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BIG TEN ROUNDUP
Buckeyes steamroll

The Michigan Daily-Sunday, November 11, 1979-Page9

Iowa, 34-7

-Big 10- St-ndngs

By Thq Associated-Press
COLUMBUS - Ohio State's league-
leading defense forced Iowa into 10 tur-
novers yesterday in a 34-7 college foot-
ball rout that gave the third-ranked
Buckeyes at least a Big Ten Conference,
co-championship.
The undefeated Buckeyes ran their
overall record to 10-0 and can clinch a
Rose Bowl berth next week by winning
at Michigan.
THE BUCKEYE defense was so
dominating that Iowa did not manage a
first down until 12:55 remained in the
third quarter. The Hawkeyes did not
cross midfield until fullback Dennis
Mosley, the Big Ten's leading ground-
gainer, ran 15 yards to the Buckeyes'
46-yard line early in the third period.
Marcus Marek, a linebacker, inter-
cepted two passes and recovered one
fumble as Ohio State had the issue set-
tIed by halftime as the Buckeyes took a
27-0 lead.
Sophomore quarterback Art
Schlichter ran one yard for a touch-
down and passed 34 yards to Doug
Donley for another score.
Scouts from the Cotton and Gator
bowls watched the game -as well as
87,833 fans, marking the 70th con-
secutive sellout in Ohio Stadium.
Indiana 45, Illinois 14
CHAMPAIGN - Quarterback Tim
Clifford passed for three touchdowns
and ran for a fourth as Indiana enhan-
ced its bowl prospects by overwhelming
Illinois 45-14 in Big Ten football yester-
day.
The victory boosted the Hoosiers'
season record to 7-3 and their conferen-
pe mark to 5-2. Representatives of the
,Garden State, Peach, and Sun Bowls
were at the game.
,CLIFFORD THREW two touchdown
passes to Bob Stephenson and one to
Nate Lundy. The junior quarterback
completed 14 of 19 passes for 241 yards
to establish new Indiana passing recor-
ds.
Lonnie Johnson and Al Darring also
ran for Indiana touchdowns, and Mark
Sutor booted a 34-yard field goal.

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Conference

Quarterback Lawrence McCullough
turned over the ball four times in the
first half. He fumbled once and Indiana
cornerback Tim Wilbur intercepted
three of his passes to set a school career
interception record of 12.
MSU 31, Minnesota 17
EAST LANSING - Tailback Derek
Hughes stormed for four touchdowns -
the third a 70-yard game-breaker - as
Michigan State repulsed a second-half
Minnesota comeback yesterday to
down the Gophers 31-17.

Hughes raced for 213 yards in 31
carries to spark Michigan State's
ground attack. The Spartans did not
complete a pass.
MICHIGAN STATE got its ground
game clicking to move 63 yards to
paydirt early in the second quarter.
Hughes dived over from the one to give
the Spartans the lead.
Minnesota cut the lead to 7-3, mainly
on Carlson's arm. He hit split end
Elmer Bailey for 16 yards, then lofted
another to flanker Jeff Anhorn for 36
yards to set up a 23-yard field goal by

Paul Rogind.
Minnesota, meanwhile, sputtered on
the ground and only quarterback Mark
Carlson's league-leading passing kept
the Gophers in the game.
Wisconsin 28, N'western 3
MADISON - Mike Kalasmiki passed
for 265 yards and two touchdowns and
ran for another score, leading Wiscon-
sin to a 28-3 Big Ten college football vic-
tory over Northwestern yesterday.
KALASMIKI, sidelined for four
games this year 'with a broken right

thumb, completed 17 of 23 passes for the
Badgers, 2-5 in the Big Ten and 3-7 for
the season.
Northwestern, down 14-0 at the half,
scored on a 26-yard field goal by Sam
Poulos with 4:22 left in the third quar-
ter.
However, the Badgers converted two
Northwestern turnovers into fourth
quarter touchdowns on a one-yard run
by Gerald Green and a 30-yard pass
from Kalasmiki to Tom Stauss.

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ARKANSAS FREE SAFETY Kevin Evans (15) dove flat out to deflect a potential touchdown pass from the hands of
Baylor tight end Raymond Cockrell (80) in the second quarter of yesterday's Southwest Conference battle at Fayette-
ville. The Razorbacks overcame a 14-0 halftime deficit and went on to win 29-20.

VOLS ZAP IRISH, 40-18
Trojans stifle Huskie bid

GIANTSHOESALE

By The Associated Press
SEATTLE - Southern California
clinched its 11th Rose Bowl bid in 14
years yesterday with a 24-17 victory
over Washington's Huskies as quarter-
back Paul McDonald passed ;for two
touchdowns and tailback Charles White
rushed for 243 yards on 38 carries..
The fourth-ranked Trojans improved
their record to 5-0-1 in the Pacific-10
Conference and 9-0-1 overall, while the
15th-rated Huskies dropped to 5-2 in
conference play and 7-3 overall.
With the score 17-17, the Trojans
drove 80 yards in seven plays for the
final touchdown on a 10-yard run by
fullback Marcus Allen with 11:50 left to
play.
On USC's game-winning drive, White
carried the ball three times for 58 yar-
SCQ RE
SCORES
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Purdue 24, Michigan 21
Ohio S. 34, Iowa 7
Michigan 8t.31. Minnesota 17
Indiana 45, Illinois 14 .
Wisconsin 28, Northwestern 3
Tennessee 40, Notre Dame is
Yale 35, Princeton 10;
Dartmouth 24, Brown iS
Penn State 9, N. Carolina State7
Syracuse 30, Navy 14
Clemsoni19, N. Carolinat10
virginia 20, virginia Tech 18
Oklahoma St. 21, Colorado 20
USC 24, Washington 17
W. Michigan 20, Bali St. 10
Lock Haven State 42, Slippery Rock 26
Georgia 33, Florida 10
*Pittsburgh 24, w. Virginia 17
Kentucky 29, vanderbilt 10
Harvard 41, Penn26
Rutgers 20, Army 0
Central Michigan 37, E. Michigan 14
Mia mi,-Ohio 35, Kent States8
Missouri 18, Iowa States
Nebraska 21, Kansas St. 12
Oklahoma 38, Kansas 0
Arkansas 29, Baylor 20
Bowling Green 31.s.Mississippi 27
Grambling St. 22,.S. Carolina State 15
Memphis St.10, Louisville 6
NHL'
New York Rangers 5, Quebec 4
NBA
San Antonio 123, New York 119
Atlanta 109, Washington 105
Philadelphia 9,5 Boston 94

ds, reeling off runs of 30 and 26 yards.
Washington quarterback Tom Flick
completed 18 of 28 passes for 245 yards
and one touchdown. He was intercepted
twice.
After USC went ahead 24-17,
Washington got to the USC one-yard
line. But then the Trojans stiffened.
On a second-down and one-yard
situation, Huskie tailback Vince Coby
was thrown for a one-yard loss. Coby
then was thrown for a three-yard loss.
On a fourth and five situation, Flick
completed a pass to Coby but he was
stopped for a five-yard loss and the
Trojans took over the ball with 3:11 to
play.
Tenn. 40, Notre Dame 18
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Second team
fullback Hubert Simpson rushed for 117
yards and scored four touchdowns to
lead Tennessee to a 40-8 college foot-
ball upset yesterday over 13th-ranked
Notre Dame.
Simpson ran touchdowns of 24, one
and one yards to spark a 23-point
scoring blitz in the second quarter,
giving the host Volunteers a 30-12 half-
time lead.
Halfback Vegas Ferguson scored all
three Notre Dame touchdowns on runs
of one and two yards in the first half and
one yard in the final quarter.
But Tennessee's defense held
Ferguson, the nation's fourth leading
rusher with an average of five yards
each carry, to 89 yards in 22 carries.
The victory was a strong comeback
for the Volunteers, 5-3, who suffered a
13-7 upset loss to Rutgers a week ago.
Notre Dame, which a year ago came
from behind to beat Tennessee 31-14 in
its first game ever against the Vols, fell
to 6-3.
Syracuse 30, Navy 14
ANNAPOLIS - Syracuse quarter-
back Bill Hurley ran for one touchdown,
passed for another and guided the
Orangemen to a 30-14 victory over Navy
yesterday.
Hurley, who replaced Ernie Davis as
the third leading rusher in Syracuse
history, moved his team 51 yards in just
four plays for the first score late in the

opening quarter.
Early in the second period, the senior
quarterback carried the ball over from
the four-yard line for a touchdown
which he set up with a 65-yard pass to
Art Monk.
Three field goals by Gary Anderson
and a six-yaf'd scoring run by Joe
Morris accounted for the rest of
Syracuse's 30 points, the most given up
by Navy in nine games this year.
The victory gave Syracuse a 6-4
season mark. Navy's record now is 6-3.
Navy QB Bob Powers completed a
fourth-down nine-yard scoring toss to
tight end Dave Dent in third period, and
fourth-string tailback Ed Meyers ran
for 12 yards for the other Navy touch-
down.
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