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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 12, 1980-Page 1

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP)-Junior
quarterback Rick Stockstill completed
10 of 20 passes for 127 yards and three
touchdowns and Bill Capece kicked a
school record five field goals as 11th-
ranked Florida State shocked fourth-
*ranked and previsouly unbeaten Pit-
tsburgh 36-22 last night.
The crowd of 52,894 roared its ap-
proval for Florida State's second -vic-
tory in a row over teams ranked in the
top four in the nation. The triumph
halted Pitt's 14-game winning streak.
Last week, the Seminoles, 5-1, upset
then third-ranked Nebrasda 18-14 in
Lincoln, Neb.
Stockstill threw first-half touchdown
passes of 23 yards to. Hardis Johnson
and four yards to Sam Childers and
Capece booted field goals of 27, 43 and
50 yards as the Seminoles capitalized on
three Pitt turnovers to roll to a 23-7 half-
time lead.
Capece, who has been successful on
14 of 16 attempts this season, gave the'
Seminoles breathing room with field
goals of 30 and 44 yards late in the third
quarter as Florida State upped its ad-
vantage to 29-15.
tockstill's third touchdown pass of
the game, a 13-yarder to Kurt Unglaub
with 10:24 to play, was setup by Mc-
Call's fumble at the Pitt 29 and put the
game away.

we ring the boom . . . Doily Photo by JOHNHAGIN
ill as he prepares to sack helpless Spartan Quarterback John Leister. The Spartans
the Wolverines all they could handle before succombing to Michigan 27-23.
te upsets Pitt;
lip by Sooners

Texas 20, Oklahoma 13
DALLAS (AP)-Two touchdowns by
junior halfback Rodney Tate and quar-
terback Donnie Little's clutch plays
propelled third-ranked Texas to a 20-13
victory yesterday over 12th-ranked
Oklahoma.
Tate ran one yard for a. touchdown
with 8:13 to play on fourth down to give
Texas its comeback victory.
Fumbles by Oklahoma quarterback
J.C. Watts in the first half led to a three-
yard touchdown run by Tate and John
Goodman's 18-yard field goal.
Sooner sophomore placekicker Mike
Keeling kicked the longest field goal of
his career, to narrow the count to 10-3.
Then Oklahoma sophomore fullback
Stanley Wilson put on a one-mqn show
in the fourth quarter as he ran 36 yards
for a touchdown and dashed 39 yards to
set up a 21-yard Keeling field goal that
put the Sooners on top 13-10, with 10:09
Little completed passes of 25' aid'32
yards, in driving Texas to the
Oklahoma two-yard line. The Sooners
beat back three running plays beforef
Tate scored the touchdown.
Goodson added an insurance 48-yard
field goal with 1:45 to play.
Alabama 17, Rutgers 13
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.
(AP)-Don Jacobs fired consecutive
passes of 26 and 49 yards to world-class
sprinter James Mallard for Alabamas
first two completions, the latter
producing a third-period touchdown
that enabled the No. 1 Crimson Tide to
hold off unheralded Rutgers 17-13
yesterday.
Alabama, which was ranked 137th in
passing among the nation's 139 major
college teams coming into the game,
failed to complete a pass until the third
quarter.
First, Jacobs hit Mallard for 26 yards
at the Rutgers 49. On the next play, the

200-meter sprint star beat defensive
back Mark Pineiro at the 15 after
Jacobs momentarily froze the defense
by faking a handoff and breezed into the
end zone for the decisive points.
Rutger's Alex Falcinelli started~ the
scoring with his first three-pointer after
Rugters moved from its 32 to the
Alabama 27. The drive included a 23-
yard pass play from Ed McMichAel to
Ted Blackwell.
Alabama's other scores came in
Peter Kim's game-tying 23-yard field
goal in the first period and Billy
Jackson's 6-yard touchdown plunge in
the second quarter. Kim's field goal
tied the score at 3-3.
Falcinelli's 39-yard field goal late in
the second period accounted for
Rutgers' other points.
Scores'
EAST
Alabama 1, tgersE13
Army 24, L~ehigh 24
Brown 42, Fenn22
Penn State 24, Maryland 10
Syracuse 31, Temple 7
SOUTH
Clemson 27, virginias24
Florida State 36, Pittsburgh 22
Georgia 2, Mississippi 21
North Carolina 27, Wake Forest 9
Tennessee 23, Georgia Tech 10
MIDWEST
Akron 21, Eastern Michigan 10
Iowa State 31, Kansas State 7
Notre Dame 32, Miami (Fla.) 14
Ohio U. 24, Central Michigan 9
SOUTHWEST
Missouri 30, Oklahoma State 7
Texas 20, Oklahoma 13
FAR WEST
Air Force 21, Navy 20
Drake 41, Colorado 22
UCLA 35, Stanford 21

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