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4D October 19, 1975, Lincoln, Sunday Journal and Star HI 1 flun 1. i i 1 1 Hi vf- OS.R.Toylor I 1 Cr vjf rA3' riff I 9, wmmmmmmmm despite Burrow's efforts. (5). Taylor's tactics were noticed by an official and an offensive pass interference penalty was called, nullifying the apparent touchdown and giving Nebraska a touchback and possession of the ball. The Cowboys thought they had a touchdown on this fourth quarter play.

OSU running back Terry Miller (43) attempts to fool the Husker defense by stopping short on his end sweep to throw a pass(l). Jimmy Burrow (2) isn't caught in the trap, however, and is right with intended receiver Ricky Taylor (40). In fact, Taylor uses both his hand and his foot to push Burrow away from the approaching ball (2). Both players maintain their concentration (3) but Taylor now has the advantage in leaping for the pass (4). He takes possession in the end zone Bumps, Bruises Abound Stillwater, Okla.

Nebraska defensive end Bob Martin, who was dismissed from a Lincoln hospital Friday in time to catch Nebraska's flight here, was back in a Lincoln hospital Saturday night. The Cornhusker co-captain is i started and played the first half against the Cowboys despite a severe knee infection caused from an AstroTurf burn. "It didn't feel too bad the first half," Martin said of his knee. "But after I sat down at half-time, it stiffened up and I just couldn't go on it anymore in the second half." Martin was limping noticeably throughout the first half, but still Shamblin Hangs On Dave Shamblin (81) dives to make a pass reception in front of OSU defender Clifton Sullivan (6). The catch, at the Cowboy two-yard line, set up the third Nebraska touchdown.

Vi managed to participate in four I laiMea dim ictuvci a iiuiiuic. His replacement, senior Dave Redding, also suffered a knee injury. Tony Samuel replaced Red-ding with nine minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Nebraska quarterback starter Terry Luck was forced to the sidelines early in the first 4 v-WfT VV qudiiei wiui tin eye mjuiy. Trainer Paul Schneider said it will be checked Sunday to deter- nunc ui ovfuiij vi uv Aiijukj.

Wingback starter Curtis Craie also missed almost the entire 1 game because of a bruise of the lower thigh. He expected to return to the lineuo next week Photos By Bob Gorham Web Ray Randy Hampton Frank Varga Injuries also struck two other key Nebraska players. Ail-American center Rik Bonness reinjured a knee and had trouble walking off the field and all- 1 American monster candidate I Wonder Monds was sidelined 1'' JrfT'1! 1 Deriodicallv with a iammed vfVVrl neck. vtr SC A "This is where the 48-man )Mti-rifi3 rroirol limit raollir liiirfc i.nn 11 Mm v)MV: UI1UI IUU1I UIUW JUUi iMeDrasxa coacn 10m usoorne observed. "We're hoping Craig is iust had a charlie horse.

But when he went out nn thp Monte Anthony (49) went on his first 100-yard fifth or sixth play, we were rampage of the season Saturday. The forced to use Tom Heiser almost 11 1 1 1 tne wnole game," noted Bellevue sophomore rambled through holes 0sbome. "We even had to move like this for 117 yards on 19 carries. Jnn O'Leary over to wingback to help out there." Schneider said the full extent of Nebraska's injuries won't be known until Sunday. I 1 IIm 1 'rjt N-Shamblin Fumble Just when things looked like they were going good, disaster struck.

The Huskers led 21-7 and OSU was forced to punt. But Bobby Thomas (8) couldn't find the handle on an attempted fair catch and the race was on. Pursuing with Thomas are Cowboys Pete Coppola (21), Kent Gravely (52), Ron Baker (66) and Skip Taylor (28). Coppola made the recovery and OSU scored on the next play. f' 1 The contrasting reactions tell the story of this play.

While Brad Dave Shamblin (81), Cowboys Darnell Meyers (26) and Clifton Jenkins (92) signals a Nebraska touchdown to the delight of Sullivan (6) aren't nearly so happy. 1 l' I.

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