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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, November 2, 1980-Page 11


'Bama, UCLA fal from.

JACKSON, Miss. (AP)-Sophomore.
Dana Moore kicked two second-half
*ield goals and the Mississippi State
Bulldogs rode an inspired defense to a
6-3 upset of top-ranked Alabama
yesterday, ending college football's
longest winning streak at 28.
The Crimson Tide waged a
desperation drive to rescue victory in
the- waning moments, moving to the
Bulldog 3, but defensive end Billy
Jackson preserved the triumph by
recovering quarterback Don Jacobs'
Moore kicked field goals of 37 yards
in the third quarter and 22 yards early
in the last period as the Bulldogs han-
ded Alabama its first defeat since a 24-
14 loss to Southern California in 1978.
Alabama scored only on Peter Kim's
49-yard field goal as time ran out in the
first half and fell to 7-1 for the season, 3-
1 in the Southeastern Conference.
Mississippi State improved its record'
to 7-2 and 3-1 in the SEC.
Alabama got its last chance when
sophomore Mike Pitts blocked Moore's
attempt at a 48-yard field goal, giving
the Crimson Tide the ball at the
Mississippi State 47.
Jacobs hit a 25-yard pass to Major

Ogilvie, a 14-yarder to Jesse Bendross
and a 16-yarder to Bart Krout to the 3.
But on the next play, defensive:end
Tyrone Keys hit Jacobs, causing the
fumble recovered by Jackson with. six
seconds left.
Arizona 23, UCLA 17
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)-Defensive
tackle Mike Robinson sacked quarter-
back Tom Ramsey in the end zone for a
safety with 1:32 remaining to help give
Arizona a 23-17 upset victory over
previously unbeaten, second-ranked
UCLA yesterday.
Robinson's tackle came after Arizona
punter Sergio Vega put UCLA on its
own 20-yard line with less than two
minutes remaining.
Vega's puntingtkept the Bruins in the
hole all day as he boomed several more
than 50 yards and one 80 yards.
Arizona's Ricky Hunley sacked Ram-
sey twice to stifle UCLA drives in the
third and fourth quarters, and Mar-
cellus Greene knocked down two passes
in the fourth quarter, including one that
would have been a sure Bruin touch-
,UCLA had a 17-14 half-time lead, but
Arizona struck immediately in the third

quarter as quarterback Tom Tunniclif-
fe hit tight end Neil Nettling over the
middle and Nettling wrestled the ball
into the end zone for a 39-yard touch-
UCLA fell to 6-1 overall, and 2-1 in the
Pacific 10 conference, while Arizona
went to 3-4 overall and 2-2 in the con-
Georgia 13, S. Carolina 10
ATHENS, Ga. (AP)-Freshman whiz
Herschel Walker, bottled up for most of
the first half, bolted 76 of his game-high
219 yards for a touchdown on the third
play of the third quarter to give Georgia
some breathing room and the unbeaten,
fourth-ranked Bulldogs held on Satur-'
day for a 13-10 college football victory
over No. 14 South Carolina.
Walker carried a school-record 43
times for his 219 yards, boosting his
total for the season to 1,096. South
Carolina's George Rogers amassed 168
yards in 35 carries, giving him 1,257 in
eight games.
However, Rogers cost South Carolina
at least a shot at a tie when he fumbled
at the Georgia 16 with 5:22 left and Tim
Parks recovered for the Bulldogs.
Rex Robinson boomed field goals of
57 yards on the final play of the opening
quarter and 51 yards less than three
minutes after Walker's touchdown run
as Gerogia notched its eighth triumph
of the year.
Robinson's second field goal gave
Georgia a 13-0 lead before South
Carolina struck back suddenly and
quickly. The Gamecocks scored at 6:59
of the third period on Eddie Leopard's
career-high 45-yard field goal and
sophomore Carl West burst 39 yards for
a touchdown less than five minutes
San Jose St. 30, Baylor 22
WACO, Texas (AP)-Gerald Willhite
spurted for touchdown runs of 2 and 6
yards in the fourth quarter Saturday as
San Jose State upset 10th-ranked
Baylor 30-22.
Baylor grabbed a 15-0 lead early in
the second quarte. Dennis Gentry
opened the scoring with a 12-yard
touchdown run, Mike Fisher made a
fingertip grab of a 41-yard scoring pass
and Tim Strong kicked a 22-yard field
Baylor trailed 16-15 at the end of three
quarters, but took the lead on a 14-yard
scoring run by freshman Alfred Ander-
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go-ahead touchdown, which Willhite
scored on a 2-yard dive.
With about five minutes remaining in
the third quarter, quarterback Steve
Clarkson threw a bullet to Rick Parma.
The ball bounced off Parma into
Willhite's hands and he raced 52 yards
for San Jose State's second touchdown.
The victory raised the season record
for San Jose State to 4-4.
Texas Tech 24, Texas 20
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP)-Quarter-
back Ron Reeves' passing and free
safety Ted Watts' 34-yard interception
return staked Texas Tech to an early
24-0 lead and the Red Raiders clung
tenaciously to it to upset No. 12 ranked
Texas yesterday 24-20.
Texas Tech scored 17 first-quarter
points in an explosion that used only
4:06 on the clock. Reeves scored on a 2-
yard run, Watts made his big defensive
play for a score, and John Greve kicked
a 31-yard field goal.
Wes Hightower scored on a 1-yard
run early in the second quarter for what
proved to be the Red Raiders' winning
Texas' 20-point second period rally
was triggered by backup quarterback
Rick McIvor. After Johnny Jam Jones
ran a yard for a touchdown, McIvor hit
tight end Lawrence Sampleton on a 56-
yard scoring bomb. Field goals of 42
and 39 yards by barefoot John Goodson
narrowed Tech's lead to just four points
at halftime.
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