The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 21, 1991 · Page 42
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V V D-8College football the Cincinnati enqi irf r Monday, ociobcr 21. mi TC H ealey, Rogers play roles tailback Larry Ware. "The first time the fullback was leading and he cut block me," said Rogers. "The second time I kind of knew what the play was. I was thinking that I was Cincinnatians help Vandy upset Georgia Mike Healey and Gary Rogers will tell you that Vanderbilt's 27-25 victory over No. 17 Georgia was no fluke. "Things are starting to jell," said Healey, a junior going to jump over the guy. "I jumped over the guy and as I was in the air I hit the running back. vanderDilt has more players from Ohio on its roster than any other state. Of the 20 Ohioans, eight are from Cincinnati. Other locals are Mike Jones (Roger Bacon), Charles Fant (Goshen), Mario Allmon Jill! it n (Princeton), Bui Rigling (Hamilton Badin), and Tom Buy a Carrier Deluxe High Tech Air Conditioner together with a Carrier Deluxe Furnace and get a $1000 Rebate! LIMITED TIME OFFER, SO DON'T DELAY! ritz and Chris Ryals (Moeller). UP NEXT: Three Cincinnatians free safety Ron Carpenter (Princeton), linebacker Barry Renfro (Wal uiUUUUddi 38TR nut Hills) and Apache strong safety Cajardo Lindsey (Walnut Hills) are mainstays on the Miami defense which is ranked in the top 10 in five categories. JfcZ THE WEATHERMAKER SX GAS FURNACE Supei-low operating costs Lifetime limited heat eictianger wairanty SAVE on low operating costs SAVE with Carrier's long-term dependability and easy, low-cost maintenance They are second in turnover margin (2.43), fourth in scoring defense (9.4), third in total defense (241.3) Mike Healey Tide rolls to No. 7 in AP poll THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Alabama moved into the Top 10, while Tennessee and Oklahoma took a steep fall in Sunday's Associated Press college football poll. The Crimson Tide (6-1) climbed seven spots to No. 7 after beating Tennessee, 24-19. The loss dropped the Volunteers (4-2) seven places to No. 15. Oklahoma (4-2) fell nine notches to No. 21 following a 34-17 loss to Colorado (4-2), which rose six spots to No. 16. Florida State retained the top spot after beating Middle Tennes- ; see State, 39-10. The Seminoles (7-0), who have been No. 1 every week this season, received 56 of ; 60 first-place votes and 1,496 of a possible 1,500 points from a nationwide panel of sports writers and broadcasters. There were no changes in the next five, with No. 2 Miami still followed by Washington, Michigan, Notre Dame and Florida. Miami (6-0), which routed Long Beach State, 55-0, received two first-place votes and 1,416 points. Washington (6-0) got the other two , first-place votes and 1,408 points ' following a 24-17 victory over Cali- fornia, which fell three places to ' No. 10. Penn State (6-2) moved up two notches to No. 8 after beating Rutgers, 37-17, and Nebraska (5-1) remained No. 9 after edging Kansas State, 38-31. Iowa is 11th, followed by North Carolina State, Texas A&M, Ohio State, Tennessee, Colorado, Illinois, Syracuse, Clemson and East Carolina. Complete pollD-2. sixth in pass efficiency defense (90.94) and eighth in quarterback from St. Xavier High School. "We have lost three games by a total of eight points." The Commodores are 2-5 under first-year coach Gerry DiNar-do, a former Notre Dame standout and Colorado assistant who has vowed to turn the program around. Vandy had lost nine consecutive Southeastern Conference games and had won only 7 of 45 in the previous seven seasons. "Coach DiNardo has given us confidence that we are as good as anybody we play," said Rogers, a junior linebacker from Indian Hill High. "Ever since the Syracuse game I've felt different than last year. I felt we could win. I'm not scared of anyone." DiNardo uses Healey, Marcus Wilson and Jeff Brothers at quarterback. Wilson directed Vandy to its 27 rushing detense (96). 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Michigan is 3-0. bruised sternum with points before leaving with a "There's a lot of football to be played," said OSU coach John Cooper. "The way we look at it is that we have to win out. LOCALS MAKE GOOD: Kansas' Dana Stubble field (Taylor) blocked a punt in a 41-0 pasting of Iowa State. It was the Jayhawks' first shutout in 10 years. West Virginia's Ed Hill (Mount Healthy) caught one pass for 15 yards in a 31-24 victory over Boston 11:27 left. Healey came on and played keep-away from the Bulldogs the rest of the way. He ran the clock down to 6:55 and got the ball back with 1:27 left and ran out the clock. Healey, who has completed 19 of 38 passes for 341 yards and two touchdowns, doesn't mind sharing. "All three quarterbacks can run the offense," said Healey. "Marcus is more of a runner. I'm more of a passer. Each week they make a decision on who's going to start based on our game plan." Rogers is the Commodores' second-leading tackier with 32 solos and 27 assists. He has caused two fumbles and made three sacks. He was credited with a monster hit on Georgia College. bC s bcott Murphy (Colerain) rushed for 5 yards and caught two passes for 20 yards. Kent State s Brady Renners (Fairfield) made eight tackles in a 23-7 loss to Central Michigan. D. Orlando Ledbetter writes a weekly college football column for 1 he Enquirer. Michael Andretti wins championship Get your sports news first in the Cincinnati Enquirer THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .A Pay No Dues! Join the Most Affordable Private Country Club In Oak Country Club Our "Club Share" Program awards new members up to 4 months winter dues FREE! Royal Oak Country Club is a fine, full service private club offering its members and ' accompanied guests 18 holes of Championship golf, tennis courts, an Olympic size swimming pool, as well as all the social and business amenities. We are the only Club in the Bag! 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