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Tuesday, Nvoernber 11, 1975

TM MICM IGAN DAILY

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Tuesday, November 11, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PO§e Nine

Cowboys cut

down by Chiefs

By The Associated Press
DALLAS-Ed Podolak ran for
a pair of touchdowns in a 43-1
second span late in thensecond
period, then caught a decisive
five-yard scoring pass from
Mike Livingston midway
through the fourth quarter to
gve the Kansas City Chiefs a
mistake-riddled 34-31 Nationall
Football League victory over the
Dallas Cowboys last night.
The triumph lifted Kansas
City's record to 4-4 and put the
Chiefs two games behind front-
running Oakland in the Ameri-
can Conference West. The Cow-
boys dropped into second place
in the National Conference East
withea 5-3 mark, one game be-
hind Washington and St. Louis.
THE NATIONALLY televised
game was replete with blunders
on both sides. In the end,
though, it was Dallas' fifth fum-
ble, a bobble by Robert New-
house, which paved the way to
Podolak's third touchdown.

Daily j
Sp orts
NIGHT EDITOR:
TOM DURANCEAU
i i. ": ;:lftfl,
Podolak's performance offset
Roger Staubach's two touch-
down runs and two scoring
passes to Golden Richards for
the Cowboys. But it was a pair
of interceptions thrown by Stau-
bach when Dallas was playing
catch-up in the closing minutes
which finallykilled the Cow-
boys.
Livingston's big play came on
a third-and-five situation with
Dallas linebacker D.D. Lewis
blitzing. Livingston flipped the
ball over Lewis' outstretched
arms, Podolak caught it at the
three, faked middle linebacker

Lee Roy Jordan out of his shoes,
by wheeling to the inside, then
dove into the end zone to give
Kansas City its final three-
point margin with 10:07 to play.

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THE COWBOYS had two ser-
ious chances to regain the lead
which shad wobbled back and
forth almost like a basketball
game.
Three good defensive plays
were the key to the Chiefs vic-
tory. John Matuszak sacked
Staubach on Dallas' first drive.
Then interceptions by Mike Sen-
sibaugh and Willie Lanier iced
the upset for the Chiefs.
SNFL Standings'
American Conference
Eastern Division

Baltimore
New England
N. Y. Jets
Central Division
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Houston
Cleveland
Western Division
Oakland
Kansas City
Denver
San Diego
National Conference
Eastern Division
Washington

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Dallas
N. Y. Giants
Philadelphia
Central Division
Minnesota
Detroit
Chicago
Green Bay
Western Division

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7
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Los Angeles 6 2 0
San Francisco 3 5 0
New Orleans 2 6 0
Atlanta 2 6 0

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AP Photo
Dallas Cowboy cornerback Benny Barnes seems to be heading Kansas City Chief running back
Ed Podolak in the second quarter of last night's NFL game. Podolak scored one of his three
touchdowns on the play. The Chiefs led by Podolak and a tough defense, in the closing min-
utes of the contest, won the error filled game with the Cowboys 34-31.
This Week
in Sports
Tuesday
VOLLEYBALL at Eastern Michigan

Stats

'n

Stu ff

National Rushing Offense
Avg.
1. MICHIGAN 355.9
2. Georgia Tech 350.4
3. Arkansas 342.5
4. UCLA 337.1
5. Ohio State 332.9
6. Texas 332.9
National Individual
Rushing Leaders
Player Yds.
Ricky Bell (USC) 1549
Herb Lusk (L. Beach) 1299
Mike Voight (N.C.) 1111
Archie Griffin (OSU) 1187
Jim DuBois (Florida) 1151
Chuck Muncie (Cal) 1150
Tony Dorsett (Pitt) 1116
.tsA-s

F. Williams (Arizo.St.) 1108 123.1
Total Gordon Bell (MICH.) 1070 118.9
3,203 Earl Campbell (Texas) 1037 115.2
3,154 Note: Big Ten statistics are for
2,740' conference games only. National sta-
3,034 tistics are for all games. Rankings
2,996 are by averages, not totals.
2,996
National Scoring Defense
PA PA/pg
Avg. Texas A&M 49 6.1
172.1 Ohio St. 59 6.6

Nebraska
Central Mich.

85 9.4
95 9.5

Big Ten Individual Rushing
Yards Avg.
G. Bell 798 133.0
Griffin 742 123.7
Marek 694 115.7
Pruitt 660 110.0
Lytle 614 102.3
Dierking 583 97.2
Total Defense in the Big Ten
Total Yards Avg.
Michigan 1276 212.7
Ohio State 1383 230.5
Michigan St. -1780 296.7
Minnesota 1957 326.2
Iowa 1980 330.0

Friday

144.3-
138.9
131.9
127.9
127.8
124.0

Alaba:
Arkan
Citade
Rutger
Arizon
MICH

ma 60 65.7
sas St. 61 6.8
el64 7.1
rs 64 8.0
na St. 78 8.7
IGAN 80 8.9

New USC Coach named}
LOS ANGELES -John Robinson, a disciple of John McKay,
was named Monday to succeed his ex-mentor as head football
rn~h ^f''hi U~ i aitu f RSo thern Califarnia Trojans starting,

HOCKEY at Notre Dame
VOLLEYBALL SMAIAW tournament
at Grand Rapids1
Saturday

is

ioac o u7nversy o u

McKay,
nounced 10
new Tampa
season.

winningest coach in Southern Cal histi
days ago that he was quitting to head
Buccaneers of the National Football Lea

Robinson is currently an assistant with the Oakla
of the NFL, handling that team's offensive backfie
he took this year after three seasons under McKay in
capacity at Southern Cal.

sYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING at
FOOTBALL at Illinois
:ory, an- HOCKEY at Notre Dame
d up the CROSS-COUNTRY NCAA District
Championships at Bloomington,
gue next Indiana
RUGBY at Detroit RFC
VOLLEYBALL SMAIAW tournament
nd Raiders at Grand Rapids
eld, a job NCAA Football 1:30 p.m., time and
teams are tentative, channel 7
a similar WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS 5 p.m.,
channel 7, events to be announced
NHL HOCKEY 9:30 pam., channel 9,
-Bgy AP Chicago at Montreal

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CHICAGO - Linebacker Calvin O'Neal, who led Michigan's
defense in a 28-0 victory over Purdue Saturday, has been named
the Big Ten Player of the Week on defense by The Associated
Press.
O'Neal, a 6-foot-2, 230-pound junior from Saginaw, Mich., was
in on 14 tackles including eight solos as Michigan posted its
second shutout of the season.
O'Neal also is Michigan's tackler for the season. He has 116
including 75 solos.
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