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college football summaries ST.LUUib HUSl-UlbPATCH Sun., Nov. 23, 1980 big eight Oklahoma 0 14 0 7-11 Nebraska 10 0 0 7- 17 Neb Redwine 89 run ISeibel kick) Neb FG OklWstls 3 Okl Winlers 3 Neb-Oulnn I Okl-Rhymes 1 run First downs Rushes-vards Passing yards Return vards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Selbel 47 run (Keeling kick) run (Keeling kick) run ISeibel kickl Keeling kick) Iowa 13 14 0 14 - 41 Michigan St. 0 0 0 0-00 Iowa - FG RobvM Iowa - FG Ruby 41 Iowa - Love Jordan 12 run (Olelnlciak kick) Iowa - McKllllp 1 run (Olelnlaak kick) Iowa -Oleinlczak 22 bass trom Gales lOleiniczak kick) Iowa - Chaooelle II pass frorn Gales (Oleinlc:akkick) Iowa - Person IS pass trom Gales (Olel-niciak kick) .A -55, 123 Okla Nebr 17 18 62 24 JJ-314 26 76 9 7 2-7-0 7-13-t 8 43 7 28 5-2 4-1 5-31 7-70 First downs Rushes-yards Passing vards Return vards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Iowa 21 39-138 249 79 17-32 1 15-37-2 6-34 9-48 21 1-0 8-82 10-IX MSU 17 42-24 207 6 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - OkHboma.Walts25 73.Wilw Nebraska,Redwine2l l52,Franklin20-l22 PASSING-Oklahoma,Vatts2-7-o,26.Net RECEIVING - Oklahoma, Rhodesl-l3.Gr 3-40, Finn 1-13, Noonan 1-12. Iowa State 10 1 0 8 -23 Okla Stale 14 0 0 7-21 OSU Smith I run (Ankersen kickl ISU-FG&iffords4l OSU-Anderson6run (Ankersen kick) ISU-Loren7en2run (Gittordskick) ISU-Crutchlield I run (kick failed) ISU-Crutchtleld 4 run (Glttords kick) OSU-Campbell 10 pass trom Traber (Ankersen kick) A - 37,500 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - Iowa, Love Jordan 13-62, AAcKillip 11-45. Michigan Slate, Ellis 11 50, Smith 11-27. PASSING - Iowa, Gales 17-32-1-249. Michigan State. Clark 12-25-1-165, Leister 2-9-1-13, Gaddis 1-2-029 RECEIVING - Iowa, Chaooelle 10-148, Person 3-64 Michigan State, Kimichik 3- 38, EIIIS 3-31. Michigan Ohio state 0 4 OH - FG Janaklevski 33 MICH - FG Haii Sheikh 43 MICH-Carter 13 yard pass trom Wang-ler (kick tailed) A - 88,827 Md-FGCastro29 Md-Wysocki 5 run (Castro kick) Md - Wlngf ield 3 run (Castro kick I Md-Whittle 10 run (Castro kick I Md - Lewis 43 pass trom Dewi tz ( Castro kick) A -22,406 S Carolina ) 0 3 0-6 Clemson ) 3 7 14-27 Clem - FG Arlrl 41 SC - FG Leopard 39 Clem- FG Arirl 47 SC - FG Leopard 29 Clem - Jordan 1 run I Arlrl kick) Clem - Underwood 37 pass Interception (Arlrl kickl Clem - McCall 15 run (Arlrl kickl A -64,200 East Carolina 14 0 0 0-M NorttiCarolinaState 7 112 14-36 ECU - Collins 97 kickotf return (Lamm kickl NCS-Avervlrun(Ritterklck) ECU - Sutton 5 run (Lamm kick) NCS-FG Bitter 47 NCS - Marks 13 run (kick tailed) NSC Jackson ) run (pass failed) NSC - Jackson 3 run ( Ritler kick ) NSC - McClean 5 run IRItter kick) A -46,200 Passmq yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards .10 24 12 23 2 3-130 6-37 642 10 4-40 IFellmeth kickl BSU - Nelson 18 pass trom 0 Connell (Fellmelhkick) ISU -Allen 15 run IStellern kick) ISU-Wilson 15 run ISIeilern kick) - A -7,023 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - TCU,Morrls)3-,Bates-25, 37-191, Jackson 16-57, Beal 14-18. PASSING - TCU,Stampl2-23-2-l40 AIM, RECEIVING -TCU,Stewart3-40,Epps2-: Whllwell 1-21. Arkansas 0 7 10-7 SMU 1 7 14 7-11 SMU-FG Garcia 23 SMU -Bennett 55 run (Garcia kick) ARK - StigoersiopassfromJoneslOrdom SMU -James 3 run (Garcia kick) SMU -James 72 run (Garcia kick) SMU - Dickerson 4 run (Garcia kickl A -28.225 First downs Rushes-vards Passlngvards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-vards Miami, Ohio Cincinnati ISU 19 39-174 171 76 BSU 28 58-222 285 13 Arnona 7 7 0 10-24 OrewnSI 0 0 7 0-7 UA - Holland IS run (Weber kickl UA - Oliver 10 run IWeber kick) OSU - Robinson 7 pass trom Singler (Mangold kick) UA - FG Weber 39 UA - Holland 9 run (Weber kick) A -15,300 20-41-2 25-36-1 9-39 6-34 4-2 7-2 4-46 4-78 4 7 a 0- 11 7- JJ 0- 9 - 3 SVTC wvu 0 II 7 1-71 0 7 0 0-7 WVU -Thomas 5 pass from Luck (Sinclair kick) Syrc - Mandevllle 1 run (Anderson kick) Svrc - FG Anderson 35 Svrc - Moore 6 run (Anderson kick) Svrc - FG 26 First downs Rushes-yards Passing vards Return vards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penaltles-vards Iowa St. 8 51129 26 -5 5-8-0 9-42 6- 3 7- 51 Okla. SI 17 49104 165 19 11-294) 6-47 6-3 9-52 First downs Rushes-vards Passing vards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penaltles-vards Mich. 23 61 197 120 29 11-23-3 4-40 0-0 4-31 Ohio 14 32114 130 II 8-26-1 6-40 11 2-31 Ark SMU First downs 18 19 Rushes-vards 42-153 58-38S Passino vards 173 54 Return yards 62 23 Passes 13-36-0 4-7-0 Punts 6-46 5-45 Fumbles-lost 3-2 2-1 Penallies-yards 4-45 11-64 Texas 0 0 0 0-0 Baylor 0 7 0 9-16 BA-Gentry 64 run (Bledsoe kick) BA-Genlry 16 run IBIedsoe kick) BA - SatetyGoodsonsteopedoutotendzoni A -48.500 Cin - Green 19 pass from Barrett (Kar- ln kickl Mia - Treadwell lOOkickotf return (kick tailed) Cln-FGKarlls46 Cin-FGKarllsSO Mia -Treadwell 17 pass from Macke (Horneyklck) Cin-FGKarlls32 Cin-Harvin2! run (Karliskick) A -12,158 Plrst downs Rushes-yards Passlngvards Return yards 26 -4 Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penaltles-vards Arizona 25 54-308 149 OSU 14 39 99 174 10-23-0 17-25-0 7-39 9-41 1-1 6-2 7-97 2-21 First downs Rushes-vards Passing vards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penaltles-vards Miami UC 10 21 39-092 56-275 155 157 120 032 13-26-2 14-20-1 9 33 5-36 24 3-2 05-37 06-42 east INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Iowa State, Crulclleld 27-78, Ouinn 11-37. Oklahoma State, Smith 10-55, Taylor 9-31, Anderson 15-27 PASSING - Iowa State, Ouinn 5-8-0-26. Oklahoma Stale, Nutt 2-5-0-60, Doerner 3-I3-&24, Traber 6-11-0-81. RECEIVING - Iowa State, Lorenzen 2-25, Wade 1-5 Oklahoma State, Ingram 1-51. Campbell 4-39, Smith 3-40. ap-ny-1 1-22-80 I 804esl Colorado 0 7 0 7- 14 Kansas Slate 7 0 7 1- 17 KSU -1 Brown I run (Jackson kick) CU-Wlllett 3 pass from Kingdom (Field kick) KSU-L Brown 4 run (Jackson kick) CU-Beebe 36 pass from Kingdom Field kick) KSU - FG 17 Jackson A -17,510 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING- Michiqan, Wcollolk, 31-141, Ricks, 14-49, Edwards, 13-18. Ohio State, Spencer, 11-55, Murray, 14-38, Schllchter S"PASSING-Mlchlgan, Wangler 11-22-2, 120, Wolfolk 0-1-1, 0. Ohio State, Schllchter 8-26-1, 130 , , , ., RECEIVING -Michigan, Carter 4-47, Ounawav 2-26, Wooltofd 2-9. Ohio State, Williams 4-50, Murray 2-44, Donlev 2-34. Minnesota 7 ' Wisconsin t 6 11 M, ' Wls-Cole I run (kick failed) Minn-Salem I run (Gallery kick) Wis-Cole 52 run (run tailed) Wls-Cole I run (pass tailed) Wis-Cole 1 run IDoran kick) A -54,229 First downs Rushes-vards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-vards Minn Wis 16 17 46-111 52 242 116 57 0 52 9-21-1 5-8-1 4-30 1-33 3-1 1-0 6-52 8-47 First downs Rushes-vards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards cu 15 41-158 116 16 7-16-2 S-M 04 4-67 KSU 19 61265 115 40 7-15-1 339 0-0 476 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - Colorado. Olander 19-113, Beebe 5-25. Kansas State, L. Brown 36-148. Black 1-45. PASSING - Colorado, Klnodom M6-2-116. Kansas State, Oickev 715-1115 RECEIVING - Colorado, Beebe 2-45, Olander 2 40. Kansas State, Llebe 3-57, L. Brown 2-25. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - Minnesota, Artis, 21-47, White, 11-31, Gregory, 4-24. Wisconsin, Cole, 15-92, King, 12 87, Mohapp, 9-25. PASSING - Minnesota, Salem, 5-5-70-0, G Olson, 4-14 44-1, Swats, 0-2-0-0 Wisconsin, Cole, 5-7-57-1, Hyphes, 0-1-M RECEIVING - Minnesota, White 3-40, Curtis, 2 30, Jenkins 2-26 Wisconsin, Mo-haoo, 2-28, McFadden 2-22, Strecka, 1-7. south Ken tuck v Tennessee 7 7 0 0- 14 7 H 10 14-45 big ten Indiana 1 7 0 11-21 Purdue 0 1 14 7-24 ind - FG Kellogg 20 Ind Johnson 5 run (Kellogg kick) Pur - FG Anderson 19 Pur-McCall Irun(Andersonkick) Pur - Burrell 20 pass trom Herrmann (Anderson kick) Ind-Johnson I run (Kellogg kick) Pur - McCall4run lAndersonkick) ind - Corso 10 pass from Clifford (pass railed I A -71,629 Ind Pur Firstdowns 19 22 Rushesvards 56-279 39-148 Passingvards 77 323 Return vards 0 1 Passes 11170 19 230 Punts 3-38 0-00 Fumbles-lost (Ml 4-2 Penalties-vards 5-51 4-51 Tenn - Gault2kickotlreturn(Duncanklcl Ky-McCrimmon I run (Griggs kick) Tenn - Phillips I run (Duncan kick) Ky-Henry 18 run (Griggs kick) Tenn -Daniels 2 run (Duncan kick) Tenn - Alatorre 6 run (Duncan kick) Tenn - FG Duncan 37 Tenn-Morris 4 run IDuncan kick) Tenn - Gaull48passtromOlszewsk!( Dune A - 90.244 Duke 00 07 014 00 - 21 N. Carolina 14 07 07 14 - 44 NC - Lawrence 56 run (Hayes kick) NC - Bryant9run (Hayes kick) NC - safety Grayson tackled in en-dzone NC - Brvant2run(Haveskick) Du - Jones 4 pass trom Bennett (McKinnevkickl Du - Jones 8 pass from Bennett. (McKinnevkickl Du - Bennett I run (McKinnevkickl NC - Elkins4 run (Hayes kick) NC - Johnson 2 run (Hayes kick) NC - Lawrence2run lHavskickl A -51,389 Yale 7 0 7 0-14 Harvard 0 0 0 0-00 YAL - Grieve25passlromRogan( Joneskli VAL-Nitti 1 run (Jones kick) A -41,000 1 Temple 0 0 0 7-7 Villaiwva 17 3 0 1-21 VII - FG Bushbeck 44 Vil-Sydnor fumble recovery in end zone (Bushbeck kick) Vil - Ziesel 56 run (Bushbeck kick) VII - FG Bushbeck 34 Tern - Myers 2 run (Clauser kick) VII -FG Bushbeck 37 A -10,800 Brown 0 17 0 14-11 Columbia 7 0 4-11 Bro-Curtin6run (Brookskick) Col -Wallace )7 pass from Rappa (Cabrera kick) Bro-FG Brooks 31 Bro- Campbell 20 pass from Cerbone (Brookskick) Bro-Curtin 1 run (Brookskick) Cot -Wallace 85 klckoft return (pass failed) Bro - Landers 2 run (Brookskick) A -5,125 Pent! 110 6-9 Cornell 7 17 7 0-11 Cor - Weidenkopf 14 run (Reida kick) Pen - FG Dwver 28 Cor - Bullis 15 pass trom Ryan (Reida kick) Cor-FG Reida 41 Cor-Clasbv- 7run (Reidaklck) Cor - Ryan 8 run (Reida kick) Pen - Gray I run (kick failed) A -4,000 Colgate ' 0 7 0 6- 11 Rutgers 1 0 14-35 Rut - Odell fumble recovery in end zone (Falcinelli kick) Rut - Blackwell 7 run (kick failed) Cot-Erenberg 8 pass from Schuchts (Byrne kick) Rut -Odell 60 pass from McMlchael (Blackwell pass trom McMlchael I Rut - McMichael 26passfrom Blackwell (Falcinelli kick) Col - McChesnev I run (pass failed) Ruf - Cherrv 6 interception return ( Falcinelli kick) A -15,400 Dartmouth 0 10 7 7-24 Princeton 7 6 7 7-27 Prin - Lockenmever I run (Wise kick) Dart - Geibel 30 field qoal Prin - Oostdvk 29 pass trom Lockenmever (kick failed) Dart - Dutresne 20 run (Geibel kick) Prin -Oostdvk 2 pass from Lockenmever (Wise kick) Oart-Teevens 15 pass from Stafford (Geibel kick) Dart - Duf resne 1 run (Geibel kick) Prin - Leone 54 pass trom Lockenmever (Wise kickl A -15,500 First downs Rushes-vards Passing yards Return vards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Ten Bay 9 20 40-35 71-302 103 70 44 42 10 21-4 4-14-0 10 34 8-40 1-0 2-2 5-54 3-25 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - Texas,Llttlel3-34, Walker 17-22-130, Abercrombie 30-109. PASSING -Texas,Liflle4-l2-2-7,Mclvor4 4-13-0 70, Mangrum O-l-O-O. RECEIVING -Texas,Konning,3-52,Clarl Holt 3 44, Fisher 1-26. Houston 17 7 10 0-M Texas Tech 0 7 0 0-7 HOU - FordSpassfromElston(Humphre HOU-Clark2passfromElston(Humphre HOU-F& Humphreys 48 TECH-Hightower 1 run (Grave kick) HOU - Elston 2 run (Humphreys kick) HOU - Elston 20 run (Humphreys kick) far west Stanford !,!!'$ '2 California 7 14 0 7-28 Cal-Tuogle 15 run ILuckhurst kick) Stan-wWte 1 run (Naber kick) Cal - Portee24passtromTorchio(Luckhui Cal-Tuggle 2 run (Luckhurst kick Stan - White32passfromElwav(Naberki Stan-White 4 run (Naber kick Cal-Torchlo 3 run (Luckhurst kick) Stan - Satelvballsnappedoutofendzone a - ra,z INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - Arizona, Oliver 19117, Holland 15 107, Barnett 9-53. OSU, Robinson 9-44. Holmes 13 27. PASSING - Arizona, Tunnlcllfte 10-23-149-0 OSU, Singler 15-21-149-0, S. Smith 2-4-25-0 RECEIVING - Arizona, Holmes 5-91, Nettling 3-41 OSU, Simmons 5-73, Robinson 525. Vogel 3-50. Brigham Voting 7 14 21 14-54 Utah 0 0 0 4-4 BYU - Lane I run (Gunther kick) BVU -McMahon 7run (Gunther kick) BYU - Brown 5 pass from McMahon (Gunther kickl BYU -Lane II pass from McMahon (Gunther kickl BYU - Lane I run I Gunther kick) BYU - Brown 74 pass from McMahon (Gunther kickl UTAH - Johnson 1 run (pass failed) BYU - Carleson I run (Gunther kick) BYU - Pettis 5 run (Gunther kick) A - 30,520 BYU Utah 27 23 32-212 43-125 418 258 48 133 22-34-1 19-31-2 2-23 4-38 1-1 1-1 10-94 (M20 First downs Rushes-vards Passino vards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-vards Stan 28 48 IBS 257 26 28-45-0 4-39 43 6-69 Cal 13 41-90 186 9 11-22-0 8-38 2-0 8-85 HOU - FG A - 36,386 First downs Rushes-vards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Humphreys Hou 16 53-214 B7 75 18 8 I 5-26 2 1 2-20 27 Tech 10 41-45 85 2 25-8-1 1040 1-0 8-90 Southern Cal 3 0 7 7-17 UCLA 0 7 7 4-20 USC -FG Hipp 32 UCLA - McNeil 6run (Johnsonkickl USC -Simmons 12 pass from Tinslev IHipp kick) UCLA - Brant 25 pass trom Schroeder (Johnson kick USC -Allen 1 run (Hipp kick UCLA - McNeii 58 pass trom Schroeder (kick failed) A -83,491 midwest Firstdowns Rushes-yards Passingvards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards USC UCLA 18 18 47109 40-164 146 41 15-271 5-41 0-0 4-36 165 8 9-14-2 3 40 22 6-90 Air Force J 0 0 7-10 Noire Dame 0 1 14 7-24 AF-FG Pavlich 35 NO - FG Oliver 31 NO - Carter 2 run (Oliver kick) ND - Stone 7 run (Oliver kick) AF - Healh 1 run (Pavlich kick) ND-Stone2run (Oliver kick) A - 59,075 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-Southern Cal, Allen 37-72, K Williams 1-17, DiLulo 4-12 UCLA, McNeil 24-111, Penaranda 8-46, Bruno 3-7, Nelson l-l PASSING - SouthernCal,Tinslevi5-27-l-146 UCLA, Ramsey O3-I-0, Schroeder 9-II 1145 RECEIVING - SouthernCal.SlmmonsS-53. Allen 415, Brenner, 3 29 UCLA, Wrlghtman 3 29, McNeil 2-74, Brant 2 40, rownseii i n First downs Rushes-vards Passing vards Return vards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-vards INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - Brlgham Young, Pettis 4-81. Lane 15-77, McMahon 8-27. Utah, Lindsay 22-93, Baldwin 4-35. PASSING - Brlgham Young, McMahon, 21 34 1-399, Bybee 1-20-19 Utah, Hardin 19-31-2-258 RECEIVING - Brigham Young, Brown Washington 0 14 7 9 - JO Washington State 14 0 1 4-21 WSU - Samoa 33 run IDeSanto kick ) WSU - Samoa 5 run (DeSanto kick) Wash - Rosborough 3 run I Nelson kick) Wash - Skansi 22 pass from Flick (Nelson kick) Wash - Williams 41 pass trom Flick (Nelson kick) WSU-FG DeSanto 24 Wash -Allen 47 pass from Flick (kick tailed) WSU - Beech 33 pass Irom Samoa (kick failed) Wash -FG Nelson 29 A -34,557 Firstdowns Rushes-vards Passingvards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penaltles-vards INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - Washington, Rosborough 15-452, Stevens 18-52, Tyler 6-40, Washington State, Harris 2OI04, Washington 9 52, PASSING - Washington, Flick 20 J2 2-311: Washington Stale, Samoa 7-14-1-93, Oavev 1-1-0-54 t RECEIVING - Washington, Skansi 6-88, Bavle 7-82, Williams 4-70; Washington State, Beach 3-56. Wash WSU 27 16 50-135 45-213 311 129 33 14 20-32 2 8-17 1 3-41 744 2 2 42 3-32 6-80 QUE OF THE HFC'S TRADITIONAL RIUALRIES! iiTmn7nin MSiU JbvJd) OcHa fn" it! w $ 2:30PM THE NFL TODAY KICK OFF THE DAY WITH THE PRE-GAME SHOW! JOIN BRENT MUSBURGER, PHYLLIS GEORGE, IRV CROSS AND JIMMY THE GHttK ting FOR AN AFTERNOON OF NFL 1 J 1 atiami ni i ic i ic rifcVr mwiuiv: tluo Live UPDATES OF THE DAY'S GAMES. SHOTS 43- First downs Rushes-vards Passing vards Return vards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-vards AF. ND 4 23 33- 60 71 310 43 67 3-16-0 4-23-1 10-33 8-36 2- 21 2-13 8-97 southwest 101 0 0 7 0 7 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing - Indiana, Johnson 34-220. Min-eo 15-78 Purdue, McCall 14-77, Macon 9-43, Smith 12 39 Passing - Indiana, Clifford 11-16-0 77 . Purdue, Herrmann 19-23-0 323. Receiving-Indiana, Lundv 3-24, Johnson 3-9, Stephenson 2-18, Harangodv 1-26, Corso 1 10 Purdue, Young 8-148, Burrell 4-71, McCall 3-23, Bryant 2-72, Smith 2-9. Big Ten Mississippi St. Mississigpi MSSI - t-Cr MOOre Z4 MsSt - Bond 57 run (Morgan kick) Miss - Hooper I run (Gatiin kick) MsSt - FG Moore 32 Miss - English 7 pass from Fourcade IGatlinklck) MsSt - Haddix 10 run (pass failed) A -42,520 Maryland TCU A&M TCU-FG A&M-FG 0 3 0 0 3 0 Porter Hardy 7-10 10-11 34 28 1 0 7 21-11 0 0 0 0-0 A&M - Hector 32 run (Hardy kick) A&M-FG Hardy 21 TCU - Epps34passlromStamp(Porterklc A-4B.432 TCU A&M First downs 13 19 Rushes-yards 31- 94 48-274 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING - AF Sundays' 10-41, Heath 6-14, Rouse 3-4. NO Carter 29181, Stone 18 71, Sweeney 7-35, Barber 3-19, Courev 1-27 PASSING - AF Schaeter 3-1543 ND Kiel 620-1-6. courev u-J-u-u RECEIVING - AF Heath 2-19, D Smith 124 ND Holohan 2-1 7, Hunter 1-25, Masztak I IS, M Boushka 1-14. NORTHEAST MO. 7t 10-17 PITTSBURG STATE 700 7-M PS Overlon 1 run ( Dal loo k ick ) NE Himmelman 2 pass from Zumbohlen (Calvert kick) PS Overton7run (Dolloukick) NE Heolv 11 run (Colverl kick) NE-FG Calvert 20 Indiana Stale 0 7 0 14-21 Ball Slate 0 0 14 14-28 ISU - Robinson 2run (Stellernkick) BSU - Petty 7pass from O'Connell (Fel-Imefh kick) BSU -O'Connell recovered fumble In end zone (Fellmeth kick) BSU -Clary 33 pass from O'Connell O FROM PAGE ONE bowl. This one was for them. We intended to go into their stadium and dominate them like it was our stadium. Up front we were just outquicking them." Said Bruce, whose team will play Penn State in the Fiesta Bowl: "I think everybody out there (the 87,827 in Ohio Stadium) thought the coach lost the game." There were several factors in the loss, but the main one seemed to be the inability of the Ohio State offense to function as it has most of the season. "Our offense was sputtering. Our defense had to do a great job of containing them like they did," Bruce said. Ohio State quarterback Art Schlichter completed only 8-of-26 passes for 130 yards and admitted he was frustrated. "We just could not execute the way we should," Schlichter said. Michigan survived a final-minute Ohio State drive that took the ball to the Wolverine 32. The Buckeyes had begun their last-ditch effort with 1:08 from their own 32. A 36-yard pass to Doug Donley from Schlichter gave the Buckeyes the ball deep in Michigan territory. However, the Wolverines flushed Schlichter out of the pocket on the next down and threw him for a 1-yard loss. Schlichter then threw two incompletions and was sacked on fourth down by linebacker Bob Thompson. Purdue 24, Indiana 23 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. Purdue's victory over archrival Indiana, saved when linebacker Mike Marks battered down a Hoosier conversion pass attempt with 17 seconds to play, was a fitting end to the four-year era of quarterback Mark Herrmann and his senior teammates, Coach Jim Young said. "In many respects, this game typlified the way we have been for four years, always fighting," Young said. "We made some mistakes, but in the end we won, and that's what counted." The victory was the third straight for Purdue in the annual season-ending Old Oaken Bucket battle with the Hoosiers. The Boilermakers hold a 38-15-3 advantage in the Bucket series and a 52-25-6 lead in long rivalry. The Hoosiers trailed 24-17 but pulled within one point on a 10-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Tim Clifford to Steve Corso, the son of Indiana Coach Lee Corso. The score capped a 65-yard drive in the closing minutes. Coach Corso said he had no hesitation about going for two points and a possible victory. "We went for the win because that's the way we play the game. The kids never would have forgiven me if I had gone for the tie," Corso said. "The ball was right there, but they made a great play on the two-point conversion." Corso said the touchdown reception by his son, a leaping grab into the end zone, was "a heck of an effort, a hell of a catch." "I don't think in my 20 years of coaching, that I've ever had a team play like that. That's as good as we can play," Corso said of the Hoosiers, who were being considered for an appearance in the Peach Bowl. Iowa 41, Michigan State 0 EAST LANSING, Mich. Iowa Coach Hayden Fry has some pleasant memories to carry him through the off-season in the wake of the Hawkeyes' shockingly easy rout of Michigan State. "It was a real fine victory," Fry said. "The winter's going to be warmer because of it. "It you can win so impressively, it's got to be a great confidence-builder. It's been a season of injuries and mistakes, so today it was really gratifying to see the defense put together a shutout." Wisconsin 25, Minnesota 7 MADISON, Wis. Freshman quarterback Jess Cole, making only his second start of the season, scored four touchdowns, including one on a 52-yard run, to spark Wisconsin past Minnesota. Man...l really dig snow Make IVaclcs rire$toneSnOUJ BITEil RETREADS $ A78-13 Blarkvall Plua 3(sr Fed. Tu Exp. NO TRADl..l NEEDKD Sizr Blarkall Fnl. tax pxj). Vnl-1'." " I'MMI I I'. b'(.VI4 l'UH) $45 E78-I4 2h.(KI I4K (,70-15 MIX) 1.5.1 1.78-15 :H.IK) 162 4,1 i n. t nlu- UK MTR:li. EFU.D. fires tone ALL SEASON STEEL-BELTED RADIAL m WSffl&Ma UJUE3 ..mti INHtMffl IHITEWALLS Site AUfit hiie FE.T. iM(.:miKii iniK-n $47.w liw ll57r,Rll FH7K-1 4 l.:l'W 248 P2I5 75KII (.R7H.I5 M.W 2.75 P225 75Hr HH7H-I.I WH 2 "1 A LOW A H.i. il 'II 111 S, Km, mm I". All (iriif.s plus F.K.T. & ol.l tir.-. Big Eight FROM PA(.h ONI to the Orange Bowl. The Sooners will head into that game with records of 8-2 overall and 6-0 in the Big Eight Conference. Nebraska, its hopes for a second national championship now doused, appears Sun Bowl-bound with final 9-2 overall and 6-2 conference marks. "You don't have jinxes in sports contests," said Nebraska quarterback Jeff Quinn. "It's just two teams. If you're superstitious, you might believe it. But I don't believe in jinxes. Osborne is 1-9 lifetime against Oklahoma but 73-11-2 against everyone else the Cornhuskers have played during his eight years as coach. Saturday, Osborne sensed what was coming. "When we went ahead, 17-14, 1 took our offense aside and told them to get ready to score again. Oklahoma has the potential to score quickly," he said. Yes, sir. The Nebraska kickoff went into the end zone following its touchdown and the Sooners, behind, 17-14, were 80 yards away with a stiff breeze in their faces. All they did was storm the length of the field to score. The TD was set up by a 43-yard gallop by the fleet Rhymes to the Husker 14. Th drive used up 2 minutes 20 seconds. After Rhymes got to the 14, Sooner quarterback J.C. Watts completed only his second pass of the game, a 13-yarder to Bobby Grayson to the Nebraska 1. Two plays later, Rhymes scored. Nebraska trailed 14-10 at halftime, but spent the entire second half at the Oklahoma doorstep. The Huskers drove to the Oklahoma 35 in the third quarter but Redwine was thrown for a loss on fourth-and-three. Nebraska got to the OU seven at the start y the fourth quartei, but Redwine was stopped for O gain on fourth-arfa-two. The Huskers then drov? to the OU 13 on their next possession, only to have Andra Franklin fumble the ball away at the OU 1. Nebraska appeared ready to rout OU by scoring on its first two possessions, an 89-yard run by Redwine and a 47-yard field goal by Kevin Seibel. Redwine gained 152 yards in the game, but only 26 over the final three quarters. 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