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Page 8-Sunday, October 28, 1979-The Michigan Daily

BIG TEN ROUNDUP

BIG TEN
STANDINGS
Conference All

Undefeated Bucks crush listless Spartans

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By the. Associated Press
COLUMBUS - Quarterback Art
Schlichter passed for two touchdowns
and ran for two more yesterday,
leading undefeated Ohio State to a 42-0
romp over Michigan State that kept the
Buckeyes tied for the Big Ten football
lead with Michigan.
Scouts from the Sugar, Cotton, Gator
and Liberty bowls watched the fourth-
ranked Buckeyes run their overall

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record to 8-0 and 5-0 in the conference.
The loss, Michigan State's fifth
straight after three opening victories,
was the first shutout in 51 games for the
Spartans. Ohio State blanked Michigan
State 21-0 in the 1975 opener.
Schlichter now has accounted for 18
touchdowns this season, one more than
the Buckeye sophomore had tin 12
games as a freshman last year. He
threw scoring passes of 53 and 12 yards
to flanker Doug Donley and ran 3 and 6
yards for touchdowns.
Purdue 20, N'western 16
WEST LAFAYETTE -Wally Jones
ran for two touchdowns and quarter-
back Mark Herrmann broke the Big
Ten career passing record with 228
yards and the go-ahead touchdown;
yesterday as 16th-ranked Purdue sur-
vived numerous errors to beat North-
western 20-16.
Purdue led 13-3 midway through the
third quarter, but a pass interference
call at the 1-yard line set up one North-
western touchdown by Tim Hill, and
recovered fumble by Scott Duncan in te
Boilermaker end zone put the Wildcats
ahead 16-13 early in the final period.
Purdue's go-ahead drive started with
nine minutes remaining after Wayne
Smith recovered a fumble at the
Boilermaker 42. Consecutive passes by
Herrmann to Mike Harris covered 23,
16 and 17 yards, the last one for the
touchdown.
Illinois 1 7, Minniesota 1 7
MINNEAPOLIS-Kirk Bostrom
kicked a 31-yard field goal with 1:37 left
to play, lifting Illinois to a 17-17 tie with
Minnesota yesterday.
Bostrom's kick capped a '58-yard
drive and spoiled a com~eback by the
Gophers, who had taken a 17-14 lead on
a 12-yard touchdown pass from Mark
Carlson to Elmer Bailey.
Illinois, 0-4-1 in Big Ten play and 1-6-1
overall, used the running of tailback
Mike Holmes and Lawrence Mc-
Cullough's pinpoint passing to take a 14-
10 lead early in the third period.
Minnesota's Big Ten record is 3-2-1, 4-
3-1 overall. The Gophers, playing
beforea homecoming crowd of 47,406,
recovered a fumble in the last minute
and moved to the Illinois 14, but

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Rogind's 31-yard field goal attempt was
kicked low into the line as time expired.
Iowa 24, Wisconsin 13
MADISON-Phil Suess passed for 181
yards and three touchdowns, including
a 75-yard strike to Dennis Mosley for
the clincher, and Iowa stopped two
scoring threats inside its four-yard line
to earn a 24-13 victory over Wisconsin
yesterday.
Mosley, who entered the game as the
Big Ten's leading rusher, carried 26
times for 79 yards to set an Iowa single
season rushing record of 956 yards.
Iowa, 4-4 overall and 2-2 in the Big
Ten, trailed 10-0 and hadn't crossed
midfield until Mosley broke off a 19-
yard run on a pitchout to the Badger 42
midway through the second quarter.
After a face mask penalty on Wisconsin
and a 12-yard pass from Suess to Jeff
Brown, Suess passed six yards to Jim
Swift for a touchdown 2:36 before half-
time.
The loss dropped Wisconsin to 2-6
record for the season, 1-4 in the Big Ten.

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MICHIGAN STATE quarterback Bryan Clark (14) is crunched by Ohio
State defenders Tim Saicki (68), Alvin Washington (15), and Keith Ferguson
(65) in yesterday's action in Columbus. Clark and the Spartans suffered a
42-0 embarrassment to the undefeated Buckeyes.

NCAA ROUNDUP:
Cougars thwart Razorbacks

By the Associated Press
FAYETTEVILLE-Kenny Hatfield
used his foot, Hosea Taylor used his
head and it was just enough to give the
sixth-ranked Houston Cougars a 13-10
victory over Arkansas and undisputed
possession of first place in the South-
west Conference race.
Hatfield, whose 37-yard field goal tied
the score at 10-10 with 13:15 left to play,
booted a game-winning 19-yarder with

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just 1:12 remaining However, the
Cougars couldn't breathe easier until
Taylor, a 6-foot-5 defensive tackle,
jumped on the back of an offensive
lineman and blocked a 42-yard attempt
by Arkansas' record-setting Ish
Ogdonez with his helmet on the final
play of the game.
Alabama 31, VPI 7
TUSCALOOSA-Quarterbacks Stead-
man Shealy and Don Jacobs ran and
passed No. 1-ranked Alabama to a 31-7
football victory over Virginia Tech
yesterday for Alabama's 200th victory
under Coacly Bear Bryant.
Jacobs hit freshman Keith Marks
with a second period pass to start the
scoring and Shealy ran for 14 yards
later in the quarter-for a 14-0 halftime
lead.
Shealy scored on a 6-yard run in the
third period, and Alabama added 10
points late in the game on a 2-yard run
by Jeff Fagan and a final goal by Alan
McElroy.
The Gobblers' only touchdown came
on a 1-yard scamper around right end
by quarterbck Steve Casey after he
directed VPI from its own 20 in the third
period.
Nebraska 38, Colorado 10,
LINCOLN-Jarvis Redwine, enjoy-
ing his best game as a collegian, rushed
for 206 yards and scored three touch-
downs to lead second-ranked Nebraska
to a 38-10 Big Eight Conference victory
over Colorado yesterday.
The first was a 58-yard scamper on
the second play of.the second half and
the second was a 13-yarder on which
Redwine reversed field after itap-
peared he was stopped. Redwine's run-
ning powered Nebraska to its seventh
straight victory without a loss and sent
the Cornhuskers' Big Eight record to 3-
0.
Colorado, struggling under first-year
Coach Chuck Fairbanks, fell to 1-6 and.
0-3.
'OK' State 30, Kansas 17
LAWRENCE, Kan.-Dexter Manley
and Terry Sbellentrop scored third
quarter touchdowns 9 seconds apart
and the Oklahoma State defense
smothered Kansas in the second half,
boosting the Cowboys to a 30-17 Big
Eight victory over the Jayhawks.
Oklahoma State, on a safety and two
long touchdown plays, erupted for a 16-0
first quarter lead before the Jayhawks,
behind the receiving of David Verser
and the punt returns of Leroy Irvin,
rallied to take a 17-16 halftime lead.
But the roof collapsed on the
Jayhawksearly in the third period. The
Cowboys, marching 70 yards in 10
,plays, took' a 22-17 lead with 7:21

remaining in the quarter on Suellen-
trop's two-yard touchdown run.
Florida St. 24, LSU 19
BATON ROUGE-Quarterback
Jimmy Jordan passed for 314 yards and
three touchdowns to lead undefeated
and eighth-ranked Florida State to a 24-
19 victory over Louisiana State in a
regionally-televised college football
game yesterday afternoon.
Jordan's scoring passes went for
three yards to Sam Platt in the first
quarter, for 53 yards to Hardis Johnson
in the second quarter, and for. 40 yards
to Jackie Flowers in the fourth quarter.
Dave Cappelen kicked a 31-yard four-
th quarter; field goal to pad the margin
of victory for Florida State.
Texas 30, SMU!6
IRVING, Texas - John Goodson
kicked three field goals and Texas tur-
ned a fumble and an interception into
touchdowns as the ninth-rlnked
Longhorns defeated Southern
Methodist 30-6 yesterday in a Southwest
Conference game.
Rodney Tate gave Texas a 16-0 half-
time lead with a five-yard touchdown
run with 20 seconds left in the second
quarter. Brad Beck went three yards
for a score on the third play after the
Longhorns recovered a fumble at the
Mustang 13, and Herkie Walls sprinted
30 yards in the final three minutes to
"round out Texas' scoring.
SMU's only score came with 3:48 to
play on a three-yard halfback pass
from Charles Wagoner to Robert
Fisher.
Texas raised its record to 5-1 for the
year and 2-1 in SWC play. SMU fell to 3-
4 and 2-3.
SCORES
College Football
MICHIGAN 27, Indiana 21
Ohio St. 42, Michigan St.0
Purdue 20. Northwestern 16
Illinois 17; Minnesota 17, tie
Iowa 24. Wisconsin 13
Notre Dame 18, S. Carolina 17
Princeton 9. Harvard 7
Pittsburgh 24,Navy 7
Maryland 27. Duke 0
N. Carolina St. 16. Clemson 11
Wake Forest 42, Auburn:18
Florida St. 24. LSU 19
Toledo 24,Miami,.Ohio 21
Central Michigan 44,.Kent St. 21
Oklahoma St. 30,.Kansas 17
Texas 30, SMU 6
Washington 34. UCLA 14
Houston 13.Arkansas 10
Mississippi 63, Vanderbilt 28
Kansas St. 19 Missouri 3
Nebraska 38. Colorado 10
Oklahoma 38, Iowa St. 9
Boston Colge 29. Army 6
Penn St. 31. W. Virginia 6
Alabama 31. Virginia Tech 7
E. Carolina 24. N. Carolina 24. tie
Georgia 20, Kentucky 6
Tulsa 20. Florida 10
Slippery Rock 14, Edinboro St. 13
Lock Haven St. 35, Shippensburg St. 27
Southern Cal 24, California 14
Loras 21,Marantha Baptist 16
BYU 59, New Mexico 7
Oregon 37, Washington St. 26
Oregon St. 33, Stanford 31
Arizona St. 28, Utah St. 14
Baylor 16, TCU 3
Texas A&M 41,Rice 15
Ball St.38,Bowling Green 23

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