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BIG TEN ROUNDUP

The Michigan Daily-Sunday, November 16, 1980--Page 9

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Spartans upset Gophers, 30-12

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Sophomore
quarterback John Leister tossed three
uchdown passes and Morten Ander-
-on booted three field goals as Michigan
State upset Minnesota 30-12 yesterday
and ended the Gophers' three-game Big
Ten winning streak.
The victory was the second straight
for the Spartans after five consecutive
losses. Michigan State is 2-5 in con-
ference play, 3-7 in all games. Min-
nesota, 5-5 overall, slipped to 4-4 in the
Big Ten and saw its slim bowl hopes
~anish.
Lester, a 6-1,190 pounder from Great
Falls, Mont., completed 14 of 28 passes
for 209 yards. His 32-yard scoring pass
to Ted Jones gave MSU a 7-3 lead late in
the first quarter and his 36-yarder to
Tony. Gilbert midway through the
second quarter made it 14-6.
Garry White, who gained 201 yards
rushing for Minnesota, cut the margin
to 14-12 with a one-yard run late in the
first half. But then Anderson, a left-
ooted kicker from Denmark, took over,
icking field goals of 24, 41 and 30 yards
in the second half.
Leister also passed 10 yards to Jones
for Michigan State's final touchdown in
the fourth quarter.
Jim Gallery kicked two first-half field
goals for the Gophers, who were hurt by
eight fumbles and two pass intercep-
tions.u
Minnesota quarterback Tim Salem
umbled twice and threw both intercep-
'ons while completing just five of 14
passes for 29 yards.
Ohio State 41, Iowa 7
IOWA CITY - Quarterback Art
Schlichter -threw for 195 yards, in-
cluding two touchdown passes, to lead
No. 7 Ohio State to a 41-7 Big Ten vic-
tory over Iowa yesterday.
The Buckeye win, combined Nith
Michigan's 26-0Tout of Purdue, means
next week's OSU-Michigan clash will
nce again decide the conference
hampionship and the Big Ten's Rose
Bowl entry.

Ohio State ran its record to 9-1 overall
and 7-0 in the league, while Iowa fell to
3-7 and 3-4. Schlichter completed 13 of
18 passes with just one interception. His
scoring passes - a 39-yarder to split
end Gary Williams and a 23-yarder to
tail back Calvin Murray - both came in
the first quarter.
The Buckeyes also capitalized on
numerous Iowa turnovers, converting
four of them into touchdowns. They also
displayed a powerful ground game,
with Murray running for 183 of Ohio
State's 293 rushing Ioagto hyards.
Ioaes2otronshe coreboard early in
the second half when quarterback Pete
Gales connected with split end Keith
Chappelle for an 18-yard score.
Iowa could manage just 49 yards
rushing and 98 yards passing for the
Hawkeye's worst offensive performan-
ce of the dear.
The Buckeyes' second leading rusher
was Tim Spencer, whose 87 yards in-
cluded touchdown runs of one and two
yards. A one-yard run by tailback
Kelvin Lindsey and two field goals by
Vlade Janakievski completed the Ohio
State scoring.
Indiana 26, Illinois 24
BLOOMINGTON (AP) -- Tailback
Lonnie Johnson rushed for a school-
record 237 yards and three touchdowns
yesterday as Indiana, rallying behind
quarterback Tim Clifford, edged
Illinois 26-24 in a Big Ten Conference
football game.
Indiana rallied from a 12-7 halftime
deficit to a 26-18 lead in the fourth quar-
ter. Illinois quarterback Dave Wilson
'directed a last-second touchdown drive,
capped by Mike Holmes' one-yard run
but Indiana safety Tim Wilbur saved
the victory by intercepting Wilson's
conversion pass attempt with 20 secon-
ds remaining.
Illinois' final chance came after
recovering a-fumbled on-side kick, but
Kirk Bostrom's 46-yard field goal at-
tempt failed as time ran out.
Wilson, who set an NCAA record with

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Northwestern tailback Jeff Cohn leaps over a fallen defender and heads
donfield as Wisconsin's Mark Shumate (76) gives chase. Wisconsin crushed
the winless Wildcats 39-19.

621 passing yards against Ohio State a
week earlier, then gave the Illini an 18-7
advantage on a 20-yard pass to Mike
Sherrod, his third touchdown aerial of
the game.
Wilson, who had 203 passing yards in
the first half, wound up with 24 com-
pletions in 41 attempts for 403 yards.
Wisconsin 39, N'western 19
EVANSTON (AP) - Quarterback
Jess Cole passed for one touchdown and
ran for another and tailback Troy King

rushed for 81 yards yesterday to lead
Wisconsin to a 39-19 victory tover Nor-
thwestern in a Big Ten football game.
It was a dismal ending to a dismal
season for Northwestern, which
finished with an 0-11 record and exten-
ded its losing streak to 20 games, the
longest currently among major univer-
sities.
Wisconsin boosted its record to 3-7
and 2-5 in the Big Ten with one game to
go against Minnesota.

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BIRMINGHAM (AP) - Sixth-ranked
otre Dame ended Alabama's quest for
an unprecedented third straight
national championship yesterday,
scoring on Phil Carter's two-yard
plunge in the second period twoplays
after a fumble recovery to beat the fif-
th-ranked Crimson Tide 7-0.
The triumph gave Noti' Dame an 8-0-
1 record and sent the Irish into the
Sugar Bowl against top-ranked
Georgia, which boosted its record to 10-
by defeating Auburn 31-21 to win the
utheastern Conference title.
Alabama, which had won the last
three SEC crowns and eight of the last
nine, suffered its second setback in 10
games overall. It marked the third time
in eight years that a loss to Notre Dame
knocked Alabama out of a shot at the
national championship and it gave the
Irish a 4-0 record against the Crimson
Tide in the epic series between two of
college's all-time powers.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Ray Hor-
ton's 73-yard punt return and Tom
Flick's 10-yard scoring pass to Paul
Skansi broke a 3-3 tie in the third quar-
ter and propelled the Washington
Huskies to a 20-10 victory over second-
ranked Southern Cal yesterday and into
the Rose Bowl.
THE UNRANKED Huskies, 11-point
underdogs, clinched the Pacific-10 Con-
erence football title with a 5-1 league
Ark. Washington is 8-2 in all games.
The loss ended a 28-game undefeated
streak for the Trojans, who dropped to
7-1-1 overall.
SCORES
EAST
Boston College 27, Syracuse 16
Connecticut 56, Rhode Island 30
Cornell 24, Columbia 0
-arvard 28, Penn 17
obart 13, RPI 13
Lehigh 42, Northeastern 19
Massachusetts 17, New Hampshire 0
Penn St. 50, Temple 7
Pittsburgh 45, Army 7
Villanova 45, Holy Cross 13
Yale 25, Princeton 13
SOUTH
Citadel 31, Davidson 13
E. Kentucky 28, E. Carolina 16
Florida 17, Kentucky 15
Georgia 31, Auburn 21
Grambling St. 26, S. Carolina St. 3
Maryland 34, Clemson 7
Miami, Fla. 24, Vanderbilt 17
pvy 19, Georgia Tech 8
N. Carolina 26, Virginia 3
N. Carolina St. 38, Duke 21
Notre Dame 7, Alabama 0
Toledo 38, Marshall 0
Virginia Tech 21, VMI 6
MIDWEST
Indiana Central 28, Saginaw Val. St. 7
Oklahoma St. 10, Kansas St. 0
Cent. Mich. 22, W. Michigan 10
Miami (O.) 49, Kent S T14
SOUTHWEST
Arkansas 27. Texas A&M 24

uned:
Southern Cal is 4-1-1 in Pac-10 play,
but is one of five conference teams
ineligible for the conference crown
because of a one-year sanction for
academic irregularities.
S. Carolina 39,:
Wake Forest 38
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Fourteen-
th-ranked South Carolina added a
passing attack to the crushing runs of
All-American tailback George Rogers
and the Gamecocks edged Wake Forest
39-38 in a college football cliffhanger
yesterday.
The Deacons held a 38-31 lead with a
minute left to play when Gamecock
senior quarterback Garry Harper
tossed a 62-yard touchdown--pass to
flanker Horace Smith. The ball bounced
off the hands of Deacon cornerback
Pierre Brown before Smith snatched it
and dashed the last 20 yards to the end
zone.
South Carolina accepted a bid to the

Alabama can't break
Irish jinx; lose 7-0

Gator Bowl, their first invitation to the
Jacksonville, Fla., event in 35 years.
The independent Gamecocks are 8-2 for
the season, while Wake Forest of the
Atlantic Coast Conference is 4-6.
Georgia 31, Auburn 21
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Buck Belue
scored one touchdown and passed for
another yesterday as top-ranked
Georgia took control with a controver-
sial touchdown at the end of the first
half and bolted into the Sugar Bowl with
a 31-21 victory over Auburn.
It was the 10th straight victory by
Georgia, which finished as the
Southeastern Conference champion
with a 6-0 league record, earning an
automatic berth in the Sugar Bowl on
New Year's Day.
Texas Tech 14, SMU 0
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) -- Quarter-
back Ron Reeves set one school passing
mark and tied another as the Texas

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Southern Methodist 14-0 in a Southwest
Conference game yesterday."
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offered a berth in the Holiday Bowl at
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QAthletic Conference champion.

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