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4 F .- 1 -4 J t: J ; . i t. -i r . '' T , t. K- - V 4 Monday, September 16, 1991 0 THE PES MOINES REGISTER 3S COLLEGE FOOTBALL s BILL NEIBERGALLThfl Roister THE WEEK AHEAD Associated Press 1,' ohw gets to rest; offense worries Walden IOWA (2-0) Oppomnti Northern Illinois (1-1). WhinVwhirM 1:05 p.m. Sept. 28, Kinnlck Stadium, Iowa City. TiltvisioniNone. Iowa updatli After beating Hawaii, 53-10, and Iowa State, 29-10, Iowa has an open date this week. The Hawk-eyes, who Jumped to 10th in the Associated Press poll, don't play again until Sept. 28, when they meet Northern Illinois in their final non-conference game at Iowa City. "For the first time in my life, I'm giving my players two consecutive days off Sunday and Monday," Coach Hayden Fry said. Fry said the first two games have left him "real impressed with my defense." Generally, he likes how the entire team has progressed. However, punting remains a problem. Fry called it "terrible" against Iowa State. Jim Hujsak and Scott Fisher combined to average only 28 yards on five punts. "We can't win with that kind of punting," Fry said. "In the next two weeks, we'll take a look at Todd Romano, our freshman punter." Romano averaged 43.1 yards a punt as a senior at Cardinal Newman High School in West Palm Beach, Fla. Fry had hoped to withhold him from competition this season, but now may change his mind. Quarterback Matt Rodgers didn't play particularly well against Iowa State, but Fry said he wasn't that displeased. "Matt wasn't going for statistics," Fry said. "Other than forcing the pass that resulted in an interception, he did a good job." Rodgers finished with six completions in 15 attempts for 135 yards and two touchdowns. ; Iowa Injury update "Jeff Anttila is going to be out a while with a torn hamstring," Fry said. Anttila, a split end, was injured against Iowa State. Defensive tackle Mike Wells didn't suit up for the Iowa State game because of a knee injury. North Illinois updati: Willy Roy's first college field-goal attempt, a 25-yarder with 3 minutes 15 seconds remaining, gave Northern Illinois a 22-21 victory against Arkansas State on Saturday. A 38-yard, field-goal attempt for Arkansas State with 23 seconds left was wide, ensuring the Huskies' 14th consecutive victory at home. Northern Illinois scored in the first quarter on a 52-yard run by Adam Dach, who had 194 yards on 24 carries. Northern Illinois plays at Kansas State Saturday night. Horthtrn Illinois injury update: The Huskies had no players injured Saturday. However, they lost two nose guards earlier. Richard Kennedy is out for the rest of the season with a knee injury. Eric White is hurt and won't be back until mid-season. Ron Maly IOWA STATE (1-1) ' Oppontnt: Wisconsin (1-0). Whanwhom 1 p.m., Camp Randall Stadium, Madison, Wis. TolivisioniNone. ' Iowa Stata updatai Iowa State Coach Jim Walden said Sunday that quarterback Chris Pedersen probably accepted more blame than he should have for the Cyclones' 29-10 loss to Iowa Saturday. "But that's the kind of kid be is," Walden said. "We're putting an awful lot of the load on Chris," Walden said. "It's not fair, but it's the way it has to be. Seventy percent of what we're going to do on offense this year is going to be done with Chris Pedersen pulling the trigger. He is the engineer, we don't have a conductor on this train. He's the engineer, brakeman and everything else." Pedersen ran and passed for 91 yards Saturday, but was under constant pressure from Iowa's defensive line. Walden, who will be looking for the first victory against a team from the Big Ten Conference Saturday at Wisconsin, said he is concerned about the lack of offense from his tailbacks. Before the season, he said he wanted 150 yards a game from the trio of players who will see action at the position, but got 35 yards against Iowa and 110 in the opener against Eastern Illinois. Lamont Hill, who started at tailback the past two games, is averaging 31 yards in the two games. Freshman Leonard Holmes is averaging 23, and Sherman Williams rushed for 37 yards in the opener but was held out of Saturday's game because of an ankle injury. Iowa Stat injury update: "I walked out of the locker . room feeling positive about one thing Saturday," Walden . said Sunday. "I saw no new injuries." WisooRtln update: Troy Vincent returned a punt a school-record 90 yards for a touchdown in helping Wisconsin to a 31-13 victory against Division I-AA Western Illinois Saturday. Vincent had another 151 yards in kick returns. Barry Alvarez, who was an Iowa assistant for eight . seasons, is in his second season as coach of the Badgers. ; Included on Alvarez' coaching staff are former Iowa as- sistants Bernie Wyatt and Dan McCarney. The Badgers ' had a 1-10 record in 1990. Another Badger link to the state of Iowa is tight end Michael Roan, a second-year freshman from Iowa City who caught his first touchdown pass against Western 1111- nois. Randy Peterson NORTHERN IOWA (2-0) Opponent: Southern Illinois (3-0). Whnwhri 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Carbondale, 111. Northern Iowa update: The Panthers take a four-game winning streak against Southern Illinois into the Gateway Conference opener for both teams. The Panthers 1 are seventh in the NCAA Division I-AA Top 20 but should ' move up when the poll is released after losses by top-rank-' ed Georgia Southern and No. 3 William & Mary. Southern Illinois received votes in last week's poll. ' ' Northern Iowa has the best road record 12-5 against conference teams since the league began in 1985. ' "We have to be ready, the preseason's over," Northern Iowa Coach Terry Allen said Sunday. "I feel as though we've made improvements in the areas we needed to. It's J about time we go out and play and see where we're at." The Panthers had 449 total yards Saturday night in a ' 45-22 victory against Augustana College of South Dakota. " That output was 19 yards shy of doubling the 234 against - McNeese State two weeks ago. Northern Iowa ranks second in the league in passing yards with 188.5 a game. Nortbira Iowa Injury update: Halfback Tank Corner " sprained an ankle against Augustana. Allen said he was unsure of Corner's status for Southern Illinois. I Southern Illinois update: The Salukis have bounced ' back from a 2-9 record last season with their best start i 3-0 since 1983, when they won the Division I-AA nation- al championship. Tailback Greg Brown of Clinton, a for- mer standout for Bettendorf High School, leads the team with 220 yards and three touchdowns on 40 carries. Saturday, Southern Illinois rallied from a 17-0, second- quarter deficit and senior running back Mike Dopud scored a touchdown with 5 minutes 39 seconds left in the '.' third quarter as the Salukis beat Austin Peay, 21-17, at l- Clarksvllle, Tenn. Quarterback Brian Downey threw two touchdown passes and has seven for the season, matching last season's total. Dan McCool Jon Schnoor of Iowa State reflects on a punt on Saturday afternoon. Cyclone Stadium proved to be aptly named as tricky winds played a role in Iowa's 29-10 victory over the Cyclones. Schnoor averaged 36.4 yards on five punts. To ISU punter, Cyclone Stadium poses challenge By RANDY PETERSON Rtgtiiw Still Writer AMES, IA. The bus carrying the Iowa State football team from a local motel hadn't quite reached the athletic complex Saturday morning when Jon Schnoor knew what kind of day he was going to have. Schnoor saw the flags atop the stadium and knew it was going to be another day when Cyclone Stadium lived up to its name. Schnoor is a punter and, by definition of the position, he prefers relative calm. That's one of the reasons his college career began inside the Metrodome, as a punter for the University of Minnesota. But that's also where he discovered, the hard way, there is more to life than dead air. Not getting an opportunity to put foot to ball also can be a problem. And that's what led Schnoor to Iowa State. "Jon Schnoor can be as good as there is," Iowa State Coach Jim Walden said Sunday. "He's really good. He doesn't seem to care about the wind, and that's becoming more important here all the time. He can hit that thing against the wind better sometimes than guys can with the wind." Schnoor averaged 36.4 yards on his five punts in Saturday's 29-10 loss to Iowa. He has done better, but it was another of those windy days in and around the stadium. The wind was clocked at 15 mph from the south, which for a punter was enough to throw just about everything out of whack. Schnoor averaged 51.0 yards in two punts with the wind and 26.6 yards in three punts against it. He had another punt blocked, but that wasn't his fault. It came after a low snap from center. Iowa's punters averaged 38.5 yards in two punts with the wind and 18.6 yards in three punts into the wind. "I don't mind a little breeze," Schnoor said Sunday. "A kicker can usually handle a wind up to 10 miles an hou. But that's about the limit. The first thing I do every Saturday when we play here is to see how hard the flags are blowing. Vou can't tell by looking at the trees." But the flags don't lie. "There's a weird wind factor here," Schnoor said. "The wind blows in from the four corners of the stadium, bounces down near the field, then it bounces back up. It might not feel like it's windy at all in the stadium, but if you get one above the stadium (the football) can just take off. There are other times when the wind can be blowing in the stadium, but won't be blowing above it." But such frustration isn't anything near what Schnoor felt as a freshman at Minnesota. As is often the situation with punters, he was not offered a scholarship after graduating from West Des Moines Dowling High School. He still wanted to play, but didn't see "Help Wanted" signs at Iowa State or Iowa. "So I went to Minnesota, where I thought I was going to get a chance to kick a lot," Schnoor said. "I didn't get that chance, so I transferred here." Schnoor, a junior, sat out the 1989 season, then averaged 41 yards on 36 punts last season. "I'm very skeptical of most high school punters because at that level, the punting is unreliable," Walden said. "You get a lot of shanked punts that roll 15 or 20 yards, a lot of teams don't field punts because they have a personnel problems, and you don't know whether you can trust the person keeping the statistics all the time. You hear about these 48-yard averages, then you go to a game to watch him and the longest punt he hits is 36 yards with a roll." That wasn't the case with Schnoor. "In Jon, everybody told us he was a good hitter, but we had Judge Johnston and he had two more years," Walden said. "That was during the time when as bad as our numbers were, we couldn't afford to have that many scholarship kickers. We couldn't have kickers on scholarship without any blockers and tacklers." Schnoor understands the hesitance to offer a punter a scholarship as a freshman. "I still don't think it's fair," he said. "But I can see how it happens. That's a lot of money to spend on a person who can do only one thing. I think he needs to prove himself first." San Diego State freshman rushes to record 388 yards SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (AP) - Freshman Marshall Faulk set a NCAA record with 386 yards rushing on 37 carries and scored seven touchdowns Saturday night to lead San Diego State past Pacific, 55-34. Faulk, given increased playing time when starting running back T.C. Wight was injured in the first quarter, broke the previous record of 377 yards rushing in a Division I-A game, set by Anthony Thompson of Indiana in 1989 against Wisconsin on 52 carries. "After that third touchdown, I said to myself, 'Golly, stuff like this doesn't happen to a freshman,' " Faulk said. "I also told myself, 'Keep playing harder and harder. Do it more one time, one more time.' " THE POLLS AP TOP 25 (First-placa votes in parentheses with 1991 record, points, previous ranking) 1 . Florida State (47) (3-0-0) 1 ,436 1 2. Miami. Fla. (8K2-0-0) 1.345 2 3. Michigan (1X2-0-0) 1.329 3 4. Washington (l)O-O-O) 1.270 4 5 Florida(l)(2-0-0 1.250 6 6. Tennessee (2-0-0) 1.107 11 7. Oklahoma (l-O-O) 1.047 9 8Clemsonl-0-O) 1.028 8 9. Nebraska (2-0-0) 899 13 10. Iowa (2-04) 864 14 11. Notre Dame (1-1-0) 856 7 1 2. Penn State (2-1-0) 715 5 13. Auburn (2-0-0) 711 15 14. Baylor (2-0-0) 638 23 15. Texas A4M (1-0-0) 611 20 16. Ohio State (2-0-0) 526 19 17. GeorgiaTech(l-l-0) 491 17 18. Syracuse (2-0-0) 404 22 19. Colorado(l-l-0) 365 12 20. Pittsburgh (3-0-0) 350 24 21. Houston(l)(l-l-0) 336 10 22. Southern California (1-1-0) 309 23. Mississippi St. (3-0-0) 302 25 24. California (2-0-0) 119 25. Georgia (2-0-0) 116 - Others receiving votes North Carolina 91 , Oregon 7 1 , Alabama 67, UCLA 66, Texas 41 , North Carolina State 29. Air Force 16. Michigan State 12, Central Michigan 1 1 , Mississippi 6. Fresno State 4. San Diego State 4. Kansas 3. Missouri 3, Minnesota 2. COACHES' TOP 25 (First-place votes In parentheses with record, points, previous ranking) 1 . Florida State (47) (3-0-0) 1,451 1 2. Miami (Fla.) (6) (2-0-0) 1,401 2 3. Michigan (4) (2-0-0) 1,353 4 4. Washington (1) (l-O-O) 1,270 3 5. Florida (1) (20-0) 1,239 7 6. Tennessee (2-0-0) 1 ,078 11 7. Clemson(l-0-0) 1,051 8 8. Oklahoma (1-0-0) 1.041 9 9. Nebraska (2-0-0) 934 13 10. Iowa (2-0-0) 915 14 11. NotreDame(l-l-O) 774 6 12TexasA&M(l-0-0) 738 18 13. Auburn (2-0-0) 731 15 14. Penn State (2-1-0) 699 5 15 Baylor (2-0-0) 646 23 16 Ohio State (2-0-0) 569 17 17 Syracuse (2-0-0) 449 22 18. Pittsburgh (3-0-0) 412 24 19. Georgia Tech (1-1-0) 370 20 20. Houston(l-l-0) 323 10 21Colorado(l-l-0) 316 12 22 Georgia (2-0-0) 243 25 23.SouthernCalifornia(l-l-0) 235 24. Mississippi State (3-0-0) 216 25. California (2-0-0) 118 - Others receiving votes Texas 67. North Carolina 64, UCLA 64, Alabama 64, North Carolina State 58. Oregon 43. Texas Christian 41 . Maryland 33. Fresno State 32. Air Force 25. Mississippi 21. Missouri 17. West Virginia 13, San Diego State 9, Rice 7, Central Michigan 7, Virginia Tech 7, Arizona State 6. Duke 6. Illinois 4. Michigan State 2, Texas Tech 2. Kansas 1. Note The USA TodayCable News Network board of coaches is made up of 59 coaches at NCAA Division 1-A institutions. They are chosen from five geographical regions: Atlantic, South. Midwest. Southwest and West. HCAA LEADERS RUSHING Art. Yds. Avg. Game Faulk. San Diego State 48 425 8 9 212 5 Hill. Tanas A&M 30 212 7 1 2120 Cobb. Rice 25 193 7 7 193 0 Powers. Michigan 65 340 5 2 170 0 McMillan. Army 16 170 106 170.0 Sands. Kansas 46 331 7.2 165 5 Benjamin, Pacific 46 491 10 7 163 6 Smith. Cent. Michigan 109 487 4 5 162 3 Dunbar. Indiana 33 161 4 9 161.0 Bunnell. Oregon 59 300 5.1 150 0 Brown. Nebraska 38 296 7.8 148.0 Gallon, Kansas State 41 263 6 4 131.5 A.Smith.Army 15 131 8.7 131.0 Carter. Hawaii 71 383 5 4 127.6 Rhett, Florida 35 245 7.0 122.5 PASSING Art. Comp. Yds. Pis. Pawlawski, Cal 46 33 466 212.7 Barsotti. Fresno State 48 35 552 203 9 Matthews, Florida 49 32 623 196.6 Weldon. Florida St 64 48 628 193 5 Rodgers, Iowa 33 18 303 165 6 Grbac. Michigan 47 34 373 162 8 D Brown. Duke 76 50 621 160 5 Mirer. Notre Dame 42 24 442 159 6 Van Pelt. Pitt 72 47 584 158 1 Torretta. Miami (Fla.) 68 33 662 156 5 Clay. Tex. Christian 56 33 427 154.8 Graves, Syracuse 43 26 462 152 1 Dubs.Ohio 47 29 433 151 6 Malauulu. Arizona 41 23 359 148 9 Burnette. N Carolina 27 18 209 148 7 T. Sacca. Penn St 79 42 632 148 7 Hobert. Washington 31 21 244 148.7 RECEIVING Per No. Yds. Game Gilbert. Houston 27 289 13 5 Turner. Pacific 27 428 9 0 Beauregard, N. Mex. St 9 104 9 0 Guarantno. Rutgers 16 176 8 0 Moore, Utah State 15 262 7.5 Walsh. Stanford 15 176 7.5 Beard. SMU 15 159 7 5 E Turner, Illinois 14 235 7.0 Goodwin Toledo 7 86 7.0 Coleman, Indiana 7 75 7 0 McKay. Washington 7 67 7 0 Howard, Michigan 13 161 6.5 Lesure. Ball State 18 188 6 0 Grant. Houston 12 216 6 0 Stinnett. Tex. Tech 12 149 6 0 OFFENSE An. Yds. Game Nebraska 174 1.483 741.5 San Diego State 182 1,217 608.5 Fresno State 172 1.128 564.0 Army 73 530 530.0 Illinois 155 1.057 528.5 Texas A & M 77 524 624 0 FloridaState 240 1.564 521.3 Pacific 220 1.551 517 0 Celifornla 159 1.026 513.0 Miami (Fla.) 146 1,013 506.5 37. Iowa 129 789 394.5 RUSHING OFFENSE Per Att. Yds. Game Nebraska 132 1,146 5730 Army 71 500 500 0 TexasAtM 63 409 409.0 Air Force 179 1.095 365.0 Kansas 122 633 316.5 Hawaii 158 924 308.0 San Diego State 101 613 306.5 Fresno State 118 561 280 5 Oklahoma 65 276 276.0 Clemson 61 275 275.0 . low 0 464 232.0 39. Iowa State 87 177 188.5 PASSING OFFENSE Per An. Comp. Yds. Game Houston 125 75 846 423 0 Illinois 95 56 783 391 5 San Jose State 92 47 773 386 5 Miami(Fla) 77 39 717 358 5 Pacific 147 81 1,031 343 7 New Mexico 150 72 977 3257 Duke 76 50 621 3105 Brigham Young 78 48 606 303 0 San Diego State 81 40 604 302 0 Missouri 35 20 297 297 0 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION (R534) On November 1, 1991 at 10 A.M. a hearing will be held at the offices of the Feder- Bl Communications Commission, Washington C on the application of Center for Study and Application of Block Economic Development for renewal of license for Station KUCB-FM, Des Moines I A and on the applications of Iowa Acorn Broadcasting Corporation and Minority Communications, Inc. tor construction permit for a new FM station at Des Moines IA. Each application Is for operation on Channel 207 (89.3 MHz). The hearing Issues are: (Issues concerning Center for Study and Application of Black Economic Development) 1. To determine (a) whether a share-time arrangement between the applicants would result In the most effective use of the channel and thus better serve the public interest, and if so, the terms ond conditions thereof; (b) the extent to which each of the proposed operations will be integrated into overall cultural and educational oblectlves of the respective applicants; and (c) whether other factors In the record demonstrate that one applicant will provide a superior FM educational broadcast service. J. To determine, in the light of the evidence adduced pursuant to the specified issues, which of the applications should be granted, If any. A complete copy of the application of Minority Communications, Inc. Is available tor public Inspection Monday thru Friday from 7:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. at 1509 Forest Ave., Des Moines IA. 1 VX i it ,1 J i i iirtirri,y' iitti ii,a.yifcyirii ..,.,.-usd Nancy Scranton celebrates her victory in the du Maurier Classic. Massey can't hold off last charge by Scranton Nancy Scranton birdied the 17th and 18th holes to close out a sensational 4-under-par 31 score on the back nine and claim her first LPGA Tour victory Sunday at the du Maurier Ltd. Classic at Coquitlam, British Columbia. Scranton won $105,000 from the prize pot of $700,000. The birdie from 7 feet on the 17th hole broke a tie with Debbie Massey, who had led or shared the lead since her opening-day 67. Massey three-putted the 18th, which gave Scranton a three-shot victory. Scranton, 30, of Tampa, Fla., closed with a 3-under-par 68 and a 72-hole total of 279. She shot her way into contention during the third round Saturday with a 64 to break the course record. Scranton trailed Massey by three shots through 12 holes Sunday, but eagled the par-4 13th and birdied the 14th to pull into a tie. It was Scranton's first victory in seven years on the LPGA Tour. Scranton, who was divorced earlier this year, formerly played under the surname Brown. Massey was second at 282 after shooting a 73 on the 6,421-yard Vancouver Golf Club course. Three players tied for third at 284 Laura Davies, Pamela Wright and Trish Johnson. B Seniors to Thompson. Playing in a steady rain, Rocky Thompson sank "a real easy putt" on the final hole to snap a tie with Bruce Crampton and win the Digital Seniors Classic golf tournament at Concord, Mass. "I'm the man," Thompson, the mayor of Toco, Texas, said to the gallery before sinking the 10-foot birdie putt for the victory. Thompson's second victory in 624 PGA tournaments, starting in 1964, was worth $60,000. He said he used a light and sound machine to help him relax before shooting a 2-under-par 70 Sunday. He finished at 11 under par in the $400,000 tournament at Nashawtuc Country Club. Lee Trevino slipped into a third-place tie with Mike Hill, two strokes behind Crampton. Crampton closed with a 68, Trevino had a 72 Sunday and Hill shot a 68. LanCOmfl Trophy. New Zealander Frank Nobilo held off a crowding field to win the Lancome Trophy tournament at St. Nom La Breteche, France. Nobilo shot a closing 5-under-par 65 on the 6,756-yard Saint-Norn course to finish at 267 and win by one shot. "I've had three second places in the last 12 months and I thought golf was passing me by," Nobilo said. ml HARRY CANT Gant wins again. Harry Gant won his fifth successive NASCAR race Sunday, his third consecutive race on the Winston Cup circuit, as he lapped the field in the Peak Antifreeze 500 at Dover, Del. A - m uant, si, was the f'rst driver since nusiy Wallace in 1988 to win three Winston Cup events in a row. Gant averaged 110.179 mph on the mile oval at Dover Downs International Speedway. Geoff Bodine finished second and Morgan Shepherd third. Andretti wins. Michael Andretti moved into the Indy-car points lead by winning the Pioneer Electronics 200 on Sunday. Bobby Rahal finished third and now trails Andretti, 176-171, with three races remaining. B iowan wins autocross. Kiersten Scbarnberg of Urban-dale, a senior at Iowa State, won the D Stock Ladies class at the Yokohama Solo II national championship autocross Sunday at Salinas, Kan. Scharnberg was the youngest of the 50 national champions crowned during the world's largest autocross event. Scharnberg drove a Lola T252. B Cross-country meet. Four of the top 10 runners in last year's Class 2-A girls' state high school cross-country meet will compete in today's 37-school Ballard Invitational. Heading the field are three runners from Gilbert High School, which was second in the team standings of the 1990 Class 2-A meet and is ranked No. 1 this year as a 1-A school. The Tigers' runners include Sydney Pounds, the defending state 2-A champion, plus sisters Mary and Brenda Reilly, who both finished in the top 10 last year. The boys' meet will include two ranked teams Mount Ayr, which is seventh in 1-A, and Nevada, which is fifth in 2-A. The runners include five medalists from the 1990 meet. The four-class meet will begin at 5 p.m. at the Ballard-Huxley Country Club. B Field hockey. The University of Iowa's field hockey team won its fourth straight match without a loss with a 3-2 overtime victory against Boston University Sunday at Boston. L1-gOO-7t40-401Bi itu .'M.'I.H'I.'IMIHtMlg.HWI Ifet Hear The Professor" bail you out . 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