The Gazette from Cedar Rapids, Iowa on November 7, 1982 · 57
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The Gazette from Cedar Rapids, Iowa · 57

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""I H V The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Nov 7, 1982 3d Wildcats win again j r rr r- 7 n v I i i i i n- s o 4 v ROZIER RAMBLE Nebraska l-back Mike Rozier (30) outruns the Oklahoma State Cowboys as he "picks up 44 yards in the third quarter of the Cornhuskers' 48-10 victory over the Cowboys Saturday in Lincoln, Neb. Oklahoma State's Lelslie O'Neal (99) and Matt Monger (90) try to catch Rozier, who rushed for 251 yards. Oklahoma, Missouri also win Rozier's 251 leadHuskers LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) Nebraska I-back Mike Rozier scored four touchdowns and collected 251 yards on 33 carries Saturday to spark the No. 5 Cornhuskers to a 48- iu victory over utuanoma aiaie. The game was billed as a showdown between the NCAA's top rusher, ErneSt Anderson of Oklahoma State, and Rozier, ranked fifth in the nation. Anderson was held to 68 yards on 15 carries by ,a stubborn Husker defense. Nebraska, 8-1, remained undefeated in Big Eight play at 5-0. The Cowboys slipped to 1-2-2 in the conference. Nebraska seemed to take the wind out of the Cowboy's sails early in the. second half. With the Hus-kers' leading 7-0, Oklahoma State drove from its own 18 to the Nebraska 11. On 3rd-and-4, Husker monsterback Kim Holbrook sacked quarterback Ike Jackson for a 16-yard loss. Cowboy kicker Larry Roach was wide left on a 44-yard field goal attempt on the next play and Nebraska dominated from there. A third-quarter Husker drive was an indication of the role Rozier was to play for Nebraska. The Huskers took over on the Cowboy's 38 and Rozier carried on six of the eight plays in the touchdown drive. He had runs of 9, 8, 6, 26, and 1 yards before dancing into the end zone from 2 yards out. Rozier's performance gave him the Nebraska single-season rushing record with three regular season games remaining. For the year, the junior has rushed for 1,379 yards, breaking the record of 1,342 yards by Bobby Reynolds, in a nine-game 1950 season. Rozier's 251-yard ,rushing performance also was the third best game for a Cornhusker. Rick Bems rambled for 255 yards in a 1978 game against Missouri and I.M. Hipp rushed for 254 yards in a 1977 game against Indiana. Bulldogs shocked by Wichita State tailback . DES MpiNES (UPI) Tailback Eric Denson rushed for 194 yards and one touchdown in a record-setting performance Saturday to lead the Shockers to a 38-29 triumph over Drake. Wichita State, 8-2, stayed in the Missouri Valley Conference title hunt with a 4-1 record, while Drake fell to 1-4 in league play and 3-7 overall. ' 1 Denson became the new Wichita State single-season rushing leader with 937, yards. Denson, who rushed for 160 yards in the first half, broke the old mark of 891 yards set by Pete Robertson in 1968. . Denson was not the only one to have a record-setting day. Drake qUlrterback GaryCYagelski broke if 0 Big 8 Standings Conl KM HM J-M 1-3-2 . I-M 1-3-1 1-3-1 0-4-1 All -l-t 7-M S-3-1 2-4-1 44-1 I 2-5-2 1 1-7-1 Nebroska Oklahoma Konsos Stote Oklahoma Siott Missouri Iowa Stole Konsas Colorado SATURDAY'! RESULTS Kansas 24, Iowa Slate 17 Nebraska 41. Oklahoma Slate 10 Oklohoma 24. Kansas Slate 10 ' Missouri 35. Colorodo 14 NEXT WEEK'S GAMES Nebrosko at Iowa Stote Konsos ol Colorodo Oklohoma Stale of Konsos Slote Missouri atktahnmn n Oklahoma 24 Kansas State 10 NORMAN, Okla. Freshman running back Marcus Dupree scored a pair of first half touchdowns to give Oklahoma a 14-10 halftime lead, and the 12th-ranked Sooners went on to a Big Eight Conference victory over Kansas State Saturday. Oklahoma, 7-2, spotted the Wildcats three points on a 39-yard field goal by Steve Willis before Dupree broke loose for an 80-yard touchdown run 12 seconds later. It was the longest run from scrimmage for the Sooners this season. The freshman from Philadelphia, Miss., added his second touchdown midway through the second quarter by diving over the goal line from a yard out. Fullback Stanley Wilson broke numerous tackles in a 43-yard jaunt to the 1 to set up Dupree's touchdown dive. Neither offense was able to sustain a drive throughout the third quarter or well into the final period and the score remained 14-10 until Oklahoma defensive back Keith Stanberry picked off a Darnell Dickey pass and returned it 41 yards for a touchdwon. The Sooners completed their scoring with a 21 -yard field goal by Michael Keeling with less than five minutes left in the game. two school records in a losing effort. Yagelski, who finished the day with 25 completions in 48 attempts for 342 yards and one touchdown, has now completed 175 passes this season for 2,332 yards. That broke the records of Dennis Redmond set in 1971. The Shockers jumped to a 21-0 first-quarter lead on the strength of quarterback Prince1 McJunkins' two short touchdown runs and a 26-yard scoring romp by Denson. McJunkins became the first player in NCAA history to rush for more than 2,000 career yards and pass for more than 4,000 yards. Junkins finished the day with 48 yards rushing and hit 6 of 17 passes for 95 y"ds: AP photo , The Sooners had driven 45 yards in eight plays to set up the three-pointer. Keeling also kicked the extra point after all three OU touchdowns. Dickey connected with split end Mike Wallace on a 24-yard pass play five minutes into the second quarter for the Wildcats' only touchdown. Wallace, a sophomore, set a Kansas State record by making his sixth touchdown reception of the season. . . The Sooners amassed 370 yards rushing and completed two of seven passes for 34 yards, while Kansas State, 5-3-1, gained 177 yards in the air on 17-of-30 attempts and ran for 136 yards. 1 Dupree entered the game as Oklahoma's top scorer with 42 points and rushed for 118 yards in 14 carries. Missouri 35 ' Colorado 14 COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Sophomore quarterback Marlon Adler drilled two touchdown passes to James Caver to cap a 25-point second quarter and send Missouri to a 35-14 victory Saturday over Colorado in Big Eight football. Adler's strikes of 20 and 13 yards came a minute and 40 seconds apart, constructing a 35-0 Missouri advantage at halftime. The Tigers, winning their first in five weeks, coasted to their first conference triumph. Missouri's offense, with assistant coach Jim Donnan signalling plays from, the sideline, produced points five of the first six times the Tigers had the ball. Sophomore Glen Malvern cracked the goal line from the Colorado 1 to cap Missouri's first drive and sprinted 20 yards to a second touchdown a period later. Junior Brad Burditt booted field goals of 19 and 34 yards. His second kick established a 20-0 advantage midway in the second quarter. Flips hvSr! i ll paint aiiy $7fl95 1 lpM CAR FOR 0I1LY H I V I WCIUDES WHfUi I DOOR JAMBS W I, ANY COLOR PAIYUUX! TEA! WRfTTDI (UiUUXTEl ACAINST FUMfi. IF YOUR CAR FADES I'LL REPAINT IT FREE! SPECIOUS I'JEEK 2938 FIRST AVE, Michigan g United Pratt International CHAMPAIGN, 111. Illinois, whose football resurgence has come through the air, decided to turn to the run when its game Was on the line against Big Ten leader Michigan Saturday. But the Illini, who had success rushing the ball against the Big Ten's leading defense, came up short on a fourth-end goal from the 2 that allowed Michigan to hold onto a 16-10 win. The victory, Michigan's seventh without a loss in the league, improved its overall mark to 7-2. Illinois, losing to Michigan for the 16th time in a row, fell to 6-4 overall and 5-3 in the league. "The thing that did them in was their countenance in running the ball," said Michigan Coach Bo Schembechler, whose team can clinch a Rose Bowl berth with a win next Saturday against Purdue. "They didn't think they could run, we didn't, think they could run and in the end that's what did them in." Illinois had driven from its own 8 with 4:40 left in the game to the Michigan 5. Three straight passing attempts by quarterback Tony Eason failed to get the Illini in the end zone. Illinois Coach Mike White called time out and said his players had asked for the opportunity to go to the run on the fourth down play. "The kids wanted the play," White said. "I have to take the responsibility for taking a calculating risk." White and Schembechler had seen Illinois have success on the ground the Illini rushed for 243. yards r but the goal-line stand by the Wolverines proved to be the difference in the game played before a record Illinois crowd of 75,256, breaking a 36-year-old record. Illinois drew 75,119 against Notre Dame on Sept 28, 1946. Anthony Carter caught a 40-yard scoring pass in the first quarter and set up two of Olli Haji-Sheikh three field goals for Michigan. Schembechler admitted it was his team's toughest game to dai "They played real weil, we kicked away opportunity after opportunity but to their credit they played their best defense," Schembechler said. White said despite the loss his club "still deserves a bowl bid." Northwestern 28 Michigan State 24 EAST LANSING, Mich. Northwestern Coach Dennis Green pledged his Wildcats will stay out of the Big Ten basement "for a hell of a long time" after beating Michigan State, 28-24, Saturday on a surprise play with less than a minute left. Northwestern had overcome a , second quarter 17-0 deficit to take the lead in the third quarter only to relinquish it in the fourth quarter before setting up the winning score. On third-and-seven at the Spartan seven, freshman quarterback Sandy Schwab pitched to senior running back Ricky Edwards, who hit Schwab in the end zone with 22 seconds left in the game. Schwab also passed and ran for two other Northwestern touchdowns, while Edwards exploded for a 45-yard touchdown run earlier. "Specialty plays are plays we . work on 15 minutes a week," Green said after the game. "We had two we were going to use if it was fourth down 1 we sure as hell were going for the touchdown." The Wildcats' second-year coach said he had set three goals for the team this year: winning a game, winning a Big Ten game and getting out of the conference cellar. "Hopefully, we're out of the basement and we're staying out for a hell -of a long time," Green said. .. The win boosted Northwestern to 2-6 in the Big Ten and 3-7 overall while Michigan State dropped to 1-6 in the conference and 1-8 overall. An extremely somber Michigan State Coach Muddy Waters, guaranteed to come under increasing fire for the team's performance this season, said, "I'm not a quitter." However, he added, "We're pretty low to the point of getting NO UPS NO EXTRAS THAN EARL SCHEIE'S ACRYLIC DIAMOND GLOSS! MADE WITH DuPONT PIGMENTS GE SILICONES VANS AND PICKUPS CALL NOW! ILL 3(3-757$ es V J frr 7 C. .e f i j rtt I Denny Green: Wildcats coach demoralized," noting "we're not proud of today." Waters said he had "no particular reason" for yanking freshman quarterback Dave Yarema (11 of 12 passing for 125 yards and one touchdown), in favor of Senior John Leister late in the third quarter. "I felt it was time for a new quarterback to give them something they hadn't seen," he said. Leister finished the day completing 5 of 15 "passes for 71 yards. Indiana 20 Wisconsin 17 MADISON, Wis. Doug Smith kicked a 42-yard field goal with 4 seconds to play Saturday to give Indiana a 20-17 Big Ten Conference victory over Wisconsin.. . Smith's game-winner, set up by five Babe Laufenberg completions in the final minute, was kicked into a stiff wind and broke a two-game losing streak for Indiana. The Hoosiers, 4-5 overall, are 3-4 in the Big Ten. Wisconsin, which had won five of its last six games, fell to 5-4 overall and 4-3 in the league. The Badgers, seeking their second straight winning season and another bowl bid, tied the -game on Kevin -Rohde's 44-yard field goal "with 75 seconds remaining. Laufenberg started the Hoosier comeback by completing a 27-yard pass to John Boyd on a 3rd-and-15 from the Indiana 15. Laufenberg followed with passes of 5 yards to Bobby Howard and 9 yards to Chris Cook to put the Hoosiers on Wisconsin's 44 with just 35 seconds left. Laufenberg then hit Howard for another 9 yards and tight end Scott McNabb for 10 yards and the call went to Smith with the ball on the Wisconsin 25 and nine seconds showing on the clock. " The game-winner was Smith's second field goal of the day. He hit a 22-yarder early in the second quarter for Indiana's first score. The Hoosiers rallied later on a 53-yard touchdown pass from Laufenberg to Duane Gunn and a 1-yard run by Howard. Wisconsin scored on Rohde's field goal and touchdown runs of 6 and 9 yards by Troy King. Wisconsin quarterback Randy Wright was knocked out of the game with 4:02 left jn the first half. Wright was hit by three Hoosier defenders and was taken from the field by ambulance. He returned, however, and engineered a fourth quarter scoring drive that put Wisconsin ahead 14-10 with 8:07 to play. Indiana's next drive stalled, but Wisconsin's Brian Marrow fumbled Chuck Razmic's punt and Indiana's Mike Rose recovered on the Wisconsin 22. The Hoosiers needed just five plays to score, taking a 17-14 lead on Howard's short dive. Wright came right back, firing a 52-yard pass to Tim Straka before the Badgers bogged down on Indiana's 27. Rohde, who until last-week , had never appeared in a varsity "My hair's falling out, but I'll never be bald:' Even though I ve lost most of my, hair iri front, and am still losingi a lot more. I II never be bald Because I had the Systems Process by HRS It's, a method of integrating hair back into thinning and balding areas And it s so effective it can even recreate a natural looking hairline You can see from the photo how good I look with hair again But can you imagine how good I feel ' 366-3521 Name Phone Address City 29th Street Hair Studio tk Temporarily located at the Styling Hutth 125 29th St. NE Cedar Rapids, la. 52402 VA i ii. iii H'nu'c So 70 Big 10 Standings Conl 7-0 51 42 51 41 14 34 U l-t u All 7-1 e-1 5-4 M 54 4-5 U J-7 U 4 Michioon Ohio Stole Iowa Illinois Wisconsin Indiono Purdue Northwestern ' 'Minnesota Michigan Stote SATURDAY'S RESULTS Purdue 16, Iowa 7 Micrtigon 14. Illinois 10 Ohio Slate IS, Minneula 10 Indiono JO, Wisconsin 17 Northwestern 21. Michigan Stale 14 THIS SATURDAY'S GAMES Wisconsin ot lowo Illinois at Indiono Ohio Stale at Northwestern Purdue at Michieon Michigan Slote ot Minnesolo game, then drilled his 44-yard field goal to tie it. j Ohio State 35 '. Minnesota 10 COLUMBUS (UPI) Sophomore; quarterback Mike Tomczak passed; for one touchdown and ran for! another to lead Ohio State to a 35-10; Big Ten victory over Minnesota Saturday afternoon. Tomczak who completed 13 of 17 passes for 223 yards hit tight end John Frank with a 21 -yard touchdown pass for Ohio State's first score and ran three yards for the final Buckeye tally midway through the third quarter. Ohio State's other touchdowns came on a 1-yard run by fullback Vaugh Broadnax, a 1-yard run by reserve tailback Jimmy Gayle and a 2-yard run by starting tailback Tim Spencer. Spencer, a 6-1, 212-pounder, rushed for 133 yards in 22 carries, to spark Ohio State's ground attack. It was the fourth straight game in which Spencer went over the 100-yard rushing mark and it gave him 1,057 yards for the year. He is only the second player in Ohio State history to surpass that plateau two seasons in a row. Two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin managed it in three consecutive years. Ohio State, now 6-3 overall and 5-1 in the Big Ten, started slowly with Tomczak having his long pass intercepted , by Minnesota Glenn Cardelli on the Gopher 13. Minnesota then drove to the OSU 40, but was forced to punt and the Buckeyes then marched 80 yards in 1 1 plays with Tomczak hitting Frank with 46 seconds left in the opening period.. Broadnax s touchdown capped a 59-yard, 7-play drive the next time Ohio Slate had the ball. After Minnesota's James Gallery kicked a 27-yard field goal Ohio State went 80 yards in nine plays with Gayles' TD making it 21-3 at the half. The Buckeyes opened the third quarter with a 80-yard scoring drive, with Spencer going over from the 2. Minnesota then got its only touchdown with a 71-yard drive, quarterback Mike Hohensee hitting flanker Dwayne McMullen with a 9-yard TD pass. Ohio State then capped the scoring for the day with a nine-play 61-yard drive late in the third period. Hohensee who entered, the game with a 61 percent completion record, hit only 12 of 32 passes for 98 yards against the Buckeyes. Ohio State, split end Gary Williams tied an NCAA record late in the first period when he caught a 13-yard pass from Tomczak. It was the 42nd straight regular-season game in which Williams has caught at least one pass and it tied the mark held jointly by .John Jefferson of Arizona State and John Filliez of Marshall. It was the sixth loss in a row for the Gophers, who dopped to 3-6 overall and 1-6 in the Big Ten. . riw.por firti, State Z'D nidi niui " yuu' sidgg cj' nan 'uss ' r '-a 9

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