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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska • Page 29

Publication:
The Lincoln Stari
Location:
Lincoln, Nebraska
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29
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Nov. 3, 1968 Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star Husker halfback Joe Orduna hurdles the right side of Iowa defensive front wall as Cyclone defensive back Tom Elliott f29) arrives at the scene too late to prevent first six points. imtVlDVAL STATISTICS Nebraska Rushing No. Net Avg. 72 3.3 Schneiss 7 .35 5.0 Davis ........................16 87 5.5 Ziegler 6 32 5.3 Sigler 5 -17 Green 1 0 0.0 Passing No.

Comp. Yds. Sigler 17 12 161 Cyclones Please Majors Receiving No. Yds. TD Ziegler ........................2 55 0 Penney ........................6 84 1 Ingles ..........................1 5 0 McFarland .................2 24 0 Davis ..........................1 4 0 Punting No.

Agv. Stephenson ........................8 37 Kickoff Returns No. Yds. 25 Kickoff Returns No. Yds.

Stephenson ........................1 8 Ingles ....................................4 8 Interceptions No. Yds. Hornbacher ........................1 10 Stephenson ........................1 0 Iowa State Rushing No. Net Avg. 41 1.9 Allen 8 73 9.1 41 4.1 Johnson 3 19 6.3 2 4 2.0 Davis 1 4 4.0 Passing No.

Comp Yds. Wawler ...................28 10 108 Receiving Yds. TD Allen ............................1 27 0 Stowe ........................4 .38 0 Campbell ....................2 19 0 Davis ..........................0 4 0 24 0 Punting No. Avg. Brouillette ..........................5 44 Punt Returns No.

Yds. Elliott ...................................2 -4 Punt Returns No. Yds. Allen ...................................2 31 Campbell ............................1 4 Guge .....................................1 4 Ames, Iowa State football coach Johnny Majors found consolation even in defeat Saturday. the sidelines we looked more like a football team than we have all year.

This was our best total effort to said the rookie coach of his sophomore-laden team. He acknowledged that mistakes were again for the Cyclones. fumbles killed us early. You make mistakes against a ball club like Nebraska and expect to he said. He was particularly impressed by the Nebraska backs.

has a very strong football team. Their running backs execute with he said. ran with determination than backs we have seen he said of the nhuskers. The damage came Dick Davis (16-87), Orduna (22-72) Dan Schneiss (7-35) and Mick Ziegler (632). said that he was pleased with the second half defensive effort of the Cyclones.

Nebraska scored only on Paul field goal with five seconds left. defense did a good job. They could have quit, but they he said of his club. Majors called the play which the second half touchdown drive as a pasture had it in for a couple of weeks, but had the guts to use he said of the play which has quarterback Jon Warder pick up the ball and toss it across the field to a back standing amongst the other 10 Cyclones. as crisp in the first half as we were in the said Majors.

more any this Cor- from Joe I Photos by I Bob Gorhaui 1 Web Ray I liarald Dreimaiiis illlllllllllllllllllllllllltllillllllllillllilllllllllllllllli Nebraska end Tom Penney (85) and Iowa Tom Elliott both have the same intention, but neither end up with the football as the Cyclone defender was called for pass interference in the second quarter. Offense I.INK.MEN-McKarland. Topliff, Patterson, Delaney, Brichacek, Winter, Ashman, Buda, Armstrong, Williams, Hansen, McGhee, Ingles. Ghee, Penney. Ingles.

Orduna, Green, Rogers, Ziegler, Fro.st, Vactor, Schneiss. Defense l.l.NKMKN Wynn, Gutzman, Liggett, Hornbacher. Periard, Murtaugh, Kobza, Geddes, Fiala, Walline, Avolio, Best, Larson, Morock, Hawkins, Heller, Steph- eiiMJii, Decker. Iowa State Offense Ll.NK.MKN Lorenz, Campl)ell, Brouillette, Berna, Bliss, Gaffin, Heske, Richards, Easter, Mc- Stowe. Tisdale.

Harris, Davis. King. Guge. Iowa State Defense I.INEMEN Potter, Wilkinson. Dimitri, Boiler, Griglione, Jones, Withrow, Fiat, Powers, Boyington, Waller, Renner B.ACKS—Washington, Simonds, Elliott, Hilden, Karber, Williams, Snell.

Dick Davis successfully steers through heavy Iowa State traffic behind the blocking of tackle (ilenii Patterson fpr the second touchdown. Husker guards Joe Armstrong (85) and Mel Brichacek pave the way for Dick Davis (45)..

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