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The Michigan Doily-Sunday, October 18, 1981-Page l1

State rips Badgers,



OSU stays alive, 34-27



EAST LANSING (AP) - After five
games in the friendly confines of Camp
Randall Stadium, 14th ranked Wiscon-
sin finally hit the road - and the road hit
The Badgers were ambushed 33-14
Saturday by lowly Michigan State at
Spartan.Stadium, losing their first Big
Ten game this season and a share of the
conference lead.
BUT PLAYING away was not nearly
as big a factor in the game as Bryan
Clark, said Wisconsin Coach Dave Mc-
Clark, Michigan State's senior quar-
terback, threw for three touchdowns,
setting up one with a 41 yard run, as the
Spartans won their first conference
game in four tries.
"Clark had a fine game," McClain
said. "There weren't many phases of
our game that were good, I guess I'm
at a loss for words.
"I REALLY don't know why we
played so poorly. We definitely didn't
put any pressure on the pressure at
Clark hit Daryl Turner for two scores
in the first half and connected with Otis
Grant for a TD in the third quarter.
Aaron Roberts added an insurance
touchdown on a 1 yard run as the Spar-
tans improved their season record to 2.4
Wisconsin dropped to 42 overall and 3-1
in the Big Ten.
Clark completed 18 of 31 passes for 291
yards and ran for 52 yards to amass the
third best day on offense by an in-
dividual in Spartan history.
"The last few weeks this team has
really come together but we have to
work really hard and improve," Spar-
tan Coach Muddy Waters said, clut-
ching the game ball. "I think we will.
"I almost forgot what this feels like,"
he added.
Ohio State 34, Illinois 27
COLUMBUS (AP)-Ohio State survived
another big passing performance by.
Illinois quarterback Tony Eason
yesterday to defeat the Illini 34-27 and
_ Iows e, MICHIGAN 7
-Michigan St. 33, Wisconsin 14
Ohio St. 34, Illinois 27
Indiana 17, Minnesota 1o
Purdue 3s, Northwestern 0
4Iwa*St.34, Missouri 13
i Miami, O. 20, W. Michigan 19
Nebraska 49, Kansas St. 3
'Toledo 17, C. Michigan 3
Brigham Young 27, San Diego St.7
SSouthern Cal 25, Stanford 17
Arizona 18, Oregon 14
UCLA 17, Washington St 17 (tie)
Colorado 11, Oklahoma St. 10
Arkansas 42, Texas 11
paylor 19, Texas A&M17
Oklahoma 45, Kansas7
North Carolina 21, N.C. St. 10
Alabama 38, Tennessee 19
Mississippi St. 14, Miami, Fla. 10
Aubrn 3l, Georgia Tech 7
%:Florida 39, Mississippi 3
Georgia 53. Vanderbilt 21
S Pittsburgh 42, Florida St. 14
Penn St. 41, Syracuse 1s
Slippery Rock 39, Edinboro St. 12
Yale 49, Columbia 17

remain in Big Ten Conference football
title contention.
The Buckeyes, now 2-1 in the league
and 4-2 overall, thwarted Eason's fine
passing performance with three inter-
ceptions, the last by outside linebacker
Anthony Griggs.
WITH 2.05 left, Griggs' interception
stopped the Illini's bid for a last-ditch
touchdown at the Ohio State 33-yard
Illinois, dropping to 2-2 in the con-
ference and 3-3 for all games, overtur-
ned an early 21-10 Ohio State lead and
went on top 27-24 early in the third quar-
ter on a 4-yard run by Eason.
The Illinois quarterback, however,
was more impressive through the air,
hitting 27 of 47 passes for 368 yards. He
has passed for more than 300 yards in
all of his Big Ten starts this season.'
Purdue 35, Northwestern 0
EVANSTON (AP) - Scott Campbell
hurled three touchdown passes an-
Jimmy Smith ran for two scores
yesterday to lead Purdue to a 35-0 Big
Ten victory over Northwestern, exten-
ding the Wildcats' losing streak to 26
Campbell -fired touchdown passes of
22 yards to Joe Linville, 11 yards to
Everett Pickens and 18 yards to Steve
Bryant, while Smith pounded across
from the 1-yard line twice for his two
Purdue turned two pass interceptions
and a fumble recovery into first-half
touchdowns as the Boilermakers lifted
their record to 2-2 in theBig Ten and 4-2
overall. Northwestern suffered its six-
th loss this season and now is two losses
short of matching the all-time major
college losing streak of 28 games
shared by Kansas State and Virginia.
Northwestern has not won a football
game since a 27-22 victory over
Wyoming in the second game of the 1979
Indiana 17, Minnesota 16
BLOOMINGTON (AP) - Mike Green-
y 737 N. Huron YpslIontl

stein's 23-yard field goal snapped a 14-
14 tie with 6.33 to go yesterday, then
Indiana's defense stopped Minnesota at
the Hoosiers one-yard line in the closing
seconds to preserve a 17-16 Big Ten
Conference football victory.
Greenstein's field goal gave Indiana
a 17-14 lead, but Minnesota's final two
points came on a safety with five
seconds remaining, when Hoosier quar-
terback Babe Laufenberg fumbled the
ball and fullback John Mineo recovered
it in the end zone.
Indiana had taken over when a four-
th-down bid for victory by Minnesota
failed after the Gophers elected to pass
up attempting a field goal that would
have tied the game.
The Gophers scored on another safety
in the second quarter, and kicker Jim
Gallery booted four field goals, in-
cluding a 48-yarder that had tied the
game at 14-14 midway through the third
Big Ten Standings
Conf. Overall
Iowa ..................3-0 5-1
Wisconsin.............3-1 4-2
Ohio State.............2-1 4-2
MICHIGAN............2-2 4-2
Minnesota.............2-2 4-2
Illinois...............2-2 4-2
Purdue..... . ........2-2 4-2
Indiana...............2-2 2-4
Michigan State..........1-3 2-4
Northwestern ............ 0-4 0-5
Next week's games
Northwestern at MICHIGAN
Minnesota at Iowa
Wisconsin at Illinois
Indiana at Ohio State
Michigan State at Purdue


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