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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 24, 197e

OKLAHOMA, NEBRASKA STUNNED:

Dorse tt
By The Associated Press naroa
ANNAPOLIS - Pitt's swii 30, si
To)y Dorsett became major becam
college football's all-time rush- 29 yea
ing leader yesterday, carrying ciated
27 times for 180 yards and three Team.
touchdowns as the second-rank- This
ed Panthers swamped Navy gained
45-0. Ties. Hr
Dorsett smashed the record the 6,
of 5,177 yards set by Ohio needing
State's Archie Griffin with a 32- regular
yard touchdown sweep around As R
left end on his final rush of the 7-0 fort
game. It came at 1:38 of the Dorsett
final period and gave the 5-foot- the spo
11, 192-pound senior from Ali- Elliott
quippa, Pa., a career total of yardsf
5,206. down.
En route to the record, Dor-
sett became the first runner 4iizzC
ever to produce four 1,000-yard
s easons. and Joy
He also wiped out the ca- a J
reer mark of 918 rushing at- a recor
tempts by Cornell's Ed Mari- try, 34

races
and boosted his total to !m
tarting in 1973 when he W
ne the first freshman in earli
ars to make The Asso- was
Press' All-America Conf
. 97-ya
season, Dorsett has Bill
1,072 yards on 195 car- in a
e has an outside shot at
000-yard career mark, So
g 794 in Pitt's final four
-season games.
Pitt upped its record to back
the first time in 47 years, 159'
t had to share a bit of back
otlight with running mate offt
Walker who bolted 69 hom
for a third-period touch- half
set f
* * yest
It
you amazes ond
OLN, Neb.-Peter Woods' Coac
oe Stewart combined on drop
rd 98-yard pass play yes- unbe
lifting No. 17 Missouri W
-24 upset over third-rank- on a
braska in -a Big Eight ning
ence football game. Abbt
nationally televised tilt 46-ya
ed a see-saw first half thet
was still in doubt until Cowl
Gibons iced it for the brea
oiri Tigers with a 34- victo
field goal with 1:19 re- trast

to rushing record
dinng in the game.
ooJs' go-ahead scoring pass
ier in the fourth quarter
a record by a Big Eight
erence passer, besting the
ard 1965 effort by Kansas'
Fenton to Willie Ray Smith
Kansas-Texas Tech game.
* * *
oners sulk
ORMAN, Okla. - Running
Terry Miller rambled for
yards and senior quarter-┬░
Charlie Weatherbie came
the bench to direct Okla-
a State to threebsecond-
scores as the Cowboys up-
fifth-ranked Oklahoma 31-24
erday.
was only Oklahoma's sec-
loss in 41 games under
ch Barry- Switzer and
ped the Sooners from the
eaten ranks this season.
eatherbie hit Ricky Taylor
five-yard toss for the win-
touchdowii with 6:46 left.
ie Daigle connected on a .
ard field goal, his third of
day, with 3:34 left and the
boys held on for the win,
king a nine-game Sooners
ory string in the bitter in-
ate rivalry.

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TONY DORSETT celebrates on the shoulders of his Pittsburgh
teammates after running 35' yards yesterday to give him the
yardage needed to break Archie Griffin's old career rushing
record. Dorsett's 180 yards against Navy raises-his college
total to 5,206.
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