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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, September 28, 1971

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By SANDI GENIS
While Big Ten action was tarn-'
ishing the national championship
hopes of several of the country's
finest collegiate grid squads this
past weekend, as Colorado.dented
Ohio State's seemingly invincible
armor and Purdue nearly squash-
ed the.Notre Dame attack, else-
where in the nation premier teams
were faring somewhat more profit-
ably.
Among the top ten contenders
in the nation playing outside the
Big Ten, Nebraska, Texas, Au-
burn and Alabama all managed
to retain their undefeated status
and remain for another week in
the race for the national champion-
ship.
A touch of razzle-dazzle keyed
the Cornhuskers' 34-7 rout of the
Aggies from Texas A&M. Demon-
strating an amazing ability to
break for the long gainers, two
Nebraskans pulled off sparkling
returns for touchdowns to help run
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Starting his first varsity game in
his five year collegiate career, the
super sub scored two touchdowns
and led the team to 1wo others to
keep the third-ranked Longhorn
hopes for a national title alive.
Meanwhile, in the Southeastern
conference, the Bear was on the
prowl again.
Behind the four-touchdown per-
formance of halfback Johnny Mus-
so, the Crimson Tide of Alabama
made mentor Paul "Bear" Bryant
the fifth winningest coach in grid

fine quarterback Johnny Reeves,
victimizing him for two intercep-
tions which it converted into
scores.
In contrast to the displays of
awesome offensive power, else-
where in the country, defense high-
lighted the crucial conference clash
between SEC powers Auburn and
Tennessee.
In a game played betwen the'
20 yard lines, a kicking duel be-
tween Tennessee's George Hunt
and Auburn's Gardner Jett resulted

Dennis Wigginton led perrenial history with a 38-0 win overj
grid power Texas to 28-0 blitzing Florida.
of conference rival Texas Tech The eighth-ranked Tide, who up-
before the largest crowd in con- set USC in its season opener, ef-I
ference history. fectively bottled up the Gators'

in all the scoring until three min-
utes remained.
Auburn's aerial master Pat Sul-
livan finally managed to -jenetrate
the tough Volunteer defense with
four consecutive completions to set
up the tying touchdown run.
With only 2:44 to go before the
final gun, the spotlight again re-
verted to kicker Jett as he booted
the extra1point for fifth-ranked
Auburn's 10-9 winning margin.
Another wishbone offense met
with more than a little success as
Oklahoma devastated Pitt 5527.
The Texas-style backfield, tearing
a page out of the Longhorns' play
book, rolled up 232 yards on the
ground, scoring the first five times
it held the ball.

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consecutive games.By DEBBIE WISSNER
Sparking a 21 point second half, Let one thing be made perfectly
Johnny Rodgers opened the third clear: Nebraska is still the reign-
period with a blazing 98 yard ?ick- ing king of collegiate football. But
off return, while safety Bill Bosch with Michigan's mighty Wolver-
took an intercepted aerial 95 ines climbing the national polls,
yards for a score in the fourth Cornhusker coach Bob Devaney is
quarter. preparing his forces for a good
To add a little excitement for fight.
the Aggie routers, Hugh McElroy To remain atop the polls, De-
also got into the act with- a 94 vaney must lead his Huskers
yard kickoff return of his own for through the Big Eight unscathed,
and make no mistake about it,
the only Aggie points.were taking Nebraska will not abdicate without
their lumps, a new star shown a battle. v
rather brightly in the Lone Star In fact, Devaney predicts, "The
state. Subbing for injured Long- team that wins the Big Eight title
horn quarterback Eddie Phillips, this year will be national cham-
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led the Cornhuskers to smashing
victories over Oregon, Minnesota,
and Texas A & M.
On the receiving end of three
Tagge TD passes in the Minne-
sota game was slotblack Johnny
Rodgers. The 5-10, 171-pound jun-
ior, who finished the 1970 reason
with a total of 1674 yards gamed
by rushing, receiving, and on spe-
cialty teams, provides the Husk-
ers with a great breakaway. threat.
Also in the backfield, I-Back Jeff
Kinney is rated as an All Ameri-
can candidate.
Devaney says he would like
more depth in the offensive line,
although he does have four re-
turning tight ends and four vet-
erans at the guard positions. He
is also concerned about place-
kicking.
The defensive unit seems solid,
with the return of defensive end
Willie Harper, tackle Larry Jacob-
son, and linebacker Bob Terrio to
lead the way. They are backed
up by an experienced secondary.
Perhaps the best team to stand
in the way of a second Big Eight
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championship for the Cornhuskers
is Oklahoma. The Sooners have
looked very impressive in non-
conference games, including a 55-
29 victory over Pittsburgh last
week.
Coach Chuck Fairbanks has a
veteran backfield returning in run-
ning backs Joe Wylie, Greg Pru-
itt, and Leon Crosswhite, and
senior quarterback Jack Mildren,
who is superb at executing the
triple-option.
The Sooners will try to augment
their usual bruising running game
with a more wide-open aerial at-
tack. This means developing better
protection for Mildren, was was
forced to scramble for his life
most of last year.
Another vulnerable spot is pass
defense, an area in which the
Sooners gave up 1905 yards in
1970. Fairbanks is also looking
for a place-kicker.
1971 could be Colorado's year, if
the Buffaloes can keep up the pace
they've set. After upsetting Louis-
iana State and Ohio Stte, what
else is there? Well, just possibly
a victory over No. 1 Nebraska
in their October 30 nationally tele-
vised clash.
Colorado started the season with
excellent veteran running backs
and receivers, and a good defense.
The only question marks were the
offensive line, and the quarter-
back spot. However, the new
starters, including quarterback
Ken Johnson, are gaining the
necessary experience and confi-
dence rapidly, and the Buffs
haven't been hurting so far.
If there is a dark horse in the
Big Eight, Iowa State fills the bill.
The Cyclones believe they have
the talent to throw a scare into
the pre-season favorites.
Almost a complete offense re-
turns for coach Johnny Majors,
and it made its presence known
in the Cyclones 44-20 victory over
New Mexico. However, Majors
must replace seven defensive
starters.
With the graduation of Lynn
Dickey, Kansas State coach Vince
Gibson has changed his offense
from a wide-open passing game to
a balanced running and passing
attack. Leading the Wildcats are
running backs Bill Butler and
Isaac Jackson. Junior Dennis Mor-
rison replaces Dickey at quarter-
back.
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