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B2 Sunday, October 22. 1995 The Manhattan Mercury j SPORTS Kansas keeps rolling, last rT Boatoa C!ir 7 BuclMII M Tone is 1 C ConwrtMTn t lis,, prasaets. Pa U Comncia 2 Y.itt parurxmu! is Cuijau 14 Wvjue21 Stu7 fioisira M Charioa SooUcn Laiaveti 27. iiorv troaa 17 Lemgn M Corcii 21 feanai M C.nuiuj 13 fcaatarlHitetuZu WilhaaMaryt arryl!urtt 21 Kcberi sternal lltaflu 17 Pmsbarg li Kavy 20. Viitaawa 14 Hampwir 21 MauM Nonbcancra 14- Boatea I) I Penn :4 Brown 21 rViMMon 14 Harvard t Kaooc laland M CoBBrti-a 1 nichsaood y Ford&aai i. Da rwwr t i, bl joaa a. S Y i Byranu 22. Km V Irjiaia Virginia 7aca 4a. Ralfers 17 Wasfiar2,ionaa MH.TB Al abasia B, Mitnmpsi Alabama Si 4. Prain Vievl Appalachian St 10. Marshall 1 Auburn 34. W Michitaa U Aunia Pea; 3a. TeiKiaM St t EBun-Cootaan 0 Albaay.Ca.Sl -Cteauoa 17. Mary land 0 Delaware 48. J ua Madison 1 Delaware St 41, Mortu St 17 B Kentutsy 18 Tuna -kUrtia 14 Easl Carolina 33. Temple 22 T lorxia St 42 Georgia Teca 10 Purmu 21. E Teaneaae St. IS Georgia 12. Kentucky 1 Georgia Southern if. Citadel Howard U 20 N Carolina AT 14 Jackson St 2, Grambliaa St. 2t LSU 4. North Texas 7 Liberty 37, Wo fiord 0 HcNeese St. 20. San Houston St Middle Tenn 42. St Mtaaoun 0 nun. Valley SL 28, Teias Soothanll N Carolina St. 41. Duke 38 N Louinana42.NELouisiana3 Nevada 4I, Louisiana Tech 46 North Carolina 31. Wake Forest 7 Randolph-Macon 38. Davidson SW Louisiana 4S, Pacific SW Texas St. 3S. Nicholls St 29 South Carolina 52, Vnnderbilt 14 Southern U. 81, Alcorn St 51 Stephen F Austin 31, Samford 16 Tennessee Tech 38. Morehead SL It Tn Chattanooga 35. W . Carolina 14 Troy St. 3i, Jacksonville St 7 MIDWEST Cent Michigan 27, Kent 18 Cincinnati 28. Memphis 1 Colorado 30, Iowa SL 28 Drake 34. Dayton 23 E Michigan 40. Ball St. 35 Evansville7, ValparaisoS . Indiana SL 27, W. Kentucky Michigan34. Indiana 17 Michigan SL 34. Minnesota 31 N Iowa 13, S Illinois 0 Nebraska 48, Kansas SL 25 Northwestern 35, Wisconsin 0 Notre Dame 38. Southern Cal 10 Ohio St 28. Purdue 0 Ohio U.2, Akron 23 Oklahoma SL 30. M issouri 28 Penn SL 41, Iowa 27 SW Missouri SL 13, W. Illinois 7 Thomas More 37, Butler 2 Toledo 35, Bowling Green 16 Youngstowa SL 56. Wingate 7 SOUTHWEST Houston 38, Southern Mela. IS Kansas 38. Oklahoma 17 Texas 17, Virginia 16 Texas A4M 24. Baylor Texas Christian 16, Tulane II Texas Tech 31, Rice 28 FAK WEST Boise St. 27, Idaho SL 17 Brigbam Young 23, Wyoming 30 California 13. Oregon St. 12 Idaho 53, Montana 43 N. Arizona 30, E. Washington 16 New Mexico 22, Colorado SL 14 Sacramento SL 37, Cal Poiy-SLO 36 St Mary's. Cal. 26, S. Utah 24 UCLA 42, Stanford 28 Utah 22, Air Force 21 Utah SL 27, New Mexico SL 14 Weber SL 14, Montana SL 7 Tap 23 Fared How the top 25 teams in The Associated Press' college football poll fared this week: No 1 Florida State (7-00) beat Georgia Tech 42-10. Next: at No. 14 Virginia, Thursday. Nov. 2. No. 2 Nebraska (7-04) beat No 8 Kansas State 40-25. Next: at No. B Colorado, Saturday. No. 3 Florida (8-0-0) did not play. Next at Georgia, Saturday. No. 4 Ohio State (7-00) beat Purdue 28-0. Next rs. No. 18 Iowa. Saturday. No. 5 Southern Cal ifornia (8-1-0) lost to No. 17 Notre Dame 38 10 Next at No. 20 Washington, Saturday. No o Tennessee (6-1-0) did not play. Next vs. South Carolina, Saturday. No. 7 Kansas (7-00) beat Ne. 15 Oklahoma 38-17. Next: at No. 8 Kansas State, Saturday. No. 8 Kansas State (6-1-0) lost to No, 2 Nebraska 40-25. Next vs. No. 7 Kansas, Saturday. No. OColorado (8-1-0) beat Iowa State 50-28. Next vs. No. 2 Nebraska, Saturday. , No. 10 Michigan (8-1-0) beat Indiana 34-17. Next vs. Minnesota, Saturday. No. 11 Northwestern (6-1-0) beat Nn. 24 Wisconsin 26-0. Next at Illinois, Saturday. No. 12 Oregon (5-1-0) va. Washington State. Next: vs. Arizona State, Saturday. ' No. 13 Auburn (5-2-0) beat Western Michigan 34-13. Next: at Arkansas, Saturday. No. 14 Virginia (6-34) lost to No. 16 Texas 17-16. Next: vs. No. Florida State, Thursday. Nov. 2. No. 15 Oklahoma (4-2-1) lost to No. 7 Kansas 38-17. Next: at Missouri, Saturday. No. 16 Texas (5-1-1) beat No. 14 Virginia 17-16. Next: n. No. 25 Texas Tech, Nov. 4. No. 17 Notre Dame (6-2-0) beat No. S Southern California 38-10. Next vs. Boston College. Saturday. No. 18 Iowa (5-1-0) lost to No. 10 Penn State 41-27. Next: at No. 4 Ohio State. Saturday. No.UPennState(V2-0beatNo.l8Iowa41-27.Next vs. Indiana, Saturday. No 20 Washington (4-2-0) at Arizona. Next vs. No. 5 Southern Cal, Saturday. No. 21 Alabama (5-2-0) beat Mississippi 23 9 Next vs. North Texas, Saturday. No. 22 Texas A&M (4-2-0) beat Baylor 24-0. Next vs. Houston, Saturday. No. 23 Stanford (4-2-1) lost to UCLA 42-28. Next vs. Oregon State. Saturday. No. 24 Wisconsin (2-3-1) lost to No. 11 Northwestern 35-0. Next vs. Michigan State, Saturday. No. 25 Texas Tech (4-2-0) beat Rice 31-26. Next at New Mexico, Saturday. Wildcats get volleyball win The Kansas State volleyball team upped its record to 16-5 by besting Missouri Saturday night (15-7,15-5, 15-5) at Ahearn Field-house. "Everything I wanted to accomplish tonight was accomplished," said KSU coach Jim Moore. "We never did quit playing hard and never assumed we had the match in control. That is a good sign." The Lady 'Cats hit .370 with 42 kills in the match. Toie Young led the team with 10 kills, while Jill Dugan added nine and Kate DeClerk chipped in eight. Young committed only one error in 17 attempts for .529 hitting percentage. With the win, Kansas State upped its Big 8 record to 3-3. K-State will prepare for another league game Wednesday, when they travel to Ames, Iowa to bat tle the Iowa State cyclones at 7:30 p.m. ' Nebraska has now won 27 straight games against KSU dating back to 1968. The win was also NU's 28th straight on their home field against all opponents. Summing up the effort, KSU coach Bill Snyder said, "Every dog has its day and we didn't have ours." ABC's coverage included only 16 percent of the televisions in the United States. The game was shown in the Big Eight states, plus Texas, North Dakota and South Dakota. Snyder put to rest any questions about the quarterback position by saying, "Matt (Miller) is our No. 1 and Brian is our No. 2." v X y f V Kansas State's Eric Hickson tries KSU 'just not m Continued from Page Bl Lockett Still, the junior QB Said, There was no satisfaction. We're going home 6-1; it could have been 7-0." As for the Cornhuskers' pass rush that ended up with a total of nine sacks for a negative 60 yards, Kavanagh said, "They're just relentless. They just keep coming, and coming, and coming." While the 'Cats did come back, Gastrins said, "That means nothing. We lost That's the bottom line." But the bottom line was also the fact that after Clyde Johnson scored on a blocked punt with 3:10 remaining to make it 42-23, Nebraska returned its starters to the field to finish the game. And they scored on a 12-yard pass to Ahman Green, who rushed for 109 yards and caught three passes for 41. Nebraska quarterback Tommie Frazier attributed the 'Cats' come-backtoNU's lack of intensity. "They came ready to play in the second half, and we didn't," Frazier said. In assessing the Wildcats, NU coach Tom Osborne said, "I think this is a very good team. They're very good on defense and probably offensively, they're a decentteam." Frazier, who Snyder called "a difference maker" ended with 10 of 16 passing for 148 yards, plus rushed for 36 yards. Kansas State returns to action Saturday against Kansas in a 12:10 kickoff at KSU Stadium. estate able to Continued from Page Bl the punt and it was recovered by Clyde Johnson for a Wildcat touchdown. Nebraska still held a comfortable lead at 42-25, but nevertheless on to the field trotted quarterbackTommie Frazier and members of the first-team offense. Osborne got the results he wanted as Frazier led the Huskers to another score on a 12-yard pass to Ahman Green. "I probably brought bur guys out too early," Osborne said. "I shouldn't have substituted so early. I felt I had to put them back in." Frazier, a Heisman candidate who set an NU record Saturday with four passing touchdowns, agreed with Osborne's decision. "I didn't like coming back into the game," Frazier said. "Coach .Osborne thought Ipnght to, and I had betteicome back in to." Miller hit on 10 of 24 passes for 109yards and Kavanagh 12of 22 for 136 yards. Most of Kavanagh 's play came againtNU reserves. . , KSU punter James Garcia threw, and completed, two fourth down passes of 18 yards to Deder-ick Kelly and 12 yards to Mario Smith for first downs. Kevin Lockett now has nine TD receptions, which ties the school record of Greg Washington in 1988. Mitch Running had a career-high of 10 catches for 110 yards. He has now caught passes in 30 straight games, which is two shy of the record held by Frank Hernandez. Nebraska's total of 338 yards w ' v to elude Nebraska's Terrell Farley good enough ' C K-SUit 1 ZS Nebraska 14 tl 7 741 First Quarter Nefcraka7,Kaas8tate( 10-JM NU'i Mike Fallmaa 7-yard pant rttara. After NU stops KSU on iti opening aeries, Hike Fullmin returns a 44-yard James Garcia punt79yards forthetcore. It ii NU'a firat punt return for a TO since 1968. FAT: Kris Browa, kick. Nebraska 7. Nebraska! 7i8 KSU'l Kevia Leckett lt-vars! pass free Matt Miller. KSU answers NU's TD with an eight play, 49-yard drive. Highlighting the drive is a 12-yard pass to Kevin Lockett on a 3rd and 9. PAT: Martin Gramatica misses kick. Nebraska 14, Kansas State 6:02 Jon Vedral recovers fumble la end-aaae Clinton Childj fumbles the ball into the endzone on a 2nd and goal from the 2-yard line. The play capped a 15-play, 75-yard drive that takes 7:13 off the clock. Nebraska converts three straight third down plays. Ahmam Green has two carries for 34 yards and catches two passes for 30 yards in the drive. PAT: Brown, kick Second Quarter Nebraska 21, Kansas State t 46 NU's Sheldon Jackson 11-yard pass NU goes eight plays and 61 yards for the score. Key play in the drive is a 15-yard scramble by Frailer on a 3rd and 7. PAT: Brown, kick. Nebraska 28, Kansas State 8 5:21 NU's Ahman Green 10-yard pass from Frailer NU goes 50 yards in five plays. The first is a 23-yard Frazier pass to Damon Benning and the second snap a 12 -yard run by Green. QPAT: Brown, kick. Nebraska 35, Kansas Stale 8 5:09 NU's Lather Hardin 3-yard interception return. Chad Kelsay tips Matt Miller's attempted shovel pass with Hardin scoring the interception. PAT: Brown, kick. Third Quarter Nebraska 42, Kansas State 8 4:31 Nil's Vedral 32-yard pass from Frailer. The pass is for 32 yards and no Wildcat mount late threat at end Overall, Osborne was pleased with the performance of his defending national championship squad. "Anytime you win by three touchdowns, or whatever it was, you feel good about the effort We're happy to get out of here with a good, solid win. "When you're playing a good football team, and you can pull your first team out, you've got to be satisfied." Osborne rated the Wildcat defense as "good" and the offense as 'decent'" "That was a real good football team we beat," Osborne said. Jared Tomich, a junior outside linebacker for the Huskers, said the Big Red defense enjoyed playing the 'Cats. He said many of the teams Nebraska has faced this season feature quarterbacks who use two-step drops. "With No. 6 (Matt Miller) if he plants his feet he's a good passer, but when he runs around he's not was a season low. Their previous low was 475 against Missouri. The Cornhuskers rushed for 190 yards, while their season average was 352. The $25 face-value tickets were being sold for between $65 and $85 prior to kickoff. - 'Saturday's crowd of 76,072 was the largest for NU since 76,131 watched the Colorado game in 1994. It was NU's 206th straight sellout dating back to 1962. DeShawn Fogle suffered a head injury in the final minutes of the game, but Snyder said that he had feeling in his limbs when he was carted off the field. Snyder added, "I want to believe he's all right" n Anoctaled Prats in the second quarter Saturday. at Nebraska defender is within 20 yards of him. The drive covers 49 yards in three plays. PAT. Browa, kick. Foarth Quarter Nebraska 42, Kansas State 12 13.-07 KSU'l Mitcb Banning 7 yard pass fraea Brian Kavanagh. Kavanagh and Running hook up for four straight pass plays of 9, 18, 17 and 7 to cap at seven-play, 73-yard drive. PAT: Try for two fails. Nebraska 42, Kansas State It 7:33 KSU 'a Kevia Lockett IB-yard pass from Kavanagh. Kavanagh hits four of his last five passes for 45 yards. The drive covers 63 yards in 10 plays and includes a fourth down pass by James Garcia to Mario Smith for 12 yards. PAT: Gramatica. kick. Nebraska 42, Kansas State 25 5:58 Clyde Johnson returns blocked punt for touchdown. Punting for the first time, reserve Bill Lafleur has his punt blocked by Chuck Marlowe. PAT: Try for two fails. Nebraska 49, Kansas State 25 3:43 NU's Green 12-yard pass from Frazier. After KSU cuts the difference to 42-25, NU puts their starters back in with Frazier directing the team on a 10-play, 56-yard drive. QPAT: Brown, kick. Attendance: 76,072 .: KSU ' Neb First downs 17 19 Rushes-yards 26M-19) 46-190 Passing 275 148 Return Yards 4-104 4-58 Comp-Att-lnt 24-48-2 10-17-0 Sacked-yardslost 9-82 0-0 Punts 6-44 4-23 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 14-113 7-64 Timeof possession 29:07 30.53 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Kansas St. Hickson 6-26, Lawrence 6-15, Kavanagh 2-minus 22), Miller 12-minus 38). Nebraska, Green 22-109, Frazier 6-36, Jf.Makovicka 6-21, Schuster 2-10, Childs 4-9. Sims 1-3, Benning 5-2. PASSING Kansas St, Miller 10-24-1-109, Kavanagh 12-22-1-136, Garcia 2-2-0-30. Nebraska, Frazier 10-16-0-148, Turman 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING Kansas St., Running 10-110, Schwieger 4-58, Lockett 4-54, Lawrence 3-1, Hickson 1-22, Kelly 1-18, Smith 1-12. Nebraska, Green 3-41, SJackson 2-18, Vedral 1-32, Benning 1-23, CJohnson 1-12, Gilman 1-11, Washington 1-11. as good," Tomich said. "He likes to drop back in the pocket which gives us a chance to put pressure on him." Miller was sacked seven times and often hit the Memorial Stadium turf even after getting the pass off in time. "Their quarterback got hit a lot" Osborne said. "He did a good job of staying in there. That had to be unnerving for him." Frazier said the Wildcat defense played hard, but he couldn't say whether it was the toughest defense the Cornhuskers have faced this season. "I go out and prepare myself whether we're playing the top defense or the last defense," Frazier said. By the end of the third quarter, the Husker defense had held Kansas State to 128 yards of offense, compared to NU's offensive output of 289 yards. Kansas State finished the game with 256 yards of total offense. Fogle was taken to the hospital for precautionary x-rays. Missing the game was KSU center Jason Johnson (arm) and receiverback Andre Anderson (unknown injury). NU used 66 players and KSU 46. Goodland product and NU reserve: quarterback Brook Berringer was in uniform, but did not play due to a knee injury. On display was the National Champion Football Trophy.The trophy is valued at $30,000 and hand-crafted by Waterford Crystal in Ireland. The trophy goes to the No. 1 ranked team in the USA TodayCNN coaches poll. 38-17 over Associated Press NORMAN, Okla. Mark Williams threw three touchdown passes and Dorian Brew made two huge interceptions as No. 7 Kansas overcame an early two-touchdown deficit and beat No. 15 Oklahoma 38-17, the Jayha wks' first victory in Norman since 1975. Brew returned an interception 41 yards to set up a touchdown that tied the score at 14 midway through the third quarter. Then he picked off a deflected pass in the fourth quarter and brought it back 25 yards for a touchdown that made it 31-17. Kansas (7-0 overall, 3-0 Big EighO is off to its best start since 1968. Oklahoma (4-2-1, 1-2) is now 0-11-1 against Top 25 teams since beating Texas A&M in September 1993. Jerald Moore ran for a career-high 219 yards and gave the Sooners their 14-0 lead with touchdown runs of 60 and 72 yards. But he was held to 61 yards after gaining 158 in the first quarter. The Jayhawks, after being stung by Moore's long runs, took control with a patient ground game and accurate, timely passing by Williams. He had touchdown throws of 1, 6 and 4 yards and wound up 18 of 26 for 155 yards. Kansas, which failed to gain even 20 yards the first four times it got the ball, seemed to find its stride with a remarkable second-quarter drive that brought the Jayhawks within 14-7 at halftime. Starting at their 20, the Jayhawks used 22 plays and converted four fourth downs, including Williams' 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Hosea Friday. The longest play of the 12-minute drive was the first a 14-yard run by June Henley, and 15 of the plays went for five yards or less. Brew's 41-yard interception return in the third quarter gave Kansas the ball at the Oklahoma Buffs overcome ISU Associated Press AMES, Iowa In beating Iowa State 50-28, it might look like Colorado had an easy time. Far from it Iowa State threw a scare into the ninth-ranked Buffaloes, leading 28-27 in the fourth quarter Saturday before Colorado regrouped and won going away with three touchdowns and a field goal in the final 11:10. Coach Rick Neuheisel was delighted, especially after his team had been upset by Kansas 40-24 in its previous game. "I thought we did a nice job of rallying when the game got into question," said Neuheisel, who can now turn his attention to next Saturday's showdown with No. 2 Nebraska. "We found ourselves, I'm hoping, as a team." Lendon Henry ran for three touchdowns and the defense added two scores as Colorado (6-1 overall, 2-1 Big Eight) defeated Iowa State for the 12th straight time and kept the Cyclones (2-5, 0-3) winless in their last 12 conference games. But Iowa State kept it interesting. The Cyclones rallied from a 27-10 halftime deficit to take the lead on Troy Davis' 45-yard touchdown run with 14:12 left Davis, who leads the nation in rushing, finished with 203 yards in 33 carries and three TDs. Cowboys beat Associated Press COLUMBIA, Mo. As the seconds ticked down on the end of Oklahoma State's marathon dry spell, one player found it hard to contain his emotions. "I was screaming," senior offensive guard Scott Waterbury said after the Cowboys beat Missouri 30-26 Saturday in a battle to escape the Big Eight basement. "This is a feeling I just can't explain. "Nothing I could have prepared for could have been this great," he said. Andre Richardson ran for 171 yards and two touchdowns as Oklahoma State (2-5, 1-2 Big Eight) ended a 20-game conference winless streak, winning for the first time since a 27-21 victory over Iowa State Oct 24, 1992. It was the school's first conference victory on the road since a 25-17 victory over Iowa State in the 1990 finale. Missouri (2-5, 0-3) appears headed for its 12th consecutive losing season, with three ranked opponents remaining on the schedule. Richardson, a sophomore backup, needed only 17 carries to Sooners 7-yard line, and two plays later Williams nit Asnaunaai amiux on a 6-yard touchdown pass. The score was 17-all in the fourth quarter when Kansas drove 70 yards and scored on a 4-yard pass to tight end Jim Moore. The biggest play on the drive was a beautiful diving catch that Smith made for a 48-yard gain on third-and-24, moving Kansas to the Sooner 26. Brew's second interception return gave the Jayhawks a two-touchdown lead, and L.T. Levine added a short TD run in the fina.1 minute. , Moore only touched the ball twice in the Sooners' first two series, and one of those was wiped out by a penalty. But then he went 20 yards on the first play of their next series, and then ran 60 yards for a touchdown that gave the Sooners a 7-0 lead. On the third play of the next series, Moore took a handoff around the right side and juked a defender downfield on his way to a 72-yard touchdown and a 140 lead. Kansas 7 II 21-3 Oklabesna 14 3-17 OUa J. Moore 60 run (Alexander kick) Okla J. Moore 72 run (Alexander kick) Kan Friday 1 pass from Williams (McCord kick) Kan A. Smith 6 pass from Williams (McCord kick) Kan FG McCord 26 Okla FG Alexander 24 Kan Moore4pass from Williams (McCord kick) Kan Brew 25 interception return (McCord kick) Kan Levine 4 run (McCord kick) A-74,639 Kan Okla First downs 21 11 Rushes-yards 56-223 34-248 Passing yards 155 89 Return yards 92 30 Passes 18-27-2 5-20-2 Punts 5-42 7-45 Fumbles-lost 0-0 2-1 Penalties-yards 5-62 9-87 Time of Possession 39:58 20:02 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Kansas, Levine 22-101, Henley 24-93, Simmons 1-45, Williams 9-(minus 16). Oklahoma, J. Moore 18-219, Allen 6-12, Rose 12, E. Moore 6-7, McGee 1 -(minus 2). PASSING Kansas, Williams 18-26-2-155, Henley 0-1-0-0. Oklahoma, E. Moore 4-18-2-94, McGee l-2-0-(minus 5). RECEIVING Kansas, Henley 4-28, Byrd4-22, Friday 3-16, Smith 2-54, Moore 2-16, Levine 2- 9, Galbreath 1-10. Oklahoma, S. Alexander 3-60, J.Moore 2-29. Colorado zipped 66 yards in seven plays for the go-ahead touchdown. John Hessler, looking frustrated in the two quartets that Colorado faced a stiff wind, completed passes of 25 yards to Rae Carruth and 23 yards to Matt Lepsis with the wind, putting the ball on the Iowa State 1. Henry went in for a touchdown on the next play, giving Colorado a 33-28 lead with 11:10 left. Colorado 7 20 0 2350 IowaSL 7 3 12 (28 ISU Davis I run (Kohl kick) CU TToutman 2 run (Voskeritchian kick) ISU-FGKohl21 CU Henry 14 run (Voskeritchian kick) CU Henry 2 run (Voskeritchian kick) CU Leomiti 75 fumble return (kick failed) ISU Safety, punt blocked out of end zone ISU-FGKohl47 ISU Davis 27 run (Kohl kick) ISU Davis 45 run (pass failed) CU Henry 1 (pass failed) CU Russell 30 interception return (Trout-man run) CUFG Voskeritchian 27 CU Barnes 8 run (pass failed) A 34,669 CU ISU First downs 23 22 Rushes-yards 49-326 47-196 Passing yards 173 161 Return yards 146 24 Passes 11-23-2 17-36-1 Punts 4-19 7-48 Fumbles-lost 1-1 4-3 Penalties-yards 9-97 2-10 Time of Possession 29:40 30:20 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING CU, Henry 18-111, Barnes 8-100, Troutman 1840, Hessler 4-38, Kidd 1-(minus 3). ISU, Davis 33-203, Doxzon 6-13, Bandhauer 8-(minus 20). PASSING CU Hessler 11-23-2 173. ISU, Bandhauer 13-28-1 130, Doxzon 40 31. RECEIVING CU, Lepsis 447, Carruth 3-75, Anderson 2-38, Savoy 2-13. ISU Horacek 6-34, Williams 5-65, Radke 2-26, DiBiase 2-13, Guggenheim 1-23, Davis 1-0. OSU, 30-26 top his previous career high bf 158 yards against Kansas State last year. He scored on runs of 13 and 1 yards. David Thompson, the started, added 82 yards on 20 carries as the Cowboys overcame thr6e turnovers that produced 17 of Missouri's points. OklahomaSt. 7 10 6 7-30 Missouri' 3 7 10 6-56 M FG Norris 20 OK Richardson 13 run (Vaughn kick) OK Thompson 4 run (Vaughn kick) OK-FG Vaughn 32 MF Jones 9 pass from Corso (Knickman kick) M-FG Knickman 21 M West 17 run (Knickman kick) " OK Richardson 1 run (kick blocked) , OK Mayes 1 pass from Jones (Vaughn kijk) M Williams 1 run (pass failed) . A-38,111 . OK Jlo First downs 18 JM Rushes-yards 50-254 48-247 Passing 91 113 Return Yards 92 J31 Comp-Att-lnt 10-17-1 12-27-0 Punts 3-48 6J4 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 6-0 Penalties-Yards 4-31 33S Time of Possession 2918 30j42 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Oklahoma State, A. Richardson 17-171, Thompson 2042, Jones W-7, Johnson 2-2, Strickland 1 (-8). Missouri, Jones 11-61, Olivo 22-79, West 5-37, Blackwell 6-9, Williams 3-16, Corso 1-5 PASSING-Oklahoma State, Jones 7-lsM-73, Strickland 3-7-0-18. Missouri, Corso 9-lM-87, Jones 3-8-0-26 RECEIVING-Oklahoma State, Mays 530, A. Richardson 2-4, Love 1-13, T. Richardson 1-o, Luck 1-6. Missouri, Young 4-52, Brooks 36, 01ivo3-21, Jones 1-9, Stueve 1-5.

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