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Sunday, October 12, 1986 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER BaseballC-5 College football Michigan handcuffs Spartans, 27-6 ' '' ' . V ' V v -1 "S w- . iv f )'''" 1 C7 , Iowa beats back upstart Badgers THE ASSOCIATED PRESS field goals, the closest from 44 IOWA CITY, Iowa Rick Bay- yards. Purdue fell to 1-4 overall; less scored his second touchdown 0-2 in the league, while Illinois of the game on a two-yard run to improved to 2-3 and 1-1 in the Big cap a time-consuming drive in the Ten before a crowd of 73.720. , fourth period after Wisconsin had Colorado 17, Missouri 12, gambled and failed deep in Iowa at Columbia, Mo. Mark Hatcher, territory, and the lOth-ranked scrl on a 27-yard run and engi? Hawkeyes beat the Badgers, 17-6, neered another long touchdown in the Big Ten Conference. march to lead Colorado to its first Iowa marched 79 yards in 14 victory of the season. Missouri's plays to get the touchdown with 3 Tom Whelihan kicked a 62-yard minutes, 25 seconds left after field goal in the final seconds of the Wisconsin failed on a fourth-down second quarter that snapped the gamble at the Iowa 21. The Hawk- Big Eight record of 60 yards set in eyes, who had sputtered on offense 1973 by Tony DiRienzo of Oklaho- up to that point, used up 5:45 on ma. the march, then stopped a n,i:rt r oa last-ditch Wisconsin threatith an J 10 af BoSg end zone interception. Green, Ohio - Senior tailback Jeff nJrT HS9 n S n- r Davis scored on two second period overall and 2-0 in the Big Ten runs d G J de: hs four h str i ht loss fense W Eastern Michiari its tourtn straight loss four times Qn ourth down j , Trailing 10-6 m the fourth quar- BG extended ft d , ter Wisconsin drove from its own home winni k lg j , . 35 to the Iowa 21 with the help of Grefm d 3.3 overal, and tl 15-yard PHnaltieS n 3 2 in the Mid-American Confer-: he Hawkeyes But Badger quar- e whie miJ j . terback Bud Keyes threw an m- .':, t , tn , o complete pass with third down and ff game t0 drP t0 3'3. inches to go, then was held for no " i gain on fourth down. Central Michigan 19,; 'fn,i" Western Michigan 10, at Mount' IOW1 , , - 7 0 3 717 0 , t tow.-B.yiess4run(Hou9htnkick) Pleasant, Mich. Rodney Ste- X;;;;sregorje27 phenson carried the ball for 121, iowa-FG Houghtiin 39 yards and a touchdown, his fifth! T-TTa 1 r" Hw8Mlin kW consecutive 100-yard game, in the; Wisconsin Iowa Mid-American Conference game. SSrriZ',, : ' "," , n-m 52-223 The Chippewas improved to 4-ll ReWyaf " M 0Vera11 311(1 31 the MAC W pses .IZZZZZZZZTZrif'29-3 10-20-1 the Broncos fell to 0-6 and 0-3. ; st::::::::z:::: Bail St. 30, Ohio u. 9, at. 22 & Muncie, Ind. - John Diettrich; individual statistics kicked three field goals, including a; BassR22"oi7nK?3.E',,ef,' '"a Ary '32- 62-yard effort in the final period to; passing-wisconsm, Keyes 16-29-3-210. towa, poiwi- set a conference record. The three; Receiving-Wisconsin, Tompkins 5-110, Armentrout kicks gave the Senior the Confer' 3-12, Mtam 2-37; low Mauro Ml, Baytess 2-7 ence record fof succeSSfUl 3-point; Illinois 34, Purdue 27, at attempts with 57 He started the, Champaign, 111 - Ray Wilson ran shari the record with Mike; for two touchdowns, including the prindl who had 54 for Western; game-winner with 1:05 left left, as Michigan from 1981-84. ; Illinois broke a three-game losing ; streak. The game was tied, 27-27, Western Illinois 28, in the fourth before Illinois quar- Northern Michigan 22, at Mar-terback Shane Lamb hurled a 53- quette, Mich. Brett Grimshaw, yard pass to James Gordon to the rushed for two touchdowns as: Purdue 4-yard line. Wilson scored Western Illinois fought back from a, the winning touchdown on the next 14-7 halftime deficit. Western Mi-play. Junior kicker Jonathan Briggs nois improved to 4-2, while North-! kept Purdue in the game with four ern Michigan slipped to 2-4. The Associated Press yardage as Michigan State's Dean Altobelli makes the tackle during . THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Michigan quarterback Jim Harbaugh accounted for all the touchdowns, but it was the Wolverines steadily improving defense that sparkled brightest Saturday. Harbaugh passed for two touchdowns and ran for another to lead the fourth-ranked Wolverines to a 27-6 Big Ten Conference victory over Michigan State. "Our defense overall played its best game this season," Michigan coach Bo Schembechler said. "It hustled, tackled hard and played hard. I had expected this one to go down to the wire, right down to the fourth quarter." The hard-hitting contest was viewed by 106,141 fans, second-largest crowd in Michigan Stadium history, and a national CBS television audience. Michigan remained unbeaten at 5-0, 2-0 in the conference, while the Spartans, playing without injured Ail-American tailback Lorenzo White, fell to 2-3 and 0-2. Michigan's defense came up with a blocked punt, recovered two of three Spartan fumbles and sacked Michigan State quarterback Dave Yarema six times for minus-63 yards. "We didn't execute today and I don't think our heads were in the game," Yarema said. "I don't know if it was from last week or what. We just didn't get into the game at all." - Yarema, under heavy pressure all day, completed 13 of 22 pass attempts for 139 yards. "We anticipated early that they would try and run," Schembechler said. "I think the fact that we put pressure on the passer, which we wanted to do, made them work to run the ball more in the second half." The Spartans were held to only 54 yards rushing and 193 yards total offense. Michigan ran for 161 of its 380 total yards. Harbaugh, who completed 14 of 22 passes for 219 yards with one interception, scored the only touchdown of the first half on a one-yard run three seconds into the second quarter. "We needed this victory for self-respect and pride," Harbaugh said. "I felt a big challenge because I broke my arm in this game two FREE MOUNTING Mkh-FG Moons 34 Mlcti-Hartuugh 1 run (Moons kick) MSU-FG Caxfel 28 Mich FG Moons 19 Mich-Kotesv 42 pass from Harbaugh (Moons kick) MSU-FG Caudell 37 Mich-Brown 7 pass from Harbaugh (Moons kick) A-106,141 MSU Michigan First downs 13 21 "We ask him to do a lot." Michigan's Pat Moons kicked field goals of 34 and 19 yards. Chris Caudell kicked field goals of 28 and 37 yards to account for all of Michigan State's scoring. "I think the credit belongs to Michigan," Michigan State coach George Perles said. "They played extremely well and deserve to win. They dominated us defensively. They took away our run, our pass. Their rush was exceptional today. "We got beat by a better team." Michigan State . Michigan .1 I 1 f-l J 7 7-27 FREE MOUNTING 3.1 J J mii i i firrir 7.- ifl!T!jr .)'3V .iililifli m Radial Whitewall Rushes-yards ... Passing yards .. Return yards .... Passes 35-54 51-141 1 13 ..13-24-1 6-43 3-2 4-3 26: H 219 31 14-23-2 2-45 2-1 3-29 33:42 Punts , Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of Possession ... INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushlng-Mlchigan St., Ingram 1-7, Yarema 6-(mlnus-63), Morse 5-23, Eior 2-0, Johnson 20-11, Pugh M. Michigan, Harbaugh M, Zurbrugg 2-4, G. White 2-2, Morris 13-49, WUcher 16-74, Perryman 6-15, Webb 2-3, Holoway 2-6. Passing-Michigan St., Yarema 13-22-0-139, McAllister 0-2-1-0. Michigan Harbaugh 14-22-1-219, Zurbrugg 0-1-1-0. Recehring-Mlchlgan St., Rlson 1-24, Bouyer 1-16, Morse 4-23, Johnson 2-23, Sargent 4-44, Glcewla 1-9. Michigan, G.WNte 3-25, Morris 1-5, Mgglns 3-37, Perryman 1-6, Kolesar 1-100, J. Brown 2-23, Jokisch 1-21 GENERAL RADIAL ALL SEASON STEEL BELTED 2I575RI4 20565RI5 BLACKWALLS H 1 3 1 1 1 L I IV rill I dnr liinif i:1iRil'll35tjiuai; i .... j I V KWI JtJM Gerald White of Michigan drives for Saturday's Big Ten game. years ago and I threw three interceptions last year." Harbaugh hit flanker John Kole-sar with a 42-yard TD strike in the third quarter and flipped a seven-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jeff Brown early in the fourth quarter. Kolesar finished with three catches for 100 yards. "Harbaugh made a couple of bad judgments," Schembechler said. "I'd like to think that I could have a quarterback that would not make any mistakes. But, of all the positions in sports, with all the pressure, quarterback is the toughest position. 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