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The Michigan Daily

Sunday, September 23, 1984

Page 5

BIG TEN ROUNDUP

Buckeyes
COLUMBUS (AP)-Tailback Keith an 80-yar4
Byars ran, passed or threw for four kick-off by
touchdowns yesterday, leading fifth- cisco:
ranked Ohio State to an opening 45-26 Beuerlei
Big Ten football victory over No. 14 passes as1
Iowa. at the quay
Byars, a 235-pound junior, ran for two tempt in a
scores of 50 and seven yards, caught a record of
-14-yard touchdown pass from quarter- shared by
back Mike Tomczak and made his first tana.
collegiate pass a 35-yard scoring strike Beuerlei
to flanker Mike Lanese.. series be
Byars, the leading rusher and scorer Grooms a
Jn the Big Ten this fall, has 27 touchdowns in 122 yards a
"4 regular seasop games in the last two
years. Purdue
The Buckeyes, 3-0, hammered Iowa, W
, for a 31-10 lead mid-way through the WEST
feond quarter before Ohio Stadium's Wallace, w
second largest crowd, 89,733, but Iowa season aft
bounced back to score 16 straight points back, rush
and trail 31-26 late in the third quarter. three tou
Iowa has not won in 11 games in Purdue pa
Columbus, going back to 1959. It was a Ten Confer
frustrating day for the Hawkeyes, who The runn
odt gained the Buckeyes in total yards, 1-ae runn
tIdt committed four turnovers. 1yard bus
yard burst
Notre Dame 55, broke the
Colorado 14 thethird p
ljOII (AA I ~iced the vii
SOUTH BEND (AP)-Allen Pinkett ter.
scored three touchdowns and quarter- PURDU
back Steve Beuerlein completed his fir- the Big Te
-st nine passes yesterday leading Notre Minnesota
Dame to a crushing 55-14 victory over Wallace
winless Colorado. when star
The Irish, boosting their record to 2-1, suffered a
rolled up a 38-0 halftime lead on the way ter, had4
to their biggest scoring splurge since makers' t
:1977 when they defeated Georgia Tech that starte
69-14 He was
PINKETT scored on runs of 1 and 4 ference in
yards in the first quarter and then rip- Purdue the
ped off a 13-yard touchdown set up by second tou

pound Iowa

d return of the second half
sophomore Hiawatha Fran-
in completed his first nine
the Irish rolled to a 21-0 lead
rter but missed on his 10th at-
n effort to tie the Notre Dame
f 10 straight completions
Angelo Bertelli and Joe Mon-
in played in only one other
fore giving way to Scott
nd finished with 10 of 11 for
and one touchdown.
34, Minnesota 10
LAFAYETTE (AP) -Ray
who switched to tailback this
er two years as a defensive
ed 32 times for 158 yards and
chdowns yesterday, leading
ast Minnesota 34-10 in a Big
:rence football game.
ot, 219-pound junior, an All-
ier in high school, scored on a
nin the second quarter, an2-
t capping a lengthy drive that
game open midway through
period, and a 4-yard run that
.ctory early in the final quar-
E raised its record to 1-0 in
n and 2-1 for all games, while
dropped to 0-1 and 1-2.
who came into the game
ting tailback Rodney Carter
thigh bruise in the first quar-
49 yards during the Boiler-
third-quarter scoring drive
ad at their own 10-yard line.
also the victim of pass inter-
the end zone, which gave
e ball at the two and set up his
.chdown run on the next play.

Georgia 26, Clemson 23
ATHENS (AP)-Kevin Butler booted
a 60-yard field goal into a 10-mile wind
with only 11 seconds remaining yester-
day, snapping a tie and boosting the
20th ranked Georgia Bulldogs to a 26-23
upset victory over the No. 2 Clemson
Tigers.
Clemson, 2-1, had tied it two minutes
earlier when Donald Igwebuike booted
a 48-yard field goal to apparently
enable the Tigers to overcome seven
turnovers.
But Georgia, behind quarterback
Todd Williams, who himself had five in-
terceptions, marched the Bulldogs 36
yards to Clemson's 44-yard line to set
up Butler's fourth field goal of the
game. The game-winner tied a
Southeastern Conference distance
record, set in 1982 by Tennessee's Fuad
Reveiz and last week by Florida's Chris
Perkins.
Florida St. 38, Miami 3
MIAMI (AP) - Derek Schmidt
kicked three first-half field goals and
Jessie Hester bolted 77 yards for a
touchdown early in the third quarter as
15th-ranked Florida State built a com-
manding 17-point lead and rolled to a 38-
3 college football rout of No. 4 Miami
yesterday.
The Seminoles, 3-0, dominated the
defending national champions from
start to finish with Coach Bobby
Bowden's "freeze-option" offense and a
defense that sacked Miami quarter-
back Bernie Kosar six times for 73 yar-
ds in losses.
Schmidt kicked field goals of 54, 40
and 38 yards to give Florida Stae a 9-0
halftime lead and the Seminoles buried
the 3-2 Hurricanes with a 15-point blitz
in the third period.
Oklahoma 34, Baylor 15
NORMAN, Okla. (AP)-Quarterback
Danny Bradley threw for two touch-
downs and linebacker Paul Migliazzo
returned an interception for another
score as 11th-ranked Oklahoma
powered to a 34-15 victory over Baylor
yesterday. Bradley connected on
scoring strikes of 20 yards to Derrick
Shepard and 19 yards to George
Rhymes.
Tigers,
Petry shut
out Yanks,
6-0
By ALIKE REDSTONE
Special to the Daily
DETROIT-If Sparky Anderson was
losing sleep over his starting pitching
going into the playoffs, Dan Petry gave
him a strong sedative yesterday after-
noon.
Before a crowd of 38,897 at Tiger
Stadium, Petry pitched the first Tiger
complete game since August 30th and
shut out the Yankees, 6-0.
THE TIGER RIGHTHANDER struck
out nine New Yorkers while allowing
four hits and two walks to earn his 18th
win against eight defeats.
New York starter Mike Christensen
gave up the eventual game-winning run
in the second inning when he wild nit-
ched Darrell Evans home with two outs.
Christensen's record dropped to 2-4.
The Tigers made use of another Yankee
miscue to score two more runs in the
fifth.
Dave Bergman led off with a walk
and moved to third on a hit-and-run
single by Lou Whitaker. Alan Tram-

mell followed with a bloop single to left-
center to score Bergman. Whitaker
came around to score all the way from
first as New York centerfielder Omar
Moreno bobbled the ball several times
before making a poor throw to the
plate.
DETROIT COMPLETED ITS scoring
in the eighth on a three-run homer by
Chet Lemon, his 19th blast of the year.

Wolverine quarterback Jim Harbaugh struggles to get away from Badger linebacker, Tim Jordan in yesterday's game.
'Cats, Schwab upendI

EVANSTON (AP)-Sandy Schwab
threw for 328 yards and two touch-
downs, and Tracy Parsons scored three
touchdowns, as Northwestern beat In-
diana 40-37 in Big Ten football yester-
day.
It was the first victory of the season
for Northwestern, 1-3, and raised their
conference record to 1-1. Indiana fell to
0-3, and 0-1 in the league.
PARSONS scored the winning touch-
down on a 2-yard run with 3:11 left in
the game. He also scored another
rushing touchdown and caught a 5-yard
scoring pass from Schwab, who com-
pleted 28 of 43 passes.
The loss offset a strong performance
by Indiana's Steve Bradley, who com-
pleted 30 of 45 passes for 326 yards, but
suffered three interceptions.
Indiana took the opening kickoff, but

quarterback Bradley was intercepted
by Kevin Brown on Indiana's 46.
Bobby Garrison picked off Schwab on
Northwestern's third play, returning
the ball 31 yards to the Wildcats' 35-
yard line.
Orlando Brown, who had run the ball
only once all season going into the
game, burst around the end for 35 yards
and his third touchdown of the game,
giving Indiana a 24-20 lead. The touch-
down tied Indiana's single game
scoring record, held by 23 others.
Nebraska 42, UCLA 3
PASADENA, Calif. (AP)-Jeff Smith
rushed for 123 yards, all in the first half,
and scored one touchdown yesterday as
top-ranked Nebraska rolled past
eighth-ranked UCLA 42-3 in a nationally
televised college football game.

Smith, who carried 20 times, wasn't
used in the second half because of an
ankle injury that wasn't believed to be
serious.
The triumph before a disappointed
crowd of 71,355 at the. Rose Bowl
boosted Nebraska's recored to 3-0 while
UCLA fell to 2-1.
The Cornhuskers went ahead to stay
on their second possession by driving 80
yards on 11 plays. Smith raced eight
yards for the touchdown with 6:54 left in
the first quarter. Scott Livingston's
conversion attempt failed.
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Purdue's Rick Brunner takes in a pass for a 38-yard gain against Minnesota
yesterday. The Boilermakers took the Gophers, 34-10.

SCORES

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Illinois 40, Michigan State 7
MICHIGAN 20. Wisconsin 14
Olio St. 45, Iowa 26
Purdue 34, Minnesota 10
Northwestern 40, Indiana 37
Nebraska 42, UCLA 3
Florida St. 38, Miamia, Fla. 3
Georgia 26. Clemson 23
Oklahoma 34, Baylor 15
Notre Dame 55, Colorado 14
Maryland 20, W. Virginia 17
Penn St. 56, William & Mary 18
Temple 13, Pittsburgh 12
Virginia 21, Navy 9
Kentucky 30, Tulane 26
Oklahoma St. 19, San Diego St. 16
Texas A&M 38, Iowa St. 17
Indiana, Pa. 35, Slippery Rock 14
10 Auburn 35, So. Mississippi 12
Oregon 21, California 14

South Carolina 21, Duke 0
Central Michigan 38, Western Michigan 19
Missouri 47. Mississippi State 30
Arkansas 18, Tulsa 9
Bowling Green 41, Miami (OH) 10
Harvard 35, Columbia 21
Brown 27, Yale 17
Northern Michigan 59, Grand Valley St. 13
BASEBALL
Detroit 6, New York 0
Kansas City 4, Oakland 2
Minnesota 4, Cleveland 1
New York 4, Montreal 2
Toronto 2, Milwaukee 1
Texas 9, California 7
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