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FIOKOTIBAU. 3D Wisconsin State Journal Sunday, September 20, 1992 Detmer saves Colorado ox AROUND THE NATION Elvis impersonator lifts Michigan to king status All you moviegoers who have watched those Elvis impersonators in "Honeymoon in Vegas," get ready for the real thing. Michigan sophomore Todd Collins proved Saturday against Okla-' homa State he might be better than - the King. Elvis Grbac, that is. - Collins, filling in for an injured Grbac, threw two touchdown ' passes in a 35-3 victory. It was'the first start for Collins, a redshirt sophomore, who completed 29 for " 285 yards. His completion total set a school record, five better than - Bob Ptacek's 24 in 1958. ' "I was a little bit nervous," Col-' lins said. "And I threw a couple of high balls. But as I get more ex-'perience, I'll calm down and get 1 those throws down. But, for the most part, I was pretty confident." Grbac got his first start in much ' the same way. He was a redshirt - freshman in 1989 when he started four games after Michael Taylor " was injured. He went 4-0 in those ' starts and became the regular the following year. ' Paterno ready for friend V Penn State Coach Joe Paterno has a special visitor coming to State College, Pa., this week. ', No, it's not a big-name recruit. Rather, it's President George Bush. Paterno, who seconded Bush's nomination at the 1988 Republican National Convention but missed this year's meeting because of football practice, said he will , open his usually closed practices to the president if Bush wants to see the lOth-ranked Nittany Lions. "He's a friend of mine. He's a good friend, and when a friend comes to town, you see him," Pa- terno said Saturday. "I don't think I'm too busy to take time off when the president of the United States comes to town." Faulk takes out policy In order to protect his valuable legs, sophomore sensation Marshall Faulk has decided to take out an insurance policy. Not with the good hands people, :,but rather than National Collegiate "Athletic Association. Faulk, who has rushed for 519 yards in two games this season for San Diego State, has applied for a $1.8 million disability insurance policy, San Diego State Coach Al Luginbill said. Faulk, who led the nation in rushing as a freshman, would be I the first sophomore insured 'through the NCAA Exceptional 'Student-Athlete Disability Insurance Program. The program allows elite collegiate athletes to purchascinsurance without paying premiums until they turn pro or until the coverage is terminated. The NCAA program, started in 1990, is open to football players projected as first- or second-round draft picks. Baseball and basketball players projected as first-round picks also are eligible. Coughlin finds success Sure, the Green Bay Packers are struggling. But at least one former Green Bay assistant has found success. Tom Coughlin, a former wide receivers coach under Lindy Infante, watched as his Boston College team went to 3-0 with a 28-0 victory over Navy Saturday at Boston. Coughlin was 4-7 last year in his first season as Boston College's coach. Dwight Shirley ran for 149 yards and a touchdown and Chuckie Dukes contributed 119 yards and a TD for the Eagles, who had consecutive shutouts for the first time since 1956. UW's next foe wins big Rob Rugai completed 17 of 20 passes for 219 yards and ran for a touchdown and LeShon Johnson rushed for 99 yards and a score as North Illinois (2-1) Wisconsin's next opponent rolled to a 31-0 non-conference victory over Arkansas State. Johnson scored from 16 yards out midway through the first quarter, capping an 11-play, 88-yard drive. Brian Steger booted a 22-yard field goal and Rugai ran in from the 1 in the second quarter as the Huskies opened a 17-0 lead. Brigham Young's 17-10 loss at home against UCLA Saturday was the Cougars' second in a row. The last time that happened was 1971. . . . Ralph Barone set school records by passing for 318 yards and six touchdowns as Northeastern defeated Maine, 47-36, on Saturday at Orono, Maine. Compiled by Perry Hibner from State Journal wire services MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Another season, another Detmer. And more trouble for defenses across the country. Koy Detmer was supposed to sit out his freshman season with Colorado. But when the llth-ranked Buffaloes weren't able to move the ball Saturday night, Ty's younger brother took off his red shirt. Detmer, playing only the second half, completed 11 of 18 passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns, including a go-ahead 24-yarder to Charles Johnson with 12 minutes, 2 seconds left in the game, as Colorado rallied from a 17-point deficit to beat Minnesota, 21-20, in a non-conference college football game. Colorado is 3-0. Minnesota is 0-2. "I told the coach I'd like to redshirt," Detmer said, "but that I'd be willing to play if they needed me." They needed him. And Coach Bill McCartney was only too happy to trade a year of Detmer's eligibility for a victory. Big ten "I'm not sad to lose his redshirt year, not when we can win a game like that," McCartney said. "I think we'll always remember the game Koy stepped in for us." Detmer dreamed of glory while watching Ty win the Heisman Trophy in 1990. Ty had another solid season in 1991 before joining the Green Bay Packers. Koy almost followed his brother to Brigham Young but decided to go to Colorado when McCartney switched to a passing offense. "I dreamed a little bit," said Koy Detmer, who came to the Buffaloes after setting the Texas prep passing yardage mark. "But I never thought it would be like this." Colorado had to turn to Detmer because Duke Tobin, starting for injured Kordell Stewart, had a poor first half. Detmer's other scoring pass was a 49-yarder to Michael Westbrook. Minnesota had a chance to avoid its eighth consecutive loss, but Aaron Piepkorn barely missed a 55-yard field goal with 17 seconds to play. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Comp-Att-Int Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of possession Colorado 11 27-43 196 193 13-28-0 10-41 Gophers 28 43-190 262 96 26-54-4 5-45 2-2 2-0 9-53 6-45 24:10 35:50 8 8 14 7 - 21 Minnesota 8 7 18 3 - 28 Minnesota - Fisher, recovered blocked punt In end lone (Piepkorn, kick) Minnesota - FG, Piepkorn, 26 Minnesota - Com or Ice, 2, pass from Fleetwood (Piepkorn, kick) Colorado - Westbrook, 49, pass from Detmer (Blot-naux, kick) Colorado - D. Davis, 31, Interception return (Blot-tkxix, kick) Minnesota - FG, Piepkorn, 36 Colorado - CJohnson, 24, pass from Detmer (Bot-floux, kick) At. - 13,719. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: Colorado - Warren 14-47, Detmer 2-8, Tobln ll-tmlnus 12). Minnesota - Fleetwood 17-110, Carter 14-46, Darklns 10-34, Snuer 1-1, M. Smith Hmlnus 1), Passing: Colorado - Tobln 2-10-0-12, Detmer 11-18-0-184. Minnesota. - Fleetwood 26-54-4-262. Receiving: Colorado - Westbrook 8-135, C Johnson 2-29, Faurlo 2-15, Cunningham 1-17. Minnesota - Douglas 9-68, Darklns 4-35, Osterman 3-51, Lewis 3-42, Garrison 3-38, Long 2-18, Cambrlce 3-10. Tennessee rips Florida Associated Press Heath Shuler ran for two touchdowns and passed for another to lead 14th-ranked Tennessee to a 31-14 upset victory of fourth-ranked Florida in a Southeastern Conference game at Knoxville, Tenn. The Volunteers are 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the SEC. Florida, which TOP 25 had its SEC winning streak snapped at 11 games, is 1-1, 1-1. The Gators lost for only the second time in 16 SEC games since Steve Spurrier became the coach. The other defeat was a 45-3 loss against Tennessee. The game turned on two plays late in the third quarter during a driving rainstorm. Facing third down and 5 at the Tennessee 34, Shuler tossed a short swing pass to Mose Phillips, who raced 66 yards untouched to put the Volunteers ahead, 24-7, with 2:49 left. The Gators ran a fake punt on fourth-and-one from their 19 on the ensuing series. Michael Gilmore was stopped for no gain and Tennessee took over. Five plays later, Shuler scored his second touchdown and Tennessee had a 31-7 lead with 13:43 left. i r a" s'Nr ' ill Associated Press Miami fullback Stephen McGuire (30) is tripped up after an 8-yard gain. Florldd . Tennessee .. 0 7 0 7 -7 10 7 7 Tennessee - Shuler, 11, run (Becksvoort, kick) Tennessee - Stewart, 15, run ibecksvoorr, rick) Florida - Hill, 10, pass from Matthews (Edmlston, kick) Tennessee - FG, Becksvoort, 35 Tennessee - Phillips, 66, pass from Shuler (Becksvoort, kick) Tennessee - Shuler, 8, run (Becksvoort, kick) Florida - Frazier, 48, pass from Chiles (Edmlston, kick) Alt. - 97,137. Miami (Fla.) 38, Florida A&M 0 The top-ranked Hurricanes (2-0) overcame a first-half injury to Gino Torretta and routed the Division 1-AA Rattlers (2-1) in a non-conference game at Miami. Torretta was hit while completing a pass late in the first half and suffered a strained left shoulder. He sat out the rest of the game but could have returned if needed, a team trainer said. Kevin Williams, Miami's explosive receiver and kick returner, traded punches with Florida A&M tight end George Terrell on a second-quarter kickoff, and both were ejected. Florida State 34, North Carolina State 13 Charlie Ward shook off a slow start and yet another interception to pass for three long touchdowns as the third-ranked Semi-noles (3-0, 3-0) routed the 16th-ranked Wolfpact (3-1, 1-1) in an Atlantic Coast Conference game at Raleigh, N.C. The Seminoles had 13 yards of offense with about 6 minutes left in the opening half and trailed, 3-0. But Ward, who threw his ninth interception of the season in the first quarter and missed on his first five passes, led Florida State on two quick scoring drives. Ward threw three completions, the last a 60-yard TD pass to De-wayne Washington for a 7-3 lead. Four plays after the Wolfpack punted Ward found Sebastian Savage for a 32-yard TD pass just before halftime. Sean Jackson had 101 yards on 12 carries, including a 15-yard TD run midway through the fourth quarter for the Seminoles. lead until Granger's 6-yard touchdown pass to Hill with 1:22 to go in the third quarter made it 17-13. Texas A&M has won its first four games for the first time since 1978. Texas A&M.. Missouri .. .....0 ..7 3 14 9-26 1 3 8-11 Missouri - Lyons, 1, run (Jacke, kick) Missouri - FG, Jacke, 21 Texas A&M - FG, Venetoullas, 38 Texas A&M - Harrison, 73, pass from Gronger (Venetoullas, kick) Missouri - FG, Jacke, 21 Texas A&M - Hill, 6, pass from Granger (Venetoullas, kick) Texas A&M - HIIL 1, run (kick failed) Texas A&M - FG, Venetoullas, 25 Att. - 42,031. Penn State 52, Eastern Michigan 7 Richie Anderson scored twice as the lOth-ranked Nittany Lions (3-0) scored four touchdowns in the first 11 minutes and ripped the Eagles (0-3) in a non-conference game at State College, Pa. Eostem Michigan . Penn stote on ; g - Florida State . North Carolina State .. .8 14 10 10 - 34 ..0 3 1 7-13 Florida A&M . Miami (Flo.) . .8 0 0 8 - 0 ..7 31 1 7 - 38 L. Jones, 1, run (Prewttt, kick) Thomas, 10, pass from Torretta Miami (Flo.) Miami (Fla.) (kick failed) Miami (Fla.) - Thomas, 5, pass from Torretta (K. Williams, pass from Torretta) Miami (Flo.) - Bennett, 4, run (Prewltt, kick) Miami (Fla) - FG, Prewltt, 37 Miami (Fla) - Klrkelde, 2, pats from Collins (Prewltt, kick) Att. - 74,292. North Carolina Slate - FG, vldetlch, 24 Florida Slate - Vanover, 60, pats from Ward (Mo-wrev, kick) Florida Stole - Baker, 32, pass from Ward (Mo-wrev, kick) Florida State - FG, Mowrey, 21 North Carolina State - FG, Vldetlch, 41 Florida State - Baker, 44, pan from Ward (Mowrev, kick) Florida State - S. Jockson, 15, run (Mowrev, kick) Florida State - FG, Mowrev, 42 North Carolina State - Lawrence, 39, pass from Bender (Vldetlch, kick) Att. - 53,900. Texas A&M 26, Missouri 13 Jeff Granger threw for two touchdowns and sophomore Greg Hill had his eighth career 100-yard rushing day as the fifth-ranked Aggies (4-0) beat the Tigers (0-2) in a non-conference game at Columbia, Mo. Missouri led, 10-0, in the first quarter. The Aggies didn't take the .28 3 14 7 - 52 Penn State - Anderson, 5, run (pass failed) Penn Stole - Hammonds, 32, interception return (Anderson, run) Penn State - Anderson, 21, run (Fovak, kick) Penn State - McDuffle, 17, pass from Socca (Favak, kick) Penn State - FG, Favak, 23 Penn Slate - McDuffle, 38, pass from Socca (Favak, kick) Penn State - Carter, 1, run (Favak, kick) Eastern Michigan - Moss, 7, pass from Ramsey (Gardilola, kick) Penn State - Carter, 54, run (Van Allen, kick) Aft. - 94,578. Alabama 38, Arkansas 11 Derrick Lassie ran 33 yards for a touchdown on the Crimson Tide's first play and Chris Anderson turned a shovel pass into a 22-yard score as ninth-ranked Alabama (3-0, 2-0) beat the Razorbacks (1-2, 1-1) in an SEC game at Little Rock, Ark. Aktboma Arkansas . 14 14 3 7 - 38 8 8 3 8 - II Lassie, 33, run (Proctor, kick) Alabama - Anderson, 22, pass from Borker (Proctor, kick) Alabama - Buskv, 2, pass from Barker (Proctor, kick) Alabama - Lee, 5, pass from Barker (Proctor, kick) Arkansas - FG, Wright, 27 Alabama - FG, Proctor, 22 Alabama - Williams, 1, run (Proctor, kick) Arkansas - Dlckersan, 6, pass from Lunney (Dick-arson, pass from Lunney) Alt. - 55,912. Washington up to tas! SEATTLE (AP) Second-ranked Washington scored two touchdowns in 42 seconds just before halftime and the Huskies capitalized on three Nebraska turnovers to beat the 12th-ranked Cornhusk-ers, 29-14, in a non-conference college football game Saturday night. The victory extended Washington's winning streak to 17 games and continued Nebraska's drought against top teams. The Cornhuskers have lost 10 consecutive games to teams ranked in the Top Five and eight straight to Top 10 teams. Nebraska (2-1) closed to 9-7 on a 73-yard touchdown run by Calvin Jones in the second quarter, but Washington struck back with two quick scores. After Napoleon Kaufman scored on a 1-yard run with 1:29 left in the half, Washington got the ball right back on an interception by Walter Bailey at the Nebraska 47. Three plays later, Billy Joe Hobert threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Joe Kralik to give the Huskies a 23-7 lead and control of the game. Replays indicated that Kralik i r TOP 25 may have been out of bounds and may not have held onto the ball as he dove in the back of the end zone, but Nebraska didn't protest the call. Nebraska made it 23-14 on a 1-yard TD run by quarterback Mike Grant in the third quarter, but Travis Hanson kicked two field goals to put the game away. Washington, which needed a second-half rally to beat Nebraska 36-21 last year, took a 9-0 lead this time when Tommie Smith tackled Grant for a safety in the first quarter and Beno Bryant scored on a 1-yard run in the second quarter. Nebraska entered the game with the nation's top offense, averaging 559 yards and 49 points. But the Cornhuskers managed only 309 yards and 14 points against Washington's aggressive defense, which converted two fumble recoveries and an interception into 17 points. Hobert, who is now 15-0 as starter, left the game briefly after suffering a pinched nerve early in the second quarter. Backup Mark Bru- nell, who was the 1991 Rose Bowl MVP before losing his job to Hobert, directed the 80-yard scoring drive that was capped by Kaufman's scoring run late in the half. But Hobert returned, threw the key TD pass to Kralik and led the Huskies in the second half. He completed 10 of 19 passes for 155 yards, while Brunell completed all three of his passes for 27 yards. Grant completed 11 of 21 for 133 yards and was intercepted twice before an extremely noisy crowd of 73,333, the largest ever for a non-conference Washington home game. Nebraska's talented tailback tandem, Jones and Derek Brown, gained a total of 163 yards, but almost half came on Jones' long touchdown dash. Washington gained 153 yards rushing. Nebraska Washington . .8 7 ..I 31 8-14 1-29 tone Washington - Safety, T. Smith tackled Grant In end Washington - Bryant, 1, run (Hanson, kick) Nebrosko - C. Jones, 73, run (Bennett, kick) Washington - Koufman, 1, run (Hanson, kick) Washington - Kralik, 39, pass from Hobert (Hanson, kick) Nebraska - Grant, 1, run (Bennett, kick) Washington - FG, Hanson, 42 Washington - FG, Hanson, 32 Att. - 7333). r; i s V Is.- Associated Press Illinois linebacker Simeon Rice collars Houston QB Jimmy Klingler (15). Buckeyes shut down Syracuse Associated Press Ohio State's defense intercepted four passes and sacked Marvin Graves, the nation's passing-efficiency leader, six times as the 21st-ranked Buckeyes beat No. 8 Syracuse, 35-12, in a non-conference college football game Saturday night at Syracuse, N.Y. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Comp-Att-Int Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of possession Ohio State Buckeyes Orangemen 21 45-159 154 36 10-19-1 4-41 1-0 3-26 27:57 18 42-133 158 26 12-26-4 3-40 2-0 8-67 32:03 Syracuse .. 14 7 0 14 - 35 0 6 4 0 - 13 Ohio State - Stableln. 46, pass from Herbstrelt (Wil liams, kick) Ohio Stole - George, 1, run (Williams, kick) Syracuse - FG, Blskup, 24 Ohio State - Georoe, 1, run (Williams, kick) Syracuse - FG, Blskup, 32 Syracuse - Graves, I, run (run failed) Ohio State - Smith, 16, run (Williams, kick) Ohio State - George, 2, run (Williams, kick) Att. - 49,629. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: Ohio State - Smith 14-82, Cothron 6-39, Harris 10-27, Georoe 9-23, Stableln 1-10, Herbstrelt 5-(mlnus 22). Syracuse - Richardson 11-86, Walker 11-73, Woolen 3-16, DorOar 1-4, Ismail 1-3, Lee 1-1, Graves ll-lmlnus 50). Passing: Ohio State - Herbstrelt 10-19-1-154. Syracuse - Graves 12-25-4-158, Walker 0-1-0-0. Receiving: Ohio State - Stableln 3-68, Sanders 2-25, Smith 2-17, DeGraffenreld 1-17, Saunders 1-14, Beatty 1-13. Syracuse - Hill 7-122, Gednev 2-23, Ismail 1-15, Walker Wmlnus 1), Richardson Hmlnus 1). Toledo 33, Purdue 29 Casey McBeth rushed for two touchdowns and Kevin Meger passed for 305 yards and a touchdown as the Rockets (2-1) beat the Boilermakers (1-1) at West Lafayette, Ind. First downs Rushes-vords Passing yards Return yards Comp-Att-lrtt Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of possession Toledo . Rockets Boilermakers 25 40-115 305 7 33-52-0 1-36 1-1 6-68 39:37 16 27-120 193 -2 12-27-1 4-35 2-1 3-34 20:23 Purdue . .3 12 10 8 - 33 .8 10 11 6-29 Toledo - FG, norma, 27 Toledo - FG, Norma. 39 Purdue - Coleman, 3, run (O'Learv, kick) Toledo - McBeth, 2, run (pass failed) Purdue - FG, O'Learv, 41 Toledo - FG, Hanna, 20 Purdue - Dennis, 13, pass from Pike (pass failed) Toledo - Goodwin, 15, pass from Meger (Hanna, kick) Purdue - Alstott, 6, pass from Pike (O'Learv, kick) Toledo - FG, Hanna, 51 Purdue - FG, O'Learv, 20 Toledo - McBeth, 6, run (Brunswick, past from Meger) Purdue - FG, O'Leary, 31 Att. - 37,715. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: Toledo - McBeth 19-45, Parker 9-33, Meger 7-32. Purdue - J. Hill 15-108. Passing: Toledo - Meger 33-52-0-305. Purdue -Pike 12-27-1-193. Receiving: Toledo - Goodwin 13-134, Brunswick 6-71, Bronsford 4-49, Boyd 4-28. Purdue - Calloway 3-61, J. Hill 3-55, Alstott 3-42, Dennis 3-35. Notre Dame 52, Michigan State 31 Rick Mirer threw for three first-half touchdowns and Lee Bec-ton returned a kickoff 78 yards for another score as the seventh-ranked Irish (2-0-1) rolled over the Spartans (0-2) in a non-conference game at East Lansing, Mich. First downs Rushes-vords Passing yards Return yards Comp-Att-Int Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of possession 22 45-178 331 24 le-30-1 3-44 2-0 5-40 28:14 28 42-252 231 7 23-41-2 3-27 1-0 5-59 31:46 Notre Dome 21 17 7 7 - 52 Michigan stale 3 7 8 11 - 31 Notre Dame - McBride, 4, pass from Mirer (Hon- trlch, kick) Michigan Stale - FG, Del Verne, 4 Notre Dame - Dawson, 7, pass from Mirer (Hen- trlch, kick) Notre Dame - Becton, 4, run (Hentrlch, kick) Notre Dame - Griggs, 39, pass from Mirer (Hentrlch, kick) Notre Dome - FG, Hentrlch, 26 Michigan Slate - Roliin, I, pass from Miller (Del Verne, kick) Notre Dome - Becton, 78, kickoff return (Hentrlch, kick) Notre Dome - Brooks, 6, run (Hentrlch, kick) Notre Dome - Mayes, 38, pass from McDougol (Hentrlch, kick) Michigan State - Thomas, 16, run (Del Verne, kick) Michigan State - Duckett, IS, run (Del Verne, kick) Michigan State - Thomas, 3, run (Del Verne, kick) Att. - 76,188. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: Notre Dome - Bettls 14-76, Brooks 10-54, Becton 9-34, Zellars 3-8, Loiano 2-6, Flalla 1-4, Lytte 1-3, McDougol 2-0, Burrls 2-(mlnus 4), Miller Hmlnus 5). Michigan State - Thomas 21-146, Duckett 14-94, Miller S-12, Goulbourne 1-1, Greene Hmlnus-1). Passing: Notre Dame - Mirer 13-75-1-260, McDougol 2-2-0-52, Falllo 1-3-0-19. Michigan State - Miller 23-41-2-731. Receiving: Notre Dome - Dawson 5126, Grloos 1-71, Smith 2-21, McBride 2-11, 1. Moves 1-38, C. Johnson 1-23, Jorrell 1-19. Bettls 1-8. Michigan State - Coleman 7-76, MocFarland 4-43, Rollin 415, Muhammad 2-34, Moiln 2-23, Grabowskl 2-16, Greene 1-13, Abrams 1-9. Michigan 35, Oklahoma State 3 Todd Collins, filling in for injured Elvis Grbac, threw two touchdown passes and set a school record for completions as the sixth-ranked Wolverines (1-0-1) routed the Cowboys (1-1) in a non-conference game at Ann Arbor, Mich. First downs Rushes-vords Passing yards Return yards Comp-Att-M Punts royl wolverines 8 26 15-67 44-216 120 215 24 107 12-22-3 29-42-1 7-42 2-44 BIG TEN Fumbies-lost Penalties-yards Time of possession Oklahoma Stole . Michigan .. 2-1 4-4 10-70 6-65 27:52 12KM 8 (18-1 8 14 7 14 - 35 Michigan - Alexander, 4, pass from Collins (Ele iovlc, kick) Michigan - Alexander, 44, past from Colllnt (Ele-sovlc, kick) Oklahoma State - FG, Vaughn, 34 Michigan - Powert, 23, run (Eleiovlc, kick) Michigan - Powers, 5, run (Elexovlc kick) Michigan - Davis, 1, run (Eleiovlc, kick) Att. - 104,253. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: Oklahoma Stale - Denton 18-33, Williams 5-22, White 3-10, Loveland 1-8, Spati 1-2, Franks 1-1, Porter 6-(mlnus 9). Michigan - Powers 13-64, Johnson 17-64, Smith 1-36, Legem) 4-21, Davis 4-17, Foster 3-16, Collins 2-(mlnus 2). Passing: Oklahoma State - Porter 10-17-1-111, Loveland 2-5-2-9. Michigan - Collins 29-42-1-285. Receiving: Oklohoma State - Milliner 3-58, Culver 3- 47, Jones 2-8, Denson 2-(minus 6), Thomas 1-9, Keith 1- 4. Michigan - Alexander 7-103, McGee 5-32, Smith 4- 44, Malveaux 3-30, Johnson 3-10, Powers 2-24, Haves 2- 23, Toomer 2-15, Burk holder 1-4. Houston 31, Illinois 13 Quarterbacks Jimmy Klingler and Donald Douglas ignited the offense and walk-on Trace Craft kicked three field goals as the host Cougars (1-1) avenged last year's 51-10 loss by beating the Illini (2-1). First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Comp-Att-Int Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of possession Illinois . Illlnl Cougars Houston . 19 43-70 165 20 12-27-1 6-31 1-1 11-17 31:46 7 8 8-11 -4 1 7 15 - 11 17 27-183 262 9 25-34-1 2-33 Houston - FG. Craft. 37 Illinois - Lester, 1, run (Richardson, kick) Houston - FG, Craft, 42 Houston - FG, Craft, 38 Houston - Douglas, 6, run (Craft, kick) Houston - Dixon, fumble recovery In end zone (Craft, kick) Illinois - Bover, 1, run (pott failed) Houston - Safety, Vorduico tackled In end lone Houston - Peters, 70, pass from Douglas (no extra-point attempt) Aft. - 25,931. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: Illinois - Jackson 9-63, Feooln 8-54, Bover 13-40. Houston - Sanders 5-85, Douglas 9-66, McPborson 4-35. Passing: Illinois - Verduzco 10-23-1-134, Kinney 2-4-0-29. Houston - Klingler 15-21-1-131, Douglas 10-13-0-129. Receiving: Illinois - Wright 5-71, Bover 4-44. Houston - Smith 4-27, Sondert 5-54, Jack 5-30, Good 2-34, D. Adams 2-24, Gilbert 2-14. Stanford 35, Northwestern 24 Steve Stenstrom threw for two touchdowns and 297 yards to lead the 18th-ranked Cardinal (2-1) over the Wildcats (0-3) in a non-conference game at Stanford, Calif. Wildcats Cardinal 16 23 41-163 42-198 53 315 135 11 10-20-0 21-31-1 5-19 4-39 1-1 0-0 1-11 8-48 28:17 31:43 First downs Rusries.vards Passing yards Return yards Comp-Att-Int Punts Fumbles-lost Penalttes-vards Time of possession 8 18 4 1-24 7 14 14 8-35 Lasley, 31, pass from Stenstrom Northwestern Stanford . Stanford - (Abrams. kick) Stanford - Mllburn, 1, run (Abrams, kick) Northwestern - FG, Leahv, 19 Northwestern - Williams, 22, run (Leahv, kick) Stanford - Armour, 9, pass from Stenstrom (Abrams, kick) Stanford - Roberts, 2, run (Abrams, kick) Stanford - Mllburn, 10, run (Abrams, kick) Northwestern - Gamble, 4, pots from Williams (pass failed) Northwestern - Glssendoner, 72, punt return (Wright, run) Att. - 42,1987. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: Northwestern - Lundy 13-102, WlllkJms 12-57, P. Wright 1-8, T. Smith 8-4, Glssendoner Hmlnus 1), Robinson Hmlnus 9). Stanford - Mllburn 19-111, Roberts 12-45, Lasley 4-22, Butterfleld 11, Stenstrom 4-tmlnue 1). Passing: Northwestern - Williams 10-20-1-51. Stanford - Stenstrom 21-29-2-797, Butterfleld 2-2-0-11. Receiving: Northwestern - Glssendoner 5-23, Lundy 2-8, Burke 1-10, Gamble 1-4, Cross 1-4. Stanford - Lasley 7-72, Armour 4-124, Wetnlght 4-48, Cook 3-44, Mllburn 1-13, Cllne 1-7, Shaw 1-4. Kentucky 37, Indiana 25 Donnie Redd rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown on seven carries, but it took a 36-yard interception return for a touchdown by Marty Moore with 1:20 remaining in the game to ensure a victory for the Wildcats (2-1) over the Hoosiers (1-1) in a non-conference game at Lexington, Ky. First downs Rushes-vords Posslng yards Return yords Comp-Att-Int Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of possession Hoosiers Wildcats II 14 14-40 49-241 294 104 17 102 28-41-2 5-11-1 4-41 t-19 l-l l-l 4 39 3-35 32:14 27:44 18 8 11 - IS .14 t I 18 - 17 Kentucky Kentucky - Hood, 1, run (Petfrev, kick) Kentucky - Rlalll, 39, run (Petfrev, kick) Indiana - FG, Bonnell, 44 Indiana - Lewis, 21, pott from Green (Bannen, kick) Kentucky - FG, Pelfrey, 40 Kentucky - Jones, 1, run (Pelfrey, kick) Kentucky Redd, 34, run (Pelfrey, kick) Indiooe - Holes, 3, pots from Green (Bonnell, kick) Indiana - Lewis, 1 1, pass from Green (McGowon, pass from Green) Kentucky - Moore, 34, past Interception (run failed) Att. - 58,450. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: Indiana - Pride 10-32, Law 1-33. Kentucky - Redd 7-104, Hood 10-18, Blaul 3-31, Jones 15-34. Passing: Indiana - Green 28-41-2-294. Kentucky - Jones 4-8-0-96, Hock man 1-5-1-8. Receiving: Inoiono - Lewis 12-129, Holes 2-9, Mc&owon S-113. Kertucky - Redd 3-54, Page 1-M.

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