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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 7, 1980-Page 13

ILLINI TAME WILDCATS

Irish steam past

Boilermakers, 31-10

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP)-Mike
urey, Notre Dame's "mystery-man"
arterback, threw for one touchdown
and ran for another yesterday and Phil
Carter rushed for 142 yards to lead the
11th-ranked Irish to a 31-10 victory over
Purdue.
The Irish had the advantage before
the game started as Mark Herrmann,
Purdue's passing great, was unable to
play because of a sprained thumb suf-
fered in practice earlier in the week.
*Herrmann was replaced by freshman
Cott; Campbell, who gave a good ac-
count of himself and in one stretch
completed 10 passes to lift the ninth-
NCAA
Roundup
* nked Boilermakers from a 17-0 deficit
to within 17-10 in the first half.
Courey opened the second half with a
57-yard pass to Tony Hunter, and seven
plays later, hit Hunter with a nine-yard
touchdown pass, and the Boilermakers
never recovered.
Late in the fourth quarter, Courey
scampered 14 yards around left end for
a touchdown which clinched the out-
come.
Ifllinois 35, Northwestern 9
CHAMPAIGN (AP)-Running back
Mike Holmes' 53-yard touchdown run
late in the third quarter sparked to a
rout of upstate rival Northwestern, 35-9,
in yesterday's Big Ten season opener.
Illinois, shaky and scoreless in the
first half, exploded in the second half to
give ;new coach Mike White the victory
before 44,222 fans. It was the first time
since 1960 that a new Illinois coach won
. n his debut.
Although Illinois starting quarter--
back Dave Wilson was highly touted as
a passer, all of the Illinois touchdowns
came on runs by Holmes, Wilson, Mike
SCORES
College Football
Illinois 35, Northwestern 9
Notre Dame 31. Purdue 10
Penn State 54, Colgate 10
ftlabama 26, Georgia Tech 3
entucky 17, Utah St. 10
Maryland 7, Villanova 3
N. Carolina 35, Furman 13
Central Michigan 21, Ball St. 17
Western Michigan 37, Eastern Michigan 0
Colorado State 21, Air Force 9
American League
Minnesota 4, Detroit 0
Boston 5, Seattle 1
National League
Chicago 4-1, Cincinnati 3L
Montreal 9, San Francisco 0

Murphy, Greg Foster and Lance
Hofer-Wilson's back-up.
Northwestern took charge of the first
half, scoring a touchdown and field
goal, but Illinois moved quickly in the
third quarter to gain control of the
game.
It was the first home victory for
Illinois in nearly three years.
Alabama 26, Ga. Tech 3
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP)-Billy
Jackson ran 13 and 5 yards for touch-
downs on his first two carries of the
season, and world-class sprinter James
Mallard cought a 39-yard scoring pass
in his first crack at organized football
as Alabama opened defense of its
national championship yesterday with
a 26-3 victory over Georgia Tech.
In extending the nation's longest
major college winning streak to 22
games, the Crimson Tide took advan-
tage of a fumbled snap by Georgia Tech
punter Jeff Pierce to set up Jackson's
first touchdown just 3:41 into the
season.
Alabama, ranked second entering the
1980 season and attempting to become
the first team to win three consecutive
national championships, gave Bear
Bryant his 297th coaching triumph
against 77 defeats and 16 ties.

N. Carolina 35, Furman 13
CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
(AP)-Tailbacks Amos Lawrence and
Kelvin Bryant combined for more than
200 yards rushing and five touchdowns
to spark No. 14 North Carolina to a 35-13
victory over Furman yesterday in the
football opener for both teams.
Lawrence, the nation's leading
career rusher going into the 1980
season, gained 119 yards on 16 carries
and scored the Tar Heels' first two
touchdowns, both in the first quarter.
Bryant, a sophomore, gained 105 yar-
ds on 17 carries and added three touch-
downs.
Big Ten Standings

Penn St. 54, Colgate 10
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP)-
Sophomore Curt Warner scored
three touchdowns and gained 149 yards
on 10 carries as Penn State's "team of
redemption" opened the 1980 college
football season yesterday with a 54-10
route of Colgate.
Coach Joe Paterno's Penn State
team, riddled with dissension last year

and out of the Top Ten for only the third
time in 13 years, ran up a 31-10 half-
tine lead and coasted to an easy trium-
Penn State led 14-0 after a period on
touchdown runs of 58 and 11 yards by
Warner.
The Nittany Lions added 17 second-
quarter points on a 23-yard field goal by
Herb Menhardt, Warner's 89-yard
scoring kickoff return, and a 3-yard
touchdown by freshman Jon Williams.

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