San Antonio Express from San Antonio, Texas on September 28, 1975 · Page 107
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Rice tumbles to LSU SHREVEPORT (AP)— Tailback Terry Robiskie plunged into the end zone twice from two yards away as Louisiana State overcame four first half turnovers to defeat Rice 16-13 in an intersectional college football game Saturday night. Robiskie scored in the first and third quarters for the Tigers but missed a third two-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter when he was stopped on fourth down. 14-6 lead Robiskie’s second touchdown gave LSU a 14-6 lead, which was extended to 16-6 when Rice quarterback San Antonio EXPRESS-NEWS—Sunday September 28 1975 H Page 7-S 5 tumble Tulsa, 31-15 LSU TAILBACK Terry Robiskie steps Rice. ive-yord gain against Writ D mm R gtMtywA .«»in* yard» Return yard» ttun Rie» LSU 11 I« «« *7-111 14* I» I* 1» 73-1»-» I-4-) Fumb)et-fett Penatties-vordt 4-1 2-14 M Claude Reed was tackled in the end zone for a safety by linebacker Terry Hill. But Rice came back later in the final period behind the passing of quarterback Tommy Kramer, who cut the margin to three points by hitting flanker Doug Cunningham with a 12-yard pass. The victory was LSU’s first of the season in three games while Rice dropped to 1-2. LSU scored on its first possession of the game after a 37yard punt return by Clinton Burrell to the Rice 35. On the second fourth- down pay of the drive, Robiskie scored from the two. The Tigers had good field position during the rest of the half as Burrell reeled off two more long punt returns. But LSU waS hampered by three interceptions and a fumble. Alvaro Arenas kicked field goals of 44 and 33 yards for Rice on the first and last plays of the second quarter. Both of the kicks came after LSU turnovers. Rite » « • 7-13 LIU 7*7 2—1* ISU—Robiskie 2 rim (Moreau kick) Ric*— F6 44 Arena» Rice—FG 33 Arena» LSU—Rabttkie I run (Moreou kick) LSU—Safety Reed tackled in end i»ne Rice—Cunmnehom 12 pa»» tram Kramer (Arena» kick) *-47.0*0 A&I trips Wildcats SPECIAL TO THE EXPRESS NEWS ABILENE - Texas A&I recovered an Abilene Christian fumble at the Wildcat 10 midway through the fourth quarter and Larry Collins scored shortly thereafter on a five-yard run to pace the Javelinas to a 24-21 victory here Saturday night. The triumph upped the Javelinas’ record to 2-0 and lengthened their winning streak to 16 games. Abilene fell to 1-1. It was the Lone Star Conference opener for both schools. A&I was NAIA champion in 1974 while the Wildcats enjoyed that distinction in 1973. Although Collins’ run was the decisive blow, the turning point may well have come early in the fourth quarter, when the Wildcats had a first-and-10 at the Javelina four but could not punch it over. John Perkins gave Abilene a 6-0 lead in the first quarter, taking an 82-yard scoring strike from quarterback Jim Reese. A&I’s George Franklin Score Bv Quarters Texas Aftl ................... 1 IB B 7-M Abilene Christian ....* 15 B B—21 A&I ACC 19 34-75 197 105 9-24-2 4-38.8 4 5-41 First Downs 21 Rushing Yardage 55-255 Passing Yardage 112 Return Yordage Passes Punts Fumbles Lost ’Huskers shuck TCU, 56-14 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas running backs Jerry Eckwood and Ike Forte rushed for more than 100 yards each, and super sub Holland Fuchs scored twice as the Razorhacks whipped Tulsa 31-15 in an intersectional college football game Saturday. Fuchs’ first touchdown put Arkansas ahead to stay, 7-6, midway through the second period, but Tulsa kept it interesting. Far cry It was a far cry from last year when Tulsa lost seven fumbles and was em- barassed 60-0. Fuchs’ second touchdown, an 11-yard run, and Steve 156 8-25-2 4-37 5 2 Yards Penalized 12-147 retaliated on the ensuing kickoff, though, rambling 97 yards to tie the game. Richard Ritchie’s conversion put the Javelinas ahead, 7-6. Wilbert Montgomery scored on a 16-yard run and Jay Reeves converted for Abilene, but the Javelinas came back on 10 points by Ritchie. He scored on a one-yard run, converted, and hit a 28-yard field goal. Clee Montgomery scored on a 46-yard pass play, accepting a lateral from Perkins after a pass from Reese, making it 21-17 for the Wildcats at the end of the first haldf. The only score in the second half was by Collins midway through the fourth quarter. Reserve QB paces Ponies HOUSTON (AP) Third-string quarterback Chuck Benefield whipped Southern Methodist to 12 first- half points and Arthur Whittington scored two crucial second-half touchdowns to lead the Ponies to a 26-16 victory over the fumbling University of Houston Saturday night. The Cougars rallied to a 19-16 defeat late in the third quarter but a pass interception by SMU’s Mickey Earley killed a Houston scoring drive and set up the Ponies’ final toucdown. Benefield, who started the season as a defensive end, drove SMU to 12 points over a six-minute span of SMU First downs 22 Rushes» a rtf» »•27» Fattine yards 4» Return yards I) Fatses St-4 Funts 4-44 FumMes-test 0-0 Fenallies-yords 7*3 Moulton 27 43-23* 2*3 0 13 2« 2 2-55 3-3 7-04 the first half that gave them a 12-9 halftime lead. After SMU’s Gene Williams tackled Houston quarterback Buhba MeGal- lion for a safety, Benefield hit split end Freeman Johns for a 31-yard touchdown strike. Then on the first play of the second quarter Mark Embler kicked a 20-yard field goal. Leonard Coplin’s 31-yard field goal and a 57-yard run-pass play from McGallion to tight end Don Bass provided Houston’s first half scoring. Whittington scored on a fiveyard end sweep on SMU’s first series in the third quarter. The Cougars then struck back on fullback John Houseman’s 30-yarc run through the middle of SMU’s defense. With 46 seconds left in the third quarter Earley in tercepted a pass by Houston quarterback David Hussmann to set up the Ponies final score. SMU now is 2-1 and Hous ton dropped to a 1-2 record. Whittington finished as SMU’s leading rusher with 93 yards on 17 carries Wayne Morris, who needec 34 yards to become SMU’s 7th all-time rusher, gainec 63 yards on 15 carries. Turnovers again proved to be Houston’s downfall. * 3 3 « 7 7 7 0-1« RenetieM SMU HOUItOA UH—FG Copltn 31 SMU—Safety McGallien tackle* » end iene SMU—Jahns 31 ms » from (Embler kick) SMU-FO Embler 20 UH—Rot» S7 bat» from McGaliion (kick failed) SMU—Wftilimatón s run (Embler kick) UH—Hautman 34 run (Coblin kick) SMU—Whittington 1« run (Embler kick) A—21,713 - 2 * LINCOLN, Neb. (AP)—Quarterback Terry Luck tossed three touchdown passes to lead fourth-ranked Nebraska to a 5614 college football victory over the error-plagued Horned Frogs of Texas Christian University Saturday. Luck’s aerial attack took the Frogs by surprise, but TCU’s defenders were victimized on the ground as well as in the air. Rout The Com huskers scored on their first two possessions, and the first three Nebraska scores were set up by TCU turnovers. TCU’s first score came in the second quarter, when Texas Chritlion Nebratka First dawns 12 30 Rusltes-vords 33-1* 71-323 Patting yards 153 1*4 Return yard» 14* 52 Paste» 12-24*3 4-22-2 Punts 4-34 2-54 Fumbles 2-2 1-1 Penatties-vards 5-73 *-*» Jimmy Dan Elzner hit Mike Renfro with a 21-yard TD pass. Safety Darry l Lowe scored the other Frog touchdown, intercepting a Vince Ferragamo pass in the fourth quarter and returning it 70 yards. Monte Anthony popped over from the two for the first Husker score with 8:22 left in the first period. Luck hit fullback Tony Davis with a 5-yard scoring aerial late in the period. TCU trailed 14-0 at that point, but their first scoring drive made it 14-7. That score ignited the Huskers who recovered a fumble and intercepted an Elzner pass to score twice in 21 seconds. Luck hit Brad Jenkins with an 8-yard TD pass with 9:24 remaining, and Curtis Craig scored with 9:03 to go, scampering in from the five. Texas Chritfian 0 7 0 7—1» Nebraska 1 » 1 » 1 » '» )«-** Neb—Anthony 3 run (Coyle kick) Neb—Day!» s mss from Luck (Coyle kick) TCU—Renfro 21 eat» from Eliner (Uel kick) Neb—Jenkins • mi » from Luck (Coyle kick) Neb—Curtí» s run (Coyle kick) Neb—Makto 7 pass from Luck fCoyle kick) Neb— Meiter 33 run (Coyle kick) Neb— Molilo 10 Hit from Farraeomo (Coyle kick) Ic TCU—Lowe 70 pass interception (Itel kick) Neb—Gillespie I run (Coyle kick) A—7S,*3I INDIVIDUAL LEAOERS RUSHING—TCU. WrieM 14-IS. Nebro» ko Htiter 4-5», Anthony 11-5». O'Leary 1153 RECEIVING—TCU, Rentro »-»3, Well» 2-23, Wrifftf 1-23 Nebraska. Motilo 3-45, Rrown 2-4». Jenkins I ». PASSING—TCU, Elmer *-))-), 13 yards. Cook 4-15-2. 7t yards Nebraska. Ferraaamo 4R-I, *» yords; Luck *13-1. 13 yards, Garcio 1 1-4, 12 yords YOU TOO CAN AFFORD A POOL! FREE WITH PURCHASE YOUR POOL ENCLOSED IN A SWIM HUT $1,000 RETAIL VALUE OR... A HEATING SYSTEM FOR YEAR ROUND ENJOYMENT YOU’VE HEARD OF THE QUALITY OF FIBERGLASS CAREFREE POOLS CALL* 655-3338 653-9596 First downs Rushet-yards Postma yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbies-lest Panalties-yards Tulsa Arkansas 17 22 43-117 44-343 23« *4 U 7« 15-31-3 5-13-1 5-54 2-41 1-1 4-1 in 4-17 Little’s 34-yard field goal in the final 3^ minutes of the first half made it 17-6. But Tulsa came back on its first possession of the second half. Facing third and 18, Jeb Blount dropped back and spotted Steve Lar gent behind the Razorback secondary. Blount laid the ball over Largent’s shoulder at the Arkansas 25 and Largent completed the 75-yarc scoring play to make it 17-13. > Arkansas stemmed the momentum, driving 78 yards in five plays on its next possession. The big play was Forte’s 54 run to the Tulsa 16. Eckwood scored three plays later from the one. Eckwood, who entered the game averaging 149.5 yards rushing a game, netted 146 yards on 19 carries, and was only one man from going all the way on several oceas- sions. Forte, who was averaging 118 yards a game, gained 131 on 17 carries. Arkansas, a 17-point fa- voritie, is 2-1 for the season. The Razorhacks open Southwest Conference play next week against Texas Christian. Tulsa, 1-2, returns to Missouri Valley Conference action against New Mexico State. The score was 24-13 when Tommy Harris intercepted a Ron Hickerson pass late in the third period and returned it 21 yards to the Tulsa 20. 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