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SUNDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1996 COLLEGE FOOTBALL FORT HAYS STATE tHE SALINA JOURNAL Tigers Browning's last-second field goal gives FHS 26-23 RMAC triumph By The Journal Staff GUNNISON, Colo. — Jason Browning kicked a 43-yard field goal with one second left Saturday afternoon, lifting Fort Hays State to a 26-23 victory over Western State in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game. Western State had tied the game 23-23 on Jason Davis' 10-yard touchdown pass to Joe Woebben with 29 seconds left. But the Mountaineers' opted for a short kick on the kickoff that was fielded by the Port Hays' Travis Jenkins at the Tigers' 48- yard line. Quarterback Joel McReynolds hit split end Xavier Brown with a. 12-yard pass. After an incomplete ftAltCOllff pass ' tailback SWtOTlJH Emmett Pride Fort Hays St. 26^ went 13 yards on- Western St. 23 a draw play to the 27-yard line, setting up Browning's game-winning field goal, his second of the' game. The victory raises the Tigers' record to 4-2 overall, 2-2 in the RMAC. Western State falls to 2-5 overall, 2-2 in the conference. Fort Hays led 17-13 at halftime : and 23-16 after three quarters. McReynolds, a junior from Stockton, had a big day for Fort Hays State. He gained 101 yards rushing on 20 carries and was 16-of-27 passing for 191 yards and one touchdown — a 14-yard strike to Brown for the game's first touchdown in the first quarter. McReynolds scored the Tigers' second touchdown on an eight- yard run in the second quarter. Tight end Mike McGavran had five catches for 80 yards and Brown five for 59 yards for Fort Hays. Pride, the RMAC's leading rusher, finished with 71 yards on 22 Carries. He scored the Tigers' third touchdown on a 2-yard run in the third quarter, giving Fort Hays a 23-13 lead with 10:22 left in the third period. Ryan Hicks' third field goal, a 27-yarder with 6:44 left in the third quarter, made it 23-16. Davis was 26-of-41 passing for 300 yards and two touchdowns. Woebben caught nine passes for 120 yards. Running back Andre Freeman had 92 yards rushing on 11 carries. The two teams battled to a 27-27 tie in last year's regular-season finale at Gunnison, forcing them to share the conference title. The Tigers return home Saturday for a conference game against New Mexico Highlands. Kickoff is 1 p.m. at Lewis Field Stadium. Notes from Saturday's Colorado- Kansas football game: • HENLEY WATCH — Kansas running back June Henley continues to creep closer to the school career rushing record. The senior from Columbus, Ohio, had 80 yards against Colorado to give him 3,282 for his career. He trails only Tony Sands' 3,788 yards (1978-81) on the all-time Jayhawk list. Henley's third-quarter touchdown against the Buffs was his 13th this year and puts him one short of the school single-season record. The TD also was the 38th of his career — already a school record. • DOUBLE DUTY — Chris Nae- oli, Colorado's starting offensive right guard and an Outland and Lombardi candidate, came up with the game's biggest defensive play against Kansas. The 6-foot-4, 310-pound senior, who plays defense in short yardage and goal-line situations, recovered Henley's fumble at the Buffalo 1 -yard line in the second quarter, preserving what was a 7-0 CU lead at the time. "I got double-teamed and I jumped on it," Naeoli said of the play. "We were fighting for it and I came up with it. Coach has a lot of confidence to be putting me in." • NO PLACE LIKE THE ROAD — Colorado's victory was its ninth straight on the road, dating back to the last game of 1994. The victory also broke Kansas' streak of five straight Homecoming victories. • BUFF BULLIES — Colorado has taken care of business against unranked opponents. The victory over Kansas ran the Buffaloes' record to 31-0-2 in their last 33 games against unranked teams. The last loss to and unranked team was against Stanford in 1991. - Arne Green KU7 Buffs start both halves with TD drives FROM PAGE D1 Detmer completions on the game's opening drive as they moved 76 yards in 14 plays. The touchdown came on Detmer's 3- yard pass to tight end Desmond pennis. Jason Lesley's 20-yard field goal with one second left in the half put the Buffs up 10-0 at intermission. They then drove 80 yards in seven plays to start the second half with Detmer hitting wideout Rae Carruth on a 21-yard touchdown pass. "The wind played a factor in Qur throwing game," Colorado coach Rick Neuheisel said. "We made enough defensive plays to eke out a win. ' "Kansas is a very good football team. We were expected to roll over this team but this is a good team. These teams are too good these days to blow them out." Colorado got most of its early yardage through the air, but Detmer completed just 17 of 35 passes for 242 yards in the game with three interceptions. Tony Blevins had two of the interceptions and Ronnie Ward the other. Carruth caught six passes for 106 yards. ' The Buffs turned to the running attack late in the game and finished with 169 yards on the ground. Tailback Herchell Troutman had 79 yards on 21 carries. . For KU, the fumble at the 1-yard line was devastating, Isaac Byrd had returned a Colorado punt 57 yards to the Buff 20- yard line as time ran out in the first quarter. A pass interference call gave the Jayhawks first-and-goal at the 6, and Henley carried for 2 and 3 yards to the 1. On third down, Henley was hit immediately and fumbled. Chris Naeole, an offensive guard brought in for the goal-line stand, fell on the ball for Colorado. . "I don't know. When I went to get the ball, they had a blitz on or something," Henley said of the _ . .. The-Associated Press Texas A&M's Donte Hawkins (37) is upended by Kansas State's Joe Gordon after catching a pass in the the second quarter in Saturday's Big 12 game in College Station, Texas. Kansas State 23 Texas A&M 20 A&M The Associated Press' Colorado wide receiver Chris Anderson (18) tries to break away from Kansas defensive back Manolito Jones during the first half of Saturday's game. fumble. "I got hit simultaneously as I tried to take the handoff." "The goal-line stand was a huge' momentum swing," Neuheisel said. • ', KU did score with 5:01 left in the? third quarter after senior line-' : backer Ward's interception gave, the Jayhawks the ball at the Colorado 37-yard line. Henley dove over from a yard out to cap a seven-play drive. Colorado finished the scoring on Lesley's 32-yard field goal with 4:42 left. "It's frustrating," said Ward, who in addition to his interception led the Jayhawks with 16 tackles. "It's not only frustrating for the defense, it's frustrating for the whole team. "We're all encouraged (about the defense). We've got some momentum going on defense and we'll try to keep it going next week (at Nebraska)." The competition gets no easier next week for Kansas as the Jay- hawks travel to Lincoln, Neb., for a game with defending national champion Nebraska. KS First downs 15 Rushes-yards 39-39 44-135 Passing 147 151 Comp-Att-Int 18-29-0 11-28-2 Return Yards 30 45 Punts-Avg. 8-36.6 6-46.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 4-3 Penalties- Yards 8-63 11-76 Time of Possession 31 :40 28:20 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING— Kansas State, Lawrence 2861, Goolsby 1-6, Beasley 1-0, Kananagh 9(-28). Texas A&M, Parker 21-78, Hall 6-19 Bernard 6-17, Stewart 7-13, Hardeman 3-5, Connell 1-3. PASSING— Kansas State, Kavanagh 1829-0, 147. Texas A&M, Stewart 10-28-2 143, Parker 0-1-0. RECEIVING—Kansas State Lockett 8-92, Lawrence 4-8, Anderson 3-26, Grosdldler 2-13, Swift 1-9. Texas A&M Connell 8-127, Hawkins 3-24. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State 13 73 0—23 Texas A&M 307 10—20 First Quarter A&M—FB Bryant 27, 4:43 KS—Lawrence 4 run (kick failed), 11:27 KS—Kavanagh 1 run (Rheem kick), 14:58 Second Quarter KS—Anderson 10 pass from Kavanagh (Rheem kick), 2:16. Third Quarter A&M—Hardeman 1 run (Bryant kick), 4:01 KS—FG Rheem 33, 9:28 Fourth Quarter A&M—FB Bryant 30, 4:09 A&M—Connell 15 pass from Stewart (Bryant kick), 11:53 A—64,155. V KANSAS WESLEYAN Colorado College downs Weslevan Six turnovers doom KW in nonconference loss on the road By The Journal Staff COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Quarterback Michael Johnson threw for 271 yards and two touchdowns and Colorado College took advantage of six Kansas Wesleyan turnovers Saturday en route to a 36-22 nonconference victory. The loss drops Kansas Wesleyan to 2-4 on the season. Colorado tWHWUKI College is 3-4. Wesleyan 22 No. 9 Colorado 20, Kansas 7 GAME IN STATS C K First downs 20 13 Rushes-yards 43-169 41-75 Passing yards 242 115 Comp-att-int 17-35-3 10-18-1 Total offense 78-411 59-190 Fumbles-lost o-O 3-1 Penalties-yards 8-50 5-35 Punts-avg. 5-39.8 5-37 6 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: C: Henry 13-41, Troutman 21-79 Carruth 1-29, Detmer 4-0, Miller 3-11, Rosga 19. K: Henley 26-80, Sanders 5-13, Johner 8-(15), Galbreath 1-2, Rutz 1-(-5). PASSING: C: Detmer 17-35-3, 242 yards. K: Johner 9-16-1, 110 yards; Rutz 1-2-0, 5 yards RECEIVING: C: Carruth 6-106, Anderson 444, Troutman 3-26, Savoy 1-22, Heffner 1-23, Kldd 1-8, Dennis 1-3. K: Vann 3-40, Byrd 3-31 Gordon 2-25, Henley 2-19. .PUNTING: C: Pietsch 5-39.8. K: Royal5-37.6 FIELD GOALS: C: Lesley 2-2 (20, 32). K: Mc- CordO-1. LEADING TACKLERS: C: Russell 12, Chi- averinl 11, Rosga 11, G. Jones 5, Simmons 5, Maumau 5. K: Ward 16, McGraw 11, Bratten 9 Kopp 6, Blevins 6. TACKLES FOR LOSS: C: Russell 2-3, Chiaverini 2-10, G. Jones 2-16, Maumau 1-4, Sutler 1-3, Olson 2-8, Navies 1-2, Marshall 1-8 Cade 1-3. K: McGraw 1-3, Warner 1-6, C. Jones 1-2, Houston 1-3, Brown 1-3. QUARTERBACK SACKS: C: G. Jones 1-8 Olson 1-7, Marshall 1-8. K: Warner 1-6. FUMBLES RECOVERED: C: Naeole. K- None. INTERCEPTIONS: C: Simmons. K- Ward Blevins 2. SCORING SUMMARY Colorado 7 3 7 3-20 Kansas o 0 7 0-7 First Quarter C-Dennis 3 pass from Detmer (Lesley kick), 9:44. Second Quarter C-Lesley 20 field goal, 0:01. Third Quarter C-Carruth 21 pass from Detmer (Lesley kick), K-Henley 1 run (McCord kick), 5:01. Fourth Quarter C-Lesley 32 field goal, 4:42. rushed for 105 yards and a touchdown and wide receiver Paul O'Sullivan caught eight passes for 116 yards for Colorado College. Wesleyan fullback Byron Jones continued his productive season with 135 yards rushing and two touchdowns. But four fumbles and two interceptions stalled Wesleyan's attack. Ryan Haygood returned an interception 55 yards for a touchdown with l minute, 28 seconds left in the first half. Wesleyan was driving for a potential game-tying touchdown at the time, but Haygood stepped in front of a screen pass by Wesleyan quarterback Troy Lawson and went the distance. Colorado College, an NCAA Division III team, led 16-14 after one * Game statistics / Page D6 * State college statistics / Page D6 quarter and 29-14 at halftime. Lawson, a freshman, was seven of 15 passing for 56 yards. He rushed for 59 yards on 12 carries and one touchdown. Tailback Ricky Moss, filling in for injured starter Michael White, had 47 yards rushing on 11 carries. Johnson completed 19 of 34 passes. He hit Brian O'Sullivan with a 35-yard touchdown pass just 1:39 into the game. Jones scored on a 6-yard run less than two minutes later, giving Colorado College a 13-0 lead. Lawson scored on an 8-yard run with 7:19 left, making it 13-6, but Casey Frazier hit the first of his three field goals with 4:46 left in the quarter to make it 16-6. Jones' first touchdown, a 2-yard run, cut the deficit to 16-14 with 1:13 left in the period. Haygood's interception followed Frazier field goals of 23 and 37 yards. Jones 1-yard touchdown run with 11:05 left in the third quarter made it 29-22, but Colorado College answered on Frazier's 9-yard touchdown pass from Johnson with 21 seconds left in the quarter. Neither team scored in the final period. Wesleyan returns to Kansas Conference action Saturday when Ottawa comes to Salina for a 1:30 p.m. game. SCOREBOARD Top 25 NO. 1 FLORIDA 51 NO. 16 AUBURN 10 Auburn 730 0—10 Florida 7 14 16 14— 51 First Quarter F—Anthony 24 pass Irom Wusrffel (Edmlston kick), 4:00. A—Cooper 7 run (Holmes kick). 11:08. Second Quarter F—Wuerffel 1 run (Edmlston kick). :02. F—Jackson 1 run (Edmlston kick), 4:00. A—FQ Holmes 41,11:43. Third Quarter F—FO Edmlston 25,3:02. F—Anthony 8 pass from Wuerftel (kick (ailed), 10:42. F—Williams 14 run (Edmlston kick), 7:34. Fourth Quarter F—Hilllard 18 pass Irom Wuerftel (Edmlslon kick), 8:18 F—Jackson 10 yard (Edmlslon kick), 9:44. A-«5,697. NO. 2 OHIO STATE 42 PURDUE 14 Ohio State 7 7 14 14—42 Purdue 14 0 0 0—14 First Quarter P—Jonas 88 pass Irom Reeves (Amce kick), 4:05 P—Allord 55 pass tram Reeves (Amce kick), 5:22 OS—Stanley 11 pass Irom S.Jack- son (J.Jackson kick) 14:32 Second Quarter OS—Pearson 28 run (J.Jackson kick), 2:48. Third Quarter OS—SJackson 9 run (J.Jackson kick), 2:28 OS—Keller 63 pass from S.Jackson (J.Jackson kick), 11:57 Fourth Quarter OS—Pearson 64 run (J.Jackson kick), 2:16 OS—Kelly 79 tumble return (J.Jack- son kick), 12:31 A—60,172. NO. 4 ARIZONA STATE 48 USC 35 (ot) USC 14 0 0 14 7 0—35 Ariz. St. 0140147 13—48 Flrat Quarter SC—Allred 15 pass tram Otton (Abrams kick), 3:33 SC—Woods 13 run (Abrams kick), 4:37 Second Quarter AS—T. Battle 32 run (Nycz kick), 7:38 AS—T. Battle 18 run (Nycz kick), 12:18 Fourth Quarter SC—C. Miller 29 pass from Otton (Abrams kick), :54 AS—Bush 21 pass tram Plummer (Nycz kick), 7:49 SC—Soward 98 klckoll return (Abrams kick), 8:04 AS—T. Battle 7 run (Nycz kick), 13:30 Overtime SC—Sermons 10 pass Irom Otten (Abrams kick) AS—Poole 6 pass from Plummer (Nycz kick) AS—T. Battle 25 run (Nycz kick) AS—C. Jackson 85 tumble return A—74,947. (Garcia kick). 14:56. Second Quarter V—FQ Garcia 46, 2:13. V—Owen 8 pass from Sherman (Garcia kick), 4:30. V—T.Barbw 52 run (Garcia kick), 7:02. V—A.Harris 34 blocked punt return (Garcia kick), 13:09. Third Quarter V—FG Garcia 30, 4:53. V—Crowell 31 pass Irom Brooks (Magers kick), 7:06. NCS—Grissett 42 pass from Laureano (Primantl kick), 10:42. Fourth Quarter V—T.Jones 5 run (Magers kick), 4:46. NCS—Foushee 24 pass Irom Bar- netle (Primanti kick), 6:52. A-40,300. CLEMSON 28 NO, 22 GEORGIA TECH 25 Georgia Tech 7 3 15 0—25 Clemson 7 14 0 7—28 Flrat Quarter GT—Williams 1 run (Chambers kick), 8:(2 C—Prlester 5 run (Padgett kick), 12:03 Second Quarter GT—FG Chambers 42.2:41 C—Smith 1 run (Padgett kick), 5:34 C—Crooks 3 pass from Greene (Padgett kick), tO:39 Third Quarter QT—Sheridan 39 pass Irom Hamilton (Baynham pass from Hamilton), 3:30 GT—Hamilton 2 run (Chambers kick), 14:4! Fourth Quarter C—Greene 1 run (Padgett kick), 10:50 A—70,000. Big 12 OKLAHOMA STATE 28 IOWA STATE 27 IS OS 18 27 49-288 50-363 59 179 6-10-0 14-21-0 10 00 3-51.7 3-21.0 0-0 1-1 6-40 8-45 28:30 31:30 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession AIR FORCE 20 NO. 8 NOTRE DAME 17 (ot) Air Force 3707 3—20 Notre Dame 7307 0—17 First Quarter ND—Rossum 57 run (Sanson kick), 8:01 AF—FG Thompson 21,11:51 Second Quarter AF—Morgan 5 run (Thompson kfck), 6:37 ND—FG Sanson 27,11:25 Fourth Quarter ND—Edwards 1 run (Sanson kick), 2:51 AF—Ruft 19 rim (Thompson kick), 7:45 . Overtime AF—Thompson 27 FG A—59,075. IOWA 21 NO. 10 PENN STATE 20 Iowa 770 7—21 Penn State 10 10 0 0—20 First Quarter PS—Enls 12 pass from Richardson (Conway kick), 2:38. I—Dwlght 83 punt return (Bremen kick), 6:55. PS—FG Conway 37,12:46. Second Quarter I—Banks 5 run (Bromert kick), 5:25. PS—Harris 49 run (Conway kick), 10:08. PS—FG Comvay 24,13:05. Fourth Quarter I—Banks 8 run (Bromert kick), 2:11. A—96,230. NO. 13 MICHIGAN 27 INDIANA 20 Indiana 7 10 3 0—20 Michigan 7 3 14 3—27 Flrat Quarter M—Anes 1 run (Hamilton kick), 10:20 I—Allen 42 interception return (Manolopoulosklck), 14:01 Second Quarter I—Smith 3 run (Manolopoulos kick), 7:03 I—FG Manolopoulos 27,12:28 M—FG Hamilton 21,14:45 Third Quarter M—Woodson 48 run (Hamilton kick), 3:26 I—FG Manolopoulos 34,10:32 M—Tuman IB pass from Dreisbacn (Hamilton kick), 12:12 Fourth Quarter M—FG Hamilton 39,8:41 A—106,088. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-lowa SI, T. Davis 36238, D. Davis 7-41, Dowon 5-8, Par- mentler 1-1. Oklahoma St., A. Richardson 21-173, Thompson 19158, Jonas 6-21, Simmons 1-7, Brown 3-4. PASSING—Iowa St, Doxzon 6-100-59. Oklahoma St., Jones 14-21-0179 RECEIVING—Iowa St, Green 2-15, DIBiase 2-5, Parmentler 1-25, Walley 1-14. Oklahoma St., Mayes 3-87, Thompson 3-28, T. Richardson 4-27, Grlssom 2-21, A. Richardson 1-9, Alklns 1-7. SCORING SUMMARY Iowa State 10 7 7 3—27 Oklahoma State 0 7 14 7—28 Flrat Quarter IS —FG Kohl 26,3:46 IS — T. Davis 1 run (Kohl kick), 11:15 Second Quarter IS—T. Davis 6 run (Kohl kick), 9:02 OS — Thompson 1 run (Sydnes kick), 14:34 Third Quarter IS — DiBlase 1 pass Irom Doxzon (Kolh kick), 6:17 OS — A. Richardson 20 run (Sydnes kick), 9:05 OS — Jones 8 run (Sydnes kick), 13:26 Fourth Quarter IS —FG Kohl 33,2:08 OS — A. Richardson 21 run (Sydnes kick), 5:05 A-40,000. NO. S NEBRASKA 24 TEXAS TECH 10 N TT 24 10 49-183 46-102 55 112 4-12-1 11-30-0 109 34 5-48.0 7-4 11-99 8-31.0 5-3 4-33 NO. 14 NORTHWESTERN 34 WISCONSIN 30 Northwestern 776 14—34 Wisconsin 10 3 3 14—30 First Quarter W—Adamov recovered punt snap in end zone (Hall kick), 1:16. N—D.Aul/y 20 run (Gowlns kick), 5:52. W—FG Hall 50,11:07. Second Quarter W—FQ Hall 29,5:45. N—Bates 12 pass Irom Schnur (Gowins kick), 11:01. Third Quarter W—FG Hall 21,5:02. N—A.Aulry 14 run (run (ailed), 10:22. Fourth Quarter W—Dayne 7 run (Hall kick), ;03. W—Martin 2 ran (Hall kick), 1:29. N—A.Aulry 2 run (Gowins kick), 7:58. N—Bates 20 pass Irom Schnur (Gowins kick), 14:23. A-79,578. NO. 15 WEST VIRGINIA 30 TEMPLE 10 West Virginia 14 7 0 9—30 Temple 0 10 0 0—10 First Quarter WV—Vanterpool 24 pass trom Johnston (Taylor kick), 1:36. WV—Logan 61 punt return (Taylor kick), 9:08. Second Quarter T-FG MfchalskUO, 3:53. WV—Fisher 30 tumble recovery (Taylor kick), 7:35. T—Ue 4 run (Mlchalskl kick), 11:65. Fourth Quarter WV—Safety, 2:13. WV—Emanuel 17 fumble return (Taylor kick), 10:47. A-2,546. NO. 20 VIRGINIA 62 NORTH CAROLINA STATE 14 North Carolina St. 007 7—14 Virginia 21 24 (0 7—«2 Flrat Quarter V—T.Barber 74 punt return (Garcia kick), 3:43. V—T.Barber 2 run (Garcia kick), 11:08. V—Crowell 15 pass Irom Sherman First downs Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punt&Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession 26:28 33:32 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Nebraska, Green 1976, Banning 4-32, Evans 6-24, Frost 14-22, Schuster 4-17, Makovlcka 212. Texas Tech, Hanspard 31-107, Morris 2-0, Lelhridge 13-(-5). PASSING-Nebraska, Frost 4-12-155. Texas Tech, Lethrldge 11-30-0112. RECEIVING—Nebraska, Vedral 235, Green 1-19, Evans 1-1. Texas Tech, Hart 4-39, McKenzle 2-18, Morris 1-20, Allamon 1-15. SCORING SUMMARY Nebra»ka 737 7—24 Texas Tech 730 0—10 First Quarter N—Farley 21 fumble return (Brown kick), 0:07 TT—R. Johnson 9 Interception return (Greaser kick), 11:29 Second Quarter N—FG Brown 39,0:47 TT—FB Greaser 29,11:23 Third Quarter N—Frost 3 run (Brown kick), 5:31 Fourth Quarter N—Banning 3 ran (Brown kick), 6:44 A—51,344. OKLAHOMA 28, BAYLOR 24 0 B 217 19 48-192 41-140 184 174 15-28-1 0 First downs Rushes-yards 14-22-0 12 Comp-Att-Int Return Yards. Punts-Avg. 5-41.6 4-42.5 Fumbles-Los! 2-1 6-4 Penalties-Yards 10-84 8-67 Time of Possession 32:58 27'02 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Oklahoma, J. Allen 26153, Parker 14-42, Chandler 1-3, Fuente 7-(minus-6). Baylor, Douglas 20-135, Ford 10-24, Washington 2-14, Rubin 2-2, Burkins 1-(minus-1), Muhammad 1-(mlnus-1), Alfred 5-(ml- nus-33). PASSING—Oklahoma, Fuente 1528-1-184. Baylor, Alfred 14-22-0-174. RECEIVING-Oklanoma, S. Alexander 5-58, McDanlel 4-58, Parker 2-22, Jackson 1-20, J. Allen 1-11, Freeman 1-11, Williams 1-4. Baylor, Muhammad 4-40, Pegross 4-79 Washington 2-21, Anderson 2-20, Domel 1-7, Thompson 1-7. SCORING SUMMARY Oklahoma 777 7—28 Baylor 7 14 3 o—24 First Quarter 0—McDaniel 5 pass from Fuente (Alexander kick), 1:14 B—Muhammad 24 pass from Alfred (Attebeny kick), 8:00 Second Quarter B—Domel 7 pass trom Allred (Atle- berry kick), 7:17 B—Washington 5 pass Irom Allred (Attebeny kick), 1:19 O—Alexander 2 pass Irom Fuente (Alexander kick), :47 Third Quarter B—FG Alteberry 20,12:13 0—Fuenle 1 run (Alexander kick), 14:19 Fourth Quarter 0—Allen 11 pass Irom Fuente (Alexander kick), 13:15 A-35,712. College scores EAST Army 34, Tulane 10 Boston College 37, Rutgers 13 Boston U. 16, Hotel/a 9 Brown 27, Fordham 14 Bucknell 10, Princeton 6 Canlslus2l,FaMieldO Colgate 31, Cornell 21 Columbia 3, Lafayette 0 Connecticut 1, Rhode Island 0 Dartmouth 40, Yale 6 Delaware 24, Northeastern 14 Duquesne 15, Georgetown, D.C. 0 Harvard 28, Holy Cross 25 Iowa 21, Penn St. 20 Lehlgh 28, Penn 24 Maine 34, New Hampshire 20 Marisl 28. St. John's, NY 2<J Massachusetts 41, Buffalo 20 Mercyhurst 13, St. Francis, Pa. 6 Siena 14. lona 8 Towson SI. 15. Monmouth, N.J. 6 Wagner 41. SI. Peler's12 West Virginia 30, Temple 10 William & Mary 30, Wlanova 21 SOUTH Ala.-Blrmlngham 39, SW Louisiana 29 Alabama 37, Mississippi 0 Appalachian St. 35, Georgia Southern 28 Clemson 28, Georgia Tech 25 E. Kentucky 20, Middle Tenn. 13 East Carolina 31, Miami 6 Florida 51, Auburn 10 Florida ASM 47, Delaware St. 26 Furman 35, Ciladel 25 Georgia 13, Vanderbill 2 Grambling SI. 32, Ark.-Plne BluH 15 Howard U. 40, Morehouse 0 James Madison 31, Richmond 27 LSU 41, Kentucky 14 Liberty 23, W. Kentucky 14 Louisiana Tech 61, Toledo 20 Louisville 27, N. Illinois 3 Marshall 56, W. Carolina 21 Maryland 52, Wake Forest 0 Melhodist 42, Davidson 13 Miss. Valley St. 24, Lane 22 N. Carolina A&T 55, Morgan St. 7 • NE Louisiana 39, Cent. Florida 38 " NW Louisiana 38, Sam Houston SI. 21 .'.: S. Carolina St. 20, Bethune-Cookman 18 Samlord 27, Jacksonville St. 17 South Carolina 23, Arkansas 17 Southern Miss. 16, Memphis 0 Southern U. 27. Jackson St. 16 Stephen F.Austin 27, Nlcholls St. 11 Tennessee SI. 37. Tenn.-Martln 14; Tennessee Tech 23, Austin Peay 17 Texas Southern 28, Alcom St. 17 Troy St. 24, SW Texas SI. 13 VMI28, Tn.-Chatlanooga 14 Virginia 62, N.Carolina St. 14 , Woftord48, N.ewbem/13 MIDWEST Adrian 12, Olivet 9 Air Force 20, Notre Dame 17, OT Akron 10, Miami, Ohio? Albion 49, Hope 13 Allegheny 13, Wooster 3 Anderson 41, Franklin 28 Auguslana.lll. 52. North Park 0 • Aurora 28, Upper Iowa 10 Baker 66, Culver-Stockton 21 Baldwin-Wallace 41, Otterbein 0 Ball St. 16, Bowling Green 11 Bemld|ISI, 19, Minn.-Morrls 15 Benedictine,Kan. 33, Mld-Am Nazarene 20 Bethany, Kan. 66, Sterling 7 Bethel, Kan. 26, Friends 21 Bethel, Minn. 30, St. Olaf 6 Carnegie-Mellon 20, Washington, Mo. 13 Carroll, WIs. 49, Lake Forest 28 Carthage 42, Elmhurst 21 Cent. Michigan 41, E.Michigan 36 Chadron Si. 38, Peru St. 28 Chicago 21, Rochester 7 Cincinnati 31, Houston 20 Coe 53, Monmouth, III. 21 Colorado 20, Kansas 7 Cornell, Iowa 38, Grinnell 33 Dakota St. 21, Dakota Weslyn 20 Dana 13, Ooane 11 Dayton 30, Butler 10 DePauw41, Hanover 34 Denlson53, Oberlin21 Drake 27, Valparaiso 12 Emporia St. 42, SW Baptist 7 Evangel 33, Missouri Val. 0 Ferris St. 31, Michigan Tech 6 Findlay 41, St. Ambrose 31 Graceland 31, William Jewell 0 Greenville 19,, Concordla, III. 13 ' Grove City 21, Blutfton 13 Gustav Adolphus 30, Augsburg 15 Hamllne 20, Cartelon 14, OT Hastings 25, Nebraska Weslyn 7 Heidelberg 41, Capital 13 Hillsdala 14, Wayne, Mich. 0 Illinois Weslyn 60, North Central 0 Indiana St. 23, Illinois St. 7 Iowa Weslyn 26, St. Xavier 24 Jamestown 13, Mayville St. 10 Kalamazoo 49, Alma 44 Kenyon 14, Case Western 12 Knox 38, Illinois Col. 29 Lakeland 54, Mac Murray 0 Lawrence 28, Belolt 24 Llndenwood 17, Cent. Methodist 13 Loras 38, Luther 31 Malone12, Walsh 2 Marietta 37, Hiram Col. 3 McKendree 53, Blackburn 20 Michigan 27, Indiana 20 Michigan St. 27, Minnesota 9 Midland Lutheran 35, Concordia Neb. 0 Minn.-Crookston 14, Dickinson St. 7 Mlnn.-Duluth 55, W/nona St. 30 Mlnot St. 23, Mary 7 Mount Senarlo 22, Concordia, St P 12 Mount St. Joseph 41, Sue Bennett 22 Mount Union 27, John Carroll 9 Murray St. 35, E. Illinois 28 N. Dakota St. 31, S. Dakota St. 7 N. Iowa 38, SW Missouri St. 31 N. Michigan 14, Grand Valley St. 9 N.C. Central 24, Cent. St., Ohio 6 NW Missouri St. 31, Mo. Western 24 Nebraska-Kearney 43, Mesa, Colo 18 Nebraska-Omaha 15, N. Colorado 14 North Dakota 49, Mankato St. 10 Northern St.,S.D. 37, Wayne, Neb. 22 Northwd, Mich. 20, Indianapolis 10 Northwestern 34, Wisconsin 30 Northwestern, Minn. 35, Marantha Baptist 14 Ohio Northern 28, Musklngum 0 Ohio St. 42, Purdue 14 Ohio U, 24, Kenl 15 Ottawa, Kan. 25, Tabor 7 Pittsburg St. 21, Mo. Southern 7 Ripon31,St. Norbert28 Rose-Hulman 29, Manchester 28 Saglnaw Val. St. 24, St. Francis, III 12 ' • Simpson, Iowa 41, Cent. Iowa 37 Sioux Falls 52, Black Hills St. 7 South Dakota 33, AugustanaSD 28 Southwestern, Kan. 61, McPherson 13 St. Cloud St. 30, Momlngslde 7 .. St. John's, Minn. 39, Concordia, Moor. 34 St. Joseph's, Ind. 27, Union, Ky. 22 St. Thomas, Minn. 38, Macalester 12 Tiffin 56, Urbana 27 Tri-State 31, Olivet Nazarene 23 Truman St. 45, Cent. Missouri 10 Valley City St. 28, S.Dakota Tech 16 W.Illinois 26, S. Illinois 19 Wabash 37, Benedlclto.lll. 7 Wartburg2B, Buena Vista 13 Washbum 45, Missouri-Rolla 0 Weslmar44, Huron 28 Whealon, III. 41,MllliklnO William Penn 42, Dubuque 35,30T Wilmington, Ohio 24, Eariham 0 Wis.-Eau Claire 28, Wls.-Stout 24 '• Wis.-LaCrosse 29, Wls.-Stevens R. 10 Wls.-Oshkosh 27, Wls.-Platlevllle 21 Wls.-Riv. Falls 21, Wls.-Whllewaler 20 Wittenberg 35, Ohio Weslyn 12 Youngstown St. 38, Ashland 3 SOUTHWEST Alabama SI. 31, Prairie View 15 •" Arkansas St. 38, SE Missouri 9 Kansas SI. 23, Texas A&M 20 Nebraska 24, Texas Tech 10 • North Texas 13, New Mexico St. 0 Oklahoma 28, Baylor 24 Oklahoma St. 28, Iowa St. 27 Rice 35, Southern Melh. 17 FAR WEST Arizona St. 48, USC 35,20T Cal Poty-SLO 45, S. Utah 34 Colorado St. 36, San Jose SI. 13 Idaho 24, Nevada 15 Montana 34, E.Washington 30 N. Arizona 51, Sacramento SI. 32 Oregon St. 26, Stanford 12 San Diego St. 48, New Mexico 42 i Utah 21, Texas Christian 7 Utah St, 33, Boise St. 14 Washington 41, UCLA 21 » Wyoming 42, Fresno SI. 21 ' i

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