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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Page 20 article text (OCR) ArttariMs TIMES, Sim;,.'Oct..'27, 1*74 ...FAVrmVILLC, ARKANSAS coming crowd Saturday that he Huskers Hold Determined OSU Assault LINCOLN, Neb. (API - Ne- raska cornerbacks A r d e l l ohrison and Jim Burrow made ey defensive plays in the final iree minutes to halt Oklahoma late drives and preserve a 7-3 ictory for the ninth-ranked tornhuskcrs in a- Big Eight inference football game Sat- irday. With Nebraska holding a 7-3 ead, Johnson recovered Cow- Ky quarterback Charlie Weath rbieV fumble on the one-yard ine with 3:22 showing on the lock to stop an Oklahoma itate drive.that had covered 79 ;ards in 10 plays. The Husker offense could not lustain a drive on the next eries and had to punt. Okla- uima State started its linal Irlve on its own 38 yard line. bVeatherbie threw three in- lompleted passes and his ourth aerial was picked off on he !14 by Burrow who returned t to the 33 with 55 seconds re naming in the game. 'Nebraska's lone touchdown fame in the third period when ullback Tony Davis poppped iver from the four-yard line. ·His tally capped an ll-play~, J9-yard drive highlighted by Quarterback Dave Humm's 30- fcard pass to Ritch Bahe on Ihird down. J Oklahoma State's only score tame with 12:01 remaining, in w«:. r fourth period, when Abbie Daigle put the Cowboys on the board with a 32-yard field goal. · That three-pointer was set up when Weatherbie hit Leonard Thompson with a 38-yard pass on the Husker 39. But the Cowboy drive was stymied on the Nebraska 10. It: was an expected defensive ehow. Nebraska went into the game ranked second nationally In total defense, and Oklahoma State is ranked;third in that department. Auburn Wallops Florida Slate By 38-6 Tally AUBURN, Ala. (AP) --Quar- lerback Phil Gargis passed for two touchdowns and ran for another Saturday, and fifth-ranked Auburn came to life in the second half to wallop Florida State 38-6.' Gagris - scored on a J 16-yard run as the undefeated Tigers handed Florida StateS;ts: -19th defeat in a row before an Auburn homecoming ·" .crowd of- 58,709. .-{ f ' y .,,. Auburn, with the. fourth best defense in the nation, held a 7-6 halftime lead. · But Auburn came out of the dressing room fired lUg'.and .scored the got the ball in the second 1 half.' · Florida State gained'only;.i!Q: yards rushing but secqnoVstnng. quarterback Jimmy 1 ' ~ Black' passed for 110 yards. Florida State, which scored on a pair of field .goals by;'Alv met Askin, came wjthin...tiyo. yards of a touchdown:-A-pass 'from Ron Coppess to'Ed ·'Beck- man: gave the Seminoles a first down on the two but' the Au-' burn defense withstood the test and grabbed the ball on a fumble in the end zone. Griffin Helps Buckeyes To 38-7 Big Ten Crush Of Northwestern Predicted Toughie Turns To Runaway /n's/i Breeze Past Miami EVANS I UN, HI. CAP) -- Super tailback Archie Griffin churned 173 yards on 19 carries to match a National Colegiate Athetic Association record as top-ranked Ohio State crulshcd Northwestern 55-7 in Big Ten footnan .· Saturday. Northwestern add: Saturday. Griffin, who left (he runaway contest midway through the tliird quarter, tied the record'of 17 consecutive 100-plus yard rushing games set by Okla- Florida Seminoles Demolish Duke 30-13 For Homecoming GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- fney. he pitched out to James Junior quarterback Don Gaf- Richards, who rambled 68 loina's Steve Owens in 10GB-69. G r i f f i n , who scored the Ihird of Ohio State's eight touchdowns, has rushed 1,050 yards this season, making hrm .the first Buckeye ballcarrier in his tory to surpass . l.ODO yards in two successive seasons.' Northwestern, contributing, to its own downfall by having Ihree intercepted. passes. turned into touchdowns, engineered a surprising 85-yaad drive in 21 plays to gain a 7-7 tie late in the first quarter on Jim : Poo- SOUTH BKND, Ind. (AP) -Quarterback Toni Clements engineered five firsl-half scoring trivcs and seventh-ranked ^olre Dame raced pasl highly regarded Miami, Fla., 38-7 in a college football game Saturday. The Irish, now 6-1, quickly made a shambles of what had been expected to be a rugged defensive battle by marching 79 yards in six plays the first time they had the ball. Clements lofted a perfect pass lo tighl end Pete Demmerle, who took it in stride at the 10-yard line and sped in for a 47-yard touchdown play only 2:00 into the game. The Hurricanes, 4-2. .matic their most serious scoring cf- Davls, Washington In Top Form 'ney showed a happy las mastered Florida's bone offense, tossing two touchdown passes . Gators to a 30-13 rout of Duke. Gaffney set 12th-ranked Florida's sixth ' tory in executed a perfect option Sooners Smash K. State ort of Ihe half on their opening rive, pushing 70 yards lo the ^lotre Dama 10. But Grls Den- ils missed ii 26-yard field goal. Irish linebacker Doug Becker ·ccovercct a fumbled Miami punt reliirn «l tha nine, and ullback Wayne Bullock look Jlemenls 1 lunuloff In for the ouchdown on (lie next play. Dave Reeve hooted a 28-yard ield goal lo cap Notre Dame's jrsl-QUiirlcr scoring. Miami quarterback Kary Baker completed his first pass of (he game, bill then failed to connect on all but one of 12'olh- crs in the first half. Free safely Randy Harrison picked one off and rolled 44 yards down (lie sidelines for. an Irish score in on his and. a touchdown midway through the Pilt Nips Tough Navy By 13-11 ler's seven-yard touchdown run nation in both rushing and total halfback Joe Wash- offense, amassed 530 yards on yards untouched down the left Ohio the ground against the Wild- backing of Steve Davis, second- raced 92 yards with the return sidelines for a touchdown. anked Oklahoma smashed to a cats, who entered the game as ' The Gators drove 64 yards in for a 14-7 lead and Ihe rout was the third' best team in the Big 13 plays the second time they 35-0 halftime lead .and went on to bury the Kansas Stale Wild- the second quarter. Eight in rushing defense. and leading . the handled the ball, Gaffney pass- The combinalion T cats 63-0 in a Big Eight football g the final eight lo light end burgh's Tony Dorsett overcame Clements twisted in for eight, yards .. quarter lead as Davis scored on Alvis Darby for the touchdown. three funviles with Cornelius Greene oulmannecl Wild- a three-yard run and then min- Pass -interceptions set up two ules later hit split end Tinker Florida touchdowns in the sec cats even though Coach: Woody seven games when he the game averaging an amazing 8.8 yards per carry, scored Owens for a 31-yard touchdown 6-foot,' 188-pound ond quarter and a blocked punt lend Ihe Panthers to a 13-11 co on, the third. down. of. the game. lege football victory over Navy for a safety made the halftime stars in the third period with senior (hen hit light end Ken . . . As Duke converged on Gaf- 133 yards in only 17 carries in The two scores capped drives Ohio State ahead 42-7. the first-half Sooner blitz of 77 yards in only nine plays four-yard pass with 14 seconds Washington and the rest of and 56 yards in six plays. Dorselt scored from the t w o Reserve fullback Clyde Rus- yard line midway in the Tina field did not play a down after sell ignited the second period period lo end a 67-yard. 14-plaj Except for one series in the drive he kept alive with a five third quarter, Notre Dame used classed Wildcats, who dropped yards into the end zone on yard run en a fourth-and-five first-down situation at 7:45 be- situation on the Navy seven. fore the half. After Davis scored one touchdown Navy came right back will Miami's touchdown came in and passed for two others as the third quarter an 80-yard drive led by the Oklahoma Wishbone rolled and goal situation at the two. Sooners swept 40 yards in sev- man quarterback Alike Roban to "369 total yards in the first 30 en plays with Washington going hit tighl end Phil Au in from the nine. Davis' 20-yard from the one anc! made a two gust. The play was set up by The -victory was the Sooners' point conversion on Rod H u f f m a n s 37-yard run on a fake punt. in a row and their 24th Steve 'Hoffman ended the frst- pass to Kevin Sullivan with 1:2 game without a loss. half scorng wlh 2:01 left. remaining in the game. OPEN DAILY ?-9; SUNDAY CLOSED MON., TUES. f WED. ... aufief'. KMS 100 4-PLT POLYESTER CORD MUD/SNOW BLACKWALLS Keg.23,97-A78xl3 Inspection r ? f Station I PfasFJE.T. 1.78 Each RMNMTED FREE NO TRADE-INS REOLNRED ALL TIRES PLUS F.E.T. EACH WMTEWALLS 2.44 MORE EACH Volleyball Wonderettes The Arkansas Tech women's volleyball (earn this year includes four .players from Northwest Arkansas. Clock;wise, from top.left, are Beverly Hanking of. Elkins a n d Carol Rise*, Karen Osborn and Linda Pardue of Fayeife- ville. The Wondereftes are 9-11 for the .season and have five more games scheduled before the Arkansas Women's Intercollegiate Sports Association championships Nov. 8-9 at Slate College of Arkansas' Fan-Is Center in Conway. Arkansas Stile Blasts 5IU 41-16 ' CARBONDALE, 111. (AP) Arkansas State broke loose for 405 yards on the ground lo lake an easy 41-16 victory over Southern Illinois here Saturday. Led by darting tailback Willie Harris, the Tribe erupted for 24 points in the second quarter and were never headed. Harris, who has been slowed by a leg injury, rushed 27 times for 180 yards, including a 62- yard run in the third period. He scored on a three-yard run in the second quarter. : Fullback Stan .Winfrey scored the .first Indians' TD on a two- yard run. then Harris scored, senior Joe Duren kicked a 31 yard field goal, Roy Painter returned, an interception 52 yards for. a touchdown, then Duren kicked a field goal of 29 yards. ASU's other- scores' came on three-yard run by Tommy Foulks and a 23-yard pass from quarterback James Flynn lo tight end Jamie Klipsch. SIU's two scores came in the final quarter against ASU's No. 3 defensive unit, Thg Indians, now 3-2 for the year, play host to Northeast Louisiana in Jonesboro at homecoming next Saturday. SIU is 1-6 for the year. Columbia Triumphs NEW YORK (AP) -Mike Delaney completed three long touchdown passs and ran for another'score to lead Columbia to its first victory of the college football season, a 38-33 triumph over Bucknell Saturday. 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