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Page' Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, December 5, 1972

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, December 5, 1972

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year

Southern Cal takes first
as only undefeated team

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This Week in Sports
THURSDAY
BASKETBALL-Brigham Young at Nassau, N.Y.

Crimson Tide falls back
after closing-giame loss

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NEW YORK (UPI)-Like their
crosstown rivals in basketball,
Southern California's Trojans are
national champions, having been
named the No. 1 college football
team in the nation for 1972 by all
35 coaches on the United Press
International Ratings Board.
Under the guidance of head
coach John McKay, Southern Cal-
ifornia swept over eleven straight
opponents to become the only
major college team in the coun-
try to finish undefeated and were
named No. 1 by all the coaches
on the board, thus out-pointing
Big Eight champion Oklahomaf
10-1, 350-302. The second ranked
Sooners lost their chance for an
unbeaten season and a crack at
No. 1 midway through the season
when they were upset by Colo-
rado.
Ohio State 9-1, Southern Califor-'
nia's Rose Bowl opponent on New
Year's Day, was third in the final
balloting and Alabama 10-1 dropped
to fourthafter falling fromtthe
unbeaten ranks on the final Satur-'
day of the season, 17-16, to arch-'
rival Auburn.
Texas 9-1, which coasted to its
sixth straight Southwest Confer-
ence crown, wound up fifth in the
final balloting followed by MICHI-
GAN 10-1, Auburn 9-1, Penn State
10-1, Nebraska 8-2-1, and Louisiana
State 9-1-1.
The clean sweep of all 35 first
place votes by Southern Cal match-
ed that of UCLA in the 1971-72 final

college basketball ratings and gave
the Trojans their third national'
title. Previously, they were selected
UPI's No. 1 football team in 1962
and 1967. Only Oklahoma and
Texas have been so named three
times by the coaches.
Picked eighth in the preseason
ratings and expected to have a
tough times winning their own
Pacific Eight Conference, the
Trojans, spurred by McKay's
coaching and the spark ignited by,
two sensational sophomores-half-
back Anthony Davis on offense and
linebacker Rich Wood on defense,
rolled to 11 straight victories and
were never really threatened by
defeat.nTheir victims included Ar-
kansas, Notre Dame, and Michigan
State in addition to nationally rank-
ed Washington State and UCLA in
their own conference.
Davis, the 5-9 sophomore run-
ning whiz, almost single-handedly
gave Southern California its final
win of the season when he scored
six touchdowns in the 45-23 win
over Notre Dame and missed
Jimmy Brown's national single
game scoring record by six
points. Davis also finished up
fourth in the nation in scoring
with a 9.8 points per game aver-
age.
The other offensive stars that,
helped Southern Cal average 38.6
points, third nationally behind Ari-;
zona State and Nebraska, were
quarterback Mike Rae and tight
end Charles Young.j

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BRING YOUR PICTURE IN
TO FRAME FOR
AHIN NO.

FRIDAY By RICHARD FLAHERTY
HOCKEY-at Wisconsin Crimson Tide fans sickened last
SWIMMING-at Purdue Saturday as the final seconds tick-
ed away leaving Auburn victorious
SATURDAY over second-ranked Alabama. The
BASKETBALL-at Dayton loss along with a USC pounding
HOCKEY-at Wisconsin of Notre Dame, ruined any chance
SWIMMING-at Illinois of the Tide succeeding the nation-
WRESTLING-at Ohio U. al title.
GYMNASTICS-Iowa Invitational at Iowa City . The Southeast Conference battle
was a defensive one, with previous-
ly undefeated Alabama entering
the fourth quarter confidentally
leading 16-0.
With less than ten minutes to
play, the No. 9 ranked Tigers
sprang to life with a 42 - yard
as Purdue Gardner Jett field goal. Big Bill
grid coach Newton's blocks of two Alabama
punts, both miraculously scooped
WEST LAFAYETTE (T)-Bob DeMoss resigned yesterday after up and converted into touch-
three years as head football coach at Purdue and was named assistant downs by defensive star Dave
athletic director for the Boilermakers. Langner, gave Auburn its one1
point victory.
DeMoss, 45, finished on a winning note, although his three-year Langner, a 5-9, 170 pound defen-
record with the Boilermakers as head coach was 13-18. After a disas- sive back from Birmingham,
trous nonconference start the past season, Purdue built a 6-2 Big Ten stifled Alabama's passing attack,
record for a third-place finish behind Ohio State and Michigan. intercepting Terry Davis's single
DeMoss has been associated with the Purdue football program aerial attempt in the first half. The
as player and coach for 25 years, since 1945 with one year out for Tiger defensive wonder continual-
professionalfootballh ly out maneuvered Alabama's'
p a lfamed wide received Wayne Wheel-
"There was no pressure whatsoever on Bob in his decision-making er, completely supressing any pos-
process from the trustees, President Arthur G. Banson, our athletic sibility of a successful completion!
affairs committee or myself," Athletic Director George King said. to Wheeler.
King said a search committee to screen candidates to succeed Wheeler entered the game with
DeMK sid tlat er th eeks a boast of 30 catches for 573 yards,
ss woul meet ter in te wee but surprisingly left without any
DeMoss, a quarterback in college, had a national reputation as additions to his record. Langner's
a builder of quarterbacks, including pro stars Bob Griese, Len second interception with only 45{
Dawson and Mike Phipps. seconds remaining, assured an Au-
burn triumph.
He first joined the coaching staff in 1950 after graduation and spent 'Nevertheless, Alabama exhibited1
the first season as quarterback coach before being named head fresh- its usual strength in rushing with
man coach. He continued to work with quarterbacks in spring and a total of 235 yards. Relying on its
preseason sessions, and became backfield coach in 1956 when Mollen- hoard of muscle men and speed-f
kopf succeeded Stu Holcomb as head coach. DeMoss succeeded sters, the Tide gained over twice
Mollenkopf after the 1969 season. I as many first downs as Auburn.
Powerhouse Steve Bisceglia led
----___Alabama's assault with 24 carries
for 102 hard earned yards while
UNIVERSITY LECTURE IN the Tide's defense held the Tigers
to a total of 80 yards.
JOUR ALIM SEIESNumber one USC, now the only
JOURNALISM SERIES m 'ajor college team with a per-
fect season record, eased by No-
tre Dame last week to the deci-
sive tune of 45-23. Sophomore An-
thony Davis, running with the
Outstanding Critic of the Press finesse and speed of a future pro,
. utstn gbroke a USC school record, rac-
SpaigOn: Ing 97 yards for a touchdown on
.peaking O :a kick-off return.
The 5-9 185 pounder Trojan from
Freedom of the Press in Ieonardv San Fernando tallied another five

touchdowns with an equally stun-
nizg 96-yard return and one, five,
four, and eight-yard carries, leav-
ing him one touchdown short of
the all-time major college mark
for a single game. Mississippi's
showboat Boykin set the standing
record of seven in 1951.
Davis, who came into the sea-
son as a third stringer, is the only
sophomore and the fifth running
back to rush over 1,000 yards in a
season at USC.
The Fighting Irish capitalized on
sophomore quarterback Tom Cle-
ments' passing ability, scoring
three times as a result of his
prowess in the air. On defense,
Mike Townsend led the Orange
Bowl-bound Irish, intercepting two
passes for a school season record
of 10. The Irish ground out a total
yardage of 360, forty more yards
than their opponent.
.1,ational Football
The National Football Founda-
tion and Hall of Fame announced
after the game that they had
voted USC the winner of the
McCarthur bowl, symbolizing the
college football national cham-
pionship.
Southern Cal, 11-0, will play
Ohio State in the Rose Bowl Jan.
1, while the Irish will battle Ne-
braska in the Orange Bowl on the
same day.
This week winning coaches high-
ly praised their teams for the sea-
son's action. USC coach McKay
claimed "This is the best team
I've had since I've been at USC."
Auburn's Shug Jordan, not to be
outdone raved, "In 22 years I have
always hesitated to put one of my
teams ahead of any of the others,
but today, I'm putting this team
at the top of the list."

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