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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 21, 1980--Page 9

OREGON FLIES PAST MSU, 35-7

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OdLUMBUS (AP)-Second-ranked
hio State forced Minnesota into six
rMilhalf errors and Vlade Janakievski
tied a school record with four ]eld goals
as the Buckeyes crushed the Gophers
47-0 in a Big Ten Conference football
opener yesterday.
The Buckeyes' 72nd consecutive
sellout crowd of more than 87,000 fans
and" millions more on national
television watched Ohio State turn the
ix Gopher errors into 23 points.
4 THE BUCKEYES were ahead 33-0 at
alftime.'
Janakievski, the nation's leading
percentage field goal kicker last
season, has hit all seven of his attempts
in the Buckeyes' two victories this fall.
The little senior connected from 22
yards and three times from 27 yards to
tie the school record set by Tom Klaban
against Michigan in 1974.
Oregon 35, Michigan St. 7
EUGENE, Ore. (AP)-Dwight
tobertson scored three touchdowns
and Reggie Ogburn passed for 247 yar-

:eyes blast Golden Gophers, 47-0

Tyler scored three touchdowns on runs
of one, three and six yards in the
opening quarter yesterday to lead the
16th-ranked Washington Huskies to a
45-7 rout of Northwestern's Wildcats.
The Huskies, coming off a 50-7 troun-
cing of Air Force in their season opener
last weekend, led 45-0 at halftime and
used reserves mainly in- the second
half.
WASHINGTON SCORED all seven
times it had possession of the ball in the
first half.
Northwestern, a 30-point underdog,
fell to 0-3. The Wildcats have won only
one game in the past three seasons.
Tyler, a six-foot-three, 213-pound
senior from Oceanside, Calif., carried
the ball 13 times for 83 yards, all in the
opening half.
HE NOW HAS six touchdowns in two
.games..
Husky quarterback Tom Flick hit
seven of 10 passes for 189 yards, in-
cluding a 25-yard scoring pass to An-
thony Allen in the second quarter.
Northwestern averted a shutout in
the third quarter on a 5yard touchdown

cats. Two Husky fumbles blunted
scoring drives in the final period.
UCLA 23, Purdue 14
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP)-Sopho-
more quarterback Tgyn Ramsey passed
for 170 yards yesterday, including a 9-
yard touchdown pass to Cormac Carney
in the fourth quarter, as UCLA beat
error-plagued Purdue, 23-14, in a non-
conference college football game.
The Bruins also got a 2-yard touch-
down run by tailback Freeman McNeil
and three field goals by Norm Johnson
as they raised their season record to 2-
0.
PURDUE, RELYING mainly on the
passing of senior quarterback Mark
Herrmann, twice had the ball intercep-
ted at the UCLA 7-yard line by Jimmy
Turner and lost the ball in the Bruins'
end zone on a fumble by Ben McCall.
The Boilermakers, now 1-2, trailed 10-
0 after one quarter and 16-7 at halftime
before Herrmann's passing brought
them close in the, third quarter.
* * *
Indiana 36, Kentucky 30
LEXINGTON (AP)Tim Clifford's
27-yard touchdown pass to Steve Corso
with 19 seconds to play lifted Indiana to
a 36-30 victory over Kentucky in a
college football game yesterday.
Indiana, 1-1, had an apparently easy
victory in hand midway through the
final period, going ahead 30-14 on a 28-
yard field goal by Kevin Kellogg with
9:16 left. But Kentucky, 1-2, roared
back on the passing of Randy Jenkins.
* * *
Brigham Young 28,
Wisconsin 3

Big Ten Roundup

ds yesterday to lead Oregon to a 35-7
romp over Michigan State in a non-
conference college football game.
It was the first Oregon victory over.a
'ig 10 team since 1964.
THE OREGON OFFENSE rolled up
467 total yards while the Duck defense
limited the Spartans to 138 total yards
and only 56 on the ground.
Ogburn, playing slightly more than
three quarters, completed 21 of 28
passes including a four-yard touchdown
pass to Robertson.
. The loss dropped Michigan State's
record to 0-2.
OREGON SCORED on its second
ossession, marching 80 yards in 13
plays. Robertson scored from six yards
out with 6:55 left in the period.
Ogburn, who had 157 yards passing in,
the first half, capped a 71-yard, 10-play
drive with a one-yard touchdown run
that made it 14-0 with 6:06 left in the
half.'
Washington, N'western 7'
SEATTLE (AP) -Tailback Toussaint

run by Kenny Watkins.
Sophomore Tim Cowan and freshman
Steve Pelluer quarterbacked the
Huskies after Flick's touchdown pass
put Washington ahead 38-0 at 5:55 of the
second quarter.
In the opening half, the Huskies rolled
up 375 yards to 47 for Northwestern and
had 19 first downs to three for the Wild-

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Ohio State tailback Calvin Murray (43) breaks away from Minnesota roverback Mike Robb for a long gain in the first
half, yesterday. OSU split end Gary Willihms (44) moves up to block for Murray. The number two ranked Buckeyes
went on to annihilate the Gophers 47-0 before a sellout crowd in Columbus.

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Standings

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Ohio St.........
Illinois..........
MICHIGAN .......
Iowa ..............
Purdue..........
Minnesota .......
Indiana.........
Michigan St........
Wisconsin .......

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MADISON (AP)-Jim McMahon
passed for 337 yards and three touch-
} downs and scored the go-ahead touch-
down on a 1-yard run, leading Brigham
Young to a 28-3 college football victory
L over Wisconsin yesterday.
i McMahon, a junior who entered the
i game as the nation's fourth-ranked
1 passer, completed 22 of 34 attempts for
1 the Cougars, 2-1.
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Missouri 52, Illinois 7
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP)-Seniors
Phil Bradley and James Wilder each
ran for two touchdowns and No.. 15
Missouri capitalized on an early
epidemic of Illinois errors en route to a
52-7 triumph yesterday over the Big
Ten school in non-conference football
action.
Alpha RUSH

Northwestern. 0

SCORES
College Football
Georgia 20, Clemson 16
Army 26, California 17
Navy 31, Kent St. 3
Backnell 25, Slippery Rock 6
Alalbama 59, Mississippi 35
Florida 45, Georgia Tech 12
Ceftral Michigan 16, Illinois St. 0
Pittsburgh 18, Kansas 3
Matyland 14, West Virginia 11
*. carolina St. 27, Virginia 13
Tenmessee 35, Washington St. 13
Kas as St. 24, South Dakota 3
Long Beach St. 23, Bowling Green 21
Boson College 30, Stanford 13
Western Michigan 36, N. Illinois 6
Baseball
NL
Philadelphia 7, Chicgo 3
Houton 3, San Francisco 2
Montreal 5. St. Louis 4

Yesterdays results
Notre Dame 29, MICHIGAN 27
Oregon 35, Michigan St. 7
Ohio St. 42, Minnesota 0
Brigham Young 28, Wisconsin 3
UCLA 23, Purdue 14
Indiana 36,;Kentucky 30
Missouri 52, Illinois 7
Washington 45, Northwestern 7
Nebraska 57, Iowa 0

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