The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 3, 1982-Page 9
!SU upsets fourth- ranked Gators
AINESVILLE, Fla. (AP)- Fresh-
m tailbaick- Dalton Hilliard scored
th e touchdowns, two of them on pass
pl s covering 41 and three yards, as
Jp isiana State stunned fourth-ranked
Prida, 24-13, in Southeastern Con-
fe nce football action yesterday.
Flor ida Field crowd of 73,152 was
silent as quarterback Alan Risher hit
his~first seven passes for 127 yards and
mowed ahead of Bert Jones as LSU's
alltime passing yardage leader.
ISU, 3-0, scored the first three times
it touched the ball en route to a 17-3
lead, settled for a 24-5 halftime advan-
rand then used a rugged defense to
nback numerous Florida threats af-
The triumph marked the second time
in three years that LSU, 1-0 in the. SEC,
cagbe to Gainesville and spoiled a 3-0
Florida start. It also ended the Gators'
nine-game winning streak at home and
hikd the Tigers advantage in the series
Florida, which climbed among the
nation's top teams with victories over
iami of Florida, Southern Cplifornia
Ad Mississippi State, scored first on
Jima Gainey's 28-yard field goal four
minutes into the game.
LSU RESPONDED by unleashing an
offense that. averaged 48.5 points in
season-opening victories over Oregon
Ste' and Rice. Coach Jerry Stovall
witched his defense stiffen and not
a w the Gators to score again until
W~yne 'Peace passed 5 yards to Mike
Mularkey with 1:51 left in the game.
eorgia 29, Mississippi
TARKVILLE, Miss. (AI) - Her-
s i "e-Walker rushed for 215 yards, and
quarterback John Lastinger passed for
one touchdown and ran for another to
lead sixth-ranked Georgia to a 29-22
football victory over Mississippi State
jef ensive guard Kevin Jackson
teserved: the regionally televised
utheastern Conference triumph,
plucking quarterback John Bond's
f mble from the air at the Georgia 18
th 3:07 left as Mississippi State
s ught to rescue victory.
WALKER THE junior All American,
c4rried the ball 39 times while in-
leasing his career yardage to 4,009,
oving him into second place on the all-
time SEC rushing list, only 26 yards
hind Louisiana State's. Charles
Georiga, 4-0, scored the winning
touchdown early in the fourth quarter
.lith a 65-yard drive ca.pped by
stinger's 1-yard keeper.
ebrask 4, A i 7
fAUBURN, . (AP . ' ner Gill
f ed a 58-yard scoring strike to break a
s cond-quarter deadlock and Mike
ozier added a pair of second-half
t uchdowns as eighth-ranked Nebraska
erpowered 20th ranked Auburn, 41-7,
i an intersectional college football
ill's long touchdown pas came with
3 32 left in the first half and went ot
d Brown, who made the reception at
e Tiger 20 behind Auburn defender
THE VICTORY was the third in four
mes for the explosive Cornhuskers,
ho came back from a last minute 27-24
tback at Penn State last week.
Rozier scored n runs of two and 12
rds to cap a pair of 57-yard Cor-
usker drives in the third and fourth
LA 34, Colorado 6
BOULDER, Colo. (AP)- Quarter-
brck Tom Ramsey passed for 280 yar-
d(, including a 50-yard touchdown
strike to flanker Dokie Williams; and
ran for another score to lead ninth-
nked UCLA to a 34-6 college victory
4sterday over Colorado.
ramsey was 16 for 24 in the game,
breaking the UCLA career completion
record with 305 and leaving him just 37
yards short of the school's all-time
career yardage mark.
THE BRUINS got on the board first
after left cornerback Walter Land
recovered a Richard Johnson fumble on
thie Colorado 22. UCLA went three yar-
Michigan 24, Indiana 10
tre Dame,11, Michigan State 3
Florida State 34, Ohio State 17
IJwa 45, Northwestern7
*iscosin 35, Purdue 31
Inn 51, Columbia 31
Ifeiaware 20, Lehigh 16
Massachusetts 17, Rhode Island 7
Tston: University 17, Corneli 6
Nvy 27, Duke 21
raska 41 Auburn
rth Carolina St. 16. Virginia 13
wiing Green 7, W. Michigan 3
M. Michigan 80; Ferris State 14
Oklahoma 13, Iowa-St. 3
Saylor 21, Houston 21
Georgia 29, Mississippi St. 22,
Connecticut 20, New Hampshire 17
Texas tech 24, Texas A&M 15
Boston College 17, Temple 7
California 26, San Jose St. 7
iCLA 34, Colorado 6
Maryland 26, Syracuse 3
P'ttsburgh 16, W. Virginia 12
Clemson 24, Kentucky 6
+forth Carolina 41, Georgia Tech 0
ds in three plays and John Lee booted a
36-yard field goal with 8:03 left to play
in the first quarter.
The Buffaloes drew even at 3-3 on a
47-yard field goal by Tom Field that
capped an eight-play, 51-yard Colorado
On its next possession, UCLA drove
80 yards in 10 plays, scoring on a three-
yard plunge by tailback Frank
USC 38, Oregon 7
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Converted
fullback Todd Spencer made an im-
pressive debut at tailback for Southern
Cal Saturday, rushing for 149 yards and
three touchdowns as the No. 16 Trojans
swamped winless Oregon 38-7 in a
Pacific-10 football game.
Spencer, a 6-foot, 195-pound junior,
shifted to tailback because of injuries at
the position. He carried 29 times and
scored on runs of one and five yards as
the Trojans pulled out to a 31-7 halftime
lead. Spencer tallied his final touch-
down on a 7-yard burst in the third
THE STARTING fullback since the
first of last season, Spencer, son of for-.
mer heavyweight boxer Thad Spencer,
also caught three passes for 48 yards
against the outmanned Ducks.
The victory was the third straight for
the Trojans after an opening loss to
Florida. Oregon is now 0-5.
S. Diego St. 25
SEATTLE (AP)-- Chuck Nelson
booted four field goals, giving him an
NCAA record 19 in a row, and Steve
Pelluer passed for three touchdowns
yesterday as top-ranked Washington
broke open a close game in the second
half for a 46-25 victory over San Diego
LSU tailback Dalton Hillard stiff arms Florida defender Tony Lilly in the
second quarter of yesterday's game at Florida field. LSU went on to defeat;
the Gators, 24-13.
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