Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 17, 1957 · 11
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Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · 11

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, November 17, 1957
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'y-:y. y;, "I'v.';'1' Buff aloes' STAMPEDE! .. ; KovemW 17. 1SS? LINCOLN KfXDAT JOURNAL AND STAR SB .-t ii -! -J) -r- Y, V ,' Illl II- inMinnrirt n n,rt,-M.,J,J,J...fc.w,j..a.-.- .. ...Vl. f V , f , f-n frT-...T. ( g,1 - . t !S I hninn ' V Off To A Running Start; Colorado Speeds To Score Y$3 t C-Siransky 723 IVIl.-rUt , TOUCHDOWN? j V UV!)o!erV r . . . ' ,(.-. , ; Charging through . . . Ralph Herbst makes fourth Colorado score. Over th Huskrs'-heads 30-yard -pas-foMhird TDr Sdoners WilTBe By DICK BECKER "So has Colorado. Tbat'i the way, they are taught. Once in a while Staff Sportf M'rlUr a kid loses hia hid, but it'i not .on purpose." " H Ward felt hie Buffs had played one of their better all-around Everything happens to us! , gemei but had definitely had a let-down after the two touchdowns You couldn t blame ill Jennings for this short tale of woe as lni quarer slumped down in his big red chair in hie FieWhouse office. " ..They definitely' jet iown Wgrd added. WThey werenH Nebraska's football coach wasn't thinking entirely of the 27-0 !... w.i: A; i .... .... f i -1 t . cvfuusicm. x uciicve iiift were an cunciuus 01 aixansKV a. rusnmir .,0 shellacking at the hands of Colorado. ! ' total and were trying to help him along. I felt Nebraska was con-!,,, ,;U 'Chuck Mather resigne and Kansas comes up here all fired .!,,, r c(rov- r--,--- nay starts ono-yara line.. - -. ,..p gainsi us . , wow muanomegets Deat ana they'll show up here next Saturday the maddest team in the country. Long Afternoon -Zentici J 20 Praises 1 tuskers Ward praised the play of Huskera Jerry Brown, and Don Olson "Brown always is a, good -football player," Ward aaid. MH , "This was the long afternoon . . . They (Colorado either had ,eemed , sk)wer iast year( No. n 01aon) real good backs or we were Uckling poorly. I thought we had that locked , reaI good player... . oiransay Douiea up a jot oi umes, out ne wouia get away. ' -s Jennings said the game went about as he expected. ' We knew Colorado would give rthe"outside everybody- has this year but we just couldn't take it. We put in the outside belly series, trying; to get outside. But we couldn't do it and our passing didn't work'. "On defense we lined up a little behind the line of scrimmage on purpose to prevent trap plays. " Didn't Surprise "They didn't surprise us with their defenses. Tij wcre-lining t . Scout Interest. Two-guys scouting the game had unusual Interest in the game. Ted -Youngling watched for Oklahoma and had a hand, time charting the impotent Huskers while "he got flashes on the Sooner' game against Notre Dame. V Vic Lindskog a guard on Stanford's 1940 team which beat Ne . braska in the 1941 Rose Bowl, is now scouting for Vancouver in the Canadian Pro League. " Dancr aroand thend . , Vic said he didn't want to compare the 1940 Huskers with the j up with all lt nn within five yards of acrimmage: But we couldn't r 1957 ,dition J";- here- m,lch u,ent I ' do anythingbout it." ttM,. 1.. t- n,n i mnA umrA . ' -I il : vwui.uUi ". w mrmjnuv duii jjresiuig ,:ook of Colorado. He Adn'tJiaye an interest in Stransky as another Iield,i-said Nebraska's woes were easy to analyze. - " , t'.What doi thmk-isirwith-Nebrasla?'"-- No Speed "That's easy. Thej don't have enough speed tnj l;crc. The Nebraski ; backs are slow- and so are the linemen,'1 - I I' N-ToUy A coilfction was taken up at halftime'for thcNational Football Foundation and the Football Hall of Fame, this was a national under taking. .Two former. Nebraska greatSr-Ed Weir. and George Sauer are.--mmhpr . . . i . DpUa Taii nplta fraternitv aeheduled 40 kids from Ward. bsckjip claims that the game was dirty. Neither , the Omaha Home for Boyf-es their., guests at the game' V ..... Aid Jennings. - .. VT. kan .i,j i,.Hnm. inrmin jrUnoiA. ami T a,ly'S PTv'd clean football," Wvd decbreL ... SF V '; I Blazes." rrAntAn'm n olnh UnrKKt anrl InCK Kim Atrr-tVi JTT hnrh nntA. -s the running track. Herbst bounced un ouickiy and knocxea over me -V. v. --ft-,,-- I ' Nebraska coaches table as he ran back onto the field ... t . 7 r-.- Disappointed fans leave early. No tacklers to stop him .. r :t- v, .-. . i y " Kre'iaft-BW -SKWieaPWii, 4 wnwu we ffiatt mmem WM J"-w -' 1 ' -rwf"- t: . - - - I - : , HIV- ' M I J v : - ' j,- '- 1 t --d---""-""nil i . . -mn- - it - . . .. .. " !l if Pin Mister? Youngster hawks his wares. They'r off..t It's a pass... No, he' runs,.. ...for 20-yard gain. Pushed out of bounds on the 2 . . . . . . Mountain Boys Waltz Away, 27-0 TCUCI!DOVtU ('-.'trjiii'.liv iS imrrir V ' ')),... r "('4 N1- -v-. - :v -1 .. .' : I i '- - J ( V " .. " . J- - " ' :- : C . ..'!."!7. -- --- : Football ; Pictures y Staff Photvgraphen Bob Corham Frank" O'Neill -Web Ray ; - - -- ,? it w ? i -S s. . Next play: First Buffalo touchdown. Jkw4asesS4l i 1 Here's as close at Nebraska got to goal . . . penalty sett CU on the one, but Howard Cook brings it out, Y--:'.-Y-. Y .. ' " ' , r. , . - : -'Y-Y - - . YYY - :YY '-'-'. ' ; -Y,. V

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