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Sun-Sentinel, Sunday, September 22, 1996 7D STANDINGS Dartmouth edges Penn in final seconds ATLANTIC COAST IVY LEAGUE Conference All Conference All W L PI OP W L Pt OP N. Carolina 2 0 61 0 3 0 88 10 Virginia 2 0 63 10 3 0 118 31 Florida St. 2 0 95 24 2 0 95 24 Ga. Tech 2 1 58 42 2 1 58 42 Maryland o 1 3 21 2 1 72 43 Clemson o 1 0 45 1 2 42 86 D"ke o 1 7 44 0 3 37117 N.C. State 0 2 33 80 0 2 33 80 Wake Forest 0 2 17 72 2 2 64112 Thia Week Next Week N. Carolina 16, Ga. Tech 0 Army 35, Duke 17 Missouri 38, Clemson 23 Thu., Duke at Ga. Tech Wake Forest at Clemson Maryland at West Virginia North Carolina at FSU Texas at Virginia N.C. State at Purdue BIG EAST Conference All W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Va. Tech 2 0 75 21 3 0 96 39 W. Virginia 1 0 34 0 4 0 98 24 Miami 1 0 33 0 3 0 115 13 Temple 0 0 0 0 1 3 78 123 Syracuse 0 0 0 0 0 2 43 62 Boston Col. 0 1 7 45 1 2 45 86 Pittsburgh 0 1 0 34 1 3 87162 Rutgers 0 2 14 63 1 3 58101 Thia Week Next Week Va. Tech 30, Rutgers 14 Ohio St. 72, Pittsburgh 0 Michigan 20, Boston College 14 Penn St. 41, Temple 0 West Virginia 20, Purdue 6 Minnesota 35, Syracuse 33 Pittsburgh at Miami Va. Tech at Syracuse Navy at Boston College Maryland at West Virginia BIG 12 Conference All North W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Kansas St. 1 0 21 14 4 0 149 24 Kansas 0 0 0 0 2 0 87 27 Colorado 0 0 0 0 2 1 98 73 Nebraska 0 0 0 0 1 1 55 33 Iowa St. 0 0 0 0 1 2 93102 Missouri 0 1 10 40 1 2 64 82 South W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Texas 1 0 40 10 2 1 105 44 Texas Tech 1 1 45 24 1 2 57 39 Baylor 0 0 0 0 3 0 80 39 Texas A&M 0 0 0 0 1 2 114 69 Oklahoma 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 20 Oklahoma St. 0 1 3 31 3 1 87 77 This Week Next Week Iowa St. 42, N. Iowa 23 Texas at Virginia Notre Dame 27, Texas 24 Cotorado at Texas A&M Baylor 42, Oregon St. 10 Missouri at Iowa St. Texas A&M 55. North Texas 0 Utah St. at Texas Tech Georgia 15, Texas Tech 12 Kansas at Utah Missouri 38, Clemson 23 Colorado St. at Nebraska Oklahoma St. 31, Utah St. 17 Tulsa at Oklahoma Kansas St. 34, Rice 7 Arizona St. 19, Nebraska 0 Oklahoma at San Diego St. (n) BIG TEN Conference All W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Michigan 1 0 20 6 3 0 60 35 Michigan St. 1 0 52 14 1 2 86 99 Penn St. 0 0 0 0 4 0 138 14 Minnesota 0 0 0 0 3 091 59 Wisconsin 0 0 0 0 3 0 90 20 Ohio St. 0 0 0 0 2 0 142 7 Indiana 0 0 0 0 2 1 61 23 Iowa 0 0 0 0 2 1 79 60 Northwestern 0 0 0 0 2 1 93 48 Illinois 0 1 8 20 1 3 49123 Purdue 0 1 14 52 0 3 20 107 This Week Next Week Penn St. 41, Temple 0 Michigan 20, Boston College 14 Northwestern 28, Ohio U. 7 Louisville 30, Michigan St. 20 Ohio St. 72, Pittsburgh 0 Illinois 38, Akron 7 Wisconsin 14, Stanford 0 Kentucky 3, Indiana 0 Tulsa 27, Iowa 20 West Virgina 20, Purdue 6 Minnesota 35, Syracuse 33 N.C. State at Purdue Northwestern at Indiana Ohio St. at Notre Dame UCLA at Michigan E. Michigan at Mich. St. Penn St. at Wisconsin BIG WEST Conference All W I Pt OP W L Pt OP Utah St. 0 0 0 0 2 2 118106 Boise St. 0 0 0 0 1 2 75 91 Idaho 0 0 0 0 1 2 111 97 Nevada 0 0 0 0 1 2 94 66 N.Texas 0 0 0 0 1 2 27121 N.Mexico St. 0 0 0 0 0 4 21 116 This Week Next Week California 33, Nevada 15 Texas A&M 55, North Texas 0 Oklahoma St. 31, Utah St. 17 CS Northridge 33, N. Mex. St. 0 Boise St. at Hawaii (n) Utah St. at Texas Tech Army vs. North Texas NW Louisiana at Boise St. Kent at Nevada Idaho at SW Texas St. New Mexico St. at LSU CONFERENCE USA Conference All W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Memphis 1 0 17 10 2 2 53 87 Tulane 1 1 44 31 1 2 58 52 So. Mississippi 0 0 0 0 3 1 104 38 Houston 0 0 0 0 2 2 128121 Louisville 0 0 0 0 2 2 88 72 Cincinnati 0 1 14 34 1 2 38 72 This Week Louisville 30, Michigan St. 20 Southern Cal 26, Houston 9 So. Miss. 52, SW Louisiana 27 Memphis 17. Tulane 10 So. Miss, at Louisville Miami, Ohio at Cincinnati INDEPENDENTS W L Pt OP Notre Dame 3 0 76 31 Army 2 0 72 37 Navy 2 0 29 23 La. Tech 3 1 112 84 E.Carolina 2 1 77 38 Ala.-Birmingham 2 2 81 102 NE Louisiana 2 2 51 117 SW Louisiana 1 2 76 129 Arkansas St. 1 3 80 131 Central Florida 1 3 70 114 N. Illinois . 1 3 38 126 This Week Next Week Ball St. 31, Cent. Florida 10 Army 35, Duke 17 Notre Dame 27, Texas 24 E. Carolina 23, S. Carolina 7 La. Tech 38, Mississippi St. 23 So. Miss. 52, SW Louisiana 27 Navy 19, SMU 17 Ala.-Blrm. 24, Jacksonville St. 17 N Illinois 31, Arkansas St. 30 NE Louisiana 34, Sam Houston St. 31 PATRIOT LEAGUE Conference All Holy Cross Lehigh Bucknell Lafayette Fordham Colgate W L Pt OP W L Pt OP 1 0 38 21 1 1 48 49 1 0 20 14 1 2 47 97 0 0 0 0 1 1 44 52 0 0 0 0 1 1 35 53 0 1 14 20 0 3 37 93 0 1 21 38 0 3 54 70 This Week Next Week ..mil- fl Ma... A7 Ri u-l, nail H Holy Cross 38, Colgate 21 Northeastern 36, Lafayette 6 Buffalo 34. Lehigh 20 Villanova 49, Fordham 10 Harvard at Bucknell Columbia at Fordham Dartmouth at Lehigh Holy Cross at Princeton Cornell at Lafayette Colgate at Penn W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Cent. Fla. at E. Carolina Navy at Boston College SW Louisiana at La. Tech UTEP at N. Illinois NE Louisiana vs. Arkansas Ohio St. at Notre Dame Columbia 1 0 20 13 1 0 20 13 Cornell 1 0 33 27 1 0 33 27 Dartmouth 1 0 24 22 1 0 24 22 Yale 1 0 30 0 1 0 30 0 Brown 0 1 0 30 0 1 0 30 Harvard 0 1 13 20 0 1 13 20 Penn 0 1 22 24 0 1 22 24 Princeton 0 1 27 33 0 1 27 33 Thia Week Next Week Cornell 33, Princeton 27 (20T) Yale 30. Brown 0 Columbia 20, Harvard 13 (OT) Dartmouth 24, Penn 22 Harvard at Bucknell Columbia at Fordham Dartmouth at Lehigh Holy Cross at Princeton Brown at Rhode Island Connecticut at Yale Cornell at Lafayette Colgate at Penn MID-AMERICAN Conference All W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Toledo 2 0 51 17 2 1 57 57 Bowling Gr. 1 0 14 10 2 1 41 47 C.Michigan 1 0 38 28 2 2 138142 OhioU. 1 0 44 14 2 2 92 89 Miami, O. 2 1 90 26 2 2 104 47 E. Michigan 1 1 26 32 1 3 53 88 Kent 0 1 6 64 1 2 48 128 Ball St. 0 1 6 16 1 3 70 87 W.Michigan 0 1 40 57 0 4 69119 Akron 0 2 24 71 0 4 49130 Thia Week Next Week Northwestern 28, Ohio U. 7 E. Michigan at Mich. St. Bowting Green 14, Miami, Ohio 10 Cent. Mich, at Bowling Gr. Illinois 38, Akron 7 Miami, Ohio at Cin. Cent. Michigan 38, W. Michigan 28Weber St. at Toledo Ball St. 31, Cent. Florida 10 Kent at Nevada Toledo 24, E. Michigan 7 W. Michigan at Akron MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC Conference All W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Morgan St. 1 0 13 6 2 1 64 52 N.C. A&T 1 0 24 20 4 0 110 65 Fla. A&M 0 0 0 0 2 1 100 36 Howard 0 0 0 0 1 1 58 62 Delaware St. 0 0 0 0 1 2 89 67 S.C. State 0 0 0 0 0 2 27 55 Hampton 0 1 20 24 1 1 33 30 B.-Cookman 0 1 6 13 1 3 78 94 This Week Next Week Norfolk St. 41, B.-Cook. 29 Jackson St. 16, FAMU 9 Morgan St. 34, Liberty 28 (OT) Howard 31, Virginia St. 7 N.C. A&T 24, Hampton 20 N.C. Central 21, Delaware St. 16 Morgan St. at Cheyney Howard at FAMU J.C. Smith at S C. St. Delaware St. at Norfolk St. Virginia St. vs. Hampton SOUTHERN Conference All W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Citadel 1 0 28 14 2 1 47 76 Marshall 1 0 29 13 3 0 126 47 E. Tenn. St. 1 0 38 0 3 1 132 82 Appal. St. 0 0 0 0 2 1 50 36 Furman 0 0 0 0 2 1 63 35 Tenn.-Chatt. 0 0 0 0 1 2 54 64 W.Carolina 0 1 14 28 2 1 58 44 Ga. Southern 0 1 13 29 1 2 55105 VMI 0 1 0 38 0 3 28109 This Week Next Week Marshall 29, Ga. Southern 13 Furman 33, Wofford 3 Tn.-Chatt. 26, M. Valley St. 7 E. Tennessee St. 38, VMI 0 Appal. St. 21. E. Kentucky 14 Citadel 28, W. Carolina 14 W. Kentucky at Marshall Furman at VMI Ga. Southern at Tn.-Chatt. Citadel at Appal. St. E. Tenn. St. at W. Carolina SOUTHEASTERN Conference All Eastern Division W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Florida 1 0 35 29 3 0 152 64 S.Carolina 1 0 23 14 2 1 63 51 Tennessee 0 1 29 35 2 1 126 58 Kentucky 0 0 0 0 1 2 20 62 Georgia 0 1 14 23 1 2 36 46 Vanderbilt 0 2 35 56 0 3 42 70 Western Division W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Alabama 2 0 53 33 4 0 91 50 LSU 1 0 19 15 2 0 54 49 Auburn 1 1 60 47 3 1 151 47 Mississippi 1 1 48 54 3 1 117 75 Miss. State 0 0 0 0 1 1 54 48 Arkansas 0 1 7 17 0 2 17 40 This Week Next Week Florida 35, Tennessee 29 Alabama 17, Arkansas 7 Georgia 15, Texas Tech 12 E. Carolina 23, S. Carolina 7 Kentucky 3, Indiana 0 La. Tech 36, Mississippi St. 23 LSU 19, Auburn 15 Mississippi 20, Vanderbilt 9 Kentucky at Florida Miss. St. at S. Carolina NE Louisiana vs. Arkansas New Mexico St. at LSU WESTERN ATHLETIC Conference All Mountain Division W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Utah 2 0 66 34 3 1 100 64 BYU 1 0 17 14 3 1 133 89 SMU 1 1 34 31 2 2 74 60 TCU 0 0 0 0 1 1 37 59 Rice 0 0 0 0 1 2 35118 New Mexico 0 1 14 17 3 1 108 64 UTEP 0 1 25 26 1 2 42 56 Tulsa 0 1 10 17 1 2 46 67 Pscif ic Division W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Wyoming 2 0 88 19 4 0 169 95 Colorado St. 1 0 35 16 2 2 158118 Air Force 2 1 129 39 2 1 129 39 San Jose St. 1 1 26 70 1 3 53 140 San Diego St. 0 0 0 0 1 1 77 63 Fresno St. 0 1 17 45 0 3 44137 Hawaii 0 1 0 66 0 3 31 111 UNLV 0 2 33 100 0 4 72195 This Week Next Week BYU 17, New Mexico 14 Wyoming 22, Air Force 19 Colorado St. 35, UNLV 16 San Jose St. 26, UTEP 25 Navy 19, SMU 17 Tulsa 27, Iowa 20 Kansas St. 34, Rice 7 Utah 45, Fresno St. 17 Okla at San Diego St. (n) Boise St. at Hawaii (n) Wyoming at UNLV Hawaii at Fresno St. TCU at New Mexico Kent at Nevada San Jose St. at Wash. St. Tulsa at Oklahoma Rice at Air Force UTEP at N. Illinois Kansas at Utah SMU at Brigham Young PACIFIC 10 Conference All W L Pt OP W L Pt OP Arizona St. 1 0 45 42 3 0 116 49 Southern Cal 1 0 46 17 3 1 134 53 Wash. St. 1 0 55 44 2 1 112115 Washington 1 1 73 62 2 1 102 79 California 0 0 0 0 3 0 120 77 UCLA 0 0 0 0 1 1 64 35 Stanford 0 0 0 0 1 2 35 33 Oregon 0 1 44 55 3 1 153140 Arizona 0 1 17 31 2 2 101 55 Oregon St. 0 1 17 46 0 3 41123 This Week Next Week Washington 31. Arizona 17 Southern Cal 26, Houston 9 Baylor 42, Oregon St. 10 Wisconsin 14, Stanford 0 California 33, Nevada 15 Washington St. 55, Oregon 44 Arizona St. 19, Nebraska 0 UCLA at Michigan Oregon St. at California San Jose St. at Wash. St. Oregon at Arizona St. Sun-Sentinel wire services HANOVER, N.H. Quarterback Jon Aljancic connected with Eric Morton on an 8-yard scoring pass with 19 seconds remaining to lift Dartmouth (1-0, 1-0) to a 24-22 victory over Penn (0-1, 0-1) on Saturday. With 2:34 remaining, Dartmouth forced a punt and took over at its 45. Aljancic hit four passes for 29 yards to reach the 8, and then sidestepped defenders and threw to Morton at the 6. Morton whirled and barreled into the end zone. Aljancic finished with 21 completions in 34 passes for 227 yards in the opener for the two preseason Ivy League favorites. Penn, trailing 18-13 at the half, scored twice in 53 seconds at the end of the third quarter for a 22-18 lead. Jeremiah Greathouse kicked a 32-yard field goal, and then Penn recovered a fumble at the Dartmouth 20. Steve Teodecki hit Mark Fabish on a 20-yard scoring play with 3:44 left in the period. A pass for the two-point conversion was incomplete. Jasen Scott scored the first of his two touchdowns to give Penn the early lead, but Dartmouth scored the next three. Ambrose Garcia scored on a 6-yard run and Aljancic scored twice on short-yardage plays. Cornell 33, Princeton 27: Quarterback Brian Opre scored from 1 yard out to give the Big Red (1-0, 1-0) a victory over the Tigers (0-1, 0-1) in the first overtime football game in Ivy League history in Ithaca, N.Y. Opre's dive through the middle ended the second overtime scoring attempt for the Big Red (1-0), who tied the game in regulation, 20-20, by reeling off 13 points in the fourth quarter. Columbia 20, Harvard 13: Bobby Tho-mason's second touchdown pass of the game and Roy Hanks' interception in overtime carried the Lions (1-0, 1-0) over the Crimson (0-1, 0-1) in New York. Marcellus Wiley blocked a field goal attempt by Harvard's Ryan Korinke with 1:15 remaining in the fourth quarter to force overtime. Yale 30, Brown 0: Blake Kendall threw three touchdown passes as the Elis (1-0, 1-0) defeated the Bears (0-1, 0-1) in Providence, R.I. I-AA Kresser powers 3-0 Marshall Sun-Sentinel wire services STATESBORO, Ga. Former University of Florida quarterback Eric Kresser threw three touchdown passes, two of them to Randy Moss, as Marshall's quick-strike, fun-and-gun offense rolled over Georgia Southern 29-13 in a Southern Conference game Saturday. Marshall, ranked No. 1 in Division I-AA, improved to 3-0 and 1-0 in the conference. No. 13 Georgia Southern fell to 1-2, 0-1. Kresser,' of Palm Beach Gardens, completed 23 of 36 passes for 221 yards. He hit Moss on plays of 42 yards at 4:08 of the first period and 4 yards at 4:52 of the second. Moss had eight receptions for 88 yards. In between the Thundering Herd touchdowns, which followed a 26-yard field goal by Tim Openlander, Georgia Southern scored on Corey Johnson's 1-yard sweep around the left side. New Hampshire 21, Connecticut 13: Jerry Azumah rushed for 194 yards and two touchdowns, one for 96 yards, and the Wildcats (2-0) stopped the Huskies (2-1) four times from the 5 in the final minute in Durham, N.H. After UNH's Jerry Curry missed a field goal try from the 31 with 1:57 left, Connecticut drove to the 5, but four passes fell incomplete. B Appalachian St. 21, E. Kentucky 14: Gerard Hardy scored two touchdowns, including a 23-yard scoring run in the fourth quarter that helped the Mountaineers (2-1) hold off the Colonels (0-3) in Richmond, Ky. The Colonels are off to their worst start since 1934, when they opened the season 0-4. W.Illinois 18, Hostra 9: Keith Jones tied a school record with three field goals and Jeff Hecklinski threw a late touchdown pass to Jon Moffitt as the Leathernecks (4-0) defeated the Dutchmen (1-2) in New York. Art Asselta, named Hofstra's new starting quarterback this week, completed 11 of 26 pass for 138 yards, but had three interceptions. With Western Illinois leading 11-9, Hecklinski connected with Moffitt on 31-yard scoring pass with 2:54 left. Villanova 49, Fordham 10: Junior quarterback Clint Park, playing only the first half, threw for 206 yards and two touchdowns as the Wildcats (3-1) built a 35-0 halftime lead and cruised by the Rams (0-3) in Villanova, Pa. Furman 33, Wofford 3: Cornerback Kevin Jackson recovered a Lomar Foster fumble in the end zone to spark the Paladins (2-1) to a victory over the Terriers (1-3) in Greenville, S.C. The Terriers lost three fumbles and were intercepted five times. William & Mary 47, Bucknell 0: Josh Whipple caught five passes for 103 yards as the Tribe (3-1) rolled over Bucknell in Lewisburg, Pa. Troy St. 37, Nicholls St. 7: Joe Jackson rushed for 114 yards and Matt Huerkamp kicked three field goals as the Trojans (2-0, 1-0 Southland Conference) stopped the Colonels (1-1, 0-1) in Troy, Ala. Western Kentucky 34, Austin Peay 2: Western Kentucky rolled up 272 yards rushing and Willie Taggart's 5-yard touchdown gave the Hilltoppers(4-0) a lead they never lost against the Governors (0-3) in Clarksville, Tenn. McNeese St. 37, Angelo St. 23: Sophomore Tim Leger ran for two touchdowns and passed for three more as the Cowboys (1-2) stopped Div. Ill Angelo State (2-1) in Lake Charles, La. SW Missouri St. 39, Tenn.-Martin 7: Michael Cosey rushed for 160 yards and two touchdowns and the Bears (3-1) held Tennessee-Martin (0-2) to negative rushing yardage in Martin, Tenn. Idaho St. 47, W. Montana 0: Gary Anderson threw two touchdowns to lead the Big Sky's Bengals (2-1) to a shutout of the NAIA Bulldogs (1-2) in Pocatello, Idaho. DIVISION I-AA SUMMARIES Cornell 33, Princeton 27 (2QT) Princeton 0 14 6 0 7 0 27 Cornell 0 7 0 13 7 633 Second quarter Pri House 6 pass from Budzinski (Sierk kick), 5:59. Cor Levitt 5 run (Rodin kick), 9:41. Pri McGlothlin 1 run (Sierk kick), 13:19. Third quarter Pri McGlothlin 69 run (kick failed), 7:55. Fourth quarter Cor FG Rodin 30, 3:27. Cor Levitt 19 run (Rodin kick), 6:08. Cor FG Rodin 45, 10:37. First overtime Cor Busch 14 pass from Opre (Rodin kick). ' Pri Washington 12 run (Sierk kick). Second overtime Cor Opre 1 run (no PAT). A 14,120. Pri Cor First downs 20 27 Rushes-yards 44-212 46-167 Passing 237 278 Comp-Att-Int 15-32-1 25-42-1 Return Yards 5 17 Punts-Avg. 7-41.3 6-39.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 4-40 8-62 Possession 30:29 29:31 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Princeton, Washington 20-104, McGlothlin 13-94, Budzinski 8-19, Dempsey 1-6, Duffy 2-(minus 11). Cornell, Levitt 40-178, Busch 1-(minus 1), Opre 4-(minus 5), Carroll 1-(minus 5). PASSING Princeton, Budzinski 14-29-1-221, Dempsey 1-3-0-16. Cornell, Opre 16-28-0-160, Carroll 9-14-1-118. RECEIVING Princeton, Fisher 1-16, Gill 3-64, Duffy 5-92, Glotzbach 1- 16, Washington 2-28, House 3-31. Cornell, Busch 12-144, Levitt 3-19, Krawczyk 5-81, Doherty 1-5, Hunter 2- 13, Wilson 2-16. Columbia 20, Harvard 13 Harvard 0 13 0 0 013 Columbia 0 0 7 6 720 Second quarter Har FG Korinke 23, 9:44. Har Hu 6 run (Korinke kick), 1 1:01 Har FG Korinke 38, 14:45 Third quarter Col Bond! 1 1 pass from Thomason (Unit kick), 9:65. Fourth quarter Col FG Linit 22, :08. Col FG Linit 48, 8:49. Overtime Col Ramirez 12 pass from Thomason (Lenit kick) A 5,760. Har Col First downs 15 12 Rushes-yards 53-244 32-53 Passing 68 133 Comp-Att-Int 10-24-3 12-38-1 Return Yards 59 39 Punts-Avg. 7-27.3 8-37.5 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 7-53 4-35 Possession 34:25 25:35 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Harvard, Hu 19-118, Menick 25-91, Snowden 8-28. Columbia, Blvens 18-41, Bondi 2-5. PASSING Harvard, Snowden 10-24-3-68. Columbia, Thomason 12-38-1-133. RECEIVING Harvard, Skelton 3-27, Chupaila 3-22, Drakos 2-14. Columbia, Ramirez 6-82, Bond! 3-25, Wachter 2-19. Yale 30, Brown 0 Yale Brown 3 14 13 030 0 0 0 00 Dartmouth 24, Penn 22 Penn 7 6 9 022 Dartmouth 6 12 0 624 First quarter Penn Scott 20 run (Greathouse kick), 6;38 Dart Garcia 6 run (kick failed), 14:38 Second quarter Dart Aljancic 1 run (run failed), 2:18 Dart Aliancic 1 run (kick failed), 4:48 Penn Scott 84 run (run failed), 6:06 Third quarter Penn FG Greathouse 32, 10:23 Penn Fabish 20 pass from Teodecki (pass failed), 11:16 Fourth quarter Dart Morton 8 pass from Aljancic (kick tailed), 14:4 1 A 8,521. Penn Dart First downs 9 22 Rushes-yards 42-174 51-197 Passing 107 227 Comp-Att-Int 7-18-0 21-34-2 Return Yards 30 66 Punts-Avg. 10-38.5 6-35.5 Fumbles-Lost 2-3 2-2 Penalties-Yards 8-55 6-44 Possession 27:25 32:35 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Penn, Scott 25-166, Teodecki 3-8, Abye 10-1. Dartmouth, Smith 21-90, Aljancic 15-66, Ellis 2-19. PASSING Penn, Teodecki 7-18- 0- 107. Dartmouth, Aljancic 21-34-2-227. RECEIVING Penn, Fabish 6-83, James 1-14. Dartmouth, Ellis 6-91, Harper 6-80, Oberle 4-32. No. 1 Marshall 29, No. 13 Ga. Southern 13 Marshall 10 7 6 629 Georgia Southern 0 7 6 013 First quarter MU FG Openlander 26, 10:04 MU Moss 42 pass from Kresser (Openlander kick), 4:08 Second quarter GSU Joyner 1 run (Stalnaker kick), 12:20 MU Moss 4 pass from Kresser (Openlander kick), 4:52 Third quarter GSU Chestnut recovers Russell fumble in end zone (pass failed), 11:24 MU Chapman 3 rush (Openlander kick blocked), 7:49 Fourth quarter MU Wellman 6 pass from Kresser (Openlander kick blocked), 12:16 A 13,977 MU GSU First downs 23 20 Rushes-yards 29-157 46-174 Passing 221 177 Comp-Att-Int 23-36-2 17-26-0 Return Yards -2 8 Punts-Avg. 2-37 5-42.6 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 3-0 Penalties-Yards 8-65 7-45 Possession 27:54 32:06 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Marshall, Chapman 24-130, Zban 1-17, Balwanz 4-10. Georgia Southern, Russell 17-76, Robinson 19-56, Steverson 4-22, Joiner 4-16, Cunningham 1-2, Small 1- 2. PASSING Marshall, Kresser 23-36-2-221. Georgia Southern, Robinson 17-26-0-177. RECEIVING Marshall, Martin 6-67, Moss 6-88, Wellman 3-16, Chapman 2-11, Colclough 2-23, Long 1-11. White 1-6. Georgia Southern, Bing 6-72, Joiner 6-66, Sullivan 2-15, Belser 1-8, Garland 1-14, Cunningham 1-2. No. 4 Troy State 37, Nicholls State 7 No. 5 Appalachian St. 21, No. 25 E. Kentucky 14 Appalachian St. 3 11 0 721 E. Kentucky 0 0 7 714 First quarter ASUFG Sutton 30, 5:57 Second quarter ASUFG Sutton 22, :08 ASU Hardy 10 run (Hardy run), 9: 10 Third quarter EKU Menendez 20 pass from Couch (Wright kick), 14:05 Fourth quarter ASU Hardy 23 run (Sutton kick), 10:45 EKU Menendez 11 pass from Couch (Wright kick), 12:22 A 4,800. ASU EKU First downs 16 16 Rushes-yards 45-244 31-17 Passing 161 220 Comp-Att-Int 10-15-0 16-34-0 Return Yards 10 12 Punts-Avg. 5-39.2 7-37.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 3-0 Penalties-Yards 5-40 5-50 Possession 30:52 ' 29:08 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Appalachian St., Hardy 14-121, Scott 25-115, Reeves 3-10, 3- (-2), E. Kentucky, Hall 3-16, Carter 12-16, Couch 612), Menendez 1-6, Posey 1-3, Murrell 3-2, Boul-din 3- (-3), Fuentes 2-1-11). PASSING Appalachian St., Hardy 10-15-0 161, E. Kentucky, Couch 16-33-0 220, Fuentes 1-0-0 0. RECEIVING Appalachian St., Burton 3-75, Vollmer 3-37. Smith 2-35, Leatherwood 1-15, Scott 1 (-1), E. Kentucky, Menendez 6-97, Thomas 3-60. New Hampshire 21, No. 8 Connecticut 13 Connecticut 0 0 6 713 New Hampshire 14 0 7 021 First quarter UNH Azumah 3 run (Curry kick), 5:01 UNH Azumah 96 run (Curry kick), 11:07 Third quarter Con McKinney 25 pass from Stafford (kick blocked), 4:30 UNH Tripp 5 pass from Bresnahan (Curry kick), 12:48 Fourth quarter Con Bond 28 pass from Taylor (Morelli kick), 3:06 A 5,250. Conn UNH First downs 31 21 Rushes-yards 39-116 47-249 Passing 282 184 Comp-Att-Int 23-46-2 15-26-0 Return Yards 41 91 Punts-Avg. 6-30.5 4-33.3 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-45 13-132 Possession 30:38 29:22 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Conn., Taylor 23-82, Faison 7-24, Stafford 4-(minus 3), Martin 3-5, Campbell 2-8. UNH, Azumah 27-194, Scottron 7-59, Lopez 6-20, Bresnahan 7 (minus 24). PASSING Conn., Stafford 22-44-1-253, Taylor 1-2-1-29. UNH, Bresnahan 15-26-0-184. RECEIVING Conn., McKinney 5-59, Newton 3-30, Fitzsimmons 3-33, Bond 3-58, Walker 4-79, Faison 1-3, Campbell 1-11, Taylor 3-9. UNH, Tripp 4-61, Jones 4-36, holleman 3-45, Azumah 2-23, Scottron 1-14, Ta-mulskl 1-5. No. 23 James Madison 38, Boston U. 7 First quarter Yale FG Lafterty 38, 4:51. Second quarter Yale Begola 12 pass from Kendall (Lafterty kick), 3:02. Yale Marschner 10 pass from Kendall (Lafferty kick), 8:20. Third quarter Yale Cralgwell 10 rush (kick failed), 6:35. Yale Ackley 31 pass from Kendall (Lafferty kick), 10:58. A 7,304. YAL BRN First downs 16 5 Rushes-yards 51-146 27-14 Passing 226 75 Comp-Att-Int 15-22-1 8-30-2 Return Yards 38 32 Punts-Avg. 7-30.9 9-43.6 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 2-0 Penalties-Yards 5-34 5-28 Possession 39:04 20:56 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Yale, Craigwell 23-77, Barber 11-27, Garelick 6-19, Steinberg 1-7, Creech 2-6, D.Freccero 2-5, Bentley 2-4, C. Freccero 2-3, Kendall 2-(minus 2). Brown, Jessie 15-40, Wall 2-9, Morey 1-8, Robinson 2-3, McCullough 7-(minus 46). PASSING Yale, Kendall 9-14-1-121, Barber 6-8-0-105. Brown, McCullough 8-29-2-75, Ames 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING Yale, Marschner 5-80, Begola 2-28, Leith 2-13, Sprouse 2-17, Rodriguez 2-54, D.Freccero 1-3, Ackley 1-31. Brown, Wall 4-35, Morey 3-32, Nangmenyi 1-8. NSU TSU 0 0 7 07 20 7 3 737 James Madison Boston U. 14 10 7 738 0 0 7 07 First quarter TSU FG Huerkamp 42, 4:22 TSU Gregory 4 run (Huerkamp kick), 8:22 TSU Donelson 11 run (Huerkamp kick), 11:35 TSU FG Huerkamp 32, 14:53 Second quarter TSU Griffin 1 run (Huerkamp kick), 13:44 Third quarter NSU Zeller 3 run (Diel kick), 5:24 TSU FG Huerkamp 45, 14:40 Fourth quarter TSU Hammond 10 pass from Davis (Huerkamp kick), 7:24 A NA. JSU TSU First downs 16 15 Rushes-yards 38-155 45-238 Passing 83 132 Comp-Att-Int 8-20-2 9-17-0 Return Yards 121 82 Punts-Avg. 4-42.0 3-38.7 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 4-60 10-84 Possession 28:10 31:50 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING NSU, Lumar 16-88, Delatte 6-25, Zeller 10-24, Honor 2-10, Wilson 3-8, Spears 1-0. TSU, Jackson 17-114, Gregory 13-51, Donelson 7-34, Davis 3-13, Griffin 3-4, Kelley 2-(mlnus 3). PASSING NSU, Zeller 6-13-2-75. Lambert 7-2-0-8. TSU, Davis 9-16-0-132, Phillips 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING NSU, Bilmgs 2-31, Lumar 2-28, Rohner 1-8, First quarter JMU Brooks 10 pass from Gonzalez (Coursey kick), 5:22 JMU Townes 4 run (Coursey kick), 8:48 Second quarter JMU Brooks 9 pass from Maddox (Coursey kick), 7:39 JMU FG Coursey 41, 9:47 Third quarter BU Bishop 19 pass from Foley (Costello kick), 4:34 JMU Brooks 13 pass from Maddox (Coursey kick), 11:23 Fourth quarter JMU Jones 34 pass from Maddox (Coursey kick), 1:55 A 4,648. JMU BU First downs 27 16 Rushes-yards 46-148 38-123 Passing 300 126 Comp-Att-Int 24-35-1 15-32-3 Return Yards 44 30 Punts-Avg. 5-25.8 7-39.0 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 3-2 Penalties-Yards 2-18 2-25 Possession 31:18 28:42 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING James Madison, Townes 11-39, Jeter 9-34, Roberts 7-24, Maddox 6-24. BU, Atlak 12-78, Dicker 10-33, Chlsholm 6-17. PASSING JMU, Maddox 20-28-1-243, Gonzalez 4-6-0-57. BU, Foley 12-27-2-104, Barnett 3-5-1-22. RECEIVING JMU, Jones 7-139, Brooks 6-69, Perry 4-39, Brown 2-21. BU, Mikel 6-47, Johnson 2-30, Bishop 1-19, Ghartey 2-15. EAST Albany, N.Y. 14, St. Lawrence 8 Albright 49, Lebanon Val. 14 Amherst 17, Hamilton 6 Bloomsburg 64, Lock Haven 0 Bluffton 28. Thiel 20 Bowie St. 10, Cheyney 9 Brockport St. 28, Mercyhurst 17 Buffalo St. 28, Wash. S Jeff. 11 C.W. Post 24, Wagner 6 Carnegie-Mellon 26, Grove City 23 Clarion 49. Glenville St. 23 Concord 55, Newport News 9 Cortland St. 31, Kean 10 Delaware 24, West Chester 17 Dickinson 34, Muhlenberg 12 Duquesne 36, St. John's, NY 9 E. Stroudsburg 54, S. Conn. 28 Framlngham St. 28, Fitchburg St. 27 Frostburg St. 24, Cent. Conn. St. 6 Georgetown, D.C. 59, Fairfield 14 Gettysburg 28, W. Maryland 21 Hartwick 42, Alfred 40 Ithaca 59, Mansfield 23 James Madison 36, Boston U. 7 Johns Hopkins 42, Swarthmore 7 Kings Point 21, Springfield 14 Kutztown 37, Shippensburg 34 Lycoming 51, Kings, Pa. 18 MIT 20, Assumption 14 Maine 58, Rhode Island 19 Maine Maritime 12, BridgewaterO Marist 30, lona 7 Mass. -Lowell 16, Norwich 13 Middlebury 34, Bowdoin 28 Monmouth, N.J. 48, Pace 0 Moravian 35, Juniata 32, OT New Hampshire 21, Connecticut 13 New Haven 22. Mlllersville 8 Northeastern 36, Lafayette 6 RPI 34, Rochester 7 Robert Morris 7, Towson St. 0 Sacred Heart 7, W. New England 3 Salve Regina 49, Nichols 6 Shepherd 32, Lenoir-Rhyne 20 Slippery Rock 34, Fairmont St. 21 St. Francis, Pa. 31, Gannon 28 St. John Fisher 35, Hobart 28 St. Peter's 32, Siena 27 Stony Brook 10, Montclair St. 7 Trenton St. 28, Wm. Peterson 10 Trinity, Conn. 20, Bates 1 1 Union, N.Y. 24, Worcester Tech 10 Urslnus 13, Franklin & Marshall 0 W. Connecticut 20. Jersey City St. 16 W. Illinois 18, Hofslra 9 W. Va. Weslyn 24, California, Pa. 10 Wesleyan 35, Hampden-Sydney 3 Westfield St. 18, Mass -Boston 17 Widener 23, FDU-Madison 7 Wilkes 21, Susquehanna 14 Williams 20, Colby 7 Worcester St. 20, Mass, -Dartmouth 0 SOUTH Alabama A&M 37. Savannah St. 31 Albany, Ga 26. Morehouse 10 Alcorn St. 31, Alabama St. 7 Ark.-Monticello 41, Delta St. 34 Carson-Newman 28, Presbyterian 10 Catawba 28, Mars Hill 6 Centre 14, Hanover 13 Charleston So. 17, W. Virginia St. 14, 20T Clark Atlanta 20. Kentucky St. 14 Clinch Valley 35, Chowan 8 Cumberland 28, Cumberland, Ky. 13 Ellz. City St, 14. J.C. Smith 12 Emory & Henry 20, Bridgewater.Va. 14 Guilford 24. Washington S Lee 10 Howard U. 31. Virginia St. 7 SCORES Lambuth 49, Georgetown, Ky. 24 Langston 15, Grambling St. 14 MaryvIHe, Tenn. 30, Ky. Wesleyan 25 Massachusetts 23. Richmond 17, OT McNeese St. 37, Angelo St. 23 Millsaps 20, McMurry 10 Mississippi Col. 31, Henderson St. 28 Morris Brown 26, Fort Valley St. 14 N.C. Central 21. Delaware St. 16 NW La. 33, Texas A&M Comm. 7 Newberry 34, Wingate 26 Norfolk St. 41, Bethune-Cookman 29 Rowan 21, Ferrum 9 SW Missouri St. 39, Tenn.-Martin 7 Salisbury St. 28, Methodist 21 Sewanee 17, Davidson 16 Tennessee Tech 20, Samford 10 Troy St, 37, Nicholls St. 7 Tusculum 25, W. Virginia Tech 7 Tuskegee 37, Miles 36 Va. Union 18. Fayettevllle St. 12, OT W, Kentucky 34, Austin Peay 2 Walsh 40, Sue Bennett 15 MIDWEST Adrian 29, Defiance 15 Albion 26, Wabash 0 Allegheny 26, Wittenberg 14 Anderson 27, Olivet 14 Ark -Pine Bluff 29, Cent. St., Ohio 16 Bethel, Minn. 28, Carleton 27 Buena Vista 33, William Penn 10 Butler 42, Millikin 7 Carroll, Mont. 56, Jamestown 18 Carroll, Wis. 56, Knox 29 Cent. Iowa 33. Wartburg 26 Chicago 51, Concordia, III. 7 Coe 63, Lawrence 14 Colorado Col. 16, Nebraska Weslyn 10 Concordia, Moor, 20, St. Olal 7 Cornell, Iowa 26, Ripon 14 Dayton 49, Wis.-Platteville 27 DePauw 35, Hope 7 Drake 34, San Diego 7 Dubuque 20, Concordia, St.P. 16 Elm hurst 14, III. Benedictine 0 Eureka 41, Blackburn 13 Evangel 47, Culver-Stockton 6 Evansville 34, Qulncy 21 Findlay42, Tiffin 0 ' Franklin 51, Kalamazoo 28 Grand Valley St. 36, Ferris St. 17 Grlnnell 45, Beioit 20 Hillsdale 24, Indianapolis 14 Illinois Col. 35, Lake Forest 31 Illinois St. 31, Youngstown St. 28, 20T Indiana St. 47, St. Joseph's, Ind. 14 John Carroll 52, Ohio Northern 0 Kenyon 46, Oberlin 13 Lakeland 44, Carthage 19 Loras 23, Upper Iowa 7 Macalester 14, Gustav Adolphus 12 Mankato St. 16, Nebraska-Omaha 15 Marantha Baptist 41, Prlncipia 8 Marietta 55, Capital 0 Mid-Am Nazarene 9, Cent. Methodist 0 Mo. Southern 22, Emporia St. 20 Monmouth, III. 21. St, Norbert 7 Moorhead St. 28, Wayne, Neb. 21 Morehead St. 24, Valparaiso 0 Mount Senario 41, North Park 21 Mount St. Joseph 20, Manchester 14 Mount Union 55, Baldwin-Wallace 20 Murray St. 16, SE Missouri 0 Muskingum 16. Heidelberg 13 N. Colorado 21, North Dakota 6 N. Dakota St. 34, St. Cloud St, 0 Neb.-Kearney 34, Colo. Mines 7 Northwood, Mich. 30, Ashland 27 Ohio Weslyn 41, Earlham 2 Olivet Nazarene 44, Alma 40 Otterbein 10, Hiram Col. 7, 20T S. Dakota St. 27, Augustana,S.O. 14 S. Illinois 48, Winston-Salem 18 Saginaw Val. Si. 50, Michigan Tech 14 Simpson, Iowa 52, Luther 24 Sioux Falls 49, Midland Lutheran 29 St. Francis, 111. 31, Wayne, Mich. 24 St. John's, Minn. 28, Augsburg 20 St. Thomas, Minn, 34, Hamlin 13 St. Xavier 33, McKendree 6 Taylor 20, Trl-State 7 Washburn 21, Mo. Western 7 Washington, Mo. 24, Case Western 14 Westminster, Mo. 41, Greenville 6 Wheaton, III. 21, Aurora 0 Wls.-Eau Claire 32, Winona St. 29 Wis.-LaCrosse 52, Huron 28 Wis.-Riv. Falls 38, SW Minnesota 12 Wis.-Stevens Pi 52, Bemidji St. 7 Wis,-StOut 25, Northern St.,S.O. 23 Wis. -Whitewater 40, Iowa Weslyn 14 SOUTHWEST Howard Payne 24, Hardin-Simmons 2 1 NW Oklahoma 34, Ouachita 3 Rhodes 35, Austin Col. 0 Trinity, Tex. 46, Claremont-Mudd 0 FAR WEST Adams St. 57, N Mex. Highlands 26 E. Oregon 37. Whitworth 23 Fort Lewis 24, Fort Hays St. 21 . LaVerne 34, Cal Lutheran 10 Menlo 29. Occidental 7 Montana St, 37, Mlnn.-Duluth 0 Montana Tech 23, CSU-Chico 21 N. Arizona 38, Portland St. 24 Rocky Mountain 35, Mary 28 S. Oregon 35, Puget Sound 26 St. Mary's, Cal. 28, Sonoma St. 14 W. Washington 34, Pac. Lutheran 17 Willamette 34, Cent. Washington 14

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