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October 18, 1970 - Image 8

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Page Eight


Sunday, October 18, 1970 I






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By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS - Fullback John
Brockington exploded for two
touchdowns and 187 yards yester-
day, powering topranked Ohio
State to a 28-8 Big Ten conference
football triumph over Minnesota.
Rex Kern, the Buckeyes' slick
quarterback, also scored twice as
Ohio State won its fourth straight
game of the season before an Ohio
Stadium record crowd of 86,660.
Kern, keeping the Buckeyes in
the thick of the Rose Bowl race
with Ohio State's second Big Ten
win, ran eight and 10 yards for
touchdowns and piled up 160 total
Brockington, a 220-pound block-
buster from Brooklyn, N.Y., ran'

one and 62 yards for his touch-
downs. The latter run was the
longest of the season for the
Bucks. Brockington had dashed
25 yards for the longest bomb of
the season against Michigan State
last week.
Meanwhile, the veteran Buck-
eye defense shut off Minnesota's
ground game and forced Gopher
quarterback Craig Curry to the air
47 times.
Curry, hitting his short passes
with amazing accuracy, completed
28 for 46, and one touchdown. The
score was an 11-yarder to Kevin
Hamm with six minutes to go.
Minnesota now is 2-3 for all
games and 1-1 for the conference.
The Buckeyes scored the first



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four times they had the ball, one!
on Brockington's rushing bomb
and the other three after long,
methodical drives.
Ohio State surged 80 yards in
11 plays after the opening kick-
off, Kern faking a pass and keep-
ing the ball for the last eight
* * *
Boilers explode
IOWA CITY - Purdue parlayed
two second half touchdown drives
and Arnold Carter's 90-yard pass
interception return into a 24-3
victory yesterday to spoil Iowa's
The victory was Purdue's 10th
straight over the Hawkeyes.
In winning, Purdue evened its
Big Ten Conference record at 1-1,
the same as Iowa's. The Boiler-
makers are 3-2 overall, compared
to 1-4 for Iowa.
A pounding ground game led
by sophomore Otis Armstrong and
an alert defense let Purdue rally
from a 3-3 halftime deadlock and
win going away.
Mike Renie's record 47-yard
field goal brought Purdue to a
3-3 deadlock with five seconds
left in the first half and then
midway in the third quarter Arm-
strong bolted 63 yards off right
tackle for the go-ahead. touch-
After an exchange of punts the
Boilermakers marched 80 yards
in 16 plays with quarterback
Chuck Piebes scoring the touch-
down from 1 yard out for a 17-3
lead with 11:25 to play.
Carter added the clincher with
5:31 remaining by picking off a
Kyle Skogman pass and racing
90 yards down the sideline for
another touchdown.
Iowa's only score came midway
in the second quarter when Mar-
cos Melendez booted a 32-yard
field goal. Iowa, thereafter, pene-
trated Purdue territory only four

Purdue built its edge with 332
yards rushing, compared to 128
for Iowa. Armstrong finished with
164 yards in 25 attempts to lead
the charge.
Wildcats wing
MADISON - Northwestern's
surprising Wildcats, led by quar-
terback Maurice Daigneau and
fullback Mike Adamle, exploded
for two touchdowns late in the
game yesterday to score a 24-14
Big Ten football victory over
Daigneau hit halfback Allison
Robinson with a 16-yard touch-
down pass early in t h e fourth
quarter to give the Wildcats a 17-
14 fourth quarter lead and Ada-
mle dashed 43 yards to pay dirt
a short time later.
The victory was the second in
as many Big Ten starts for Coach
Alex Agase's Wildcats, now 2-3.
The loss was the second in con-
ference play for Wisconsin.
Northwestern struck early on a
26-yard touchdown pass from
Daigneau to flanker Barry Pear-
son midway through the first
quarter, capping a 67-yard march.
* * ,
Hoosiers haul
CHAMPAIGN - Chris Gart-
ner's 31-yard go-ahead field goal
and a 28-yard touchdown on a
pass interception by tackle John
Debbout lifted Indiana to a 30-
24 Big Ten football victory over
Illinois yesterday.
The triumph was the first of
the season for the Hoosiers and
broke a two-year, seven-game
losing streak. It also spoiled the
day for an Illini homecoming
crowd of 42,709.
Early in the second quarter
there was an announcement of a
bomb threat. Few, if any, left the
stadium but it apparently shook
up the Illini who had piled up a
16-0 lead the first three times
they handled the ball.



-Associated Press
MINNESOTA4S BARRY MAYER (38) is in the process of being
brought down to earth after a short gain against Ohio State.
The Big Bad Buckeyes went on to bash the Gophers 28-8.


Ruggers emasculate State

The Michigan Ruggers had dou-
ble the pleasure and half the
trouble as both the 'A' and 'B'
squads soundly defeated the Mich-
igan State Spartans yesterday at
Palmer Field.
The 'A' team made shorter work
of their cross-state rivals than
their gridiron comrades as they
crushed the Spartans 26-0. The
'B' team also added to the ig-
nominity of the day for the wear-
ers of the green and white as they
took advantage of State 16-6.
In the 'A' game the Michigan

Blues exhibited generally good
teamwork and played some very
unselfish rugby at times. But
Michigan State, which is short on
finesse but long on enthusiasm,
reduced the Blues to their level of
play for the most part.
Ron Smith scored twice for
Michigan while Jeff Grill galloped
25 yards for the first try of his
"We've got a good team," com-
mented Michigan mentor John
Robson after the game. "What
disturbs us is that we are easily
pulled off our basic game plan."
Toronto did the same thing to the
Blues and handed them their only
big loss of the season.
Yesterday's twin victories keep
the rugger's home winning streak,
which dates to the spring of 1969,
still alive.



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