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NEBRASKA Continued from Page One think anybody is going to beat Nebraska." "The turning point," added Warmath, "was when they blew the whistle for the opening kickoff." ... Actually, there was almost one entire hopeful quarter for the Gophers after they were stricken by the first of Jerry Tagge's three touchdown passes to Johnny Rodgers and Jeff Kinney's one-yard scoring spin in the first period. Minnesota sneered at the Huskers' awesome reputation and their 14-point lead by dominating all but the closing moments of the second quarter. The Gophers cracked Nebraska's proud defense, 34-7 conqueror of Oregon the week be fore, with a 79-yard scoring thrust. - Then, as the Huskers contin ued to flounder on offense, Min nesota's Bill Light recovered a fumbled pitchout at the Nebraska 39. Penalty Helps Craig Curry, with the help of a piling-on penalty, steered the Gophers to the Nebraska 10 before the Huskers asserted their authority and forced a futile field goal attempt. It was at this point, Devaney said, that he considered replacing Tagge with Van Brownson of Shenandoah, la. "Except for that first touchdown pass," said the coach, "Tagge hadn't been throwing . well. I decided I'd Missouri Misses 3-Pointer At Gun to Lift Falcons, 7-6 COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. (AP) - Missouri's Greg Hill nissed a 37-yard field goal attempt with five seconds to play Saturday as Air Force squeeked past the Tigers, 7-6. Hill had earlier kicked field goals of 35 and 22 yards in the regionally televised game olayed in freezing weather and )ccasiona! snow flurries. The game's only touchdown came with 6 minutes 57 seconds to play in the second period when Falcon quarterback Joel Carlson faked a handoff up the middle, then trotted untouched two yards around left end. Craig Barry then provided That turned out to be the win-ling point with his conversion. Chip Hough started the win-ling drive by returning a Tiger unt 14 yards to the Missouri 10. Tailback Brian Bream licked up 16 yards in six car- Slow Start, But Stanford Romps, 38-3 Statistics Stanford Army 18 18 38-110 44-104 316 131 23-27-0 13-26-1 7-31 6-39 2 2 Irst downs ushes-vards 'assing yardaq asses Punts umbles lost ards penalized 51 35 SCORINQ tanford 0 21 10 731 rmy 0 i 0 01 Army FG Barclay 21 Stan Scott 9 oass from Bunca (Garcia ick) Stan. Scott 9 pass from Bunca (Garcia ick) Stan M. Moore 24 pass from Buna r.srcia kick) Stan. M. Moore 75 pass from Bunca Sarcia kick) Stan. FG Garcia 46 Stan. Shocklev 1 run (Garcia kick) Stan. Lamanuzzi 4 run (Garcia kick) A-42,146. WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) -)on Bunce hurled three scoring asses late in the first naif, jading Stanford to a 38-3 victo-y Saturday that ended Army's tring of winning home openers 1 15. The first two touchdowns name 31 seconds apart and the third, a 75-yard bomb to Miles Moore, put the Indians in front, 21-3, with only seven seconds left to the half. Stymied for 25 minutes by the red-up Cadets and trailing, 3-0, i Jim Barclay's 21-yard field oal, thirteenth-ranked Stanford 2-0) finally took the lead with ist over 4 minutes remaining i the second period on a nine-ard pass from Bunce to Bill cott. That capped a 78-yard march i eight plays. On the first play from scrim-lage after the ensuing kickoff, ob Hines fumbled and Stand's Dennis Bragonier recov-red at the Army 24. On third down Bunce jassed to Moore at the 10 and le broke away for the touch-lown. Stanford got the ball again at s own 20 with 26 seconds left, fter a running play, Bunce iund Moore at the Army 4C id the junior end outran purlers to the end zone. , Pancoast Aerials, Run Whip Dayton DAYTON, OHIO (AP) -jarterback Brad Pancoast ;rew two touchdown passes id scored once himself as nithern Illinois routed Dayton, -14, Saturday night 3-Ttme Payoff: Tagge to Rodgers give him one more chance before I substituted." Jerry responded to the emergency with a perfect pitch to Jerry List for 24 yards to the Nebraska 44. Tagge also pegged one 17 yards to Woody Cox in a drive that finished with Kinney's one-yard touchdown leap just 34 seconds before the half ended. Late Appearance So Brownson, who has been bothered by muscle spasms in his throwing shoulder, didn't get an opportunity to crank up until he took over along with other reserves in the fourth quarter. By then, Tagge had fired with stunning accuracy to the fleet Rodgers for two more touchdowns. Johnny seized the first from a crowd of defenders at the Gopher 13 and raced on to' complete a 20-yard play. Tagge found him free in the end zone for the next, a 37-yarder. "We did make more mistakes today than we did in our opener, admitted Devaney. "But I think you have to give Min-n e s o t a ' s aggressive defense some of the credit for that. . "This is a better Minnesota team than we beat last year (35-10). They lack maturity now, but I think they're going to develop into a team that's going to surprise some opponents." Errors by Subs Many of the Husker errors, uevaney added, were on pass Statistics First downs Rushing vardaqe MiMouri Air Fore 15 11 38-33 176 -U 18-33-1 11-40 0 35-162 24 100 3-18-0 1-41 Massing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 93 SCORING Missouri 3 0 Air Forct 0 7 Mo-FG Hill 22 AFA Carlson i run (Barry Kick) Mo FG Hill 35 A 26.584. ries against Missouri's tough eight-man line to spark the march. Hill's first field goal was set up by the work of quarterback Chuck Roper, who went to the air for 53 yards in a 64-yard drive. His second field -goal capped a 40-yard drive set up when tackle Steve Mizer recovered a fumble on the Air Force 40. 56-13 BLITZ FOR COLORADO Statistics First downs Rushina yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Wyoming Colo. 13 26 43-110 64-405 150 150 O 25 10-32-3 5-10-1 7-2jj j-30 18 65 SCORING Wyomlnq 7 0 6 013 Colorado 14 14 14 1456 CU Duenas 14 run (Dean kick) CU Duenas 13 run (Dean kick) UW Franklin 13 run (Fox kick) . CU Tarver 7 run (Dean kick) CU Thomas 3 run (Dean kick) CU Duenas 34 run (Dean kick) UW Brown 1 run (kirk tailed! CU Branch 74 pass from Duenas (Dean kick) CU Bland 3 run (Dean kick) CU Bland 19 run (Dean kick) A 40,729. BOULDER, COLO. (AP) - Sophomore , quarterbacks Joe Duenas and Rich Bland di rected Colorado's triple option like veterans Saturday, guiding the Buffs to a 56-13 victory over Wyoming. Playing in place of Injured Ken Johnson, the two moved the team to 405 yards rushing, with Duenas scoring three times and tossing one 'scoring pass. Duenas ran a keeper from the 14-yard line to notch Colorado's first touchdown in the first period. Duenas also scored on runs of three and 34 yards. Wyoming came back quickly, with Jim Hinton returning the kickoff 84 yards to Colorado's 13. Tailback Frosty Franklin tallied the Pokes' first score. Wyoming's final score came following a 31-yard pass from Gary Fox to Scott Freeman, with Steve Brown storming over from one yard out. The Buffs continued to roll, with Duenas hitting Cliff Branch for a 74-yard scoring strike. Bland guided the Buffs to two more touchdowns, scoring both himself. Mississippi State Wins on Kick JACKSON, MISS. (AP) -Glen Ellis booted a 35-yard second-chance field goal in the fourth quarter Saturday night to give Mississippi State a 13-10 Southeastern Conference football victory over Florida. defense by the second and third stringers in the last quarter. Their mistakes were more than offset, though, when Ernie Cook bobbled the finish of a 70-yard procession led by Curry's passing. 1 Cook, the leading Gopher rusher on the damp artificial turf under leaden skies, lost the ball just before he crashed into the end zone. It skittered into the grasp of Nebraska's Randy Borg for a touchback. Cook crunched out 81 yards in .18 trips, wnue Kinney lea Nebraska with 79 in 16 tries. The passers were more productive. Curry pegged for 132 yards by completing 15 of 32, but had two stolen. Passing Sharp Tagge was the winning pitch er with 218 yards. Jerry hit on 14 of 21, missing just two of nine in the decisive third quarter, and wasn't robbed once. "We had to have good passing," said Devaney, "because Minnesota was a lot tougher against the run than Oregon was last week." "I didn't think it was one of my better passing games, though," said Tagge. "Rodgers' speed was the main thing on those three touchdown throws. He beat the defense every time." The first covered 28 yards, so Rodgers' scoring plays were good for a total of 85. Texas Pass Breaks 7-7 Knot, 2840 Statistics Texas 25 73-428 UCLA 17 36-113 200 49 15-36-2 5-4J 1 41 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardage Reteurn yardage Passes 1-9-3 Punts Fumbles lost Yards P"'iSC0H,N0 4-J 1 28 .. 8 14 ..7 0 Texas 0 1438 0 310 F lores UCLA UCLA-Echols 42 pass from (Hen-era kick) . ,, lex ounsK y run ivoicr rilm Tex Moore 36 pass from Phillios (Valek kick) UCLA FG Herrera 41 Tex-Phlllios J run (Valek k ckl Tex Wlgginlon 17 run (Valek kick) A 36,504. LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (AP) Texas quarterback Eddie Phillips completed only one of nine pass attempts, but it went 36 yards for a tie-breaking touchdown as the Longhorns rolled over UCLA, 28-10, Saturday. The score was 7-7 with 34 seconds remaining in the first half when Phillips lofted the pass to Jim Moore. Phillips guided Texas to two other touchdowns before 36,504 in Memorial Coliseum. The Longhorns, unimpressing in some respects, put the game out of sight with two touchdowns in the last quarter. With minutes remaining, Donnie Wigginton replaced Phillips when UCLA lost the ball on downs on its 17. On the first play, Wigginton circled end for the final touch down. In the first quarter, young quarterback Mike Flores, with running aid from Marv Ken-dircks, moved UCLA 83 yards in 10 plays. Flores passed the final 42 to Reggie Echols for a touchdown. A 41-yard field goal by Efran Herrera came after Carver's second interception on the UCLA 5. SPLIT VICTORY HAZEL PARK, MICH. (AP) Four Way Split and Wing Out won their divisions Saturday in the Michigan Derby at Hazel Park Race Track. FOLLOW CYCLONE FOOTBALL Tonight 6:00 "The Johnny Majors Show Coach Majors and Pete Taylor -look at films of yesterday's game: IOWA STATE Films of all Iowa State games, both at home and away, will be shown at 6:00 P.M. Sundays, following CBS's "Sixty Minutes." After the Johnny Majors Show", stay tuned for the new CBS SUNDAY NIGHT MOVIES. Scoring Story FIRST QUARTER Nebraska 7, Minnesota 0 Johnny Rodgers maneuvered free in end zone for Jerry Tagge 28-yard pass. Tagge passed 11 to Jerry -List after Jeff Kinney ran nine in drive from midfield. Rich Sanger kicked point. Time 7 min utes Z8 seconds leit in quar ter. Nebraska 14, Minnesota 0 Gophers' Ernie Cook fumbled errant pitchout from Craig Curry and John Adkins recovered at Minnesota 20. Kinney went 16 yards in five rushes, the last a five-yard spin. Sanger kicked point. Time 2:16 left. SECOND QUARTER Nebraska 14, Minnesota 7 Gophers went 79 yards in 11 plays, with Jim Henry bulling final six. Face-mask penalty helped move ball to the seven after series of steady gains by Curry and Cook, who had runs of nine and 13 yards and caught seven-yard pass from Curry at Husker 20. Mel An derson kicked point. Time 9:08 left. Nebraska 21, Minnesota 7 liopners returned tavor of a face-mask violation, leading to Kinney's second one-yard touchdown. Huskers began at their 20. Tagge passed 22 yards to List and 13 to Kin ney, then 17 to Woody Cox after penalty, putting ball on 11. Kinney went 10 before score. Sanger kicked point. Time 0:34 left. THIRD QUARTER Nebraska 28, Minnesota 7 Tagge hit Rodgers with 20-y a r d touchdown aerial. Tagge had run 11 and Kinney 14 to begin 44-yard drive, which took seven plays. Sanger kicked point. Time 6:50 left'. Nebraska 35, Minnesota 7 Rodgers' third touchdown catch from Tagge was most electrifying as he raced behind safety Farrell Sheridan for grab in end zone on 37-yard play. Tagge also tossed 20 to Rodgers to begin 80-yard parade in four plays. Sanger kicked point. Time 3:23 left. Slater Sells Leaf Goalie GayeCooley KITCHNER, ONTARIO, CANADA The Des Moines Oak Leafs of the International Hockey League Saturday sold goalie Gaye Cooley to Charlotte, N.C., of the Eastern League. Oak Leaf General Manager Terry Slater, on hand for the parent New York Rangers' training camp here, would not disclose the amount of cash involved. Slater is reportedly interested in purchasing goalie George Surmay, 22, from the National Hockey League club. Surmay played with Seattle of the Western Hockey League last season. HIT 'EM AGAIN, HIT 'EM AGAIN, HIT 'EM AGAIN... WATERTOWN, WIS. (AP) -In a game mercifully ended with 12 minutes 48 seconds to play, Northland College overwhelmed Maranatha, 92-0, Saturday. Nine players scored touch downs, led by Bob Carlson and Rodney Warren with three apiece. Northland rolled up 483 total yards to minus 37 for Maranatha, and made 17 first downs to only one for the losers. ' IDAHO 10-10Then Razorbacks Rip Cowboys LITTLE ROCK, ARK. (AP)-Joe Ferguson, Arkansas' pass ing wniz, surprised everyone with a 35-yard touchdown run Saturday night to help the sixth ranked Razorbacks to a 31-10 football victory over Oklahoma State. Ferguson's dash, only the fourth touchdown run of his career, gave Arkansas a 14-point lead late in the third period. Tailback Success Tailback Jon Richardson gained 154 yards on 24 carries and scored two touchdowns. Morton, a sophomore tailback, gained 74 yards in 12 carries and scored once on a 39-yard run. The Razorbacks' defense did not permit OSU past the Arkansas 40-yard line in the second half until late in the fourth quarter. Even at 10-10 Brent Blackman, Cowboy sophomore quarterback, scrambled 13 yards to a second-quarter touchdown that tied the score, 10-10, but from then on OSU was unable to move. The Razorbacks went ahead to stay 17-10 when Richardson zipped four yards for a score with five seconds left in the first half. That touchdown completed an 80-yard drive in which Ferguson completed five of five passes for 57 yards. Altogether he completed 19 of 29 passes for 228 yards. SCORING Oklahoma State 3 Arkansas 3 7 14 010 7-31 OS Pruss FG 45 Ark Richardson 7 run (McClard kick) OS Blackman 13 run (Pruss kick) Ark Richardson 4 run (McClard kick) Ark Ferguson 35 run (McClard kick) Ark Morton 3 run (McClard kick) A 54,176 Ark MCC ard FG 36 Cougars Drop Uth Straight SPOKANE, WASH. (AP) - Three fourth-quarter touchdowns gave Arizona a 39-28 victory Saturday over Washington State, sending the Cougars to their eleventh straight loss. ! 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TOWN , rn n n n n n n Des Moines Sundey Register Sept. 19, 1971 7-1) DEFENSE SPURS KANSAS, 22-0 Statistics Baylor Kansas First downs Rushes-yards Passing vardane Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 12 17 54-91 45 15 3-17-3 8-31 8 79 55-177 96 75 8-15-0 6-35 3 75 SCORING Bavlir 0 0- C Kanses -. .. 0 KAN-Cerne 9 nass from Heck fHelmba- 22 cner kickj KAN-FG Helmbacher 23 KAN-FG Helmbacher 35 KAN-Safetv, Deem tackled in end zone KAN-Nelloms 5 run (Helmbacher kick) LAWRENCE, KAN. (AP) A brilliant Kansas defense paved the way for all the scoring Saturday as the Jayhawks' football machine thrashed Baylor, 22-0. Dan Heck's nine-yard pass to Mike Cerne early in the secend quarter produced the first touchdown. It ended a 27-yard drive after Lee Hawkins intercepted and returned 30 yards. Kansas got its second touchdown with 23 seconds remaining on Jerome Nel-loms five-yard sweep. Seconds earlieer, the Jayhawks received the ball on the 50 on a kick following a safety. Bob Helmbacher kicked both extra points and field goals of 23 and 35 yards in the third quarter. It was the first time since 1965 Kansas blanked two suc cessive opponents. A week ago, the Jayhawks routed Washing ton State by 34-0. Helmbacher recorded h:s first field goal after Gary Adams intercepted on the Kansas 42 and the Jayhawks bogged at the Baylor five. Mark Geraghty recovered a fumbled pitchout 3 minutes later on the Baylor 24. Kansas could move no closer than the 18, where Helmbacher again converted a three-pointer. Helmbacher got his first field goal after Gary Adams had in tercepted on tne Kansas iz ana the subsequent drive bogged !string quarterback Reid Lam-down at Baylor s five. lport pressed into service Satur. Mark Geraghty recovered a in Vw.q0o f inww ,aA fumbled pitchout 3 pucnuui o iI1U.uica;Bow G.een t0 opto Mid. uuer un uie nay km w at-i up;American Conference ootbaI1 another field goal. victory over 0hio UniVersity. The Jayhawks needed only iThe sophomore hit 13 of 20 ' six plays to cover 27 yards for their first touchdown, Wau'sau Homes Introduces GfiTTTVTT'T?ca TTfl 13 i20 spec,al FFER .PHONE STATE ZiP lOth-Ranked Sooner s Jolt Hapless Mustangs, 30-0 NORMAN, OKLA. (AP) - Tenth-ranked Oklahoma, its heralded attack chewing yardage at will, exploded in the second quarter and bowled over Southern Methodist, 30-0, in a football opener for both schools Saturday. ; m 1 . r l 1 1-1 i. I . ine running oi nauuacKsi Greg Pruitt and Joe Wylie, I leadership of quarterback Jack Mildren and ' a surprisingly strong Sooner defense were too much for the Mustangs. Oklahoma raced to a 20-0 halftime lead as the Sooner defense, led by big end Raymond Hamilton, frustrated Southern Methodist, which got into enemy territory only once in the opening half and suffered from fumbles throughout the game. The game was played in intermittent rain, but the poor conditions did not hamper Okla homa's powerful wishbone-T at tack. Pruitt, Mildren and fullback Leon Crosswhite notched touchdowns and sophomore John Carroll scored on three of four field goal attempts. Wylie added several long scampers on the watery Tartan turf. Pruitt scored on a six-yard scamper and Mildren hit pay- dirt on a 10-yard run in the second quarter. Crosswhite tal lied on a one-yard plunge in the third period. Hamilton kept the pressure on Southern Methodist quarterback Gary Hammond and Oklahoma's defense allowed only 48 yards rushing and minus one yard passing in the first half. SMU made only 137 total yards as Hamilton was in on 14 tackles and threw Hammond three times for losses. Mildren was the leading rusher with 109 yards on 25 carries. Pruitt had 90 and Wylie 68. 3rd-Stringer Vital For Bowling Green ATHENS f)HTf tP Third 1 -4-.j wv-v-uuvj sji. iiijui iv,Lit yj kv' passes for 162 yards and i touchdown. one! ! 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Major Games This Week EAST Navy at Boston Colleoe Rhode Island at Brown Colgate af Cornell Holy Cross at Harvard Columbia at Lafayette Dartmouth at Massachusetts Lehigh at Penn Oklahoma at Pitt Rutgers at Princeton VMI at Villanova Connecticut at Yale SOUTH Boston U. at The Citadel, night Georgia at Clemson Alabama at Florida Kansas at Florida State, niqht Army at Georgia Tech Mississippi at Kentucky Xavier at Marshall . Vanderbilt at Mississippi State Maryland at North Carolina West Virqinia at Richmond, night North Carolina State. at South Carolina. night San Diego State vs. Southern Mis-sissippiat Jackson, Miss., night Auburn at Tennessee Duke at Virqinia Miami, Fla. at Wake Forest, night Davidson at William & Mary MIDWEST East Carolina at Bowlinq Green Houston at Cincinnati, nioht Miami, Ohio at Dayton, night Louisville at Drake Penn State at Iowa Briqham Young at Kansas State UCLA at Michigan Oregon State at Michigan State Washington State at Minnesota Southern Methodist at Missouri Texas A&M at Nebraska Syracuse at Northwestern Colorado at Ohio State Kent State at Ohio U. Virginia Tech at Oklahoma State Notre Dame at Purdue Northern Illinois at Western Michiqan Trinity, Tex. af Wichita State, night Louisiana State at Wisconsin SOUTHWEST Tulsa at Arkansas Indiana at Baylor, nlqht Tulane at Rice, night Texas Tech at Texas Toledo at Texas-Arlinaton, night Arizona at Texas-El Paso, night FAR WEST Wvominq at Air Force San Jose State at California Colorado State vs. Idaho af Spokane, Wash., night Pacific at Lonq Beach State, nioht Iowa State at New Meixco, night North Texas State at New AAexico State, niqht Illinois at Southern California, night Oregon at .Stanford Arizona State at Utah Nevada-Las Vegas at Utah State Texas Christian at Washington GRACELAND CLICKS (Special Dispatch to The Register) WARRENSBURG, MO. -John Tasker's 17-minute 12-sec-ond clocking for the three miles gave Graceland an 18-37 cross- country triumph over Central Missouri State here Saturday. 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