The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 7, 1976 · Page 45
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IS U Quarterbacks SparkWin^31~17 Nov 7, tf», liMili. Neb., Miy J oum I ni llir IDf oil’s. Lott Impresses Switzer Football Programs If you’ve been buying the "official" University of Nebraska football program the past couple of seasons, you’ve noticed the addition of many background stories on the gridiron game. Writers from all over the country have done articles on the origin of the game; the change in equipment since the turn of the century; offensive and defensive strategy; and the role and duties of players at various positions on a team. The idea for adding such stories to college programs acorss the country — presumably to make the program a more attractive buy, giving the fan something to peruse while waiting for the game to get underway — was the brainchild of Touchdown Publications of San Francisco. Athletic departments had long been able to sell a program which contained little more than a roster and lineups, pictures of the players and coaches, maybe a Uttle story about the two schools involved in the game and a bunch of ads. . But along came cut-rate competitors. Student newspapers started publishing special editions with the bneups and selling them for a dime. Thus the desire to upgrade the product. At Nebraska, the profit from the more expensive official program goes to bolster the athletic scholarship fund. Saturday's Goof Frankly, I was flattered when the San Francisco folks requested *‘a technical article on the duties and responsibilities of a defensive cornerback’’ which would appear in the nation’s college programs. The article should be supported, they suggested, by diagrams which would show how a cornerback ‘ reads’’ the offense and thus knows whether to protect against the pass or come up to support against the run. Other diagrams would show what his basic coverage responsibilities are on sideline, hook, crossing and fly patterns by the opposing split end. The story appeared in the Oklahoma State program Saturday — just as it did in stadiums all over the nation — without the diagrams! Can you imagine? . . falls back into the ‘hook’ zone. See No. 1” Then, there was a big No. I. Nothing more. Later the article said. ‘‘Some of the other major coverage problems a cornerback regularly faces include:’’ And that was followed by the numbers No 3. No. 4. No. 5, No. 6 and No. 7. About like trying to enjoy a TV show with a dead picture tube. Golf In December Golf and football don’t often mix for Nebraskans. By the time the gridiron season gets under way, it’s too darn cold to get out on the links. But if you re headed to Hawaii, don’t put your sticks away for the winter. Take ’em along. Lincoln Tour and Travel has three big planeloads headed for the Islands of Maui before moving over to Honolulu for the game. I’m on one, so guess who got nominated to organize a one-day golf tournament for W^., Dec 1 Somebody with a short name had better win. By the time we get "Lincoln Journal and Star Newspapers Lincoln Tour and Travel Hawaiian F'ootbaU Open Golf Tournament" on the trophy, there won’t be much room left. The Royal Kaanapali Golf Course will make a super site, I m told Water comes into play on many of the holes with 96 sand traps thrown in for good measure The back nine keeps winding higher and higher, affording a manelous view of the ocean If you’re going to be on .Maui that day. give me a call We’ll get all the tee times together and add golf to the list of memories you’ll bring back from the trip. Chadron Tops Panhandle Iowa St. 21 . SB2S4 138 31 9 162 5a3 32 659 Kantas 15 S3-141 151 16 11-24.2 7ao 3-2 535 LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Quarterback Wayne Stanley and Buddy Hardeman directed Iowa State to three quick touchdowns in the second quarter, and the Cyclones went on to defeat Kansas, 31-17, Saturday in a ag E^ht confoence football cluh. Hardeman fired a 12-yard pass to Luther Blue in the left comer of the end zone with 8:37 left in the hall to give Iowa State a 7-3 lead, then Stanley crossed the goal line on an 11-yard scamper moments later, following a Kansas fumble. Iowa State, alternating Stanley and Hardeman, moved the ball freely in ttie second half as well, but was unable to get on the board again until Scott Kollman booted a 27-yard field goal with 2:47 left. With Iowa State players talking of bowl games and their upcoming game with Nebraska, Iowa State coach Earle Bruce praised his offensive line, his ' Season Record KANSAS(M) IOWA STATI (2-2) 21 Oregon State .16 58 Drake .............14 35 Washington 41 Air Force.........6 State................... 16 67 Kent State .... 7 37 Kentucky .........16 10 Oklahoma ... 24 34 Wiiconsin.........24 44 Utah.................14 14 Oklahoma 21 Missouri..........17 State ...................21 14 Colorado 33 10 Oklahoma ....28 45 Kansas State .14 24 Kansas State .14 31 Kansas 17 3 Nebraska 31 N Nebraska 17 Iowa State....31 N «I Oklahoma N at Colorado S**!« N at Missouri team captains and the maturity of senior quarterback Stanley. "He keeps our team in gear,” Bruce said of Stanley, who is at the controls most of the game Saturday. The plan held Láveme Smith, the Jayhawks’ all-time leading rusher, to 2d yards, with fellow halfback Bill Campfield managing just 19. Iowa State 0 21 0 10-31 Kansas 0 10 0 7-17 KU-FG Hubach 38 IS-Blue 12 pass from Hardeman iKol­ lman kick) IS-5tanley )1 run (Kollman kick) KU-Vlcendese6 run (Hubach Kick) IS—Gr*en3 run (Kollman kick) IS-FG Kollman 27 IS—Maynard Stensrud 12 intercepted pass (Kollman kick) KU-Camptield 22 pass trom Vicendcse (Hubach kick) A-38 256 INOIVIOUAt LEADERS RUSHING-Iowa St. Green 24-88 Stanley 13-84, Hardeman 9-39 Kansas, Banks 14-5). Vicendese 15-50, Camptield6-29 RECeiViNG-lowa St Blue 5 91, Green 2 14 Kansas. W Smith 345, Banks 3 39 PASSING-Iowa St , Stanley 7 13-2, 112 yards, Hardeman 2-30, » Kansas, Vice- noese 5 12-0 99 yards, McMichael 6 11-2, 52, Campfield 0-1-0, 0. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penaitles-yards Kanut St. Oklahoma 22 4846 283 0 37 18-3 541 M 435 19 64436 0 39 24Ì-0 4-32 4-2 8-109 Individual Statistics NORMAN, Okla. (AP) "Thomas Lott looked like the best wishbone quarterback I have ever seen,” Oklahoma Coach Barry Switzer said Saturday after his Sooners trouiKed Kansas State, 49-20 "He got 195 yards rushing, three touchdowns and he executed the option well,” the beaming coach said of the fleet sophomore. Lott’s 195 yards was the most ever racked up rushing by any Oklahoma quarterback, but Lott didn’t know it until the game was over. "I wasn't aware I had that many yards until Coach Switzer told me at the end of the game," Lott said. "You don’t worry about that. You’re just thankful to win the game. "I kept the ball several times today when 1 could have pitched, but I wanted to hold down the errors. Our offensive Une played great today." Swit^r and Lott both agreed that Oklahoma wiU have to put out extra effort the final two games of the season. OU goes against Missouri next Saturday and Nebraska Nov 26. And Switzer noted that his squad was now in a five-way tie for second place in the Big Q^t Conference. "This gives us the opportunity to take it down to the finish playing Nebraska," he said. "Of course, we have a great challenge. We play the two best teams in the Big Eight Conference. I would rather have it that way than any othor. If we do do it (win the title), I want to do it against Nebraska." Two of Lott’s touchdowns came in the second half after the Wildcats, led by the passing of sophomore quarterback Wen- Season Records KANSAS STATI (l-l)OKLAHOMA (6-2-1) 13 BYU..................3 24 Vanderbilt 3 14 Texas A&M .. .34 28 California.......17 0 Wake Forest. .13 24 Florida St .......10 10 Florida St........20 24 Iowa St...........10 21 Missouri..........28 6 Texas ............. 6 0 Nebraska ........51 28 Kansas............10 14 Kansas ...........24 24 Oklhma St .. 31 14 Iowa St...........45 31 Colorado........42 20 Oklahoma 49 49 Kansas St ...20 N Oklahoma State N Missouri N Colorado N at Nebraska dell Henrikson, wiped out big deficits to trail only 28-20 midway in the third period. Lott pulled the Sooners ahead, 35-20, at the end of the third period on an 11-yard touchdown run. He had runs of 12 and 17 yards in the drive. The San Scoring Story NU-OSU 0-3 7-3 7-10 14-10 Nebraska Offenst Rushing Oklahoma State Offense No. Anthony 15 Berns ................13 Donnell ...............7 Ferragamo 2 Craig...................1 Yds. 55 51 11 5 -1 Ave. 3.7 3.» 1.6 2.5 - 1.0 Rus hing No. S.Taylor 25 T.MIIIer 30 Weatherbie .... 10 Dindy .................5 Bailey..................1 Yds. 75 149 37 19 11 Ave. 3.0 4.9 3.7 3.1 11.0 G(X)DWELL, Okla. (AP) - (Tiadron gained 313 passing yards to defeat Panhandle A&M 23-8 Saturday. Brad Fulta tossed 16 yards to Dale Drahota for the first score after Chad Emanuel had kicked a first quarter 37-yard field goal. John Bums, who turned over quarterbacking to Fults after suffenng a thumb injury, ran over the second touchdown from the 1-yard Une and linebadier Kent Woodhead intercepted a Panhandle pass for a 20 yard score. Panhandle notched one touchdown in the second p^od on a 36-yard run by Robert Blue. Chadron ended its season with a 4-6 record. Pauing Passing No Co Yds PI Ferragamo.. 25 17 235 2 No Co Yds PI Pass Receiving Weatherbie... 5 1 34 1 No. Thomas ...............3 Yds. 48 Pass Receiving Anthony...............5 19 No. Yds Berns ...................2 23 Lisle ..................... 1 34 Malito...................4 80 Spaeth.................. 2 24 Punting Shamblin.............. I41 No. Yds.Ave. Punting Parsley..............4 112 45.5 No. Yds.Ave. Lessman ..........4 177 44.3 Pass Intercepdons Pass Intercepdona No. Yds. No. Corker ................. 1 Yds. 29 Harvey................. 1 0 Lester ...................120 Punt Returns Punt Returns No. Yds. Ne. Yds. Butterfield ..........2 5 Hankins ................1 16 Kirkoff Returns No.Yds. Kickoff Returns Berns ...................2 59 Ne.Yds. Craig .................... 123 T.Miller................ 112 Defense S.Taylor................ 1 13 UT AT TT Dtftnst Linemen UT AT TT Pruitt............................1 Samuel ........................3 10 11 5 1 Linemen Pullen ..........................1 7 1 L. Turner.....................S i 5 10 Fultz ...........................4 3 7 Dokes .......................... 2 1 5 1 Andrews......................3 3 6 Butler ..........................5! 5 7 Phillips........................0 4 4 R. Allen.......................( 1 4 4 Weinmaster ................0 1 1 Avanzini.......................1 1 0 1 LlnrbACkers Dawson........................11 0 1 C. Pillen .....................14 16 30 Lintbacktrs Wightman...................3 9 12 Weimar........................3 1 2 9 J. Corker .....................4 4 1 Backs D. Edwards ...............1 1 1 2 K. Smith........................2 9 1 Valasek........................3 4 7 Backs Harvey ........................2 2 4 Coppola ................... ...* 1 4 1 Butterfield ...................0 2 2 Lester..........................: 1 3 é J. PHIen......................10 1 Irions...........................i 1 1 4 Hansen........................01 1 KIrven..........................I1 0 3 Nebraska Basketball Season Ticket Drive Thank You,Nebraskans \Hm (NBt 85% THIRÍ Purchase your Season Tickets I todayl Nylhere'e only 1,250 leH ft, 500 ^ University of Nebraska Ticket Office Phone 472-3111 .^1 SIASON TICKfTS-ORDfR NOW! Diiregëfd Ihi» bUak if you tr* » tetfion béikejbdil Uckit holder or hévt pUted un «rder. SF.^SON! 0 NO Of si : ats □ You will be* billed at a later date Kriurn Tbl» t.«rd Tu AthlfliC Tickn Otlwe P t) Huk 6.848 Lmeoln S- WIiUl 472 3111 N.VXtl. - •,000 II )• ,\UUHi.hS. i:irv .bJATl.---------- jjjj HU uu UH gjj Hew Scored Second Quarter Daigle 37 field goal Drive: 4 yards in 4 plays. Set up by fumble recovery by Dokes. Third Quarter Malito 34 pass from Ferragamo Drive: 75 yards in 7 plays. Highlighted by 10,16 passes from Ferragamo to Malito. Conversion: Eveland kick. Miller 15 run Drive: 80 yards in 9 plays. Highlighted by 34 pass trom Weatherbie to Lisle. Miller carried for 33 yards including TD run. Conversion: Daigle kick. Fourth Quarter Spaeth 6 pass trom Ferragamo Drive: 57 yards in 8 plays. Set up oy 39 cickott return by Berns. Highlighted by Ferragamo passes to Malito (20), Berns (7) and Thomas (7). Conversion; Eveland kick. Oklahoma State 0 3 7 0-10 Nebraska 0 0 7 7—14 Attendance - 76,272 Time Left 9:35 4:02 :07 11:57 Antonio, Tex., product, vdiose second quarter touchdown gave Oklahoma a 28-7 Ml, got his third touchdown from three yards out early in the final period to put the pme out of reach. The victory, which ended a two-game Sooner losing streak—their longest since 1970—left Oklahoma with a 6-2-1 over-all record and a 4-2 mark in the Big Eight. Oklahoma is now in a five-way tie for second place in the conference and could gain a share of the title with wim over Missouri and Nebraska. Kansas State dropped its eighth straight game despite Henrikson’s passing for 283 yards-the biggest Wildcat aerial total since Dennis Morrison was quarterback in 1971. Halfback Horace Ivory also scored three touchdowns in the rout. Kansas St 7 )0 3 0-20 Oklahoma 21 7 7 )4—49 0«ia —Ivory 4 run (von Sckamann kick > Okla —Ivory ) run ivon Sctiamann kick) KSU-LOvely 1 run (Sinovic k.ck) Ok a-KingX run i von Sctiamann k.ck ) Okla-Lott 2 run (SmoviC kick KSU-Whitley9passtrom Hennkson (S ■ novic kick) KSU-FG Sinevic » KSU-FG Sinovtc 39 Okla —Lott II run i von Sctiamann kick) Okla—Lott 3 run (von Scfamann k.ck) Okla —IvoryS run (von Scnmartn kick) A-7I.)84 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING—Kansas State. Brown 2) 7) Okianoma. Lett24 l95. 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