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monday, november 12, 1979
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Quinn, who hit on six of 10 passes for 58 yards, said
the Huskers weren't overlooking Kansas State.
"We can't do that. We're not overlooking anybody. We
have to be ready to play our best," he added. "Games like
this just happen and we have to overcome them. I think
we need a little more concentration.
Quinn credited the win to the Husker defense, which
again held an opponent under 100 yards rushing (KSU got
And for the first time, this year, the Nebraska defense
scored a touchdown.
L.C. Cole intercepted a Darrell Dickey pass in the first
quarter and returned it 60 yards. Dean Sukup's PAT gave
the Huskers their first lead.
Cole said he felt good about the win but was worried
about the injuries to what he called "key people."
"We didn't want to play Jarvis because he was hurt "
Cole said about the closeness of the game. 4,I thought
maybe it was serious when we had to use him."
Cole's statistics didn't end with an interception. He
also broke up one pass, had seven unassisted tackles, seven
assisted tackles, one tackle for a loss of four yards, and a
fumble recovery. . .
Maybe the most impressive statistics of the day were
those of sophomore cornerback Ric Lindquist.
He intercepted three Dickey passes, tying a school
record held by Joe Blahak and Dana Stephenson .
He said the Nebraska secondary was in. a different
coverage on each interception.
"We did a good job of mixing up our coverage. K-State
was confused most of the time." .
Lindquist praised the defensive line for aiding the
"They did a heck of a job. He (Dickey) played under a
lot of pressure today"
Only once the NU defense allowed the Wildcats to
drive the length of the field. At the start of the second
half, K -State went 80 yards in 10 plays to take a 12-7 lead
on L. J. Brown's one-yard run.
The Wildcats' first touchdown came in the opening
minute of play after Johnson fumbled on the Huskers 26
On second and 10, Dickey passed to John Liebc in the
corner of the end zone, to give K-State a 6-0 lead. The
extra-point was missed for the tenth time this year and
forced K-State to later go for a two-point conversion,
which also failed.
For the game, Kansas State had 251 yards offense, 172
in the air. Nebraska rushed for 272 yards, 100 below its
season average, and passed for only 66 yards.
Substitute defensive end Jimmy Williams, who had
three tackles, broke up 'a pass and recovered a fumble,
summed up the latest Nebraska comeback.
"We're a comeback team. We can always pull
together," Williams said. "We have enough depth that we
can go full steam all the time. '
Hie Nebraska volleyball team improved their record to
37-6-3 defeating Missouri Western 15-11, 15-5, 15-11 at
the Coliseum Saturday.
Junior outside hitter Mindy Martens paced the Hus
kers witn 12 ace spikes and three blocks while sophomore
center blocker Terri Kanouse had eight ace spikes and
Hie Huskers next meet will be the AIAW (Association
of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women) Region VI tour
nament Thursday through Saturday at the Coliseum. This
meet will determine the region's representative at the
AIAW national meet.
The UNL men's tennis team dropped its third meet of
the fall season,, losing to Kansas State 5-4 Saturday in
The Huskers lost all three doubles matches, but came
back to win four of six singles matches. Winners for the
Huskers were Scott Klaus, Hal Koch, Kent Lysgaard.and
The Huskers, now 2-3, will finish their fall season with
a meet at the Devaney Sports Center against Doane.
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