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1OB - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, September 11.1995

Cowboys cruise past Broncos

Associated Press
After a week in which the Cowboys
snagged Deion Sanders and a contro-
versial corporate sponsor, Troy
Aikman and Emmitt Smith just went
out and did their usual.
Aikman accounted for three touch-
downs and Smith rushed for over 100
yards and scored a touchdown Sun-
day as Dallas defeated the Denver
Broncos 31-21.
Aikman, who gave up some of his
salary this season so Sanders could
squeeze under the salary cap, started
slow and finished fast as he threw two
touchdown passes and jumped like a
springboard diver for another.
Smith, who needed smelling salts
after a particularly hard hit, came back
to score his 80th career touchdown on
a 1-yard run. Smith, who had four
touchdowns in a 35-0 victory Mon-
day night over the Giants, rushed 26
times for 114 yards.
For Dallas (2-0), it was the 26th
victory in the last 32 regular-season
games. The contest was played at a
Texas Stadium decked out with logos
from Nike, the company whose spon-
sorship of the Cowboys angered the
NFL.
John Elway threw touchdown
passes of 11 and 59 yards to Anthony
Miller as the Dallas secondary showed

signs of needing Sanders as soon as
possible.
Dolphins 20, Patriots 3
The Miami Dolphins aren't about to.
give up their supremacy in the AFC East.
Certainly not to the promising but not-
yet-polished New England Patriots.
Irving Fryar caught two touchdown
passes and the Dolphins forced three
key turnovers and shut down tight end
Ben Coates as they beat the Patriots
for the 12th time in 13 games, 20-3,
Sunday.
On Sunday, Marino didn't need to
carry the Dolphins (2-0) since their
running game was effective,
outgaining the Patriots 182 yards to
39. And Bledsoe couldn't get the Pa-
triots (1-1) into the end zone against
an aggressive defense.
Raiders 20, Redskins 8
Jeff Hostetler and his teammates
took what the Redskins gave them -
the screen here, the dumpoff there -
and the defense did the rest in
Oakland's 20-8 victory over Wash-
ington Sunday.
Hostetler, denied the Raiders' tra-
ditional vertical game by the Redskins
secondary, completed 22 of29 passes
for 205 yards and two touchdowns as
he marched his team downfield for
clock-eating scoring drives of 18, 9
and 10 plays.

Hostetler's scoring passes, both in
the second half, typified the Raiders
attack: a 1-yard strike to tight end
Andrew Glover and eight yards to
running back Derrick Fenner. Another
of his targets was Harvey Williams,
whose two receptions for 29 yards
augmented an 84-yard rushing day by
the fifth-year running back.
The Redskins (1-1) were hurt by
two second-half fumbles, one by Allen
that led to the Raiders' go-ahead score
and the other by Henry Ellard that
stopped a drive midway through the
fourth quarter.
Steelers 34, Oilers 17
Andre Hastings returned the game's
first punt 72 yards for a touchdown
and Mike Tomczak, subbing for the
injured O'Donnell, directed the
Steelers to a 34-17 victory Sunday,
benefiting from blunders by the Oil-
ers offense.
Hastings' return helped Pittsburgh
(2-0)takea 17-3 first half lead andthe
Steelers made it 24-3 in the third quar-
ter on Eric Pegram's 22-yard run with
2:51 elapsed.
The Oilers (0-2) struck back in the
third quarter on a 1-yard run by Chris
Chandler, who faked a handoff and
rolled left untouched into the end zone
with 10:53 elapsed.
But it was too late for the Oilers.

AP PHOTO
Dallas quarterback Troy Alkman is sent flying by Denver defensive back Tyrone Braxton as he scores a second quarter touchdown.

Sanders stifled as Lions fall to 0-2

Minnesota rebounds from loss to Chic

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Fuad
Reveiz remained perfect Sunday, and
this time the Minnesota Vikings' de-
fense was nearly as good.
Reveiz made two short field goals to
set an NFL record with 30 in a row and
the Vikings smothered Barry Sanders
in a 20-10 victory.
Sanders, who was voted offensive
player of the yearlast season and ran for
108 yards last week, gained just 35
yards on 13 carries.
It was his worst regular-season game
since the Lions (0-2) visited the
Metrodome in the second week last
season, when Sanders gained 16 yards
on 12 carries.
It also was a huge improvement
over the season-opener for Minnesota
(1-1). Last week, the Vikings gave up
143 yards on the ground in a 31-14
loss at Chicago.
While the Vikings were shutting
down Detroit's running game, they won
with a conservative offense led by Rob-
ert Smith, who gained I11 yards on 20
carries.

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Minnesota held Detroit's Barry Sanders to 35 yards rushing.

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