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Sunday, September

24, 1972


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earns win
By The Associated Press
NORMAN - Second-ranked Ok-
lahoma racked up more than 700
yards in total offense and com-
pletely throttled Oregon's heralded
passing attack as the Sooners bur-
ied the Webfoots 68-3 yesterday.
The Sooner defense held Ore-
gon scoreless until the Ducks got
a 47-yard fourth-period field goal
by Keith Lively. Oregon quarter-
back Dan Fouts was intercepted
twice in the first half, and the
Sooners turned the turnovers into
Senior quarterback Dave Rob-
ertson passed for two touch-
downs and scored on a six-yard
run as OU built up a 35-0 half-
time lead and exploded for 26
more points in the third period.
rifled two touchdown passes and
Mike Mark ran for two more
touchdowns as the Air Force de-
feated Pittsburgh 41-13 Saturday,
in a college football game at the
Air Force Academy.
With Air Force leading 13-7 at
the half, Joel Carlson took the
third-period kick-off 47 yards, then
scored six plays later after Hay-'
nie's 40-yard pass to Bill Murray
put theFalcons on the Pitt two-
yard line.
Pitt came back, marching to
the Air Force 32, where Falcon
Dennis Collins intercepted a John
Hogan pass at the 24. Air Force
then ate up over seven minutes,
scoring finally on. Haynie's sec-
ond TD pass of the day, a 16-
yard toss to Bob Farr.
Even Air Force freshmen scored
as Pitt gave up four fumbles, two
of them leading to Falcon scores.
Frosh place kicker Dave Lawson'
put the Cadets on top 6-0 in the
first period with a field goal, then
added two conversions later.
booted a 27-yard field goal and
quarterback Joe Babics plunged
one yard for a touchdown with one
second left as Bowling Green de-
feated Miami of Ohio 16-7 Satur-j
day in a regionally televised Mid-
American Conference f o o t b a II
game at Oxford.{
Taylor connected with 11 min-
utes, 10 seconds to go in the
final period, giving Bowling Green
a 10-0 lead.
Led by defensive back Dave
'Turner and end Bill Montrie, the
Falcons' defense held Miami tail-
back Bob Hitchens and stopped
two key Miami drives.

Nebra ska
tops Army
WEST POINT - Johnny Rodg-
ers scored twice in the first per-
iod and Nebraska added three
more touchdowns in the final four
minites of the first half yesterday
en route to a 777 demolition of
Army, the most points ever scored
against the Military Academy.
Sophomore quarterback Dave
Hnmm passed for one touchdown
and ran for another and second-
string running.. back Dave Goeller
scored twice as the ninth-ranked
Cornhuskers rolled to a 35-0 half-
time lead before a capacity Michie
Stadium crowd at 42,239.
The Cornhuskers marched 64
yards in eight plays the first
time they had the ball, with
Rodgers scoring from three
yards out after only 3 mminutes.
Nebraska had to cover only 37
and 43 yards for the next two
touchdowns, followingArmy punts.
The final two scores of the half
came after a bad snap from punt
formation turned the ball over to
Nebraska at the Army five and a
fumble by Fink was recovered by
John Button at the Cadets' 18.
IN PHILADELPHIA, four-touch-
down favorite Penn State needed a
frantic second half rally to re-
Dnlse a dogged Navy football team




AP Photo
DANIEL GENTILE, Northern Illinois pass catcher, comes down empty handed in yesterday's football
clash with Western Michigan. Bronco defenders Ron Karlis and Mike Wood smile in relief after
Gentile's miscue. Western Michigan continued smiling after the final gun, too, eking out a 14-10



Vols rout

Wake Forest

By The Associated Press
KNOXVILLE-Vol quarterbacks
Condredge Holloway and Gary Val-
buena riddled Wake Forest's secon-
dary as fifth-ranked Tennessee out-
classed the Deacons 45-6 for its
10th straight football victory.
Valbuena, a junior college trans-
fer subbing for Holloway threw
three touchdown passes and Hol-
loway connected for one and ran
29 yards for another to the delight
of a partisan crowd of 66,266.
Ricky Townsend, Tennessee's
soccer-stylebarefoot kicker, be-
gan the rout with a 32-yard field
goal, his third of the season.
Townsend added six extra points
to run his total to 14.
Then Valbuena got the touchdown
parade going with a25-yard toss
to Stan Trott in the end zone.
Moments later Valbuena caught
tailback Neil Clabo down the
middle for a scoring pass that;

nenberg intercepted Boryla's
pass and returned 26 yards to the
Stanford five.
But Albright fumbled on second
down and Roger Stillwell recover-
ed. Moments later the Blue Devils
had another chance when Stan-
ford's Reggie Sanderson fumbled
and Melvin Parker recovered on
the seven. However, Hal Spears
fumbled again and Roger Cowan

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tained drives against a rugged penn State coughed up the ball
Greenie defense. three times on three fumbles in
Bor--i-g punts by Randy Lee the first half as the Nittany Lions
k ypt the Bulldogs deep in their appe-red flat following t h e i r
own territory throughout the third emotion - packed opening game
period. defeat last week by Tennessee.
Ewing's game-clinching punt re- In the third period, Penn State
trn came after the Tulane defense took the kickoff and stormed 89
had forced Georgia to kick on yards on 13 playsfor a go-ahead
third down from the Bulldog endt
zone. Cappelletti. Navy, however, who
beat William & Mary last week
Georgia scored midway through in its opener, refused to be over-
the first period on a seven-yard whelmed as it had done in recent
run by halfback Jimmy Poulos years
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after e Hunaogs recovere . a
bobbled punt at the Tulane 25 in



pair of 80-
the secon
George Ew
yards for
down as t
Georgia 24-


covered 52 yards. vised foot
IN DURHAM, NC., Rod Garcia Orleans.
kicked a 48-yard first-quarter field The Ge
goal and quarterback Mike Baryla,
engineered a third-period . touch- which has
down drive as Stanford defeated of the most
Duke 10-6 in intersectional colle- Southeast
giate football.

yard scoring drives in a controversial play.
d period and safety Tulane safety David Lee called
ing returned a punt 57 for a fair catch and the ball ap-
a third period touch- peared to hit the ground several
he Green Wave upset feet in front of him and bound
-13 in a regionally tele- back up field. However, the of-
tball game in New ficial ruled that the ball touched
Lee and Georgia had recovered it.
orgia running attack, The other Georgia score was on
made the Bulldogs one a one-yard run by Poulos in the
respected teams in the fourth period after the issue was
Conference in recent decided.

LIFFA picked a porous Virgipia
secondary to pieces with !bur
touchdown passes as West Vir-
ginia's unbeaten Mountaineers ov-
ercame a sluggish start and rolled
to a 48-10 football victory over the
previously undefeated Cavaliers in
Before hetretired for the day,
midway in the third quarter, Ga-
liffa completed 13 of 19 passes for
299 yards and scoring srikes of 78
and 23 yards to flanker Danny
Buggs, 20 yards to tight end Nate
Stephens and 41 yards to split
end Marshall Mills.


FRAMED BY THE impersonal
faces of the fans Army's Bob
Hines (44) takes a King Fink
pass for a short gain. More per-
sonal faces belong to George
Kyros (18) and Bill Jansen of
Nebraska. The Huskers flattened
the Military Academy quite con-
vincingly in yesterday's play.




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