The Michigan Daily-Sunday, November 9, 1980-Page 9
Stubborn Georgia Tech
battles Irish to 3-3 tie
ATLANTA (AP)-Top-ranked Notre
Dame, plagued by five turnovers,
needed a fourth-quarter 47-yard field
goal by Harry Oliver in salvaging a 3-3
tie yesterday against the three-
touchdown underdog Georgia Tech
Yellow Jackets, winners of only one
game this season.
STech, 1-7-1, took a 3-0 lead on Johnny
mith's second quarter 39-yard field
goal and the swarming Yellow Jackets
defense managed to bottle up Notre
Dame's potent offense throughout the
contest until the last quarter when the
Irish tied the score and. threatened to
win it in the closing minutes.
Notre Dame, 7-0-1, possibly looking
ahead to next week's battle against No.
6 Alabama, tied it with 4:44 remaining
when Oliver booted his three-pointer af-
ter the Irish drove 60 yards in seven
lays before stalling at the Georgia
The tying drive was set up when
Tracey Toran intercepted a Ted
Peeple's pass on the Notre Dame 1 and
returned itnto his '11.
Toran's theft came ony seconds after
Phil Carter's second fumble was
recovered by Tech linebacker Robert
Jaracz on the Notre Dame 12.
eorgia 26, Florida 21
JACKSONVILLE (AP ) -Lindsey
Scott turned a short pass from Buck
Belue into a 93-yard touchdown, longest
in Georgia's' football history, with 1:03
to play yesterday giving the unbeaten
second-ranked Bulldogs an incredible
26-21 victory ovr No. 20 Florida.
The stunning windup came on a third-
and-11 play after Florida, which erased
a 20-10 deficit with 11 points in the final
period, backed Georgia within the
shadow of its goal line when Mark
Dickert punted out of bounds at the 7-
yard line with 1:35 left.
And it overshadowed a 238-yard
rushing show by Herschel Walker,
Georgia's fabulous freshman, who
bolted 72 yards for a touchdown on the
fourth play of the game and became the
Bulldogs' single-season rushing leader
with 1,344 yards, smashing the mark of
1,317 by Willie McClendon two years
Georgia's Rex Robinson kicked field
goals of 25 and 20 yards in the third
period, plus a pair of extra points and
tied the Southeastern Conference
career scoring record 254 points held by
Louisiana State's Charles Alexander.
The last-gasp Georgia triumph-the
Bulldogs are 9-0 overall and 5-0 in the
SEC-offset a 286-yard passing display
by Florida freshman Wayne Peace,
who completed 20 of 37 passes in only
his fourth start.
Southern Cal 34, Stanford 9
STANFORD (AP)-Marcus Allen ran
for two early touchdowns and team-
mate Ronnie Lott stole the football for a
game-breaking touchdown in the
second half, leading fourth-ranked
Southern California to a 34-9 Pacific-10
victory over Stanford yesterday.
Allen, the nation's third leading,
rusher, totaled 196 yards running as the
Trojans stretched their unbeaten
streak to 28 games, a new school
record. They improved their season
record to 7-0-1 before the conference's
biggest crowd of the year, 84,892, and a
regional television audience.
Southern Cal was unstoppable the fir-
st three times it had the ball, mounting
touchdown drives of 95, 96 and 80 yards.
Allen scored on runs of 4 yards and 1
yard, and quarterback Gordon Adams
added a 1-yard touchdown dive.
Alabama 28, LSU 7
TUSCALOOSA (AP)-Major Ogilvie
bolted 3 yards for a fourth-quarter
touchdown following a 1-yard punt as
sixth-ranked Alabama trimmed
Louisiana State 28-7 in a Southeastern
Conference football game yesterday.
Ogilvie's second score of the day gave
the Crimson Tide a 14-point lead after
the Bayou Bengals had driven from
their 10 to the Alabama 41, where pun-
ter David Johnston dropped the center
snap and barely got off a bouncing punt
that was taken by an Alabama lineman
at the Tide 40.
The victory lifted Alabama, which
had a 28-game winning streak snapped
,last week by Mississippi State, to 8-1 for
the season and 4-1 in the SEC.
The setback broke a five-game win-
ning streak for LSU, which fell to 6-3
overall and 4-1 in the conference, giving
second-ranked Georgia at least a
championship tie in the league race.
Pittsburgh 41, Louisville 23
PIT'SBURGH (AP)-Rick Trocano
threw two touchdown passes to fresh-
man sensation Dwight Collins and
became the University of Pittsburgh's
all-time passing leader as the ninth-
ranked Panthers rallied from a second-
quarter deficit to beat Louisville 41-23
yesterday before scouts from five
All-American defensive end Hugh
Green, who had his No. 99 retired at
halftime, joined Pitt's other end, Ricky
Jackson, in leading a Panther defense
that turned the tide during a 20-point
second quarter explosion that erased a
9-0 Louisville lead.
Oregon 20, UCLA 14
LOS ANGELES (AP)-Slick quar-
terback Reggie Ogburn guided under-
dog Oregon to a 20-14 upset victory over
eighth-ranked UCLA in a Pacific-10
Conference football game yesterday.
Ogburn completed 11 of 19 passes for
142 yards and one touchdown and
rushed for another 83 yards on 18
carries as the Ducks, 5-2-2, snapped an
eight-game losing streak against the
UCLA played most of the game
without tailback Freeman McNeil, the
country's fourth-leading rusher with an
average of 144.5 yards per game. Mc-
Neil suffered a bruised left hip in prac-
tice last Monday andaggravated the in-
jury late in the first quarter. He wound
up with 18 yards on five carries.
Ogburn broke a scoreless tie py firing
a 6-yard touchdown pass to Curt
Jackson early in the second quarter.
The Bruins, 6-2, and losers of their last
two games, tied the contest midway
through the period on a 4-yard scoring
dash by freshman Kevin Nelson.
Kenty retains crown
in unanimous decision
DETROIT (AP)-Hilmer Kenty,
overcoming an apparent leg injury in
the late rounds, successfully defended
his World Boxing Association light-
weight title yesterday with a
unanimous decision over third-ranked
Kenty, a 25-year-old from Detroit,
kept his professional record un-
blemished at 20-0 while Fernandez, a
Dominican Republic native now living
in New York, dropped to 24-8-2..
THERE WERE no knockdowns and
neither fighter suffered any cuts.
Under the 10-point scoring system,
referee Walderman Schmidt scored the
bout 145-141 for Kenty while judge
Rodello Perez had it 147-141 and judge
Guy Jutras put Kenty ahead 146-141.
Kenty was making his third defense
since winning the lightweight crown
with a ninth-round knockout over Er-
nesto Espana in.March and piled up an
early lead, winning all but two of the
first 12 rounds.
HOWEVER, THE 5-foot-11, 135-pound
champion appeared to develop a cramp
in his right leg during the 12th round
and wound up having to hold off Fer-
nandez in the 13th and 14th rounds.
In the 15th round, both fighters ap-
peared exhausted and merely hung on.
Kenty used a swift left hand that
stung Fernandez to the head in the
Then, in the 11th round, Kenty's best,
he put Fernandez on the ropes and
Penn State 21, N. Carolina State 13
Pittsburgh 41, Louisville 23
Navy 6, Syracuse 3
Massachusetts 17, Holy Cross 13
Princeton 24, Maine 7
Army 47, Air Force 24
Dartmouth 48, Columbia 0
slippery Rock 18, Shippensburg St. 16
West virginia 41, Temple 28
vlllanova 34, Penn 3
Boston U. 28, Connecticut 24
Harvard 24, William and Mary 13
Missouri 14, Iowa State 10
Nebraska 55, Kansas State 8
Oklahoma 21, Kansas 19
"'Illinois State 15, E. Michigan 7
Cintral Michigan 32, Bowling Green 10
Teiddeo 13, N. Illinois 6
Gand Valley st. 35, Ferris St. 7
South Dakota 16, S. Dakota St. 7
Northern Michigan 38, Akron 10
Ball State 34, Kent State 7
Ohio U. 28, Marshall 20
Texas 15, Houston 13
Baylor 42, Arkansas 15
southern Methodist 34, Rice 14
-' Oklahoma State 42, Colorado 7
delivered several combinations to the
head and body. But the challenger
refused to go down. Fernandez reboun-
ded'with a hard right to the head that
stung the champion, but Kenty escaped
any danger when the bell rang.
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