Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph from Colorado Springs, Colorado on October 1, 1972 · Page 35
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Air Force Blasts Visiting Davidson ‘(Continued from Page 1-C) ,b e h i n d Eddie Womack. He terback Bob Thompson couldn’t'raced in for the score to commove the ball in the final min- plete the 87-yard record-setting ute of the second period. jaunt. Once Air Force got on the With 9:43 left in the fourth board in the third quarter quarter freshman quarterback (5:26) the rout began. ¡Ray Wild immediately directed ‘ tt.aynie, who set up the fifth | the Falcons 67 yards in 10 plays TD with a 13-yard quick pass | in less than four minutes going over, the middle to Murray,¡over from the two himself for found the 218-pound sophomore I the TD. two. plays later for the score! Davidson’s lone score came from, three yards out. Vith less than three minutes Murray scored his first ttuch-jleft in thé game. Jeff Heinicka down as a Falcon with Creas-1 crashed over from the one to man," who at 5-8 gave away six complete an 80-yard drive in 14 inches to the tight end, hanging'plays. all over him in the end zone. ■ Bob Homburg broke through At 4:03 defensive end Gene ko knock down Shipp’s two-point Ogilvie decked Harper, who was pass conversion attempt, trying to pass, which brought | Air Force kept the ball on the Shipp back into the lineup. Air ^ ground with time running out. Force got the ball afler a punt ¡This time Wild used only six and heeded nine plays to go 78¡plays to go 62 yards. He sent yards. I third string tailback Abe Abra- F1 anker Frank Murphy;ham through the left side and dropped Haynie’s pass in the | the senior speedster was off to end zone but Mark took the the races. He went inside, broke third and four handoff and did'outside and simply outran the some fancy stepping into the secondary for 37 yards and the end zone with no time left in Falcons 10th TD. the third quarter. That made it 41-0 but the scoring wasn’t over. Sunday, Oci, I, 1972 Colorado Springs, Colo. Gazette Telegraph— 5-C Four More Records Set by Air Force; One Long Pass By MORRIS FRASER Gazette Telegrapin Sports Editor Thompson and (Ray) Wild don’t have the command of our of- GAME VTATIffTICS O ; First nowM ................... 10 I Net Yard« Rushinc ............ 91 Prill, playing as a linebacker ^T^ai'^Yafds^’cMwd in a T13CC nravAnt citiiotinn Return Vardagc 0 AF 35 197 «23 PICKING A HOLE — Fullback Bill Berry (45) picks his way through Davidson’s defense en route to 149 yards during Saturday’s game at Falcon Sta- pass prevent situation,,^"“« 17 31-3 1121-0 dropped back in the flats, pick-i .......... ^ 0-0 ed off a Shipp aerial and raced Penaitie« Yard* nc 22 »! 28 yards untouched down the Davidson e « ■ « sideline for his first Air Force! gc»nn, su JlrV* TD. ! A**" Forcf—Berry, 1 run (l.awson kick), c, , . K- r, Force-Berry, 2 run (l.awson kick), anortly later Air Force was Air Force-CarUon. ll run (Lawson backed up deep in its own ter- Alr ¿oti-e-Smith. ao paa. from Hayni* ritory with Thompson at the^‘;“iS;,“5iir,.,. j h „„ i , - -.............................. threw deep down the east side-' Air I'orce—Prtii, 2 § interception Johnny Rodgers danced for hne to Farr who gathered the Air Forc^Farr, »7 pans from Thomp«on two touchdowns and Gary Dix- pass in on the run at Davidson’s A\r'”For‘l:^"wud^ 2 run (Lawson kick), [on scored three times on short Davidson-Heinicka. 1 run (paw faued). ^uns as seventh-ranked Nebras- dium. Berry was the game’s leading rusher with Air Force taking a 68-6 victory. Tom Fleischer (20) and George Weicker (24) try to make the stop. (Gazette Telegraph Photo) Johnny Rodgers Goes Wild in Nebraslca's Big Victory point try and (b) Rich Haynie hadn’t fumbled a snap on anoth- Setting records is old hat with j^j^gg » er kick attempt. Air Force. Over tta past sev- left f'"‘*V ‘>'««'0™. »!* eral seasons hardly any sta^ the second most ijamered by dards have been sacred. Four ^ .u. Air Force. The Falcons scored ZrdXurJi: Colorado state in records Saturtay. i», and ,t is comeidenee Hiat Like an «7-yard touchdownAir Force visits Ft. Collins Sat- pass from Bob Thompson to deep.,“''‘'*'J'- Bob Farr, both sophomores. junior varsity was off in No Air Force team in history. And, in an unofficial sense, ^ further, has done so well at the also was the longest outlet pass 52 players, beginning of the season - or in in the history of football. including four freshmen. All of any three consecutive games. The Falcons did httle wrong them, needless to say, played. They have 154 points, an aver- agamst Davidson, and the fact, pavidson of 51.3 a game and already showed in the statistics. The pj^yj^^g tackling have exceeded or tied the sea- total offense figure of 623 y^rds ^^^^^^ son total of six campaigns — eclipsed the old mark. So did ..pgvidson hit very hard even 19^7 (125), l%n (147), 1961 (87), the total of first downs (35) and outmanned,” 1964 (106), 1966 (154) and 1967 first downs by rushing ( 26 )^ 331 ^ Martin. “They kept coming Well, that last really only «6d many wea-i In fact, the Falcons should the record. p^^^^ j guess.” rank second in scoring national- But back to that outlet pass Wildcats did indeed not ly when NCAA statistics are re- for 87 yards. Ben Martin almost jgj^^ ^p scored late in the leased early in the week, came right out and said “ ;f„uj.th period on Jeff Heinicka’si Further, with the upsets that shouldn t have happened. one-yard dive. Not content with plagued Arizona State, Tennes- The Falcons were on their for see and Colorado over the week- own 13-yard line. It was 48-0 Falcons could find and the teani was more inter- having none of it and themselves higher than 17th ested in playing time than any ^jgn (UPl) or vote-getters (AP) when more touchdowns. : have the national polls come out. ^ Thompson, a lefthander with reached 50 if Mark Prill, drip-' You get a heady feeling at 6,an accurate short-range arm (it pj^^g ijnebacker slot, 800 feet. And at the academy, says here), dropped back and intercepted a pass and there’s more than topography looked for a receiver about five ^ 2 g yards to make it now to account for it, or six yards deep. He was cov-.^g ^ ________________ j Then, too, the score might Albatross captured Roosevelt I His secondary man was Farr,]j^gyg j^gg^^ ¡j kicker Dave Raceway’s $91,000 Realization a swifty, who was o^t-sprinting j hadn’t flirted too much Pace in world record time and his defender. Thompson threw upright on an extra raised his earnings to $932,161. the ball into the air, and;------— " — - - -----------LINCOLN, Neb. (AP)-Bril- Bobcats Tumble Fnirons •\ir Force—Abraham, 37 run (Lawson kick). Harper Ingold HcinickM McCallum S(U .4ir Fflrr* Carlson SIMLA - Simla scored 26 »"'k points in the second Saturday and romped to a ,‘^-6 AbrlTham" victory over Falcon in a Black iJolfner Forest League football game. G4MF iTATIffrU'8 Harper F * .Shipp Kimt I>owTi» 4 1» .Air Forr* Yard« Ruahinic 174 283 Ha.vnie >ard* Pajwinif 2S 107 Thompson Total VartU Gain«» 19B 490 Pa*»M 2-8-2 6-14-2 Davidson PiuiU-Avrrai!« 8-20 1 SI VValkrr PpnaUiM-I.oat S-.l 3-2 D^vis PMaltiu Yard» 6-<iO 5-.T5 ai , Karr* Brorlng ADmmar; Murrav F.lrt» ............. ^ ^ » ««!• . •»«#-» ^rlaon F - Jardmt 10 run (kirk failed) Mark .S . C*u»ic 19 paw from I>. Eurich (kick \jurphy failed» Karr S • Rurlrh 30 run (FUirlrh nin) S . team nafety !t . Cuaic 30 paaa from FXinoh (Ktirirh S - Winxard M paw from Cu»lc (klrk|^*'^ time leading touchdown-maker with 35 and caught seven passes for 127 yards to set a Big Eight career record for receiving yardage, 2,070. ka crushed Minnesota 49-0 Sat-^ The combination of Dave iNDivinrAj-^OTATisTics urday. Humm throwing and Rodgers re- cr Tdn A»*^ Although Dixon scored on ceiving led the Huskers to a 2815 3» 2.6 runs of four, two, and six yards 0 lead at the half. The points All-American Rich Glover came on Dixon’s three runs and 24. a stingy defense, it was Craig Robinson Signs 4"3 and 1.0 led 9 30 3 13 2 2 Cr. Id* A»« 17 *3 4 9 Rodgers who stood out as Ne- 4.5 braska won its eighth straight 2.5 from the Gophers to run its 1^» season record to 31- and leave 3.5 Minnesota winless after three First di)wn.<< Rushpsyard.« Pa.s-sinc yards Return yard* Passes Punts Fgmbles-lrwt Penaltie.s yards VJt-! Minnesota : Nebraska fensive tackle Craig Robinson, With New Orleans NKW ORLEANS (AP)■ 20 149 12 54 2 S I -2 6 7* 5 .•« 6 21 FaMln« All cmp vdi Til int games. * 1 « n W S ¿1 Rodgers returned a punt 64 23, a 6-foot-4, 250-pound rookie,' *1» 107 * *"o for a thiid period signed Saturday by the Na-i „ 3 2 90 1 0 touchdown in a twisting, , r, n i * TO turning run which brought a leagues "Memorial Stadium record Orleans Saints. T»> crowd of 76.217 to its feet roar-^ Robinson, who played college 1 ing when he spun and trotted football at Houston, was with an eight-yard Humm pass to Thompson ran underneath it at Dave Gaylor to end a lengthy the Davidson 40. He just kept drive. on going and broke the school Meanwhile, Glover and his record of 80 yards set by Bob ‘‘Black Shirts” defensive Parker and Ernie Jennings in teammates throttled the Goph-; 1970 against Wyoming, ers with the exception of onei “It’s a fan pass for a 6-8 yard | second period drive which ran gain, planned,” said Martin. | out of downs on the Nebraska '“Thompson read the defense' well and hit Farr. No, we didn’t Mmn<MM>(a Nebraska Call it.” Martin quickly scotched budding rumors that maybe — just Falcons were .Ì0 62-293 7 4ÍÍ-93 51 28 21 2-0 trying to get a lot of points to oV^o o^^^earn further national 7 21 14 7—49 Neb—Dixon 4 run (Sanger kick) Neb—Dixon 2 run (Saager kick) Neb—Goeller * oasa from Humm (Sanger kick) Neb—Dixon 8 run (Sanger kick) Neb—Roger« 64 punt return (Sanier // NOTICE ii Pimling failed) N» S 9 No 4 3 1 1 3 1 Nfl. 8 No. 3 Yds 5« 77 Yds 48 28 6 3 as r Yds 31« Yds 82 Mouj kick) ixew Neb—Rogers 2 run (Sanfer kick) i Neb—Moran 1 run (Sanger kick) 1 A-76,217 recogni-: |tion. j “We limited our quarterbacks! to passes only to maintain possession from the fourth quarter on,” Martin said. ‘‘We were under wraps. To All Men and Boys NOW THERE IS AN All NEW BARBER AND STYLING SHOP IN COLORADO SPRINGS DELFINO'S W« offer a complete line of iervlcet Plus: Coloring - Facials - Hairpieces Permanent Waving - Shoeshines Manicures by Marilyn Miss B J Allison - John Sullivan . 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