Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 23, 1966 · 28
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Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · 28

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Sunday, October 23, 1966
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r 11 i ;4C Oct 23, 1966 tincoln Sunday Journal and Star niniimiiiiiiitinriiitifiitininiiniiiuiitnEiif iiiiiiwiitiiiiuiitiitiiiiiiiftiiitif iiitiiitiiitiiiiiui4)Htiiiiitiitiri Over Last a V , 1 N-Pickens l C I r':" 0 , . With teammate Bob Pickens making a block, Husker Pete Tatman plunges goalward . . I- Jl -Anderson kZ -.7 J .JJkJ, ( ,,,v - ' : , 1 y A. 1 Huskers' biggest fan, Carl Samuelson, wiggles an ear (corn-type) at'th foe. TTT'lii ii shift lip j i in it ' i tt i )i i r -1 iiTll Tin w wiiiwm 1 1 iii i iii m iib ''' fT ii wwirOTTr The difference: Nebraska's Larry Wachholtz tackled Colorado's Dan Kelly short of the goal wlicn Buffs tried a two-point conversion in the second quarter, The Hill . . . And scores game-winning touchdown with only 53 seconds to play. 3 ""71 4' i-' f 'ci 1 im. y Clock, Muff, Dropped Pass Bug Buff Boss Boulder, Colo- Di sap- pointed Colorado head coach - Eddie ; Crowder re fused to jingle out a key play which led to his team's heart-breaking defeat against Nebraska's poised Cornhuskers here Saturday. "There were so many Ar.AA thia 'piajo nmni uvmvu oM ttia Pnffain game, oaiv coach. One such play on Crowd- er's mind was the pass in terception dropped by de- fensive end Bill Fairband which would have sealed a Colorado upset in the final quarter. . Another was the fumble the Buffs lost on their own 16-yard line early in the game which led to Nebras- ka's first touchdown There were numerous other turning points in the contest pointed out by - crowder who also had the - clock on his mind. whether'o-) not the clock, adding, "But if you lose, it The Colorado mentor had s 1 0 p p e d running to- means there are more peo-rushed onto the . field with ward the end of the con- pie to throw bottles at you." NEBRASKA Offense LE Morrison, Kimmel. LT G. Brichacek, Taucher. LG Allen, M. Brichacek. C Petersen, KG Osberg, Armstrong;. RT Pickens, Hansen. RE Penney. QB Churchich, Weber. LH Gregory. RH Wilson, Davis. FB Tatman, Winters. Defense LE Patlon, Delaney. LT McCord, Czap. HlG Meylan, Lints. - Individual Nebraska Rushing Player Alt. Yds. Wilson g 30 Gregory 10 . 29 Tatman 8 26 Winter 3 20 Davis 3 6 Churchich 8 15 Passing Player Alt Comp. Int. Yds. Churchich ..34 20 0 236 Pass Receiving Player No. Yds. TD Morrison 8 108 1 Penney S 63 0 Gregory 3 26 1 Kimmcll 1 20 0 Wilson 3 19 0 Punting Player No. Avg. Armstrong 8 43.5 1:10 left in the game to . protest the time-keeping. Lat e r In the dressing sald tna8t .. the clock ,.had 8t d a hal, Aa7fin tlmM Kr th, shouldn't have. umtiaia vuuu i even lrnrtw U- - 1 - 1 UA now me ciock naa ctnnnpH " ovnlainpH rrnwrf. .rr-, r I received no explain tion,'just a request to get off the field." Crowder also claimed that "one full play was run with the clock sioppea wim : 14 remain- . Al- . t w me game. Crowder refused to dis-,e 11 dismissing further questions nv ki i 11 n tr " 1 no.T's an ! j V . X iL. nave . u .My . w a 1(ck Nebraska coach Bob De, vaney said he didn't notice - Nebraska-Colorado Lineups RT-Stith. RE Coleman, Zimmer, Weto-man. LB Senkbeil, Janik. LB Coleman, Alvarez. ' LH-Mueller, Fiala. RH Carstens, Kuehl. LS Thorell, Best. RS Wachholtz, PoRgemeyer. COLORADO Offense LE M. Martin, Polumbus. LT Montler, Springston. LG Beard, Bortles. C Cendali, Heath. RG K. Tracy. RT Csikos, Morgan. Statistics G)Iorado Rushing Player AM. Yds. Kelly 25 115 W. Harris 12 68 Cooks 15 57 O'Dell 2 8 I Planti 1 13 Banks 1 4 , Passing Att. Comp. Int. Yds. Player Kelly , ....17 6 2 99 Pass Receiving Player No. Yds. TD Plants 5 8t 1 Farler 1 18 Player Kelly Punting No. Avg, , 8 32.7 test. He added, "I, didn't think it did. d r, 1 f , at .gub . f Per; tamana . m 1 1 t have been its best of the sea- not feel bis Buffaloes played their top game overall. Colorado will meet Okla- homa here next weekend in "AT " r ' anoiner. crucial cig tugm tilt. TJPV!1I1pV Pnip Uevaney f raises 70fi? fliwW A 11S. U1CC1S Boulder Colo. The encouraging shouts of the 15,-000 Nebraska fans were . d . Husker Coach g . D th a.w v Will UVCi U1U1 BUW UOf d "It's sreat to have them here cheering for you if you ""win," Devaney" said, RE Plantz, Corson. QB Kelly. LH W. Harris, Banks. RH Farler, Bynum, FB Cooks, O'Dell. Defense LE S. Harris, Schnitker. LT Donley, Sabatino. MG Scott, Carrick. RT Bosch. RE Fairband, Beeder. LB Mottl, Graves. LB Drummond. LH Green. RH Lewark, Howard. LS Anderson, S. Tracy. RS Irwin. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiia I Photos I by Bob Gorkam Web Ray Jim Palmer Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiliiiiiira 0 n , '; I T. i V y'' . ( m m a. i w -- w ft i . y ( , The Cornhuskers drew life when Dennis Morrison sneaked behind Buff defender, caught Bob Churchich pass and ran for a fourth-quarter touchdown.-; ; .... .-. aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiin IK Bob Churchich N-Wachholfl V U.LJP Intercepted r Two . Cornhusker stars were co-captains Larry Wachholtz and Bob Churchich. Above, Wachholtz intercepts second-quarter Buff pass; below, nurcmcn x,Wi2fvv.tlCJ" W hh aA si W J iJ -r 1 Captains Courageous launcnes tourth-quarter V J hi r. fVi5Qh wy- Iria; , j ' 3 1 '' fl I films' iai f J Larry Wachholtz I I ...11- 1 1 . , air attack. o op ' " iw f

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