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How they scored. . .
Aftor winning the (coin) toss, UCLA was unable to ( .ipii.ilif;
after receiving the opening kickoff, UCLA punted, and Nebioska
sustained a time-consuming 6 3-yard scoring drive. Tony Davis
carried the ball seven times for 23 yards and R iich Babe sprinted
for an additional 19 yards, setting up quarter back Steve Runty's
touchdown sneak with 7:53 left in the fust quarter. Rich Sangei's
point-after-touchdown (PAT) was good, and Nebraska ! 7 0
With C;13 l"ft in the first quarter, Rundy !)oig itnnbl';d 11
yards on a punt return touchdown, adding anotbci six pninis to
Nebraska's total. Sanger'5 PAT was good for a 14 0 lead.
UCl A recovered a fumblt; "o set Lip their f i't (;fi!-. Hal!l.,K
Kermit Johnson went up the middle 12 yatds ftjr the t'lwchdr-wn.
The PAT attempt by t'fren Heirara was no rjood, -o v.i'h 1:1'
remaining in ttv first (fuarter, Nebraska led 14-G,
On Nebraska's next possession, Runty thi"' , i'"i(hd(ivii
pass to Fiosty Anderson -with 13:36 left e i' - half, nppi'-y .j
77-yard drive. The PA I was blocked, 'ea"i ' N"i-.f-'ka J; .i
With 11 seconds remaining in the first h ilf, UCLA . y.f-
a 72-yard drive on quarP'rback Maik Harmon's oii"-y.)id -.luriejf.
Herrara's PAT was good, and UCLA cut Nebraska's If;. id to '') 13.
The Mu:,k.fi. ccmbin -d t'te r ir :i Davis and Wjury
Damkroger and the passing of Runt to give the Huskers h 2b 13
lead wit' 0: 05 left in the qiiftrtor. Davis scored the louchdown,
and finger's PAT was blocked again.
Another Husker BO yard drive was ended by Davis' 43 yard
touchdown romp with 13:22 remaining in the game, Sanger's
PAT was good, and the Huskers led 33 13.
The final scorr of the contest came with 2:1') left in the game.
Jeff Mor an picked up the six mts with a 3 yard dash int-t the
end ( S,ing"r's PAT was "H, (jwiru) tJebiaska a If) 13
victory. T he PAT by Sanq-r g iv 105 carter point:., a new
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