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Allen says NU No. 1 next year
ALLEN from Page 13_ how he feels about the year.
been so close for the last three years.” “This has been one pretty damn
Allen said he could not describe nice year,” Allen said.
Lewis holds on for boxing win
FIGHT from Page 12
Zauha both appeared to not be ex
hausted heading into the third round.
“We still had a lot left,” Cox said.
Cox was named the event’s most
The seventh bout featured an all
out slugfest between Sigma Chi’s
Dale Ortmann and Phi Gamma
Delta’s Mitchell Lew is. Lewis, a 190
pounder from Omaha, survived
Orunann’s third-round charge for the
“I didn ’ t have a whole lot left at the
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end,” Lewis said. “I knew I won the
first two rounds so I just had to hold
Lewis said he was glad he got the
victory, especially against Ortmann.
“It was a great fight because he was
really, really cocky,” Lewis said. “He
walked around like he was God on
campus, so it was good to beat him.”
In Friday’s other fights, Sigma
Chi’s Mark Perina decisioned Jesse
Alber of Ag Men; Sigma Nu’s Jim
Martin decisioned Alpha Tau
Omega’s Tim Eisner; and Delt Mi
chael Valenta beat Phi Delta Theta’s
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Nebraska quarterback Kerthen McCant. '
Injuries give reserves their day
By Tim Hartmann
Nebraska football fans who at
tended Saturday’s Red-White game
to watch quarterbacks Steve Taylor,
Gerry Gdowski and Mickey Joseph
left Memorial Stadium disappointed.
But reserve quarterbacks Jerry
Dunlap and Tom Haase were any
thing but disappointing in the Reds’
37-14 win against the Whites.
Taylor and Gdowski, the Com
huskers’ top two quarterbacks,
watched the scrimmage from the
sidelines. Taylor was out with a thigh
pull, while Gdowski was held out
because of a collarbone injury.
Joseph started the game for the
Red team, which is comprised of first
and fourth-team players, but only
played five minutes before a strained
knee forced him to the sidelines.
The injuries to the top three quar
terback gave Dunlap and Haase a
chance that they said they hadn’t
“I was just real glad I got the
opportunity to play,” Dunlap said.
Dunlap, a redshirt freshman,
started at quarterback for the White
team, which was comprised of play
ers from the second and third teams,
and completed lOof 19 passes for 122
yards. He also rushed for 28 yards,
including a 15-yard touchdown run in
the first quarter that gave the White
squad a 7-0 lead.
The White team trailed the Reds
14-7at halftime,buthelda 191 to 124
advantage in total offensive yards. In
the second half, the Red team
outscored the Whites 23-7.
*‘I don’t know what the difference
was in the second half,” Dunlap said.
Despite the loss, Dunlap said he
was pleased with the way spring prac
tice went. He said the injuries to
Taylor and Gdowski gave him a
chance to get in a lot of snaps with the
offense, which will benefit him next
“The only thing I have trouble with
is defensive line reads,” he said. “I’ve
felt a lot of improvement from last
year to this vear.”
Dunlap spent most of the game
going against the first-string defense.
He said facing one of the best de
fenses in the country will help him
improve his game.
Next fall, Dunlap said, he hopes
the improvement he has made this
spring will help him move up the
depth chart, but he is unsure of what
his role will be.
“I have no idea,” Dunlap said.
“I’m just coming back and playing as
hard as I can, and hopefully I’ll move
Haase, a freshman, said he will
probably redshirtthis fall. Haase took
over for the injured Joseph and com
pleted five of eight passes for 43 yards
and rushed for 35 yards.
“I really didn’t make too many
mistakes, I thought,” Haase said. “I
just wanted to play under control. I
just wanted to show some confidence
out there because I never ran with the
first team at all the whole spring.”
Haase said that even though he
played well, he was still looking to
improve in a number of areas. He said
he needs to work on reading the de
fense, learning the offense and his
“I’m really not comfortable with
the passing system yet,” he said. “I
don’t have enough patience, I always
get flustered and get out (of the
“I’ll have to get a lot bigger, and
learn the offense more,” he said. “I’m
in no hurry, so I’ll just take things as
banders signs baseball recruit
Nebraska baseball coach John
Sanders announced that he has signed
Jerry Madison, a pitcher-outfielder
from Beatrice, to a letter of intent.
Madison, a former teammate of
Comhusker freshman pitcher Doug
Tegtmeier, compiled a 10-4 record
and a 1.88 earned run average while
recording 127 strikeouts in 82 innings
last summer while pitching in the
Beatrice Junior Legion League. He
also hit .361 and stole 22 bases as a
Sanders said Nebraska will use
Madison as an outfielder and
“Jerry is truly a gifted athlete,”
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