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By MIKE LASH
Big Ten squads continued to
slump in the face of-foreign com-
petition this past weekend, adding
six more losses to an already
bleak intersectional record.
Only Michigan and Ohio State
marched to convincing vic-
tories, while I n d i a n a and
Northwestern pulled off a pair of
squeakers Saturday as all ten
teams battled outside powers.
That left the Big Ten with an
8-13 mark against non-conference
foes this season.
Freshman tailback Archie Grif-
fin of Ohio State exploded for
239 yards rushing to break a 27-
year-old school record as the
Buckeyes trounced North Caro-
lina, 29-14.
"More important than the rec-
ord was the way Archie fired up
the ball club," said Coach Woody
Hayes as he prepared his squad
for its upcoming clash with Mis-
souri. Griffin, adding excite-
ment to a normally dull Buckeye
attack, reeled off runs of 55, 32,
22, and 20 yards, scored on a
nine-yard run and caught one
pass for another 17 yards.
Fullbacks Randy Keith and
Harold Henson scored from 11
and 1 yards, quarterback Greg
Hare ran 17 yards and Blair
Conway bootedta22-yard field
goal for the other Ohio State
scores.
Top-ranked Southern Cal blast-
ed the Michigan State defense for
30 unanswered second half points
to crush the determined but hope-
lessly outmanned Spartans, 51-6.
Backup quarterback Dan Werner
dived over from the one-yard line
in the second quarter for State's
only tally.
"I don't know who is No. 1,
but I imagine USC is as good as
any other team," Coach Duffy
Daugherty reflected later. The
Spartans' overall record now
stands at 1-2.
Down at; South Bend, Purdue
ran into more problems as the
Boilermakers d r o p p e d their
eighth consecutive game, 35-14,
to seventh-ranked Notre Dame.
Irish quarterback Tom Clements
blitzed the Purdue defense for
287 yards in the air and built up
a 35-point bulge early in the

second half before the Irish re-
serves came in.
The Boilermakers' last victory
was a 21-20 thriller over North-
western last year; so far they
are 0-3 this yeason.
It took a last-minute touchdown
for nationally rated Penn State
to squeeze by a stubborn Iowa
squad, 14-10. After the Hawkeyes
had taken a 10-7 edge with only
3:01 left in the game, PSU quar-
terback John Hufnagel directed
a Lion drive that covered 80
yards in nine plays, capped by a
10-yard touchdown toss from
Hufnagel to tight end Dan Natale
with 36 seconds remaining.

Northwestern recorded its first
victory of the season with a
come-from-behind 27-22 win over
winless Pittsburgh. Freshman
running back Craig Boykin
sprinted 44 yards for the winning
touchdown midway through the
last quarter, Just 19 seconds be-
fore that, Pitt had taken a 22-21
edge with a 62-yard TD pass
from quarterback Bob Medwid to
end Todd Toerper and a clutch
two-point conversion pass.
Northwestern C o a c h A l e x
Agase sympathized with the Pan -
thers, saying "I really feel for
Pittsburgh . . . they've really
been snakebit this year . .. but
I'm happy we won."
Indiana overcame a 34-27 defi-
cit late in the game and nipped
Kentucky, 35-34. A Ted McNulty-
to-Bill Armstrong touchdown pass
with 1:06 remaining set the
Hoosiers up for a successful two-
point conversion play, which
gave them the winning margin.
Indiana is now 2-1.
'Nebraska used the brilliant
running of Johnny Rodgers and
Gary Dixon to crush Minnesota,
49-0. Minnesota quarterback Bob
Morgan was unable to get any-
thing going against the stingy
Cornhusker defense as the Go-
phers fell to 0-3 for the season.
Despite the powerful running of
Wisconsin back 'Rufus "Road-
runner" Ferguson, the Badgers
dropped a 27-7 contest to Louisi-,

en slips iaaun

Iwering thir record
-1. Th Badger defense was
sty id by tailha'k Chris Dantin,
why -r k, 'l. 115 yards on 27
_arries for LSU.
t Seattle, Illinois Coach Bob
Bla k-nan watched as his squad
went down in smoke to Sonny
Sixkiller and the Washington
H'skies, 31-11.
"One thing that has puzzled me
since I came here," said the
former Dartmouth coach, "is the
lack of a sense of state pride.
We have outstanding high school
football programs and coaching
in Illinois, but our talent is-scat-
tered all over the country."
Blackman believes that much
of the reason for his team's bad
start also lies in thestough sched-
ule and unwanted injuries facing
the Illini. Whatever the case, Six-
killer and the Huskie passing at-
tack completely dominated Il-
linois, and a fiery defensive unit
kept the Illini in check most of
the way as Coach Blackman's
squad dropped its third straight
contest of the season.
AP grid poll
has USC 1st,
Michigan 5th
By The Associated Press
Southern California and Okla-
homa remained 1-2 yesterday in
The Associated Press college foot-
ball poll while Ohio State and
Alabama moved into the third and
fourth positions.
MICHIGAN moved up from
eighth to fifth place after trounc-
ing previously unbeaten Tulane
41-7, and picked up one first place
vote.
The Trojans of Southern Cal
received 36 first-place ballots and
970 of a possible 1,000 points from
a nationwide panel ofsportswriters
and broadcasters following their
fourth consecutive triumph, a 51-6
rout of Michigan State.
Oklahoma walloped Clemson 52-3
and received 13 first-place votes
and 907 points. But Colorado and
Tennessee, 3-4 a week ago, dropped
well down in the rankings after
being upset by Oklahoma State 31-
6 and Auburn 10-6 respectively.
Tennessee fell to10th, Colorado to
12th.
Top Twenty
1. Southern California (36) 4-0 970
2. Oklahoma (13) 3-0 907
3. Ohio State 2-0 626
4. Alabama 30 612
5. MICHIGAN (1) 3-0 565
6. Nebraska 3-1 59
7. Notre Dame 2-0 490
8. Louisiana State 3-0 467
9. Texas 2-0 241
10. Tennessee 3-1 197
11. washington 4-0 190
12. Colorado 3-1 187
13. Florida State 4-0 162
14. UCLA 3-1 144
15. Stanford 3-0 100
16. Penn State 2-1 97
17. Auburn 3-0 18
18. Mississippi 3-0 41
19. Air Force 3-0 39
20. (tie) Iowa State 3-0 38
Daily Libels 1-0 38
others receiving votes, listed alpha
betically: Arizona State, Arkansas,
Georgia, Oklahoma State, southern
Methodist, Texas Christian, West Vir-
ginia.
12 o'clock high
Co-captains of the Air F o r c e
Academy footbal lteam are center
Orderia Mitchell of Elkhart, Ind.,
and defensive end Gene Ogilvie of
San Jose, Calif.

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