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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, November 18, 1979--Page 94
BIG TEN ROUNDUP

Boilermakers bowl over Hoosiers

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By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Purdue's
A'Mike Augustyniak scored three touch-
downs yesterday, and the 12th-ranked
Boilermakers survived a rash of pass
interference penalties to beat Indiana
37-21 in their Big Ten football season
\' The victory in the annual Old Oaken
Bucket lifted the Boilermakers to a
second place finish in the Big Ten with a
7-1 conference record and a 9-2 overall
mark.
TRAILING 27-7 late in the third quar-
ter, Indiana scored twice within a two-
..minute span as Purdue was called for
pass interference three times.
The first penalty gave Indiana the
ball at the Purdue 9, and Tony D'Orazio
ran in on the next play for a touchdown.
Two plays later, Tim Wilbur inter-
cepted a pass by Purdue's Mark Herr-
.' ' mann at the Indiana 22 and another
n . pass interference penalty moved the
ball to midfield.
Filve plays later another interference
call in the end zone gave Indiana'he
ball at the Purdue one and Lonnie John-
son ran in for the touchdown that
brought the Hoosiers to within six poin-
APPhoto tS.
Quarterback Bryan Clark (14) of Michigan State finds little running room THE BOILERMAKERS then halted
during the second quarter of yesterday's 33-23 loss to Iowa. Putting the stop another Indiana threat on a pass inter-
on Clark are Hawkeyes Todd Simonsen (37) and Kent Ellis (44). ception and iced the game with six
minutes to go on Seibel's field goal.
NCAA ROUNDUP

The Boilermakers wrapped the game
up with Augustyniak's third scoring run
from one yard out with just two minutes
left.
Herrmann, who passed for 269 yards,
suffered a mild concussion when he was
tackled on the play before Seibel's field
goal.
Indiana finished 5-3 in the Big Ten
and 7-4 overall.
Iowa 33, Michigan St. 23,
IOWA CITY, Iowa - Senior Dennis
Mosley, bringing the Big Ten rushing
title back to Iowa for the first time in 20
years, scored three touchdowns to lead
the Hawkeyes to a 33-23 season-ending
football victory over Michigan State
yesterday.
Mosley racked up 136 yards Satur-
day, giving him both the Iowa career
Big 10Standings

rushing record and the Big Ten season
mark. Mosley's 892 yards this year beat
out the 831 gained by Michigan's Butch
Woolfolk.
THE COME-from-behind victory
boosted Iowa's conference mark to 4-4
and is the Hawkeyes' best finish since
going 4-3 in 1968. Michigan State
finished with an identical record of 4-4
in the Big Ten, 5-6 overall.
The loss ended a disappointing season
for Michigan State, which had been a
pre-season favorite to finishhhigh in the
Big Ten conference.
Wisconsin 42, Minnesota 37
MINNEAPOLIS - Wisconsin quar-
terback Mike Kalasmiki ran for three
touchdowns and passed for, two more,
rallying the Badgers from an early
deficit to a 42-37 football victory over
Minnesota yesterday in the final Big
Ten game for both teams.
Minnesota roared to a 14-0 lead in the
first seven minutes of play on runs of 38
and 20 yards by fullback Garry White,
but Wisconsin then outscored the

Gophers 35-3.
THE GOPHERS got the ball for the
final time with less than two minutes to
play and had their final drive stopped at
the Wisconsin 20-yard line as time ex-
pired.
Wisconsin ended its Big Ten season
with a 3-5 record, 4-7Eoverall. Minnesota
dropped to 3-5-1 in conference play and
4-6-1 overall.
Illinois 29, N'western 13
EVANSTON, Ill. - Freshman Mit-
chell Brookins "broke loose for touch-
down runs of 40 and 20 yards and a total,
of 180 yards in 23 carries yesterday to
propel Illinois to a 29-13 Big Ten football
victory over Northwestern in the
season finale for both.
The victory enabled Illinois to finish
the season in ninth place inthe Big Ten.
with a 1-6-1 record, and snapped their
conference winless streak at 19 games:
The Illini are 2-8-1 overall.
Northwestern, 1-10 overall and 0-9 irf
the conference, finished in last place ikii:,
the Big Ten for the fourth straight
season.

Conference
Ohio State 8 0 0
Purdue 7 1 0
MICHIGAN 6 2 0
Indiana 5 3 0
Iowa 4 4 0
Wisconsin 3 5 0
Minnesota 3 5 0
Michigan St. 3 5 0
Illinois 1 6 0
Northwestern 0 9 0

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Crimson Tide blanks

By the Associated Press
TUSCALOOSA, Ala.-Quarterbac
Steadman Shealy passed for 187 yard
and a touchdown and Alabama's sting
defense intercepted five passes as th
top-ranked Tide dominated Miami o
Florida 30-' in a nationally televise
football game yesterday.
The victory was Alabama's 10th o
the season and 19th in a row, the longes
current string in the nation. It was th
Tide's fifth shutout of the season, a yea
in which Bama has averaged giving u
only four points a game.
The five interceptions, all by di
ferent backs, gave Alabama 25 for th
season, breaking the record of 24 set b,
the 1952, 1966 and 1968 teams.
Shealy teamed with Tim Travis on,
56-yard scoring pass play on Alabama'
second possession, with Travis fa
behind all Hurricane defenders whe
the ball reached him.
Shealy's 187 yards came on -nin
completions in 15 attempts.
Arkansas 22, Tx. A&M 10
COLLEGE STATION, Texas -
Arkansas' Kevin Scanlon picked Texa
A&M apart with his passing and Darry
Bowles rushed over 100 yards an
scored on runs of 22 and 8 yards as th
eighth-ranked Hogs defeated th
Aggies 22-10 yesterday.
Scanlon, the -SWC's leading percen
tage passer, ripped up the Aggie defen
se, starting in the second quarter whe
the Hogs took a 10-0 lead on a 45-yar
field goal by Ish Ordonez and a 22-yar
run by Bowles.
The Aggies, trying to play. the role o
spoiler in the SWC, struck back in th
third quarter for their only scorin
drive which ended with David Hardy'
27-yard field goal.
SCORES
Ohio State 18, Michigan 15
Purdue 37, Indiana 21
Iowa 33 Michigan St. 23
Wisconsin 42, Minnesota 37
Illinois 29, Northwestern 13
Clemson 16, Notre Dame 10
S. Carolina 35. Wake Forest 14
Oklahoma 24, Missouri 22
Georgia Tech 24, Navy 14
Princetone 26, Cornell 14
Auburn 33, Georgia 13
N. Carolina 13, Virginia 7
Arkansas 22, Texas A&M 10
SouthernaMethodist 35, Texas Tech 10
California 21. Stanford 14
UCLA 35, Oregon 0
Ielaware 24. Colgate 16
W. Michigan 17, E. Michigan 7
Pittsburgh 40, Army 0
Maryland 28, Louisville 7
N. Carolina St. 28, Duke 7
Colorado 31, Kansas 17
Penn St. 22, Temple 7
Ball St. 42, N. Illinois 0
Nebraska 34, Iowa St. 3
Baylor 45, Rice 14
Toledo 29, Kent St.3
Air Force 30, Vanderbilt 29
Kentucky31,.Florida 3
Oklahoma St. 42, Kansas St. 15
Boston College 27, Syracuse 10
Massachusetts 29, New Hampshire 0
NBA
Houston 102, Atlanta 100
New York 113, Boston 109
Washington Ill, Utah 103
New Jersey 98, Detroit 93
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But Ordonez returned twice in the
fourth quarter to add field goals of 25
and 41 yards and Bowles added an 8-
yard touchdown run in the final three
minutes.
Oklahoma 24, Missouri 22
COLUMBIA, Mo.-Billy Sims rushed
for 282 yards yesterday, including a
spectacular 70-yard scoring gallop in
the third quarter, and No. 7 Oklahoma
overcame an aroused Missouri with a
24-22 Big Eight football victor.
Missouri, behind the passing wizar-
dry and running of quarterback Phil
Bradley, led the favored Sooners twice
and missed on a 37-yard field goal at-
tempt with three minutes left that
would have won the game.
Gerry Ellis, who scored twice for the'
Tigers on runs of 1 and 9 yards, sped 37
yards to the Oklahoma 25 with 3:18
remaining.-'
But on third and 8 from the 23,
Bradley was stopped for a 3-yard gain
and Ron Verrilli, who kiced a 39-yard
field goal in the first quarter, missed
from 37 yards, his effort torpedoed by a
high snap from center.
Nebraska 34, lowa St. 3
LINCOLN, Neb. -Nebraska quarter-
back. Jeff Quinn connected with tight
end Junior Miller for two touchdowns

liami, 30-0
and fullback Andra Franklin rammed
two yards for a touchdown, leading the
third-ranked Cornhuskers to a 34-3
triumph yesterday over Iowa State.
The victory by Nebraska set up a Big
Eight conference championship
showdown next week with Oklahoma,
with the Cornhuskers owning a 6-0
league record.
A 22-yard field foal with 1:37 left by
Iowa State's Alex Giffords deprived
Nebraska, 10-0, of its fourth shutout.
Ignited by Quinn,. who was making
only his second start of the year,
Nebraska exploded for 25 points in the
second quarter.
Texas 35, Tx. Christian 10
AUSTIN, Texas-Sophomore A.J.
"Jam" Jones slashed for four touch-
downs-two on split-second pitchouts
from quarterback Donnie Little-as
sixth-ranaked Texas defeated Texas
Christian 35-10 in Southwest Conference
play yesterday.
Jones, the nation's No.'15 rusher,
scored on runs of 3, 5, 4 and 3 yards.
Jones; a 200-pounder, finished with 127
yards on 20 carries and caught two
passes for 32 yards.
Intermittment rain had little effect on
Little, who guided Texas to a 28-0 lead in
just over a quarter before leaving the
game for good with sore ankles.

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