The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 24, 1972 · Page 32
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 32

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Sunday, September 24, 1972
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4 C Lincoln, Neb., Sunday Jotirnal & Star, Sept. 24, 1972 -fn » -• 'Vi • t« The first of 11 Nebraska touchdowns against Army Saturday came on this Johnny Rodgers’ (20) effort. Tight end Jerry List (85) and running back Gary Dixon (22) provided the right amount of running room. »iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii!! I Staff Photos I I I I Bob Gorham j I Haralcl Dreimanis I AP WIREPHOTO SifniiiiniiiiiiiiitiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiitHiiiiiiiiiiHli Nebraska’s John Dutton rushes in to put a stop to the passing of Army’s Kingsley Fink during the first half of Saturday’s game at West Point, N.Y. Sharp Eyes On Defense With plenty of time provided by his offensive line, Nebraska’s sophomore quarterback Dave Humm (10) concentrates on the Army defense and his receivers before releasing for one of his 14 completions in 18 attempts. ri ^1. »4*VI ,v,;>" Another Husker getting into the scoring act Saturday was I-back Dave Goeller (28). He scored twice, once on this short dive in the second quarter. Steve Runty (13) pushed the Iluskers’ scoring total into the sixties when he zipped through this opening in the Army fortress in the fourth quarter. His run made it 62-0. Making Like The Huskers This feathered scatback took off on a Nebraska- like jaunt Saturday and proved elusive for the Army cheerleaders.

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