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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1980 at 3 pm
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Sunday, December 7, 1980

The Michigan Daily

USC ROLLS 20-3

Irish title hopes stalled

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Tailback Michael Harper scored
twice, Eric Hipp kicked a pair of field goals and an over-
powering Southern Cal defense led by linebacker Chip Banks
held previously unbeaten Notre Dame in check yesterday as
the NO. 17 Trojans upset the second.ranked Irish 20-3.
Harper, a sophomore helping to fill in for the injured Mar-
cus Allen, put the Trojans ahead to stay when he raced six
yards for a touchdown with 8:23 remaining inthe second
period. The defeat _almost certainly ended Notre Dame's
hopes for a national championship as the Irish fell to 9-1-1.
Notre Dame meets top-ranked Georgia in the Sugar Bowl,
Jan. 1.
Harper's second touchdown came on a 10-yard jaunt that
climaxed a 70-yard drive with 1:09 remaining in the game.
The nationally televised contest played before a crowd of
82,663 at the Los Angeles Coliseum marked the final-regular-
season game as Irish coach for Dan Devine, who announced
earlierhe was retiring at the end of the campaign.
Hipp added a 22-yard field goal later in the second quar-
ter to give Southern Cal, which finished its season with an 8-2-
I record and snapped a two-game losing streak, a 10-0 lead at
the intermission.
Harry Oliver cut the difference to seven points when he
kicked a 30-yard field goal with less than a minute remaining
in the third period. The three-pointer came after the Trojans'
defense had twice stopped Notre Dame near the USC goal

line, including one stand that began when the Irish had first
and goal at the Southern Cal three-yard line.
Banks set up Hipp's second field, goal when he intercep- -
ted a Mike Courey pass at midfield and returned it -to the
Notre Dame one-yard line.

F.lorida St. 17, Florida 13

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Rick Stockstill thr w
second-half touchdown passes of 19 and 20 yards to Hardis
Johnson, lifting third-ranked Florida State from a 10-point
deficit to a 17-13 victory over Florida yesterday in a bitter in-
tra-state rivalry that ended the regular season for both bowl-.
bound teams.
While Stockstill generated some life into the Seminoles' of-
fense, which was limited to 89 yards in the first half, the,
rugged Florida State defense, which surrendered 226 yards in
the first two periodIs, held Florida's Gators to just 40 in the,
final 30 minutes and preserved its brilliant record of not,
yielding a point in the fourth period all season.
Tangerine Bowl-bound Florida, a two-touchdown under-
dog, stunned a record Doak Campbell Stadium crowd of
53,772, along with a national television audience, by faking 'a
13-3 halftime lead on a 53-yard pass play from Wayne'Peace
to Tyrone Young in the opening period and second-quarter
field goals of 38 and 36 yards by Brian Clark.

Harper
... Scores two TD's

It's More For Your Morning!

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Hearns retains
crown with
TKO in sixth

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From AP and UPI
DETROIT-Thomas Hearns knocked
out Luis Primera at the two-minute
mark of the sixth round Saturday night
in a successful first defense of his World
Boxing Association welterweight title.
Hearns posted his 28th knockout in
running his record to a perfect 30-0
when he dropped the 30-year-old and
previously undefeated Venezuelan for
the third time in the fight.
The 22-year-old Hearns decked
Primera-who now sports a 15-1 record
with 12 knockouts--with a powerful
short right to the body that crumpled.
the Caracas native. With the knockout,,
Hearns retained the WBA crown he
captured with a second-round knockout
of Pipino Cuevas in the same Joe Louis
Arena before his hometown fans.;
It was only the fourth time that a
Hearns fight has lasted more than four
rounds, but the first that did not go the
scheduled distance after passing that
mark.
Primera opened the fight with a
strong forward rush and flurry of pun-
ches that kept Hearns at bay through
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the opening rounds. In that round, the
champion took more punches than in
any of his previous fights. ,
Hearns took command in the second,
scoring at will, and recorded his first
eight-count knockdown in the third
round.
Hearns began circling Primera in an
almost-mocking manner in the fourth
and used a penetrating left jab in sear
ch of an opening to end the bout.
One round later, Hearns scored his
second knockdown with a string of lefts
to the body and a pair of rights to the
head.
Hearns, his anger boiling over into a
few post-fifth round hits on the
Venezuelan, stalked the previously un-
defeated challenger grimly through the
first minute of the sixth round befoe
chalkic g up his 30th victory without
defeat. Primera, in his first appearance
outside his native country, fell to 15-1.
Neither fighter appeared to be doing
much damage through the final round
but suddenly Hearns flicked a left
toward Primera's face and then
followed with a right to the challenger's
left side that put him down.
It appeared at first Primera would
rise again and continue making a joke
of the vaunted Hearns on his own Joe
Louis Arena turf but referee Ismael
Fernandez of Santurce, Puerto Rico, 4
ruled he had reached the count of 10
before the Venezuelan had reached his
feet.
Hearns, who at times toyed with
Primera by dancing clockwise around
him and clicking annoying but ineffec-
tive lefts at his opponent's face, fights
Wilfred Benitez in New York in late
February and hopes to use a quick win
against the ex-champion as the step
that will force a bout with WBC welter-
weight title holder Sugar Ray Leonard.
But the Primera victory did not add
any gloss to Hearns' reputation.
"He ain't looking good," manager-
trainer Emanuel Steward said of his
premier fighter as he followed Hearns
to the dressing room. "He's too cocky.
"He didn't look good at all. He's get-
ting too cocky."

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