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The Daily Nebraskan
Friday, November 13, 1964
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able Cornhuskers again face
a formidible foe this week.
Oklahoma State's fine coach
Phil Cutchin will lead h i s
cowboys into Nebraskaland
after regaining some face in
last week's 31-7 triumph over
Wichita. The week before
passer Jerrv Rhome of Tulsa
humiliated OSU 61-14.
The Cowboys, however, are
to start when it comes to de
scribing them. (Kent) Mc
Cloughan isn't an elusive run
ner but in a foot race he's
faster than Gale Sayers. (Bob
by) Hohn impressed me most
against Kansas. He's tough,
has good speed and is a good
runner in clutch situations."
Nebraska's interior line is
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still in the thick of Big Light vo nnH Hf(in.iv(, pnH!
are terrific. Freeman White
title contention, having lost on
ly to Kansas 13-14, and having
beaten Missouri, Colorado,
and Iowa State.
and Tony Jeter are the of
fensive ends. They're both big
and have speed to burn. Their
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Wednesday, November 1 will herald the beginning of
the intramural basketball season. As in past years the
competition will be divided into leagues under three class
ifications. The seventeen leagues this year will play a '"Single
Round Robin" elimination with the top four teams in each
league going to the All-University Tourney.
Each squad and its manager will be held responsible
for the following rules: 1. All players must be eligible.
2. Each player must have a jersey. 3. Teams must have
a good official present. 4. A team that forfeits two games
will be dropped from ;lay. 5. Good sportsmanship must
be clearly demonstrated by the manager and players of
each team. 6. Each team should irain a good score keeper
to be in attendance at all games.
OSU held Arkansas, w ho is
undefeated and ranked ahead
of Nebraska in the national
ratings, to a 10-14 victory.
There is nothing the Cowboys
would like better than to hog
tie the Huskers tomorrow.
Oklahoma State scout Loyd
Tavlor scouted Nebraska last skVl vH I
week at Lawrence. Here is
some of what he said about
"This is a big. tough team
with plenty of speed. But. the
biggest asset could be its
depth. I mean depth of quali
ty," Taylor said.
"There is tremendous bal
ance in Nebraska's offense
and defense. It makes it next
to impossible to center your
plans w hen you play them.
This is a team good enough i
to make mistakes but s t i 1 1 1
capable of recovering from it.
'"Yes, Larrv Kramer is a
fine lineman.'"' the OSU scout j defensiv e ends just turn ev
continued. "Thev reallv like ' erything in and let those big
to run behind him. He ll clear interior linemen chew 'em
the way with some great I P-" Tavlor said,
blocking."' j " Just because Nebraska is
! large don't think they sit
"They've got plenty of around and wait for you.
backs. I just don't know w here They'll come after you on of
fense and defense. There is a
lot more to say about this
team but we don t have time
to repeat it now we've gotta
start getting ready for this
one or w e'll get knocked clear
outa the park," Taylor concluded.
I Oklahoma State is a dan
! gerous ballclub, because they
have been so inconsistant.
jHusker fans will agree that
any team who can beat Mis
souri, and come within one
foot, more or less, of beating
Kansas on a two point con
version attempt is capable of
giving the scarlet and cream
a good battle.
The Cornhuskers have
Chuck Doepke and Joe Mc
Nulty on the 'probable' list
for tomorrow's game, and the
Cornhuskers appear to be in
good physical condition.
The Cowboys have All Big
Eight candidate Jack Jacob
son at end, Hugh McCrabb,
202-pound guard who has suc
cessfully made the switch
from defensive middle guard,
halfback Jeff Willaims, and
155-pound halfback Larry Elliot.
I Elliot, by the way, was
'greeted by OSU trainer By-
ron Bird as he entered the
! dressing room early this fall.
Hello. Midge," Brad said
"you haven't grown an inch."
! ' Can't afford to.' said El-
Hot. "my fans wouldn't love
Coach Cutchin has some
! quotes on the upcoming Xe-
: braska game also. "It's the j
big game of the year for us
; because it is this week's
"That's life in college foot
ball," he continued. "The next
game is always the big one."
And such is life in Cornhus
ker football. The Oklahoma
State game is the Big One.
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