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RqIHD ctotc Nebraska 49
UCIIIIC OldlO Iowa State 17
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
SCORING BY QUARTER Nebraska 21 0 14 14 49
Iowa State 7 3 0 7 17
Nebraska Iowa State Time left
7 Tommie Frazier 1-yard run 13:49
14 Calvin Jones 1-yard run 12:06
21 Frazier-Gerald Armstrong 10-yard pass 8:23
7 Jim Knott 1-yard run 3:09
10 Ty Stewart 41 -yard field goal 0:33 2ND
28 Frazier 4-yard run 12:11
35 Damon Benning 1-yard run 7:50
17 Todd Doxzon-Calvin Branch 25-yard pass 1 1:35
42 Frazier 24-yard run 7 29 4TH
49 Clinton Childs 1-yard run 4:11
RUSHING ATT yards Ave. gain TD RUSHING ATT yards Ave gain TD
||§|^ C. Jones 26 208 8.0 J. Soucie 14 92 6 6 27 0
T. Frazier 13 125 9.6 C. Branch 9 79 8.8 40 0
L. Phillips 7 35 5.0 R. Guggenheim 11 32 2.9 9 0
TOTAL 61 438 7.2 TOTAL 54 261 4.8 40 1
f—V PASSING Comp- PASSING C omp- Comp- Yds. TD
/V3, Att. Att Pet.
I'* T. Frazier 4-10 T. Doxzon 4-6 67 60 1
TOTAL 4-10 TOTAL 5-8 63 58 I
w PASS RECEIVING PASS RECEIVING No. Yards TD
G Armstrong C. Branch 2 23 ' 1
■ C. Jones J. Soucie 1 16 0
TOTAL TOTAL 5 25 1
TACKLES Total TACKLES Total Unasst. Assist.
E. Stewart 13 K. Fulton 13 6 7
T. Alberts 10 M. Nitchie 11 4 7
J Reece 8 K. Lazard 8 3 5
Cyclone coach: It’s not over
Iowa State still
By Mitch Sherman
Cyclone coach Jim Walden had a
message for Nebraska following Sat
urday’s 49-17 Nebraska victory.
“I’m sure (Nebraska) got their re
venge,” he said. “But that doesn’t
change anything. We are still going
to try to whip their butts next year at
Walden said Iowa State wa,s not
satisfied with last year’s 19-10 victo
ry and especially, this year’s defeat.
“They are not going to beat our
spirit,” he said. “We’re going to do
our damnedest to beat them again
next year and again after that.”
Walden said he thought Nebraska 1
was a better team than Iowa State i
this year. <
He said the Cyclones hurt their !
chances when they spotted Nebraska ]
14 points to begin the game. Ncbras- -
ka cornerback Tyrone Williams re- ;
We are still going to try to whip their butts next
year at our place.
Iowa State coach
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covered lwo C yclone fumbles in the
first live minutes of the opening quar
ter. Both fumbles were converted into
Huskcr touchdow ns.
“We gave them a helluva
kickstart,” Walden said.
“You don't want to spot Nebraska
14 points. I’m not sure any team in
the country could do that against Ne
Iowa State played well aftei the
initial first-quarter barrage. Walden
said. The first series of the second
half was the pivotal point of the game.
Nebraska started the opening pos
session of the half at its own 19-yard
line. Two plays after a 10-yard pen
ilty pushed the Huskers back to the
T Jones ran for 64 yards to the Iowa
State nine. Quarterback Iommie
Frazier then capped the drive with a
J-yard touchdown to give Nebraska
i 28-10 lead with 12:1 1 remaining in
the third quarter.
“After we got over the shock, I
thought our guys settled in and played
pretty good until the second series of
the first half,” Walden said. "We
hoped we could come out of the dress
ing room (after halftime) and shut
But when the Cyclones had Ne
braska pinned deep, Walden said,
they let up. Walden said he sensed
danger after Nebraska was penalized
10 yards to set up first dow n and 20.
“We are the worst long yardage
team in the United States, ’ he said.
‘Every time we have a first and 20,
we let up.
“I don’t know if it’s some relax
ing thing or maturity, but I just cringe
every time the offense we play gets a
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