The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 26, 1970, Page PAGE 6, Image 6

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Associate Sports Editor
Bob Devaney doesn't have a
special post-game ritual.
He doesn't light up a victory
cigar like John McKay from
Southern California. The
Nebraska coach doesn't even
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Devaney simply enters the
Nebraska exercise room,
cracks a joke with reporters
and begins discussing the
game. But following the Cor-
ing." Nebraska coach Bob
Devaney probably isn't
whistling a tune as he
watches his reserve de
fensive units allow Okla
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nhuskers' 65-31 ; win over
Oklahoma State Saturday,
Devaney forgot about telling
A Bob Devaney-coached
team giving up 31 points was
nothing to joke about.
"I've been defense oriented
as long as I've been in
coaching," explained Devaney.
"And I take a very dim view of
anybody scoring 31 points on
Devaney shook his head in
disgust as he looked over the
statistics sheet on his clip
board. Oklahoma State had
rattled off 393 total yards.
He realized that the majority
of this yardage was a
ccumulated against the number
two and three Nebraska
defensive units, but even this
provided little consolation for
the Husker boss.
"I was disappointed in the
play of our alternate defensive
units," said Devaney. "We ex
pect our defensive unit to play
as one. It shouldn't be just the
top 11 men."
But Devaney could find little
to fault in the Black Shirts, the
Huskers number one defensive
The Cowboys could manage
only 17 yards passing and 26
on the ground during the first
half against the Black Shirts.
But it was a complete reversal
against the reserve units in the
second half.
"It shouldn't have been any
psychological thing," explained
Devaney in reference to the
Huskers 41-13 halftime buldge,
"not with new guys in there.
They should have been raring
to go to show that they should
be playing instead of reaffirm
ing the fact that they should be
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joking matter
over there on the bench with
the coaches."
" The Husker coach did admit,
however, that he even used
some of his scout squad on
defense. "The only defensive
scrimmage they get is Mo
nday," he said. "But that still
doesn't excuse their
"I hope that the fellas in
there learned a lot, because if
they didn't they sure wasted a
lot of people's time."
Devaney realized that OSU
stayed with its number one
offense the entire game. "I'm
not blaming them for that. But
when a number two or three
defense is playing against the
Co-op's Dvorak third
intramural player of week
Quarterback-halfback Dale
Dvorak of Cornhusker Co-op
ha-s been named the Intramural
Player of the Week.
Dvorak assisted in 10 of the
touchdowns his squad scored
against Delta, Sigma Phi and
Sigma Alpha Mu.
The Co-op team defeated
Delta Sigma Phi 25-20 after
being behind 20-0 at one point.
Dvorak threw four touchdown
passes in the game.
Against Sigma Alpha Mu
Dvorak led the Cornhusker
squad to a 51-6 victory. His
longest pass was a 45-yard
bomb to Jim Mallatt
"The offensive line gave me
a lot of time," Dvorak said,
"and the pass receivers made
some fine catches."
Dvorak is a senior majoring
Series starts with
"Our Unique Water
Wilderness The Everglades"
will be shown at 4:30 and 8
p.m. Oct. 30, in Love Memorial
Library. William Anderson,
producer of the film, will nar
rate. The film hj the first of five in
the 1970-71 Audubon Wildlife
Film Series. Season tickets are
available from the Extension
Division, 511 Nebraska Hall;
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number one offense, there's
bound to be some scoring."
And the 67,822 Band Day fans
that packed Memorial Stadium
obviously saw some scoring. It
was a display of Nebraska's
offense at its best.
The Husker offense,
quarterbacked for the second
week in a row by Van
Brownson, piled up 270 yards
on the ground and 275 through
the air.
But Devaney knows that it
will have to be a defensive
show against Colorado this
week in Boulder. Not many
teams can give up 31 points
against the Buffs and come
home winners.
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