The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on October 2, 1977 · 72
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 72

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2 October 2. 1977 Section D THE SUNDAY OKLAHOMA?1 2 Uctober i. IW aociion u uu Wichita State Decks Tulsa, 38-26 . a,., .,r (mm nrnnnd richt end lor run around left e TULSA CAP) Jim ndrus' sharp passing md Mickey Collins u s h I n g led Wichita State to a 3S-26 win iver Tulsa Saturday in i Missouri Valley Con-erence game. A "0-yard looping iass from Andrus to tck Hoover and Col-ins" ?0-vard run were tops in a game that became ragged with errors in the linal quarter. Tulsa made a comeback in the second half with quarterback Bill Blankenship taking to the air. But it was too late to overcome the Shockers' lead, which had reached 24-0. Wichita's first score followed a fumble recovery by Ted Vincent on the Tulsa 40. After running got little ground, Kent Van Vlect kicked a 41-yard Hold goal. The Shockers covered 59 vards next with Game in Figures Wichita it. Tul 41.311 BuUws-varM Payton Bailey going 19 yards to the left to score. Tommy Kettler recovered a Tulsa fumble on the Tulsa 22 on the next series and the Shockers scored on a three-yard pass from Andrus to Bryan Banning. Tulsa's Don Hicks, a freshman fullback, dashed 60 yards off left for the Hurricane's first score. R i c k e y Watts dived over from a yard out to give Tulsa Its secon'd touchdown. ' Mike Green, a sophomore tailback, rolled In eight yards to score for Wichita State following a Tulsa fumble of a Blankenship dashed Ita around right end for the next Tulsa touchdown. Minutes later, Keith Tillman intercepted a Wichita pass at the Shockers' nine and Watts scored from one yard out. Collins, a native of Tulsa playing for Wich- made nis su-yam run around left end for Wichita's final score. slv ::;::::S 'on It?' ' wic-FO ,V.n VIKMl . yWlf Bailer If run (van vimi drui IV; lt WV file-Hoover 3. a: fas.' reffiWiw WTul-BUneihlo 1 run IKItX ,aralwll run (Cox kick! 70 nasi Irom An Indiana Falls To Huskers LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Tom Sorley tossed a ourth-quaricr touch-iown pass and ran for mother, his second of the day, while I.M. Hipp set a school rush- Gomtt in Figures ndlana WtWMW ,0 Flrjl Doni . Jix RguwvYarda S3-3SO .13-1 PuntV Penaltlei-Yart: Kansas Slate I Loses by 3 MANHATTAN. Kan. (AP) Bruce Threadgill's 25-y a r d touchdown pass to Dennis Johnson with 1:16 remaining In the frantic fourth quarter rallied ISth ranked Mississippi State to a 21-21 victory Saturday over an underdog Kansas State fara that never quit trying-Kansas State, which had broken n 12-game losing streak last week, had soared 79 yards, highlighted by Dan Mannucci's 51-yard op-Game in Figures un t. Kernel r. " Pint Oowni W PAMlna Yardi 33 35 3 Return Varai tlon pass and Tony Brown's 20-yard touchdown run. to grab a 21-Cy lead moments earlier. Brown's touchdown wiped out a brief lead the Bulldogs had re-' gained with the help of n. poor klckoff and Dave Marler's 2S-yard Held goal. The exciting final period began with Kansas State engaged In a 20-play, 91 yard touchdown drive that Included a fake field goal and three penalties. Mississippi State intercepted Henrlkson's first pass In the opening quarter and converted it into a ll-yard Marler field goal. iir'i.'n,r(Thomp..n k'"i--Co!!lr.I 1 run (v. arte r k'ftt.FfuA"f.'rr15rUn (Tmwn klMl O. Jonnion :j oal (rom Th'earMHl (Vltrano run) RUSHItlO 't- . S' J.?hl,,?.'' 11M. Doit 3-. Kanvu .. f. Grain Duncan IWt. Dron '"PAJSINO-Mlll. SI.. Twi.aoMI t-W-fl. ' vr05 Knm St Hen-r'p'IccivlNG VIM. SI.. Ctiarmen Green MI0. tltf'3-Sj Ing record as 11th ranked Nebraska beat stubborn Indiana 31-13 Saturday. The Sorley to Tim Smith tally came 10 plays after the Corn-huskers took possession on the Indiana 38 when the Hoosiers failed to convert a fourth-and-one situation. Hipp picked up a sohnol-rocord 254 yards. wuijiiis i.v. e by I-back Rick Berns gainst Hawaii last year. David Freud booted a 3G-yard field goal in the third quarter to bring the Hoosiers within striking distance, 17-13. But the Sorlcy-Smith score, along with Sor-ley's five-yard tally with 5S" seconds left in the game, iced the win. Indiana marched SO yards to take a 7-0 load on quarterback Scott Anion's one-yard plunce after taking the opening kickoff. Arnett was nailed for a safety after a Husker jiunt put IU on its three. Quarterback Randy Garcia hit tight end Ken Spaeth with a two-yard scoring pass lhat gave Nebraska the lead for good with 2:2S loll in the first quarter. Jim Pillcn recovered an Indiana fumble on the Iloosier 20 in thn second stanza and Sorley scored from the one seconds later. Freud's 20-yard field goal pulled 1U within a TD, 17-10, at the half, manna ,J?J,2rl) Hrhraika . 10 7 0 1 31 tSa-ornett 1 run (Freud VlcH Her Salary. Arnttl tackled In '"VtScaelr, 3 Pl Horn Card! "rSniSrlw 5 run (Todd McM tnd G Fraud 33 tV$X run (Todd kick) A-7d.0 College Football rr.o 17 13 it ii .FG JAcllamara 72 csu O r na m run iurat i0H run IDrar.a kicbi nei 13 run (kick 1 run (Draka kick) Bell U oan from 3 run' (Malla Hckl b Buffs Crush Army, 31-0 U-131 ft Sooner qrb-feThom LoH Sond. fuUba'clc Kenny King up th. middle during iW guarlor action. Cols. SI.' "Ib-oa. U-FO esu-L. A-H.atl Vlllanovi kick) 7 o 7 a :I I u run lUMvl ?U-Rnli run (Ubatil vrtM Rcranii 4 run (Llbaiil k'vl-Cr0 II run (Koenld Mil Ty.-Rantr 3 run (Llba.ll Harvard, .. '"'fcsll Brp.n i flosnlck kick) Ralpn (Andrewlavapa klckl Col PO Andrewlavaae 50 col fo AnnreiavaBc Col-Ralph S run (Healv run Coi camiof it s Rlon (AndrewlAvaa CojOelman paii Irom Raloh Harurrv0! Mia fforn Suck. "Ifk o. irom duck. tp Mabtfv paw tram Ruck Pitt Posts 45-7 Rout NEWTON, Mass. (AP) Freshman quarterback Rick Tro-cano scored two touchdowns and passed for another and the University of Pittsburgh Game in Figures & e.,rv,n, ,,0 Return Yardt jiO punlj , fi 5.1 Pumbin-Loti y 17-107 penaltll-Y'd defense picked off six passes as the No. 16-ranked Panthers crushed Boston College 45-7 Saturday at Alumni Stadium. Trocano, subbing for quarterback Matt Cav-nnaugh who was injured in the Panthers' first-game loss to Notro Dame, scored on runs of three and 21 yards and passed 13 yards for n. touchdown to split end Gordon Jones as Pittsburgh stymied the Boston College offense, which had scored 4D points in beating Army a week ago. Plltsburfh .'I 'J SJ '5 notion dolleoa .,-;, pin Trocano 3 run (Shubtrt lp(ltWalkar 1 run (ShuMrl ''piit-jonti 13 pa" (rem Trocano IShuixrl kick) . .. BC-hrYAln 13 pan (rom Imllh 'faiSi' 71 run JSwbar. ''pilt Jrwi H Pill (rom Oelaner" Wf'JSV.Ih M ounl r..urn (Shuberl kick) Interception Lifts Auburn Green S-110, IHP . Red Raiders Rally -. -niii.. 'PittlM nnrl rrnlnfl AUBURN, Ala. (AP) Auburn's flashy linebacker Freddie Smith Intercepted a pass and ran it hack 45 yards for a touchdown Saturday as the Tigers beat Mississippi 21-15, in a regionally televised Southeastern Conference game. Quarterback John Crane broke through for seven yards and a touchdown earlier in the game and passed nine yards for another. But Jt was Smith, a Sophomore from Athens, Ala., who put Auburn ahead by a more comfortable margin with a spectacular sprint down the sideline in the final quarter when the Tigers had only a 14-12 lead. Ole Miss fought back and closed the gap With Hoppy Langlcy's 29-yard Held goal and threatened again with a fumble recovery, but the Auburn defense held. Smith, 5-11 and 210 pounds was already a campus hero because of his outstanding defensive play throughout his brief career. In the season's opener against Arizona, which Auburn won - 21-10, the hard-hitting linebacker made 14 unassisted tackles and sacked the quarterback twice and blocked a punt which led to one of Auburn's touchdowns. And as a freshman last year, he won national honors as Associated Press' lineman of the week after making 17 unassisted tack- les against Baylor In' his first varsity game. Proud Birdie 1st In Marlboro Cup NEW YORK (AP) Longshot Proud Birdie took the lead turning foT home and ouldueled Private Thoughts through the stretch Sat-u r d a y to win tha 5279,600 Marlboro Cup at Belmont Park. The victory was only the second in 13 starts the year for the 4-ycar-old colt owned by Marablue Farm and ridden by Jacinto Vas-qucz. Both wins have been in stakes. North Texas Wins Again RICHMOND, Va. (AP) North Texas, shrugging off an early case of the blahs, revved up its offense in a 31-point third period Saturday and demolished Richmond 47-14 for its fourth victory in five starts. Running back Mike Jones, who went into the game as one of the n a t i o n 's top scorers Gamo in Figures N. Texai , Richmond IS PI"! Downs , ,0 44-16? Ruihei-Ynrdt -l37 136, rmlntYard 5f if Return Yrd 10-w 0 rum 7-301 j.j numbltk-Uit ,4-1 ;.n Pcnall!el-Yrd 15-17 with 3S points, scored three touchdowns and kicker Isecd Khoury booted a mammoth 62-yard field goal to hand Richmond its third setback in four games. North Texaa 3 13 31 -47 Richmond ...7 7 0 91 or AJ kjck01 , ru ,Adlm, WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) Howard Bal-laga galloped for touchdowns of 10 and 59 yards and Mark Hayncs scampered 97 with an interception, leading seventh-ranked Colorado to a 31-0 college football victory over eVrmy Saturday. Ballage, making his first start of the season after spending the first Game in Figures !?"""'" FlratDovrn. 4J-3IJ RuaheyYarfli lf PaillnYaro 1i Return Yard! iSM Pun". , 4-M 4.4 FurobTei-i.okt V, il panllla-Yird M three games as Colorado's second-string wingback, carried 15 times for 128 yards and caught two passes for 24 more. - The Buffs boosted their record to 4-0 for the first time since 1971, the year they finished third in the.na-tlon. College Football prlncelon n 0 DH-10 B piL,om'3'7un'(Howa kick) BRO F Chepa 43 BRC Whipple I run (Chepa kick) Cl.mn.., V Vlrjlnia Teen ......... " ',S -r,?, CleSPweldlnslrl pan Irom FS.r!fflll run (VITI (Arlrl kick) ClarrJ FC- Arlrl 34 VPI coies i run iw do's defense bent but Meanwhile, Colorado's defense bent but never broke, withstanding' a 160-yard passing attack by Lcamon Hall while sacking the Army quarterback six times and Intercepting lour passes. The Buffs took a 3-0 lead on a 25-yard field goal by Pete Dadiotis with four minutes gone in the game. Thoy broke it open after a slanting rain began to fall in the second period, driving most of the Michie Stadium crowd of 34,548 to cover by the fourth quarter. Colorado, a three-touchdown favorite over 2-2 Army, led by only 10-0 at the half fo-lowing Ballage' s 10-yard scoring run at 4:01 of the second period. "M'" v. "..U'ofc'o C0c5iS.?'.Wrun (DMMI. klCoi-BIU run (D.ilolli k'co!-Hyn 11 oau Interception 'WWlm..lrn (D.Oio.l. 04,i lOWd June Struggles By Dayton AMES, Iowa (AP)'-Tailback Dexter Greet stayed in contention lo national scoring honon with a third-quarto touchdown that gav Iowa State a 17-13 vie tory over upset-mindec Davton Saturday. ISU kicker Scott Coll man opened the scoring with a 39-yard field goal late in the opening peri-Game in Figures ) Return Yarda od. The Cyclones scored both their touchdowns within 4U minutes shortly after half-time when sophomore quarterback T e r r j! Rubley hit Cal CumV mlnns on an 18-yard screen pass and Green dove one yard for his. seventh touchdown of the season. Dayton, 3-2, had taken the lead in the second quarter following an interception when quarterback B.X Dail-cy engineered an clght-play drive capped by his one-yard sneak for the touchdown. Dalley finished with 1S2 yards passing and broke his school record ,' by completing nine; straight. ffif ::-:r::3Vfc ItrfrTrS.reck.r kick,! 'tsiSfj n' m.hlm.n kick),, b ilrecker 37 FG iSifToW? SSSR VM. .)9. Green 3-?e. 0 J 0 lo- "... -ooo oo wvu Rneir a run (r.'.cKemle UWVU-t0 McKenrla JS YOUR $15980 CHOICE Imrnetiio" dtlivery on molt modetl j ' ' ' AUOKFUlir . I tumtrtu min f CLARK tf) 4 (or txftn cninins " LEATHER SUEDE FURS srtnoi yocuc mua UJJ simw mmaam V5.-?I3 -Cordon IJ run (run failed) r Mike. Jonea 5 nasi (rom K. Waininaran innourv mc-NTZftaK!lo"It b oa (rom K. 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