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"Tr iage 26 Lincoln Journal-Star INSIDE FOOTBALL Friday, October 21, 1994 powers Mizzou wasn't BY MIKE BABCOCK Lincoln Journal-Star knows always pats v vs. NUx Warren Powers plans to be at Faurot Field in Columbia, Wo!, on Saturday to watch the Nebraska-Missouri football game. - That's understandable. Powers is a Nebraska alum, as well as a three-year Comhusker football letterman. He also spent eight seasons as a full-time assistant coach (defensive backs) at Nebraska, on the staffs of both Bob Devaney and Tom Osborne He left after the 1976 season to become the head coach at Washington State. As long as Powers isn't on the Missouri sideline Saturday, wearing a headset and coaching the Tigers, Nebraska fans needn't be concerned about his being at the game. They can welcome it, in fact After bringing Washington State to Lincoln and upsetting the Cornhuskers 19-10 in the 1977 season opener, Powers went to Missouri, where he produced the last success Tiger football has enjoyed. In his first season at Missouri, 1978, he coached one of the most crushing defeats in recent Nebraska history. One week after the Cornhuskers upset No. 1-ranked Oklahoma 17-14 and appeared headed to a national championship game against Penn State in the Orange Bowl, they were defeated by Powers' Tigers 35-31 at Memorial Stadium. ."That was a great win for us," Powers said during a recent telephone interview from his home in St Louis. The upset earned Missouri a bid to the Liberty Bowl the first of five bowl games in which the Tigers played during Powers' seven seasons as head coach. Though Missouri never beat Nebraska again under Powers, or under the coaches who followed him for that matter, his teams almost always played the Cornhuskers tough. Nebraska won 23-20 in 1979, 6-0 in 1981, 23-19 in 1982 and 33-23 in 1984, Powers' only losing season at Missouri The ' Tigers haven't had a winning record since his next-to-last sfeason, in 1983. The problem with Missouri was the administration," Powers said. "That has been a lot of the problem. I think they have a good administration now, and maybe Larry Smith can do something." Where Are They Now? Powers has lived in St Louis since leaving Missouri, and coaching. A couple of years ago, he sold a furniture and appliance rental business. Now, he works for a large CMC dealer. Coaching hasnt lost all of its appeal "At times, you miss it" he said. "The longer you're out the harder it is to get back in." Not all that long ago, he tried to get back Into coaclung with the NFL's Los Angeles Raiders, "but it didn't work out" Powers played six seasons with the Raiders when they were in Oakland. He arrived when Al Davis took over the team. The Raider mystique started then," said Powers, a defensive back. In 1962, Oakland was Ml In 1963, his rookie season, the Raiders were 10-4. In 1968, his final season, they played in Super Bowl II. Powers was no stranger to dramatic turnarounds even then. He was among the players already at Nebraska when Devaney took a team that had finished 3-6-1 in 1961 and made it a big winner in 1962. ....... The ingredients were there, the athletes. It just needed a leader to drive it in the right way," Powers said. "I learned a lot from that Bob was great masterful at handling people." Powers hasnt been to a game at Memorial Stadium since the last time he came to Lincoln as Missouri's coach in 1984. "I dont go to many games (in Columbia), usually one a year, for a Nebraska game or to see one of the coaches who were with me," he said. . He keeps up on the Big Eight however. "This might be the best team Tom (Osborne) has ever had, even (counting) the one in 1983," Powers said. "It's a shame Tommie Frazier got hurt" Nebraska beat Missouri 34-13 in 1983. That was a rare lopsided victory against the Tigers with Powers on the sideline. &4 ( ilP i . -'V 'fr, NU edged Warren Powers' Missouri teams 23-20 in 1 979, 6-0 in 1 981 . 23-1 9 In 1 982 and 33-23 in 1 984. Utah-CSU is top game of weekend BY RICK WARNER Associated Press Yot may need a road map to find it bui Saturday's marquee game in college football takes place at Fort Col-lyiSjColo. Ha the only matchup of undefeated teams. No. 18 Utah (6-0) visits No. 12 Colorado State (7-0) in a Western Athletic Conference showdown. Colorado State is off to its best start since 1925, and Utah is trying to go 7-0 for the first time since 1947. The College Picks winner gains the inside track to the Holiday Bowl and has a chance to become the WAC's first unbeaten team since 13-0 BYU won the national championship in 1984. Colorado State has already won at BYU and Arizona, handing those teams their only losses of the season. In last week's 47-9 victory over Texas-El Paso, the Rams gained 585 yards and held the Miners to 139. Utah leads the WAC in every defensive category and also is No. 1 in scoring and total offense. t The game looks like a tossup, but Colorado State is a 2Vi-point favorite with the home advantage. ... Colorado State 20-17. 3 No. 19 Kansas State ( 14') at No. 2 Colorado: The Wildcats haven't beaten the Buffs since 1984. . . . Colorado 34-21. No. 3 Nebraska (-25) at Missouri: The Huskers have won 15 straight against the Tigers. . . . Nebraska 38-7. Rice (20) at No. 6 Texas A&M: The Aggies won't lose this season. . . . Texas A&M 35-17. No. 7 Miami, Fla. (-21) at West Virginia: The Hurricanes will avenge last' year's loss to the Mountaineers. ...Mami 42-10. Mississippi ( 10) at No. 8 Alabama: Jay Barker is 30-1-1 as a starting QB. . . . Alabama 27-10. No. 9 Washington (-8) at Oregon: The Huskies have won the last five meetings Washington 27-14. Ctemson (30) at No. 10 Florida State: The Tigers are 1-4 vs. Division I-A opponents Florida State 42-10. No. 11 Michigan (-3'z) at Illinois: The . Loser falls out of the Big Ten race.... Illinois 21-20. : SMU ( 20) at No. 13 Texas: As the loss to Rice shows, the Longhorns can't overlook anybody. . . . Texas 34-17. . - UCLA ( 16V4) at No. 14 Arizona: The Bruins have lost five in a row. . . . Arizona 28-7. No. 15 North Carolina (3V4) at No. 25 Virginia: The Tar Heels have lost six straight at Charlottesville. . . . North Carolina 24-21. No. 16 Syracuse (-21 V4) at Temple: The Orangemen have held the Owls under 10 points in each of the last five meetings. . . . Syracuse 45-14. Pittsburgh ( 18) at No. 17 Virginia Tech: The Hokies have won nine straight at home Virginia Tech 31- 14. -No. 20 Duke (-17) at Wake Forest: The Blue Devils are off to their best start since 1952. . V . Duke 38-10. No. 21 BYU (-22) at Texas-El Paso: The Cougars are coming off a shocking win at Notre Dame. . . . BYU 42-11 Rutgers (12Vi) at No. 22 Boston College: The Scarlet Knights will upset the Eagles. . . . Rutgers 24-21. No. 23 Washington State (-7) at Arizona State: The Cougars have the nation's stingiest defense. ... Washington State 21-7. Perdue ( llVt) at No. 24 Ohio Stat; The BfliVrmakera are the Big Ten's surprise team. . . . Purdue 24-23. Nebraska Travel Roster No Name Pos HI Wt Yr 1 Lawrence Phillips IB 6-0 200 So. 2 Leslie Dennis CB , 5-8 165 Fr. 3 Riley Washington SE 5-9 170 So. 4 Troy Dumas LB 64 220 Sr. 5 Brendan Holbein SE 5-9 180 So. 5 Octavwus McFarfn ROv 60 180 Fr. 6 DamErslad KP 6-2 195 So. 7 RegojeBaut SE 5-8 170 Jr. 8 Tyrone Williams CB 6-0 185 Jr. 9 Tonyveland FS 6-2 200 Jr. 9 Monte Christo 08 5-11 175 Fr. 11 MattTurman QB 5-11 165 So. 12 TomSieler K 6-5 205 Sr. 14 Barron Miles CB 5-8 165 Sr. 16 Ene Stokes CB 5-11 175 So. 18 Brook Bemnger OB 64 210 Jr. 20 Michael Booker CB 6-2 200 So. 21 Damon Benning IB 5-11 205 So. 22 Jeff Makovicka IB 5-10 210 Jr. 23 Larry Arnold LB 64 220 So. 25 Jonvedral WB 5-9 160 Sr. 26 Clinton Childs B 6-0 215 Jr. 27 Abdul Muhammad WB 5-9 160 Sr. 28 Bnan Schuster FB 5-11 210 So. 28 Jamel Williams LB 6-2 195 So. 29 Kareem Moss ROV 5-10 190 Sr. 32 Ed Stewart LB 6-1 215 Sr. 33 Clester Johnson WBQB 5-11 210 Jr. 37 Darren Schmadeke CB 5-8 180 Jr 40 Cory Scnlesinger FB 6-0 230 Sr. 41 Phil Ellis LB 6-2 225 Jr. 44 Jon Hesse LB 64 225 So. 45 Clint Brown LB 6-1 215 Sr. 46 Doug Colman LB 6-3 240 Jr. 51 Bin Humphrey C 6-2 265 Sr. 54 Aaron Graham C 6-3 280 Jr. 55 Christian Peter DT 6-2 285 Jr. 56 RobZatechka OT 6-5 315 Sr. 57 Jason Pesterfield DT 6-3 260 Sr. 61 BradyCaskey . OT 64 290 Sr. 65 Bryan Pruitt OG 6-1 255 Jr. 66 BrendenStai OG 64 300 Sr. 67 Aaron Taylor OG 6-1 290 Fr. 70 Eric Anderson OT 64 295 Fr. 72 ZachWiegert OT 6-5 300 Sr. 74 Scott Saltsman DT 6-2 255 So. 75 Chris Dishman OT 6-3 305 So. 76 Joel Wilks OG 6-3 280 Sr. 84 Donta Jones OLB 6-2 220 Sr. 85 Matt Shaw TE 6-3 235 Sr. 86 Dwayne Harris OLB 6-2 225 Sr. 87 Mark Oilman TE 6-3 240 Jr. 88 Erie Afford TE 6-2 225 Sr. 91 Ryan Terwilliger LB 6-5 220 So. 92 Jerad Higman OLB 6-1 230 Sr. 93 Jared Tomich OLB 6-2 250 So. 94 Larry Townsend DT 64 285 So. 95 Jason Peter DT 64 275 Fr. 98 Grant Wistrom OLB 6-5 230 Fr. 99 Terry Connealy DT 6-5 275 Sr. Handy isn't eager to tell team goodbye Senior quarterback likes new Tiger coach BY CURT MCKEEVER Lincoln Journal-Star Husker Foe NEBRASKA (7-0, 2-0) No. Player Ht 7 Reggie Baul 5-8 56 Rob Zatechka 6-5 76 Joel Wilks 6-3 54 Aaron Graham 6-3 66 Brenden Stai 6-4 72 Zach Wiegert 6-5 85 Matt Shaw 6-3 18 Brook Bemnger 6-4 40 Cory Scnlesinger 6-0 1 Lawrence Phillips 6-0 27 Abdul Muhammad 5-9 6 Darin Erstad 6-2 86 Dwayne Harris 6 55 Christian Peter 6 99 Terry Connealy 6 84 Donta Jones 6 4 Troy Dumas 6 46 Doug Colman 6 32 Ed Stewart 6 14 Barron Miles 5 29 Kareem Moss 5- 9 Tony Veland 6 8 Tyrone Williams 6 6 Darin Erstad 6 Kickoff: 1 p.m. Saturday, Faurot Field. Columbia, Mo. Radio: KFAB (1 110 AM), KLIN (1400 AM). Probable Starters OFFENSE Considering the condition that the Missouri football program has been in lately, one might think quarterback Jeff Handy is glad to be a senior. Quite the contrary. "I think with Coach (Larry Smith), it's going to make progress," Handy said. "If it's not Wt. Yr. Pos. No. Player 170 Jr. SEWR 7 Brian Sallee ' 315 Sr. LT 75 TreyONeil 280 Sr. LG 77 Matt Dowil 280 Jr. C 50 RussAppel 300 Sr. RG 74 Rafe Parsons 300 Sr. RT 71 Chris Buck 235 Sr. TE 85 Bill Lingerfelt 210 Jr. QB 11 Jeff Handy 230 Sr. FB 24 Greg Smith 200 So. IBTB 1 Joe Freeman 160 Sr. WBWR 2 Rahsetnu Jenkins 195 So. K 19 Kyle Pooler DEFENSE 225 Sr. LOLBBAN 47 Chris Singletary 285 Jr. DTDG 98 Steve Martin 275 Sr. DT 92 Damon Simon 220 Sr. ROLBDE 8 Detrick Wells 220 Sr. SAM 43 Darryl Chatman 240 Jr. MIKENG 87 Matt Murray 215 Sr. WILL 39 Travis McDonald 165 Sr. LCBCB 15 Kevin Mcintosh 190 Sr. ROVSS 4 Bo Adams 200 Jr. FS 21 Andre White 185 Jr. RCBHB 26 Clayton Baker 195 So. P 19 Kyle Pooler MISSOURI (2-4, 1-1) Ht Wt. Yr. 6-3 195 Sr. 6-6 290 Sr. 6-6 272 Jr. 6-3 246 So. 6-5 320 Sr. 6-6 305 Jr. 6-4 240 So. 6-3 202 Sr. 6-0 211 So.. 5- 10' 180 Sr. 6-2 170 So. 6-0 193 Sr. 6-2 205 Sr. 6-5 284 Jr. 6-5 250 Sr. 6-0 226 Sr. 6-1 226 So. 6-5 284 Sr. 6-2 225 Sr. 6-0 172 Sr. 6-0 201 Jr. 6- 1 194 Sr. 5-10 174 So. 6-0 193 Sr. Jeff Handy No Nam 1 Joe Freeman 2 Rahsetnu Jenkins 3 Derrick Miller 4 Bo Adams 5 ShadCnss 7 Bnan Sallee 8 Detrick Wells 9 Demontie Cross 10 Montana Waggoner 11 Jeff Handy 12 Adrian Stewart 13 Brandon Corso 15 Kevin Mcintosh 16 MarkNorris 17 Mtsael Atvarado 18 Kent Skornia 19 Kyle Pooler 20 Jerry Wooden 21 Andre White 22 Ernest Black we) 23 Raphael Boyd 24 Greg Smith 25 Jerf Jones 26 Clayton Baker 27 Brock Ovo 28 Kay Blake 29 StevonneWortham Pot Ht TB 5-10 WR 6-2 HB 5-11 SS 60 WR 5-10 WR 6-3 DE 60 FS 64 CB 5-11 QB 6-3 WR 5-9 OB 6-2 CB 60 K 6-2 OB 6-1 QB 64 K.P 6-0 HB 5-11 FS 6-1 RB 6-3 TB 60 FB 60 RB 60 HB 5-10 TB 5-1 BAN 6-3 CB 60 Missouri Roster Wt Yr 180 Sr. 170 So. 171 So. 201 Jr. 175 Fr. 195 Sr. 226 Sr. 202 So. 186 Sr. 202 Sr. 158 So. 195 So. 172 Sr. 190 So. 188 Fr. 185 Fr. 193 Sr. 179 Sr. 194 Sr. 230 Fr. 204 So. 211 So. 208 So. 174 So. 185 Fr. 218 Jr. 175 Fr. Team Ruining C Yds ParOm Nebraska 421 2790 396 6 Wrsconsrn 295 1870 3117 Oregon St 335 1820 3033 Army 355 1807 301 2 Ar Force 341 1777 2962 Colorado 291 1729 288 2 Inaana 313 1714 285 7 Kansas 314 1695 282 5 Central Men. 362 1920 274 3 Perm Si 257 1599 266.5 11 1 tiny AH Cp Yd YdaPO George 288 169 2458 351 1 Flonda St. 218 135 1644 328 8 Stanford 240 159 1938 323 0 Nevada 290 173 2217 316 7 Flonda 215 132 1830 3050 BnghamYoung . 266 153 2067 295 3 Nevada-Lai Vega 316 164 2011 287.3 SanOegoSt 277 173 1970 2814 Utah 203 131 1651 275-2 New Mexico 270 155 1919 274,1 Total oftant Ptay Yd VdaPQ Perm St 413 3227 537 8 Colorado 430 3045 507 5 Nebraska 542 3524 503 4 Georgia 475 3429 489 8 Flonda St. 389 2446 489 2 Wrsconsn 445 2915 485 8 Flonda 433 2895 482 5 Nevada 554 3332 4760 Utah 475 2786 464 3 New Mexico 553 3226 460 8 nvi punwng No Yd Nat 30 Kevin Ford LB 6-1 219 Fr. 31 Antwan Johnson FB 6-1 216 Jr. 32 Fetix Lindsey TB 6-1 214 Fr. 33 Ryan Lyons TB 5-9 183 Sr. 34 Ron Janes FB 6-3 234 Fr. 35 AlStertmg LB 5-11 230 Fr. 36 Vie Faust TE 6-3 230 Jr. 38 Michael Washington FB 6-3 266 Sr. 39 Travis McDonald LB 6-2 225 Sr. 40 Jerome Madison S 60 183 Sr. 41 MarkAlnutt TE 6-1 233 Jr. 43 Darryl Chatman LB 6-1 226 So. 45 Joe Love LB 6-2 199 So. 46 John Saftey DT 6-3 243 Jr. 47 Chris Smgleta7 BAN 6-2 205 Sr. 49 Ramone Budgetts LB 6-2 220 Fr. 50 RussAppel C 6-3 246 So. 51 Wilt Market LB 6-1 202 So. 52 BnanWoessner OL 64 255 Fr. 53 Jamie Morris LB 6-1 211 Fr. 55 Darryl Major LB 6-2 235 Sr. 56 Shawn Sundal LB 6-2 220 Fr. 57 Craig Seymour C 6-1 245 Fr. 59 BnanCracraft DL 6-3 235 Fr. 60 ChnsCampOe OG 64 284 Fr. 61 Travis Btebei OT 64 249 Fr. 63 Steve Haag OL 6-1 260 So. 64 Chris Meredith DL 6-5 250 Fr. 65 Chris Barrows OG 64 280 Jr, Northwestern 30 42 3 8 8 42.1 Nevada 33 44 8 15 97 41 9 Pmstxrgh 39 43 2 16 52 41 8 Nebraska 27 42.3 H 45 40 6 Boston Cd. 29 44.1 10 109 404 Maryland 35 42 2 13 70 40 2 VvestVa. 48 49 0 27 428 40 0 Baylor 30 41.0 14 43 396 Duke 29 41.8 11 67 39 4 Punt ivtums No Yd Avg North Caro. 12 223 186 LSU 24 379 158 Eastern Men. , 11 173 15.7 Kansas 10 151 151 Akron 14 199 U2 SanOegoSt. 11 151 137 Bowing Green 18 246 13 7 Michigan St 12 160 13 3 Army 6 80 133 Pern St 18 230 128 66 Jonathan Sartft NT 64 267 Jr. 67 Scott Shedden OG 6-6 295 Jr. 68 Reagan Allen OG 6-6 291 Jr. 69 Todd Neimeyer OL 6-5 270 Fr. 70 CHtSmith OG 6-5 270 Fr. 71 Chris Buck OT 6-6 305 Jr. 74 Rafe Parsons OG 6-5 320 Sr. 75 TreyONeil OT 6-6 290 Sr. 77 Matt Dow OG 6-6 272 Jr. 78 Tim Keith OT 60 301 Jr. 80 FrankJones WR 5-11 177 Jr. 81 JayMurchison WR 6-1 175 Fr. 82 Lou Shepherd WR 6-0 197 So. 83 Maurice Darnels WR 5-10 190 Fr. 85 Bid Lrngerfett TE 64 240 So. 86 Miguel Gonzalez TE 6-3 232 Jr. 87 Matt Murray NT 6-5 284 Sr. 88 Lamont Frazier TE 64 237 Sr. 89 Martez Young WR 6-1 175 Fr. 90 JustinWvatt DL 64 235 Fr. 91 Patrvey DG 64 241 Jr. 92 DamonSimon DT 6-5 250 Sr. 94 Marc Pedrotli DE 64 225 Sr. 95 Wttkam Gregory DG 6-3 258 Fr. 96 Jake Stueve TE 6-3 230 Fr. 97 Donne! Jones NT 64 251 Fr. 98 Steve Martin DG 6-5 284 Jr. 99 Chrts Walls DG 6-3 225 Jr. this year, then it's going to be soon after. He's the type of guy who's going to bring out the best in every player." Handy has reason to believe the 2-4 Tigers can make something out of what's left of this season. Two weeks ago, Missouri played Colorado tough before losing 38-23. Last week, the Tigers won their first Big Eight Conference road game since 1990 with a 24-15 victory at Oklahoma State. The victory also marked the first time Missouri had won two straight games away from home since 1983. Saturday, the Tigers return to Faurot Field to take on second- and third-ranked Nebraska, hoping to post back-to-back wins for the first time in two years. That, coincidentally, also was the last time the Tigers beat a ranked opponent (Kansas). Missouri hasn't beaten the Cornhuskers since 1978. "When I came here, one of my biggest things was to help Missouri turn the program around," Handy said.., "We still have six games left, and a lot can happen. We've got a lot of confidence now, where before, with the new system, we were struggling getting it all down." Smith, who turned around programs at Tulane and Arizona before guiding Southern California to three Rose Bowls in six years, came to Missouri promising immediate improvement to a program that hasn't had a winning team in a decade "I think it got everybody pretty excited," Handy said. The thing about it is we have 20-some seniors, and that was the big part of the team. I think he had tp come in and say, 'I'm not here to rebuild. I'm here to win right away. The Tigers then proceeded to lose three of their first four games, including one to West, Virginia, a team Nebraska beat 31-0 in the Kickoff Clas-sic.'' "In the first games, we had a lot of dumb football mistakes," Handy said. "It wasn't with the schemes." Despite the setbacks, Missouri con- i tinued to show good effort. ' Last week,' Handy benefited from " that attitude by throwing three touch- down passes to become Missouri's all-time leader with 34. "We're all hustling, but it's not like ; we've perfected anything yet," Handy,, said, Trri not going to predict any- thing, but if we keep on playing hard. like we have, we feel like good things j are going to happen." Handy ranks fifth in Big Eight Con- ference history with 5,959 passing ' yards. He should get to 6,000 yards against Nebraska. But unlike under previous coach Bob Stull, Missouri's offense isn't geared toward the pass. "When we establish the run, it ', makes it a lot easier on me," Handy said. Doing that against the Nebraska ' defense will be a challenge for the , Tigers because "we feel like their strength is definitely their defensive " line," Handy said. "They're tough, and they bring six or seven guys. Their : secondary is pretty good, too. "Last year, they played kind of the same defense, and they really hurt us. We were with them there at 7-7, and then all of a sudden they just broke it loose." Nebraska won 49-7 last year. The ; last time the two teams played at Columbia, Handy in just his second . start racked up 424 yards passing. -That game also marked quarterback Tommie Frazier's first start for the Cornhuskers. Frazier accounted for 234 yards of offense and ran for three touchdowns to lift NU to a 34-24 win. Expect Handy to try to make Saturday's contest just as interesting. "I love the game of football and' playing , teams like Nebraska," he said. "It means a lot to finish out your ! career playing hard, doing everything I can to help." . Ncaa Leaders Purdue Wisconsin Miami (Fla.) Auburn Virginia Washington SL Utah Arizona Nebraska. Flonda Texas A&M Auburn North Caro. St 365 363 362 361 KJckoff retume Plan Avg Rat Rat Aw 3C 45.S 11 106 Texas A&M Kansas Kansas St. Georgia Tech Baylor Memphis Fresno St Nebraska TUane North Caro. Penn St Florida Colorado Nebraska Flonda St Scoring oftana No Yd Avg 11 3Z0 Z91 380 251 670 545 365 631 383 637 352 15 10 27 22 15 26 16 27 15 253 251 246 246 243 243 239 236 23.5 Miami (Fla ) VrgniaTech Utah Washington St Kansas St Georgia Tech Southwestern La. Memphn Texas Tech North Caro. St Washington SL 6 219 6 218 5 181 7 253 Hushing datanaa Car Yd VdaPO 176 321 535 216 186 191 215 185 221 246 189 223 Pits tfffctoftcy Alt Cp Yd TD Pta 136 64 685 1 76 56 241 106 1129 203 95 1014 335 357 362 437 405 476 557 488 508 558 595 603 624 67.5 793 796 81.3 84.7 179 105 140 184 169 160 193 Total dctanaa) 79 878 49 566 68 756 82 1038 82 843 70 910 94 960 S 81 05 3 82 80 2 83 44 1 85 57 1 8629 4 86 26 3 8918 5 89 34 4 90.07 Pis A 289 287 247 283 200 225 478 412 404 400 37.5 Utah Miami (fla ) North Caro. St Kansas St Washington Scoring dfww Plays VdsYdePQ 395 1213 202 2 1335 222 5 1351 225 2 1371 2285 1202 240 4 1446 241.3 1222 244 4 355 392 389 338 382 303 Pta Avg 39 65 a Bovrirx) Green 7 70 100 Arizona 6 62 103 Kansas SL $54 108 Utah 6 65 108 Alabama 7 83 119 Duke 6 72 120 One St. 7 84 12 0 Virginia 6 73 12.2 Indfvidual . . 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