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November 23, 1980 Section C THE SUNDAY OKLAHOMAN cState pan from Cameron 34 Adama State 18 Adams Statt 0 0 10 (-U Camaren IS 10 4, 3-34 CAM Rock. 4 run (Schornlck ..CAMrrRock 33 run (Brown 80 oass Irom Rock(Sthornlck kick) ', CAM FG Schornick 52 ASU Soears 49 pan Irom McGinn. (Paulson kick) ASU Armiio failed) '; Game in Figures KU-Caoers 2 Smim (kick failed) A-M.3S6 Game In Figures Kansas Missouri 5i ,n 25 41-108 Rushing vardagc 57-245 18 Passing varoaoe 206 5-14 Passes completed 16-21 ' Inlerceotions by o 9-45 Punli. average 4-40 2-1 Fumbles lost 4-1 4-39 Yards penalised 9-51 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-KU. Kemp 11-60, Bell 8-25. MU. Wilder 20-76. Mover 6-69, Hill 14-50. PASSING-KU. Scurer 3-14-1-9, Smith 2-2-0-9. MU, Bradley 16-71-0-206. RECEIVING KU, Capers 2-9. MU, Fellows 4-73, Gibler 2-42, Football Summaries East Big Eight Cotwado- 0 7 0 7-14 Kansas St. 7 0 7 3-17 KSU L. Brown 1 run (Jackson kick) CU-Wilell 3 oass Irom Kino- CuVBeebe Kingdom (Field KSU-RG 17 Jackson A 17,510 Game in Figures Colorado Kansas St. 15 . . First downs 19 41-158 Rushing vardagc 61-265-116, ...Passing yardage 115 7-16 Passes completed 7-15 pass (rom Yale Grieve 25 pass Irom Rogan (Jones kick) Yale Nilli 1 run (Jones kick) Game In Figures Vale Harvard 15 First downs 9 66-2)9 Rushing yardago21--IH 81 Passing vardagc 141 5-10 Passes comolclcd 14-33 0 Inierceptions by 2 7-35 Punls. average 8-31 4- 7 Fumbles losl 4-4 5- 43 Yards oenallicd 7-43 Brown 31 Columbia 13 Brown 0 17 14 0-31 -FG Bushback 37 First dowm 49-174 Rushlno yardage 52-243 180 Passing yardage 25 10-26 Passes completed 3-7 3 Inlerceotions by 0 5-78 Punls. average 5-42 5- 3 Fumbles losl 3-1 6- 50 Yards penalized 6-70 Syracuse 20 Weil Virginia 7 Syracuse O 10 7 3-20 W. Virginia 0 7 0 0-7 WVU Thomas 5 Pass Irom Luck (Sinclair kick) Svra Mandevllle 1 run (Anderson kick) Svra FG Anderson 35 Svra Moore 6 run (Anderson kick) Svra FG Anoerson 26 Game in Figures Syracuse Chad 20-12-0-168. RECEIVING Col. Ercnberg 4-29, Freeman 4-23, McChesnev 3- 23, Rooers 5-145, Rul, Black-well 3-26, McMichael 1-26. Odell 4- 90, Ray 3-31. South 14-27 W.Viroinia 18 dage 42-159 163 13-31 0 7 0 Bro Curlin 6 run (Brooks ICabrera Bro FG Brooks 31 Bro Campbell 6-67 . Yards penalized 6-76 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHINGr-Colo.. Olander 19-113. Beebe 5-25. KSU, L. Brown 36-148; Black 1-45. PASSING Colo.. . Kingdom 7-16-2-116. KSU. Dlckcv 7-15-1- 57,. l. Brown 2-25. Kansas Missouri- MU Mever 9 run (Verrilli 0 0 0 66 Wilder "I run (Gibler oass Irom Bradley). MU Wilocr 3 oass Irom Bradley .(Verrilli kick MU FG 20 Verrilli Bro Lanoers 2 run (BrooKS kick) Game in Figures Brown Columbia 23 First oowns 12 54-188 Rushing yardage 27-42 201 Passing yardage 166 14-77 Passes comoleled 20-35 1 Inlerceotions by 0 J-32 Punls. average 9-31 5- 5 Fumbles losl 4-2 6- 60 Yards penalised 8-87 Villanova 23 Temple 7 Temple 0 0 0 7-7 Villanova 17 3 0 3-23 Vil FG Bushoack 46 Vil Svdnor fumble recovery 'it FG Bushback 34 55 Passing yardaoe 5-9 Passes comoleled 1 interceptions by 2 7-40 Punls. average 6-38 3- 3 Fumbles losl 1-0 4- 39 Yards oenalized 5-62 Rutgers 35 Colgate 13 Colgate 0 7. 0 6 -13 Rutgers 3 01 14-35 Rul Odell fumble recovery In Rul- failed) Col Ercnberg ,8 , oass from Sthucws (Byrne kick) Rul-Odell 60 pass from McMichael (Blackwell oass from failed) Rul Cherry 6' inlerceolion return (Falcinelli kick) A 15.400 Game in Figures Colgate Rutgers 18 First downs 22 37-136 Rushlno" yardage 54-182 230 Passing vardagc 194 17-36 Passes comoleled 13-21 5 Inlerceotions by 0 Punts, average .6-34 Clemson South Carolina S. Carolina 3 0 3 Clemson 3 3 7 Clem FG Arlri 41 SC FG Leopard 39 Clem FG Arirl 47 SC FG Leopard 29 Clom Jordan I run (Arirl kick) Clern Underwood 37 oass inlerceolion (Arirl kick) Clem McCall 15 run (Ariri kick) Game in Figures S Carolina Harvard 2) First downs 14 49-221 Rushing yardage 43-149 142 Passing yardage 152 12-23 Passes comoleled 10-19 3 Inlerceotions by 1 5- 37 Punls, average 6-34 6- 1 Fumbles lost 2-1 4-25 Yards penalitcd 5-63 Tennessee 45 Kentucky 14 . Kentucky - 7 7 0 0 -14 Tennessee 7 14 10 14-45 Tenn Gaull 92 klckoll rclurn (Duncan kick) Kv McCrimmon I run (Griggs kick) Tcnn Phillips 1 run (Duncan kick) Kv Henry 18 run (Griggs Tenn FG Duncan 37 Tenn Morris 4 run (Duncan kick) Tcnn Gaull 48 oass Irom Olszewski (Duncan kick) Game in Figures Kentucky Tennessee 9 First downs 31 22-79 Rusnfoo yardaoe 75-330 Passing yardage 12-IB A-62.520 , Game in Figures Miss. St. Mississippi 20 Firs) downs 19 S5-322 Rushing yardage 44-139 151 Passing yardaoe 165 8-14 Passes comoleled 16-33 1 Inlerceotions by 4 5-36 Punls. average 5-42 wards, 13-18. Ohio St., Spencer, from J'j'Si Murray, 14-38, Schllchler passing Michigan, Wangler 11-M-24W0, Woolfolk 0-1-1-0. Ohio SI., Schlichler 8-26-1-130. RECEIVING Michigan, Carter 4-47, Dunawav 2-26, Woolfold 2-9. Ohio .SI.,. Williams 4-50, Murray 2-46, Donley 2-34. . Purdue 24 Indiana. 23 3 7 0 13-23 3-2 Fumbles losl 7- 81 Yards pcnaliied 2-35 Memphis State 6 Wichita State 0 Wichita St. 0 0 0 0-0 Memphis St. 0 3 3 0-6 Mem FG Bennett 25 Mem FG Bennett 27 A-7,500 Game in Figures Wichita St. Memphis St. 13 First downs 14 46-95 Rushing vardagc 55-141 79 Passing yardage 41 8- 17 Passes completed 4-14 3 interceptions by 6-37 Punls. average 5-3 Fumbles lost 4-50 Yards penalised 0 3 7-39 Passes comoleled 7-46 4-4? Fumbles lost Yards penalised INDIVIDUAL leader; RUSHING Col. Erenoero 5 5-45 Tern Myers 2 PASSING Col. Rosenleld II- ri-i, acnucnts 75-17-4-102 Rut. Blackwell 1-1-0-26. McMi- Sooners Continue x Over Huskers 9-37. Tennessee. Berry 24-125, Morris 11-46. PASSING-Kcntuckv. McCrimmon 6-22-1-98. Tennessee. Alatorre 11-170-119. RECEIVING Kentucky. Camobell 5-91. Tennessee, Gaull 4-76. Miller 4-45. North Carolina - 44 Duke 21 Duke 0 7 14 0 -21 N.Carolina 16 7 7 14-44 NC Lawrence 56 run (Hayes -FG Miller 42 -FG Miller 29 NTS Carter 1 run (Jones MIA FG Miller 42 A 20.293 Game in Figures Passes completed 14-27 Interceptions by 1 Punls. average 4-37 ' Fumbles losl 1-1 PASSING N Tex SI. Slcvon- son 0-5-0-0. Carter 9-16-76-0. Miami. Kelly 12-20-182-1. Ro-drigue 1-3-6-1. RECEIVING N Ten SI. Lundy kick) NC Bryan! NC salelv - From Page 3C into a 14-0 advantage with 1:47 to play in the half. OlTelected to take ihe wind in the thifd quarter and squandered the entire opportunity, failing to pick up a -'first down and twice providing Nebraska scoring opportunities with' turnovers. j Nebraska? 'punter Scott Gemar j dropped a snapitwo miriutes into the second " half and was pressured by jSherdeill Breathe'tt. into a kick of minus-five yards: But Rhymes fumbled on a. third-down carry to the Ntf 13and Toby Williams recovered. A' l'3-'yard bang by Franklin and a third-down pass interference penalty ; on . Songy helped the Huskers reach the OU 35; Facing trie wind, Nebraska gambled on a fourth-and-three play and lost. Mike Reilly and Keith; Gary stacked Redwine for a yard' loss. Watts fumbled with 27 seconds to piny" In the quarter and defensive tacu'le- Henry Waechter recovered for the Huskers at the Sooner 37. Franklin knocked off 22 yards on the first play. Three snaps later, as the final quarter began, Nebraska gambled again, trying to regain the lead in 'one swoop. But on a fourth-and-tvvo from the OU seven, nose guartT" Johnnie Lewis corked the middle and Redwine leaped into the grateful arms of linebacker Mike Coast for no gain. Yet, the Huskers hadn't been dealt the worst of their luck. Quinn drove his team 59 yards to the OU 13, completing a flea-flicker pass to Anthony Steels for 16 yards, then hitting Steels again for 14. The drive seemed unstoppable. Then it stopped. Franklin blasted inside the 10, but lost the ball. It disappeared under a pileup at the one and Songy came up with it amid a chorus of groans. The field position, however, eventually put the Huskers in the end zone. Forced to punt from the end line, Keeling managed only , a 14-yard boot. From the OU 17, Redwine whirled 10 to the seven. Franklin reached the three and a personal foul infraction on Songy put Nebraska on the one. Franklin missed but Quinn made it with a sneak off center Dave Rimington's right hip. The Huskers took a 17-14 lead with 3:16 to play. "We knew we.could pull it together one last time," Winter said. Valora admitted to some doubts. But it happened, a clutch drive took just 2:20 and put the Sooners' 8-2 season into a new perspective. "This was the biggest game of my career," Valora said. "This turned a season that wasn't supposed to be that good into an excellent season." Du Jones 4 oass Irom Bennett (McKinnev kick) Ou Jones 8 pass (rom Bennett (McKinnev kick) ne Dk'caenne" ' rU" (McKin' NC Elkins 4 run (Haves kick) NC Johnson 2 run (Haves NC Lawrence 7 run (Haves kick) Game in Figures Duke N.Carolina Firsl oowns Rushing yaroage 71-432 Passing yardage 35 Passes completed 3-8 Interceptions oy 5 Punts, average 3-40 Fumbles lost 3-3 Yards penalized )0-)0) 31. Grayson 13-29. N. Carolina. Bryant 27-199. Lawrence 22-143. PASSING Ouke. Bennett 17-38-4-136. N. Carolina, Elkins 3-8- 51. Brinkman Md Wvsocki 5 run (Castro Md Whittle 10 run (Caslro kick) Md Lewis 43 oass Irom Dewilz (Castro kick) Game in Figures Maryland Vlrgina 17 Firsl downs 6 59-220 Rushing yaroage 27-17 149 Passing yaroage 110 9-14 Passes comoleled 14-29 9-19 Mississippi Miss. St. 10 0 ( Mississippi 0 7 ( MsSi FG Moore 24 MsSI Bono 57 run (Morgan kick) Miss Hooper I run (Gatlin kick) Sooner Uniform Number 4 Keeps Haunting Huskers From Page 3C lahoma? "No," he grinned, shaking his head, damp from being tossed into the shower by his players. "Just one of "em." The Sooners, quite likely, could make a season highlight film from this game alone. The two first-half touchdowns, especially a pitch from Watts to Rhymes that set up the second, was a Houdinl-like thing of art. Watts was running up field, seemingly with daylight and suddenly he fired the football to Rhymes, who caught it in stride and ran down to the Nebraska four. Then, there were all those plays by the gritty Sooner defense, a starless, selfless group that has matured to the point of being far more than just respectable. "I'm proud to be a member of this defense," said tackle Keith Gary, who played one of his best games of the year. "They had talked about how many: yards they had made, but they hadn't played us." "We're not Kansas or Iowa State," said Johnnie Lewis. "We've had some problems at times this year," said safety Ken Sitton, playing on a bad ankle after missing practice all week. "Stanford hurt us passing. But we've improved. I think we showed that against Missouri." "We've .got great players," said Switzer. "We played great defense all afternoon. I thought we played the best in the third quarter (when the Sooner offense had the wind and couldn't make a single first down). We gave them the ball, but our defense didn't let 'em score." To complete this fiction-like finish, the Sooners have to beat O-State's Cowboys next Saturday or Nebraska still gets the trip to the Orange Bowl. It was a point that Watts, always thoughtful, was reminding his teammates ol in the locker cfiom. "It would be nice to celebrate, but we can down," he said. Yet you know he'll celebrate, at least privately. Of all the Sooners who rode that emotional roller coaster Saturday, Watts took the longest ride. His injured hand had limited him. He was a two-of-seven passer and had two fumbles, including a fatal-appearing one on the Sooners' final play of the third quarter. The Huskers got the football at the Oklahoma 36 and drove all the way to the OU seven, where they twice failed to get the first down, turning the ball over. Minutes later, the Huskers had the ball back. This time, they drove to the Oklahoma 13. From there, fullback Andra Franklin, the most sure-handed Husker back, got the ball on the simplest play, the dive into the line. Franklin was hammered as the Sooners assaulted him from all sides and the football, crazily like it had a mind of its own shot toward the Sooner goal line. Red and white shirts dove into the pile. The one on the bottom belonged to Darrell Songy, a Sooner defensive back. Jinx? "Oh, pooh," said Barry Switzer. "We Just play with good players." Who, perhaps, just play their best against Nebraska. Yet they also seem to be a team that can not lose to the Huskers. They talk about the "feeling" of being a Sooner, but it's more than that. They "feel" like Sooners when they play Texas, but they don't always play well against Texas. No. it's more than that. On a day the Oklahoma Sooners died a thousand deaths at the end. they IRed. - iV-fViu, Midwest 3-23 9 run (Haves Gravson tackled West Texas South Illinois West Texas 7 So Illinois 3 0 17 0-20 Tex Bcnnell 12 oass from Patterson (Clark kick) III FG Moila 23 Tex Collinsworlh 46 oass Irom Patterson (Clark kick) Tex FG Clark 40 Tex FG Clark 32 III Poole 3 run (Molla kick) M Johnson 9 run (Molla III FG Molla 30 Tcx-FG Clark 19 A-894 Game in Figures W. Texas s. Illinois 18 First oowns 15 41-164 Rushing vardagc 45-194 196 Passing yardage 162 16-37 Passes compleloo 12-23 3 Interceptions by 1 6- 41 Punls. average 6-35 7- 3 Fumbles losl l-l 4-20 Yards penalized 5-55 19-73-0-373. RECEIVING- 3-24. Johnson 3-9. Steohenson 2- 18. Harnagodv 1-26, Ccrso 1-10. Purdue, Young 8-148. Burrell 4-71. McCall, 3-23. Bryant 2-72. Smith, 2-9. Notre Dame 24 Air Force 10 Air Force .3 0 0 7-10 Notre Dame 0 3 14 7-24 . AF FG Pavlich 35 NO FG Oliver 31 ND Carter 2 run (Oliver kick) ND Stone 7 run (Oliver kick) . AF Stone 2 run (Oliver kick) Game in Figures Notre Dame - 4 Firsl downs " ' 23 33-60 Rushing yardage 71-310 43 Passing yardage 67 3-16 Passes completed 6-23 I Inierceptions by 0 10-33 Punls. average 8-36 7-1 Fumbles losl 2-1 2-13 Yards penalized 8-97 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING AF, Sundouist 10-41,- Hem 4-14, rouse 3-4. NO. Carter 29-181, Stone 18-71, Sweeney 7-35, Barber 3-19. Courev 1-27. PASSING AF.. Schaefer 3-15-0-43. ND. Kiel 6-20-1-67, Courey D. Smith 1-24. NO. Holonan 2-17, Hunter 1-25. Maszlak I-15, MBoughka 1,-14. Michigan State 41 13. 14 0 14-41 0 0 0-0 -0 Iowa FG Robv 39 Iowa FG Roov 48 Iowa Love Jordan 12 run (Oleiniczak kick) Iowa Olefnicza from Gales (Oleiniczak Minn Salem 1 run (Gallery 1)1 Rushing vardagc 52-242 1 Passing yardage 578 I Passes completed 5-8 Inlerceotions by 0 ) Punts, average 3-33 Southwest Iowa Chaopcllc II pass Irom 15 I 0 3 0 7 -10 Gales (Oleinit Gales (Oleiniczak A 55,123 Game in Figures Iowa . Michigan SI. 71 Firsl oowns 17 39-138 Rushing vardagc 42-26 249 Passing varoaoe -m Passes comoleled 15-37 17-32 A&M FG Hardy 71 TCU Epos 34 oass Stamp (Porter kick) A-48.637 Game in Figures Interceptions by Punls. average t-umbles losl Yards oenatiz INDIVIDUAL LEADERS TCU Texas A&M SL. Ellis 11-50. Smith PASSING Iowa. Gales 17-37-1-249. Michigan SI., Clark 12-25-1-165. Leiiler 2-9-1-13. Gaddis 1-2-0-29. RECEIVING-lowa. Chapoelle 10-148. Person 3-64. Michigan St.. Kimchik 3-38. Ellis 3-31. Michigan g Ohio State 3 3 6 0-9 Wangler (kick (ailed) Game in Figures Ohio St. First downs 31-94 Rushing vardagc 68-274 140 Passing yaroage 73 12-23 Passes completed 3-13 2 Inierceptions by 0 6-37 Punls. average 6-42 1- 0 Fumbles losl 2-1 4-40 Yards penalized 7-60 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-TCU, Morris 13- 53, Bales 8-25, Stamo 6-18. A&M, Hector 37-191, Jackson 16-57. Beat 14-18. PASSING TCU. Stamp 12-73- 2- 140. A&M. Beal 3-13-0-73. Kei-fciviNo ilu, Stewart 2-33. A&M, Jackson 3-40. Eo 7-52. Whi Baylor Texas Bay Gentr kick) -21. 0 7 0 9-14 64 run (Bledsoe 11-23 Passing yardage Passes completed i interceptions by 4-40 Punls, average 0-0 Fumbles lost 4-31 Yards penalized INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Michigan, Wool' folk. 31-141. Ricks, 14-49, Ed 2-31 IiIMhMI!,1!. mm IS I txxkknt smal un ml Usui tuklt wr w a,tu, cfMxcf. Sctirtcii cart that aft ftnh off UK boards. Of ont (Hal's been hi (be making fot rattj. tht 1981 Voho OL VOLVO A car you can believe in. YOURS AT TODAY'S PRICES. IT'S WORTH A Erotu.ll 1 C LONG HARD LOOK. nIWll O 2815 N. MAY AVE. 946-2645 Bay Gentry 16 run (Bledsoe kick) Bay Salelv. Goodson stepped oul ol end zone Game In Figures uavror K. Williams 1-17, DiLulo 4-17. UCLA, McNeil 24-111, Penaran-da 8-46, Bruno 3-7, Nelson 1-1. PASSING USC, Tinslev 15-27-1-146. UCLA. Ramsey 0-3-1-0, Schroeder 9-11-1-165. RECEIVING USC, Simmons 3-29. McNeil 2-74, Branl 2-40. Townsell 2-22. Arizona 24 Oregon State 7 Arizona 7 7 0 10-24 Oregon Sf. ,000-7 UA- 103 0 Interceptions by 10-34 Punts, average Pur McCall 1 run (Anderson 7 J4 5-54 Yards penalized 3-25 34, Walker 17-40. Baylor, Gentry 72-130, Abercrombfc 30-109. PASSING-Texas. Little- 4-12-2-7. Mclvor 6-9-2-96. Baylor. Jcllcrv 4-13-0-70, Mangrum 0-1- Ind Johnson 1 kick) Pur McCall 4 run (Anderson kick) Ind Corso 10 pass Irom Clifford (pass failed) Game in Figures Indiana Purdue 19 First downs 22 56-279 Rushing yardage 39-148 77 Passing yardage 323 11- 17 Passes completed 19-23 . 0 Inierceptions Oy 0 3-38 Punls. average 0-0 0-0 Fumbles lost 4-2 5-51 Yards penalized 4-51 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Indiana, Johnson 36-220. Mlneo 15-78. Purdue. McCall 16-77. Macon 9-43, Smllh 12- 39. PASSING Indiana. Clifford 11-16-0-77. Purdue, Herrmann RECEIVING Texas, Konnino, -52. Clark 2-7, Walker 2-7. lavlor. Holl 3-44, Fisher 1-26. Arkansas 0 7 0 0-7 SMU 3 7 14 7-31 SMU FG Garcia 23 SMU Bennell 55 run (Garcia kick) ARK Stiggers 10 pass Irom Jones (Ordonez kick) SMU James 3 run' (Garcia kick) SMU James 22 run (Garcia kick) SMU Dickerson 4 run (Garcia kick) tV , -A-28,225 Game' in Figures Arkansas '. SMU 18 Firsl downs '", " - 19 43-153 Rushing yardage 58-385 173 Passing yardage , 54 13-26 Passes completed . 4-7 0 Inierceptions by . 0 6-46 Punls, average . 5-45 -3-2 , Fumbles lost., 2-1 4-65 Yards penalized 11-64 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Ark., Jones 13-36, Kavnes 4-35, Walters 9-3J. SMU. Oickcrson 18r107. Bennell 3-106. James 23-102.. PASSING Ark.. Jones 12-22-0-138. Pierce 1-3-0-35. SMU, Ford 3-5-0-40, Mcllhenry 1-2-0-14. . RECEIVING Ark,, Duckworth 3-45. Wallers 3-12. Hollo-way 2-60. SMU. Fox 3-33. 34 UA Oliver 10 run (Weber :k) OSU Robinson 7 oi Slngler (Mangold kick) ua fg weoer 31 UA Holland 9 run (Weber kick) Game in Figures Arizona Oregon St. 25 First downs 14 54-308 Rushing vardage 39-99 149 Passing vardage 174 10-23 Passes completed 17-25 0 Inierceptions by 0 7-39 Punls; average 9-41 1-1 Fumbles losl 6-2 7-97 Yards penalized 2-21 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Arizona, Oliver 19-117. Holland 15-107. Barnclt 9-53. OSU. Robinson 9-64, Holmes 13-27. PASSING Arizona, Tunnlclilfc 10-23-149-0. OSU. Singler 15-21-149-0. S. Smllh 2-4-25-0. RECEIVING Arizona. Holmes 5-91. Nettling 3-41. OSU. Simmons 5-73, Robinson 5-25, Vogel 3-50. California 28 Stanford 23 Stanford 7 0 0 16-23 California 7 14 0 7 -21 Cat Tuggle 15 run (Luckhursl kick) Slan Wnlle 1 run (Naber kick) Cal Porlec 24 pass Irom Torchio (Luckhursl kick) Cal Tuggle 2 run (Luckhursl kick) Slan While 32 pass from El-wav (Naber kick) Cal Torchio 3 run (Luckhursl kick) Stan Safely, ball snaooed oul of end zone Game in Figures Stanford California 28 First downs 13 48-185 Rushing yardage 41-90 257 Passing yardage 186 78-45 Passes comoleled 11-22 0 Interceptions by 0 4-39 Punts, average 8-38 Brighsm Young S$i Utah : BYU. 7 14 21 14-54 Utah 0 0 0 6-6 BYU Lane 1 run (Gunlher kick) ; BYU McMahon 7 run (Gunlher kick) BYU Brown 5 pass frbni McMahon (Gunlher kick) . , BYU Lane 11 oass from McMahon (Gunlher kick) n f BYU Lane 1 run (Gunlher, kick) BYU Brown 74 pass (rom McMahon (Gunlher kick) Utah Johnson 1 run (pass failed) ' BYU Carloson 1 run (Gunlher kick) BYU Pedis 5 run (Gunlher kick) A 30,520 J Game in Figures , BYU Utah 27. First downs 23 32-212 Rushing yardago 43-125 418 Passing vardage 258 22-34 Passes completed 19-31 4-38' 2-23 Punls, average t-1 Fumoies tosi i-t, 10-96 Yards penalized 9-120. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS . J RUSHING BYU. Pellls 4-81, Lane 15-77, McMahon 8-27 Utah, Lindsay 22-93, Baldwin 6-. 35. Utah. Hardin 19-31-2-258. - RECEIVING BYU. Brown , 5-" 184, Lane 5-53, Plater 3-SOf Utah, Teahan 7-92, Hodge 3-78 Folsom 5-54. 301 Washington 23f Texas Tech 17 7 10 0-34 Texas Tech Hou Ford 5 1 (Humphreys kick) Tech Hlghlowcr I run (Greve kick) Hou Elslon 2 run (Humphreys kick) Hou FG Humohreys 27 -Game In-Figures Houston Texas Tech 16 First downs 10 53-214 Rushing vardage 41-45 87 Passing , yardage 85 8-18 Passes completed. 8-25" 1 Interceptions by 1 . 5-26 Punts, average 10-40, 2-1 Fumbles lost l-o ' 2-20- Yards penalized 8-90 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-Houslon, Barrett 8-42, Clark 23-86. Texas Tech, RECEIVING Houston. Herring 2-27, watson 7-34. Texas Tech. Baker 7-41, Wells 1-14. Far West INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Stanford, While 24-83, Elwav 16-74. Halle 7-27. California, tuggle 27-110, Edd: PASSING Stanford. Elway RECEIVING Slanlord. While 9-109, Mordell 8-55, Haile 4-31, nargerum 3-25. Calilornia, 0 14 7 9-30 Vash. State 14 0 3 4-23, WSU Samoa 33 run (DeSanlo. Wash Rosborough . 3 run' (Nelson kick) " Wash Skansi 22. pass from" Flick (Nelson' kick) ;. " ' Wash Williams 41 pass Irom Flick (Nelson kick) '.-. WSU-FG DeSanlo 26 . . . ; Wash Allen 47 pass from Samoa (kick failed) Wash-FG Nelson 29 A-34,557 ,- Game in Figures, v; 4 45-21 jii massing varoaoe m. 70-32 Passes completed . 8-l7i 2 Interceptions bv I-3-41 Punls, average 7-44-. 2- 2 Fumbles losl 4-2.- 3- 32 Yards penalized 6-80 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Wash. Rosborough1 15-62, Slevcns 18-52, Tvler 6-40, Wash SI, Harris 20-104, Wash- ing Ion 9-52. PASSING Wash, Flick 20-32-' .2-311. Wash SI. Samoa 7-16-1-r 93. Davev 1-1-0-56. : RECEIVING-Wash, Skansi 6-! 88. Bavle 7-82. Williams 4-70, Wash SI. 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