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MIDNIGHT from Page 7
The buzzer sounded and Nee’s
third season as coach of the Huskers
A spotlight was used as the players
and coaches were introduced.
Following the introduction of team
members, Nee divided the squad lor a
short scrimmage. The Red squad
consisted of Husker upperclassmen
and the White team was made up of
The Reds defeated the Whites 68
44. Senior guard Eric Johnson led the
Reds with 22 points, while freshman
forward Dapreis Owens led the
Whites with 13 points.
Nee said he was very pleased with
Moonlight Basketball’s fan support.
“There’s great fan support, great
booster support, the alumni coming
back — it was fun,” Nee said.
The objective of the scrimmage
was for the players to entertain the
fans, Nee said.
“I thought the guys came out and
did just what I wanted them to do,”
Nee said. “We wanted it to be up
tempo and fun.”
Nec said that although no statistics
were kept during the scrimmage, he
couldn’t help but be judgmental.
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The Miami footbaU team found
out what die UCLA basketball
team could have told them: No
winning streak is sacred against
The Fighting Irish, who ended
UCLA’s record 88-game winning
streak in 1974, handed the Hum
canes their first loss in more than
three years, edging Miami 31-30
Everything seemed to favor
Miami. Besides the regular-season
winning streak, the defending na
tional champions also owned win
ning streaks of 16 games overall
and 20 on the road.
In addition, three years ago,
Miami handed Notre Dame one of
i's most humiliating defeats, a 58
7 mumping, marking a low point in
And the Hurricanes had one of
the nation’s outstanding quarter
hacks in Sieve Walsh.
But Notre Dame got its long
awaited revenge Saturday, as free
safety Pat Terrell, who earlier re
lumed an interception 60 yards for
a second-quarter touchdown,
broke up a two-poim conversion
pass with 45 seconds left in the
‘This was a win by the Notre
Dame spirit,” Coach Lou Holtz
said. "It was a win by the spirit of
a group of guys who just refuted to
fold, and believed. You can’t pick
out a hero. Notre Dame was the
The Irish broke a 21 -21 tie when
pi*y» SerSaut"Dmm turned
late in me third period made it 31
21, and Notre Dame survived three
Miami scoring threats in the final
7:04 Walsh threw for four touch
downs and 424 yards, both all-time
highs against Notre Dime, but the
Filing Irish negated that by inter
cepting him three times.
"It should not have come down
to a two-point conversion,” said
Coach Jimmy Johnson, whose
Hurricanes committed seven turn
overs. "There is no way we could
have made as many mistakes as we
did and won the game. If wc had
played better, it would not have
come down to one or two plays.”
Tradition fuels team, coach says
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MACHINE from Page 7
“Sometimes the most important
thing is just to try and find a way to
win,” Pettit said. “You just work
yourself around the last lap and find a
way to win.”
Pettit said Nebraska’s rich volley
ball tradition was the difference in the
match. He said the Huskers used their
tradition and an early, quick tempo to
doom the Sooncrs.
Pettit couldn’t fault his team’s
“Winning isn’t always pretty,” he
said. “Obviously, there are things we
could have done better. But I’m not
going to focus on that.”
Oklahoma volleyball coach Miles
Pabst said he was upset with the loss
because the Sooncrs didn’t serve or
pass well. Oklahoma committed 18
service errors, two of which occurred
in the late stages of the crucial fifth
Pabst also was agitated because
Oklahoma blew a chance to capture
the regular season conference title.
Oklahoma and Nebraska will tie for
the crown if both squads go unde
lea led lor the rest 01 me season, wun
ihe Sooners earning ihe 1 si-place
seed in ihe Big Eight tournament.
Oklahoma, which defeated Ne
braska 8-15, 15-7, 15-4, 10-15, 15-5
on Oct. 1 in Norman, Okla., would
cam the top seed because it has the
greater point differential in the team’s
two matches. The Sooners have
oulscored Nebraska by four points
“The match helped us mentally,
but it’s frustrating,” Pabst said. “We
win this match and we win the Big
Eight Conference outright. Now we
have to wail and sec what happens.”
Nebraska look a 7-3 lead in the 1 st
game on a kill by middle blocker
Linda Barsness, who led Nebraska
with 21 kills. The Huskers then in
creased their lead to 11 -6 on an Okla
homa error. Nebraska used kills by
freshman outside hitler Janet Kruse
and All-America setter Lori Endicott,
a Sooner error and an ace serve by
Kruse to post the 15-9 victory.
The Huskers overcame a 12-7
deficit in the second by using two
Sooner errors to take a 14-13lead. But
Oklahoma used a Nebraska error, a
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and a block by middle blockers Kerri
Mulry and Michelle Koerner lo rec
ord the 16-14 win.
Nebraska raced to a 6-0 lead in the
third game, increased its lead to 13-3
on a tip by Endicolt and then used a
kill by middle blocker Carla Baker
and and a stuff by Baker and outside
hitter Val Novak to post the 15-4
The Huskers then overcame a 15
11 setback in the fourth game by using
a stuff by Endicolt and middle blocker
Carla Baker and a kill by Virginia
Stahr and Barsness lo break a 13-13
lie and post the decisive 15-13 win.
Pettit said he was glad the match
was highly competitive because it
proved to critics that the Big Eight has
more than one quality team.
"I’m glad Oklahoma did play
well," he said. "It showed everyone
that we do have to work lo win."
% Nebraska’s next match is on Fri
day, when the Huskers face Missouri
in Columbia, Mo. The Huskers will
then travel to Lawrence, Kan., to face
the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday.
Both matches begin at 7:30 p.m.
Nebraska sets stadium scoring record
on the way to whipping OSU 63-42
HUSKERSfrom Page 7
Strong safety Reggie Cooper led
the Husker defense with 10 tackles.
Outside linebacker Broderick Tho
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recorded eight tackles. Safety Tim
Jackson made six tackles and inter
cepted a pass by Oklahoma State
quarterback Mike Gundy.
Cowboy tailback Barry Sanders,
who entered the game as the nation’s
leading rusher, scored four touch
downs and rushed for 189 yards on 35
The Huskers gained a season-high
570 yards on the ground, while piling
up 662 yards of total offense. Okla
homa State finished the game with
455 yards of total offense — 229
yards rushing and 247 yards passing.
Cowboy coach Pat Jones said his
team experienced the same thing
Nebraska did when it lost to UCLA.
“We never did give ourselves a
chance to get in the ball game. We got
beat soundly,” Jones said. “I felt en
tering the ball game that for us to have
a chance to win, something positive
needed to happen early in the game,
and obviously it went just the other
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After Nebraska’s defense held the
Cowboys on the game’s initial drive,
the Huskers needed just 13 seconds to
set on the scoreboard. Clark took a
nandoff from Taylor, broke a tackle,
kept his balance and raced 73 yards
for a touchdown.
On Oklahoma State’s ensuing
drive, Gundy’s errant pass was inter
cepted by comcrback Charles Fryar at
the Huskcr 14-yard line. Fryar raced
86 yards for a touchdown that gave
Nebraska a 14-0 lead with 11:29
remaining in the first quarter.
Nebraska safely Mark Blazck
intercepted another Gundy pass on
the Cowboys’ next series. at the
Husker 20-yard line. Three plays and
40 seconds later, Nebraska led 21-0
with 9:16 left after Clark’s 9-yard
The Cowboys were again forced to
punt on their next possession. Taylor
capped a five-play, 86-yard drive
with a 60-yard touchdown run that
gave the Huskers a 28-0 lead with
4:09 left in the opening period.
Taylor scored his second touch
down on a 43-yard run with 1:03
remaining in the quarter. The three
5lay.6T.ard drive gave Nebraska a
Nebraska increased its lead to 42
0 in the first half when Clark scored
his third touchdown of the game on a
The Cowboys didn’t score until
Sanders’ 9-yard touchdown run with
8:45 remaining in the half. Sanders
added a 1-yard touchdown run two
minutes later to make it 42-14.
Each team threw touchdown
passes in the final two minutes of the
first half to clone out the scoring with
the Huskers leading 49-21.
Millikan's second touchdown rc
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•core made it 56-28 after three quar
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