The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 31, 1976 · Page 31
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Cyclones Rip KSC Defense East Tops LHS For 1-80 Win October 31,1»W, U dco I b , Neb., Siiodiy JMnil liá Itir SD^ Individual Statistics Offenst UT AT TT Firif downs Rushes yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbleslost Penalties-yards KSU 15 «-1>2 135 33 9-27-3 6-328 4-4 4-32 ISU 31 73 -351 156 19 12-26-1 3-41.3 3-4 875 AMES, Iowa (UPI) — Junior quarterback Buddy Hardeman scored two toucMowns and gained 108 yards on the ground to push Iowa State to a 45-14 Big Eight Conference victory over Kansas State Saturday. Hardeman scored on runs of five yards and 14 yards on two of his 19 carries to push ISU to fr-2 for the season and 2-2 in the Big Eight. The loss dropped Kansas State to 1-7 on the season and (M in the conference. Kansas State was unable to score uritll late in the game against a detormlned Cyclone defense which limited the Wildcats to 172 yards on the ground and 135 in the air. Iowa State had 31 first downs and rolled up 351 yards on the ground and 156 in the air for 507 yards total offense. Slotback Ray Hardee started the Cyclone scoring on a seven- yard run with 10:15 left in the first period. It was the second time the Cyclones had been deep in Wildcat territory in the opening five minutes of the game. The Wildcats fumbled three plays after the kickoff and the CyclcHies scored just over three minutes later when fullback Cal Cummins ran in from the three. The Cyclones added six points midway through the second quarter on Hardeman’s first scoring run and scored again on a 39-yard Scott KoUman field goal to give them a 27A halftime advantage. Season RKord KANSAS STATt (1-7) IOWA STATi (6-i) 13 BYU ........3 M Drake ..........14 14 Texas A&M ,. .34 41 Air Force.......6 0 Wake Frst ... 13 47 Kent Slate ... 7 10 Florida St .20 10 Oklahoma —24 21 Missouri..........28 44 Utah............14 0 Nebraska.........51 21 Missouri.......17 14 Kansas............24 14 Colorado.......33 14 Iowa State ... 45 45 Kansas Sate .14 4 At Oklahoma N At Kansas N Oklahoma St. N Nebrska N Colorado N At Oklahoma State On their third possession of the third quarter, ISU scored again when reserve tailback Greg Grove went through the center of the line for seven yards and a touchdown. A Kansas Sute fumble on the first play after the kickoff gave the baU back to the Cyclones, who scored two minutes later when reserve fullback Frank Cooper went in frmn the one. With Just four seconds gone in the final period, KoUman booted a 30-yard field goal and Hardeman scored his other TD with 2:22 left in the game. The WUdcats did not get on the board until four minutes were gone in the fourth period when second string tailback Tony ft-own went around left end for six yards. The Wildcats’ other score came with Just 33 seconds left on a one-yard plunge by Brown. Kantat Slat# 0 0 0 14-14 Iowa Stata 12 10 13 10-4S iSU-HardM 7 run (kick failed) ISU-Cummini3 run (pass (ailed) lSU-Hardeman5run (Kollman kick) • ISU-FG Kollmar. 39 ISU—Grove 7 run (run failed) ISU-Cooper 1 run (Kollman kick) ISU-FG Kollman 30 KSU-Brown6run (Sinovie kick) ISU—Hardaman 14 run (Kollman kick) KSU —Bro^n 1 run (Sinovie kick) A-43,500 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - Howard (KSU) 5-52. Hardeman (ISU) 19-108. RECEIVING - King (KSU) 4 54, Blue (ISU) 5-79 PASSING - Henrikson (KSU) 9-135; Stanley (ISU) 8-1)0 After three straight setbacks this season, Lincoln East finally tasted victory against Lincoln High in the finab of the 1-80 Conference volleyball tournament at the East High gym Saturday. The Links had defeated the Spartans in regular season play, again in the Trans-Nebraska Kearney Nips Mo. Western First downs Rushas-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penaities-yards ' ■ . Comhusker Quotes Quarttrback Vinca Farragamo On Kanus — "No team in the Big Eight ever gives up. We all have too much pride to give up. They piayed sound tough footbaii but we were abie to move the baii." On Nebraska receivers Chuck Malite, Bobby Thomas and Dave ShamMln — "They were fantastic ail day. Malito made a phenominal catch on one drive. You know passing is a two-way street. You have to have the receivers, and we have them." "They ran a lone most of the time and tried a few blitzes, but not as many as Missouri, in a blitz, we have what we cail a hot situation where i iust dump the baii off to one of the backs." WIngback Davt Shamblin When Kansas defensive back Tern Fitch was called for Interference setting up Nebraska's second touchdown on KU's one-yard line — "I thought it was a bad cail. The ball already was over my head and I tripped over his (Fitch's) foot, i toid him after the play it was a bad deai because it was a bad call." On his touchdown reception — "i just ran a simple out pattern and the guy was already pretty well beaten because he had gone for Bobby's (Thomas) fake. Vince iust flipped It and I caught It. What I like during that drive was the fact we had four straight passes. Bobby, Chuck (Malito) and I got together at halftime and talked about it. It was pretty gratifying. And it gave us a 21 point lead Instead of 14. That's a big difference." Offtnsivt Tpckit Sttvf Hoint About playing against all-American Mike Butler of Kansas — "This Is the second time I've played against him and he ranks up there with LeRoy Salmon (Oklahoma). He is the best I've played against this year — very quick and agile." Coach Tom Osborno Noting the fact seme ether Big Eight schools will net allow the press In the lockerreem — "I can't forsee that happening at Nebraska. It seems to be a sensitive subiect in the conference at the moment." Kansas Quotes Dtfoniivo back Skip Sharp On Vince Ferragame'i passing effechveness - "We didn't have a real good pass rush at all today. Nebraska's receivers weren't real quick, but they all ran great routes. What they did have was fantastic hands. That No. II (Dave Shamblin) made one hell of a catch in the first half. "Another thing about the receivers. They were always trying to get their downfield blocks, so you had to read run or pass. They were always coming right at you. "I didn't think Nebraska hit as hard as Oklahoma State or Oklahoma, but you can't deny they're good." Dtftnsivt tacklf Mikt Butitr Why his strong early pass rush fizzled — "The first two times he (Farragamo) passed, I was on an outside rush and got through. After that, the fullback came up and helped out. "He (Oodie Donnell) is a hard runner, and a devastating blocker. Expeclally what I saw against Missouri. Down on the goal line, he lust killed Missouri's linebacker with his blocks twice." Htad caacb Bud Moora "We lost to a real fine football team. But I do think we helped them be a little better than what they really were. You lust can't make the mistakes we did, like penalties In the end zones and fumbles, and beat a team like Nebraska. They'll take advantage of them every time. "Our defense played well at times, but without any real consistency. Nebraska's passing success was a combination of protecting their passer, running good pass routes and having the ball on the money." Quarttrback Scatt McMicbaal "We went Into the game with no set offensive plan. We were just going to try end do what their defense dictated us to. "Personally, I didn't have a very good day today. I'm not sure what the problem was other than my timing was a little off. I iust wasn't able to throw the ball to the right ****^'*We knew we were going to get a lot of different defensive stunts, but we lust weren^t able to handle ail of them." Kaa 22 69-312 103 35 7-16-1 6-38 2-0 6 70 Wai 12 30-19 248 94 17-33-1 5-45 3-1 4 56 St. Joseph, Mo. (UPI) - A 30- yard field goal by Paul Waggoner in the final seconds of the first half proved the winning difference as Kearney State defeated Missouri Western, 1614, Saturday. Kearnay ...................... 0 16 0 0-16 Wisfern .......................6 0 0 8-14 W#» — Randall 25 pa« from Johnjon (Kick failed) Kaa — Burke 3 run (kick failed) Kaa — Bolin 15 pa« from Roach (Waggoner kick) Kaa — Waggoner 31 FG Wa* — Henry 10 pajs from Johnjon (Johnson-Johnson pass) Peru Corrals Victory, 14^7 Culw Peru First downs..........................12 9 Rushes-yards 57-166 54-288 Passing yards ......................25 i 27 Return yards ......... .44 73 Passes 20-9-2 6-1-0 Fumpies-losf 2-0 3-3 Penalfies-yards ....... 6-90 6-59 Canton, Mo. (AP) — Rain and mud hampered play here Saturday as Peru State scored a 14-7 non-conference football victory over Culver-Stockton. Peru...........................7 7 0 0-14 Culver-Sfockton.............0 0 7 0—7 Peru — Carter I run (Todd kick) Peru — Rosenback I run (Todd kick) Culv - Lowe 1 run (Fanger kick) Kearney State Harriers Win Fairbury — Kearney State's Lola Osten edged Nebraska’s (Tynthia Dixon for top individual honors to lead her team to the title in the Southeast Community College invitational cross country meet here Saturday. Osten clocked 18 36 for the rain-soaked three-mile course, one second better than Dixon in the third annual meet. Other NU medal winners were Kelly Hiatt, who finished third in 19:01, and Cindy Vickers, who finished eighth in 20:05. Top Individuals I Lola Osfen, Kearney, 18 36, i Cynfhia Dixon, NU, II 37, 3 Kelly Hiaff. NU 19 01, 4 There« Soukup, Wichita Stale, 19 09 , 5 Eileen Malpeine, Kearney, tourney and a third time in the- city tourney. It appeared that the Links might continue their mastery over East vrtien they won. the first game by the score of 15-8. But ^Rt regrouped and downed LHS 15-9,15-5 to win the match. East earned its way into the finals by defeating Papillion 155,15-10 in first round play in the single elimination tourney and then downing Southeast 15-10 and 15-0 in the semifinals. LHS drew a bye in the first round and then topped Northeast by scores of 45-10 and 15-7. Earlier Northeast had defeated Raison 15-1, 12-15, 15-3 and Southeast downed Millard 154, 5-15, 15-7. Leading scorers for East in the championship match was Ann Heermann with 12 points, while Becky Grant and Val Salinas added 8 and 6 respectively. Cindy Bridgeman and Kathy Wilson served for eight points apiece for the Links. East now carries a 144 record into the district tourney to be held at East High this week. Defending state champion Lincoln High will bring a 13-3 record into the districts. The districts will open Wednesday at 7 p.m. with Northeast taking on Southeast. Thursday will have Lincoln High playing the winner of the LNE- LSE game at 6 p m. Beatrice plays East at 7:15 p.m., and the finals are set for 9 p.m. on Thursday. Nebraska Offense Rushing Anthony ... Borns ..... Ferragamo Stowart.... Steward ... Higgs...... Craig...... No. Yds. Ava. . 16 774.8 . 14 63 4.5 ..9 576.3 .. 1 1 1.0 .. 7 52 7.4 .. 4 18 4.5 .. 2 18 9.0 .. 2 00.0 .. 1 -2-2.0 Passing No Co YdsPI Ferragamo ..27 14 1991 Garcia ___ .1 0 0 0 Pass Receiving NO. Yds. Thomas ... ........2 73 Malito..... ........3 37 Shamblin .. ........4 39 Spaeth..... ....... 1 9 Craig ...... ........2 37 Barns ..... ........15 Oonnail___ ........11 PuntLng No. Yds. Avo. Lessman . 5 215 430 Pass Interceptions No. Yds. Harvay ___ ...... 1 1 Punt Returns No. Yds. Butterfield ........431 Pruitt ....................0 3 Wright .... 4 194.8 Androws ............... 0 1 McMichael ....14 382.7 SamufI ................. . 200 Ediger — .....5 18 3.6 02 Campfitid . .....1 22.0 PoeschI................. . 10 1 Lissak..... .....3 1 0.3 Gast ..................... . 2 02 Linebackers Passing No Co Yds PT Wightman ............. . 6 1 7 McMichael ...8 1 14 1 Plllen, C ................ 10 212 Backs Pass Receiving No. Yds. Vaiasak.................. 2 02 Ediger .... ........ 1 14 Smith ..................... 20 2 VanderMeer........... . 101 Punting Harvey .................. 8 19 No. Yds. Ave. PHIen, J.................. 01 1 Hubach — ..... 9 320 35.6 Young ................... 202 Pass Interceptions Offense No. Sharp .............. 1 Emerson(fumble) 0 Yds. 2 n Rushing No. Yds. Ave. L. Smith 14 64 4.6 Banks ............ 7 28 4.0 Kickoff Returns No. Yds. Higgins..............5 102 Linemen Young ................. Balagna .............. King.................... Butler................. Jones .................. Calovich............... Marghelm ............ Linebackers Boyer .......................1 Beeson ................. 15 Dlnkel.....................I Backs Fitch..................... Golub..................... Johnson ................. Sharp..................... Higgins .................. Harris.................... Reust..................... Irvin...................... Ricks..................... Rowe..................... Craig Kickoff Returns No. 1 Yds. 16 Defense Linemen UT AT TT Davis.. Pullen . Fultz .. Phillips Scoring Story NU-KU Time Left How Scortd First Quarttr 7-0 Ferragamo 1 run Drive; 37 yards In 9 plays. Set up by Pullen fumble recovery, highlighted by 15 pas» from Ferragamo to Craig. Conversion: Eveland kick. Second Quarter 14-0 Spaeth 9 pass from Ftrragemo Drive: 35 yards In 5 plays. Set up by VanderMeer fumble recovery of kickoff, highlighted by 17 run by Donnell. 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