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Trojan p

x' LOS ANGELES (AP) - Quarterback
John Mazur threw a seven-yard scoring
pass to tight end Fred Cornwell with
just two seconds remaining and
tailback' Marcus Allen rushed for 209
yards yesterday as top-ranked
Southern Cal came from behind to beat
No. 2 Oklahoma 28-24.
Mazur's dramatic pass to Cornwell
was the only reception of the contest for
the junior tight end and just his second
ever for the Trojans. The pass play,
with Mazur rolling left, then finally fin-
ding Cornwell open in the end zone,
capped a 78-yard march by USC in the
waning moments of a contest it had
trailed almost all the way.
ALLEN, A senior who had rushed for
210 and 274 yards, respectively, in
Southern Cal's first two games this fall,
tied an NCAA record by going over 200
yards in three consecutive games. He
carried 39 times against Oklahoma and
scored twice, on a 27-yard dash in the
opening period and a three-yard burst
that brought the Trojans back from a
24-14 deficit to trail by three points with
6:37 remaining.
The Trojans, 3-0, were behind 17-14 at
the intermission. After a scoreless third
quarter in which USC's Frank Jordan
missed a pair of long field goals, the
Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK Sooners extended their advantage to 24-
agony after battling a 14 on a seven-yard run by Darrell
s. Before exiting with a Shepard early in the final period.
ds. Seestory, Page 1 But USC drove 74 yards to draw to
within three points and wor the game

on a third-and-g
seconds. Mazur, a
st year of collegii
pleted 13 of 25 pas
two touchdowns.
scoring on theirt
quarterback Kelly
yard march with
run eight minut
Allen's first scor
count before the o
Oklahoma fullt
who gained 89 y
made it 14-7 on a
second period, the
a 27-yard field g
Southern Cal cut
before halftime a
yard scoring pass
The nationally
tracted a crowd
Angeles Colise
estimated 20,000 ft

The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 27, 1981-Page 9
lass zaps ooners
oal play in the final ning margin in the fourth quarter. added a 30-yard field goal to give
sophomore in his fir- Penn State took advantage of two Nebraska a 10-9 lead.
ate competition, com- fumble recoveries to set up Franco's Todd Blackledge brought Penn State
sses for 149 yards and field goals of 48 and 39 yards in the back with two big pass plays on a late
second quarter. first-half touchdown drive. He hit Ken-
IS, 2-1, opened the Franco also drilled a 29-yarder on the ny Jackson with a 33-yard scoring toss
first possession when Nittan Lions' first possession of the with 30 seconds remaining, capping an
y Phelps capped a N y80- 80-yard march that took 52 seconds.
an 11-yard touchdown game. Blackledge then targeted Coles on a
es into the contest. Nebraska's Roger Craig hurdled in two-point conversion to give Penn State
ing jaunt evened the from three yards out and Eddie Neil a 17-10 halftime lead.
pening quarter ended.
back Stanley Wilson,
yards on 17 carries,
one-yard burst in the
en Michael Keeling hit
goal to make it 17-7.
t the deficit to 17-14
s Mazur lofted a two-
to John Kamana.
televised contest at-
of 85,651 to the Los
um, including an
rom Oklahoma.t-

OUCH! JUNIOR SENSATION Anthony Carter is in
Navy defender for a second-quarter Steve Smith pas
sprained ankle, Carter caught three passes for 50 yar

Penn State 30, Nebraska 24
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Brian Fran-
co kicked a school record five field
goals fnd Curt Warner rushed for 238
yards to lead third-ranked Penn State
to a 30-24 victory over 15th-ranked
Nebraska in non-conference college
football yesterday.
Franco provided the winning margin MON-HAPPY HOUR ALL KITE
with second-half boots of 20 and 32 yar-
ds. The kicks offset touchdown passes HOSPITALITY NIGHT-
of nine yards to Jamie Williams and 16
yards to Scott Woodard by Nebraska's Med. & Dental Students free admission
Mark Mauer. Music by SHARKS
THE NITTANY Lions, trailing 24-20,
scored on a two-yard run by fullback
Joel Coles and on Franco's record-
setting fifth field goal to regain the win-



Brewers slip by

'DETROIT (AP) - Ben Ogilvie's two-
run homer in the eighth inning helped
carry the Milwaukee Brewers into first
place. in the American League East
with a 4-3 victory over the Detroit
Tigers yesterday.
It -was the second game in two days
the Brewers beat Detroit with late-
inning home runs.
ROBIN Yount's three-run homer with
two out in the - ninth inning _lifted the
Brewers to an 8-6 triumph Friday night.
Yount began yesterday's rally in the
eighth with a single off pitcher Milt
Wilcox, 11-9. Cecil Cooper's single
moved Yount to third. Ted Sirmmons
knocked in Yount with a grournder, and
Ogilvie followed his 13th home run of
the season, to right field, giving.
Milwaukee a 4-1 lead,
The victory went to starter Moose
Haas, 10-7. Richie Hebner's second
*home run-of the game, with Steve Kemp
aboard, chased Haas, and Rollie
Fingers came in to get the final three
outs, earning his 28th save.
Astros 5, Dodgers 0 .
HOUSTON (AP) -- Nolan Ryan set\
an all-time NationalLeague record with
the fifth no hitter of his career, allowing
only three walks as he pitched the
Houston Astros to a 5-0 victory over the
Los Angeles Dodgers yesterday.
Ryan, 34, was tied with Sandy Koufax.
gor the most no-hitters in a career.
While with the California Angels -
whom he left to sign with Houston as a
free agent in 1980 - he no-hit Kansas
City 3-0 on May 15 and Detroit 6-0 on
Jul 1. he netya n o-hi Mn
nesota 4-0 on Sept. 28, and recorded his
fourth np-hitter on June 1, 1975 against
Baltimore, winning 1-0.
Ryan also has thrown seven one-
A crowd of 32,115 cheered with
Ryan's every pitch as he approached
the historic achievement of his fifth no-
hitter. Prior to the ninth, he had given
up only three walks. In the final inning,
Ryan, 10-5, fanned pinch-hitter Reggie
Smith on three pitches for his 11th
strikeout of the game.
Indians 7, Red Sox 5
BOSTON (AP) - Toby Harrah, Ron
assey and Rick Manning drove in two
ns each yesterday, and the Cleveland
Indians knocked Boston from a share of
the lead in the American League East
with a 7-5 victory over the Red Sox.
The Indians rapped Boston starter
Dennis Eckersly, 9-7, and reliever Tom
Burgmeier for 15 hits, all singles.
Jorge Orta led the Cleveland attack

with three hits, scoring after each.
Harrah, Mike Hargrove, Von Hayes
and Duane Kuiper had two hits apiece.
The Indians scored four runs in the
first inning and added single runs in the
third, fifth anA seventh innings,
hanging on to hand Boston only its four-
th loss in 13 games.
Cardinals 5, Pirates 3
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Garry Templeton
smacked a game-tying single, and
Keith Hernandez drove in the go-ahead
run with a triple in a three-run seventh
inning that lifted the St. Louis Cardinals
to' a 5-3 victory over the Pittsburgh
Pirates yesterday..
The Cards, snapping a four-game'
losing streak, remained 21%2 games
behind Montreal in the National League

East with each team having eight
games left.
Bob Forsch, 10-5, starting with three
days' rest, hurled seven innings for the
victory and Bruce Sutter, stopped Pit-
tsburgh in the eighth and ninth innings
for his 24th save,

Milwaukee .........
Boston ...........
Detroit .............
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*x-New York......
Cleveland ........
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