Page 8-Sunday, December 3, 1978-The Michigan Daily
TIDE TOPS AUBURN, 34-16; SUGAR BOWL NEXT:
Alabama earns shot at Penn St.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP)-Jeff Rutledge broke
Joe Namath's school record for career touchdown
passes, throwing two to Bruce Bolton and one to Rick
Neal, as second-ranked Alabama defeated Auburn 34-
16 yesterday, to set up a Jan. 1 Sugar Bowl showdown
with top-rated Penn State for college football's
Rutledge also tied the Alabama single-game touch-
down pass mark as well as the one-season record of 13
shared by Namath and Harry Gilmer in leading the
Crimson Tide to its seventh Southeastern Conference
title in eight years.
The 6-foot-2 senior, playing before a record Legion
Field crowd of 79,218 in his home town, connected
with Bolton on scoring pases of 33 yards in the
opening period and 17 yards with 32 seconds left in the
first half. That toss erased a 13-10 Auburn lead and
put Alabama on top for good 17-13.
RUTLEDGE ADDED the 30th of his four-year
career-Namath threw 28 in three seasons-with an
11-yarder to Neal early in the third quarter.
Back-up quarterback Steadman Shealy scored
Alabama's final touchdown on a 20-yard, fourth-down
run in the final period while Alan McElroy booted
field goals of 34 and 39 yards.
Alabama wound up the regular season with a 10-1
record and an eight-game winning streak. The Tide's
6-0 SEC record earned them a trip to the Sugar Bowl
as the host team against Penn State.,
GEORGIA, WHICH was held to a 22-22 tie by
Auburn two weeks ago, finished second in the con-
ference at 5-0-1 and will meet Stanford in the
Bluebonnet Bowl. Auburn concluded with a 6-4-1
Auburn, a 16-point underdog, gave Alabama all it
could handle in the first half. Joe Cribbs, who rushed
for 118 yards on 32 carries, scored the Tigers' touch-
downs on runs of 5 yards in the first period and 9 yar-
ds in the second quarter. Jorge Portela kicked a 37-
yard field goal in the third period for Auburn's final
The gambling Tigers, who used such gimmicks as a
fake field goal and a fake punt, surrendered the lead
when William Andrew fumbled at his own 20 and
Alabama's Murray Legg recovered with one minute
remaining in the first half. After two plays netted
only 3 yards, Bolton got behind defenseive back Clif-
ford Toney and Rutledge found him with his second
scoring pass of the game.
THAT BROKE NAMATH'S career record.
Rutledge tied the mark midway through the opening
period with a 33-yarder to Bolton, who got behind
defensive back James McKinney.
Auburn tied the score 7-7 with an 81-yard, 15-play
drive that lasted six minutes. The key play as a 10-
yard shovel pass on the fake field goal from holder
Foster Christy to Andrews for a first down at the 15.
McElroy's first field goal early in the second quar-
ter put the Crimson Tide in front 10-7 but Auburn took
its only lead with 2:46 left in the half when Cribbs' 9-
yard run capped a 46-yard strike after Freddie Smith
recovered a fumble by Alabama's Steve Whitman.
RUTLEDGE, WHO completed 13 of 21 passes
for 174 yards, teamed up with Neal on an 11-yard
aerial to make the score 24-13 at 4:56.
Portela's field goal narrowed the lead to eight poin-
ts but Alabama salted the game away in the final
quarter on McElroy's second field goal and a 67-yard
march which belonged to Shealy. The junior quarter-
back carried four times for 60 yards and scored on a
fourth-and-two keeper around left end after Alabama
called its field goal unit off the field.
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
Arkansas runs over Texa
By The Associated Press
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Arkansas
running back Ben Cowins scored two
touchdowns and topped 1,000 yards
rushing for the third straight year as
the Razorbacks crushed Texas Tech 49-
The eighth-ranked Razorbacks
scored on six°of their first seven
possessions and led 42-0 at the half,
while winning their fifth straight and
stopping the Red Raiders' winning
streak at six.
After two quarters, Arkansas had 379
yards total offense, 19 first downs, and
had put together scoring drives of 80,
15, 76, 80, and 56 yards. Tech, on the
other hand, had four first downs - in-
cluding two by penalty - and a total of-
fense of 76 yards.
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Cowins, a senior, entered the game
needing 142 yards to get 1,000. He
wound up Saturday'with 148 yards on 19
carries. His last carry was a three-yard
scoring run that made it 42-0 with 90
seconds left in the half. He also scored
the Razorbacks' fifth touchdown on an
eight-yard run midway through the
Arkansas, bound for a Dec. 25 Fiesta
Bowl meeting with UCLA, finished the
regular season at 9-2 and 6-2 in the
Ga. 29, Ga. Tech 28!
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Sophomore
Anthony Arnold caught a 42-yard
touchdown pars and then ran for a two-
point conversion with only 2:24
remaining as 11th-ranked Georgia
edged Georgia Tech 29-28 yesterday in
a nationally-televised college football
Arnold caught the pass on a fourth-
down gamble from freshman quarter-
back Buck Belue at the Tech 20 and
raced to the end zone without a defen-
der in sight.
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forlorn fact that it is, Michigan football fans in search of a
ational championship will most likely hve to wait another year
can once again see Bo's boys challenge for absolute grid
al blow to any such hopes was second-ranked Alabama's 34-16
Auburn yesterday. With that win, the Crimson Tide knows that
Bowl battle with top-ranked Penn State will almost assuredly be
i for the crown.
tion presupposes the fact that the New Year's Day clash will not
If the contest should end in a deadlock, however, the coveted
e ranking could be thrown wide open. The following possibilities
nber three Southern California should knock off the fifth-rated
once again in the Rose Bowl, the Trojans could sneak into the top
;early over came the Crimson Tide in last week's AP poll, and
e more first-place votes than Bear Bryant's club.
vinner of the Nebraska-Oklahoma Orange Bowl rematch has
next best chance of reaching the top, especially if the number
, who are ten-point favorites, overwhelm the Cornhuskers
ler for the Wolverines to catapult to the national title, they must
eat Southern Cal, then count on a tie in the Sugar Bowl and a
in in the Orange Bowl.
1 Bowl line-up
Ls Tech Dec2
Hall of Fame Game at Birmingham, Ala.
Texas A&M 7-4-0 vs. Iowa State 8-3-0,
ecoveries, the recovery of Dec. 22
ck and a pass interference Holiday Bowl at San Diego
I zone. Brigham Young 9-3-0 vs. Navy 8-30,
Dec. frtetopon o.23
un for the two-point con- Sun Bowl at El Paso, Texas
from the one-yard line af- Maryland 9-2-0 vs. Texas 8-3-0, 12:30
assessed an interference p.m.
t two-point conversion try Liberty Bowl at Memphis, Tenn.
Missouri 7-4-0 vs. LSU 7-3-0, 3:30 p.m.
Tangerine Bowl at Orlando, Fla.
Pittsburgh 8-3-0 vs. North Carolina
State 8-3-0, 8p.m.
LPHIA - Senior quarter- " Dec. 23
szczynski rushed for two Peach Bowl at Atlanta
chdowns and set a Navy Purdue 8-2-1 vs. Georgia Tech 7-4-0, 1
ight with a third-quarter p.m.
to Steve Callahan Satur- Fiesta Bowl at Tempe, Ariz.
ig Navy to a 28-0 rout of UCLA 8-3-0 vs. Arkansas 9-2-0, 3:30
79th meeting of the armed p.m.
Blue-Gray Game at Montgomery, Ala.
led crowd of 79,026 looking Blue vs. Gray noon.
. Kennedy Stadium, Navy Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla.
hree of its first five Clemson, 10-1-0 vs. Ohio State, 7-3-1, 9
nto touchdowns with Lesz- p m.
lwiching scoring runs of Dec. 31
e yards around a one-yard Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl at Houston
arge by Callahan. Stanford, 7-4 vs. Georgia, 9-1-1, 8 p.m.
anwhile, could come no Jan. 1
ing than two fourth-down Cotton Bowl at Dallas
mpts which went incom- Notre Dame, 8-3-0 vs. Houston, 9-2, 2
end zone. As a result, p-m
-bound Navy recorded its Sugar Bowl at New Orleans
n the series since 1974 and Penn State, 11-0-0 vs. Alabama, 10-1-
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eorge Welsh. Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif.
MICHIGAN, 10-1-0, vs. Southern Cal.,
10-1-0, 5 p.m.
Orange Bowl at Miami
Nebraska, 9-2-0 vs. Oklahoma, 10-1-0,
East-West Shrine Game at Stanford, Cal.
East vs. West, 3p.m.
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