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Scouting .1 Vl Booste Confidence Big 'Nebraska Asset Bulldogs By DON FORSYTHE There were a lot of bright spots for Nebraska in its 21-21 deadlock with Southern -Cat Saturday night, but Cornhusker Poise Draws Devaney Praise "We had to do that. It just should have been an automatic three, points, but it didn't turn out that way, Had the kick been good they'd have had to score twice to beat us." Another late decision he wouldn't alter was the fourth down punt at the USC 45 with ,1:32 left. "Had it been just one or two yards it would been different, but we had to make four, There was no sense in just giving the ball away. It was just a common sense play to punt. Southern Cal did the same thing on fourth down with 24 seconds Devaney said.

football coach Bob Devaney pointed to an intangible' asset as a most pleasing development. "Our team kept its poise throughout the game," asserted Devaney. "We did a real fine job that way." What is poise? "Mostly it's confidence," ex- plains Devaney "They've- been champions. They think just like Southern California that they're not going to be beat." After reflecting, on the game overnight Devaney Sunday morning second guessed, himself on only one aspect of the contest. "If I could change anything I think I'd have rested more of the defensive guys.

We probably didn't substitute enough as the game went along and this is something we'll have to start doing. With the exception of Jerry Tagge, Dan Schneiss and Bob Newton we kept our offensive team fairly fresh with substitutions," he Cornhusker. coach emphasized he would not have reversed his decision to go for a field goal at the USC six yard line early in the fourth quarter. "I'm sorry that Tagge didn't get his third down pass off. We had a flood pattern going and Jerry said that Jerry List was wide open on the play," he said, i But Tagge was hit as he threw the pass and the ball traveled just a few yards.

It one of the few times all night that the USC rush had reached him. Devaney had some kind words for the opposition, top. "Southern California is a fine football team, no question about that. It's a team that comes up with the big plays. They've done it for years and they did it last night," he said.

Nebraska's offensive line turned in a superlative effort at Southern California Saturday night as illustrated by the gaping hole being opened "for I-back Jeff Kinney (35) up the middle. Providing the running room are. left guard Keith Wortman (65) and cen-ter Doug Dumler (54), two newcomers who have made big contributions to the Cornhusker line. Closing in on 1SL East Title Bat Lifts Pirates Past Met Pittsburgh Stargell's Big By STEVE GUSS Eighteen visitors showed up at Crete last weekend for the Doane-Yankton football game. They had to be classified as visitors rather than fans because all took notes on what they saw, mentally or on paper.

The scouting team was from Concordia College, 14 players and the four-man coaching staff headed by John Seevers. Seevers, the only new state college grid coach this season, compiled a 10-page report on -the contest. His staff and players studied it hard during the next seven days, and it paid off. The Bulldogs, playing their first game of the year, upset Doane, 35-0, Saturday night at Seward. The defeat was the first for the Tigers after 38 consecutive games without a loss, the longest unbeaten string ever by an NCAA college division team.

"We knew they had an extreme amount of confidence in reading plays and in their pursuit. We tried to give a lot of false keys and break down that confidence," noted Seevers of the attack plan against Doane. Seevers, who still shares the school record for touchdown passes in a season (11) from his playing days at Concordia (1948-1952), said he could never remember as a player or coach (nine years an assistant there) seeing a crowd like the that showed up at Seward. Concordia had 447 yards In total offense, evenly balanced on the ground and through the air. Carl Abele, a 190-pound tailback, was the crasher with 214 yards rushing.

Seevers praised nders Steve Sirek (two pass in- terceptions), Neal Koch, defensive captain at linebacker and ends Dave Pederson and Jeremy Pera for containing Doane's running threat Mike Sallier. "We have a tremendous amount of talent on defense. I've never seen a performance like it," says Seevers. "But the game was much closer than the score showed. I was never -comfortable until the fourth quarter," he added.

In fact, Concordia led only 9-0 late in the third period when Doane drove 65 yards to the Bulldog two-yard line before fumbling. "On three occassions we went for the first down rather than punt on fourth down in our own territory and missed each time," noted Tiger coach Al Papik. "The offense just could not keep a sustained drive going and Abele was very effective on sweeps and slants," Papik added. Sallier, who did not practice during the week before the game because of a knee sprain, still accounted for most of Doane's 131 yards rushing. "For the first time In a long time, it was quiet in the dressing room.

But we knew there would be a time when it (the streak) would end. Our heads were not that far above the clouds," Papik explained. It was a wild week on the rest of the state college scene. Peru won its first game after 15 straight losses, beating Bethel, Wayne, a 56-0 loser to Emporfa last season, won, 31-3, thhryear and Kearney's Greg Cheng broke the school field 1iniriial The Pirates obediently rocked Seaver for nine hits and five runs in the 5 1-3 innings ha lasted. The 1969 Cy Young Award winner, who has won just two of 11 starts since Aug 6, departed to a chorus of jeers from the season-high Shea crowd of 54,806.

A year ago, he won his last 10 to spearhead the Mets' pennant drive. Following Seaver's earliest exit of the season, the Mets erased a 5-2 deficit on Ken Boswell's inning homer and two-out, run-scoring singles by pinch-hitter Ron Swoboda and Bud Harrelson in the But Stargell opened the 10th against reliever Tug McGraw with a shot off the scoreboard in right-center field, breaking the knot, and the Pirates wrapped it up with three more runs two on a triple by Gene Alley and the other on a squeeze bunt by pitcher Dave Giusti. The Cubs, who had won three straight at Montreal, built a 4-2 lead on homers by Billy Williams, Jim Hickman and Joe Pepitone, then folded in the eighth and finished the game under protest. After the Expos cuffed Phil Regan for one run on successive singles by Jim Gosger, Rusty Staub and Bob Bailey, Leo Durocher called Ferguson Jenkins, his top starting pitcher, out of the bullpen to hold the line. But Fairly greeted the 20-game winner with a smash inside the first base line for two runs and scored another on Gary Sutherland's single.

The Cubs claimed a ball boy touched Fairly's drive in the right field corner, making it an automatic ground-rule double that would have scored only one run. "I went after the ball and the kid kicked it," said Cubs' right fielder Johnny Callison. By Associated Press One banner among the many strung out along the facades of jam-packed Shea Stadium told it like it was for the New York Mats. "Down, but Not Out!" was'- i the brave message. Then WilHe Stargell landed a 450-foot haymaker and the Pittsburgh Pirates left basefall's defending world champions reeling on the ropes An the National League East Division count down.

Lefit-hander Jerry Koosman put the stumbling Mets back on their feet in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader at New York, taiming the Pirates 4-1 with a two-hitter. But Stargell's taipe-measure homer ignited a four-run ex-plosion in the 10th inning of the nightcap, powering the division leaders to a 9-5 victory that kept the third place Mets 3Vfe games off the pace with just ninetoplay. "I'd like to think that this was probably the biggest hit of my career," Stargell said after his 31st homer of the s'eason helped open a two-game gap between the Pirates and the runner-up Chicago Cubs, who blew a 6-4 decision to pesky Montreal. "We're still not out of it," Mets skipper (111 Hodges maintained grimly after Koosman's brilliant effort was virtually nullified in the second game as Tom Sever faltered again and the Pirates shrugged off a late New York comeback. "We still can win nine 'straighti" The Expos stunned the Cubs with a four-run eighth inning rally keyed by Ron Fairly's double.

Els ewhere, Philadelphia tripped St. Ixuis 7-4 in 10 innings. Angeles edged Houston 7-6 in 14 and Atlanta whipped Cincinnati 11-2. San Diego and San Francisco were idle. In the American League, LINCOLN.

NEBRASKA MONDAY, SEPT. 21, PAGE 13 Baltimore blanked Cleveland 7-0, Minnesota drubbed the Chicago White Sox 8-1, the New York Yankees beat Detroit 5-1. California topped Oakland 4-2. Boston trimmed Washington 3-1 and Milwaukee edged Kansas City 4-3. Koosman retired the first 15 batters faced, gave up a sixth inning lead off homer by Jose Pagan and limited the Pirates to an eighth inning single by Stargell the rest of the way to end a four-game Met losing string.

Sntntei Tuesday's Entries POST TIME 3 P.M. i First ract. -punt ttM, I-yer-oldi, Nebraska brtd, mldm, i (grlongi. Choicey (No Boy) ....115 Kanay Korn (Ray) in Robin's Bon (No Boy) .118 Ol Apple Tree (No Boy) 1:8 Whoa Rube (Anderson) 118 Precious Butch (Long) Barmingo (Barnes) ..,.,.,.118 In Vue Of (No Boy) '18 Also: He's A People (Armstrong) 118; Aliwaunda (No Boy) 115; Im Twlggie (Anderson) 115; With A Flash (Stalling) 115. Second race, purse 5M, 3-and-4-yar- elds, maideni, i furlongs.

-Ambush Boy (Stewart) Marble Flash (King) 121 Apache Blue (No Boy) .....,....,.118 Atoll Of Coral (Baxter) ..,,,..........118 AAr. Sew Sew (No Boy) Batter Bee Hasty (No Boy) 118 Mtrtlt May (No Boy) 110 Ti-n M. (Barnes) ..115 Alee: Bunnys Hy (Ray) 118; Happy Deer (Stewart) xxxlQB; Count Charles (Coleman) 121; Sully County Sal (T. Turner) xxlOS. Third race, purse $500, and up, claiming turlongs.

Bold Rage (No Boy) 113 Silly Robus (Armstrong) 120 Mr. R.W. (No Boy) 113 King Velvet (No Boy) .........113 Menette (Anderson) ,...117 Crooked Door (Coleman) 114 Miss Khaletta (No Boy) ,.112 Foxie Space (Stalllngs) 113 Also: Bright Owl 1 (Armstrong) 115; Fancy Lark (King) 114; To Plan's Baby (Barnes) 114; Inducement (Armstrong) .113. Fourth race, purse $500, 4-year-olds nd up, claiming IMNf mile and 70 yards. Saint Tim's (Stalllngs) .115 St.

Exupery (Caniglia) Challadoll (No Boy) ,..115 Salad Nights (King; Phil's Stevie Long) Over Motion (Barnes) 112 Fifth race, purse $500 4-year-olds and up, claiming SI, i't furlongs. Long Ann (Anderson) 112 Swell Pal (Coleman) ,120 Witch Pemberton (Long) .107 Scrar.ton Hollow .112. Dusky Pokey (King) ...113 Whirl Age Lime 114 Albo Baby (Ray) .117 'Cherry Irish (No Boy) ..,...,115 Also i Sun Chic (King) 112; Joy Forme '(Farrls) 117; Darles Page (Stalllngs) 120; Jays Mark (No By). 114. Sixth race, purse $500, 4 year-elds and.

up, claiming 4V furlongs. Mr. Morn (No Boy) ...11 Launching Pad (King) 115 Step In Line (Ray) ..11 County Fleet (Anderson ...............117 Rythmn Peel (No Boy) ..117 Pride's Flyer (Caniglia) 121 Mr. J.W. (L.

Turner) 117 Kitty (Farrls) 114 Seventh race, purse $800, 3-year-olds and up, starter allowance, furlongs. Dakota Brownie (Armstrong) ........114 Brig Time (T. Turner) XX107 Kentucky Brother (Ray) .11 Can't Take It (Stewart) xxl03 Do Wacky (Anderson) .,.122 Bit Of Cheat (Stalllngs) Roving Tigress (L. Turner) lie Eighth race, purse $800, 3-year-olds, claiming eVi furlongs. Foreign Eagle (Anderson) 114 Seam's Bright (Stalllngs) 115 Charla'S Girl (Barnes) i 114 Kay's Ego (Armstrong) .....117 Tex's Rex (King) 11 Champ HO (No Boy) 117 Smokeon (Ray) 122 Raven's Nova (Coleman) lie Frost Produces New Look- American National finning Eastern Division WIT Pet.

Opp Gothenburg Starts Dallas 17 7 1 0 1.000 2 24 34 17 11 7 worried what would happen when things got tough. "Well, we led 7-0 until the fourth quarter, then Central Catholic mounted a drive. Our kids due in and stopped them Washington 0 10 N.Y. Giants 0 10 .000 St Louis 0 10 .000 Philadelphia 0 1 0 .000 i Central Division Chicago 1 0 0 1.000 Minnesota 1 0 0 1.000 Detroit 1 0 0 1.000 Green Bay 0 1 0 .000 Western Division Los Angeles 1 0 0 1.000 Atlanta 10 0 1.000 San Francisco 1 0 0 1.000 New Orleans 0 10 34 27 40 0 34 14 26 By VIRGIL PARKER Prep Sports Writer Football is art emotional game and Larry Frost went through the wringer twice Saturday night. The University of Nebraska wingback of a year ago, now head coach at Gothenburg High, watched his Swedes score Nebraska Prep Ratings By Virgtl father ml American test Division Won Lest Pel.

6 Baltimore 54 New York SA 47 Boston SO 73 .523 IS' a Detroit 7 74 .500 22 Cleveland 74 .414 li't Washington 70 II .444 J7Vj Western Division Minnesota 91 40 .405 Oakland 14 72 .524 11 Kansas City 91 31 Milwaukee 5t .341 33 Chicago 51 .35 37V Saturday's Results Cleveland 4, Baltimore 1 New York 7, Detroit 4 Boston 701, Washington 3-3 Oakland 1, California Kansas City 4, Milwaukee 1 Minnesota Chicago 3 Sunday's Results Baltimore 7, Cleveland 0 Minnesota I. Chicago 1 Boston 3. Washington 1 Milwaukee 4, Kansas City I California 4, Oakland 1 Menday's Oemes Detroit (Niekro 11-13) at laltimore (Lou Mi, night Kansas City (Hooker t-15 and Butler 4-11) at Chicago (Honen 4-15 and Weaver 1-1), 2 Cleveland (McDowell 10-10! at Sostgn (Siebert 131), night Washington (Gogolewski 14) at New York ('elerson 17-11), night California (Murphy 14-13) at Milwaukee (Krauste 13-17), night Minnesota (ferry 23-11) at Oakland (Blue 1-0), night Ciass A a come-from-behind victory the fourth Quarter at Grand Island Central Catholic, then 1-Creighton Prep (2-0) sweat out the Huskers game 2 Lincoln Southeast (2-0) with USC via radio. 3-LincoIu High (2-0) 6 Omaha South (2-0) 7 Columbus (2-0) 8- North Platte (1-1) 9- Omaha North (1-1) "I was really tired when the 4 Bcllevue (1-1) night was over," he admits, "but I was so keyed up I 5 Fremont (2-0) 10 Omaha Benson (1-0-1) Comment Only six of 32 teams have perfect records alter Just two weeks of play, Omaha Ryan, Grand Island, Lincoln East, couldn't sleep." he Omaha Central and Norfolk (in that order) are the five teams Though Frost confesses goal record for the second time this season with a 42-yardcr at Northwest Missouri1 Hastings and Nebraska Wesleyan continued to show powerful attacks. Hiram Scott held big Adams State, Colo, to a 3-3 tia and Omaha cooled off Morningslde.

The Standings would like to have helped the most closely challenging the top ten. big Red by playing against the Trojans, his favorite football $porUr. Briefs National Eastern Division Baltimore ,1 0 0 1.000 14 Boston 1 0 0 1.000 27 14 N.Y. Jets 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Miami ...0 1 0 .000 14 27 Buffalo 0 1 0 .000 10 25 Central Division Cincinnati 1 0 0 1.000 31 Jt Houston 1 1 0 0 1.000 19 7 Cleveland 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Pittsburgh 0 1 0 .000. 7 1 Western Division 1 0 0 1.000 25 1 9 San Diego 0 1 0 .000 14 1 Kansas City 0 1 0 .000 10 27 Oakland 0 I 0 .000 21 11 Priday's Results Los Angeles 34, St, Louis Saturday's Results Chicago 24, New York Giants 14 Sunday's Results Atlanta 14, New Orleans 1 Dallas 17, Philadelphia 7 Denver 25, Buffalo 10 Detroit 40, Green Bay 0 Houston 1, Pittsburgh 1 Boston 27, Miami 14 Cincinnati 31, Oakland 21 -Baltimore 14, San Diego 14 1 Minnesota 27, Kansas City 10 San Francisco 24, Washington 17 Monday's Same New York Jets at Cleveland Sunday's Oamet Atlanta at Green Bay Cincinnati at Detroit Cleveland at San Francisco Los Angeles at Buffalo Miami at Houston New Orleens at Minnesota New York Giants at Dallas New York Jets at Boston Oakland at San Dleoo Philadelphia a Chicago Pittsburgh at Denver Washington at St, Louis Bast MIAC Division Wen Lest Pet, on the two.

But our very first play was a fumble which they turned into a touchdown. Then they made the two-pointer and led, But the Swedes didn't fold and came back with a winning touchdown dr've. "I was really proud of them," he added. "They stuck in there and that kind of effort will help us as the season goes along." Delbert Dictz has been Gothenburg's leading ground gainer in both games, while Terry Williams at quarterback has "done a steady job, run- ning for 71 yards and throwing for 205 more in our last game" according to his coach. Brian Nordine and Burncll Stein-meer round out the offensive backfield.

Frost had praise for several players from the defense as well, pointing to monster man Lynn Wahlgren, ends Terry Jo man and Carroll Van Cleve, middle guard Greg Hirscb and halfback Steve Scbulz among others. Gothenburg earned the No. 7 snot in the first week Class ratings which are paced by Aurora. The Class A top ten is headed by defending champion Crelghton Prep, with Capital City clubs Southeast and Lincoln High claiming the run-nerup spots. 17 70 .53 Class 1 Aurora (2-0) 6 Auburn (2-0) 2 Omaha Cathedral (2-0) 7-Gothenburg (2-0) JBlair (2-0) 8 Sidney 2-0) 4 Lincoln Plus (1-0) 9-Crete (2-0) 5 Columbus Scotus (2-0) 10 Falbury (2-0) Comment Logjnm of unbeaten teams In Class after just two week! of play.

Closest clisllenKen to top ton arc Valentine, Laurel, Waverly, Norris, OKallala, Tecumseh and Arlington. Others with perfect records hoping to move up ore Aiiuworth, Ashland, Pierce, Logan View, St. Paul, Wayne, O'Neill and West Holt. OB 1 15 Pittsburgh Chicago New York St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal AM Oemes Pet.

7 I Inoo 10 i.Aoo 1 ow 1 .500 0 1 0 500 1 .524 .514 .471 .441 wffsWic Pet. NWU 1 1.009 Hestlnos 10 9 1009 Concordi 19 0 I.OOO Doane .014 .000 Dana 0 1 9 .000 Midland1 I 0 000 HCC Cealerenre Pet. Kearney ,9 9 1 .009 Chadren I I I Ooo Wayne ,.0 0 0 .000 Perw 99 .009 West eo 72 74 74 71 SI 79 SI 47 i Olvlsien te 3 4 17 70 74 (0 71 IS 44 All Oemes Pet. Cincinnati Los Anaeies San Franc KO Atlanta Hoution San Diego 11 IS 11 34'4 19 9 1O0O i .544 .574 .411 .474 .344 ffi 1 OOO toon .300 topic is his Gothenburg club. When his team opened the season with a 25-14 victory over Ord, it was the school's first triumph in 14 games.

"The seniors on this club and only won one game since being in high school," he points out. "They were 1-8 as sophomores and 0-9 last season." To what does he credit such a reversal of form and a pair of consecutive victories this fall? "Balance," Frost answers. "Every body we have Is giving 100 per cent. It's a team effort. Five different boyi have scored our six touchdowns." Frost says that when he signed the contract last spring he went to the high school for a meeting with his potential players.

"1 laid It on the line with Other IcheeH Omaha j. I Pt. 9 I 500 rem Scott .9 9 1 Pet. ko .009 McCoek 119 Fe.rbury laterday's Resells Chicago Montreet 4 Phliadeiohle 10. St.

Louis i Plitsovrah 1. New York I Cincinnati 7, Atlanta 4 les Anoole 4, Houston I Sen Francisco 3. San Diego Sunday's Results New York 4-5, Pittsburgh 14, Tnd fame 10 Innlnos Atlanta II, Cincinnati Pniiedeiefile 1. S. Louis 4, If Innings Only games scheduled.

Mondavi Semes Houston (Bleslnoama 3-3) at Cincinnati (Ouilelt 3-11, night San Premise (Markhal 11-10) at Los them," he admits, "telling 1 them what I would expect. They had always had about 75 boys turn out in years past. Only 44 showed up for me. I don't know whether some of those others had just wanted to suit up so they could run past the crowd, or what, but I di) know every boy we have wants to play and is giving everything The rcsuKs are evidence of that. Ord rebounded this week to down Holdrcgc, a team that opened' with a victory over Class A McCook.

GICC was a first week winner over Broken Bow. "Our Central Catholic win was especially satisfying," Frort says. J'Our seniors are the leaders, but they'd been on a losing team so long I was Last Week's Results Nebraska Wetievan 31. Midland 9t Heatings 40, Prlends. Kans.

4) Concord a Basketball The ABA Denver Rockets have traded veteran guard Jeff Congdon to the Utah Stars for a No. 2 draft choice. Football Curtis 'McCHnton has been named national vice president and executive director for operations of the Black Economic Union after retiring from the Kansas City Chiefs. 1 Baseball Twentythre e-year-old Atlanta Brave rookie pitcher Stan Bell has died from injuries suffered In an automobile accident. Other Sport A 29-year-old Russian miner, Vastly Alexeyev has won his 'first world super heavyweight, weightlifting title with a record 501.5-pound clean and jerk lift at Columbus, Ohio.

Nancy Rlchey has won the Carollnas International Tennis Classic at N.C., dcteating 15 year old Chris Evcri 35, (Teen ft Kearney 17, Northwest MUsoorl Hi Chad'en I. Dlculnsen, O. 13i Wayne Imeeno. Kans. i Pertf 11, Setnel, Kens, ii Omehe 30.

Morn. Inai.de I4i Hlrem kett 3. Adams State, Col. 1 (tie)) MtCw 1. Palrbury I Anpelet (Moeller 7 1), night ft no I Onl nly games scheduled.

he's got." This Week's Gamts satwday Mismr Western et IMllliiinillflHUIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllltM Ngbroikg Westeveni Oman at Orefcei Nermweat Top 20 Results By Associated Press Htrt is hew 1he Associated Press' Top 29 college football teams fared Saturday: 1. Ohio State did not play. I. Texas beat California 54-1). Southern California tied Nebraskl 21-21.

4. Stanford beat San Jose State i. J. Mississippi beat Memphis State 47.1 J. 6.

Notre Dame beat Northwestern 15-14, 7. Perm State beet Navy 55 7. I. Michigan beat Arliona 70-f. Nebraska lie Southern California 21-J1.

10. Missouri beat Minnesota II. Arkansas beat Oklahoma Stat 12. Louisiana State lost to Texas AIM 20-11. 1), Ksnas State lost to Kentucky la-), 14.

Florida beat Muv ooi State 34-13, 15. Houston beat Syracuse 42-iJ. 14. UCLA beat Pitt 24-JS 17, Wait Virginia beat Richmond 4MB. 11.

Oklahoma beat Wisconsin 11.7. i. t. Georgia tost to Tuiane 70. Ariiona State beat Cb'orado S'ate Intrepid Awarded Win After Protest Missouri at Perui Fens at Midiandi Wayne at Waehbvmi Fort Have.

Kent, at Kearneyi Concordi at Venktom Chadren at Mlram Scott Doane at Ta'kiej Dene et Northwestern; Coioredo Coil, al McCeoki HaUefl Kens, al Peirbvry, Pennant Race At A Glance By Associates) pros Inclvdlnf Oemes Sept. Nethsnal Lew Bast evt. CO TP Pittsburgh OJ 70 fjt 10 Chiceoo 0 Ii 1 10 New Vo'k 74 3 PIIHburgb- At horn 7, Montreal 4. 'New York Ji Away 1 SI. Lou's.

The two 12-mctcr boats race again Tuesday over the 24.3 mile course. This Is the second protest. Both skippers niade a protest In the race ovor a near collision at she start. protest of the America's Cop defender, Intrepid, that she had been fouled when the two boats collided at the starting gun Sunday. The ruling gave Intrepid a 2-0 load In the best-of-seven scries Instead of the boat's each being 11.

The Australian finished first in Sunday's face by a Utile more than a minutc-th first victory for the challenger since the jiriginal Gretel in 1962. Newport, R.I. Auitralia's Gretel II was disqualified Monday and Intrepid declared the winner of Sunday's thrilling second America's Cup race. The New York Yacht Club Race Committee upheld (he Monday Chicago-Away 10. SI.

LeuiS 3, Phlley deiphie 3, New York 4, New York-At home 4. Pro FootlMll New YorL Jets v. lvrhd. 8 p.m. 7i.

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