The Michigan Daily
Sunday, September 18, 1983
BIG TEN ROUNDUP x
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - Free safety Phil
Parker's second interception of the game set up Dave
Yarema's third touchdown pass yesterday to lead
Michigan State to a 28-23 upset over fourth-ranked
Parker, whose interception set up a first-half Spar-
tan touchdown, picked off a Blair Kiel pass midway
in the fourth quarter and returned it 42 yards to the
Irish 3-yard line. After a 2-yard loss, Yarema hit But-
ch Rolle with a 5-yard scoring pass to break a 21-21
With four seconds left, Yarema ran the ball out of
the Michigan State end zone to give Notre Dame the
The victory gave Michigan State a 2-0 record and
dropped Notre Dame to 1-1.
Until Parker's interception, the second half had
been scoreless in a complete reversal from the first
The Irish put together a pair of impressive drives to
take a 14-7 lead in the first quarter, but had to battle
from behind to gain a 21-21 halftime tie.
Ohio State 24, Oklahoma 14
NORMAN, Okla. - Sharpshooting Mike Tomczak
'fired his fifth and sixth touchdown passes of the
season yesterday both to tight end John Frank in the
first half, and sixth-ranked Ohio State went on to
defeat No.2 Oklahoma, 9,4-14.
Tomczak, who was the nation's No. 1-rated passer
after completing 21 of 25 passes for 273 yards and four
touchdowns in the Buckeyes' opening victory against
Oregon, whipped a 16 yarder to Frank to cap an 80-
yard drive following the opening kickoff. He made it
14-0 with a 15-yarder to the senior tight end early in
the second period.
THAT CAME on the first play after a fumble by
Oklahoma's Marcus Dupree was recovered by Ohio
State linebacker Rowland Tatum.
Less than a minute earlier, a superb goal-line stand
by Oklahoma thwarted the Buckeyes without a point
when cornerback Dwight Drane threw Ohio State
tailback Keith Byars for a short loss from inside the
1-yard line on fourth down.
Oklahoma matched that less than two minutes
later, going 85 yards in four plays.
Wisconsin 21, Missouri 20
MADISON (AP) - Wisconsin turned two punt
return fumbles by Missouri's Ron Floyd into 14 third-
quarter points and Missouri missed a 2-point conver-
sion with 3:41 left in the game as Wisconsin edged the
Tigers 21-20 yesterday.
With Missouri leading 14-7, Floyd, a freshman,
booted a George Winslow punt and the Badgers' Russ
Bellford recovered at the Missouri 13-yard line.
TWO PLAYS later, quarterback Randy Wright
found Al Toon from 13 yards out to tie the game.
Just 3:29 later, Floyd lost the handle on another
Winslow punt and the Badgers' Dan Turk recovered
the ball in the end zone as Wisconsin took a 21-14 lead.
The two teams exchanged possessions and the
Tigers got the ball back with 8:59 to play. Missouri
quarterback Marlin Adler capped an impressive 13-
play, 86-yard drive with his third touchdown run of
the day as the Tigers closed to within one point.
Iowa 42, Penn State 34
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - Quarterback
Chuck Long passed for an Iowa record of 345 yards as
the 13th-ranked Hawkeyes capitalized on second half
errors to hand Penn State its third straight loss
Th e loss marked the first time the defending
national champion Nittany Lions had been defeated
three games in a row since 1976 and the first time
they dropped their first three contests of the season
TRAILING 21-14, Iowa scored four times after the
intermission, three of the touchdowns coming after
Penn State fumbled.
With the score tied 28-28, Iowa took the lead for
good in the final quarter after Mike Yacullo
recovered quarterback Doug Strang's fumble at the
Iowa 38. Long and Owen Gill connected on a 39-yard
pass play and then Norm Granger scored from 23
yards away to make it 35-28.
Big Ten Standings
Ohio State .................... 0 0
Iowa .......................... 0 0
Michigan State.............0 0
Wisconsin ..................... 0 0
MICHIGAN .................. 0 0
Illinois........................ 0 0
Indiana ....................... 0 0
Minnesota .................... 0 0
Northwestern ................. 0 0
Purdue ....................... 0 0
Michigan State's Thomas Tyree rambles 50 yards for a score in the second
quarter of the Spartans' 28-23 upset victory over Notre Dame in South Bend.
The Irish's Ray Carter fails in his attempt to bring him down.
Texas corrals Auburn, 20-7
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Rick McIvor
connected with Kelvin Epps on an 80-
yard scoring pass play and Jittler Field
set up a field goal with a 66-yard punt
return as third-ranked Texas manhan-
died No. 5 Auburn 20-7 yesterday in
regionally televised college football
The Longhorns, opening their season
later than most major college teams,
took control of the game with an 84-yard
scoring drive on their second posession
and overpowered Auburn the rest of the
THE LONGHORN offense scored on
three consecutive possessions to take a
17-0 lead and the defense stopped
Auburn's wishbone offense cold,
holding the Tigers to only two first
downs and 51 net yards while building a
20-0 halftime lead.
Auburn, 1-1, which had crossed mid-
field only twice earlier in the second
half, finally scored with 1:33 left in the
game on a 1-yard run by Bo Jackson.
The run capped a 95-yard drive on which
sophomore Pat Washington completed
passes of 20, 18 and 11 yards and also
had two carries for 10 yards.
Tulane 34, Florida State 28
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Jon
English, playing under a court order,
led Tulane on three second-half scoring
AP Photo drives as the underdog Green Waves
quarter- upset ninth-ranked Florida State, 34-
ranked 28, in college football yesterday.
Tulane's offense couldn't get un--
tracked in the first half, but a 99-yard
interception return by Greg Songy and
a 77-yard punt return by Curt Baham
staked the Green Wave to a 14-0 lead in
the first 15:07 of play.
KELLY LOWREY, 0-6-1 in the first
quarter, got hot and led the Seminoles
to three second quarter touchdowns to
give Florida State a 21-14 halftime lead.
However, Tulane bottled up the
nation's productive offense in the
second half and Lowrey could manage
only one more scoring drive for a team
that averaged over 40 points a game in
its first two outings.
Clemson 16, Georgia 16
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) - Tenth-
ranked Georgia's Kevin Butler kicked a
last-minute, 31-yard field goal to tie
Clemson 16-16 and cap a mistake-
ridden, hard-fought football game
It was the first regular season blot for
the Georgia Bulldogs who had won
their last 20 non-bowl games.
BUTLER'S KICK came 38 seconds
before the end of the game before a
record crowd of 81,000.
But the Tigers did not give up. With
seven seconds left on the clock, Clem-
son tried to snap the tie with a 68-yard
field goal attempt by Donald
Igwebuike. But the kick fell short. The
ball changed hands and Butler tried a
field goal from the same spot, failing on
a 66-yard attempt.
Clemson had several chances to up
the score, but was thwarted each time.
Georgia rover Terry Hoage was
responsible for wiping out two Clemson
field goal attempts, blocking two kicks
by Bob Pauling.
Alabama 40, Mississippi 0
TUSCALOOSA, ALA. (AP) - Walter
Lewis hit on 13 of 15 passes for 230 yards
to lead an Alabama offense that over-
whelmed Mississippi 40-0 in a
Southeastern Conference football
Michigan State 28, Notre Dame 23
Ohio State 24, Oklahomai14
Illinois 17, Stanford 7
Syracuse 35, Northwestern 0
Wisconsin 21, Missouri 20
Miami (Fla.) 35, Purdue 7
Kentucky 24, Indiana 13
Iowa 42, Penn State 34
Alabama 42, Mississippi 0
North Carolina 48, Miami (Ohio) 17
Texas 20, Auburn 7
Tulane 34, Florida State 28
South Carolina 31, Duke 25
Kansas 57, Wichita State 6
Colorado 31,Colorado State 3
Central Michigan 37, Northern Michigan 15
Slippery Rock 28, Millersville State 27
Boston 3, Detroit 2
Baltimore 5, Milwaukee ;
Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 1
San Diego 2, Atlanta 1
Sen Francisco 4, Los Angeles 1
At press time, the Chicago White Sox had not yet clin-
ched the AL West. But you know they will.
The decision gave Coach Ray
Perkins, who succeeded the late Bear
Bryant, his first victory on the Crimson
Tide's home field and made Alabama's
record 2-0. Mississippi is 0-3 under its
new coach, Billy Brewer.
LEWIS, OPERATING the Tide's
multiple offense, connected on 10 of 11
first half passes for 190 yards as
Alabama built a 31-0 lead with an attack
that averaged 8.5 yards a play for the
first 30 minutes.
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Ohio State middle guard Spencer Nelms (54) pressures Oklahomac
back Danny Bradley (1) as the 6th ranked Buckeyes cooked the 2nd
Sooners in Norman, Okla.
M' women 3rd in golf
By MIKE BERRES
With the Michigan football team 2,000
miles away in Washington, the
Wolverine women's golf team had the
'stadium area all to itself and quietly
moved up into third place during the
second round of the Lady Wolverine In-
vita tional at the University golf course
While the Michigan team made its
move, the first day leaders, Michigan
State and Indiana, left the other six
tournament teams behind. The Hoosier
and Spartan women golfers have nearly
matched each other stroke for stroke in
the tournament, with Mary Fossum's
SSpa rtans holding a two-stroke lead
going into today's final round.
THE TOP TWO teams have the eight
best individual scorers for the tour-
nament. Barb Mucha, of Michigan
State, turned in her second straight 77
to lead the tourney. Indiana's Karen
Romberg, who will tee off tomorrow
with Mucha, is close behind at 156.
It was Bridget Syron, though, who got
the home team excited. She shot a 77,
which is tied for the lowest score in a
round. Her 164 is the best of those not on
the top-two teams.
Michigan coach Sue LeClair was
pleased with her team's scores. The
Blue squad, which is the Wolverines'
firsteteam, improvedkby22 strokes,
while the Maize took 29-less shots
"I'M EXCITED!" said LeClair.
"There was no way I expected to be
this high. I really didn't know what to
LeClair attributed part of Saturday's
success to the fact that both the
Michigan teams were playing together.
"They were there to cheer each other
Ten of Michigan's women golfers are
playing their first college tournament.
"They obviously got over their first day
jitters," said LeClair.
ON THE OTHER hand, Michigan
State's Fossum expected her girls to be
where they are. But she too was pleased
with the way they handled themselves.
"I was very discouraged at the turn.
We seemed to be letting them (Indiana)
off the hook," said Fossum "They're
too good to let get too far ahead. But
my kids played extremely well on the
back nine. It's very heart warming to
know that they could hang in there."
The final round will be played today.
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