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ll'alm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 18, 1968 Buckeyes Must Stop Michigan . Ohio State's last run for the Roses promises to be a dandy footrace... against swift Ron If Johnson. 17-13 Saturday behind Simpson's 238-yard spree to protect its No. 1 national ranking and lock up the host spot in the Rose Bowl. Johnson, meanwhile, turned in the season's most electrifying single game performance, darting for 347 yards and five touchdowns as fourth-ranked Michigan kept pace with Ohio State in the Big Ten stretch race with a 34-9 conquest of Wisconsin. The second-ranked Buckeyes Unless the unbeaten Buckeyes stop Johnson, M i c h i g a n s record-breaking road-runner, in next Saturday's Big Ten Conference title showdown, they can forget about trying to stop Southern California's O.J. Simpson on New Year's Day. Late-striking Southern Cal trimmed rugged Oregon State Football Results AH-American toted the ball 47 times while boosting his season rushing yardage to 1,449. Enyart picked up 68 yards in 17 carries for a season total of 1.136. Johnson, a fleet senior halfback, tied Red Grange's 44-year-old Big Ten record of five touchdowns in a game and broke the conference single game record of 286 rushing yards set by Iowa's Ed Podolak last week against Northwestern. In bringing his rushing yardage for the season to an even 1,300, the Michigan star scored on jaunts of 35, 67. 1, 60 and 49 yards. "It was a great performance," said Michigan Coach Bump Elliott, "I've never seen anything like it." With quarterback Tex Kern and fullback Jim Otis smashing over for two touchdowns apiece, Ohio State charged to a 33-13 bulge over the Hawkeyes in the rain at Iowa City. But the Bucks barely escaped after Podolak's three-yard scoring run touched off the late Iowa comeback. While the Rose Bowl matchup remained unsettled, pairings for the other post-season classic crystalized, with third-ranked Penn State and No. 5 Georgia heading the list of teams expected to be invited Monday. by tackle Steve Smear's 40-yard scoring ramble with an intercepted pass, rolled past Maryland 57-13 for an 8-0 mark and an apparent berth in the Orange Bowl. Georgia whipped Auburn 17-3 for the Southeastern Conference crown and a likely Sugar Bowl invitation. Steve Owens gained 177 yards on 46 carries, scoring three touchdown and passed for a fourth, leading Oklahoma to a 28-14 victory over sixth-ranked Missouri that threw the Big Eight Conference race into a three-way deadlock. No. 7 Kansas, beaten by the Sooners a week ago, rebounded with a 38-29 victory over Kansas State, quarterback Bob Douglass tallying three times, and regained a share of the top spot along with Oklahoma and Missouri. All three could wind up with bowl berths, with the Orange, Sugar and Gator interested. Eighth-ranked Texas smashed Texas Christian 47-21 with a 490-yard running and passing assault to remain in a first-place knot with No. 10 Arkansas, a 39-29 winning over South-em Methodist, in the race for the Southwest Conference title and an automatic Cotton Bowl spot. SMU and Texas Tech, jolted by Baylor 42-28, dropped out of fourway deadlock for the lead. Three Bubba Wyche touchdown passes led No. 11 Tennessee past Mississippi 13-0, giving the once-beaten Vols the inside track for the other Cotton invitation. Ninth-ranked Notre Dame, whose season will end with a visit to Southern California Nov. 30, continued to roll. The Irish, 7-2 throttled Georgia Tech 36-6 behind soph signal caller Joe Theismann and halfback Bob Gladieux, who scored his 12th and 13th touchdowns, matching the 50-year-old school record for a single season. Fullback Jim Carter's three touchdown plunges carried Minnesota to a brawl-marred 20-6 victory over No. 19 Indiana, which joined Missouri, No. 12 Auburn and No. 13 Oregon State as nationally- ranked victims. Explosive Houston, ranked 14th, humiliated Idaho 77-3 as Elmo Wright caught seven passes for 249 yards and four touchdowns. Purdue, No. 15 subdued Michigan State 9-0 and bowlbound Alabama, No. 16, downed Miami, Fla., 14-6 in defensive struggles. Unbeaten Ohio University, No. 17, outscored Cincinnati 60-48 in an offensive circus in which Creg Cook, the losers' quarterback, complete 35 of 56 passes for 554 yards. v.w. 'k-.'T ill i . -is"' -f 11 Ij ' ,; . . i. i. ' " .-, --. survived Iowa's 21-point fourth quarter rally for a 33-27 victory their eighth without a loss. Oio State and once beatenMichigan, each 6-0 in conference play, collided at Columbus next Saturday. In running their record to 8-0, the Trojans left a painful impression on Oregon State Coach Dee Andros, whose team went into the Los Angeles confrontation tied with USC for the Pacific Eight Conference lead. "However they meet from the Big Ten, they'd better watch out. ..and I mean the Big Ten," said Andros after the Trojans overcame a 7-0 fourth quarter deficit on Steve Sogge's 22-yard touchdown pass to Terry De-Kraai, Ron Ayala's 27-yard field goal and Simpson's 40-yard scoring dash. Simpson outshone the Beavers' Bill "Erthquake" Enyart in their rushing duel. The USC By Tht Associated Prtss East Harvard 31, Brown7 Penn 13, Colubnia 7 Dartmourth 27, Cornell a Yale 42, Princeton 17 Syracuse 44, Navy 6 Army 26, Pittsburgh 0 C W Post 25, Vermont 10 Kings Point 43, Jersey City State 7 Rutgers 41, Holy Cross 14 Union 22, Hamilton 13 Boston College 45, VMI 13 Springfield 42, Tutts 3 Lafayette 14, Colgate 10 Bucknell 31, Lehign 27 New Hampshire 16, Massachusetts 0 Amherst 24, Williams 17 Muhlenberg 10, Franklin & Marshall 13 PMC Colleges 22, Swarthmore Elllabelh City 36, Livingstone 18 Albright 28, Upsala 0 Glassboro St 27, Montclair St. 20 Delaware 41, Boston u. 13 Allegheny 42, Rochester 19 Coast Guard 34, Rensselaer Tech 20 Connecticut 35, Rhode Island 6 Wilkes 23, Lebanon Valley 16 Delaware Valley 14, Susquehanna 7 Drexel 42, Western Maryland 14 Juniata 27, Moravian 20 Ursinus 35, Haverford 13 Carnegie-Mellon 26, Washington & Jef The Nittany Lions, triggered I UPITELEPHOTO GATOH Y4.F0ACE - University of against the University of Kentucky. FltT'i:i's Ton Ctri t;in (No. 51) picks Missing the tackle is Kentucky's Don up (h? vai'l n;" in th" t-rst quarter Holland (No. 40). ferson 0 Northeastern 41, Temple 26 Hofstra 26, Wagner 7 Grove City 10, Bethany, W.Va., 7 California, Pa., 28, East Stroudsburo 28. If GENERAL V T I R E M tie BU uu ray h i SERVICE First-Time-Ever Sale Prices j flOIJIMY SAFETY Here's what wo do: On This Long Mileage Safety Tire Puncture-Sealing : A I R ll W-' : 1 ' Align f'nnt end mMmifcHn'cr's ;: I)' ins front wheels (o siiV" rostl v GENERAL HDUAL M K' . 3! I 'M ll-l W I .It i ' I Discontinued Tread Design) South Penn State 57, Maryland 13 Georgia 17, Auburn 3 Clemson 24, North Carolina 14 Florida State 48, North Carolina St. 7 Florida 16, Kentucky 14 Tennessee 31, MISSISSIPPI ? 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