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The Michigan Daily.

SPORTS

Sunday, September 14, 1980

Page 9

ILLINI TRIPS MSU, 20-17

OSU rally overcomes Syracuse, 31-21

COLUMBUS-Ricky Johnson's
touchdown run and two-point reception
lifted top-ranked Ohio State to a 31-21
victory over Syracuse yesterday, after
the Orangemen had taken a 21-3 lead.
Johnson, the Buckeyes' second-string
, ilback, burst 3 yards for the touch-
down that brought Ohio State a 22-21
lead late in the third quarter in the

st quarter, and less than two minutes
later, he passed five yards to another
tight end, Chris Jilleba, for a 14-0 lead.
Ohio State, a 31-8! victor over
Syracuse in the 1979 opener; managed
only three first-half field goals of 35,34
and 42 yards by Vlade Janakievski.
Illinois 20, Mich. St. 17
CHAMPAIGN (AP)-Illinois place

Big Ten Roundup

season opener for both teams.
JOHNSON THEN CAUGHT his two-
point conversion pass from quarter-
back Art Schlichter and the Buckeyes
fought off the Drangemen in the last
uarter.
Syracuse, a four-touchdown under-
dog, posted three touchdowns in less
than 17 minutes.
Quarterback Dave Warner passed for
tw:o of them and ran one yard for a third
touchdown.
WARNER THREW 21 yards to tight
end Tony Sidor with 10:47 left in the fir-

kicker Mike Bass booted a 38-yard ield
goal as time ran out to give the Illini a
20-17 victory yesterday over Michigan
State.
The Spartans had tied the game a few
minutes earlier on Morten Andersen's
35-yard field goal, but Illinois quarter-
back Dave Wilson guided his team into
position for Bass' second field goal as
the final seconds ticked off the clock.
A CROWD OF 46,337 watched the see-
saw battle between the Big Ten rivals.
Illinois scored the first touchdown
and appeared to be in control of the

game, but the Spartans tied the score
just before the half on a tricky pass and
lateral play.
The Illini took an early third-quarter
lead with Bass' first, kick, but MSU
went ahead with a touchdown late in the
quarter. Illinois recaptured the lead
with a TD early in the fourth quarter,
but the Spartans tied it with Andersen's
boot.
The victory was° the second of the
year for Illinois without a loss. It was
the first game of 1980 for the Spartans.
Purdue 12, Wisconsin 6
MADISON (AP)-Mark Herrmann
passed for 347 yards to set up field goals
of 30, 48, 19 and 40 yards by Rick Ander-
son, leading 20th-ranked Purdue to a 12-
6 victory over Wisconsin yesterday.
Herrmann, who had a sprained
thumb and didn't play in the Boiler-
makers' season-opening 31-10 loss to
Notre Dame a week earlier, picked
apart Wisconsin's defense by com-
pleting 27 of 43 passes.
THE HEISMAN TROPHY candidate,

who injured a leg and was helped from
the field with 1:28 to play, completed 13
passes to split end Bart Burrell for 190
yards.
The Boilermakers took the lead to
stay at 9-6 on Anderson's 19-yard field

Big Ten.
Standings

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Illinois
MICHIGAN
Ohio St.
Iowa
Purdue
Minnesota
Indiana
Michigan St.
Wisconsin
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broke loose to the Indiana three.
Brown, who carried the ball 31 times,
then ran two more yards before
fullback Dean McKillip went over the
Indiana line for the touchdown.
The Hoosiers, who had the ball inter-
cepted twice in the first half leading up
to both Iowa scores, then had another
drive halted by a fumble after three
straight passes carried them to mid-
field.
Minnesota 38, Ohio 14
MINNEAPOLIS (AP)--Quarterback
Tim Salem, making his college debut,.
completed 13 straight passes and direc-
ted the Minnesota offense with the flair
of a veteran, as the Gophers opened the
1980 season with a 38-14 non-conference
victory over Ohio University yesterday.
"He handled himself better than I
handled myself in my first game,"
recalled senior tailback Marion Bar-
ber. "He never panicked. We'd be
screwing around in the huddle and he'd
take command. He was the judge out
there-he called us to order."
SALEM, SON iOF head coach Joe
Salem, finished the game with 13 com-
pletions in 16 attempts for 162 yards and
one touchdown. He got off to a rocky
start before the 35,114 fans at Memorial
Stadium.
The first pass by the 18-year old
signal-caller was intercepted by John
Gamble, which led to a 7-yard touch-

Philies
acquire
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -
Sparky Lyle, long one of
baseball's premier relief pit-
chers, was acquired yesterday by
the Philadelphia Phillies from
the Texas Rangersfor a player to
be named later, the club announ-
ced.
The 36-year-old Lyle was
scheduled to report to the Phillies
sometime during last night's
game against the St. Louis Car-
dinals.
The Phillies tried desperately
to pry Lyle from the Rangers in a
multipliyer deal at last Decem-
ber's baseball winter meeting in
Toronto. At that -time, contrac-
tual problems, nullified the trade.
Lyle is in his 15th major league
season during which he has com-
piled an 87-67 won-lost record
with 231 saves in 796 appearan-
ces.
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goal with 7:46 left in the third quarter.
Wisconsin, 0-1, couldn't penetrate
beyond the Purdue 47 yard line in the
second quarter.
Anderson kicked his 30-yard field
goal on the game
s first series as Purdue marched from
its 20 to a first down on Wisconsin's 13
yard line.
Iowa 16, Indiana 7
BLOOMINGTON (AP)-Sophomore
Jeff Brown rushed for 176 yards yester-
day, including a 55-yard gallop that set
up Iowa's clinching touchdown in the
fourth quarter as the Hawkeyes beat
Indiana 16-7 in the Big Ten football
season opener.
The Hawkeyes scored twice in the
final minute of the second quarter to
lead 9-0 before the Hoosiers scored on a
7-yard touchdown pass from Tim Clif-
ford to Nate Lundy early in the fourth
quarter.
IOWA QUARTERBACK Phil Suess
then hit Keith Chappelle on a 14-yard
pass and Brown on a 10-yarder before
the 5-foot-6, 156-pound running back

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down run by Tony Carifa to give the
Bobcats a 7-0 lead.
His second pass fell incomplete, but
then Salem connected on 13 straight
before an interception ended the string
in the fourth quarter.
Most of the players in the field did
not wear gloves in the first official
baseball game in the National League
in 1876,-a 6-5 victory for Philadelphia
over Boston.

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Daily Photo by JOHN HAGEN
ANTHONY CARTER LOOKS upfield for a clear path during the first of his two kick-off returns during the Wolverines
17-10 squeaker over the Northwestern Wildcats. In addition to averaging 30 yards a return on kicks, the fleet-footed
sophomore ran back two punts for 32 yards and caught two Rich Hewlett touchdown passes. On the afternoon, Carter
recorded 172 total yards on eight plays.

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Pitt overcomes errors, wins 14-6

Tae Kwon Do

Sooners endure poor

start,

triunl

PITTSBURGH (AP)-Tight end Benjie
Pryor caught a pair of 8-yard touch-
down. passes from Dan Marino,
nabling third-ranked PIttsburgh to
survive nine turnovers and defeat
Boston College 14-6 yesterday.
The heavily favored Panthers turned
the ball over four times in the first 23
minutes before Marino, a sophomore
quarterback who already ranks eighth
on Pitt's all-time passing list, directed
an 8-play, 60-yard drive.
MARINO COMPLETED all four pass
attempts on the march for 45 yards.
Pitt's only other sustained drive-a
5-play, 70-yard strike-ate up some
even minutes of the third period, with
Pryor, who grabbed 10 passes for 110
yards, snaring another 8-yarder from
Marino.
Boston College recovered four Pitt
fumbles and intercepted five passes.
Three of the turnovers came in Pitt
territory.
Oklahoma 29, Kentucky 7
ORMAN, Okla. (AP)-Senior quar-
terback J.C. Watts shook off a leg in-
jury to direct fourth-ranked Oklahoma
to three fourth-quarter touchdowns as
the Sooners finally subdued Kentucky
29-7, yesterday.

iph, 29-7
Kentucky quieted Oklahoma par-
tisans by taking a 7-0 lead after a
mistake-riddled first half.
BUT THE TIDE turned after inter-
mission, largely because of the kicking
of Mike Keeling, who had punts of 42
and 54 yards that pinned the Wildcats
on their 2- and 4-yard lines.
Watts set up Oklahoma's go-ahead
score when he scrambled out of trouble,
then passed 21 yards to Steve Rhodes to
the Kentucky 3. David Overstreet
sprinted into the end zone on the next
play.
Watts later scored on a 6-yard run,
then hooked up with split end Bobby
Grayson on a 75-yard pass play that put
the game out of reach.
Nebraska 55, Utah 9
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP)-I-back Jarvis
Redwine scored three touchdowns and
rushed for 179 yards as eighth-ranked
Nebraska walloped Utah 55-9, yester-
day.
He raced 67 yards for his first tally in
the opening quarter, and capped an 80-
yard Nebraska drive with an 8-yard
scoring run in the second period.
THE UTES, 0-2, simply were over-
matched as the Huskers scored the first
three times they had the ball to take

a 21-3 halftime lead.
Nebraska scored three times in the
third quarter.
Fullback Andra Franklin tallied on a
3-yard run, Redwine scored from the 6 a
few minutes later and reserve fullback
Jim Kotera got it from the 4.
Utah's only touchdown came early in
the fourth quarter on an 8-yard run by
Del Rodgers.
Georgia 42, Texas 4&M 0
ATHENS, Ga. (AP)-Freshman
Herschel Walker scored three touch-
downs, one on a 76-yard run, and Buck
Belue fired two scoring passes to An-
thony Arnold as 12th-ranked Georgia
crushed Texas A&M 42-0 yesterday.
Walker also tallied twice on 1-yard
plunges as he finished the day with 145
yards on 21 carries.
BELUE'S SCORING passes to Arnold
covered 6 and 19 yards, and the Bulldog
quarterbck also set up another score
with a 53-yard completion to Norris
Brown at the Aggie 2.

It was the second straight victory for
Georgia and left the Aggies with a 1-1
record.
Florida 41, California 13
TAMPA, Fla. (AP-Untested quar-
terback Bob Hewko passed for two
touchdowns and 146 yards to lead the
Florida Gators to a 41-13 victory over
California that gave second-year Coach
Charley Pell his first Gator win, in both
teams opener yesterday.
Florida was 0-10-1 in Pell's first year,
with the coach using several different
quarterbacks.
The Gator victory spoiled a standout
performance by California senior quar-
terback Rich Campbell, who completed
43 of 53 passes for 422 yards.
BUT THE GATORS broke away in
the second half with three touchdowns
in a 4%-minute span in the third quar-
ter, two scores set up by California
fumbles.

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