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The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, November 6, 1995 - 9B
NATIONAL COLLEGE FooTBA. STANDINGS

Atlantic Coast Conference

Conference
Virginia 6-1-0
Florida St. 5-1-0
Clemson 5-2-0
Maryland 4-2-0
45or Tech 4-3-0
towiarolina 2-3-0
North Carolina St. 1-4-0
Duke 1-5-0
Wake Forest 0-7-0

Overall
7-3-0
7-1-0
6-3-0
6-3-0
5-4-0
4-4-0
2-6-0
3-6-0
1-9-0

Big Eight Conference
Conference
Nebraska 5-0-0
Kansas 4-1-0
Kansas St. 4-1-0
Colorado 3-2-0
Oklahoma 2-3-0
Iowa St. 1-4-0
Oklahoma St. 1-4-0
Missouri 0-5-0
Saturday's games:
Kansas 42, Missouri 23
Nebraska 73, Iowa St. 14
Kansas St. 49, Oklahoma 10
Colorado 45, Oklahoma St. 32
Next week's games:
Kansas St. at Iowa St.
Nebraska at Kansas
Oklahoma St. at Oklahoma
Missouri at Colorado
Big~ West Conference

Mid-American Conference

Overall
9-0-0
8-1-0
8-1-0
7-2-0
5-3-1
3-6-0
2-7-0
2-7-0

Conference

Toledo
Miami (Ohio)
Ball St.
Eastern Michigan
Western Michigan
Central Michigan
Akron
Bowling Green
Ohio
Kent

5-0-1
4-1-1
5-2-0
4-2-0
4-2-0
2-4-0
2-4-0
2-5-0
1-4-1
0-5-1

Overall
8-0-1
6-2-1
6-4-0
5-4-0
5-4-0
4-5-0
2-7-0
4-6-0
2-6-1
1-7-1

Arizona St. at California
Southern Cal at Oregon St.
Washington at UCLA
Stanford at Washington St.
Oregon at Arizona
Southeastern Conference
Conference C

SMU

0-5-0

1-8-0

Saturday's games:
Miami (Fla.) 35, Baylor 14
Texas Christian 19, SMU 16
Texas 48, Texas Tech 7

verall

fhtidy game:
Virginia 33, Florida St. 28
Saturday's games:
Clemson 17, North Carolina 10
Mtarylaiid 30, North Carolina St. 13
Georgia Tech 24, Wake Forest 23
Next week's games:
Duke at Clemson
North Carolina St. at Georgia Tech
Virginid at Maryland
Florida St. at North Carolina

Saturday's games:
Bowling Green 33, Ohio 7
Toledo 19, Central Michigan 7
Ball St. 28, Kent 13
Miami (Ohio) 39, Eastern Michigan 23
Youngstown St. 24, Akron 10
Next week's games:
Central Michigan at Ball St.
Bowling Green at Kent
Miami (Ohio) at Ohio
Akron at Toledo
Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan

East
Florida
Tennessee
Georgia
South Carolina
Kentucky
Vanderbilt
West
Arkansas
Alabama
Auburn
LSU
Mississippi
Mississippi St.

6-0-0
5-1-0
3-4-0
2-4-1
2-5-0
1-5-0
6-1-0
4-2-0
3-3-0
2-3-1
2-4-0
1-5-0

8-0-0
8-1-0
5-4-0
4-4-1
3-6-0
1-7-0
7-2-0
7-2-0
6-3-0
4-4-1
5-4-0
3-6-0

Big East Conference

Virginia Tech
Syracuse
Miami (Fla.)
Boston College
West Virginia
Rutgers'
Pittsburgh

Conference
5-1-0
3-1-0
3-1-0
3-1-0
3-2-0
1-4-0
0-5-0

Overall
7-2-0
6-2-0
5-3-0
3-6-0
4-5-0
2-6-0
2-7-0

Nevada
Northern Illinois
SW Louisiana
New Mexico St.
Pacific
Utah St.
Arkansas St.
UNLV
San Jose St.
Louisiana Tech

Conference
4-0-0
3-1-0
4-2-0
2-2-0
2-2-0
2-2-0
2-3-0
1-3-0
1-3-0
1-4-0

Overall
7-2-0
3-6-0
6-3-0
3-6-0
3-6-0
2-7-0
4-5-0
2-7-0
2-7-0
4-5-0

Saturday's games:
Miami (Fla.) 35, Baylor 14
West Virginia 59, Rutgers 56
Boston College 10, Temple 9
Virginia Tech 31, Syracuse 7
Next .week's games:
Miami (Fla.) at Boston College
Templeat Virgina Tech
Syracuse at Pittsburgh
Rutgers at Tulane

Saturday's games:
Florida 58, Northern Illinois 20
Nevada 30, Utah St. 25
Arkansas St. 21, San Jose St. 7
UNLV 34, North Texas 24
New Mexico St. 39, Pacific 37
SW Louisiana 40, Louisiana Tech 33
Next week's games:
SW Louisiana at Arkansas
Louisiana Tech at Vanderbilt
Arkansas St. at Northern Illinois
San Jose St. at New Mexico St.
Utah St. at UNLV
Nevada at Pacific

Pacific-1O Conference
Conference
Southern Cal 5-0-1
Washington 4-1-1
Oregon 4-2-0
UCLA 3-3-0
Stanford 3-3-0
Arizona 3-3-0
Arizona St. 3-3-0
California 2-4-0
Washington St. 2-4-0
Oregon St. 0-6-0
Saturday's games:
California 27, Washington St. I1
Southern Cal 31, Stanford 30
Oregon 24, Washington 22
Arizona St. 37, UCLA 33
Arizona 14, Oregon St. 9
Next week's games:

Overall
7-1-1
5-3-1
7-2-0
6-3-0
5-3-1
5-4-0
5-4-0
3-6-0
3-6-0
1-8-0

Saturday's games:
Arkansas 26, Mississippi St. 21
Florida 58, Northern Illinois 20
Tennessee 42, So. Mississippi 0
Auburn 38, NE Louisiana 14
Vanderbilt 14, Kentucky 10
Alabama 10, LSU 3
Next week's games:
Auburn at Georgia
Cincinnati at Kentucky
Florida at South Carolina
SW Louisiana at Arkansas
Louisiana Tech at Vanderbilt
Mississippi St. at Alabama
Mississippi at LSU
Southwest Conference
Conference
Texas 3-0-0
Texas Christian 3-1-0
Texas A&M 3-1-0
Baylor 3-1-0
Texas Tech 2-2-0
Rice 1-3-0
Houston 1-3-0

Next week's games:
Texas A&M at Rice (Thurs.)
Texas Christian at Texas Tech
Baylor at SMU
Texas at Houston
Western Athletic Conference
Conference Overall
San Diego St. 4-1-0 7-2-0
Brigham Young 4-1-0 5-3-0
Air Force 5-2-0 6-3-0
Utah 5-2-0 6-4-0
Colorado St. 4-2-0 6-3-0
New Mexico 2-4-0 4-5-0
Fresno St. 1-3-0 4-4-0
Hawaii 1-3-0 3-4-0
Wyoming 1-4-0 3-5-0
Texas-El Paso 0-5-0 1-8-0
Saturday's games:
Brigham Young 45, Tulsa 35
Utah 30, Wyoming 24
Colorado St. 56, Texas-El Paso 10
San Diego St. 38, New Mexico 29
Hawaii 42, Fresno St. 37
Next week's games:
Army at Air Force
Hawaii at Colorado
Brigham Young at New Mexico
Texas-El Paso at Fresno St.
Wyoming at San Diego St.
Division I-A Independents

Ivy League
Princeton
Cornell
Columbia
Dartmouth
Pennsylvania
Yale
Brown
Harvard

Conference
4-0-0
3-1-0
3-1-0
2-2-0
2-2-0
1-3-0
1-3-0
0-4-0

Army
Navy
Memphis
Tulane
NE Louisiana
North Texas
Saturday's games:
Tennessee 42, So. Mississippi 0
Esat Carolina 31, Army 25
Notre Dame 35, Navy 17
Auburn 38, NE Louisiana 14
Brigham Young 45, Tulsa 35
Mississippi 34, Memphis 3
Louisville 34, Tulane 14
UNLV 34, North Texas 24
Next week's games:
Cincinnati at Kentucky
Deleware at Navy
Army at Air Force
Tulsa at East Carolina
So. Mississippi at Memphis
Idaho St. at North Texas
NE Louisiana at Louisville
Rutgers at Tulane

Overall
7-0-0
4-3-0
3-3-1
5-2-0
4-3-0
2-5-0
4-3-0
1-6-0

3-4-1
3-5-0
3-6-0
2-7-0
2-8-0
1-8-0

Overall
6-1-1
6-2-0
5-2-0
5-3-0
5-3-0
2-5-1
1-7-0

Notre Dame
East Carolina
Cincinnati
Louisville
So. Mississippi
Tulsa

8-2-0
6-3-0
5-4-0
5-4-0
4-5-0
4-5-0

Saturday's games:
Princeton 22, Penn 9
Brown 47, Harvard 8
Cornell 38, Yale 10
Dartmouth 43, Columbia 27
Next week's games:
Brown at Dartmouth
Columbia at Cornell
Penn at Harvard
Yale at Princeton

:lush victoious but lose Powlus to broken arm
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Associated Press
No. 8 Notre Dame 35, Navy 17
Notre Dame backup Tom Krug,
pressed into service after sophomore
Ron Powlus broke his arm, threw for
two touchdowns and rallied the No. 8
Irish to a 35-17 victory Saturday over
Navy.
Powlus, who missed his freshman
season with a broken collarbone, is out
for the rest of the year after breaking his
left humerus, the bone that leads from
the elbow to the shoulder. Powlus was
taken to a local hospital, and surgery
was a possibility.
Krug faced a daunting task when he
went in with about 11 minutes left in the
third quarter. The junior had played
only 6minutes, 52 seconds this season,
had never thrown a pass and the Irish
(8-2) were trailing 17-14.
But six minutes later, Krug connected

with Derrick Mayes on a42-yard touch-
down to put the Irish ahead21-14. Krug
barely had time to take a breather when
Lyron Cobbins intercepted Ben Fay's
pass on the first play of Navy's next
series.
Krug tried to go to Marc Edwards
in the end zone, but the ball was
fumbled and recovered by Navy (3-
5). The Midshipmen were called for
illegal participation, however, and
Krug hit Mayes with a 3-yard TD pass
to make it 28-17.
Tailback Autry Denson's24-yard run
with 10:54 left capped Notre Dame's
scoring.
Krug finished the day 5-for-8 for
90 yards. Mayes caught four passes
for 81 yards. He needs 29 more yards
to set Notre Dame's career record of
2,493 receiving yards, held by Tim
Brown.

No. 1 Nebraska 73, Iowa St. 14
Ahman Green ran for 176 yards and
scored four touchdowns to lead No. I
Nebraska past Iowa State 73-14 Satur-,
day, stealing the spotlight from once-
suspended Husker Lawrence Phillips.
Nebraska (9-0, 5-0 Big Eight)
scored on its first 10 possessions and
led 20-0 before Iowa State quarter-
back Todd Bandhauer's 15-yard scor-
ing pass to Ed Williams in the second
quarter.
Nebraskathen scored46straightpoints.
The 73 points were the most ever by
Nebraska against Iowa State (3-6, 1-4). ,
No.5 Tennessee 42, Southern Mis-
sissippi 0
No. 5 Tennessee forced five turn-
overs, three setting up touchdowns, and
Ray Austin blocked a punt for a TD as
the Volunteers beat Southern Missis-
sippi 42-0 Saturday.

The Vols (8-1) were lackluster wn
offense, with usually reliable receivers
dropping nine catchable balls. But with
the field position afforded by two inter-
ceptions and a fumble recovery deep h
Southern Miss territory, the offense
didn't have to be at its best.
Peyton Manning completed 20-f-
39 for 230 yards and two touchdowns
and also ran for a TD.
Jay Graham had 108 yards and two
TDs in 26 carries, his eighth 100-yard
game of the year.
The story of the day was the Tennes-
see defense, which got its second shit-
out of the season.
Southern Mississippi (4-5) managed
just 10 first downs and got no closer
than the Tennessee 38. The Golden
Eagles had 142 yards of total offense,
including just 3 yards rushing in 6
attempts.

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