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in the back of the endzone. Iowa
kicked a field goal on the following
WHILE IOWA'S offense came out
fighting like a Tiger, Michigan's
purred like a pussy cat, accumulating
only nine first downs and 182 yards all
afternoon. The Wolverines moved in-
side the Iowa 40 only two times, on
Big Ten Standings
drives that resulted in their scores.
The first came in the second quarter
after Houghtlin put Iowa on top 3-0
with a 35-yard field goal. Jamie
Morris returned the ensuing kickoff,
all the way to the Iowa 31. A few plays
later quarterback Jim Harbaugh
found 6-8 split end Paul Jokisch on
the 12 and a facemask penalty against
Iowa on the play put the ball on the
six, right in front of the Hawkeye
student section. The student section,
and then the rest of the Kinnick
Stadium record crowd of 66,350
responded by making so much noise
that the Michigan players couldn't
hear Harbaugh's signals and play had
to be stopped three times.
EVENTUALLY with the coaxing of
the Iowa players and head coach
Hayden Fry, the crowd quieted
enough for Harbaugh to resume play.
After two runs by Morris for nothing,
Harbaugh hit White with an end-over-
end shovel pass for the score.
Michigan's other big drive came af-
ter Houghtlin put Iowa up 9-7 in the
fourth, when White returned the
kickoff to the Michigan 37 and runs of
17 by Rob Perryman and 24 by Jamie
Morris set up a 40-yard Mike Gillette
field goal that put Michigan on top 10-
A short time later with 7:38 left in
the game, Houghtlin missed a field
goal try and the Wolverines had a shot
to win the game by sitting on the ball.
In that series with third down and
two yards to go, Iowa linebacker
Larry Station read the Michigan play
(a handoff to Morris up the middle)
and blitzed in to throw the tailback for
a two yard loss.
"When I looked in his eyes, I could
tell that he knew exactly what we
were going to do," said Morris of
Station. "I think Jimmy (Harbaugh)
had so many things on his mind that
he couldn't see it coming."
Michigan was forced to punt to the
Hawkeyes who drove down for the
winning field goal.
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Iowa quarterback Chuck Long searches for an open receiver as he
scrambles away from the Michigan pass rush during the Hawkeyes'
final, game-winning drive. Long's 297 passing yards led top-ranked Iowa
to a 12-10 victory Saturday.
Jones runs for 116 yards
in Lion upset of 49ers
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PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) - Fullback.
James Jones rushed for a career-high
116 yards and a touchdown yesterday
and Ed Murray kicked three field
goals as the Detroit Lions downed the
San Francisco 49ers, 23-21.
The victory left the Lions at 4-3 after
a 2-0 start, while the Super Bowl
champion 49ers, 3-4, lost its secon-
d straight game.
JONES, WHO carried the ball 30
times and helped the Lions gain 162
yards rushing on the day, scored from
2 yards out early in the second quar-
ter. Detroit had gained just 84 yards
rushing in its last two contests in
which it lost by a combined 54 points.
Murray kicked field goals of 24 and
41 yards in the second quarter and ad-
ded a 45-yarder near the end of the
third period as Detroit built a 23-14
San Francisco pulled to within 23-21
early in the fourth quarter when
Roger Craig scampered 11 yards into
the end zone to cap a 10-play, 95-yard
THE LIONS opened the scoring 1:42
into the game when Detroit's Pete
Mandley returned a Max Runager
punt 63 yards up the left sideline.
Quarterback Joe Montana an-
swered with a keeper from 1-yard out
as the 49ers marched 13 plays in 70
yards on their next possession to tie the
Quarterback Eric Hipple then mar-'
ched the Lions 58 yards in 5 plays with
Jones going the final 2 yards around
left end to tie the score, 14-14.
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