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Sunday, October 2, 1994 WYOMING FOOTBALL Casper Star-Tribune D5 NEBRASKA 42, WYOMING 32 l H U S L K E m6 W B 3 g. RUSHWGHrVyoming: Christopherson 12-0, T. Hendricks 4-34, Dombek 3-7, Justin 2-9. Nebraska: Phillips 27-168, Berringer 12-74, Schlesinger 3-3. "Wuhammad 1-3, Makovicka 4-19, Childs 3-9, Benning &46. MSSm-Wyoming: Dombek 17-35-264 (2 TD. 3 INT), Gustin 8-11-80 (1 TD, mM INT). Nebraska: Berringer 15-22-131 (OTD, 1INT). mm BFCEMNtX Wunmind- LI fPeace 2-15, Kuhn 1-6, Christopherson 2-14. Nebraska: Gillman 4-48, . Muhammad 4-30, Phillips 3-22, Johnson 2-14, Holbein 1-11, Baul 1-6. 1 L Wyoming rlebFB8ka Rushing (cantesyards) Passing (comptedon&yards) 50-322 ; Wyoming C 15-131 ; Total Yardage I Nebraska looming I Nebraska 7..,,::., Returns-Yards Wyoming EZIZiSEZZI 10 I'. Nebraska Tims of Possession -Wyoming C '.Nebraska I .Wyoming C Nebraska .-.' First Downs 453 9-149 3450 24 Penalties-Yards Wyoming sr "Nebraska 941 ; FIRST QUARTER Wyomhg7, Nebraska 0 L 8:30 - (Three plays, 69 yards, 37 seconds elapsed) UW receives ball at own 31 IJollowing punt. QB Jeremy Dombek passes to WR Marcus Harris for 35 to NU 34 "and a first down. Dombek throws incomplete. False start UW moves ball back to 39. Dombek passes to Harris for 39 and a touchdown. Taylor Sorenson kick, n Wyoming H Nebraska 0 1 T 35 - (Two plays, 62 yards, :33) UW receives ball at own 38 following punt "-Dombek passes to WR Eddie Pratt for 56 to NU 6 and a first down. Dombek .passes to TE Jeremy Gilstrap for 6 and a touchdown. Sorenson kick. 5 SECOND QUARTER Wyoming 14, Nebraska 7 !tU 5:25 - (Four plays, 34 yards, 1:27) NU receives ball at UW 34 following interception. UW 12 men on the field penalty advances ball to UW 29. RB ""iawrence Phillips runs for four to UW 25. QB Brook Berringer passes to TE Mark 5ilman for 20 to UW 5 and a first down. Phillips runs for four to UW 1. Phillips , dives for one and a touchdown. Tom Sieler kick. r: Wyoming 21, Nebraska 7 2:12 - (Two plays, 11 yards, 1:05) UW receives oan at inu n ronowing i. interception. NU pass interference penalty advances ball to NU 2 for a first down. NU offside penalty advances ball to NU 1 for a first down. RB Terry Hendricks runs for no gain. Hendricks runs for one and a touchdown. Sorenson kick. Wyoming 21 Nebraska 14 :12 - (Eight plays, 64 yards, 1:53) NU receives ball at own 36 following kickoff. Berringer passes to Phillips for nine to NU 45. Berringer passes to WR Abdul ".Muhammad for 11 to UW 44 and a first down. Berringer passes to WR Clester '-'Johnson for six to UW 38. Berringer passes to SE Brendan Holbein for 11 to UW 27 and a first down. Berringer passes to SE Reggie Baul for six to UW 21. Berringer passes to Phillips for nine to UW 12 and a first down. Berringer passes to Muhammad for seven to UW 5. Berringer runs for five and a touchdown. Sieler kick. THIRD QUARTER Wyoming 21, Nebraska 21 a - ,r , ct ,j A.AA lull .nti.,nr. Kill t A? tV.lln...;n. 1Z.JZ3 lrUUi ploys, 9f ydiua, x.hh; riu icmivca uan ai wnn luiiuwing - interception. Phillips runs for two to NU 45. Berringer runs for 25 to UW 30 and a first down. Phillips runs for six to UW 24. Berringer runs for 24 and a touchdown. Sieler kick. Nebraska 28, Wyoming 21 - 11:36 - (One play, 40 yards, :09) NU receives ball at UW 40 following ! Interception. Phillips runs for 40 and a touchdown. Sieler kick. Nebraska 35, Wyoming 21 8:11 - (Nine plays, 43 yards, 2:56) NU receives ball at UW 43 following punt .FB Cory Schlesinger runs for minusone to UW 44. Berringer throws incomplete, f Phillips runs for 12 to UW 32 and first down. Berringer throws incomplete. 1 ' Berringer passes to Johnson for eight to UW 24. Berringer runs for two to UW 22 and a first down. Phillips runs for four to UW 18. Phillips runs for eight to UW 10 ' and a first down. Berringer runs for 10 and a touchdown. Sieler kick. Nebraska 35, Wyoming 24 :31 - (Seven plays, 52 yards, 2:57) UW receives ball at own 24 following punt Dombek passes to Harris for 17 to UW 41 and a first down. Dombek passes to TE Greg Kuhn for six to UW 47. Dombek passes to Pratt for 10 to NU 43 and a first down. NU facemask on the play advances ball to NU 28 for another first down. Dombek passes to Pratt for four to NU 24. Dombek passes to Pratt for one to NU 23 Dombek throws incomplete. Sorenson kicks 40 field goal. FOURTH QUARTER Nebraska 35, Wyoming 32 9:09 - (Nine plays, 86 yards, 4:15) UW receives ball at own 14 following punt Christopherson runs for two to UW 16. Dombek throws incomplete, suffers head injury on the play, and is replaced by John Gustin. NU offside penalty advances ball to UW 21. Gustin runs for three to UW 24 and a first down. Gustin runs for six to UW 30. Gustin passes to WR Richard Peace for six to UW 36 and a first down. i Gustin throws incomplete. Gustin passes to Harris for 23 to NU 41 and a first , down. UW false start moves ball back to NU 46. Gustin passes to Pratt for 18 to NU 28 and a first down. Gustin passes to Christopherson for 10 to NU 18 and a ' first down. Gustin passes to Harris for 13 to NU 5 and a first down. j. Christopherson runs for three to NU 2. Gustin throws incomplete. Gustin passes ,''to Gilstrap for two and a touchdown. Gustin passes to Gilstrap for 2-point conversion. Nebraska 42, Wyoming 32 ' 5:28 - (One play, eight yards, :04) NU receives ball at UW 8 following fumbled punt return. Phillips runs for eight and a touchdown. Sieler kick. J Wyoming senior fullback Ryan Christopherson is on pace to become the 'school's single season and career rushing leader. Gerald Abraham (1984-87) holds both records. Here are "Ryno's" season and career statistics to date, as compared to Abraham's (Abraham set the single-season mark in 1987). SEASON Chrtetopherson Abraham Christopherson Abraham rzmn 1,305 , Career 2,276 POKES: Dombek forced to leave after hard hit by Nebraska's Troy Dumas Continued from Dl Wyoming coach Joe Tiller said. "The turnovers really hurt us. "We matched them on the turnovers in the first half. When we turned it over, they scored, and when they turned it over, we scored. "In the second half, we weren't able to match them on the turnovers." Redshirt freshman quarterback Jeremy Dombek accomplished what the UW coaches wanted him to in his first start for the Cowboys: Move the offense. But despite completing 17 of 35 passes for 264 yards and two touchdowns, Dombek allowed three interceptions that turned into 21 Nebraska points. He was forced to leave the game with 13:17 remaining after sustaining a minor head injury on a sack by NU strongside linebacker Troy Dumas, who graduated from Cheyenne East High School. The force of Dumas' hit bent Dombek's facemask upward. "I don't remember the hit," said Dombek, who is expected to return against Northeast Louisiana. "But I got to see it on the replay. They said I was out cold." Senior John Gustin, who started the first four games, replaced Dombek. Earlier, Dombek's second interception allowed Nebraska to GULLBERG Continued from Dl won or tied the game in those final few minutes, we'll never know. But we do know that this "moral victory" brought a struggling football team closer together. Amazingly, this is a positive group of young men just one week after falling to 1-1 in the Western Athletic Conference because of an embarrassing 41-7 loss at Utah. "1 firmly believed we could play with these guys," Holanda said. "The key to the game was how many turnovers could our 'In the second half, we weren't able to match them on the turnovers.' JOE TILLER, WYOMING HEAD COACH tie the score 21-all at 12:05 in the third quarter and avoid falling behind by two touchdowns. UW had taken the second-half kickoff and marched to the Corn-huskers' 38 prior to the interception. NU took the lead for good following another pickoff on UW's ensuing series. Cornerback Barron Miles stole Dombek's pass and returned it to the Cowboys' 40-yard-line. Phillips broke loose for a 40-yard touchdown run on the Corn-huskers' next play. UW's offense then went three-and-out, allowing NU to build a 35-21 cushion with a nine-play, 43-yard drive capped by Berringer's 10-yard scoring run at 8:11 in the third. Berringer finished with 74 yards on 12 carries and three rushing touchdowns. He completed 15 of 22 passes for 131 yards. Phillips, the nation's third-leading rusher entering Satur- defense force so we could give our offense the ball. "We have a young offense, so we know they're going to give up turnovers. We just have to create more. "Jeremy showed he could play today. He stepped up and threw the ball and took some hits. He's not a freshman anymore." And the Pokes aren't as bad as a 2-3 record sounds. They have the confidence, grit, guts, determination, talent and heart it takes to win a WAC title. But, about those turnovers ... GRAND OPENING j Open everyday except Monday for all your fly fishing needs .( jl PLATTE RIVER FLY SHOP just west of Casper on Huy. 220, in the Red School House Come to our party October 8ih for door f,iTr4 Come to our party October 8th for c pjjzes, Little Caesar's Pizza &f Coke 237-5997 7400 Alcova Highway 220 Mills Smoke Shop 3601 W. 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The directors receive no compensation other than reimbursement for actual expenses. The association finds It disturbing that a member of the legislature seeking re-election would make such uninformed and unsubstantiated remarks. It was evident to the directors of the Wyoming Sportsman's Association that the remarks were an intentional act to discredit this association to it's members, prospective members, and public at large. The comments were meant to intimidate the directors and detract from the discussion being held to obtain access to a large block of public lands. The access being blocked by Mr. Schiffer and associates for a portion of the antelope season and all of deer season unless a SI 25 access fee is paid. The Wyoming Sportsman's Association is a non-profit mutual benefit corporation, incorporated for the mutual benefit of hunters, fishermen, and outdoor recreationists on a statewide basis. If you have any questions about the status of the Wyoming Sportsman's Association feel free to call our office at 234-21 14 or the Secretary of State office in Cheyenne. Paid for by The Wyoming Sportsman's Association day, carried 27 times for 168 yards and three touchdowns. He has amassed 100 yards in all five games this season and now has 785 total rushing yards. While UW's passing attack flourished for the first time this season, Cowboys fullback Kyan Christopherson struggled for the first time. "Ryno," the nation's fifth-leading rusher at 152 yards per game, was held to zero yardage on 12 attempts Saturday. But Tiller didn't seem too concerned. "We ran just enough to make them think we might run it," Tiller said. "We felt like we had toHun the ball a little bit to set up the play-action pass." After falling two touchdowns behind, the resilient Pokes rallied and cut the deficit to 35-24 on Taylor Sorenson's 40-yard field goal with 31 seconds left in the third. UW's defense was equally responsive and forced NU to punt from its own 42 with 14:01 left in the game. The Pokes took over from their own 14 and closed the gap to 35-32, but with Gustin at the helm. Dombek left the game on the second play of that series following the hit by Dumas. Gustin threw incomplete on his first attempt, but scrambled for three yards and a first down on his second play of the guml After that, UW's offense clicked. Gustin was six of nine on tin-drive, culminating with a two,, yard scoring pass to tight eiiil, Jeremy Gilstrap with 9:(W to ! played. ' Gustin and Gilstrap hooked up again on the 2-point conversion, and it was a three-point ballgiimi;.. The Cornhuskers drove from their own 20 to their 48 befon'v being forced to punt at the 5;4J. mark. It was then when Jackson funr bled the ball away at the I W H." "I thought the 80-yard driv drive with our number two iiiaj,-! terback in the game was reallyji, lift for our football team," Tillw said. 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