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The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, September 13, 1993 - 7

Ohio State provides Big Ten's lone weekend highlight

No.16 Ohio St. 21, No.12 Wash-
ington 12
COLUMBUS (AP) - - Backup
tailback Butler By'not'e sprinted 49
yards on afourth-quarter draw play and
16th-ranked Ohio State used long-yard,
ageplays tobeatNo.12 Washington 21-
12 Saturday in the second night game in
Ohio Stadium history.
By'not'e finished with 80 yards on
nine carries to help lead Ohio State (2-
0) to victory.
Ohio State's defense limited the
Huskies to 85 yards rushing and 192
passing. The Buckeyes finished with
183 rushing and 142 passing for 325 net
The Buckeyes led 14-9 at the half,
electing to receive the opening kickoff
and then marching 80 yards in 10 plays
with Raymont Harris scoring on a 2-
yard run.
Bob Hoying completed passes of 18
and 19 yards to Joey Galloway, and
another of 12 yards to Harris.
Michigan St. 31, Kansas 14
Thomas rushed for 143 yards and a
touchdown Saturday to lead Michigan
State to a 31-14 victory over Kansas.
The win was the first opening-day
victory for Michigan State since 1989,
when the Spartans beat Miami of Ohio.
Michigan State led 14-2 at halftime,
but Kansas (1-2) cut the lead to nine
midway through the third quarter on a
52-yard field goal by All-American Dan
The Spartans answered with an 80-
yard drivecappedby Thomas' 12-yard
touchdown run.
A 35-yard field goal by Eichloff
made it 21-8 after three quarters, but
Bill Stoyanovich matched that with a
career-best50-yarder early in the fourth.
Michigan State letKansas back into
the game midway through the fourth,
when Mill Coleman dropped a punt on
the Spartan 20. Six plays later, Charles
Henley scored from one yard out.
Henley was stopped on his two-
point conversion attempt, though, leav-
ing the score 24-14 with 8:13 to play.
MSU's Damian Manson clinched
the game with 3:05 left when he inter-
cepted a Fred Thomas pass and went
five yards for the TD.
Minnesota 27, Indiana State 10

Schade threw for 345 yards, including a
touchdown, and Chris Darkins rushed
for another score as Minnesota downed
Indiana State 27-10 on Saturday.
The Sycamores (0-2) stayed in the
game until the fourth quarter thanks to
an array of blunders by the heavily
favored Gophers (1-1).
Schade, coming off a record-setting
performance against Penn State last
week, completed 26 of 39 passes but
threw two interceptions and fumbled
once to keep the game close.
He finally helped the Gophers break
the game open on a fourth-quarter drive
highlighted by two key passes and a 3-
yard scamper into the end zone by
Darkins that put Minnesota up 17-3.
Wisconsin 24, SMU 16
DALLAS (AP) - Darrell Bevell
hit wide receiver J.C. Dawkins with a
game-deciding 25-yard touchdown pass
late in the fourth quarter Saturday night
and heavily favored Wisconsin rallied
fora 24-16 victory over SouthernMeth-
The Big Ten Badgers (2-0) over-
came a 13-point deficit to down the
Southwest Conference Mustangs (0-2)
in the first game between the schools.
Bevell led the Badgers on a 67-yard
drive in six plays with the payoff com-
ing with 6:28 toplayasDawkins slipped
behind the SMU secondary.
Wisconsin linebacker Jesef Burgess
intercepted a pass with less than two
minutes to play and Terrence Fletcher
scored on a 1-yard run with 51 seconds
left to put the game away.
Safety Scott Nelson also got an in-
terception in the Badgers end zone as
time ran out to beat back the final SMU
Iowa 31, Iowa St. 28
AMES, Iowa (AP) - Ryan Terry
and Sedrick Shaw led a relentless first-
half running game and Iowa held on in
the second half to beat IowaState 31-28
Saturday, the Hawkeyes' 11th straight
victory over their in-state rival.
Iowa State appeared to have the
experience and talent to finally end its
long drought against Iowa, which had
been favored by only 2 1/2 points and
was unimpressive in a season-opening
26-25 victory over Tulsa.
But the Hawkeyes (2-0) dominated
the line of scrimmage and scored five of
the first six times they had the ball in
building a 31-7 lead that turned out to be

too much for Iowa State (1-1) to over-
come. I
IowaState got within three points on
Calvin Branch's three-yard touchdown
run and his 2-point conversion run with
1:25 left, then recovered an onside kick
at its own 49.
But Iowa's Maurea Crain stripped
the ball from quarterback Bob Utter on
the Cyclones' nextplayandMikeDailey
recovered for the Hawkeyes atmidfield.
Indiana 28, N. Illinois 10
survived three fumbles Saturday and
beatNorthernIllinois 28-10 with fourth-
quarter touchdowns by Jermaine
Chaney and Lamar Mills.
Two of the Hoosier fumbles were by
quarterback John Paci. The first one
cost Indiana an apparent touchdown in
the first quarter and the second set up a
39-yard field goal by Brian Steger that
pulled the Huskies (0-2) within 14-10
late in the third period.
But a short punt by Jamie Dobay
midway through the final quarter gave
Indiana (2-0) the ball atthe Huskies' 32-
yard line. Chaney ran 20 yards, then
scored from the 2 three plays later.
Indiana put the game out of reach
when NorthemIllinois quarterback Scott
Crabtree was sacked and fumbled. Mills,
a defensive end, picked up the ball and
ran 46 yards for the final touchdown
with 3:42 to go.
Missouri 31, Illinois 3
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Jeff
Handy passed for 281 yards and two
touchdowns, and the Missouri defense,
ranked last in the Big Eight last year,
had a big game in a 31-3 season-open-
ing victory Saturday over Illinois.
Missouri hasn't had a winning sea-
son since 1983, but Illinois hasn't been
the reason, losing five straight at Co-
Handy has thrown for more than
200 yards in all seven of his career
starts. He completed 20 of 30 passes
with no interceptions, hitting MikeJadlot
and Kenny Holly for scores of 11 and 15
Michael Washington, a 255-pound
fullback, ran for two touchdowns.
Illinois redshirt freshman quarter-
back Scott Weaver completed 18 of 32
passes for 169 yards but was sacked
four times, intercepted twice and lost a
fumble as Missouri got big plays from
several players.

No. 15 Penn St. 21, USC 20
O'Neal scored twice on short runs and
Penn State's defense pressured Rob
Johnson into a bad pass on a last-minute
2-point conversion try to preserve the
Nittany Lions'21-20 victory over South-
ern Cal.
Southern Cal (1-2), limited to 34
yards rushing, scored two touchdowns
in the final 5:12 on Johnson's arm, but
Johnson threw too low to Johnny
McWilliams on the 2-point try with 37
seconds left.
The same play, just moments be-
fore, had pulled the Trojans within 21-
Penn State (2-0) used fullbacks and
pulling guards nearly to perfection to
take a 21-7 lead in the second quarter.
The Lions had 282 yards rushing for the
Southern Cal, with just 11 yards
rushing in the first half, scored after
Mike Salmon's 30-yard interception
return to the Penn State 1 in the second
With 5:12 left, Ken Grace wriggled
free after being trapped at the Lions 25
and scored on a 30-yard pass from
Johnson, narrowing the score to 21-14.
Johnson avoided a sack on the first
play of Southern Cal's final drive and
setup the final score with a20-yardpass
to Johnny Morton as he dove out of
bounds at the 2.
On the 2-point pass attempt, Tyoka
Jackson worked around the Trojans line
and Johnson threw low trying to get the
ball past linebacker Brian Gelzheiser.
Purdue 28, W. Michigan 13
Conners ran for two touchdowns and
Jeff Hill caught a 68-yard touchdown
pass as Purdue amassed 409 first-half
yards Saturday in a 28-13 victory over
Western Michigan.
The Boilermakers (1-1) scored on
their first three possessions and led 28-
3 at halftime against the Broncos (0-2).
Sophomore fullback Mike Alstott
led an overpowering Purdue running
game in the first half, tearing through
huge holes for 90 yards on nine carries.
His 37-yard run, the longest of his
career, set up Corey Rogers' 4-yard run
for the Boilermakers' first score.Alstott
finished with 100 yards on 12 carries..


Ohio State running back Raymont Harris rounds the comer ahead of a diving
Washington defender in the first quarter of Saturday's game in Columbus. The
Buckeyes prevailed over their Pac-10 foes. 21-12.

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