CAPT LINDY HANSON
FOOTBALL AT FENWAY
Harry Agganis and
Johnny Kastan lead
B.U. in a 35-6 rout of Oregon
November 10, 1951 ...
Boston University had very littler difficulty in disposing of Oregon at Fenway Park. Harry Agganis, in his usual professional manner, threw a pair of touchdown passes, while running back Johnny Kastan established a new ground running record, and Captain Lindy
Hanson bounced over tacklers like a Mexican jumping bean. Then there was George Schultz. All he did was add another pair of touchdowns. The Terriers ran for 392 yards and passed for 133. B.U. scored first in the opening period when Agganis flipped a scoring pass to
Kastan. By halftime B.U. had rolled up the score to 20-0 and then 28-0 in the third period when Agganis threw his second touchdown pass that was lofted over George Schultz's shoulder, gently into his hands for an easy score. Oregon's only score came via the result of a rare
Agganis pass interception that was run home by defensive tackle Emmet Williams. In the fourth quarter the freshmen B.U. backfield got into the act, making the score 35-6 as Joe Terrasi scored another Terrier touchdown.