The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on September 21, 1980 · Page 35
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The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee · Page 35

Nashville, Tennessee
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Sunday, September 21, 1980
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.'1 t 7-C i m - .aim. , 0 . W Jr f M 1 0 4fc r .-.o.o. T On Oliver s 51- Yard FG i j i ; : . r - AW . ? - , - ; - . A J ? H- ' ' If' 11 f-i r-' .ivX r . : v. v j" " . ''','':''. j !"':-' if' i !0 - - -c,n - n . .. - vw...' .. ; : . i... SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Harry Oliver's 51-yard field goal on the final play of the game yesterday lifted eighth-ranked and undefeated Notre Dame to a 29-27 victory over No. 14 Michigan in a see-saw battle of Midwest football powers. Only 41 seconds earlier, the Wolverines had scored on a 1-yard pass from quarterback John Wangler that was deflected by Butch Woolfolk ill AP Laserphoto Buckeye Blitz COLUMBUS, Ohio Ohio State linebacker John Epitropouloi dances with the ball over his head after recovering a Minnesota fumble in the Buckeyes' win. Andretti Captures Michigan Prix : - BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) -: Mario Andretti shook off the hard .luck that has dogged him the past two years and won the Michigan Grand Prix championship car race yesterday. . Andretti held off a strong challenge from Penske teammate Bobby unser in the closing laps of the 150-miler. at Michigan International Speedway,- winning' by.8-Tseonds; Mt'---!';!''"' - fedKMEARSfinlslied distant thjrd, giving the Penske team a ' sweep of the top three places, and ; Johnny, Rutherford, who already haV clinched , the national championship, was fourth. ' r - Andretti, who has spent most of the racing season trying to get his disappointing Lotus into the winner's circle on the Formula One circuit, gained his first champ car victory since September of 1978 at Trenton. In fact, that was the season that Andretti won the world driving - title and it was the last year the 40-year-old Nazareth, Pa., resident had won a race of any kind. .; , "It's a fantastic thrill for me be-; cause of the frustrating season. ; I've been having," Andretti said '' moments after taking the check-; V ered flag. "We had a plan for tires "and the car setup and. everything just worked to a T." ; i , , .:; .-, , Unser, Rutherford and Mears all led at least once, but Andretti, who won $14,350, was dominant, leading the race four times for a total of 55 laps. : '" into the arms of Craig Dunnaway for a touchdown that seemingly had given Michigan a come-from-behind victory. Oliver's successful kick touched off one the largest and loudest celebrations in Notre Dame Stadium history as most of the 59,075 fans roared their approval in unison. ,, Phil Carter's 4-yard touchdown run with 3:03 remaining gave the Irish a 26-21 lead,. but Michigan roared back with a 79-yard touchdown drive highlighted by the running of Wool-folk. His 37-yard run to the Irish 4-yard line set up the Wolverines' final score. ; Notre Dame's attack in the second half was stymied, but the Irish turned a pass interception and a fumble into touchdowns to stay in the contest. . ;' : ; ' ' MINNESOTA-OHIO STATE COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Vlade Janakievski tied a school record with four field goals and second-ranked Ohio. State forced Minnesota into six first-half errors, crushing the Gophers 47-0 in a Big Ten Conference football opener. ine uucKeyes' -una consecutive sellout crowd of more than 87,000 fans and millions more on national television watched Ohio State turn the six Gopher errors into 23 points. The Buckeyes were ahead 33-0 at half time. Janakievski, the nation's leading percentage field goal kicker last season, has hit all seven of his attempts in the Buckeyes' two victories this fall. The little senior connected from 22 yards and three times from 27 yards to tie the school record set by Tom Klaban against Michigan in 1974. UCLA-PURDUE . ' WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind, (AP) - Sopho-more quarterback Tom Ramsey passed for 170 yards yesterday, including a 9-yard touchdown pass to Cormac Carney in the fourth quarter, as UCLA beat error-plagued Purdue, 23-14, in a non-conference game. The Bruins also got a 2-yard touchdown run by tailback Freeman McNeil and three field goals by Norm Johnson as they raised their season record to 2-0. Purdue, relying mainly on the passing of senior quarterback Mark Herrmann, twice had the ball intercepted at the UCLA 7-yard line by Jimmy Turner and lost the ball in the Bruins' end zone on a fumble by Ben McCall. : The Boilermakers, now 1-2, trailed 10-0 after one quarter and .16-7 at halftime before Herrmann's passing brought them close in the third quarter. Herrmann, who finished with 282 passing yards, hit Dave Young on a 19-yarder and Bart Burrell for 17 yards as Purdue drove to the UCLA 19 early in the third period. - A . personal foul put the ball at the 8 and Herrmann then lofted his second touchdown pass to Burrell. i : ' - NORTHWESTERN-WASHINGTON SEATTLE (AP) Tailback Toussaint Tyler scored three touchdowns on runs of one, three and six yards in the opening quarter yesterday to lead the 16th-ranked Washington Huskies to a 45-7 rout of Northwestern's Wildcats. The Huskies, coming off a 50-7 trouncing of Air Force in their season opener last weekend, led 45-0 at halftime and used reserves mainly in the second half. , Washington scored all seven times it had possession of the ball in the first half. . Northwestern, a 30-point underdog, fell to 0-3. The Wildcats have won only one game in the past three seasons. Tyler, a 6-3, 213-pound senior from Ocean-side, Calif, carried the ball 13 times for 83 yards, all in the opening half. He now has six touchdowns in two games. BYU-WISCONSIN MADISON, Wis. (AP) Jim McMahon passed for 337 yards and three touchdowns and scored the go-ahead touchdown on a, 1-yard run, leading Brigham Young to a 28-3 college football victory over Wisconsin yesterday. McMahon, a junior who entered the game as , the nation's fourth-ranked passer, completed 22 of 34 attempts for the Cougars, 2-1. His touchdown passes came on plays covering 59 and 20 yards to split end Dan Plater and 10 to wide receiver Bill Davis. . Wisconsin, 0-2, scored on a 37-yard field goal by freshman Wendell Gladem late in the third period. Gladem also earlier missed field goal attempts of 32 and 55 yards. a? cam) a e o ugp 1980 LS 25 EST EPA MPG HWY. ST. 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