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Oklahoma-Nebraska Football Game #13502

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 24, 1971
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(Studio) Nebraska, number 1 team, plays Oklahoma, number 2 team, Thursday
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Norman, Oklahoma) College town not quiet anymore. [Coach Oklahoma University Chuck FAIRBANKS - says excited about game.] Band marches. [Governor David HALL - says we'll educate Nebraska cornhuskers Thursday] [MAN - says closed up for game.] [2nd MAN - says waiting for game.] Nebraska has 10-0 record. Qtrback., Jerry Tagge, leads offense. Oklahoma has razzle-dazzle offense with wishbone triple option. Qtrback., Jack Mildren, starts out play usually ending up with running back Greg Pruett.
REPORTER: Chris Schenkel

Reasoner, Harry;
Schenkel, Chris

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