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Monday, November 24, 1986
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"They kept plugging away at it, they
kept messing up on third down, but you
can't hold our offense down all day
long," Bosworth said. "We gave our
offense the ball as many times as they
needed to score, and they scored just
enough to win."
It was also the type of game that
Bosworth said he expected between
two of the best teams in the country.
"I expected the same as what we
had out there on the field today. It's the
two best teams in the Big Eight," Bos
worth said. "You win the game on the
field and not in the stands. We consist
ently, on defense, stopped them all day
long. We kept messing up on third and
long in the first half. We corrected that
mistake in the second half, got our
confidence back and took it from
"It comes down to the bigger, stronger
and faster people that play the game,"
Jackson said. "But I do have to say this
game didn't come down to it. This was a
great played game by Nebraska. They
played great, they played fundamen
tally great, they kept us from going to
the outside, they kept us from doing
everything we wanted to do.
"It's just that in the end we came up
with the big plays, and our character
The Oklahoma victory reminded many
of the 1976 and 1980 Sooner wins. In
both games, Oklahoma came from be
hind to win in the last minute.
Why does Oklahoma always seem to
win when they shouldn't?
Switzer said it's just a matter of
never losing faith when it's late and the
game is on the line.
"Good players making things happen,
just good players not quitting, still
believing you can get it done, as long as
there's time left on the clock," Switzer
NU volleyball team
wins Big Eight title
By the Associated Press
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Karen Dahlgren
and Enid Schonewise led Nebraska to
its 11th straight Big Eight volleyball
championship Sunday with a straight
set victory over Oklahoma at Penn Val
ley Community College.
Nebraska, ranked No. 7 in the nation,
earned an automatic berth in the 32
team NCAA tournament that starts
Nebraska, 24-5 this season, has never
lost a match in the Big Eight tour
nament. Along with Dahlgren and Schone
wise, Nebraska's Kathi DeBorer and
Tish Delaney were named to the all-
place at UNO
Nebraska's wrestling team
placed six wrestlers in Satur
day's UNO Open Tournament.
Nebraska coac h Tim Neumann
said that about 4.j0 wrestlers
from all over the country com
peted in the tournament and
only individual scores were kept.
Nebraska's Terry Cook finished
second in the 126-pound weight
class, as did Gil Sanchez in the
134-pound class. Andy Latora
Placed fifth in the 142-pound
class, Keenan Turner finished
fourth in the 150-pound class,
and Jeff Coltvet was second at.
the 158-pound division. Joe Mal
ecek placed fourth in the 220
"Last year, we only placed two
People in the tournament," Neu
mann said. "It was a tougher
meet than (last week's) Cowboy
Invitational (in Laramie, Wyo.)."
Neumann said he is planning
to take Nebraska's upper-class- -men
to the Northern Open in
Madison, Wis., next Saturday.
lose on water, road
By Jeff Apel
The early circumstances could
very well have been an indicator of
what the Nebraska women's swim
ming team should have expected
Nebraska women's swimming
coach Ray Huppert said problems
began even before the Cornhuskers
departed for their Thursday night
dual meet against Wyoming. The
problems began when a mix-up with
the bus company caused Nebraska
to leave 1 12 hours late for Lara
Then, just as the Huskers appeared
to have been able to make up for
their lost time, a tractor-trailer
accident just outside of the Wyom
ing turnoff caused another 45-minute
Nebraska managed to overcome
both delays enroute to posting a
142-122 victory over Wyoming but
then lost to Colorado State in a dual
meet on Friday and again in the
Wyoming relays Saturday afternoon.
Huppert said the key to both
loses was the amount of depth
displayed by the Golden Rams.
"Our depth could not come close
to their depth," Huppert said. "They
were really ready for us."
Hupert said the most difficult
aspect of the Huskers 149-119 dual
meet loss to Colorado State was that
it ended Nebraska's four-year domi
nance of the Golden Rams.
Colorado State, he said, should
be a top-20 team.
"They swam faster than we
thought they would swim," Huppert
said. "I can't be upset, but I'm
Huppert said Nebraska managed
to take the Golden Rams down to
the last event in the Wyoming Relays,
only to see Colorado State win the
meet with a victory in the 800-meter
Wyoming finished third in the
meet and Air Force was fourth.
Huppert said Nebraska will now
begin its tapering process in prepa
ration for the Husker Invitational on
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