Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 4, 1990 · Page 19
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I t 1 rm a eul)M tunday, November 4, 1990 r m ' D4 . . The Arizona COLLEGE FOOTBALL Michigan's defense stymies Purdue a. a"-"'"''x-s wmm a pplP,f.sif mmwBm v , ' ' ifcfi " i X .J Don RyanThe Associated Press UCLA quarterback Tommy Maddox gets a pass off just before being hit by Romeo Bandison of Oregon. The 22nd-ranked Ducks won, 28-24, Saturday. Oregon's Musgrave saves best for last as Ducks nip Bruins The Associated Press EUGENE, Ore. Bill Musgrave, playing in his final game at Autzen Stadium, threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Vince Ferry with 2:01 remaining Saturday to give No. 22 Oregon a 28-24 victory over UCLA. "That last pass was probably my best pass of the day," Musgrave said, "so I'm glad to end it on that note." The victory was the first ever for the Ducks over UCLA at Autzen Stadium and gave them their first unbeaten home season since the stadium was built in 1967. The Ducks (7-2, 3-2 conference) fell behind in the opening minutes and trailed until their final score. "Our players know we have the ability to overcome mistakes," Oregon Coach Rich Brooks said. "God knows we made some today." Tommy Maddox threw three touchdown passes for the Bruins (4-5, 3-3), the last one a 62-yard play to Scott Miller that gave UCLA a 24-13 lead with 9:32 left. But Musgrave, Oregon's all-time leader in total offense and passing yardage, directed touchdown drives on the next two Ducks possessions. Maddox, a redshirt freshman, completed 21 of 34 passes for 332 yards. . He had touchdown passes of 13 yards to Miller and 9 yards to Reggie Moore in the first half as the Bruins built a 17-7 lead. But two UCLA drives in the second half were stopped by interceptions. Musgrave completed 14 of 23 for 224 yards and was intercepted once. In the fourth quarter, he was 5 of 6 for 106 yards. PAClO The Associated Press WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. Allen Jeffersorr scored three touchdowns on short runs, and Dwayne Ware scored on a blocked punt and recovered a fumble to set up another score as No. 20 Michigan smothered Purdue, 38-13, on Saturday. Ware ran 17 yards after Dave Ritter's block and recovered the fumble of the ensuing kickoff as Purdue (1-7, 0-5 conference) lost its sixth straight. "Mistakes in the kicking game in the first half usually are disastrous. Those really were," Purdue Coach Fred Akers said. "We visualize something special like that happening," said Ware, whose score gave Michigan a 17-6 second-quarter lead. "We felt we didn't have to do anything special. We just had to play our hardest and look to give the team some momentum. It just happened that I was there." The Wolverines (5-3, 3-2) forced six turnovers. They intercepted Purdue's Eric Hunter twice in opening a 31-6 halftime advantage. Jefferson, who carried only six times for 24 yards, scored on runs of 2, 3 and 1 yard. Jon Vaughn, the conference's leading rusher whose 144.4 per-game average was the second best in the nation, had 103 yards on 13 carries in the first half and finished with 131 yards on 25 rushes. Minnesota 21, Wisconsin 3 MADISON, Wis. Tailback Mark Smith scored two touchdowns and Chuck Rios added a third as Minnesota (5-3, 4-1) limited the Badgers (1-7, 0-5) to 36 yards rushing and kept its championship hopes alive Smith, a freshman rushed for 73 yards on 20 carries and scored on a 4-yard run in the first quarter and on a 16-yard shuffle pass from Scott Schaffner in the fourth. Minnesota limited Wisconsin to 14 yards rushing in the first half in 6 TD passes help Idaho blast NAU California 31 No. 21 Southern Cal 31 LOS ANGELES Mike Paw-la wski threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Brian Treggs with 1:22 remaining and Robbie Keen kicked the extra point to give California a tie. The Bears (5-3-1, 3-2-1) had a chance to win, but Keen's 43-yard field-goal attempt fell short as time ran out Mazio Royster rushed for 175 yards and two touchdowns for USC (6-2-1, 3-2-1). Todd Marinovich, suspended for the Trojans' game last Saturday against . Arizona State because he had missed some classes, completed 19 of 28 attempts for 291 yards and two touchdowns. Pawlawski completed 19 of 29 for 205 yards and two scores. Stanford 31 Washington State 13 STANFORD, Calif. Ed McCaffrey caught three touchdown passes from Jason Palumbis, and McCaffrey also ran for a touchdown, leading Stanford. Stanford (3-6, 2-4) held Washington State (3-6, 2-4) to 183 yards. The Cardinal offense racked up 500 yards. McCaffrey caught seven passes for a career-high 176 yards and had touchdown receptions on plays covering 69, 34 and 31 yards. McCaffrey also scored on a 2-yard run. Palumbis completed 23 of 30 for 353 yards. The Associated Press MOSCOW, Idaho Quarterback Steve Nolan threw six touchdown passes to tie a school and Big Sky record and Deavon Pearce rushed for a career-high 194 yards as Idaho crushed Northern Arizona, 52-7, on Saturday. The win kept alive the Vandals hopes for an invitation to the Division 1-AA playoffs. Nolan completed 14 of 23 for 236 yards with no interceptions in tying the Big Sky record held by eight players. Most recently, Idaho's John Friesz the 1989 1-AA player of the year threw for six scores last year in a 46-33 win over Weber State. Pearce become only the third back in the history of the Vandals (6-3, 4-2 conference) and the first in nine years to go over 1,000 yards rushing in a season. Also, he scored on a 1-yard run for his 12th rushing touchdown this year. On the first play, Nolan threw 44 yards to wide receiver Chris Taylor. Three plays later, Idaho scored when Nolan hit Elia Alailima-Daley from 1 1 yards out. Idaho rolled to 539 yards on offense, including 294 on the ground. Northern Arizona (4-5, 2-5) had only 196 total yards. The Lumberjacks' score came when quarterback John Bonds hit Hendricks Johnson from 16 yards out to trail 24-7 at the half. Bonds completed only 12 of 34 passes' for 169 yards, and he was intercepted three times. (HQS Jim TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DILLARD'S. A 1 1 AT SUN CITY STADIUM Z Special Family Bonus Books Still Available! FOR TICKET INFORMATION CALL 977-RAYS Big Ten taking a 14-0 lead in the 100th meeting between two of football's oldest rivals. The Golden Gophers lead the series, 55-37-8. Rios scored on a 9-yard run in the second quarter. The game was delayed 20 minutes in the second quarter when Wisconsin center Jeff Miller suffered an apparent neck injury after a Badgers punt with 5:37 left in the half. Officials said Miller's injury was not serious though he was taken to a hospital for an examination. Schaffner completed 8 of 16 for 88 yards but the Golden Gophers were able to run effectively. Wisconsin's Tony Lowery completed 12 of 29 for 177 yards but could not move the Badgers into touchdown range. Two of his passes were intercepted. Ohio State 48 Northwestern 7 COLUMBUS, Ohio Raymont Harris scored twice and Kent Graham came off the bench to throw two touchdown passes as Ohio State (5-2-1, 3-1-1) won its third straight. Robert Smith rushed for 128 yards on 23 attempts for the Buckeyes, who built a 27-7 lead at the half. Quarterback Greg Frey completed 7 of 10 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown before leaving in the third quarter after being hit hard on a sack. Graham came on to complete 5 of 6 for 88 yards and touchdowns of 36 yards to Brian Stablein and 17 yards to Bobby Olive. Ohio State, which has won the past 15 meetings between the teams, rolled up 274 yards rushing to go with 188 passing for 462 total yards. The Buckeyes have scored 142 points in victories over Purdue, Minnesota and Northwestern the past three weeks. The Wildcats (2-6, 1-4) will not finish with a winning record for the 19th straight season. j Michigan State 45 ' Indiana 20 EAST LANSING, Mich. Hy-land Hickson ran for 170 yards and scored three second-half touchdowns as the Spartans (4-3-1, 3-2) overcame a shaky first half. Tico Duckett, who added 150 yards, also ran for a score as Michigan State rallied from a 20-10 deficit. ;. Michigan State quarterback Dan Enos added two short touchdown runs as Indiana (4-3-1, 1-3-1) repeatedly fumbled away possessions. Indiana's Ernie Thompson fumbled at the Hoosiers' 46 and the Spartans were in the end zone seven plays later. Hickson scored from 13 yards out, then capped a 64-yard drive with an 8-yard run to put Michigan State ahead, 31-20, in the third quarter. GOOD YEAR AROUND with the Platinum Par Club Card. Top area country clubs and resort courses. 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