Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on September 14, 1980 · Page 60
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Sunday, Sept. 14, 1933 Santa Cruz Sentinel 59 Utah Crushed, 55-9 Redwine Runs Wild, Ignites Nebraska LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Iback Jams Redwine scored three touchdowns and rushed for 179 yards as eighth-ranked Nebraska walloped Utah 55-9 Saturday in a nonconference college football game. Redwine had 147 yards rushing by half-time. He raced 67 yards for his first tally in the opening quarter, and capped an 80-"yard Nebraska drive with an 8-yard scoring run in the second period. His third touchdown, and final carry of the game, came on a 6-yard run with 9:44 remaining in the third quarter. umtss Quarterback Jeff Quinn scored on a 4-yard run to climax a 67-yard drive on Nebraska's first possession. . Utah's only first-half score came on the Utes' next possession, as Gilbert Alvarez booted a 42-yard field goal against the wind. Utah's only touchdown came early in the fourth quarter on an 8-yard run by Del Rodgers that polished off a 67-yard Ute drive. Hilria Johnson's 37-yard run set up the Utah touchdown. Michigan 17, N'Western 10 ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -Sophomore quarterback Rich Hewlett threw a pair of touchdown passes to fleet wide receiver Anthony Carter to lead Michigan to a 17-10 Big Ten football victory over stubborn Northwestern Saturday. Northwestern marched 41 yards in nine plays early in the fourth quarter and fullback Dave Miser plunged 1 yard into the end zone to pull the underdog W ildcats into a 10-10 tie before a crowd of 100,824 in Michigan Stadium. The Wolverines got a break moments later, however, when co-captain Andy Cannavino fell on a Kenny Watkins fumble at the Northwestern 23. Three plays Iter, Hewlett found Carter alone in the left corner of the end zone behind Wildcat defender Lou Tiberi and drilled a strike for the winning TD. Missouri 47, New Mexico 16 COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - James Wilder ran 51 yards for a touchdown and Terry Hill caught an 8-yard scoring pass before 17th-ranked Missouri pounced on New Mexico mistakes for three fourth quarter touchdowns and swamped the Lobos 47-16 Saturday. Missouri's offense was rendered almost helpless in the first half by a stunting, gambling New Mexico defense that enabled the Lobos to upset Brigham Young 25-21 in their season opener a week before. But although the Tigers had only two first downs and 104 yards of total offense in the first half, they led 19-7 on Wilder's touchdown, a safety and Bill Whitaker's 23-yard interception return of a Brad Wright pass. Leading 26-1, Missouri scored three touchdowns in a one-minute, 43-second span of the fourth quarter. Purdue 12, Wisconsin 6 MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Mark Herrmann passed for 347 yards to set up field goals of 30, 48, 19 and 40 yards by Rick Anderson, leading 20th ranked Purdue to a 12-6 Big Ten college football victory over Wisconsin Saturday. Herrmann, who had a sprained thumb and didn't play in the Boilermakers season-opening 31-10 loss to Notre Dame a week earlier, picked apart Wisconsin's defense by completing 27 of 43 passes. v - ?r ' NV'--. -:: - --X " ' n i. ' - -v' dy"" J .'fVA' fur"''4- 1 U X Y v s'": :'-' -Csf"--' I ' :,:'. ..r-;,. ;1 (AP Laserphoto) Michigan defensive back Marion Body dumps Northwestern quarterback Mike Kerrigan in a Saturday college football game. Comeback Victory For Sooners Watts Leads Run-Oriented Oklahoma NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - The passing arm of senior quarterback J.C. Watts was a major factor in fourth-ranked Oklahoma's 29-7 comeback win over Kentucky Saturday, but Coach Barry Switzer said the Sooners will keep doing what they do best run the football. "J.C. Watts has a good, strong arm and Soccer Bowl Berth For Sockers dbimmiss FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -Ray Hudson and Teofilo Cubillas scored mini-game goals Saturday to give the Fort Lauderdale Strikers a 2-0 victory over the San Diego Sockers and their first berth in the Soccer Bowl. San Diego evened the best-of-three series with a 4-2 victory in the 90-minute regulation game, but the Strikers dominated the Sockers in the 30-minute mini-, game for the American Conference championship of the North American Soccer League. The Strikers will meet the Cosmos in Washington Sept. 21, giving controversial Coach Cor van der Hart a Soccer Bowl berth in his first season. Van der Hart has been a figure of controversy since being hired from Holland last year in a move that ousted popular Ron Newman, who resigned and eventually wound up as the Sockers' coach. A crowd of 18,400 watched as forward Hugo Sanchez led San Diego to a 4-2 regulation victory before Hudson and Cubillas, who each scored in Fort Lauderdale's 2-1 first-game victory in San Diego Thursday, led the Strikers back. Hudson scored 57 seconds into the mini-game after taking a pass from Gerd Mueller on a give-and-go play. Cubillas cinched the victory at 20:32 on an assist by Steve Ralbovskv. can pass well," Switzer said. "But we will be a running football team, and we will pass when we think it will help us." Oklahoma, the nation's leading rushing team in the 1970s, had trouble running the ball for much of the afternoon against the Wildcats, who were as much as three-touchdown underdogs. Switzer said he wasn t surprised because Kentucky is a good defensive team. He said both he and Wildcat Coach Fran Curci also agreed the heat played a big role in their teams' offensive problems. "I was concerned about this game." Switzer said. "We knew Kentucky had a good football team, with good athletes. We were not surprised they played as well as they did." Curci said his Wildcats "played as gutty a game as I've ever seen a team play. It was sloppy as it could be. but so was OU." One thing that wasn't sloppy was the quarterbacking of Watts after he shook off a leg injury and directed the Sooners to three fourth-quarter touchdowns. Switzer said Watts was hit in the back of the thigh with a helmet. "He was warm and he worked it out. He was all right, but he probably won't be able to run tomorr-row." Kentucky, of the Southeastern Conference, quieted Oklahoma partisans by taking a 7-0 lead after a mistake-riddled first half. Watts was helped off the field after he was hit at the end of an 11-yard run midway through the third period. Reserve quarterback Darrell Shepard came in and directed Oklahoma the rest of the way on an 80-yard scoring drive with halfback Chet Winters bolting 13 yards for the score to tie the score. Auburn 10, Tex. Christian 7 FORT WORTH. Texas (AP) - Auburn quarterback Joe Sullivan rifled a 15-yard touchdown pass to tight end Bill Grisham to propel the 18th-ranked Tigers to a season-opening 10-7 Saturday night non-conference football victory over Texas Christian. The favored Tigers, staked to a 3-0 lead at halftime. drove 70 yards for the clincher behind the power running of James Brooks and George Peoples. Grisham. took the winning pass just inside the end line late in the third period. Steve Stamp, replacing TCU starter Kevin Haney with six minutes left, led TCU 46 yards for its lone touchdown, a 3-yard pass to flanker Stanley Washington. The TCU payoff pitch came with 5:08 remaining in the contest between the Southeast Conference Tigers and the Horned Frogs of the Southwest Conference. ...... TCU got the ball back with three minutes left, but Stamp failed to connect on three desperation passes. It was freshman Al del Greco's 38-yard field goal with two minutes left in the half that opened the scoring. 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