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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, November 15, 1981-Page 9

NCAA ROUNDUP

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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -
Walter Lewis' two touchdown passes to
Jesse Bendross and a tenacious defense
propelled Alabama to a 31-16 triumph
over Penn State yesterday and enabled
Paul "Bear" Bryant to tie the national
collegiate football coaching record of
314 victories.
Bryant, 68, in his 37th year as a head
coach, now must wait two weeks until
Alabama- closes its regular season
against Auburn to try and break the
record held by the late Amos Alonzo
Stagg since 1946.
The Alabama defense intercepted
three passes, recovered a fumble,
sacked Penn State quarterback Todd
Blackledge four times and made two
goal line stands.
A record crowd of 85,133 watched six-
th-ranked Alabama roll to a 24-3 half-
time lead, gaining 334 yards to just 70
for the fifth-rated Nittany Lions; who
suffered their second loss against seven
wins.
Pittsburgh 48, Army 0
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Quarterback
Dan Marino and split end Julius
Dawkins combined for four touchdown
passes and three school records to lead
top-ranked Pitsburgh to a 48-0 victory
over Army yesterday.
The victory assured Pitt; 9-0, the No.
1 ranking for the third week in a row,
the longest any team has been there
this season.
PITT'S 16-GAME winning streak also
is the longest in college football.
Marino completed 19 of 29 passes for
282 yards against an Army team that
fell to 3-7.
Marino raised his season total to 158
* completions, breaking the old Pitt
record of 14 set by Ken Lucas in 1965.
The junior quarterback also boosted
his season total to 2,099 passing yards,
surpassing the old Panther record of
1,921 amassed by Lucas in 1966.
Clemson 21, Maryland 7
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) - Quarterback
Homer Jordan threw three touchdown
passes to lead undefeated, second-
ranked Clemson to a 21-7 victory over
Maryland for the Atlantic Coast Con-
ference championship yesterday.
Jordan completed 20 of 29 passes for
270 yards and was the Tigers' leading
rusher with 58 yards. Meanwhile, wide
receiver Perry Tuttle continued his
assault on Clemson's record books by
catching 10 passes for 151 yards and two
TDs.
All of Clemson's scoring came in the
first half, but it took Jordan nearly all
" of the first quarter before the Tigers
scored.
Georgia 24, Auburn 13
ATHENS, Ga (AP) - Buck Belue
fired two touchdown passes and All-
American Herschel Walker rambled
for 165 yards and one score as fourth-
ranked Georgia clinched a share of the
Southeastern Conference football
*Blue
harriers
eighth
special to the Daily
MILWAUKEE - Michigan's Gerard
Donakowski came in fifth at the NCAA
Division IV cross country champion-
ships yesterday, as the Wolverines
finished eighth overall in the meet, held
at Marquette University.
Donakowski's time of 30:29 was good

enough to top the Wolverine harriers,
but not enough to catch Marquette's
Dave Iurich, who won the meet with a
time of 30:12. Wisconsin won the
championship, followed by Minnesota
and Illinois.
Wolverines Jim Schmidt (37th) and
Bill Brady (46th) also finished in'the top
50, with times of 31:20 and 31:36,
respectively. The eighth place finish
means the end to the Wolverines
season, as they did not advance to the next
round of the national championships.
The 1979 Oklahoma football team
scored 100 points in the first quarter of
its games to only 19 for the combined
opposition.
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championship with a 24-13 victory over
Auburn yesterday.
The victory, Georgia's seventh in a
row since its only loss to Clemson
earlier this season, probably gave the
Bulldogs the inside track to a second
consecutive Sugar Bowl appearance,
where the Bulldogs claimed the 1980
national championship with a 17-10 vic-
tory over Notre Dame.
Sixth-ranked Alabama can tie
Georgia for the SEC title by beating
Auburn on Nov. 28.
Blue hurled both of his touchdown
passes in the second quarter, a 46-
yarder to Norris Brown who was alone
behind the Auburn secondary to take

the pass at the
Clarence Kay.

13 and a 5-yarder to

Washington 13, USC 3
SEATTLE (AP)- Chuck Nelson
kicked a 46-yard field goal with 2:19 left
and Washington then recovered the en-
suing kickoff in the end zone for a
touchdown yesterday for a 13-3 upset
victory over third-ranked Southern.
California to eliminate the Trojans
from the Rose Bowl race.
After yesterday's games, Washington
was alive in the Pacific-10 run for the
Rose Bowl with Washington State and
UCLA.

FRED SMALL, a freshman from Los
Angeles, came up with the final touch-
down for the defending Pac-10 cham-
pion Huskies, who were nine-point un-
derdogs.
Washington's defense was brilliant on
a day when Marcus Allen, Southern
California's premier tailback, rushed
38 times for 155 yards, and a Northwest
wind storm accompanied by rain buf-
fetted Husky Stadium with gusts bet-
ween 40 and 60 mph.
Nelson, a junior who has a reputation
of kicking big field goals, put
Washington ahead 6-3 with his 46-yard
field goal.
Nelson then kicked off and the
Huskies' Small recovered the ball in the
end zone for a touchdown with no time
elapsed.
S. Mississippi 58,
Florida St. 14
TALLAHASSEE (AP)-- Undefeated
but once-tied Southern Mississippi
scored the first seven times it had the
ball and the 14th-ranked Golden Eagles
went on to crush No. 20 Florida State,
58-14, in a regionally-televised college
football game yesterday.
Reserve tailback Ricky Floyd scored
three touchdowns and quarterback
Reggie Collier rushed for 150 yards on
15 carries, including a 69-yard scoring
run, as Southern Mississippi hiked its
record to 8-0-1.

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AUBURN RUNNING BACK Lionel James cuts past Georgia defenders for
eight yards yesterday. James' effort wasn't enough, though, as the Bulldogs
beat Auburn, 24-13, and clinched a share of the Southeastern conference title.

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