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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 12,1982-Page 13

BIG TEN ROUNDUP

Illini
CHAMPAIGN, (AP) - Freshman
safety Craig Swoope returned a third-
quarter interception 35 yards to set up
Joe Curtis' winning 2-yard touchdown
run and give Illinois a 23-16 Big Ten vic-
tory yesterday over Michigan State.
Illinois trailed 16-13 when Swoope
picked off a pass from MSU 'quarter-
back John Leister and returned it 35
yards to the Spartan 39. From there,
Illini quarterback Tony Eason hit Mike
Wartin with a 36-yard pass to the 2.
CURTIS slammed over from there to
put Illinois ahead to stay and Mike Bass
added a 23-yard insurance field goal in
the final quarter - his third of the day.
The Illinois defense preserved the
win by stopping a final Spartan drive at
the 17, breaking up a pass to Aaron
Roberts in the end zone and sacking
Leister on the next play.
Leister gave MSU the lead at the
start of the third quarter by engineeri-
Ing a 65-yard, seven-play drive. In that
roll, he threw completions of 32, 19 and
14 yards before Roberts drove in from
the 1for a 16-13 MSU advantage.
Nebraska 42, Iowa 7
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Turner Gill
_Wrew two touchdown passes and direc-
Fld two other scoring marches,
sparking No. 3 Nebraska to a 42-7 vic-

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fighti
tory over Iowa yesterday in a college
football season opener.
The crowd of 76,013, Nebraska's 119th
straight sellout, saw the Cornhuskers
score on three of their first four
possessions and bolt to a 28-0 halftime
lead in avenging a 10-7 loss to Iowa in
last year's opener.
GILL, COMING off a leg injury that
sidelined him in the Orange Bowl, fired
a 41-yard touchdown pass to Irving
Fryar in the first quarter and hit Todd
Brown on a 7-yard scoring pass in the
fourth period. the junior quarterback
also directed the Cornhuskers on fir-
st-half scoring marches of 80 and 84
yards.
Fullback Doug Wilkening scored
from the 3 to cap the 80-yard drive and
Roger Craig scored on a 6-yard run to
climax the other long miarch.
Jeff Smith dashed 80 yards for
Nebraska's final touchdown, and the.
Cornhuskers' defense, which bottled up
Iowa in the first half, got the other
touchdown when end Wade Praeuner
recovered a bad center snap in the end
zone.
Ohio State 21, Baylor 14
COLUMBUS, (AP) - Ohio State,
ranked No. 14, blew a 14-point lead
yesterday, then rallied to beat Baylor
21-14 on sophomore quarterback Mike

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Tomczak's 1-yard scoring run in the
fourth quarter.
The Buckeyes, opening their football
season before 88,622, the second-largest
crowd in Ohio Stadium history and their
84th consecutive sellout, handed Baylor
its first loss of the season. The Bears
had opened with a 21-17 victory over
North Texas State.
TOMCZAK, MAKING his first college
start, led Ohio State on a 37-yard, nine-
play drive that was set up by Garcia
Lane's 18-yard punt return.
The Buckeyes, relying on their
renowned ground game, used all
rushing plays to score the winning
touchdown.. Tomczak carried the final
yard with 9:52 left.
Ohio State's running backs, par-
ticularly fullback Vaughn Broadnax
and tailback Tim Spencer, enjoyed big
days.
Indiana 30,
.Northwestern 0
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -
Sophomore tailback Orlando Brown,
making his first varsity start for In-
diana, rushed for 110 yards and two
Big Ten Standings

irtan scare, 23-16

touchdowns and caught a 23-yard pass
from quarterback Babe Laufenberg for
a third touchdown yesterday as the
Hoosiers pounded Northwestern 30-0 in
a Big Ten Conference football game.
The defeat was Northwestern's
second straight this season and stret-
ched the Wildcats' major college record
string to 33 consecutive games.
The Hoosiers, beating Northwestern
for the seventh straight year,.
dominated the game after a scoreless
first quarter. The 6-foot, 185-Brown,
who played on Indiana's junior varsity
team last year, scored the Hoosiers'

first two touchdowns, assisted on their
thir J score on a hand-off to Duane Gunn
and scored his third touchdown before
retiring to the bench early in the third
quarter.
Stanford 35, Purdue 14
WEST-LAFAYETTE (AP) - Senior
quarterback John Elway threw four
touchdown passes and picked apart a
young Purdue secondary for 333 yards
as Stanford scored a 35-14 victory

yesterday springing Leon Burtnett's
debut as the Boilermakers' football
coach.
Elway, who completed 29 of 37
passes, had a 30-yard scoring throw to
flanker Mike Tolliver and a 5-yarder to
Chris Dressel in the first half. He then
connected with tailback Vincent White
on a 25-yard play to give Stanford a 21-7
lead with 4:04 in the third period.
White, a 5-foot-8, 190-pound senior, was
Elway's favorite offensive weapon. He
caught 11 passes for 134 yards and ac-
cumulated 97 more on 14 carries.

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College Football
OhioState21, Baylor 14
Illinois 23, Michigan St. 16
Indiana 30, Northwestern 0'
Stanford 35, Purdue 14
Nebraska 42, Iowa 7
Florida 17, USC9
,; Georgia 17, Brigham Young 14
Ir Washington 55, Texas-El Paso 0
West Virginia 41, Oklahoma 27
-°w Navy 20, Virginia 16
UCLA 41, Long Beach St. 10
Missouri 23, Army 10
Alabama 45, Georgia Tech 7
:K.iam (Fla.) 31, Houston 12
P~enn State 39, Maryland 31
Temple 23, Syracuse 18
Tennessee 23, Iowa State 21
",-,-Auburn 28, Wake Forest 10
Western Mich. 34; Marshall 0
;Ialiforunla 31, Colorado 17
_;f 'frkansas,38, Tulsa 0
;Cincinnati 38, Louisville 16
Miami (Oh.) 35, William & Mary 17
Colgate,31, Connecticut 17
SAir Force 44, San Diego St. 32
Toledo 31. Ball State 14
Idaho St. 41, Drake 21
Akron 14, Eastern Mich. 7
N. Michigan 48, Minn.-Duluth 21
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American League
Boston 13, Detroit 3
Baltimore S,-Cleveland 1
Chicago 2, Oakland 0

SCORES
Texas 5, Seattle 2
National League
Montreal 10, Chicago 6
Pittsburgh 10, Philadelphia e
Lods Angeles 5, Houston 3
St. Louis 6,New York 3
Cincinnati 4, Atlanta 3

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