berka and Gary Karthauser likely will move into that elite list sometime this season. Berka has scored 462 points and Karthauser 435 in their first two seasons under Johnson. Iffijjgfa Saturday : College Football - Arkansas v. Texas, 8 p.m., (DC4. Pro Football - Baltimore v. St. Louis, noon, (DCS; Atlanta v. Los Angeles, 2:30 p.m., (09. Pro Bowling - Grand Prix of Bowling, 3: 15 p.m., CS. . lyHk. Sunday I Pro Football Houston v. Cleveland, noon, (DCS; Green Bay y. Minnesota, I p.m., 9HB; Kansas City v. Denver. 3 p.m., GGCS. i

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