The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 13, 1977 · Page 46
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November 13, 1977, Lincoln, Neb., Sunday Journal and Star Individual Statistics Nebraska HIPP.,;.. Anthony Stfwirt. Hagor .. OfftnsB Rushing No. Yds. ........1 4 .......23 200 ........3 13 ...... 2 9 ...... • 107 ........3 10 ........4 S4 13 90 ... 5 25 ........1 .1 ...... 2 4 ........4 17 .........4 14 ....... 2 Fassing 0 4.0 1.7 4.3 4.S • 1.0 3.0 3.1 3.7 0.0 1 4 1 33 0 0 Garcia ....... 10 Burns ...... 3 Borns ......... 1 I Pass Rtctiving No. Lokon................I Minor................1 Yds. 4 33 I.M. Hipp (32) just keeps movin’ on as the Husker sophomore churns for 20 yards on this first quarter play Hipp, who carried for an even 200 yards on the day, was finallv brought down by Caleb Rowe <2o) and Mike Beal (o3) at the KU 36. The Huskers scored their first touchdown four plays later. Punting No. Yds. ......3 94 Avo. 47.0 Smith ..... Pass Intorcoptions No. Yds. Cotton ........1 2 Off he goes It s a clear path the rest of the way as .M’ I-back Rick Bems t3at pulls away from Kansas defenders John .\lgee iTSi and Jimm> Utile (28i at the KV 45 en route ' to 63*yard touchdown gallop late in the first quarter Making sure that no Jayhawks interfere with the first of three Berns' six-pointers is Husker split end Tim Smith »84». Pont Returns No. Harvoy ..............1 Brown................3 Kickoff Rfturns No. Stfwart 1 Defense Linemen UT AT Samuel 1 1 Young .......... 0 1 Cotton .........1 3 Pensick .......... 0 1 Mintline 0 1 Leo ................0 3 PoeschI............1 1 Barnett............1 3 Andrews .........3 3 Rick 1 1 Theissen........ 1 0 Roehrs'............1 0 Yds. 4 6 Yds. 31 Kansas Offense Rushing Campfitid . Banks ..... Bethke .... Steve Smith Higgins.... Ediger .... Sam Smith Barrow .... Verser..... Johnson ... HO.Yds. Avo. .. 10 39 2.9 .. 15 40 4.5 ... 2 33 14.5 .. 13 332.5 ...2 43.0 ... 1 11.0 ,,.3 42.0 11.0 .... 1 1010.0 .... 1 3 3.0 issing No Co Yds PI 1 0 0 0 . 11 2 35 1 Bethke ..... Steve Smith Pass Receiving NO. Verser... ............1 Barrow ...............1 Yds. IS 30 Hubach Punting No. Yds. Ave, t 393 34.4 Irvin Pont Returns No. 1 Kickoff Returns .............. No. Sydney...............7 Higgins...............1 Defense Linemen Yds. 1 Yds. 131 43 T UT AT TT 7 Dinklo ...... 3 9 13 1 ZIdd ......... ,,..3 2 5 3 Beai ........ 3 4 1 G. Smith... 3 4 J Algo«...... 3 J. Young .. .... 1 3 0 2 1 2 Odell ...... . 1 23 4 Jackson ... ,,,2 02 1 Morrison .. .... 2 0 2 Linebackers UT AT TT Carpenter 1 4 5 Wightman 1 0 1 Kuni...............3 10 13 Vering ..............1 1 3 Dunning ...........0 1 1 Backs UT AT TT Pillen .............3 3 4 K. Smith...........1 1 3 Harvey ............3 1 3 Fischer............3 1 4 Anderson..........1 0 1 Walton.............1 1 3 Valasok ..........1 1 3 Paynt .........1 0 1 Linebackers UT AT S, Young ...... 4 Osborn .........1 Carbonaii.........5 Calovich...........1 Murphy ...........1 13 4 13 1 Little ..... Rowe..... Fitch..... McCarroll Irvin..... Wattelet.. Ricks..... Harris __ Backs UT 3 ..... 1 3 ..... 3 6 1 0 1 AT 1 3 3 3 5 3 2 2 Scoring MU-KU HOW Scored Time Lett f '%* Qva-’e»' 7-C Craig ll-vard run. S;11 0' *e b: »aros r e i*'* r avs r g*- •j-'M C» ‘ .e - C'C 5« »a'-cs Co''ve'’s la-C Berns aJ-yard run. 3;27 r-' *e e? y#"cs 'f- 31 « p i, set up h ne •'»e s a ea-'AS tu'-'P e Coi-vef-s or Tc>ao Seconp Qwa-'*?'' Bems lO-yard run. 5:S9 T' «e St *a<'as e s*'t p avs 5 *'‘ec P» a .i'z cv Be'-rs Cl a *1 rp-ac*" pay. Cc-tfS C" ocs *. c- 2i-c Berns S-y*rO run. 3:04 D' »e fr3 %a'3s 1 se»?" p a»s " gr g"*ec P» lurs v8'’PS P» a'‘3 ’t vd'CS 3* C.*"'.e'‘S 31 T;>cc k C». --c G.a'*f' 31-C Todd SS-yard field goal. 7:21 D' .e 8f .a-os K t a*s *• gi g'*»e3 c% a H.pp 3< ?0 »i'-as ‘Zwm t* a ‘act -as», pe-a *v AS'-sas Cpike'S'i" 31-0 Craig S-yard run. 3:47 D' ♦€ ¿5 larss IS* pidys i gt**! ¿“’es i* a 2^.3-3 *■.' C^a s 01 a ''e.e-se aie a .b-¥arc fji p, Co'‘*e'S'Oi Tpoo » c*. P3ur*i Q.iai^e*’ 4S-# Burns 3-y*rd run 13 SI D' vf 4S »8*-3$ -1 1 -ie p ayS I'gi' g***ec cy ’2- .a'3 c* Coike'S'Pn St<*.-p *■ :* 4S-7 Jonnson J-yard run 18:31 D'*e Í ya'3s f o ays -'g- g-’es P» ?*'■ ,a-c pass 5 -gaii-on Co-'ke’-s 3«.pa:i ii*c* S2-7 Stewart 3-yard run 3 S2 Oi *e at ydips ' ’I p a»s - gii-gi'ec P* a 33- ,*rc pass tvs'll *C V Coikfl^pi S,»..,p «>. aisas StO'âkAd 7- 7 '4- î : .VebrasAa defensive uckle BAjr&es Cono® *ó4- cradies the bail after intercepting a Stese Srruth pass midway through the Uturd quarter Coucn won a balUe with teammate George .4jidretis -Oil for the bail at midfield after the pass was upped The Huskers scored six pUys later Staff Photos By Bob Gorham Rarsdy Hampton Frank Varga Wtb Ray MaraW Ortimanii wmu Van Sickle Humbert© Ramlrti Husker wiagback Keasy Browi (221 and KU eoraer- back Leroy ir%1a (47> m&m to be vaUung on air as the Jayhawk def^ider flhis high to breiüt up a pass frtxn RaiKiy Garcia late in the first half.

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