Arizona Daily Star from Tucson, Arizona on September 22, 1985 · Page 45
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Arizona Daily Star from Tucson, Arizona · Page 45

Tucson, Arizona
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Sunday, September 22, 1985
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BEST AVAILABLE COPY Tucson, Sunday, September 22, 1985 &J)f Arizona Builn Slui Section E Page Eleven SWC 5 field goals give Huskies 29-12 Victory The Associated Press HOUSTON Washington's Jeff Jaeger kicked a school-record five field goals and fullback Rick Fenney scored on a one-yard run last night as the Huskies ended a season-opening two-game losing streak with a K29-12 victory over Houston. Jaeger, Washington's leading scorer the past two seasons, kicked 38- and 19-yarders. Fenney, returning from an ankle injury, scored in ;the second quarter to give Washington a 13-10 halftime lead. J Jaeger kicked a 34-yard FG on the , first drive of the third quarter and kicked a 41-yard field goal later in the period after Bo Yates tipped a ..pitch by Houston quarterback Gerald Landry. David Rill recovered for UW. ' ; Houston, 0-2, staged a brief fourth-quarter rally when Cougar Larry wBall blocked a Washington punt out '"of the end zone. ' :Texas 21, Missouri 17 ; AUSTIN, Texas Bret Stafford, a surprise starter at quarterback for the Longhoms, scored on a weaving 36-yard run as Texas edged Missouri in an intersectional game. Texas was leading, 21-7, early in the third quarter when safety John Hagy fumbled a Missouri punt. Four plays after the fumble, which was recovered by Tony Facin-1 elli at the Texas 31, Missouri quar- terback Warren Seitz scrambled 16 yards up the middle for a touchdown. Missouri got a 53-yard field goal from Tom Whelihan with 5:19 left in the game. s - The Longhorns took the following kickoff and used up the rest of the time. rjexas Tech 28, North Texas State 7 LUBBOCK. Texas Freshman :. quarterback Travis Price rushed for ,, 85 yards, including a seven-yard u. touchdown run in the fourth period, to lead the Red Raiders to an non-r. conference victory over North Texas State. 'Texas A&M 31, NE Louisiana 17 ,r COLLEGE STATION, Texas Fullback Anthony Toney scored all three Texas A&M touchdowns as the Aggies beat Division I-AA Northeast Louisiana in a non-conference game. Arkansas 24, Tulsa 0 LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Sophomore quarterback Greg Thomas 1 threw the first touchdown of his col-lege career as 14th-ranked Arkansas r defeated Tulsa. Thomas, who completed three of 10 passes in his first start last week against Ole Miss, teamed with Don-( ,nie Centers on a 16-yard pass that a,put Arkansas on top, 7-0, less than .j six minutes into the game. B ig Sky Idaho tops NAU, 27-3 The Associated Press FLAGSTAFF Eric Yarber returned Northern Arizona University's first punt 65 yards for a touchdown last night to launch the University of Idaho to a 27-3 Big Sky Conference football victory. Brent Bengen ran 52 yards off a double-reverse, and quarterback . Scott Linehan ran two yards for Idaho's other touchdowns. Brian De- cicio kicked field goals of 42 and 43 yards for the Vandals. 1 ' Northern Arizona's only score was r a 49-yard field goal by Goran Ling-'merth. r Both schools are 2-1. Weber State 45, Portland State 24 OGDEN, Utah Willie McDonald ran for three touchdowns, and Dar- , ryl Pollard intercepted two fourth-quarter passes as Weber State beat Portland State in a non-conference r college football game. The Wildcats are 2-1. Portland State is 1-2. Nevada-Reno 37, Boise State 10 p RENO, Nev. Quarterback Eric Beavers hit 17 of 31 passes for 198 yards, scored a touchdown on a bootleg and threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to tight end Scott Threde yesterday, leading Nevada-Reno to a conference victory. Eastern Washington 28, Montana State 23 ; BOZEMAN, Mont. Eastern 'Washington quarterback Rick Wor-man threw four touchdown passes as the Eagles beat Montana State in a non-conference game. LJ Total Patrolaum. Inc GQOKMD ess wssm m m (a? (MKsrai mm mm o osm 0 iiclters Hili'ilMsinhiu'JaLW tifflMT UlMhMttuM Inc 3 of (B3(iRa fjjt VLAJU I I v y v XLJ vm IIS am PHI llw

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