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Tuesday, November 5, 1974


Pace Nine


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Ohio State's 49-7 devastation of
Illinois Saturday was no typical
rout. The triumph marked the
200th victory of Woody Hayes'l
career. During the game, four
other school records were es-
tablished, along with a national;
rushing record.I
Tailback Archie Griffin, with
his 18th consecutive game of+
100 yards or more, broke the+
standard he shared with Okla-+
homa's Steve Owens. The new
record was set during a dazzling,
22-yard touchdown run.I
Griffin, not to be caught!
gloating, passed the credit on+
to the team. "I couldn't have
done anything without my line.
They kept telling me all week
that they would get me the

100 yards. I want a picture of
the whole offensive unit so I
can hang it in my bedroom."
Griffin's 144 yards in the game
boosted his own school career
yardage record to 3,638.
A record Columbus crowd of
87,813 also saw the Bucks equal
the school rushing mark of 517
yards, established against In-
diana in 1962. The 644 total
offense yards surpassed the 1969
Ohio State record by 49.
Cornelius Greene showed his
now familiar versatility, passing
for 127 yards and gaining an-
other 127 in rushing. The junior
quarterback was selected the
Btckeye's offensive back of the
Illinois Coach Bob Blackman
could not give the number one

iug re

cord books

"Charlie is as good as any-
one in the rcountrv and it's

him score when we were back-
Pd n an- an,, . , r d lina

Vile III u1 t.. unry,au e it.N euup on our sx xyar u ne
about time the country real- was a real boost."
ized how good he is," heralds "It was obvious one team
MSU coach Denny Stolz. icame to play and the other
Ur:S:,Baggett himself is even more didn't," lamented Iowa Coach
f confident. "I believe I am the Bob Commings on the 38-14
NIGHT EDITOR: best quarterback in the Big pounding.
+ BILL STIEG Ten. Franklin, Greene and I Northwestern, known for its
S a are similar, I gust think I can: passing attack, ran for its vic-
do as mn things asth can agis
1 ~ ; ~~~tory aantreelingMinst
team enough praise. "I don't as well and a little better.', last weekend.
think I've ever seen a foot- Coach S t o 1 z, reflecting on Realizing the Gohers would
ball team that has more offen- Michigan State's upsets of the g
I be most concerned with the
sive weapons than Ohio State." Buckeyes in '71 and '72, says
1 Attempting to hide part of the he's still after the Big Ten passing arm of Mitch Anderson,
- 1 rown altoug theSparansNorthwestern Coach John Pont
arsenal, Coach Woody Hayes crown, although the Spartan stuck to the ground.
closed the team's practice to the trail Michigan and Ohio State
public yesterday. His decision by 1% games. Jim Trimble was the spark-
is probably based on Michigan Coach Hayes, though cautious, plug with 151 yards and Jim
State's recent improvement and is not too worried. "I don't ex- Pooler gained 106 more as the
the possibility of an upset iii p.ct to score that many points I Wildcats won their first Big Ten
East Lansing this Saturday. this week, but we do expect to game, 21-13.
Michigan State exhibited its win."
potential in posting a 28-21 vic- In other Big Ten games, Mike ..:. ....
tory over the 20th-ranked Wis- Pruitt led the Purdue Boiler- eBig T
consin Badgers. The elimination makers to victory Saturday, Bg Ten
of their many past mistakes and gaining 179 yards in only 10
a stubborn defense seems to be carries. The fullback's 94-yard standings
the key to the Spartans' im- romp against Iowa was the long-
proved performances. est run from scrimmage in Pur- Conference Games
Against Wisconsin, quarter- due history. W L T PF PA
back Charlie Baggett completed "Purdue put on a show that
five out of eight passes for 74 1was unbelievable," bubbled MICHIGAN 5 0 0 139 41
yards and scrambled for 61. Coach Alex Agase. "To have Ohio State 5 0 0 239 49
Michigan State 3 1 1 128 77

h - -


heads or talesi
Marc Feldman
No one has seen ..

..the'real' FranklinL.A. defense leads


2 3 0
2 4 0
1 4 0

L 1G
1 3


THE INEVITABLE and nauseating comparisons have begun.
The wire service stories, all seemingly designed to drum mI S
up interest in the polls, rather than football are full of non-stories m s
like "Who's better, Ohio State or Oklahoma, Michigan or Ohio
State, or is Alabama better than all of them?" ad infinitum, ad SAN FRANCISC
nauseum. Los Angeles defe
The flimsy justification for these reams of copy is either San Francisco's ro
a) comparative scores, b) the words of wisdom by a coach hack Tom Owen, r
who got creamed by both, or c) the alma mater of the sports- in 35-year-old Nor
writer. made the differen
Reasons like injuries to key personnel, turnovers, the site of in the Rams' 1
the game and the possibility that lousy teams don't always play Football League
lousy, never enter the picture. These considerations are too com-
plicated for the average sportswriter, and are often unavailable the 49ers.
to him. The Rams' fron
Fsch week Ohio State's lopsided scores roll in and Michigan tered four sacks,i
continues its less spectacular winning streak so many people which set up a fir
have abandoned the Wolverines and predicted gloom and doom down, and lineb
two weeks from Saturday in Columbus. Robertson interce
Michigan's detractors point to closely contested games at by Snead late i
Stanford, Wisconsin and Indiana, for evidence that Michigan is quarter after the
hardly the Colossus of the Midwest. When Bo Schembechler says veteran had thro
that all he wants to do is beat a team like Illinois, the line is a touchdo pass to
little less laughable than in the past. ington which cut
But in spite of all the travail, Schembecher appears to
be a confident nan heading into the final weeks of the season. lead to two points
One also gets the impression that the things that concern fans Los Angeles wv
and wire service pollsters don't worry Bo. He knows he hasn't consecutive gam
played with a full deck of cards all year. new startingc
Specifically, he hasn't seen the "real" Dennis Franklin all James Harris, w
season. Nagged by a series of ailments Franklin has yet to dis-2
playhis ld frm.23-yard touchdov
play his old form. Bob Klein in thes
Starting with his most famous malady, the shoulder separa-
tion last November, Franklin has made more headlines with his ter and directed
health than his quarterbacking. "I would never have guessed that touchdown drive
so many things would happen to him," said Schembechler. "He's period which in
missed fifty per cent of practice, which makes it awfully tough
to time things."
With Franklin out of the lineup or limping around, Michigan S C O R
has little opportunity for overconfidence. The Wolverines are far
from an omnipotent offensive team without a healthy Dennis
Franklin, and were lucky to escape Bloomington Saturday. The NHL
limping Franklin garnering negative four total yards in the sec- iontrea16, Minnesot
and half.
Franklin's ankle injury is hardly disabling, but for a wHA
player who depends on shiftiness, speed, and cunning, it
might as well be. But Schembechler is hardly willing to let Quebec s, Toronto 3
Franklin rest.
"He will definitely play Saturday. We'll see what he does in NFL
practice, but he's much better than a week ago. There has been j Los Angeles s, San F
no problem with reinjury," Schembechler said.
Franklin isn't the only Wolverine on the shelf. Greg Den
Boer, Michigan's improving tight end, played sparingly Saturday
because of a pulled muscle, and offensive guard Kirk Lewis is ASS(
nursing an ankle.
Defensively, the injury situation is hardly better. Halfback FA
Dave Elliott and end Larry Johnson are both probably out for
the season. Harry Banks, who was knocked unconscious by
Courtney Snyder's knee, spent Saturday night in the hospital and
the aftereffects have been slight. But Bo cautioned, "We're going C
to take it easy on him this week."
Bo probably won't take it easy on the rest of the team as
the toughest stretch of the schedule remains. "Illinois is im- We
proving and Purdue has a great offense. There has been a in t
great improvement on offense throughout the League", said
Bo. "The days of the routs will be over soon, even for Ohio
Whether Bo likes it or not, the writers and fans will continue CONVERSA
to compare and draw conclusions, but remember Michigan was
the class team in 1971 and barely won, and Ohio State was -
stronger in 1969, but Michigan triumphed.
Someone suggested that Bo was getting Ohio State overcon-
fident. "Maybe," said Bo, "but that's not exactly my plan."
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Woody celebrates his 200th win
Woody Hayes is carried off by his Buckeyes after recording his 200th coaching victory last
week when Ohio State mauled Illinois 49-7. It was only one of the landmarks reached by the
Buckeyes in the game-another big one was Archie Griffin setting a new NCAA record for
consecutive 100 yards games (18).

to1513 Win.
O (P) - The passes to Jack Snow and

Gridde Picks

nse punished1
ookie quarter-
met its match
-m Snead, but
ce last night
5-13 National
victory over
it four regis-
including one
rst-half touch-
backer Isiah
pted a pass
n the fourthI
wn a 39-yard
Gene Wash-
the Rams'



But the Rams' margin of vic-
tory turned out to be the three
points provided by David Ray's THE DAILY LIBELS returned home from Wake Forest yester-
20-yard field goal early in the day and were met at Metro airport by "anywhere from eight
fourth quarter, making the to twelve thousand screaming fans," according to a policeman
score 15-6. Ray had drawn a serving as bodyguard for team coach Fielding H. Feldman.
blank on the extra-point at-
mpts followinge pRams' The team then returned to Ann Arbor,'their team bus escorted
touchdowns, trying unsuccess- by eight police cars, to participatet in a victory celebration in
fully to run the ball into the front of the Union.
end zone after a bad snap from "I'm not going to say this is the best team in Libel
center and then kicking wide history," yelled Feldman from the top of the Union's steps.
after the second touchdown. "But 210-0 is apretty good score, considering we only played
ned the scor- three quarters."
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tionally televised game with a
one-yard run off left guard to
complete the first-period drive.
But on the impromptu con-
version try, San Francisco line-
backer Willie harper tackled
Ray, kr--king him out of
bounds just short of the goal

Feldman explained that one of the s Duses was u y
on the way to the stadium, so there were only three players
on hand for the first period.
"Gutsy,determined football" held the Deacons scoreless
until the rest of the squad arrived, according to Feldman.


on its third
e under its
'ho threw a
wn pass to
second quar-
an 80-yard
in the first
cluded long


Snead, acquired from the New
York Giants two weeks ago,
moved the 49ers' offense SO
yards to the Los Angeles 27 af-
ter the second-half kickoff. But
Gossett's 44-yard field goal at-
tempt was blocked by defensive
end Jack Youngblood.

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3. (Ohio State, at Michigan State
4. Wisconsin at Iowa
5. Minnesota at Purdue
6. Alabama at LSU
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