The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 24, 1976 · Page 37
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 37

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, October 24, 1976
Page 37
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Monte Anthony (49) follows the lead block of Dodie Donnell helping to make an opening are Dan Schmidt (51) and Mark (45) and picks up 3 ^rdage against the Mizzou defense. Others Dnfresne (88). Head coach Tom Osborne reflects the intensity of the battle as he concentrates on sending Monte Anthony (49) into the game with a play that will boost the Husker offense. The hunter is Husker linebacker Jim Wightman (59). The hunted is Mizzou quarterback Pete Woods (18). Wightman’s tackle on this play was one of 17 registered by the junior linebacker. His total was tops for the game and included eight unassisted stops. Richard Bems (35) wants the football back after fumbling but Missouri’s Mike Newman (7) isn’t about to let him have it. Turnovers were disastrous for the Buskers who lost the ball six times. Ted Hamy (II) takai a blow <» the jk ^ but stops Joe 'Stewvt (41) ito I short pin de^ In Missouri territory. Missouri’s offensive line forms a solid wall and gives quarterback Pete Woods (18) plenty of time to hide the ball and retreat into the ^ zone for the Mggest pass play of the game. While Woods is set- tii^ up behind this fortress, Joe Stewart is streaking down ftold as the intended recover. The pass was on the money, clicked for a 98- yard touchdown and ¡wt Ml^uri ah^d for good. J

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