The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on October 17, 1971 · 83
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The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia · 83

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econd-Kanke NORMAN, Okla. (UPI)-The second-ranked Oklahoma Sooners routed fifth-ranked Colorado 45-17 Saturday on the jet propelled running of halfback Greg Pruitt and the Wishbone wizardy of quarterback Jack Mildren. Pruitt rushed for 190 yards on 14 carries and scored two touchdowns, on runs of 66 and 14 yards. Mildren threw only five pass es from the rush - oriented Wishbone-T but completed four of them, two for touchdowns. He also scored on a three-yard run late in the second quarter to give the Sooners a 24-0 half-time lead. Mildren completed scoring bombs of 54 yards to split end Jon Harrison and 68 yards to halfback Joe Wylie. Halfback Roy Bell bolted over from the three and kicker John Carroll . YARDSTICK First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardase Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized is 32-83 241 0 14-33-2 (-39.0 0 25 ooners Rout 0 017 0-14 1410 714-45 Colo. Okla- 71 73-498 172 14 4-5-0 2-35.5. 78 tacked on a 36-yard field goal as . well as six conversion points to round out Oklahoma scoring. Colorado niT rmltt UL ntn ICrrrM kirk) OU Harrison 54 pass from MUdrea (Carroll kick) OU Carroll 36 FO , OU Mildren 3 run (Carroll kick) jjU Nichols 64 pass from Johnson (Deal OU Pruitt 14 run (Carroll kick) ' CU Davis 16 run (Dean kick) CU Dean 32 FG OU Wylie 69 pass from MUdrea (Carroll kick) OU Bell 1 run (Carroll kick) Dayton, 13-0 HUNTINGTON, W. Va. (UPI) - Tailback Gary Ko- sins scored a first-period touchdown on a one-yard run and caught a 27-yard touchdown pass from Ron Krecht-ing in the fourth quarter Saturday to lead Dayton to a 13-0 victory over Marshall. The Floyers' huge defenders kept the young Thundering Herd outside the Dayton 40-yard line except for a fourth-quarter bid after linebacker Dave Smith Intercepted a SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1971 C&: Atlanta Journal and CONSTITUTION 3-D A err - osoraao, n r Dayton pass at the Flyers 27. Marshall (1-4) marched to the three-yard line where quarterback ReggieOliver was stopped for no gain on a fourth-and-one situation. Dayton. 6 0 0 7-13 Marshall 0 0 0 0- O Day Koslns 1 run (kick failed) DAY Kosins 27 pass from Kretch-lng (Trlnlta kick) A 10.750. Utah, 42-16 SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Utah's ball-hawking defense set up four second-quarter touchdowns, two each by running backs Gene Belczyk and Cal Poulson, and the Redskins crushed Western Athletic Conference foe Colorado State 42-16 Saturday. N. Dakota, 23-7 FARGO, N. D. (UPI) -Tony Shahoarat kicked three field goals to go with a stand- out defensive effort Saturday that led North Dakota to a 23-7 victory over North Dakota State, the No. 1 ranked small college football team in the country. The loss snapped a 14-game North Dakota State winning streak and was the Bison's first defeat in 33 straight games, including a 14-14 tie with Eastern Michigan last season. . i f . X k " H - ' ' i 4i; ? . -Ayr- mfmm' 'mm m- mmmmx - jmm -' ' IOWA STATE, 24-0 Kansas State Blanked MANHATTAN, Kan. (UPI) Split end Ike Harris marauded through Kansas State's secondary Saturday, latching onto two long touchdown passes from quarterback Dean Carlson, as Iowa State stampeded to a surprisingly easy 24-0 Big Eight Conference football victory. run by David Eckstein and a conversion by Jerry Chandler. Chandler's 92-yard field goal provided the winning margin with 12:33 to play. Iowa State Kansas State 10 7 7 0-24 0 0 0 00 UPI TelephotO RICH GLOVER KNOCKS BALL FROM K ANSAS QUARTERBACK DAVID JAYNES Nebraska Recovers First Quarter Fumble, Goes on to Rout, 554 IS FO Shoernake 44 IS Amundson 2 run (Shoemake kick) IS - Hams, 64 pass from Carlson (Shoemake kick) IS Harris 28 pass from Carlson (Shoemake kick) A 32,000 (EST.) Presbyterian, 24-23 CHARLESTON, S.C(AP) Presbyterian oftheCaroli-nas Conference lost an early two touchdown lead, but rallied for 10 points in the last quarter Saturday night to nip The Citadel Southern Conference football team 24-23. The visiting Blue Hose went ahead for good on a four-yard .eark INCOME TAX Thousands are earning good money as tax preparers. Enrollment open to men and women of all ages. Job opportunities for qualified graduates. Call for free information and class schedules. HURRYI CALL TODAY 523-6076 CLASSES START MONDAY 9 LOCATIONS H&R BLOCK 378PachtrtSt.,N.E. Atlanta, Ga. 30308 r NEBRASKA, 55-0 Cornhusker Fury Grinds Up Kansas LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) Nebraska's prairie powerhouse crushed outclassed Big Eight foe Kansas 55-0 Saturday to run the Cornhuskers' unbeaten streak to 25 games. The top-ranked C o r n h u s-kers, out to match strides with Oklahoma's rampaging second-ranked club, completely crushed Kansas' attempts to mount an offense, even though Kansas coach Don Fambrough inserted a sophomore passing threat David Jaynes into the lineup in an effort to open up the Nebraska defense. The tactic backfired as the awesome Husker defensive unit held the Jayhawks without a first down in the first half and kept them from get- YARDSTICK ence football victory over Washington Saturday when fee losers' Steve Wiezbowskl missed a 21-yard field goal with 24 seconds left. Washlndon 14 0 0 721 Oregon 0 0 17 4-23 Wash-Inealls 14 pass from Slxklller IWieZDOWSU KICK) Wash TasEarea 5 run (Wiezbowskl kick) Ore-Pieper 47 pass Interception (Battle kick) Ore-FB Battle 25 Ore-Herd I run (Battle kick) Wash-Eicher 2 run (Wiezbowskl kick) Ore-Moore 1 run (kick failed) A-44.200. BY POPULAR DE WD '1971 BIGGEST FEATURE' vWMai. "DYNO" DON NICHOLSON BILL "GRUMPY" JENKINS THE ONLY ATLANTA APPEARANCE THIS YEAR Next Sunday. Oct. 24-gates open at noon SOUTUEATERU DtlflGViftY, DALLAS, GA. ADMISSION for this event $5, Children under 12-free Drag Racing every Sunday Afternoon First Downs Rushes-Yards Passim Yardaee Return Yardage Passes Punts ?umbles tost ards Penalized Kansas Nebraska 7 35-42 98 8 7-21-3 11-40 5 35 23 47-411 127 90 12-25-2 2-37.5 1 97 ting even close enough to the goal line for a field goal. The Husker offense, meanwhile, was having a spree of its own. It freely passed the scoring honors around, even down to third string defensive back Pat Fischer, who scored the final touchdown when he Intercepted a pass by the hapless Jaynes on the Kansas 14 and went in to score. JEFF KINNEY, the hard-driving I-back, scored twice, once on a 66-yard gallop from scrimmage, his longest career sewing run. Kansas Nebraska 0 0 O 0-0 14 14 13 14-55 Neb - KlnneY 1 ran (Sanger kick) Nob - Dixon 1 run (Sander kick) Neb - Tagse 1 run (Banner kick) ,cN T.RodKers 37 pass I nam Tangs (Sanger kick) Neb - Kinney 66 run (Sancer kick) Neb - Kinney 66 run (Sanger kick) Neb Rodsers 13 run (kick (ailed) Neb - lirownson 1 run (SanKer kick) Saref"klck)Cher 14 P"M taterc,,Ptioa Attendance 68.331. BYU, 35-17 LARAMIE, Wyo. (UPI) Running backs Steve Stratton and Pete Van Valkenburg ran through the Wyoming defense virtually unmolested Saturday to lead Brigham Young out of a scoring drought and Into a 35 to 17 Western Athletic Conference victory. BYU 14 7 7 7-35 Wyomlnf 3 7 0 7-17 Wyo-Strattoa 4 run (Liljenqulst kick) BYU-yan Valkenberg 2 run (Uljcn-quist kick) BYU-Vaa Valkenburg; 2 run (UUen-quist kick) Wyo Freeman 64 past from Fox (Hurtman kick) BYU-Haiuen 93 pass Interception (LiMenqulHt kick) BYU Terry 6 rnn (Liljenqulst kick) Wyo Leake 17 pass from Cockerham (Budman kick) Oregon, 23-21 EUGENE, Ore. 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