Dayton Daily News from Dayton, Ohio on November 7, 1982 · 15
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6-C DAYTON DAILY NEWS Sun.. Nov. 7. 1982 Winless Kentucky falls to Vanderbilt by 23-10 in SEC LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) Whit Taylor threw a pair of touchdown passes and Ricky Anderson kicked three field goals as Vanderbilt routed winless Kentucky 23-10 in a Southeastern Conference football game Saturday. Vanderbilt safety Manuel Young set up touchdown and field goal with two of the Commodores' five pass interceptions. The victory boosted Vanderbilt to 5-3 overall and 3-2 in the SEC Kentucky fell to 0-8-1 and 0-4. Anderson's 22-yard field goal gave Vandy a 3-0 lead with 5:04 remaining in the first quarter. KERRY BAIRD fumbled the ensuing kickoff at the Kentucky 19-yard line and Taylor passed 10 yards to Allama Matthews four plays later. Anderson's kick made it 10-0. Chris Caudell's 41-yard field goal ; got Kentucky on the scoreboard with 10:10 remaining in the half. Four minutes later, Young picked off a Randy Jenkins pass at the Kentucky 42 and returned It 15 yards. That set up Anderson's 43-yard field goal, which gave the Commodores a 13-3 halftime lead. Duke wins, records fall DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Chris Castor set two ACC records Saturday as ". he converted 11 pass receptions into 283 yards and three touchdowns to lead Duke to a 46-26 victory over Wake Forest. Castor's TDs gave him 13, bettering the ACC single-season mark of 12 set by Wake's Kenny Duckett in 1980. His yardage topped .", the 271 gained by the Deacons' Wayne - Baumgardner against South Carolina, also in 1980. Duke is 5-4 (2-2) while Wake fell to 3-6 (0-5). Tennessee embarrasses foe KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Alan Cockrell and Willie Gault scored touchdowns and Fuad Reveiz kicked five field goals, Including shots of 52 and 54 yards, to give Tennessee a 29-3 victory over Memphis State in a non-conference college football game (1 Saturday. The victory Improved Tennessee's record to 4-3-1. Independent Memphis State, which with 16 consecutive defeats has the longest losing streak in major college football, fell to ;0-9. Crambling catches victory GRAMBLING, La. (AP) Trumalne Johnson, who caught one of Hollls Brent's two touchdown passes, set Louisiana and school pass reception records Saturday in Grambllng State's 36-14 homecoming football victory i over Alabama State. Grambling A A, ; improved to 7-2 for the season. Ala-! bama State slid to 2-5-1. ; E. Ky. survives, 34-17 j COOKEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) East-' em Kentucky's Micky Yeast scored I three touchdowns as the nation's top-! ranked NCAA Divison I-AA football ! team survived a mild scare to stop ! Tennessee Tech 34-17 In an Ohio Val- ley Conference football game Saturday ! afternoon. The Colonels are 6-0 in the ; OVC. Tech lost its fifth straight game , to fall to 3-6 overall and 1-4 in the conference. o , South Ga. Tech slips by Virginia ATLANTA (AP) Georgia Tech sophomore tailback Robert Lavette scampered for 136 yards and four touchdowns Saturday as the Yellow Jackets edged the Virginia Cavaliers 38-32. Lavette scored on runs of 12, 1 and 8 yards in the first half and 1 yard in the third. The four TDs set a single-season school record for TDs with 15, snapping the previous mark of 12 set in 1966 by Lenny Snow. Citadel stands firm, 24-20 CULLOWHEE, N.C. (AP) Hank Rhame's 42-yard field goal in the fourth quarter blunted a Western Carolina rally Saturday and gave The Citadel a 24-20 Southern Conference football victory over Western Carolina. The Citadel raised its record to 5-4, 3-2 in the Southern Conference. Western Carolina fell to 5-5 and 3-2. Middle Tennessee romps BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) Albert Lane scored the game's first touchdown after a blocked punt, igniting Middle Tennessee toward a 31-16 romp over Western Kentucky. The Blue Raiders, 7-3, built a 24-0 edge before Western Kentucky, 4-5, managed a pair of fourth-quarter scores on Ralph Antone passes. Marshall noses out VMI LEXINGTON, Va. (AP) Scott La-Tulip booted three field goals, including a 33-yarder with 41 seconds remaining, to enable Marshall's Thundering Herd to salvage a 22-20 Southern Conference victory over Virginia Military Institute's Keydets on Saturday. Marshall upped Its season record to 3-6, and 1-4 in the conference. VMI fell to 1-3 in league play and 4-5 overall. Auburn runs over Rutgers AUBURN, Ala. (AP) Freshman Bo Jackson ran four yards for one touchdown and raced 53 yards to set up another Saturday as Auburn took aim at its first bowl bid In eight years with a 30-7 victory over Rutgers. The Tigers raised their record to 7-2, while the Scarlet Knights dropped to 5-4. Air Force rushes by Army WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) Air Force's Jody Simmons rushed for 96 yards, including 37 yards for a touchdown, while teammates Mike Brown and Marty Louthan scored on runs of 1 and 6 yards, respectively, as the Falcons trounced Army 27-9 In a college football game Saturday. The victory tied the series between the service academies at 8-8-1. Air Force now has a 6-4 record, while Army Is 4-5. JOIN CARL DAY FOR A MERRY CARIBBEAN HOLIDAY December 11-18 Visit a new and exciting island each day! San Juan St. Maarten Martinique Barbados St. Lucia Antiqua St. Thomas Call Now . . . Take advantage of last year's low price which includes your stateroom aboard the World Renaissance, all meals on board, tips, transfers, plus round trip airfare from Dayton to San Juan. fl , i mm m r ' m -. a I H .. . . " v. it ! R - . . W 1 " ' tlf I J:-' j) B 224-2888 or your nearest m Worldwide Travel Office Brought to you by and 7 r1 n ms. World Wide Travel . in I in-- :jir mm mmm-, .M.M,mm m.v m y SP"" . u g.,,;.4 iN : ; ; W r J IX vV W0 V ' , 4 try ' Jfis?' L'v-.LJil-. I.--- '- A Rozier outlook for the 'Huskers Nebraska T running back Mike Rozier (30) leaves coin, Nebr. The Cornhuskers rolled to a 48-10 tri-the Oklahoma Stata Cowboys In a cloud of dust as he umph (story on Page 3C). breaks loose for 44 yards in Saturday's game at Lin- Arizona surprises Stanford STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Brian Holland fooled Stanford with an 11-yard touchdown pass from his halfback position and also ran for two touchdowns in a late scoring flurry which gave the Arizona Wildcats a 41-27 Pacific 10 victory over Stanford Saturday. - Stanford took a 27-13 lead early In the final period when Vincent White ran 22 yards for a touchdown on a draw play. But Arizona, which remained in contention for the conference title with its victory, struck back quickly as Tom Tunnicliffe passed to tight end Mark Keel on a 63-yard scoring play. The Wildcats, 5-2-1 this season, tied the score with 5 minutes remaining. Holland plunged 1 yard to end a 72-yard touchdown drive. Stanford's Ken Williams fumbled on the ensuing kickoff return, and Bryan Evans recovered for Arizona to set up the go-ahead touchdown pass by Holland. After the Holland-to-Tunnlcliffe scoring pass, Arizona got the ball back by intercepting a pass, and Holland scored on a 2-yard run. John Elway of Stanford threw his 20th touchdown pass of the season in the first quarter and set an NCAA record for career completions, with 22 raising his total to 720. Arizona made its Pac-10 record 3-1-1. Stanford fell to 3-2 and is 5-4 for all games. Cougars devour winless Ducks EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Cedrick Brown Jumped on an Oregon fumble in the end zone in the third quarter for the game's only touchdown Saturday as Washington State struggled to a 10-3 Pacific 10 Conference football victory over the winless Ducks. The victory was Washington State's first since Its season opener against Idaho. The Cougars are 2-6-1 overall and 1-3-1 In the conference. The Ducks dropped to 0-6 in the Pac-10 and 0-8-1 for the season. Rushing record set as Utah wins SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Ken Vierra threw four touchdown passes and Carl Monroe set a school sea- 1 Far West son rushing record as host Utah downed Utah State, 42-10, in non-conference football Saturday. Utah, of the Western Athletic Conference, improved its season record to 4-5, while Utah State, of the Pacific Coast Athletic Association, now stands at 5-3 for the year. BYU holds off Wyoming, 23-13 PROVO, Utah (AP) Quarterback Steve Young passed for one touchdown and ran for another as Brigham Young held off a second-half Wyoming rally to post a 23-13 Western Athletic Conference victory Saturday. BYU leads the WAC with a 6-3 (5- , 1) record; Wyoming is 4-6 (2-6). Rebels nip Colorado State, 36-31 FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) Sophomore Randall Cunningham passed for four touchdowns and repeatedly got Nevada-Las Vegas out of poor field position with booming punts, leading the Rebels (2-6) to a 36-31 upset over Colorado State (4-5) In college football Saturday. UNLV, which apitalized on the CSU turnovers to jump out to a 14-0 lead in the first five minutes of the game. Penn upsets Colgate PHILADELPHIA (AP) Cornerback Tim Chambers intercepted three passes and safety Ross Armstrong picked off two others to lead Pennsylvania to a 21-13 upset win over Colgate at Franklin Field Saturday in the first college football meeting ever between the two schools. The victory gives the Quakers a 6-2 record, and insures their first winning season since 1977, while Colgate dropped to 5-3. Q. 1 Southwest Houston trampled ,1 by Texas, 500 : AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Quarterback Robert Brewer threw two touchdown passes and scored on a 1-yard sneak, which he set up with a key third-down pass, as Texas whipped Houston 50-0 in Southwest Conference football Saturday. Texas' attacking defense forced seven Houston turnovers and stopped a Cougar offense that had averaged 20 points a game. The victory margin was the greatest ever in a Texas-Houston game. A wind gusting to 20 mph dictated much of the offense, blowing aside a 25-yard Houston field goal and causing a short Houston kickoff and punt that led to Texas touchdowns. Offensive subs played the final 20 minutes for Texas, which hiked its season record to 5-2, 3-1 in the SWC. Houston fell to 3-5-1 and 2-3-1. Texas Tech wins with kick FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) Specialist Ricky Gann booted a 27-yard field goal with 32 ' seconds left to give Texas Tech a topsy-turvy 16-14 victory over Southwest Conference rival Texas Christian. Tech quarterback Jim Hart used Anthony Hutchison like a sledgehammer and guided the Red Raiders 58 yards in 13 plays to set up Gann's game-winning kick. The triumph hiked the Raiders' season record to 4-5 and their SWC mark to 3-3. TCU, losing for the first time at home this year, is 3-6 and 2-4. Q Midwest Missouri coasts COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Sophomore quarterback Marlon Adler drilled two touchdown passes to James Caver to cap a 25-point second quarter and send Missouri to a 35-14 victory Saturday over Colorado in Big Eight football. Adler's strikes of 20 and 13 yards came a minute and 40 seconds apart, constructing a 35-0 Missouri advantage at halftime. The Tigers, winning their first in five weeks, coasted to their first conference triumph. The outcome left Missouri with a 4-3-2 record overall and a 1-2-2 record in the Big Eight as Colorado dipped to 1-7-1 and 0-4-1. Kansas upsets Iowa State LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Frank Seurer engineered three second-half scoring drives and E.J. 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