Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 12, 1967 · 30
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Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · 30

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, November 12, 1967
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'( r, Ml I 4 C Nov. 12. 1967 Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star Dandy Dive by Richnafsky' f j N-Richnafsky,j m f . 4 ... . Statistics NEBRASKA Rushing Player Att. Gain Low Net Patrick 11 n 11 16 Gregory 20 120 12(1 Orriuna II 17 78 Davli IS -38 T o " 38 Green 10 2 4 ' ' 1 Patalan r ; Player Att. Campl. intc. Yds. Patrick 13 S 1 SI Gregory 1 0 0 0 ' Past Receiving Player No. Yds. TD Richnafsky 2 14 1 ravi 1 14 0 Penney 2 3b 0 Punting Player No. Avg. Stephenson t 38 Punt Returns Player No. Yds. Mueller 1 s Larson 12 Pasilnterc. Player No. Yds. Fiala l n OKLAHOMA STATE Rushing Player Att. Gain Loss Net Johnson 16 29 47 -18 Gosney 11 24 1 23 Brown (Terry) S I II 4 Reynolds 10 33 2 31 Porter 2 3 0 2 Passing Player Alt. Compl. Intc. Yds. Johnson 15 S I 66 Scott 1 0 0 0 Pass Receiving Player No. Yds. TD Ptailpolt 2 26 0 Brown (T) 3 40 0 Punting Player No. Avg. Johnson - - 8 40 Klckoff Returns Player No, GoodwiaHR) Punt Returns . Player . Na, Goodwia Calhejr Player V Goodwin (R) KU-OSU Lineups Nebraska Offense- LINEMEN Morrison. Patterson, Brichacek,. Williams, Kudrna, Buda, Ashman, Arm-atrong, Taucher, Hansen, Pen-Bey, Richnafsky. BACKS - Patrick, Slgler, Gregory, Green, Orduna, Bom- berger, Stephenson, Davis. NEBRASKA DEFENSE LINEMEN' Wynn, Meylan, Calbraigh, Pattoa. Meagher, ; McCord, Arolio, Zimmer, Alvarez, Geddes. : BACKS-irson .' Giala, Best, r Hawkins, Mueller, ReeTes.-T OSU OFFENSE LINEMEN Philpolt, Ward. I Kelly, Koib, McSwane, Moel-r ler, Fleak, Crlssup, Gray. U . BACKS Johnson. Scott. Goney, Kessler, Browa, Reynolds, Porter. . OSU DEFENSE LlVEMEN Esca, Miller, Y a a g , Matlock, Baughman, Phillips, Gaadwin. Freeman, Little, CaUtey, Darnen. MrfWn. BACKS Nahrgaag, Kirk- ' land, Gaodwla, Huttoa, Trimble, Catalwtod, BechteL OS-Nahrgang ,'? J T "W V -Vi SJouchdownr , . Here's Richnafsky's tri i jew1- i urn iiJIii ff ii ii ii " i t i" mi" nil in miiiiitl Tim Tin imui m tm i nii h." . fTVAV w V v S- A hearty cheer for Huskers from Omahan John Orduna, father of halfback AjQs l ' 'i'"'' J 1 - ' Joe. Players' dads watched from the sideline. "v Vv" '"",1 SaV ) r !l-J. - C ' .- r 1 1 11 l - f f 9 - T,,,,IIIiii.,.i t 1 1 1 r" I i : . i i . i .- r I f J Cornhusker Frank Avolio catches O-State's Ronnie Johnson trying to pass, causes a fumble (I, 2); alert Mike Wynn recovers on NU 23 13). u i .y Frank Patrick shoots a N-Richnofsky. A v-K " rX-' ' V . ... . diving catch on the same play. C.5C.s5u Gives NU . .y low, hard pass toward Dennis Wchnafsky in the end zone for Huskers' touchdown i-JtUr ' ' N Meylon Vx.wwi, .null ihe Only Touchdown of The Game Cowboy From By RICK AKIN Coach PhU Cutchin sat only a few feet from where his Oklahoma State foot- ball teamlosrtoNebras-ka, 9-0, Saturday but his "TninirwarTni future and appreciative of only one thing. ; "I appreciate y'all nav- . ing such a good day (the temperature a 8 69de- grees) for us southerners to play,'" the. Kentuckian drawled, But otherwise Cutchin wasn't pleased with the Cowboys play, iin aDourj.uuo mnes from being satisified."--His post-game conversation begah:1 Gentlemen, my opinion is that the game of football is blocking and tackling. That's the name Immovable object I'l-,- ; s' Cutchin 1,000 Miles Bein ' of the game. And my per-, sonal impression was that We failed to do this today." He said he wasn't trying to"take - anvthine awavlntercePuon- from Nebraska and I'm not teamnlayed. Rnt I kll.v. hoc o capable of blocking and "We had a substitute half- Asked if any Huskers im-TacklinaTbeltenhanlhey baek-tn-there-and he- just pressed him beside-the bU did today, and I'm not go ' lngto be" satisfied until they do that." , Cutchin cited three plays sive Dack Harry Cheatwood., Quarterback Konnie John-criDDlins Oklahoma state-hepenaltyJassessed half son noticed Wayne Meylan, Nebraska quarterback Frank Patrick passed 20 yards" td Tom P6B15 third down and 12 yards to go, helping set up a fourth quarter held goal. "Their quarterback made a great play falling down the way he was. Our man Wayne Meylan of Nebraska brakes irresistible force . . Satisfied who should have been cov- ering fell down. The way he lobbed it up in the air, I thought it might be an Husker Joe Orduna's Sl-yard' ruH-arund-left-tiu tne imast-ot tne 6f-yara wucnaown urive. PuUed a" Doner, man an.- ffiaTmany7Tdin 'penalty on Cowboy defen- the . distance to the goal placed Nebraska just four ards f ram-then--touchdown: On the first play afterwards Patrick hit Dennis Richnafsky for a four;yard scon ingpass. " "They said I held somebody," Cheatwood said, 4 1 j , . ! Loss in "But I didn't even have a man. Either they called the wrong number or I was guilty but rrthmttt was a case of mistaken identity." :- Cutchin said Nebraska Jiexficuted ,real. w ell on , nfr , fense, defense and - their ""B reaay menuonca ratricK Cutchlr saidrThe other 21 impressed me. the 1 luskers' tackling lead- er with 13. "Meylan played a-goott-balf fame.-' He-gaia he (elt the Nebraska pass rush all afternoon. Oklahoma State's furthest penetration of NU's defense was the 17-yard line, but there, Johnson. fumbled and Nebraska end Mike Wynn . recovered. . . "I think I was just trying to get back to pass the football," Johnson said. Shutout Record Best Since 1937 In posting a fourth shut- i&tTuranhe"1967Xbraf huskers recorded a season best under the coaching of ' Bob Devaney. His 1964 and 1965 teams each blanked three opponents. The current shutout mark is the best since Biff Jones' 1937 team, which blanked five foes in a 6-1-2 campaign. - iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiliiiniiiiiiiiiiij Photos by I liou borham i 1 Willis Van Sickle l I Web Ray Harald Dreimanis Jim Palmer John INolIcndorfs iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiik Jack Reynolds. 4 : '

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