The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on September 24, 1972 · 43
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Cornhusker s Rm Armv, 77-7 ' . . . V I v ' ' v '4- . - : I '- ' (.,: :..' : ; , . ft.'-' , ". i-:' ' ' '- : : . -r- v 'it'- 0) 1 .,.. V NEBRASKA'S JOHN DUTTON (90) CHARGES ARMY'S KINGSLEY FINK Miraculously Fink got pass away but but Nebraska smashed Cadets, 77-7 AP Photo WEST POINT (N.Y.) -(AP) Johnny Rodgers scored twice in the first period and Nebraska added three more touchdowns in the final four minutes of the first half yesterday en route to a 77-7 demolition of Army, the most points ever scored , against the Military Academy. It was the second Consecutive victory for college foot-b all's defending national champions, following an opening game loss to UCLA. Army, which never had allowed more than 51 points, dropped its opener for only the seventh time in 83 sea-'sons. Sophomore quarterback Dave llumm passed for one touchdown and ran for another and second-string running back Dave Goeller scored twice as the ninth-ranked Cornhuskers rolled to a 35-0 halftime lead before a capacity Michie Stadium crowd of 42,239 and a regional television audience. Surprising Navy Finally Defeated by Penn Slate UNIVERSITY PARK (Pa.) - (UPI) - Sluggish Penn State solved Navy's troublesome defense in the third period yesterday and conquered the Middies 21-10 on two short touchdown plunges by John Cappelletti and a 32-yard pass interception by John Skorupan. Cappelletti 's touchdowns of one and two yards brought 13th ranked Penn State from behind twice and aroused a crowd of ,'0,457 College FoolhaJl Hestills WEST Washington St. 28, Arizona 6 4nna St. 56. Kansas St. 14 San Jose St. 17. California 10 Michigan 26. UCLA0 Portland St. 6. Linfield Col. 0 Ro se St. 21, Humboldt SI. 15 ban fernando St. 23. San Francisco ,st. 0 Central Washington St. 34, Lswis & Clark 21 Monlana 40. No. Arizona 17 Pacific Lutheran 12. Whitworth Col. 7 Pacific U. lOre ) 28. West Washington 13 Weber St 26. Idaho 10 Nevada Las Vegas Jl. Los Angeles St 0 Cal Poly Pomona 13. Saciamonto SI. UC Davis 17. UC Riverside 10 Cal Polv MO 34. Montana St. 7 Onc.o St. 10. Wnlanielle 6 Occidental 14. Ausa ific 13 -an DiOkO 14. Claremont-Mudd 6 Pomona Pitfr ?i. SI Mnry's 14' cS'ila Clai 40. Oipuoo Col i'4 Tms Tech 41. New Mexico lb MIDWrST pvior 2. Mmourl O f(ilin Gieen Hi. Miami (Ohio) 7 Colorado JH. Minnesota 6 (.enrkia leih 71. Mulligan St. 16 mwa I'l, Oiernn SI 1 1 lowa St. 44. UMh 22 Ki nt SI 37. 01. 'O U 14 Nnlre tiitine . Northwestern 0 Kansas W. Wyomni 14 Oklahoma i.h Drm tiii J 0'iC ':'. IIImims ?n -athindlon ??. Purdue 21 A K' n IHU.II1 14, Nil HIH Oil 10 .'..iMonsin 31 jvij use 1 'ile'ilr 21. vniaiio 14 CU .It. ZM f n pdo JS. lm Ailintton 24 V aba -h 7(1. H'(,in Onlial 14 W'.tivn Illinois in Akton 24 w r 0 Cmi innrtti 7 f.iun "t. Marshall U 0 tnsfl S2, Wyoming 14 (Milwaukee) 17. t Illinois fountain IJ 21, to'th f'i' U Jl. Tuisa e South' Dakota EAST , Army's only serious threat of the half failed when quarterback Kingsley Fink threw three incomplete passes from the Nebraska three-yard line early in the second quarter after a 44-yard pass from Fink to Bob Hines put the ball deep in Nebraska's territory. The Cornhuskers marched 64 yards in eight plays the first time they had the ball, with Rodgers scoring from three yards out after only S'i minutes. Nebraska had to cover only 37 and 43 yards for the next two touchdowns, following Army punts. The final two scores of the half came after a bad snap from punt formation turned the ball over to Nebraska at the Army five and a fumble by Fink was recovered by John Button at the Cadets' 18. that watched underdog Navy repeatedly thwart the Nit-tany Lions in the first half. Skorupan, a linebacker who had 15 unassisted tackles in the game, grabbed a pass by Navy quarterback Fred Stuvek in the right flat and dashed 32 yards for Penn State's final touchdown with just 1:18 remaining. A 38-yard field goal by Roger Lanning gave Navy a 3-0 halftime lead and a ROCKIES Air Force 41. Pittsburgh 13 i Utah St. 42. BYU 19 EAST Bucknell 44. DrexH 0 Coigale 33. Lafayette 14 Connecticut 7. Vermont 0 Delawar 64, Gettysburg 7 Fordham 22, St. Peter's 7 Holy Cross 30, Brown 24 Massachusetts 37, Maine 0 Nebraska 77, Army 7 Now Hampshire 16, Boston U. 14 Penn St. 21, Navy 10 Rhode island 27. Northeastern 7 Rutgers 41. Lehigh lj Villanova 20. William Mary 17 Boston College 49, Temole 27 Coast Guard 24. Rensselaer 7 SOUTH UT Chattanoosa 7 Auburn 14, Kentucky St. 21. Maryland It Shore O Maryland 28. VMI 16 North Carolina 34. North Carolina SI. 33 Richmond 17. NF. Louisiana 0 Stanford 10. Duke b Tennessee 45. Wake Forest 6 Tulane 24, Georgia 13 Wesl Virginia 4H, Virginia 10 Western Kentucky ."8, Austin Pea 7 Alabama. 3S. Kentucky 0 Drake Memphis St 7 lonoir Hlivne 41. Davidson Col, 16 LSU 47, Texas AX.M 17 Florida St, 27. Virginia Tech 15 Mississippi SI. 10 V.vifpibilt (, No Carolina) AAT ??, Florida AIM ?0 fast Carolina V. Appaiai luan St. 1 Mississippi ?t. South Carolina 0 SMU 21. t lor ida 14 vVe,l C rnl na 10 The Citadel O Louisiana Tech .14. McNrese St. 17 SOUTHWEST fnv-no St 21 Npw Memo St 17 Sriuthitrn II. 7n, Piaine V'f 7 A'kamas ?4. Oklahoma St 23 lK e ; -), cirrmnn H) San Oit'EO St, 25. Ninth Texas St 0 2.t. Vianii (fa I 10 W flPta "it 6. Arkansas St. 0 Okinhoma) fiS. Oreniri 1 We-t Texas SI. 41 . Colorado St 14 Arkansas teih JO. Sf. MiksOufl 10 OOP 14, le.a Fl Paso 14 Tnmty IJ. SV Louisiana 10 Only two fumbles by Rodgers at the Army 42 and again at the six prevented even more damage as Nebraska piled up 17 first downs to three for Army and outgained the Cadets 273 yards to 37, holding them to minus 22 yards rushing. The rout continued as Gary Dixon barreled over from two yards out, capping a 44-yard drive following Ritch Bahe's 40-yard return with the second-half kickoff. SUMMARY NEBRASKA ARMY 14 21 28 14-0 0 0 7- Neb Rogers 3 run (Sanger kick) Neb Roaners 24 pdss trom Humm (Sanqer kick) Neb Goeller I run (Sanaer kick) Neb Humm 1 run (Sanger kick) Neb Goeller 1 run (Sanger kick) Neb Dixon 2 run (Sanger kick) Neb Borg to punt return ISanger kick) Neb Rodgers 5 pass from Runty (Sanger kick) Neb Sloey 43 pdas interception (Sanger kick) Neb Runty 1 run (Sanqer kick) Army Armstrong pass trom Atha (Barclay kick) A-42,23. YARDSTICK Nebraska Arm? 37-12 136 -1 9-27 2 9-32 3-2 6-81 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles lost Penalties yards 26 63-2'2 189 151 16-22-1 0-0 6-3 7-72 one-yard touchdown plunge by Andy Pease, sandwiched between Cappelletti's scores, sent the Middies into a 10-7 lead. SUMMARY Navy Penn State 0-10 7-21 NAV-FG Lanning 31 PSU Cappelletti 2 run (Vitlello Kick) NAV Peae 1 run (Lanninq kick) PSU-Capillettl I run ( Vltieilo kick) PSU Skorupan 32 intercepted pass (Vitiollo kick) A-50.4S? YARDSTICK First Downs 15 17 Rushes-Yards 49-11? 49-141 Passing Yards 147 132 Return Yards 4 108 Pses 14 26-3 10-19-1 Punts 6-38 5 43 Fumhles-lost 32 b-5 Penalties-Yards 2-10 2-15 Air Force Tops Pilbhurgli Easily, ll-L AIR FORCE ACADEMY (Colo.) - (UPI) - Junior quarterback Rich Itaynie threw two touchdown passes and reserve tailback Mike Mark ran for another pair as Air Force exploded in the second half to beat Pittsburgh 41-13 yesterday. SUMMARY PITTSBURGH AIR FOHCE 7 0 I-U J 14 1441 AI -FG lawsnnlf F - FG l awun (, At - Murphy JJ pass from Hayme illiuwn kick) pki'Ci oni 74 pas bom Ho:an (White kick) F Carlson 2 run (Hiown ku k AF-Mark 2 run (I awMin kick) F Mark 8 run (Lawson kn.k) Toerppr 9 uass from Daniels (pass tailed) A-j; 047. TAROSTICK PITT Air Force I irst downs 16 1 MuMies yards J ''' 60 7i 0 Passing yanfs . l'8 tJ'i Peturn yards . 0 2h Passe, 14 (1 2 9 JJ U Munis .. 3.? S J34 f uiiiblns lost 6 5 3 3 Penalties yards , 7 ub I IcO Colorado Destroys Gophers MINNEAPOLIS (Minn.) -(AP) Charlie Davis and Ken Johnson slammi.'d in for two touchdowns each and the- third-ranked Colorado Iiuffaloes, exploding for 24 second-period points, punished Minnesota 3(1-6 yesterday i n an interseclional game. Davis, 119 yards rushing in 15 carries ave him his sixth straight game with 100 or more yards, punched in Colorado's first touchdown in the second period from three yards out and the fourth with a 13-yard sweep in the fourth period. Johnson, quarterbacking Colorado to its third straight victory without a loss, ran in twice from one yard out in the second. Fred Lima booted a 40 - yard field goal and was five -for - five on points alter. Freshman quarterback John Lawing got the Gophers on the scoreboard with 1:25 left in the game with l 13-yard touchdown pass to another reserve, Ken Kephart. Lawing's pass for a two - point conversion went off the fingertips of Gopher fullback John King. SUMMARY COLORADO MINNESOTA t 24 0 1438 0 0 0 & Col Davis 3 run; Llmba kick. Col Johnson 1 run; Limba kick. Col Johnson 1 runs Lima kick. Col FG Lima 40. Col Davis 13 run; Lima kick. Minn Kephart 13 pass from Lawing; pais failed. Col Collier 6 pass from Duenasi Lima kick. A 42,703. YARDSTICK Colo. Minn. 15 42-109 22-157 0 14-22-2 9-32 31 7-68 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 28 56-352 15-116 66 8-150 6- 38 71 7- 89 Fumbles Hurl Missouri in 27-0 Defeat COLUMBIA (Mo.) - (AP) Sophomore quarterback Neal Jeffrey ran lor one touchdown and passed for another, leading Baylor to a 27-0 college football romp over Missouri yesterday in a game marred by 11 fumbles. Jeffrey, confusing the Tiger defense with his wishbone running, hit Ken Town-send with a three - yard scoring pass in the third quarter after setting up the score with a 38-yard pass to Charles Dancer. With the game out of reach, Baylor's Randy Cav-endar, subbing for Jeffrey, ran one yard to score late in the fourth period. The score was set up by Derrel Luce's interception and 33-yard return to the Missouri 10. SUMMARY BAYLOR MISSOURI 1027 O 0 Bay FG Conradt 21. Bay Jeffrey 2 run (Conradt kick) Bay Townsend 3 pass from Jetfrnv (Conradt kick) Bay Cavendar 1 run (Conradt kick) Bay FG Conradt 45. A 42.000. YARDSTICK Baylor Missouri First downs 14 15 Rushes yards 62-229 53-134 Passing yards 72 111 Return yards 67 20 Passes 711 5-19-4 Punts 5-30 4-28 Fumbles lost -3 4-4 Penalties yards J-J5 4-J0 ORDER NOW! BUNA mm mi mmm mmtm r Si trwiTrncv.nAQTDni. CANADIAN J AMERICAN j challenge' cup 1 Advance Discount TICHIT OHOU ,.., a,i. . 3 i I 7:" ..".." f. J i . i s ... . . . ,iv. S J,!IVLun'l."l'.".i. 4i- 4 1 Tw'S v.,r;r ",T", SpMioldiuovnt lor fvaA .,. . Chrlilien under 12FBEEI J ' tttslintniM tn let lHl '-' Chucks payable to SCRAMP.P.O. Notre KVANSTON nil) -(UPI) Notre Dame's soccer style place kicker, Mob Thomas, tied a school record with three field goals yesterday and four Fighting Irish backs scored a touchdown apiece in a one-sidd 37-0 triumph over Northwestern. The victory preserved Irish coach Ara Parseghi-an's unbeaten record for opening games with nine wins before a crowd of 55,-155, fourth largest in Northwestern history. The Irish wasted no time Iowa Stale Decimates 22 Ulali. 44 AP - AMES (Iowa) - (AP) - Quarterback George Amund-son, using his running talents for two touchdowns, also called upon tight end Don Greenwood and tailback Mike Strachan to lead Iowa State to a 44-22 nonconfer-ence football victory over underdog Utah yesterday. SUMMARY UTAH IOWA STATE 10 7 S 0 622 7 10 2044 Utah FG Jensen 51 isu strachan 3 run (Goedjen kick) Utah Odom 60 pass from Van Galder (Jensen kick) ISU Greenwood 9 pass from Amundson (Goedien kick) Utah Odom 9 pass from Van Galder (kick failed) ISU FG Goedien 22 ISU Amundson 1 run (Goedien kick) ISU Greenwood 6 pass from Amundson (Goedien kick) ISU Amundson 48 run (kick failed) ISU Schweizer 19 Interception (Goedien kick) Utah Odom 2 pass from Marshall (pass failed) A 32,000 YARDSTICK Utah ISU 21 42-272 105 53 821-3 7-35 100 6-70 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles lost Penalties yards 16 44-108 231 44 14-33-3 7-35 3- 2 4- 47 Ground Game Leads Kansas Over Wyoming LAWRENCE (Kan.) -(AP) Air-oriented Kansas struck almost entirely from the ground and jarred mistake-ridden Wyoming with four second quarter touchdowns for a 52-14 intersec-tional victory over the Cowboys yesterday. Sophomore Robert Miller led the touchdown parade, contributing three on runs of 12, 6 and 5 yards. SUMMARY WYOMING KANSAS 0 7 0 7 28 14 Kan M kick) Wvo Shaw 24 run (Hudman kick) Kan Williams 6 run (Helmbacher kick) Kan Nelloms I run kick) Kan Gary Adams 37 (Helmbacher kick) Kan Miller 6 run kick) Kan Miller 25 run kick) Kan Nelloms 5 run kick) Wyo Freeman 6 run (Hudman kick) Kan FG Helmbacher 20 A 40,500. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards SAVE MONEY Her 12 run (Helmbacher 1 ...... t YARDSTICK I J I I I ollUt d lllull Is&ll VJVVll. I Wyoming Kansas If 111 I St th World's rocing Greott in the Monterey Costrol GTX, Grand Pri - International Stori; Denny Hulmt, Peter Reason, Morh Dono-hu, George Follmer, Jackio Olivr, Dovid Hobbi ond mort. Camping odacnt to track. Bo 2078. MonUtty, Call'. 93940 5. F . Sunday Examiner & Chronicle, September 24, 1 972 Dame turning the contest into a rout. Notre Dame scored the first five times they had the ball and six times out of the first eight to seize a 30-0 lead at the half. For the game they scored seven times in the 14 times they had possession. Sophomore quarterback Tom Clements sparked the Irish attack and remained in the game until barely half the third period remained, when he gave way to Cliff MIDWKST Georgia Tech Nim Sliartam JL JL EAST LANSING (Mich.) (UPI) Georgia Tech quarterback Eddie McAshan threw two touchdown passes and the Yellowjackets withstood a furious fourth-quarter rush by Michigan State yesterday to claim a 21-16 win. McAshan, who did not complete a pass against Michigan State a year ago, picked the Spartan pass defense to pieces during the afternoon, completing 16 of 26 passes for 239 yards. His first scoring pass came on Tech's first play from scrimmage and went for 77 yards to wide receiver TCU Holds Indiana, 31-28 BLOOMINGTON find.) -(AP) - Texas Christian scored early, then held off a furious Indiana charge led by quarterback Ted McNul-ty to beat the Hoosiers 31-28 yesterday. McNuity tied an Indiana record with 23 pass completions as he rallied the Hoosiers from a 14-0 deficit early in the second quarter. Texas Christian, 1-0, broke open the contest with key plays for long yardage, including its final touchdown on a 62-yard pass play from quarterback Kent Marshall man wnu r I UfHTIMftTUIMr I. (Hembacher VlMIt I O l iJ 1 nillV4 (Helmbacher "ti BUT THE BEST... 721TZ WRIGHT BOOTMANSHIP. 49-103 57-342 If 111 uaiciuitjf naiiu uiaucu uj ,)1,3 ,,? I i I II exoerienced shoemakers r " si? I WrA to the very last detail. I ii m-j ill m i i In burnished brown 1 MfLS k L or gleaming black, I Available at tho following stores: Market, Stanlord. Sorramonto. E( Cernto, Hayward, Oakland, Concord, Stonestown, Bay Fair, Walnut Creek. Romps Crown alter Notre Dame had run up all its points. Thomas kicked field goals of 23, 26 and 47 yards, all in the first half, to tie the Irish single game field goal record. Darryl Dewan tallied on a 30-yard run, John Ciesz-kowskl on a 2-yard plunge, Andy Huff on a one-yard drive and sophomore Eric Penick on a 9-yard run. Thomas converted after each touchdown to run his personal total for the day to 10 points. Northwestern, beaten 7 0 Jim Robinson. The second was a 36-yard completion to Robinson in the third quarter, which proved the margin of victory. SCORING GEORGIA TECH MICHIGAN STATE 021 1316 GT Robinson 77 pm from McAshan (Thigpen kick) WSJ-FG Roberts M GT McNamara li run (Thlspen kicK) GT Robinson 34 pass from McAshan (Thlgpen kick) MSU Simpson 74 punt return (kick failed) WSU Morgado 21 run (Roberts kick) A 77,141 YARDSTICK Ga. Tech Mich. St. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-IO'jt Penalties yards 15 19 41-9b 239 69 16-26-1 8 38 1-0 3-26 56 219 137 0 8 22 3 8-41 3-1 6-73 to halfback Bill Sadler. That gave TCU a 31-20 lead with 9:43 to go. SUMMARY TEXAS CHRISTIAN INDIANA 3 1431 7 1528 TCU Webb 1 run Simmons kick TCU Luttrell 72 run Simmons kick Ind Starling 1 run pass failed TCU FG Simmons 22 Ind Scolmk 1 past from McNuity Gartner kick TCU Luttrell 1 run Simmons kick Ind Starling 8 run Gartner kick TCU Sadler 62 pass from Marshall Simmons kick Ind Scolnik 8 pass from McNuity Starling run A 34.004 YARDSTICK TCU First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards :;:Sss- SV The most comfortable r V I 9ive ,l a Personality ' j ArKINS "irUizirt: Section C Pag 5, 37 by Michigan in its opening game a wetk ago, helped provide the Irish with, the means to their one-sided vie-tory. SUMMARY NOTRE DAM? NORTHWESTERN 14 th 0 O 0-37 0 0 ND Dewan 30 run: Thomai kick. NO Cmbkowikl 2 rum Thorn! kick, ND-FG Thomas 2 NO FG Thomas Ji. NO Huff 1 run; Thomaj kick. ND FG Thonnn47. ND -Penick 9 runj Thomas kick. 1 A-S5,1'A YARDSTICK N. Dame N'WMriv. First flow in Rushevyardi F-dMirio aid", Return yards Passes Punts Fumt)les-lnt Penalties-yard 71 11 73-3 4? 9) 414 2 3 37 10 7-7! 50-B9 MS?" 33'; 3J! Wisconsin Rolls Over Syracuse MADISON (Wis.) -(AP) Wisconsin, sparked by the running of Rufus Ferguson and Rudy Steiner's two touchdown passes to Jeff Mack, converted three recovered fumbles into scores and rolled to a 31-7 college football victory over Syracuse today. Mack's touchdown receptions, on plays covering seven and eight yards, came 12 seconds apart and gave the Badgers a 14-0 lead enroute to their second victory in as many starts. Syracuse's Greg Allen fumbled on the kickoff after the first touchdown to set up the second score. Syracuse, 1-2, was stymied by 10 fumbles, seven of them lost, and an intercepted pass. The Orangemen fell behind 24-0 before scoring in the third quarter on Allen's 28-yard sweep around left end; summary SYRACUSE WISCONSIN 0 0 7 0 T 14 I 1 731 Wis Mack 7 Barrios kick. Wis Mack 8 Barrios kick. pass from Stelnen pass from Stelnerj Wiv FG Barrios 35. Wis Ferguson 7 runj Barrios kick. Syr Allen 28 run; Ruoff kick. Wis Ferguson 3 run; Barrio kick. A 67.234. YARDSTICK riauac riis'., 15 20 First downs 14 T 57-291 49-58 Rushes-yards 41-141 69-216 99 291 Passing yards 125 8S 107 139 Return yards 121 bi 4 6 0 24-37-0 Passes 12-21-1 7-13 I 5-42 6-37 Punts 5-43 7-39 3-2 5-2 Fumbles-lost 10-7 8 3 5-4 5 6-52 Penalties-yards 8-72 6-75 FOR THE ; ek JND, mMm mm um Ji mmmm m 9 Mm UlbUhlMINAIlNU '

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