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4C Lfncotn Sunday fSmiaT ancf Star October Iff, T9CT Free? Magic Produces 59-Yard TD Run October 1965 Husker quarterback Fred Duda fakes a lateral to Pete Tatman (1,2) and fools Wisconsin defenders. He dashes between two more Badgers (3,4) and starts down field (5) BnJin Applauds Nebraska By RICK AKIN Turning points, post game conversation pieces as customary as coffee, are usually disregarded when It comes to the final analysis of any sort of game. But Wisconsin coach Milt Bruhn came up with a turning point in his team's 37-0 loss to Nebraska at Memorial Stadium that may be something of a record because it came just about four minutes into the game. The play came w'hen Tom Brigham fumbled a punt on the Badger 31 and Husker Dennis Carlson promptly pounced on it. The Huskers were in the end zone five plays later with 10:20 left in the first quarter.

was the turning point," Bruhn said with his tongue heading for his give a team like Nebraska a break. We gave them three or four early in the game," he said. Bruhn dipped into his bag of compliments and shuffled them around to the Huskers all the Huskers "They have a lot of depth and a lot of strength," Bruhn said. "They did everything well. They just did everything better than we did." Bruhn.

whose teams lost to a Big Eight team before Saturday, allowed Uiat he could see loads of improvement in the Huskers. just since the game two weeks ago, has come a long ways since Nebraska played Force," Bruhn said. "After watching those films, I can see lots of development." Milt, who usually manages a smile no matter what the situation and did Saturday too. picked out Frank Solich. F'red Duda and Freeman White as football players that would "star playing against any team." 44 (Charlie Winters) and 22 (Ben Gregory) are real fine football players too." Bruhn said.

"And those third and fourth stringers wanted to get in there and show what they could do too. Bruhn single any Badgers out for excellence and noted "I felt our end play fell down a little bit. They killed us on the option play. "In the second half, we never had field position," Bruhn said. Duda finds a wide avenue at midfield and cuts sharply behind blockers Chugsl With The Maill I ISIJ-WIJ Statistics I illtlllllllflllilllliiilllllllllllMlllllillllllllltlllllllltllllllllllllilltllltlllllllllllllllllllliilllllllliMillllllliltlllllli NEHRVSKA RUSHING Charlie (Choo-Choo) Winters chugs across from the one-yard line for fourth Nebraska touchdown.

Haug to Have Knee Surgery defensive end corps, one of the Husker strong points early in the season, are shrinking rapidly. The top three Husker defensive ends Langston Coleman. Mike Grace and Bill Haug are now on the injury list and Haug likely Is lost for the season. Haug, injured early in the game, will undergo surgery for torn knee ligaments and team doctors said he probably would be lost for the remainder of the season. Which Duda wins by dodging desperate tackles.

H'' Here Come the Black Shirts I More Exit Speed For NU Fans A section of concrete wall between the East Stadium and Field House at Memorial a i is being knocked out to help speed up exit after football games. Nebraska athletic director Tippy Dye said that since the north addition had been added exits had been clogged up but with part of the wall out, the problem is expected to be alleviated. PlayerAtt. Yds. Duda 6 Tatman 4 Wilson 15SO Churchich 3 20 Gregory 6 51 Winters 5 14 Brunk 11 Haasch 1 Weber 1 2 Morrison 15 P.ASSING Player AC Duda 177 84 Churchich 5 2 14 PASS RECEIVING Player No.

Yds. Jeter 2 White 219 Solich 1 29 Richnafsky 2 14 PUNTING Player Kuhel 5 39 Weber 139 KICKOFF RETURNS Player No.Yds. Gregory 1 5 PUNT RETURNS Player Yds. Wachholtz 6 Poggemeyer 9 15 PASS LNTERCEPTIONS Player Yds. Wachholtz 2 4 11 1 0 Yds.

-45 27 9 1 2 25 48 -6 76 12 0 Unis WISCONSIN RUSHI.NG IMayer Att. Burt 9 Bandor 3 Bucciarelli 2 Kaye ...................................2 Lager 1 Jankowski 6 Sohinke .........................14 Boyajian 1 PASSING Player A Burt 26 Kaye 4 Boyajian 1 P.ASS RECEIVING Player No. Fritz 2 Bandua 3 Cuccia 2 Jung 1 Lager 4 PUNTING Player Fronek .............................12 KICKOFF RETURNS Player No. 3 Si'hinke 2 Bucciarelli 1 1 PUNT RETURNS Player No. Briiihain I PASS INTERCEPTIONS Player No.

Yds. Gros.snian 1 0 Fronek i 13 Yds. 9 27 16 3 33 Avg. 37 Yds. 16 55 9 19 Yds.

1 Husker defensive put the pressure on Wisconsin quarterback Chuck Burt. Linebacker Lynn Senkbeil throws Burt for a 10-yard loss in the first quarter. Huskers Roll On And On Continued from Page 1C nii.ssed a golden opportunity to score a touchdown and just before the half Wachholtz kicked a 24-yard field goal for a 17-0 halftime lead Before Duda, who rushed for 96 yards, retired for the day he teamed up with Solicit oil a 29-yard pass midway in the third period, the opportunity coming as a result of a punt return by Waehhokz legged It to the Wisconsin .3.3. Wachholtz miss the conversion this time and it was 24-0 with 4:39 to go in the quarter. couple minutes later Wachholtz again got the Huskers in gear with another of his patented returns, this one for 55 yards all the way to the Wisconsin 11.

The North Platte junior rode behind the terrific blocks of Ivan Zimmer, Czap and John It took just two plays as the Bob Churchich guided second unit bombed in behind sophomore Charlie Winters. Winters bruised his way for 10, then one to score and Wachholtz converted. After being halted at the Wisconsin five early in the fourth quarter, it looked like the Huskers, who were finishing up with reserves, had put up the scoring togs, but not so. Len Janik grabbed a fumble by Burt at the Wisconsin 31 and this time it was Gregory who personally took charge. He carried three times for 15.

3 and 13 yards and it was 37-0. Duncan kick missed but nobody cared. With the loss of Mike, Grace and Haug, the seriously, and Langston Coleman and Kirkland already among the reserves had of opportunity to They did with Zimmer, Patton and Kiiohl Having excellent days. Kuehl averaged vards per kick, getting off onlv- one poor one. and thev were high and easy for the er forwards to cover.

Devaney sent 56 players into the action, playing nearly everyone except those who could end up as redshirts and the injured. The Lineups NEBRASKA OFFENSE Casey. Brichacek. Kudrna, Grell. Drum, Hill.

Meylan. Taucher, Wilks. Richnafsky. Churchich, Weber. Solich, Morrison, Brunk.

Gregory, Haasch. Winters, Worley. DEFENSE Patton. McCord, Narish. Strohmyer.

Stith. Zimmer. Alvarez, Unis, Janik, R. Coleman, Senkbeil. Kuehl.

Thorell. Vactor. Poggemeyer, Nettlemann. WISCONSIN OFFENSE Tietz. Currier.

Aulik. Goeke. Sachen. Cuccia, Jenson. Kaye, Boyajian.

Lager, Seninke. Janjowski. DEFENSE Maselter. Domres. Goodman.

Beisc. Wheeler. Grudzinski. PiniMm..

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