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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1976)
Wednesday, octcber 13, 1970
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UNO succumbs 43-0 to Huskerfrosh offensive
Dy Rob Barney
UNL's freshman football team's winning streak reached
13 games Monday after rolling to an easy 43-0 victory
over the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) junior
Coach Guy Ingles crew moved the' ball with apparent
ease against arch rival UNO, churning out 428 yards rush
ing against the Mavericks.
Two Omaha natives led the way for the Huskcrs.
I-back Tim Wurth ran for 103 first-half yards and fin
ished the game with 125 yards.
Another I-back, Frank Taylor, scooted for 1 17
yards on only nine carries. A third I-back, Glen Lewis
rushed for 94 yards on nine attempts. .
r The offense moved almost at will but made some
mistakes," Ingels said. The backs ran well but let the
ball go." The Huskers fumbled six times and lost four.
Taylor scored the first touchdown on a 40-yard run
'during the Buskers' first possession of the game. Taylor
also broke a 31-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
It felt real good out there today," Taylor said. The
Big tackle takes
fo. help win Husl
By Rob Barney
For Bob Lingenfelter, a 6 ft. 7 in. and 277 lb. AII
American offensive tackle, it's little mistakes that make
his season trying at times.
"I'm doing some things really well,' said the senior
from Plain view, adding that little mistakes bothered him
in the early games.
He has said he would have. to concentrate more on
getting his steps down.
"I have to get the inside position on the guy across the
line from me," he said, or" doing whatever the play calls
for me to do to be successful'
Lingenfelter was named to many pre-season Afl
American teams. However, he said personal honors are
secondary to team success.
"My highest goal, and the team's, is. to win the Big 8
and national titles," he said. "This is my last chance to
win a national title in college. I sure would like to wear
one of those national championship rings."
He said he wants to play professional football.
Td rather not say where I would like to play, but I
would like to go to a team that I could play for and help."
If Lingenfelter does make it in the pros after
graduation it would be a big step, from Plainview., where it
all started for him.
blocks were there. I've been working hard the last couple
of weeks because coach Ingles told me I would start.
Wurth also made some big runs and scored the I luskers
second touchdown on a five-yard run in the first quarter
He later had an 18-yard scoring scamper called back.
The I luskers' two other touchdowns also came on
long runs. Lewis ran 41 yards for a score in the final
quarter and Steve Davics added a 40-yard run,aho in the
UNL's defense allowed UNO only 32 yards rushing on
40 attempts and 125 yards passing. The Husker defense
also recorded a safety in the fourth quarter.
The freshmen beat Kansas State University's junior
varsity 36-8 two weeks ago. In the 3-y ear-old UNO
series, UNO has yet to score on the Husker freshmen.
Ingles cited defensive lineman Tom Matthies, Gary
England, Reg Yeager, Dan Pensick, Brian Hcdrick and
John Fischer for outstanding games.
A third phase of the game, kicking, also' was a bright
spot for the Huskers. Wingback Tim McCrady, a walk-on
from Plainview had one punt return of 45 yards.
Pbce kicker Tim Bergkamp converted the extra point
after every touchdown and added fieldgoals of 44 and 30
Ingles said he was upset with UNL's passing game.
Three Husker quarterbacks combined to complete only
four of nine passes for 35 yards,
"Our quarterbacks ran the option wtU, erpecix
(Ricky) lUtchcr," he said. But 1 wasn't pkased wit&
With the loss, UNO closed its season at 0-3 while UNL
advances to 2-0. UNL's frosh will host the University of
Missouri junior vanity Oct. 22 at Memorial Stadia
chammonshiDB : .
Being 6 ft. 7 in., he was a most notable figure in the
community of 1,500 people nestled in the northeast part
of the state.
He played football in high school and basketball
through his junior season, but opted for wrestling instead
of basketball his senior year.
The basketball coach and I had a misunderstanding so
I went out for wrestling," Lingenfelter said: "I think it
helped my quickness and movement a lot."
After his football days are. over, Lingenfelter said he
would like to go back to Plainview and join his father in
the farming business.
His father farms about 1,200 acres in Plainview, and
raises corn and cattle, Lingenfelter said.
Lingenfelter majors in agricultural economics.
The classes are basically farm management and mar
keting classes," he- said. "It's the same type of class you
would find on the City Campus only with an emphasis on
agriculture." r ; ! 1
Lingenfelter said he thanks college football for the
opportunities it has presented him..
"Playing football gave me a chance for an education.
It gave me a chance to see places and to meet people,
real good people."
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