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fell MMfe& . ' v Alarmed Big Red Devaney Happier Over Offense LINCOLN, NEB. (AP) - Nebraska Coach Bob Devaney saw his Cbrnhuskers post their fourth straight non-conference victory Saturday, but said the battle doesn't really start until next Saturday's Missouri clash, "When you start league play, all other nrevious showincs mean nothing, and tho season really begins," he said. "Missouri is always a touch club for ns and seems to play real well against our boys. - . . i. "r;;;,, '. , . w.".!.-,..,..,.... rt , '.nt - PRUITT LEADS 516-YARD GROUND No. 8 Oklahoma Smacks Southern Cal, 33-20 NORMAN, OKLA. AF) -Greg Pruitt's three touchdowns powered eighth-ranked Okla-h o m a exclusively on the ground past Southern California, 33-20, Saturday. Pruitt scored on runs of 42, 75 and seven yards. Quarterback Jack Mildren Season Records OKLAHOMA use JO SMU H .... 0 1 Ala. H .. Kit .... Illinois H Oklahoma .17 SJ Pttti . w yse joo 0 1as ,20. O t Cola. H IO. .21 .W a 1 4 Stanford H . Oreernl H ... O 23 Kansas 0 .10 Iowa St. H li t Missouri . Nil Kansas H N 2S Meh. H.... 0 4 Okia St. .. .. ;0 2) Notre Dam ..10 M Calif .. IN 4 Wah St H ..IN. II Washington ..iN.20 UCLA H .... produced a touchdown and hairback Joe Wylie added another and the Sooners broke it open with 14 points in the third quarter. Southern Cal scored twice in the first half on a 16-yard pass from Jimmy Jones !o Edesel Gan-ison and a four-yard plunge by Sam Cunningham. leading by only 19-M at the half, the Sminers chalked up (o ncores in the final six minutes of the ihird quarter. Nexti Texas "Wa can enjoy it toru'cht, but torriormw we'll fart thinking ibout Texa3 (next Saturday s Bob Wicks (42) watches ball bounce off his shoulder . . . into grasp of Nebraska's "monster man" Dave Mason . . , who gallops for touchdown line piles up Utah State defender s-and quarterback Jerry Tagge skirts left for easy touchdown Our defense has got to be ready for them." The comments followed top- ranked Nebraska's 42-6 rOUt of Utah State, a game in which "we got a lot of fine play fromiYi,rdt penlized both the offense and defense. One Lapse "We had only one lapse byikiNVbTiM.3run( our defense and our offense jlooked better than the last two games," Devaney said. The Cornhuskers were never seriously threatened as they ran their unbeaten string to 23. Quarterback Jerry Tagge spearheaded the Nebraska attack, throwing for two touch Statistics use Okia. First downs Rirttes-yard Passinq vardaqe Return yardaga Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 15 S3!? 174 34 14-30-1 '"I 30 24 72-514 0 138 -1-0 4-43 2 50 SCORING Southern California 7 7 0 42 Oklahoma 13 4 14 JJ Okia-Wvlle 1 run (kick failed) USC-Gai rtson 14 pass from Jones Kae kick) Okla-Pruitt 4? run (Carroll ,Mck) USC unninoham 4 run (Pee kick) Okla Pruitt 7 run (run failed) Okla-Pruilt 75 run (Carroll kick! Okla-MHdren II run (Carroll kick) USC Vella 12 aass from fta Irun failed l A-43,000 opponent)." Oklahoma Coach Chuck Fairbanks said after the victory over USC. Fairbanks called it "one of the most rewarding wins of my coaching treer." In the Trojans' somber quarters, Coach John McCay said, "They were superior. We were inferior." i "Why Throw?" ,: The Sooners Mildren said, ! "We rushed for 516 yards to- day, so why should we throw? If we can wind up the rest of. the games like we did today, I; don't care if we don't throw the ball the rest of the year." The only Sooner pass was incomplete. Frui-t rard 75 la'ds on the first play after USC faltered on lb n Statistics Utah Stall NebrMka 1 1 J.I 4H-S0 S3-230 2.19 14 HI 10-17 2 13-23-0 -37 J-39 0 1 42 VI F irpf down! Patnq yardman Re,urn yardage ,.. SCORING Utah Staff 0 Nebraska 14 i 7 M 742 Neb Olds 14 Dass from Taaoa (Sangar Neb Mason 53 pass interception (Sanger kick) Neb Tagge 1 run (Sanger kick) US Wicks 34 pass trom Adams (kick failed) Neb Rodgers M pass from Tagge (Sanger kicked) Neb F. Anderson 22 Pass from Brownson (Sanqer kick) A 47.421. downs and running for two more. Meanwhile, a gang-tackling ATTACK. the Oklahoma 42 one of only two times the Trojans got that deep in the second half. With 52 seconds left in the period, Mildren dashed 11 yards for a touchdown. USC's last tally came as the gun sounded with Chris Vella hauling in a 12-yard pass from reserve quarterback Mike Rae. The SiHiners' 516 yards rushing was short of the school record 537 set in 1953. Pruitt led all rushers with 205 yards on just It attempts. Mildren had 102 yards in 17 carries, Wylie had yards in 15. Cunningham led USC with 123 in 26 carries. Backs Waive Three Players MILWAUKEE, WrIS. (AP) - The National Basketball As- sociation champion Milwaukee Bucks Saturday cut their squad to 11 players, one under the league limit by placing two re- serves and a rookie on waivers, j Waived were forward Bobl Greacen, guard Bill Z"pf and rookie guard Blaine Henry, a tpnih-ronnd draft thoice from Marshall. El defense led by end Willie Harper effectively checked the Aggies except for a third-period drive capped by Tony Adams' 34-yard touchdown pass to Bob Wicks. 53 Yards to Score The Nebraska defense pro duced a second-quarter score when back Dave Mason inter cepted an Adams pass and re milieu ii oo yarns lor a loucn- down and a 21-0 halftime lead. t i :i m i . . l Thp HlKkprc ci'nrnrl in tho i first quarter as Tagge capped 74-yard, 10-play march by throwing 14 yards to fullback Missouri Hit By 2nd-Half Army Surge Statistics Missouri Army First rioin u 13 Rushes yards 2' JI-212 Yarrls psiri uj pa Return yardaga 40 H7 Passes 10 j-,.) , n i Punts 7 37 11.41 Fumbles losf 4 7 Yards penalized 11 45 5CORINO Missouri 0 A 0 0 - 4 Army 3 0 12 7-22 Army FO Barrlay 41 Miss Roner .SA run ikir faileH) ArmySanders IS pass trom Fink (kick failed) Army Simar II pass from. Fink (kick failed) Army Simpson i pass from Fink lAar. clay kick) A 43.503. WEST POINT, N.Y. t AP) -Kingsley Fink, a second-string sophomore quarterback, fired three touchdown passes in the second half Saturday and ral - ''1 Army to a 22-5 victory over error-plagued Missouri. It was Army's second; triumph in three games, one more than it won last season, Missouri is 1-3. Army, which failed to capital- he on three fumble recoveries and an interception in the first half and trailed by W, 'broke through early in lbs third ushers Bill Olds. Later in the period, Tagge's three-yard run ended a 52-yard march. His second scoring pass cov- Season Records NEBRASKA I UTAH STATE Oregon H ...7 10 Kansas St.. I- I 35 14 Minn. H .. .7 34 N. MeX. St. HO 34 Tex. AAM H.7 27 U Kiev O.t M.ssour. .:.. 0.1 Bnq Young H 42 Utah If 1 4 Nehrask ..45 0 14 Kansas H 0.14 Mem. St. H. 0 23 Okla. St 10.23 San Diego St. O.30 Colo. H ;o.30 Colo. St N.4 Iowa St. H ... N l Wyoming H .. i n.ij Kansas ai. ... in.u utan i N.25 okia in.m Idaho . 0 4 1 arred 36 'ards ,0 fIanker J,)hnny Rodgers in the third quarter. for a Tagge had plunged od after recovering a fumble at the Missouri 45-vard line. Eight plays later, Fink side- ctnniuvi John Rrnwn'c rmh anH whinned a 15-vard nass to Davetm- Tnov df) everything," he ; Sanrirr in the pnd 7nnA Army got the ball back 2 niinu'es later when Mike Gaines returned a punt II yards to the Cadets' 46. 1 2t yards on the first touchdown iinji ns .v, ii mi i"i i n vi i wi , march, circled end for 27 more i Season Records MISSOURI I Stanford H .ltlJ Air Force.. ..7P4 SMU H 12 2J 4 24 4 Arm J1I0 4 0 14 Okla. SI. M. .. 10 23 Virginia H 0 23 Colorado .. Miam Oil Kansas SI. H.. .N. 4 Rutqars H N 4 Okia. H N.11 Plttt. H. . N 11 Inwa St jN 17 Navvl .... N.2t Kansas H ... Phila, Pa. O f Nebraska H.. 0 I4 Air Force to the Missouri 24 and Fink ; passed 13 yards to John Simar.: j who made a hinging catch in I the end zone. The Cadets went 5" ards in; eight plays lor thrir third; touchdown with 10 minutes left.! ine big gainer uas a 2yard j pass from Fink to Ed Francis to the Tigers' 22. Fink fired six 'Yards to Bruce Simpson, who ; made ' the ca'rh as he peri-'across the goal line. score from a yard out earlier inJhe Pfrfiod-A. , I Except for Adams passes to j wicks, the Aggies failed to move i the ball well as Husker defend- crs consistently Drone tnrougn : the Utah State line. I Tagge hit on 10 of 17 passes for 189 yards as the Huskers ' frtllftrl fi. OOQ ,-o,.f Ihrminh iVta t'""1" ""J"' " i au ""i' nr tin Rodgers' five catches were good for 105 yards. Adams connected on 10 of 17 throws for 138 yards, including five to Wicks for 84. The Angle touchdown was I ony tne third given up by the j Nebraska defense this season. "Were Conquered'' Nebraska's defensive captain, Jim Naderson, lamented the absence of a shutout this year. "We lose our shutouts always in different ways and we're still looking for that shutout," Anderson said. Utah State Coach Chuck Mills paraphrased Julius I "We came, we saw, Caesar: we were conquered, "That's a helluva football t Said of Nebraska. Wm.-Mary Spurt Upsets I itrtrr lA NEW ORLEANS, LA. (AP) j i Power running by Dennis; suntord h . Cambal ignited a second-quar-MiTvoJrt.'. 'tor uprising and paced William fan" t r,A 1m If, r. Ill ,.nr..t fl aim I'ini j a n u uj'.M i ivui ball victory over Tulane Saturday night. lamnai ran inr 1 1 it yarns in 23 attempts in leading the Vir-! ginians to their fourth victory. Cambal took an eiuht-yard pass from quarterback Steve Regan to score the first William and Mary touchdown : and rapped a 44-yard drhe when he cracked over from ' the one with 16 seconds re- j naming in the first half. . Tulane scored in the thitd pe- fell.riod: on Lee Gibson s 22-yard ilieldgoal. j Oct. 3, 1971 WEST VIRGINIA ROLLS BY PITT MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 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