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EAST LANSING - Michigan State final Irish drive stalled at the Purdue 44 nhuskers a 24-21 victory over Iowa in Tlbs
uarterback Bert Vaughn sidestepped with just over three-minutes to go, and non-conference football yesterday. Tailback Joe Morris started the
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the Boilermakers ran out the clOCK.
UCLA 37, Wisconsin 12
MADISON - Sophomore tailback
Anthony Edgar rushed for 168 yards
and a touchdown in his first collegiate
start and Pete Boermeester kicked
three field goals, leading 20th-ranked
UCLA to a 37-12 football victory over
Wisconsin Saturday.
Edgar, who started because UCLA
rushing leader Freeman McNeil had a
groin injury, scored from six yards out
in the Bruins' 13-point second period.

Nebraska trailed 21-7 midway
through the third quarter, but Hager
scored on a four-yard run late in the
period, then directed a 51-yard scoring
drive capped by Craig Johnson's five-
yard run that tied the score.
After Nebraska recovered an Iowa
fumble, on the Hawkeyes' next series,
Sukup kicked his game winner.
Nebraska went to 2-0 and Iowa, which
was beaten 21-6 by third-rated
Oklahoma last week, fell to 0-3.1

touchdown run and gained 116 yards in
16 carries, but did not play in the second
half because of an upset stomach.
The Orangemen piled up a 33-7 half-
time lead and coasted to their second
straight triumph in three starts, while
Northwestern, losing its first victory in
two years last week, slipped to 1-2.
USC 48, Minnesota 14
LOS ANGELES - Southern Cal
tailback Charles White ran for 153 yar-
ds and two touchdowns early in the
game Saturday as the Trojans lived up
to their No. 1 national college football
ranking with a 48-14 rout of Minnesota.
White, like most of the USC starters,
played the first quarter and only a few
minutes of the second as the Trojans
ran up a 21-0 lead in the opening period,
then extended it to 35-0 early in the
Playing for the first time since he
went out with a shoulder injury against
Texas Tech two weeks ago, White

Big Ten Roundup

Wisconsin managed only six scrim-
mage plays, excluding punts, in the
period, as UCLA, 2-1, mounted a 20-6
halftime lead.
The 167-pound Edgar rushed a school
single-game record 39 times and gained
most of his yardage on sweeps behind
the blocking of fullback Toa Saipale.
Ohio State 45,
Washington State 29
COLUMBUS - The longest scoring
pass in Ohio State's 89 college football
seasons, an 86-yard bomb from Art
Schlichter to Calvin Murray, led the
16th-ranked Buckeyes to a 45-29 non-
conference victory over Washington
State yesterday.
Schlichter hit Murray at the
Buckeyes' 20-yard line and the swift
junior tailback darted the rest of the
way for one of his three touchdowns as
Ohio State jumped its record to 3-0.
Washington State fell to1-2.
The previous scoring pass record for
Ohio State was 80 yards in 1961, when
Joe Sparma teamed with Bob Klein at
The Cougars, predicted to finish last
in the Pacific 10 conference, gave the
heavily favored Buckeyes a struggle
until the closing minutes.
Washington State quarterback Steve
Grant riddled the Buckeyes for three
touchdown passes. He threw 12 and 11
yards to Mike Wilson and 13 yards to
Jim Whatley for Cougar scores.
Indiana 18, Kentucky 10
BLOOMINGTON - Quarterback
Tim Clifford threw for one touchdown,
turned a bobbled extra point snap into a
two-point conversion and hit a crucial
fourth-down pass yesterday as Indiana
held off Kentucky 18-10 in a non-
conference college football game.
The victory gave the Hoosiers a 3-0
record for only the second time since
1928 and the first time since their Rose
Bowl season of 1967. Kentucky dropped
to 0-2.
Nebraska 24, Iowa 21
IOWA CITY - Dean Sukup kicked a
30-yard field goal with 5:52 left in the
game after second-string quarterback
Tim Hager had'rallied Nebraska'to a

'Syracuse 54,
Northwestern 21
EVANSTON - Quarterback Bill
Hurley, accounting for 248 yards,
scored two touchdowns and passed for
another yesterday to lead Syracuse to a
54-21 victory over Northwestern in an

AP Photo
THIS FIRST QU\XRTER fumble by Nebraska's I.M. Hipp set up Iowa's
first score in yesterday's 24-21 Cornhusker win. Nebraska guard John Have-
cost (69) takes Iowa's Bryan Skradis (93) out of the play as Hawkeye end
Jim Molini (83) looks on.

intersectional football game.
Hurley rushed for 156 yards in 25
carries and completed five of 13 passes
for 92 yards before leaving the game in

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carried just 10 times during his' brief
stint against the Gophers and scored on
one spectacular 68-yard jaunt and a 10-
yard dash as USC, 3-0, tallied five of the
first six times it had possession.
Illinois 27, Air Force 19
Mike Holmes ran for more than 130
yards and scored two touchdowns to
lead, Illinois to a 27-19 college football
victory over Air Force here yesterday.

Conference All
Michigan State . 190 0 3 9
Indiana ............1 0 0 : (t
Ohio State ........ 1 0 n 3 0
MICHIGAN ....... 1 0 o 2 1
Purdue ............ 1 0 0 2 1
Minnesota ......... 0 1 0 1 2
Northwestern ..... 0 1 0 1 2
Wisconsin ......... 0 1 0 1 2
Illinois ............ 0 1 0 1 2
Iowa ...............9 1 0 0 :1


Yesterda vs Results
MICHIGAN 28, Kansas 7
Ohio State 45. Washington State 29
Michiganm State 24, Miami (0.) 21
Purdue 28, Notre Dame 22
Nebraska 24. Iowa 21
Syracuse 54, Northwestern 21
UCLA 37, Wisconsin 12
Indiana 18, Kentucky 10
USC 48, Minnesota 14
Illinois 27, Air Force 19


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