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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesdcav. October 30. 1973

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By RICH LERNER
The Ohio State Buckeye and
Michigan Wolverine machines
steamrolled onward towards their
titanic clash November 24, while
the University of Illinois firmly
established itself as a Big Ten
title contender last Saturday. Illi-
nois collected 502 yards rushing
and pasted the Hawkeyes of
Iowa, 50-0.
The Illini had not scored a

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touchdown in the past 15 quar-
ters, although Dan Beaver's field
goals and their strong defense
had provided them with two con-
secutive Big Ten wins. Coach
Bob Blackman's crew made up
for it, though,'by crossing the
Iowa goal line seven times.
Freshman running back Jim
Phillips' two touchdown runs, in-
cluding a second - period 62-
yard sprint, paced Illinois in the
massacre. More importantly for
the Illini was their strong defen-
sive showing against the poten-
tially explosive Hawkeyes. Illi-
nois faces its moments of truth
the next two Saturdays when
they meet Ohio State and Michi-
gan back-to-back.-
Northwestern held Ohio State
to a scoreless tie after one quar-
ter before collapsing and allow-
ed the Buckeye's to score 53
points in the second and third
periods on route to a 60-0 rout.
It was OSU's defense which
provided the Bucks with the op-
portunity to score so frequently.
With no score early in the sec-
ond quarter, Ohio State's Neal
Colzie broke loose a punt return
for 45 yards to set up the Scar-.
let and Gray's first tally, a two-
yard run by quarterback Cor-
nelius Greene.
Soon after Randy Gradishar
Ohio's State's All-American line-
backer, returned an intercepted
Mitch Anderson aerial to the
Northwestern 19. A few plays
later sophomore tailback Archie
Griffin raced in from the 18.
The Buckeyes scored for the
third time in the second quarter
when Ken Fox fell on a blocked
punt in the Northwestern end
zone. The Ohio defense provided
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another score for the top-ranked
Buckeyes in the third period
Wien Colzie returned an inter-
ception all the wy.
In additional conference play
Michigan State and Wisconsin
garnered their first loop wins,
beating Purdue and Indiana re-
spectively.
MSU quarterback Charlie Bag-
gett led the disshevelled Spartans
to a 10-7 win. The burly Baggett
scrambled for 133 yards, includ-
ing a 69 yard touchdown scam-
per. The Spartans scored first
after defensive back Bill Simp-
son returned an interception 54
yards to the Purdue 12, leading to
Dick Kryt's 23-yard field goal.
Purdue answered with a drive
engineered by senior quarterback
Bo Bobrowski. The Boilermakers
scored on fullback Pete Gross'
two-yard blast. For the rest of
the afternoon, the Spartan de-
fense, blessed with strong field
position and offense-hampering
rain, contained Purdue in the sec-
ond half, preserving the rare
MSU victory.
The Wisconsin Badgers, after
withstanding a murderous early
schedule, showed what they could
do when given the chance against
a mediocre team, whipping the
Indiana Hoosiers 31-7. After an
early Wisconsin field goal, Indi-
ana back Sylvester Wilson fum-
bled the ensuing kickoff and the
Badgers recovered on the Indiana
16. Jeff Marek carrried on the
next three carries and tallied on
the third from five yards out.
Indiana scored their only points
when s'persoph Quinn Buckner
intercepted a Gregg Bohlig pass
and brought it back to the Wis-
consin 41 yard line. Indiana
drove in close to the goal on two
strong r'is by Ken Starling, and
Mike Glazier scored from the
one shortly thereafter. Wiscon-
sin added three more touchdowns
to ice the gime, two of the scores
by Marek.
Next week's Big Ten action
finds Ohio State at Illinois, Pur-
due at Iowa, Wisconsin at Michi-
gan State, Minnesota at North-
western and Indiana here against
the Wolverines.

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