The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 12, 1971 · 19
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"Tt'f"",'''"ii'ny"1.T'"i'jr Husher Leaders Surprised Cont. From Page ID practiced in this kind of weather." Jeff Kinney was on the field a lot, leading the Cornhuskers with 124 yards in 22 carries, but he had help too. "Both Gary Dixon and Randy Butts ran well," he said of his back-up men. "And the line did a ereat lob. It made very few mistakes. I think this is as good a start as the line has had for consistency '. . . the proof is that 99-yard drive," he said. Dixon, whose 16 carries for 42 yards included three touchdowns, didn't play like the stagestruck fellow he claimed to be. "First of all I was awed by the tremendous amount of people ... the mass of red was unbelievable," the junior college transfer said. "When they sent me in far Jeff the first time my only thought was not to fumble." Tagge described Dixon's work as "fantastic." Dixon was happy, but not satisfied. "I should have broken a couple of long ones. I was so nervous and tight that I cut the wrong way a couple of times," he said. Offensive guard Dick Rupert, who had his customary good day, observed "it's kind of nice to block for a back like Jeff Kinney and to pass block for Tagge." Rupert noted that rookie tackle Daryl White, who lines up next to him, "got some good hits and did a good job of pass blocking." Tagge noted that at times in the early portion of the game he used "automatics" to change the play at the line of scrimmage. "They didn't make any adjustments and as the game wore on I was able to anticipate how they'd line up and didn't have to use automatics," he said. ""' The veteran quarterback wasn't proud of some of his play switches. "It seems like I made a lot of mistakes. I changed to a quarterback sneak on a third and one play once and they knocked me out of the park," he related. The Cornhuskers threw only 13 passes, fewer than they had anticipated using. "Our running game was going good and when you have a good thing you stick with it," said Tagge. Dixon Proves Ability Cont. From Page ID Among the alternates getting special mention were Gary Dixon, Brent Longwell, Doug Jamail, Pat Morell, Jim Branch and Bruce Hauge. "Dixon was something of an unknown quantity," said Devaney of the junior college transfer who scored three touchdowns. "He played very well. We feel he can help us. Randy Butts did some good things, too . . . and we might let Jeff Kinney play some at back, too," he smiled. Devaney said Longwell's excellent debut wasn't surprising. "He's been pushing Jerry List all fail for the No. 1 job," he said. ."Jamail played good ball ... at least we didn't have any problems when he replaced" Doug Dumler, and Morell, Branch and Hauge did good jobs at linebacker," Devaney added. Devaney complimented both Jerry Tagge and Van Brownson for good quarterbacking, and reiterated his stand on their playing status. 'We have two fine quarterbacks. If one guy's getting the job done he'll stay in. If he doesn't we can go to the other one, but we're not going to alternate by series," he said. Assistant coaches Carl Selmer and John Melton were enthused over the play of both starters and reserves. 1 "We planned to alternate our linebackers . a lot because there's not much dropoff in ability," said Melton. "They did a good job." "I'm tickled pink," beamed Selmer, whose offensive line charges played exceptionally well. "The kids did a good job. Jamail should get a pat on the back because he came in and did well. You have to compliment Daryl White, too. He's no Bob Newton yet, but he sure did a nice job," 9aid Selmer. "We had to keep our guys fresh. That was the game plan both offensively and defensively," said Devaney of the free substitution by the Cornhusker coaches. Feature Races At Atlantic City Amazing Man 13.40 6.00 3 60 Held Your Peace 4 20 3.80 Loquacious Don 3.3o t-i - 1 T-nrnm . rnnwT frn---,. mr m-i rMirwMTMMrwiiwwnTMiBiMi i iminiwmiii i fin iiiimimi i irai 1 1 , Utah State Edges Wildcats, Late Boot Too Much For KSU Statistics Utah State Kansas State First downs 11 16 Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 4444 130 11 9-17-0 8-44.1 2 67 53-195 139 33 5-18-1 7-41 1 75 By MARK GORDON Manhattan, Kan. Utah State scored two reversals here Saturday changing last year's outcome and taking advantage of Kansas State miscues. In upsetting the Wildcats, 10-7, before an estimated 30,000 fans at K-State Stadium, the Aggies made amends for a 37-0 loss here in 1970. An interception and a clipping penalty were instrumental in the win. "We held up pretty well under this heat. It's not this hot and humid in Logan," said Utah State coach Chuck Mills, who brings his team to Nebraska Oct. 2. After a scoreless first quarter, Utah State's Ras Cot-tolico intercepted a pass from K-State quarterback Dennis Morrison on the Wildcat 44 and returned it to the 35. Five plays later, with 1:31 left before halftime, senior fullback Ed Giles rambled 15 yards on a draw play to put the Aggies up, 6-0. Quarterback Tony Adams booted the extra point. The sputtering K-State offense, minus graduated passing whiz Lynn Dickey, jelled on just one occasion. An ll-play march covering 96 yards midway in the second half was culminated when halfback Bill Butler rammed in from the two with 13:20 left in the game. John Goerger kicked the extra point to make it a 7-7 tie. After receiving the ensuing kickoff, Utah State was apparently stopped on a fourth and seven situation on its own 30. Rut a Kansas State clipping violation enabled the Aggies to retain possession of the ball. That led to a deciding 43-yard field goal by Mickey Doyle with 7:33 remaining. "That's the first time he's even tried a field goal in a game," Mills said. "But I never even thought about going for the score (on a fourth and nine situation at the Kansas State 26)." "I thought about the game all summer in fact, I began thinking about it last year" said Doyle, who had three punts blocked last year by Kansas State. "I kicked a 45-yard field goal last spring in our intrasquad game, but this was my longest in a game." While Utah State capitalized on its opportunities, and its kicking game, the Wildcats of coach Viitce Gibson didn't. The Kansans missed three first half field goals and couldn't transform two recovered fumbles into scores. "We couldn't make the big play when he had to and we made the big mistakes," Gibson said. "We seemed flat. We didn't have very much poise," Gibson went on. "I think the reason is that we lost a lot of seniors and some guys haven't played that much." Kansas State won the statistical struggle by gaining 2C6 total offensive yards to 194 for Utah State. Gibson termed not containing Adams as one of the keys to the contest. "He got outside a couple of times and really hurt us," Gibson said. "We planned to give him the short pass. That didn't hurt us that bad." Bill Butler ran 16 times for 68 yards and Isaac Jackson 14 times for 61 yards in the new run-oriented Kansas State at-tack. Utah State 0 7 0 310 Kansas Slate 0 0 0 77 Utah St. Giles 15 run (Adams kick) K-St. Butler 2 run (Goerger kick) Utah St. FG Doyle 43. A - 30,000 U.S. Tankers Still Winning Minsk, U.S.S.R. UP) - The U.S. swimming team completed its domination of a three-way meet with Russia and Britain Saturday, bringing its world record haul to five as Ann Simmons of Long Beach, Calif., and a women's relay team shattered existing marks. Miss Simmons became the first woman to crack the nine-minute mark in the 800-meter freestyle, flashing home in 8:59.37 minutes and surpassing the listed record of 9:02.4 set by Karen Moras of Australia last year. Then, as the three-day meet wound up, the 400-meter medley relay team came through with a 4:27.33 clocking that bettered the existing record of 4:27.4 set by the U.S. team in Japan last year. 1'' 'H- y:5 ?.t:K-v . f-v ' :-Hv V t ' "v y't k ri -t Stanford's John Winesberry (26) awaits souri's Pete Buha (43) comes Shockley Sparks Stanford Shutout of Missouri, 19-0 Statistics Stanford Missouri First downs 16 7 Rushes-yards 38-131 49-82 Passing yardage 222 65 Return yardage 69 114 Passes 17-35-1 11-26-1 Punts 9-35 14-38 Fumbles lost 2 2 Yards penalized 73 49 Columbia, Mo. () Hillary Shockley cracked Missouri's defense with a 7 2 - y a r d touchdown gallop starting off 19th-ranked Stanford to a 19-0 intercollegiate football triumph Saturday over offensively-inept Missouri. The 6-1, 220-pound Shockley, one of a horde of veterans returning to Stanford's Rose Bowl championship squad, fielded a pitchout from quarterback Don Bunce on his touchdown run. The powerful running back brushed aside halfback Lorenzo Brinkley's try for a tackle at Dixon Demonstrates Ability As Kinney's I-Back Relief Cont. From Page ID Huskers had a 34-0 edge. Three of the five touchdowns were scored by junior college transfer Gary Dixon, a 5-10, 201-pounder from California, who gave every indication he's the man NU coaches have been looking for to give relief to senior Jeff Kinney. Kinney was the workhorse of the Scarlets' attack, carrying 22 times for 124 yards, 17 of those carries netting 83 yards in the first half. The Nebraska game plan was evident moments after the opening kickoff when the Huskers drove from their own 20 to the Oregon three before fullback Bill Olds turned the ball over on a fumble. On that drive, Kinney carried eight times for 48 yards. The fumble only delayed the inevitable for the Ducks. Moments after Nebraska had turned the ball over to Oregon on the fumble, monster back Dave Mason, one of four new faces in the Black Shirt gang picked off a Dan Fouts pass and the Huskers started another drive at their own 33. Tagge Gets Record When NU quarterback Jerry Tagge hit tight end Jerry List with a 34-yard pass to start the drive, he erased Bob Churchich's name from another line in the Nebraska record book. The 34-yard pass gave him a career total of 2,939 yards four more than Churchich had passed from in the 1964-66 seasons. The senior from Green Bay, Wis., wound up hitting on eight of 10 for 94 yards. After hitting the record-setting pass, Tagge returned to the running game to pick up the remaining 33 yards, picking up 22 of it himself before handing off to Kinney for the final yard. Kinney dived over the stacked up pile of linemen for the TD with 1:21 left in the opening stanza. It wasn't but a few moments later that the Black Shirts gave the ball back to their offensive mates, who responded with a 47-yard drive in 12 plays, all but one of them rushing, to make it 14-0 with 8:55 left in the first half. The only pass of the drive was a nine-yarder from Tagge to sophomore fullback Maury the up the Missouri 35, and sped into the clear to push Stanford's lead to 9-0 in the second quarter. Bunce, successor to Heisman-trophy winner Jim Plunkett at quarterback, six minutes later hit sophomore flanker John Waynesberry from Missouri's 26 and boosted Stanford's lead to 16-0 by halftime. Rod Garcia, a sophomore soccer-style kicker, booted his second field goal from Missouri's 18 in the third quarter. His first scored from Jim Anderson Intercepts Pass Damkroger and Dixon got the first of his three touchdowns, from two yards out, following blocks by guard Dick Rupert and center Doug Dumler. Line Overpowering So domineering was the NU offensive line that punter Jeff Hughes didn't get to use his kicking foot until 27 minutes and 36 seconds of the game had elapsed. And so domineering was the Nebraska defense in that first half that Oregon never got within sight of the Husker goal, the deepest penetration being totheNU 40. And things didn't get any better for the Ducks in the second half. After advancing to the Nebraska 36 with the second half kickoff before veteran cornerback Jim Anderson intercepted a Fouts' pass at the NU one, the Ducks didn't get into Husker territory again until they recovered Garson's fumble late in the contest. The NU offense also continued its awesome display. Starting at the one after the interception, Tagge drove the Huskers 99 yards to another TD in 13 plays and again most of the yardage was gained rushing behind a smooth-functioning offensive line. Tagge hit Johnny Rodgers with a 25-yard pass, Olds with a two-yarder and Woody Cox for eight. While Kinney and Dixon picked up the rest on the ground, including a 24-yard burst by Kinney that put the ball at the Oregon 5 and three plays later Dixon scored from the two with Damkroger and Reserve Football Lincoln East 14, Grand Island 0 Lincoln East 0 7 7 014 Grand Island 0 0 0 00 Lincoln East Churchill 60 pass from Newton, Kopetka 50 run. PAT Roseland (2) kick. r :W fss vAr1 10-7 UPI TELEPHOTO pass from Don Bunce as to make the tackle. Mis- the Tiger 34 with 5:53 gone. Missouri, stymied by the experienced Stanford defense, failed to manage a first down until midway in the second quarter, and missed its best chance to score in the first half. Larry Frost covered Miles Moore's fumble at Stanford's 21, but defensive back Tom Robnett burst through two plays later to spill Chuck Link for a seven-yard loss. Missouri quarterback John Venturi failed on a third-down pass and Greg Hill's field goal try from the 34 was far short with Stanford leading by only 3-0. Stanford 3 13 3 019 Missouri 0 0 0 00 STAN - FG Garcia 44 STAN Shockley 52 run (kickfailed) STAN Winesberry 26 pass from Bunce (Garciq kick) STAN FG Garcia 28 A 53,032 tackle Carl Johnson throwing the key blocks. Rich Sanger's third straight placement made it 21.-0 with 7:47 left in the third period. Van Brownson directed the next NU scoring drive, taking . the team 33 yards after a bad Oregon punt that traveled only eight yards. Just as Ttegge had done on the first three scoring drives, Brownson stayed on the ground for five straight plavs, pitching out to Dixon for the final six yards on the first play of the final quarter. A bad snap from center kept Sanger from making it four-for-four, but the Huskers still led by a comfortable 27-0 with 14:56 to wait for the win to become official. The next time the Huskers got the ball, they were at mid-field after another weak Oregon punt and this time Brownson needed 12 plays to get the ball into the end zone. But he went to the air for much of it this time, hitting sophomore Brent Longwell with eight and 11-yarders before Grand Island sophomore Randy Butts gained the final 10 yards in two carries, the last one for two yards and the score with 5:18 remaining. Sanger's kick wound up the Husker scoring. Kinney Now No. 6 In addition to Tagge's record-setting passing day. Kinney moved into the No. 6 spot on the Nebraska rushing ladder, replacing NU assistant coach Bill (Thunder) Thornton. The McCook senior's 124 yards gave him a career total of 1,4(8, surpassing the 1,328 gained by Thornton. And it came on a day in which McCook fans honored Jeff with a "Jeff Kinney Day." Having disposed of the Pacific-8 foe, the Huskers now turn their attention to the Big 10 with Minnesota invading Memorial stadium next. NEED BOWLERS Mixed Leagues Men's Leagues Scotch Doubles Leagues Your Favorite Beverages at the Alleys EL RANCHO BOWL Brunch IT a.m. Buses to All Home Football Games Emerald Kansas Routs Cougars Statistics Washington State Kansas First downs 16 25 Rushes-Yard 36-74 59-280 Passing yardage 209 86 Return yard 5 56 Passes 14-40-3 9-18-0 Punts 7-40 6-30 Fumbles Lost 2 4 Yards penalized 158 46 Lawrence, Kan. iff) Dan Heck, Steve Conley and Jerome Nelloms provided a three-pronged offensive punch that was too much for Washington State Saturday and the Kansas Jayhawks routed the Cougars, 34-0 in an intersectional football opener for both teams. Heck, the senior quarterback, ran 11 yards for one touchdown and tossed an 11-yard pass to Conley for another. Conley made his second touchdown of the hot, humid afternoon on six-yard run. Nelloms spun five yards for Kansas' fourth six-pointer. Delvin Williams knifed around the left side for 12 yards and the last TD with 2:16 remaining. Bob Helm Backer converted after the first three touchdowns and the fifth. His fourth try hit the goal post, breaking a string of 17 consecutive extra points dating back to last year. A crowd of 37,750, largest ever to view a Kansas home opener, watched the Jayhawks, behind Heck's passes and dazzling option runs and Nellom's charges through the line and around the ends, march 76 yards in 10 plays with the opening kickoff. Heck rolled around right end from the 11 for the score. Washington State never got off a real drive, being bottled up much of the afternoon by the surprising Kansas defense, poorest in the Big Eight Conference a year ago. The Cougars had their best chance when they moved with the second-half kickoff from their 22 to the Kansas 13 but Ken Grandberry fumbled and the Jayhawks' Kenny Page sprawled on the ball on the Kansas 11. Wash State 0 0 0 0-0 Kansas 7 14 6 734 Kan Heck 11 run (Helmbacher kick) Kan-Conley 6 run (Helmbacher kick) Kan-Conley 11 pass from Heck (Helmbacher kick) Kan-Nelloms 5 run (kick failed) Kan Williams 12 run (Helmbacher kick) A-37,750. Saturday First race, purse claiming $2,500, 6V1 $500, 3-year-olds, furlongs. T 1:21 3-5. Mr. Fisherman (Cuddle) 12.40 5.80 3.60 Sassy Shelba (Barnes).. 3.80 2.80 Red Barbarian (Kruger) 2.80 Also ran City Maid, Jana Jo, Greek Vagabond, Hasty Motion. Second race, purse $700, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $1,500, 6Vi furlongs, T 1 :22 2-5. Klesa (Kruger) 23.20 11.60 5.80 Cutama (Cuddie) J.40 3.80 Molly's Kin (Barnes) ... 2.80 Also ran Pick A Win, Lucky Skip, Cindy I., City Dad, Sooner Flash. Daily Double $142.80 (1&7) Third race, purse $500, 2-year-olds, maitfened, 5 furlongs, T 1:02 3-5. Romagay (Coleman) 3.80 3.60 2.60 Pleasant Hill Road (Barnes) 8.60 4.00 Hurri Madam (Baxter) .. 3.20 Also ran Mary Nell W., Thunder Woman, Regional Director, Warren V., Miss Fay. Fourth race, purse $700, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $1,500, 5 furlongs, T 1:01. Summer Boarder (Coleman) 3.60 2.60 2.40 Falshey Song (Barnes .... 3.60 2.60 Thunder Prince (Armstrong) 2.80 Also ran Faire Tiger, Towns Town, Amber Sulataness. Filth race, purse $700, 3-year-olds, claiming $2,500, 5 furlongs, T 1:02. About Broke (Barnes) ... 5.60 3.80 3.00 Oklahoma Door (Switzer) 7.00 4.40 Wind And Reign (Cuddie) 7.40 Also ran Husekr Queen, Nova K., Eskanella, Tracy Gains, Amotan. Exacta $43.80 (28,3) Sixth race, purse $1,000, 3-year-olds and up, special weights, 7 furlongs, T 1:27 3-5. B.J.'s Pal (Coleman) 5.00 3.20 2.20 Urban Bill (Barnes) 4.20 2.40 Be A Song (Armstrong) 2.40 Also ran Dan l Drifting Spy. Seventh race, purse $1,500, 3-year-olus, handicap, 7 furlongs, T 1:28 2-5. Rusty Gray (L. Rettele) 13.60 7.00 5.00 Gallant Fair (Armstrong) 21.20 7.60 Datecharger (Baxter) .. 7.20 Also ran Winners Reward, Stewardess Tommie, lowan, He's A People, Win Or Bust. Eighth race, purse $1,100, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $2,500, 7 furlongs, T 1:28. Mr. Wineo (Harris) 17.20 5.00 3.00 Larry's Pride (Cuddie),. 3.20 2.40 Cedar Boat (Coleman).. 3.00 Also ran Old Caliph, Bookie. Ninth race, purse $700, 3 year-olds and up, claiming $1,500, mile and 70, T 1:15 3-5. Rip To Market u-oieiani i.w J.flu Spunky Bill (Greenberg). 3.60 2.80 Traffic Jo (Kruger) 2.80 Also ran Open Flight, Mr. Morn, Goldalyn, Scott Hass. Exacta $36.00 (38.1) Attendance 2,267 Mutual Handle $107,919 Huskers Romp Past York, 7-2 York The University of Nebraska soccer team scored a 7-2 victory over York College here Saturday under the strength of Eric Davies who managed three goals to pace the Huskers. The other four goals came from Louis Archer, Orhan Ozbay, Doug Trenerry and Mengistu Hulluka. 435-9882 Lincoln Sunday Journal and f Sport iiiniim!iii!ainiiiHiiii!iiii!traiiii i V -J By Oklahoma coach Chuck Fairbanks doesn't agree with those who contend that it was a special defense that permitted Notre Dame to beat Texas' wishbone-T in last winter's Cotton Bowl. "There were four factors that allowed Notre Dame to beat Texas," he sayd. "For one, Notre Dame was one of two or three teams in the nation with the ability to control the football on Texas. "Secondly, Notre Dame beat them in the kicking game. No. 3, there were some physical mismatches between Notre Dame personnel and Texas personnel. And No. 4, they had a good defensive plan, but they also had the players to make that plan work." More Yards Than in '70 "Texas gained more yardage against Notre Dame in the 1971 game than they had the year before when they won the game," Fairbanks adds. Fairbanks claims the physical mismatches were particularly evident at center and guards where Notre Dame had players physically capable of stopping the run without doubling up. "Notre Dame did a good coaching job because they used their people to win, but on the blackboard the defense they used is not without problems in theory," he adds. Texas quarterback Eddie Phillips agrees. "By the time we played Notre Dame, we'd seen just about every defense possible," he says. "It's not your alignment that wins games, but what you do with your alignment." Speaking Helps Poise Kansas offensive coordinator Charlie McCullers figures the KU Ambassador Program in which Jayhawk football players make several public speeches during the summer months does more than boost KU football. "You'd be surprised what it does for the poise of those involved in the program," he points out. "They come back in the fall with a great deal more poise." Colorado football coach Eddie Crowder claims the players who face the biggest problems in college football today are offensive linemen because "they're being confronted by multiple defenses and stunting." Don Fambrough, the new Kansas head football coach after 22 years as an assistant, is learning there's much more to being a college head football coach these days than just coaching football. "For 22 years, I never thought of anything but football," he says, "Now, I'm trying desperately to find time to think about football." This conversation reportedly took place between Detroit Lions linebacker Paul Naumoff and tackle Alex Karras: Karras "Paul, why are you drenching those scrambled eggs with tobasco sauce? Naumoff "Because I can't stand eggs." Karras "Then why are you eating eggs?" Naumoff "Because I love Tobasco sauce." Graham's Runs Lift 'Pokes, 26-7 Statistics Miss. State Okla. Stale First downs 12 18 Rushes-yards 39-112 49-157 Passing yardage 112 194 Return yardage 21 143 Passos 11-25-1 11-22-2 Punts 7-42 3-35 Fumbles lost 1 0 Yards penalized 73 59 Stillwater, Okla. - Oklahoma State, paced by the electrifying running and pass catching of flanker Dick Graham and the talents of quarterbacks Brent Blackman and Tony Pounds, crushed Mississippi State 26-7 in an intersectional football battle here Saturday afternoon. The victory before a record-breaking crowd for an OSU home opener avenged a 14-13 loss to the Bulldogs last year at Jackson, Miss. A total of 31,500 turned out for the game at Lewis Stadium in 90-degree weather, eclipsing the old record of 27,000 set in 1967 against Air Force. Graham got the OSU scoring off to a rollicking start in the first quarter as he raced 81 yards for a touchdown on a punt return to make it 7-0. He was also the leading Cowboy receiver. Pounds, pressed hard during pre-season practice for the starting nod by sophomore Blackman, hit on 8 of 1? attempts for 144 yards passing, yi-.' v-' iii-''liii''iiikii....iamti-Hi'tf:'- "-'" " Whites MOVED to 140 West Same fine 24 hour service Same Phone 432-4413 8 wreckers to serve you. We have moved into a new building to serve you better. As of August 1st we divided our business and are no longer associated wiih 12ih and L Conoco. We also have Capital City Salvage Pool and Capital City Auto Sales. Call 432-4673. We will be happy to serve you. Star Sept. 12, 1971 3 D Signals " ntniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiaiiiiiummffl iy mni!ii!iii:i!iiiiii5i!iiiiiratii!jifia Hal Brown including a 21-yard touchdown toss to Graham. The Cowboy offense gained a total of 351 yards, including 195 yards in the air against an experienced MSU secondary. Miss State Okla. State OSU Graham kick) 7 0 0 0-7 7 7 5 7-26 punt return (Pruss MSU Grubbs 2 run (Ellis kick) OSU Blackman 15 run (Pruss kick) OSU FG Pruss 21 OSU Safety (wild pass from center) OSU Graham 21 pass from Pounds (Pruss kick) A-31,500. Michigan State Blanks Illini Statistics III. MSU First downs 6 15 Rushing yardage 43-117 63-181 Passing yardage 33 75 Return yardage 23 109 Passes 5-9-1 10 23-3 Punts 9-39 4-38 Fumbles lost 7 4 Yards penalized 51 35 East Lansing, Mich. (UPI) -A six-yard scoring run by Eric Allen and 48-yard field goal by Borys Shlapak provided the only scoring Saturday as Mighican State notched a 10-0 Big Ten win over Illinois in a game totally dominated by defense. Illinois O 0 0 Michigan State 0 3 0 MSU FG Shlapak 48 MSU-Allen 6 run (Shlapak kick) A-42,083. 0- 0 7-10 CcrnrRsrcic! Wrecker Service Mi

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