Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 14, 1979 · 31
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Sports SECTION D &unt)jp Journal anb &tar Oct. 14. 1979 Lincoln, Neb. oaring Muskers ground Jayhawks, 42-0 s v ' . iif-x ' if? . 1 Hl I? --v, Gv W ' i'P i P , "5 III? A A 1 ;i i, , y '' SI i jf :.r Jfc, . . . Is r- ' .xA ' 1 jT " " I smy If If V " 'iSL It didn't matter where or how the Nebraska Black Shirts defended Saturday. The result was the same as the Jayhawks managed just 79 total yards in the 42-0 blanking by the Cornhuskers. Here KU's Harry Weaver PITTSBURGH (AP) - Ask Earl Weaver about The Book, and the Baltimore manager, one of baseball's master ' strategists, laughs. never read The Book," confessed ' Weaver Saturday after making some pinch-hitting chess moves that produced a pair of two-run doubles by John Lowen-stein and Terry Crowley as the Orioles had their third big inning of the World Series and beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 9-6. The Orioles took a 3-1 lead in the best-. of-seven Series. The victory left them one victory away from their third baseball championship. They'll go for it Sunday and you can be ire Weaver will moving his players " around like chessmen again. "It's people's judgment what The Book should be," he said. "I did what I thought - was the logical thing to do at the time." .Weaver's logic told him that it was zi np J Sports 1 V Scene Sunday Football Regional coverage of Buffalo at Miami; Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 12 noon, OGDSD New Orleans at Tampa Bay. 12 noon, OCDID Philadelphia at St. Louis, 12 noon, 4.13K Regional coverage of Denver at Kansas City; Seattle at San Diego, 3 p.m., OtD Detroit vs. Oreen Bay at Milwaukee, 3 p.m., OGD(U Michigan vs. Minnesota, 1:30 p.m., 00 -Los Angeles of Dallas, t p.m., O Baseball World Series: Live coverage of the fifth game from me ctty of the National League Chompioti, I p.m., Q4J,IMM,MK strategy time to go to his left-handed pinch hitters in the eighth inning against Kent Te-kulve, the side-winding ace of the Pittsburgh bullpen. So he summoned Lowenstein first and then Crowley, and both moves paid off. Weaver was asked for a word to describe the two utility men and agreed that "journeymen" fit. "I've had 87 pinch hits in my career," said Crowley. "It doesn't disappoint me to be called journeyman." Lowenstein also shrugged off the tag. "I don't care what I'm called just so I can contribute in a positive nature to Texas stops Oklahoma, 16-7 Oklahoma Texas First downs Rushes-yords Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fombles-tost Penalties-yards 6 16 40-128 30 54 J- 9-1 8-44 3-2 3-19 66-223 127 57 7-14-1 6-36 4-2 2-30 DALLAS (UPI) - A steady diet of misdirection running plays by A.J. Jones, a one-handed touchdown catch by tight end Steve Hall and a swarming defense that shut down the nation's No. 1 scoring machine carried fifth-ranked Texas to a 16-7 victory over the third-rated Oklahoma Sooners Saturday. Texas' NCAA leading defense kept pressure on the dangerous Sooners all afternoon and Longhorns kicker John Goodson contributed three field goals to knock the Sooners out of the unbeaten ranks. Both sides scored after an enemy mistake in the first half, but the Longhorns clung to a 10-7 halftime lead and then left --''WW t- w k Sydney (24) is hit high by Oudious Lee (63) during first half action. Kansas ground against the Huskers. lifts Orioles, 9-6 help the ballclub," he said. On the bench, the Orioles' left-handed contingent could see how the game was developing. Crowley discussed it in the third inning with Lowenstein. "I can see it now," he told his teammates. "You, me and (Pat) Kelly against Tekulve. One of us is going to have to win it." Weaver had the same idea. "We had those left-handed hitters sitting there throughout the game," he said. "It gives us a shot. Tekulve's eaten our right-handers up. Our left-handers were our best bet. You keep the gun loaded Season's records Oklahoma (4-1) Texas (44) Iowa 2U Idle Tulsa 49-13 lowo State 17-9 Rice 63-21 Missouri 21-0 Colorado 49-24 Rice 26-9 Texas 7-16 Oklahoma 16-7 O20ol Kansas St. O20 at Arkansas O 27 Iowa State N3atOkla. State N 10 Kansas N 17 at Missouri N 24 Nebraska D 1 Idle OZ70I5MU N 3 Texas Tech N 10 at Houston N17TCU N 24 Baylor D 1 at Texas A&M things to the defensive unit which closed off Heisman Trophy winner BiDy Sims and kept the Sooners in poor field position almost the entire afternoon. It was only the second victory in the past nine years for Texas In this 74-year-old series and the decision boosted the Longhorns to 4-0 for the season. Oklahoma, which fell to 4-1, had a six-game winning streak broken. Oklahoma managed only two first downs in the first half and one of those came on an 11-yard scoring pass from J.C. Watts to Stanley Wilson, That touch STAFF COLORPHOTO BY RANDY HAMPTON (65) and low by David Clark gained just 20 yards on the with the guys you want sitting there." When Weaver fired that gun, it produced another big inning for the Birds. The Orioles have scored their runs in bunches in this Series. They had a five-run burst in the first inning of Game 1, which they won 5-4. And they scored five more in the fourth inning of Game 3, which they won 8-4. Just how good a strategist is Weaver? Well, after Lowenstein and Crowley delivered their doubles to put Baltimore in front, Weaver passed up another SERIES: Continued page 3D down came after Texas' Johnny Johnson had fumbled away a punt at his own 16 and the score gave the Sooners a 7-3 lead. But late in the first half, Texas defensive back Derrick Hatchett intercepted a pass by Watts and ran it back 36 yards to the Oklahoma 5, from where the Longhorns scored the go-ahead touchdown in three plays. On a third-and-two situation, quarterback Donnie Little lofted a pass toward Hall, one of two Oklahomans on the Texas roster, deep in the end zone. The ball floated over Hall's head, but he leaped up, extended his left arm as high as he could and dragged in the pass for the score. Goodson opened the scoring with a 37-yard field goal in the first quarter and clinched the game in the final period with field goals of 23 and 38 yards. The first of those fourth quarter field goals game after Texas had driven from OKLAHOMA: Continued pan 2D KU NU First downs 8 28 Rushes-yarcts 28-20 70-430 Passing yards 59 181 Total offense 79 611 Return yards 11 2 Posses $-21-3 12 22-0 Punts 9-45 4-35 Fumbtes-lost tl 0-0 Peoaltles-vards 5-51 11-94 Time of possession 19:08 40:52 Third down conversions 2-12 8-20 Fourth down conversions 00 3-4 By Vlroll Parker Sports Editor The Nebraska Cornhuskers and Craig Johnson picked up right where they left off last year against Kansas in Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon. Nebraska's 42-0 victory was by the exact same margin as kst year's triumph in Lawrence (63-21). And Johnson, who is surely the best third-string running back in the nation, had another fantastic afternoon against the Jayhawks. The Omaha junior can be excused for not quite duplicating his yardage output of a year ago, when he touched the ball just 11 times while gaining 270 yards (10 carries for 192 and one pass reception for 78 more). But this time Johnson set a school record by dashing 94 yards for one of his two touchdowns to produce the final score on the last play of the third quarter. The longest previous run from scrimmage by a Cornhusker was by John Edwards (84 yards) against Oregon State back in 1954 before Johnson was born. "Craig never ceases to amaze me," Husker head man Tom Osborne said of Johnson, who Saturday totaled 138 yards on nine carries. "His fastest 40-yard dash time is :04.6. That's not slow, but it's far from our fastest. Yet you put a football Missouri surprised by Oklahoma State MU OSU First downs 19 19 Rushes-yords 50-246 49-148 Posslna yards 130 209 Return yards 75 U3 Posses 10 21-1 21-27-0 Punts 8-29 5-35 Fumbles-lost 1-1 3-0 Penalties-yards 5-35 4-40 COLUMBIA, Mo. (L'Pl) - Reserve quarterback John Doerner passed for two second half touchdowns Saturday to lift Oklahoma State to a 14-13 upset over lath-ranked Missouri in the Big Eight opener for both teams. Doerner, a sophomore who entered the game on Oklahoma State's third series when starter Harold Bailey suffered a stomach injury, hit 8 of 17 passes. Terry Suellentrop, who was moved to a defensive end spot before the start of the season, returned to the backfield and -gained a career high 152 yards on 22 carries, including 144 during the Cowboys' second half rally. The Tigers' Jeff Brockhaus miasicd three field goal attempts in the final quarter, including a 52-yarder that fell just short with 16 seconds left in the game. The Missouri kicker had failed to Stanford rally nets tie with No. 1 USC Stan 25 49-128 281 35 25-43-1 4-47 fl 4-63 USC 22 47-295 67 77 7-13-2 4-39 2-2 4-45 First downs Rushes-yords Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Quarterback Turk Schonert fired two scoring passes and ran for a third touchdown in the second half Saturday to earn Stanford a stunning 21-21 tie with top-ranked Southern California in a Pacific-10 game, snapping the Trojans' 13-game win streak. The Cardinals, a three-touchdown underdog, are 3-2-1 and 141-1 in Pac-10 play. The Trojans are 5-0-1 and 2-0-1 in conference actioa Trailing 214) at halftime, Schonert passed 19 yards to tailback Mike Dot-terer to make it 21-7 with 9:23 left in the third quarter. The Cardinals cut the USC lead to one touchdown 2:37 into the final period with Schonert's 9-yard pass to Ken Margerum. Stanford tied the score with 4:33 left in the game when Schonert scrambled 10 yards through the heart of the Trojans' How AP's top 20 fared Next week's 1. USC (51) tied Stanford, 21-21 a NotTeSamil 2. Alabama (5-0) def . Florida, 40-0 Tulane 3. Oklohoma (4-1 ) lost to Texas, 16-7 at Kansas St 4. Texas (4-0) def. Oklohoma, 14-7 at Arkansas 5. Nebraska (5-0) def. Kansas, 42-0 ai Oklahoma St. 6. Washington (5-1 ) lost to Arizona State, 12-7 Pitt 7. Houston (5-0) def. Texas AIM, 17-14 SMU 8. Ohio Stote (4-0) def. Indiana, 47-4 Wisconsin . Florida Stat (441) def. Mississippi State, 17-4 i . . ... . -idle 10. Notre Dome (4-1) def. Air Force, 38-13 USC 11. Michigan (5-1) def. Minnesota, 31-21 " at'llilnols 12. Arkonsos (5-0) del. Texas Tech, 204 Texas 13. LSU (3-2) lost to Georgia 21-14 Kentucky 14. North Corollno (4-1) lost to Wake Forest, 24-19 " .at N. C. Stote 15. Missouri ( J-2) lost to Okkmoma State, 14-13 at Colorado 14. Brlgham Young (5-0) def. Utoh State, 48-24 at Wyoming 17. North Corollno State (S-l) def. Maryland, 7-0 . . . .. N. Corollno 18. Auburn (4-1) def. VonderMIt, 52-35 .ZrZ.Z.. 19. Michigan Stote (3-3) tost to Wisconsin, 38-29 . ....'porduo ' 20. Purdue (4-2) def. Illinois, u M , ... ZZBSSSmSS. Season's records Kansas (1-4) Nebraska (5-0) Pittsburgh 0-24 Utah State 35-14 Michigan 7-28 lowo 24 21 No. Texas St 37-17 Penn State 42 17 Syracuse 27-45 N.Mexico St 5'0 Nebraska 0-42 Kansas 4; 0 O20ot lowo State 0 20 at Ok la. Stote 027 Ok la. Stote N 3 Kansas State N 10 at Oklahoma N 17 Colorado N 24 Missouri 0 27 Coiorodo N 3 at Missouri N 10 at Kansas Stole N 17 Iowa Stote N 24 ai oionomo under his arm and he outruns people who are faster than he is" Johnson's long-distance jaunt almost overshadowed the third straight 100-yard-plus game for starting I-back Jarvis Red wine (157 yards on 24 carries). And Redwine was never in the game after Johnson relieved him midway through the third quarter. I.M. Hipp, the second Husker I-back to see action, has needed just 59 yards (or the past two weeks to become Nebraska's alltime career rushing leader. A badly sprained big toe kept him on the sidelines a week ago. Against Kansas, Hipp earned just six times for 19 net yards before he aggravated the same injury. Now he needs 40. The Cornhuskers entered the game as the nation's total offense leader with a 483.5 per game average. They totaled 611 against the Jayhawks, pushing the average to an even 509 per game. Despite such impressive statistics, Osborne saved his greatest praise for Nebraska's defensive unit. "That's their second straight shutout (coupled with a 57-0 blanking of New Mexico Slate last week)," he said of the Black Shirts. "It's been a long time since we've done that HUSKERS: Continued page 7D Season's records Okla. State (3-2) No. Texas State.... 25-7 Wichita State 16-6 Arkansas 7-27 Idle So. Carolina 16-23 Missouri 14-13 0 20 Nebraska 0 27 ot Kansas N 3 Oklahoma N 10 at Colorado N 17 Kansas State N 24 at lowo State Missouri (3-2) San Diego St 45-15 Illinois 14-6 Mississippi 33 7 Texas 0-21 idle Okla. State 13-14 O 20 at Colorado O 27 Kansas State N 3 Nebraska N 10 at Iowa State N 17 Oklahoma N 24 at Kon?os convert kicks of 35 and 36 yards earlier in the period. Missouri had capitalized on three Oklahoma Stale turnovers in the first half to take the 13-0 halftime lead. Norman Goodman blocked a Kris Lundgaard punt on the fourth play of the game and Missouri's Ray Stephans recovered at the 23 to set up a l-yard run by James Wilder, the Tigers' first touchdown in the first half all season. Eric Wright picked off a pass from Doerner and returned it 18 yards to the Oklahoma Stale 21 to set Up Brockhaus' 37-yard kick with 2:56 left in the half. Brockhaus added a .second field goal OKLA. ST. : Continued page 2D Season's records Stanford (3-2-1) USC (5-0-1) Tulane 10-33 Texas Tech 21-7 San Jose St 45-29 Oregon St 42 5 Army 13-17 Minnesoto 48-4 Boston College.. ..33-14 LSI) 17-12 UCLA 27-24 Wash. State 50-21 USC 21-21 Stanford 21-21 OTOat Arizona O20at Notre Dame O 27 at Oregon St. N 3 Arizona State N 10 Oregon N 17 California N 24 Idle 027 at California N 3 Arizona NlOot Washington N 17 Idle N 24 UCLA defense. Ken Naber, whose 58-yard field goal against UCLA last week gave Stanford a dramatic victory in the final six seconds, kicked the extra point. With the score tied 21-21 with 2:49 left in the game, Stanford's Rick Parker intercepted a Paul McDonald pass and returned it 8 yards to the USC 49 six plays later, Naber attempted a 53-yard field goal with 43 seconds remaining, but the kick fell short and USC took over on its 36. After McDonald completed three consecutive passes and a pass interference call against Stanford gave the Trojans the ball on the Stanford 22 with three sec- USC: Continued, paoe 10D

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