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8C NewsSun-Sentinel. Sunday, October 4, 1987 COLLEGE FOOTBALL AP TOP 20 RESULTS Today's gam: T m (record) Opponent Naxt gam 1. Oklahoma (4-0) Beat Iowa State 58-3 at Texas, Sat. 2. Nebraska (4-0) Beat South Carolina 30-21 Kansas, Sat. , -3. Miami (3-0) Beat Florida State 26-25 Maryland, Sat. ', 4. Florida State (4-1) Lost to Miami 26-25 at S. Mississippi., Sat. - 5. Notre Dame (3-0) Idle at Pittsburgh, Sat. ' 6. Auburn (3-0-1) Beat N. Carolina 20-10 Vanderbilt, Sat. ;7. LSU (4-0-1) Beat Florida 13-10 at Georgia, Sat. 8. Clemson (4-0) Idle Virginia, Sat. 9. Ohio State (3-0-1) Beat Illinois 10-6 Indiana, Sat. iO. Tennessee (4-0-1) Beat California 38-12 at Alabama, Oct. 17 ;i 1. UCLA (4-1) Beat Stanford 49-0 Oregon, Oct. 17 r 12. Michigan (3-1) Beat Wisconsin 49-0 at Michigan State, Sat. ;13. Arizona State (2-1) UTEP. n at Washington. Sat. ;14. Penn State (4-1) Beat Temple 27-13 Rutgers, Sat. ;15. Texas A&M (2-2) Lost to Texas Tech 27-21 Houston, Sat. .16. Washington (3-2) Lost to Oregon 29-22 Arizona State, Sat. 17. Alabama (4-1) Beat SW Louisiana 38-10 at Memphis State, Sat. ;17. Iowa (3-2) Lost to Michigan State 19-14 at Wisconsin, Sat. 19. Florida (3-1) at LSU, n Fullerton State, Sat. 20. Georgia (4-1) Beat Mississippi 31-14 LSU, Sat. t I FLORIDA COLLEGES Saturday's game: Team, (record) Opponent Next game Bethune-Cookman (1-4) Lost to Delaware St. 45-0 Ga. Southern, Saturday Central Florida (2-2) Lost to G.Southern 34-32 Savannah St., Saturday Florida A&M (2-3) Lost to Alabama St. 14-12at Central St., Oct. 17 HEISMAN WATCH T Player Saturday Alt. Yd. Avg. TD Lorenzo White beat Iowa 39 166 4.2 1 Mich. State RB 19-14 Season 102 412 4.1 3 Player Saturday Rec. Yd. Avg. TD Tim Brown Did not play Notre Dame WR Season 9 172 19.1 2 NOTE: Has returned 14 punts for 213 yards and 2 TDs; has returned five kick-offs for 107 yards; has rushed 10 times for 13 yards. Player Saturday Att. Yd. Avg. TD Gaston Green beat Stanford 14 139 9.9 1 UCLA RB 49-0 Season 113 609 5.4 6 Player Saturday Rus Rec TD Int Tck Gordon Lockbaum beat Colgate 8-38 6-79 1 0 1 Holy Cross RB-DB 49-7 Season 32-16918-248 6 0 11 NOTE: He was involved in 82 plays, 66 offense, 10 defense end 6 special teams. He had 61 return yards and a 36-yard punt. He has 524 all-purpose yards. Player Saturday Att. Yds. Avg. TD Lars Tate Did not play Georgia RB injured Season 95 542 5.7 7 Player Saturday Att. Yds. Avg. TD Thurman Thomas Did not play Okla. State RB Season 96 590 6.0 6 Player Saturday Att. Yds. Avg. TD Emmitt Smith vs. LSU Florida RB night Season 74 522 7.0 7 EAST Allegheny 6, Wooster 3 American Intl. 45. S. Conn. 24 Blbrg 16, E. Stroudsburg 3 Bowdoin 29, Amherst 7 Brockport St. 28. Buffalo St. 6 Brown 13, Princeton 7 Clarion 31, Slippery Rock 25 Concord 27, W. Virginia Tech 7 Cortland St. 23, Stony Brook 0 Curry 41, Framingham St. 14 Dartmouth 38, Davidson 7 Fordham 34, St. John s, NY 23 Frnkln & Marshll 3, Gtown 3 Qettys. 30, Johns Hopkins 6 Hamilton 17, Williams 6 Harvard 33, Bucknell 14 Hofstra 35, Catholic U. 28 Holy Cross 49, Colgate 7 Ithaca 20. Alfred 17 JerseyC St. 51, Brooklyn Col. 6 Lowell 20, Brdgwater.Mass. 17 Lycoming 7, Lebanon Val. 6 Mansfield 35, Shippensburg 14 Mass. 42, Rhode Island 7 Mercyhurst 30, Frostburg St. 0 Middlebury 14, Wesleyan 7 Millersville 3, Cheyney 0 Montclair St. 65, Ramapo 0 Muhlenberg 27, W. Maryland 0 New Haven 7, Cent. Conn. 3 Norwich 38. Coast Guard 7 Penn 23, Columbia 0 Penn St. 27, Temple 13 Plymouth St. 44, Fitchbg St. 0 Rochester 19, Canisius 0 Salisbury St. 39, UDC 6 bt, Francis, Pa. 9, St. Peter's 0 St. Lawrence 10, Hobart 9 Susquehanna 28, Upsala 0 Towson St. 17, Maine 14 Trinity, Conn. 28, Bates 21 Tufts 19. Worcester Tech 16 Union, N Y. 36, Colby 7 Ursinus 3, Swarthmore 0 Villanova 14, Boston U. 7 W. Chester 30, Kutztown 13 W. Va. Weslyn 28. Wllm. 22 W. Virginia 49. E. Carolina 0 Wagner 20. Buffalo 0 Wake Forest 17, Army 13 Wldener 27, Juniata 16 Wilkes 7, Moravian 0 SOUTH Alabama 38, SW Louisiana 10 Alabama St. 14, FAMU 12 . SCORES Auburn 20, N. Carolina 10 Bowie St. 13, Guilford 12 Catawba 2, Carson-Newman 0 Centre 14, Sewanee 0 E. Kent. 20, W. Kentucky 10 Elon 42, Lenoir-Rhyne 21 Furman 42, Marshall 36 Gardner-Webb 33, Wlngate 3 Georgia 31, Mississippi 14 Ga. Southern 34, UCF 32 Hampton U. 32, Morehouse 8 Kentucky 28, Ohio U. 0 Miami 26, Florida St. 25 M.Tenn. 38, Austin Peay 16 Mississippi St. 9, Memphis St. 6 N. Carolina St. 17, Ga. Tech 0 NE Louisiana 33, NW La. 31 Norfolk St. 20, N.C. A&T 17 Presbyterian 38, Wofford 15 Rhodes 22, Millsaps 15 Samford 59, Tenn. Wesleyan 7 Tennessee 38, California 12 Valdosta St. 27, Jax St. 10 MIDWEST Ashland 20, Indianapolis 16 Black Hills St. 21, Huron 13 Butler 27, NE Missouri 22 Carleton 42, Macalester 34 Carnegie-Mellon 10, J.Carroll 7 Carroll, Wis. 34, Elmhurst 25 Cent. Iowa 21, Simpson 0 Cent. Missouri 41, SW Baptist 3 Concordia 56, Augsburg 3 Cornell. Iowa 34, L.Forest 14 Dakota Weslyn 49, Dakota St. 0 Dayton 42, Adrian 22 DePauw 3 1 , Kentucky Weslyn 0 Dubuque 34, Aurora 28 Emporia St. 21, Wayne, Neb. 12 Findlay 23, Hope 14 Franklin 56, Valparaiso 35 Friends 24, Ottawa, Kan. 14 Geneva 35, Tiffin 10 Georgetown, Ky. 37, Urbana 13 G.Adolphus21, St. Olaf 10 Hamllne 24, St. Thomas 7 Hiram Col. 22, Grove City 13 Indiana 35, Northwestern 18 Kansas 16, S. Illinois 15 Kent St. 24, Cent. Michigan 21 Lores 32, Upper Iowa 7 Manchester 15, Anderson 13 Miami. Ohio 30, Ball St. 20 Michigan 49, Wisconsin 0 Michigan St. 19, Iowa 14 Mlnn.-Duluth 28, Winona St. 10 Minn. -Morris 20, Bemidjl St. 19 Mo. So. 38, Ft. Hays St. 13 Monmouth, III. 43, Chicago 22 Muskingum 17, Heidelberg 10 N. Dakota 16, St. Cloud St. 13 N. Dak. St. 33, Momlngside 0 N. Michigan 29, Ferris St. 14 NE Illinois 35, Prlncipia 0 NW Iowa 14, Hastings 13 Oberlin 18, Denlson 15 Ohio Northern 25, Otterbein 21 Ohio St. 10, Illinois 6 Ohio Weslyn 22, Case W. 0 Oklahoma 56, Iowa St. 3 Peru St. 41, Iowa Weslyn 0 Pittsburg St. 31, Kearney St. 10 Rose-Hulman 17, Olivet 14 S. Dakota 17, Augustana.S.D. 0 S.D. St. 28, Neb -Omaha 24 S. Dakota Tech 7, Sioux Falls 6 SE Missouri 49, NW Miss. St. 0 SW Kansas 14, Bethel, Kan. 10 SW Minn. 42, Moorhead St. 39 SW Missouri 42, Indiana St. 0 St. Francis, III. 50, Alma 14 St. Joseph 48, Evansville 41 St. Norbert 57. Grinnell 10 Syracuse 24, Missouri 13 Tarklo 27, Greenland 13 Taylor 49, Kalamazoo 15 Trinity, Tex. 24, Wash., Mo. 22 Tulsa 37, Kansas St. 25 W. Michigan 21, Toledo 14 Westmar 7 1, Concordia, St.P. 0 W. Penn 28, Buena Vista 25 Wittenberg 25. Mount Union 24 Youngstown St. 29, NE 14 SOUTHWEST Lincoln 21, Langston 12 NW Oklahoma 33, Adams St. 0 Sul Ross St. 21, Austin Col. 14 Tarleton St. 35, Evangel 22 Texas Tech 27, Texas A&M 21 FAR WEST Carroll, Mont. 44, Mont. T. 0 Colorado 29, Colorado St. 16 Oregon 29, Washington 22 Oregon Tech 76, E. Oregon 0 Pac. Lutheran 28, Whltworth 13 Port. St. 50, Humboldt St. 14 S. Oregon 38, Lewis 4 Clark 7 S. Utah 23, Cal Lutheran 18 S.Jose St. 46, Fullerton St. 19 St. Mary's 30, San Fran. St. 13 UCLA 49, Stanford 0 SATURDAY'S BEST CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE: Oklahoma's Jamell Holiaway moved ahead of Danny Bradley into seventh place on the Sooners' career total offense list with 3,413 yards. He is 36 yards shy of the all-time Sooners quarterback rushing leader, Steve Davis (2,058 yards). CAREER RUSHING: Oklahoma's Lydell Carr ran for 86 yards to move Into ninth place on the Sooners' all-time rushing list. . . Kentucky's Mark Higga Joined Sonny Collins and George Adams as the only Wildcats who have exceeded 2,000 yards rushing. CAREER PASSING: Youngstown State's Trenton Lykes passed for 253 yards and two touchdowns against Northeastern to pass Ron Jaworskl, now with the Miami Dolphins, for career passing yardage at the school, 4,835 to 4,612. TEAM RUSHING: The Sooners got 608 total yards, 531 rushing. SPECIAL TEAMS: Texas Tech's Tyrone Thurman returned a punt 74 yards for a TD, the longest punt return ever against Texas A&M. INDIVIDUAL PASSING: New Hampshire's Bob Jean threw four TD passes and ran a quarterback sneak 52 yards for another TD against Delaware. He completed 17 of 30 passes for 257 yards. . . Tennessee's Jeff Francis completed 21 of 26 for two touchdowns and 220 yards. Tirade inspires Spartans 19-14 Ji United Press International IOWA CITY, Iowa -Michigan State coach George Perles, upset by 10 lackluster quarters, Saturday unleashed a half time tirade on his players in the locker room and the Spartans responded by blanking No. 17 Iowa in the final period. It resulted in a 19-14 Big Ten upset "They really got what they had coming to them at halftime," said Perles, who added that he could not recall reaching a higher decible level in previous talks. "It's the toughest I think I've ever been on our players." The Spartans, led by running back Lorenzo White, rallied for 12 points in the second half and limited Iowa's offense to 68 yards in the final two quarters and 214 yards for the game. "Our defense played just superbly in the second half," Perles said. MSU quarterback Bobby McAllister of Pompano Beach Ely hit GOOD ENOUGH L - fl White GOOD: Lorenzo White of Fort Lauderdale rushed for 166 yards on 39 carries and moved into third place on the Big Ten career list with 3,727 yards. The 39 carries tied a Kinnick Stadium (Iowa City. Iowa) record. Bobby McAllister of Pompano Beach completed an 8-yard touchdown pass for the game-winner. BAD: White fumbled once, and McAllister completed only two passes for 13 yards. .40. ' McAllister Heisman hope Lorenzo." Iowa (3-2, 0-1) was never able to get closer than the MSU 25 in the second half and managed only 68 yards total offense in the final period. . ; "Michigan State did a super job at the right time," said Iowa coach Hayden Fry. . Mactogaa SUM lows 7 S 1 7 7 S 014 towa Early 19 pass from McGwire (HougMIM kick) MSU Whits 2 run (Lsnoeioh kick) lows Watfcms 14 pass from McGwire (Hougntan kick) , , MSU FG Langeioh 21 . MSU FG Lsnoeloh 46 MSU Sargent 8 pass from McAllister (Psss faded) A-67.700. Mike Sargent on an 8-yard touchdown pass and White of Fort Lauderdale Dillard added 166 yards rushing and a 2-yard TD run to guide the Spartans to a 1-0 Big Ten mark after back-to-back losses to Notre Dame and Florida State. Michigan State improved its overall mark to 2-2. "Coach chewed on us, so we chewed on them," said McAllister, who completed two of 10 attempts both to Sargent for 13 yards. McAllister's pass attempt for a two-point conversion after the TD toss to Sargent with 8:46 left in the game was batted down by Iowa nose guard Dave Haight. "We deserved this victory," said McAllister. "They forgot about the MSU Iowa First downs 16 IS Rushes-yards 63-236 27-(-l6 Passing 13 230 Return Yards 73 20 Comp-Att-lnl 2-10-0 22-32-0 Punts 6-43 9-38 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 3-1 Penalties-Yards 13-102 7-50 Tims of Possession 33 54 26 04 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Mich. Ststs, White 39-166. Iowa, Harmon 12-28 PASSING Mich. State. McAllister 2-10-0-13. Iowa, McGwirs 16-26-0-159. Hartlieb 6-6-0-71. J RECEIVING Mich. State. Sargent 2-13. Iowa, Hudson 6-43. : ir J,8. s-k s XV ft ' iim:t- A " -l:fi- m 0mmM mm,, .,. ...... Nebraska's Todd Millikan may not have heard his footsteps but he turns in time to see Robert Robinson's interception. 'Huskers sack Gamecocks 30-21 AP photo. ... VI ' " ! NewsSun-Sentinel wire services LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska sacked South Carolina quarterback Todd Ellis six times Saturday, and the No. 2 Cornhuskers (4-0) got in some more licks after their 30-21 victory. Ellis passed for 256 yards and two long touchdowns but also threw three interceptions, including one to safety Mark Blazek that set up Nebraska's clinching field goal. "If Ellis wants to keep throwing to our safeties, we'll keep catching them," Blazek said. "Ellis is a good passer, but he looked a little shook at the end of the game." Nebraska safety Bryan Siebler intercepted an Ellis pass last year with 38 seconds left to preserve a 27-24 victory. "Todd really likes Nebraska safeties," 'Huskers defensive coor dinator Charlie McBride said. "He's thrown right at them two years in a row." Ellis threw touchdown passes of 35 and 80 yards as the Gamecocks (2-2) built a 21-13 lead midway through the third quarter before Nebraska began to rally. The Huskers used 18 plays and nine minutes to march 96 yards and score on a 3-yard run by Keith "End Zone" Jones, who rushed for 51 yards in the drive. The Cornhuskers' two-point conversion try failed, leaving South Carolina ahead 21-19 with 9:58 remaining. Nebraska linebacker Steve Forch stripped the ball from Keith Bing on the second play after the kickoff , and the Huskers' Jeff Tom-jack recovered at the South Carolina 27. Nebraska scored four plays later on Jones' 4-yard run, and he ran for the two-point conversion. The Gamecocks marched to the Nebraska 39 before Blazek inter cepted an Ellis pass and raced 46 yards to the South Carolina 29. Four plays later, Chris Drennan kicked his third field goal, a 43-yarder. Ellis was philosophical about Blazek's interception. "Toward the end of the game, they know what we're going to do and guys can kind of pin their ears back and come after me," he said. "Sometimes people don't see the pressure and they don't see me trying to make the big plays. Sometimes I've just got to make a judgment and throw it." Ellis finished with 17 completions in 36 attempts for 256 yards, but South Carolina was held to minus-14 yards rushing. The Huskers rallied in the fourth quarter without starting quarterback Steve Taylor, who left the game with a sore shoulder and headache. Taylor threw a 78-yard touchdown pass to Richard Bell to give Nebraska a 13-7 halftime lead. South Carolina Nebraska 7 14 0 1 10 0 1730 ' Neb FG Drennan 27 ,rrt Neb FG Drennan 36 ' . SC Bethea 35 pass from Ellis (Mackie kick) ' Nob Bell 78 pass from Taylor (Drennan kick) ' ' SC Sharps 80 pass from Ellis (Mackie kick) Z SC Bethea 17 run (Mackie kick) . Neb K. Jones 3 run (run tailed) Neb K. Jones 4 run (K. Jones run) . i Neb FG Drennan 43 A 76,061 SC Neb : 18 24 ! 22-(-14) 68-268.' First downs Rushes-yards Passing Return Yards Comp-Att-Int Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession 256 17 17-36-3 5- 39 2-1 6- 31 20:12 138 : 72 jf 7-17-2 t 4-38 1-1 10-93 ? 39:48 j INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING S. Carolina, Green 6-18. Bethea 2--" 14. Sharps 1-3. Brown 1-1, Blng 1-(minus 4). Ellis 1 11-(mlnus 46). Nebraska. K. Jones 25-129, Heibel 15-82. Bell 2-15. Knox 5-15, Clark 2-13. Sheppard'f 1- 12, Carpenter 2-6, Taylor 13-1, Blakeman 3-(ml- nus 4). . PASSING S. Carolina, Ellis 17-36-3-256. Ne- ' brasks, Taylor 6-16-2-130, Blakeman 1-1-0-8. i RECEIVING S. Carolina. Bethea 4-66, Sharps 3-87, Smith 3-44, Green 2-22, Andrews 2-16, Whits ! 2- 9, Brown 1-12. Nebraska, R. Smith 4-52, Bell 1- " 78, Hawkins 1-4, Sheppard 1-4. 1 Columbia frustration, losing streak grow Lions' record-tying skid reaches 34 The Associated Press NEW YORK - As the beat goes on, Columbia gets closer to putting it on record. "Very frustrating," said Lions coach Larry McElreavy after Penn handed Columbia a 23-0 defeat Saturday, sending the Lions to their record-tying 34th straight loss. With the defeat, Columbia (0-3) matched the major college record for successive losses set from 1979 to 1982 by Northwestern. The Lions, who have not won in their last 37 games, including two ties, can break the record for consecutive losses next Saturday in an Ivy League g-:ae at Princeton. Penn is 1-2, 1-1 in the Ivy League. Columbia is 0-2 in the league. "I'm happy with the defense. The defense played with more intensity than at any time in a long time," McElreavy said. But Columbia failed to score, despite having the ball inside the Quakers' 20 three times in the opening half and settling for a missed field goal. "Three chances to put the ball in the hole," said Lions quarterback Matt Less, "and it was a real letdown to the defense." In the fourth quarter, Columbia's defense allowed two touchdowns by Chris Flynn, supporting three field goals by Jim Grass, one in each of the first three quarters. "Columbia didn't play a sloppy game," said Penn coach Ed Zu-brow. Yet, the Lions lost two fumbles and threw three interceptions. "Columbia is a developing football team and played better this week. Therefore, they should beat somebody," Zubrow said. McElreavy believes that the burden of the losing streak is handicapping his team's performance. "A team that had won once before would have gotten into the end zone. Less was nervous when they got inside the 20," McElreavy said. Columbia has been held scoreless twice this season and has been out-scored 96-7. The Lions have been blanked four times in their last six games. Columbia has not won since Oct. 15, 1983, when it beat Yale 21-18 at New Haven, Conn., and has lost all 19 games played in its new stadi- ' um, opened in 1984. ' Pennsylvania Columbia J ' 1-2i 0 0 0 0 0 Penn FG Grass 43 Penn FG Grass 49 Penn FG Grass 33 Penn Flynn 3 run (Grass kick) Penn Ftynn 6 run Grass kick) A-4,150. , Penn First downs ie Rushes-yards 56-284 Passing 47 Return Yards 4g lxmp-Atl-lnt 4-15-2 Punts 5.39 Fumbles-Lost 4.1 Penalties-Yards ' 14-130 Time of Possession 31-15 lUniVinilSI TATiaTUa RUSHING Pennsylvania, Fhnn 30-189 Brunts. 32. Waller 5-27. Columbia. Konovalclk 1 1-45 nil. Pletra 14-34. ' "mt PASSING Pennsylvania, Glover 4-15-2-47 Columbia, Less 4-18-2-58, Putelo 0-1-1-0 Delia' dlL trs 0-1-0-0 , ' RECEIVINO Pennsylvania, Whaley 2-29 Nov. set sky 1-9. Mlklus 1-9. Columbia, Konovalclk 3 Delia Pletra 1-27, Savlnl 1-17. Col 15 46-70 56 38 4-20-3 5-41 4-2 2-18 28:45

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