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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 1, 1974

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By TOM CAMERON ranking.
The Big Ten gridiron teams Wisconsin spotted the Buf-
were brought back to earth last faloes ten points early in the
Saturday. With the exception of game, but then scored three
Purdue, all reverted to a brand successive times to take the
of football more typically ex- lead, 21-10. Early in the fourth
pected of them. quarter, though, Colorado came
The week before, Big Ten storming back to end the Bad-
teams pulled off three major gers' dreams of national ac-
upsets in a Saturday of non- claim this season.
conference games. On that day, LATER IN THE day Michigan
seven of the conference mem- State felt the wrath of revenge
bers tasted victory. But last from UCLA, 56-14. The Bruins,
Saturday cooled the hot Big Ten their pride badly bruised by an
down as five of them bit the embarrassing 21-10 loss to Iowa,
dust to put the loop's non- piled up over 500 yards on the
conference record at 12-7-1.
PURDUE ROCKED the coun-
try by shocking second-ranked
Notre Dame in a 31-20 pounding.{
But while that upset was taking
place, three other teams beaten
by the Big Ten the week before
got revenge. It's the top of the ninth. Th(
First, Wisconsin fell. Their 5-4. If the Birds lose this one,
heads still floating after beating John Hiller gets the word from
highly-ranked Nebraska, the "What do you mean, I did
Badgers were stopped by Colo- Why to 2 uMmyad by idn
j rado in a come from behind entry to 420 Maynard by midnig
victory, 24-21,mtoflose their over Notre Dame!" The Yankee
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young MSU defense, scoring
fourteen points in each quarter.
"We got demolished," said,
State head coach Denny Stolz.
"They kicked the hell out of us.
We were beaten badly and offer
no excuse."
Actually, the Spartan offense
was not really inept, rolling up
338 yards on the ground. But
UCLA quarterback John Sciarra
had a field day, running and
passing for 237 yards, and the
Spartans were never really in
the game.
Also feeling the effects of a
Pik
he Tigers are leading the Orioles
the Yankees are tied for first,
manager Ralph Houk.
n't win the Griddies? I got my
ght Friday, and I picked Purdue
s will have to wait til next year.
was this week's winner of the

wear,
prelvious Big Ten upset were
the Wildcats of Northwestern,
as Nebraska demolished them,
49-7. Meanwhile, Penn State!
came off their Navy upset to
thrash Iowa, 27-0, denying the
Hawkeyes a first down until thel
fourth period.
Kentucky held off a late In-
diana charge and held on to
a 28-22 lead to complete the
Big Ten losses.
EVEN OHIO STATE did not
have its usual killing. .Woody
Hayes had to be disappointed
with a mere 28-9 domination of
Southern Methodist University.
The country's number one team,
known for running up scores,
could manage only four touch-
downs.
"I'm glad to get that one
over with," said Hayes. "We
certainly didn't improve be-
tween our second and third
games."

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Tailback Archie Griffin found
the end zone twice for the Bucks
and compiled 157 yards for the
day, the fourteenth consecutive
time the junior has surpassed
the 100 yard mark.
Wingback Brian Bashnagel,
often overshadowed by Griffin,
also scored twice and compiled
144 yards in seven attempts. One
touchdown was on a Cornelius
Greene pass while the other was
a 44-yard run.
Illinois had an even tougher
time capturing a 21-19 victory
over Washington State. The Il-
lini needed a 22-yard touchdown
pass with only 34 seconds left
to overcome four lost fumbles
and one touchdown called back
by penalty.
Quarterback Jeff Hollenbach
found receivers in the end zone
three times in the game, in-
cluding the game-saving pass to
Jeff Crystal for the winner.

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1. MICHIGAN at Stanford 11. Alabama at Mississippi
(pick score) 12. LSU at Florida
2. California at Illinois 13. Va. Military vs. Virginia
3. West Virginia at Indiana Tech. (at Richmond)
4. Iowa at USC. 14. Pittsburgh at N. Carolina
S. Notre Dame at Michigan 15. Georgia at Clemson
State 16. Richmond at Furman
6. Minnesota at Nebraska 17. Western Michigan at Kent
7. Oregon at Northwestern State
8. Ohio State at Washington 18. Navy at Boston College
St. 19. Pennsylvania at Brown
9. Purdue at Duke 20. Daily Libels vs. Edit
10. Missouri at Wisconsin Staff Flunkies
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Tuesday, Oct. 1 12:00 Noon
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By The Associated Press
Ohio State survived another
wave of upsets last weekend
and held on to first place in
The Associated Press college
football rankings.
The Buckeyes, 42-point favor-
ites, had a tougher time than
expected but defeated Southern
Methodist 28-9 and received 26
first-place votes and 1,044 of a
possible 1,140 points Monday
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sports writers and broadcast-
ers.
Notre Dame, ranked second
a week ago, had its hopes for
a second consecutive national
championship jolted in a 31-
20 loss to Purdue. The Fight-
ing Irish dropped to seventh
place while Oklahoma, the
preseason and first - week
leader, massacred Utah State
72-3 and movedup from third
to second with 25 first-place
votes and 1,002 points......
SAlabama and Michigan also
climbed one position eachto
third and fourth, respectively.
Alabama, a 23-10 winner over
Vanderbilt, received four first-
place votes and 898 noints while
Michigan earned five No. 1
votes but only 878 points follow-
ing a 52-0 clobbering of Navy.
TQrns A & M went from ninth
to fifthby trouncing Washing-
ton 28-15. One ballot listed the
A qvies in a fire-wav tie for
first place with Ohio State. Ok-
inhomn, Alabama and Michi-
aan.
The Too2
By The Associated Press
The Associated Press Top Twen-
ty, with first-place votes in paren-
theses, season record and total
points. Points tabulated on basis of
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