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Fan sinks shots during timeout
in women’s game to win $ 15,000
By Antone Oseka
Most fans go to the Bob Devaney
Sports Center to see a Nebraska bas
ketball game, but Ed Thompson got to
take part in the game.
But Thompson did not play for
either team on Tuesday night; he just
went to see his girlfriend play and
maybe win a little cash.
As the Comhusker women’s bas
ketball team defeated Sam Houston
State 88-65, Thompson sat speechless
during most of the second half.
He was the lucky fan chosen to
participate in the Martha Gooch
timeout shot worth $15,000. He had to
sink a free throw and a half-court shot
in fewer than 30 seconds. Thompson
did it with 10 seconds to spare.
“I don’t know what I’ll do with the
money,” he said.
Thompson had to endure a little
“My friend got to do it a week ago, and I was
giving him crap about it. ”
anguish along the way, though. As he
watched his girlfriend, sophomore
guard Jami Kubik, play during the
second half, Thompson was worried.
His shot took place during a timeout
early in the second half, but it had to be
reviewed on videotape after the game
to make sure he didn’t step over the
half-court line before releasing the
ball. If Thompson had stepped over
the line, he would not have received
“I thought I was short on that one,
so I started running for it,” he said. “I
Thompson’s friends knew he would
make the shot and get the money. He
wasn’t so sure.
Sheryl Witte, a friend 'of
Thompson’s from high school, said,
I knew he would get it; he played
basketball in high school, and he was
Good is an understatement. Th
ompson was an all-state athlete in three
sports—basketball, footbal 1 and track
—- during his senior year at Cam
bridge High School. He is now a schol
arship quarterback at the University
of Nebraska at Omaha.
Seven NU players named All-Big Eight
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) —
Colorado and Nebraska dominated the
Big Eight coaches’ all-conference
team, with seven players from each
school named to the team announced
Nebraska placed four players on
the first-team offense, led by quarter
back Tommie Frazier and running back
Ahman Green. Five Buffaloes were
named to the first-team offense, in
eluding wide receiver Rae Carruth
and kicker Neil Voskeritchian.
The other Huskers named to the
first team were offensive linemen Chris
Dishman and Eric Anderson,
comerback Tyrone Williams, defen
sive lineman Christian Peter and rush
end Grant Wistrom.
On offense, Colorado center Bryan
Stoltenberg was the only repeat selec
tion from last year.
• Nebraska center Aaron Graham
has been named one of four Burger
King scholar-athletes of the week.
Graham, who anchors the
Comhuskers’ offensive line, was rec
ognized because of his academic ex
cellence as an animal science major.
He has earned a 3.33 grade point aver
Continued from Page 7
back Danny Wuerffel of Florida and
Ohio State running back Eddie George,
Frazier said he was better because
those players were one-dimensional,
while he offers a blend of both passing
“These days you see a lot of guys
who can runlhefcatT, but can’t really
throw the bal 1, and guys who pass who
can’t really run,” Frazier said. “I think
those are both assets of the game.”
Also, Frazier said he played against
tougher defenses than both George
and Wuerffel. Frazier played against
two of the top defenses in the country,
Colorado and Kansas State.
Frazier kept silent about the
Heisman because he thought it was
too early to mention it, but lately he
had thought about it.
“Early off in the season when my
name was mentioned, I tried to shrug
it off, and I knew I had a long season
ahead of me, and anything can happen
within a season,” Frazier said. “The
last couple of weeks it was in the back
of my mind.”
If Frazier wins the award, he said
he wouldn’t brag about it, although he
would show it off a little.
“If I do win it, then I can go out and
show it off, but right now I’m not that
type of person,” Frazier said. “It’s out
of my hands, and all I can do is sit back
and wait for the voters to turn in their
ballots and wait until Dec. 9 and see
who the winner is.” „
But Frazier still has one matter of
business before he leaves Nebraska,
regardless of the Heisman outcome.
With the likelihood that Nebraska
will play Florida in the Fiesta Bowl,
Frazier said the seniors wanted to go
out winners and stay national champi
“We are looking at it like it’s the
biggest game in Nebraska history,”
Frazier said. “We’ve already won one
national championship, and now we
have the opportunity to win two.
“We don’t want to go out losers;
we want to go out as the only team in
17 years to win back-to-back champi
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Midway through the season,
Weston said, Nepo and Krondak were
struggling, which was normal for a
freshman. In her first year, Weston
had a hitting percentage of .293 and
made 90 errors on 638 attacks.
“They are really starting to mature
and develop into good players,”
Weston said. “It’s goingto be exciting
to watch them in the years to come, but
as far as I’m concerned I want them to
play good this year, and so far they
The Huskers’ senior leadership—
Weston, Winsett and Johnson — has
been vital to getting Krondak and Nepo
Weston said when the three seniors
were freshmen, they didn’t have a
group of players to help them set the
tone for the future.
Now, that future has come, and
Weston wants Nebraska to make the
Final Four for the first time since
“This is die real season, and this is
what we’ve been looking forward to
since we stepped on the court back in
August,” Weston said. “I think every
body realizes what’s at stake now, and
there is no more freshman, sopho
more divisions. Everybody is a player,
and that’s what it’s going to take to
take this team a step further.
“We’re a great team right now, but
we need to be a greater team to win it
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