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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 20;,1981-Page 9

BIG TEN ROUNDUP

*Bucks breezi

'COLUMBUS (AP)- Eighth-ranked
Ohio State survived Michigan State's
second-half rally that included a Big
Ten Conference record 63-yard field
goal by Morton Andersen to defeat the
Spartans 27-13 in college football'
yesterday.
However, the Buckeyes, 2-0, played
the entire fourth quarter without star
uarterback Art Schlichter. The senior
uffered a moderate ankle swain with
21 seconds left in the third quarter.
THE BUCKEYES were leading 20-7
when Bob Atha took over for Schlichter
and set the stage for Andersen's kicking
performance.
The left-footed specialist from Den-
mark kicked field goals of 44 and 63'
yards to bring the 19-point underdogs to
thin 20-13 midway through the fourth
quarter. Andersen's 63-yard effort
wiped out the conference field goal
record of 59 yards set by Ohio State's
Tom Skladanly set against Illinois in
1975.
Michigan State, 0-2, had an oppor-
tunity to score a possible tying touch-
down later in the quarter, but quarter-
back John Leister threw three straight
incompletions. Atha wrapped up the.
victory for Ohio State by bursting 22
yards for a touchdown with one minute
remaining.
innesota 16, Purdue 13
MINNEAPOLIS (AP)- Frank
Jacobs ran for two touchdowns and
Minnesota turned back two fourth-
quarter drives by Purdue as the
Gophers posted a 16-13 victory over the
Boilermakers yesterday in the Big Ten
football opener for both teams.
* All the scoring came in the firsit half,
with Jacobs bulling over from one yard
out with just 29 seconds left in the
second quarter for what turned out to
be th winning touchdown. ' r
JACOBS, A junior fullback, also
scored pj a 3-yard run in the first quar-
ter "and Jimn Gallery kicked a 35-yard
field goal for a 9-0 Minnesota lead.
Purdue battled back- in the second
quarter on a 1-yard run by Eric Jordan
and a 34-yard touchdown pass from

Campbell to Steve Bryant to go ahead
13-9.
UCLA 31, Wisconsin 13
MADISON (AP)-Tom Ramsey
plunged for one touchdown and fired
scoring passes of 27 and 3 yards to tight
end Tim Wrightman, leading ninth-
ranked UCLA to a 31-13 college football
victory of No. 20 Wisconsin yesterday.
Tailback Kevin Nelson rushed for 91
yards for UCLA, 2-0, which took a 14-0
lpad with scoring drives covering 66
and 48 yards on the Bruins' first two
possessions. d
THE BADGERS closed to within 21-13
late in the first half on a 7 yard touch-
down pass from Jess Cole to freshman
Michael Jones. But the conversion at-
tempt failed.
UCLA made it 28-13 in the third quar-
ter on Ramsey's second touchdown
pass to Wrightman.
UCLA's Norm Johnson added a 40
yard field goal with 9:39 to play to*give
UCLA a 31-13 victory.
Iowa St. 23, Iowa 12
AMES (AP)- Quarterback John
Quinn and tailback Dwayne Crutchfield
esch scored a touchdown and Alex Gif-
fords booted three field goals to lift
Iowa State to a 23-12 victory over Iowa
in non-conference college football
yesterday.
Iowa State 2-0, playing the Hawkeyes
at home for the first time since 1934,
was able to control the football against
an Iowa defense that last week shut off
powerful Nebraska 10-7 last week.
QUINN RAN eight yards for a touch-
down midway through the first quarter
and Crutchfield bowled over from three
yards out late in the second period as
the Cyclones built a 17-6 half-time lead.
Giffords kicked a 48-yard field goal in
the opening period, and added three-
pointers of 40 and 34 yards in the second
' half.
USC 21, Indiana 0
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP)-

bypartan
Tailback Marcus Allen rushed for 274 st scoring drive from their own 15-yard
yards and two touchdowns yesterday as line early in the third quarter. Six plays
second-ranked Southern California, took Southern Cal to midfield, then a
wearing down Indiana's defense in the face mask penalty on Indiana nullfied a
second half, rolled to a 21-0 college foot- fumble by Allen and gave the Trojans
ball victory. first down at the Hoosiers' 32.
The Hoosiers stopped three long Four straight runs by Allen moved
Trojan drives in the first half as the two the ball to the 19, and the 200-pound
teams battled to a scoreless tie at the senior then took a pitch-out for the go-
intermission. The second half, ahead touchdown.,
however, belonged to Southern Califor- It took nine plays on Southern Cal's
nia. next possession before backup tailback
THE TROJANS, 2-0, started their fir- Fred Crutcher ran in from 11 yards out.

boots, 2 7-13

Illinois 17, Syracuse 14
CHAMPAIGN (AP)- Mike Bass
booted a 23-yard tie-breaking field goal
into a 17-mph wind after Mike Murphy
had plunged one yard for a touchdown
yesterday to give Illinois an uphill 17-14
victory over Syracuse in an intersec-
tional football game.
Illinois marched 66 yards for a touch-
down on its first possession. But the
Orangemen came back to tie it and then
went ahead after recovering a. fumble
on the Illinois 4-yard line before Joe
Morris scored his second touchdown to
put Syracuse ahead.
TRAILING 14-7, Illinois marched 77
yards on the passing of Tony Eason
before Murphy went over for the tying
touchdown. The next time the Illini
gained control, they drove to the
Syracuse 6-yard line before Bass booted
his game-winning field goal.
The victory was Illinois' second
straight and gave them a 2-1 record,
while Syracuse slumped to 0-3.

Big Ten Standings

Conference

Ohio State .......
Minnesota........
Illinois .............
Indiana ...........
Wisconsin........
Iowa..............
MICHIGAN ......
Purdue ..........
Northwestern.....
Michigan State.

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Yesterday's scores
MICHIGAN 25, Motre Dame 7
Ohio State 27, Michigan State 13
UCLA 31, Wisconsin 13
Illinois 17, Syracuse 14
Iowa State 23, Iowa 12
USC 21, Indiana 0
Minnesota 16, Purdue 13

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Tigers s
CLEMSON' (AP)- Clemson's ball
control strategy worked to perfection
nd a fired-up defense intercepted
eorgia's Buck Belue five times as the
Tigers upset the fourth-ranked
Bulldogs 13-3 in college football yester-
day.
The loss ended Georgia's 15-game
winning streak, the longest in the
nation.
CLEMSON quarterback Homer Jor-
dan tossed an 8-yard touchdown pass to
wide receiver Perry Tuttle with 7:13
remaining in the second period for the
only points the Tigers needed to avenge
a 20-16 loss last year to the eventual
Wtional champions.
Freshman placekicker Donald
Igwebuike kicked two field goals, a 39-
yarder just before halftime and a 29-
yarder early in the fourth quarter, as
Clemson improved its record to 3-0.
Georgia's only points came on a 40-
yard field goal by Kevin Butler with
11:24 left in the third period.
GEORGIA'S All-American tailback,
aerschel Walker, was limited to 111
ards rushing on 28 carries-well below
his season average of 164 yards. Walker
also lost two fumbles, including one at
thetlemson 17 early in the game.
North Carolina 49,
Miami (Ohio) 7
CHAPEL HILL (AP)+- North
Carolina tailback Kellin Bryant ran for

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136 yards and scored five touchdowns,x
leading the 10th-ranked Tar Heels to a
49-7 rout of Miami of Ohio yesterday..
Bryant scored on runs of 8, 2, 1 and 4
yards, and caught a 15-yard touchdown
pass from quarterback Rod Elkins.
THE TAR HEELS' offense, which
sputtered on a number of drives in the
first half, came alive in the second to
put together two long drives behind
Bryant's running and Elkins' passing.
Elkins completed 14 of 24 passes for 174
yards.
Miami managed only 22 total yatds in
the first half. The Redskins penetrated
Tar Heels' territory only three times
and had only 178 total yards, mostly
against the North Carolina reserves.
Three Redskins' passes were intercep-
ted.
The Miami TD came late in the game
after backup quarterback John Appold
hit Mike Haffey with a 29-yard pass at
the Tar Heels" 18. Appold hit Bailie
Moorlidge with a 5-yard pass for the
score a few plays later..
Pittsburgh 38, Cincinnati' 7
PITTSBURGH (AP)- Dan Marino
fired five touchdown passes, four to
split end Julius Dawkins, and Pit-
tsburgh's punishing defense yielded 50
net yards as the seventh-ranked Pan-
thhrs beat Cincinnati 38-7 yesterday in
college football.
It was the second beating in a row for
Cincinnati, crushed 52-0 last week by

Penn State. But the Bearcats, 03,
escaped a shutout in the last quarter
when Mike Gates blocked a Dave Hep-
pler punt in the end zone and defensive
back Freddie Logan recovered for a
touchdown.
MARINO, WHO hit 22 of 30 passes for
270 yards, became Pitt's second all-
time passing leader with 3,763 yards.
He surpassed Dave Haverns' 3,659 yar-
ds and trails only Rick Trocano's 4,219
yards.
Pitt's defense allowed one first down
and 27 net yards in the first half. Cin-
cinnati finished with five first downs
and 50 net yards, minus 28 yards
rushing and 78 yards passing.
Washington 20, Kansas St. 3
SEATTLE (AP) - Sophomore quar-
terback Steve Pelluer teamed with
speedster Anthony Allen on a 69-yard
touchdown pass early in the fourth
quarter to propel 15th-ranked
Washington to a 20-3- victory over Kan-
sas State in a mistake-filled, on-
conference' college football game
yesterday.
Each team committed five turnovers
and the Huskies, 19 point .favorites,
didn't put the game away until the
Pelluer-Allen bomb.
PELLUER CAME IN early in the fir-
st quarter when regular Washington
quarterback Tim Cowan suffered what
appeared to be a stretched ligament in
his throwing hand.
Except for a 74-yard scoring drive in

gs, 13-3
the second quarter, the Washington of-
fense mostly sputtered until Pelluer
connected with Allen, a converted quar-
terback, at the Kansas State 45.
From there, it was a foot race bet-
ween the fleet Allen and the Wildcat
defenders, with Allen easily winning to
put Washington in front 17-3 with 12:30
left in the game.
Washington improved its record to 2-
0, while Kansas State fell to 1-1.

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SCORES
College Football
BIG TEN
MICHIGAN 25, Notre Dame 7
Ohio State 27, Michigan State 13
UCLA 31, Wisconsin 13
Illinois 17, Syracuse 14
Iowa State 23, Iowa 12
USC 21, Indiana 0
Minnesota 16, Purdue 13
EAST
ucknell35, Kings Point6
liware 13, Temple 7
Fordham 14, Catholic U.0
Harvard 23. Columbia 6
Massachusetts 13, Holy Cross 10
Millersvill St. 20, Slippery rock 12
Rhode Island 21, Maine 10
Shepherd 16, W. Virginia Tech 10
Springfield 44, C.W. Post 9

Wagner59, Buffalo 7
W. Chester St. 15, Glassboro St.6

N. Michigan 52, Wayne, Mich. 7
Iowa St. 23, Iowa 12

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MIDWEST Nebraska 34, Florida St. 14
Albion 15, Valparaiso0DWsOlivet Nazarene 16, Eureka 10
Cent. Michigan 17, N. Illinois 10yA FR ET
Clarion St. 15, Cent. St., Ohio 14 Wyoming 17, Air Force 10
Denlson 14, Oberlin s , Montana St. 30, Fresno St. 26
Illinois St. 28, E. Michigan7 N. Dakota St. 17, N. Colorado7
Kent St. 17, Akron 6 Washington St. 14, Colorado 10
Missouri 42, Rice 10

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