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Sunday, November 3, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Sunday, November 3, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Woody,
Hayes achieved his 200th col-'
lege football coaching victory!
and Ohio State junior sensation
Archie Griffin smashed a na-
tional rushing record yesterday,
leading the top ranked Buckeyes
to a 49-7 victory over Illinois.
Griffin, top-ranked Ohio
State's junior tailback, be-
came the first major college
football player to rush for 100
or more yards in 18 straight
games.
Quarterback Cornelius Greene
paced the Buckeyes to their
eighth straight victory, rushing
for 127 yards and completing 8
of 12 pases for another 127
yards.
Greene ran 15 yards to snapI
a 7-7 tie late in the second
quarter. Seventeen seconds
before halftime, he passed six
yards to 260-pound tight end

SPARTANS UPSET BADGERS
Grifin grind

this is

ELECT

Illinois

RAE WEAVER

on

Bubba France and drilled an
eight-yard scoring pass to
Mike Bartoszek in the third
quarter.
Greene's performance led Ohio
State to a school record of 644
total yards, 517 of it on the
ground. The previous Buckeye
mark was 595 total yards, set in
1969.
Bob Blackman, the Illinois
coach, said, "I don't think I've
ever seen a college football
team that has more offensive
weapons than Ohio State." a
Spartuns surprise'
MADISON - Scramblingl
Charley Baggett and sophomore
Rich Baes sparked two second-1
half touchdown drives after a
pair of Wisconsin fumbles, lead-
ing Michigan State to a 28-211
football victory yesterday.-
Baggett, the Spartan's roll-

out quarterback, broke a 21-
21 tie with a five-yard touch-
down sweep with 9:12 to play.
The score capped a 65-yard,
seven-play march, after safe-
ty Tom Hannon had recovered
a fumble by Wisconsin's Mike
Morgan at the Spartan 35.

Baes gave the Spartans a 21-
14 lead on a 22-yard broken-payr
run with 4:17 left in the thirdI
quarter. The score came two
plays after linebacker T e r r yj
McClowry had jarred the ball
loose from the Badgers' Billy
Marek at the Wisconsin 24.
Wisconsin gained a 21-21 tie
on a four-yard run by Morgan
50 seconds into the fourth quar-
ter.
Purdue explodes
WEST LAFAYETTE - Speedy

fullback Mike Pruitt romped for
179 yards and two touchdowns
yesterday as Purdue's Boiler-
makers overpowered the Iowa
Hawkeyes, 38-14.
Pruitt broke loose for a
14-yard sprint up the middle
to get Purdue on the score-
board in the first quarter. He
then dashed 94 yards later in
the period to give the Boiler-
makers a 14-0 edgel
Quarterback Mark Vitali scor-
ed twice in the second quarter
on one yard dives and threw
a 13-yard TD pass to fullback
Pete Gross in the third period.
Gophers buried.
MINNEAPOLIS - Jimmy
Pooler rushed for 106 yards
and two touchdowns and Jim
Trimble rambled for 151 yards
to lead Northwestern to a 21-
13 victory over Minnesota.
Northwestern's Mitch Ander-
son, the Big Ten's leading

Big Ten Standings

passer of the last two years,
virtually ignored the air
game, but still threw for 106
yards whileg uiding the Wild-
cats to their first conference
victory of the season.
Northwestern took the second
half kickoff and drove 69 yards
in 13 plays witht Anderson's
five-yard scoring sprint and Jim
Blazevich's extra point kick
boosting the Wildcats to a 21-7
advantage.
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Conference Games

All Games

MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Michigan State
Illinois
Wisconsin
Purdue
Iowa
Minnesota
Indiana
Northwestern

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MICHIGAN 21, Indiana 7
Michigan State 28, Wisconsin 21
Northwestern 21, Minnesota 13
NEXT WEEK'S
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Ohio State at Michigan State
Minnesota at Purdue

Ohio State 49, Illinois 7
Purdue 38, Iowa 14
GAMES
Indiana at Northwestern
Wisconsin at Iowa

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