Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 2, 1977 · Page 18
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 2, 1977
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, Logansporf. Jnd. Sunday. Octobers, ifn Rochester Upsets 26- 7 1 Colorado Wins <Be,fcr^iF «•*• WEST POINT. N.Y.lUPD- Hall was 15-of-32 for 1«0 v; By TONY BARKER SUM Sports Writer ROCHESTER-A little rain didn't stop the Rochester Zebras from upsetting previously undefeated Go.sh«! 26-7 Friday night. The rain. In fact, probably helped by slowing both teams lo a crawl by the final quarter, but only alter the Zebras had taken al*-7haMtimo)ead. The Z's took advantage of five Goshen turnovers in the second quarter to score three times in M many minutes at the close of the first hall. Goshen drew first blood as Dave Edlund went across at Z:OB In the first quarter to complete a 76-yard drive and raise fears among the homecoming crowd thai ihe Syracuse Drops Illinois CHAMPAIGN, III. (UP!) Bob Avery boiled over for two touchdowns and junior Dave Jacobs added three field goals. including the longest of his career, to give underdog Syracuse a 30-20 win over Illinois Saturday. Illinois stayed close in the final three quarters, but two early Syracuse scoring drives set up by Illinois miscues put the Fighting Illini in a hole. The Orangemen scored the first (wo times they had Ihe ball in the first quarter. A fumble by Illinois' starting quarterback Mike McCray on his own :ifi yard line set up the first score. Syracuse's Bill Hurley rolled out after seven plays and hit split end Mike Jones with a 32 yard touchdown pass. Jacobs added the extra point, the first of it points he had or the day. Jacobs capped his day with a career long 56 yard field goal late in the third quarter and added "a 28 yarder with Ihree minutes left in the game. • Syracuse took a 10-0 lead ir the first quarter when anofhei Illini mlscue turned Ihe ball over. Kurt Sieger, who replaced McCray for the rest of the game, let go an errant pass to split end John Peach that was Intercepted by Larry King and returned 37 yards. Jacobs then kicked a 25 yard field goal. Avery scored his first touchdown from the two in the second quarter to end an 80 yard,; 17 play drive that required only one pass play. With only 52 seconds left In . the half, Illinois came back to | 17-7 when Sieger, on the Syracuse four, pitched back to running back James Coleman.' Coleman lofted a pass to light end Lee Boeke In the end zone. Coleman alto ended the game with 105 yards in 20 carrys, the game's leading rusher. The two teams traded scoring drives early. In the second half. Syracuse scored first with Avery's second touchdown, this one froni the three yard line. visitors would roll to (heir sixth straight victory. It especially looked that way early in the second quarter as the Z's got to the two-yard line but failed lo get across, giving Goshen the ball on downs. But Goshen fumbled on its first possession, providing the Z's a secontf chance which proved fruitless as the first in a scries of penalties against both benches pushed the Zebras lo the 35 and a punt situation. Goshen got Ihe ball again and this time got off two plays before another fumble gave the Z's the ball on the 30. From there, the Zebras marched to the one, from which Chris Walley went across to score at 2: 48 in the quarter. After the kickoff. yel another Goshen fumble gavc.the Zebras the ball again at the six from which Walley again went across just 42 seconds later. . Again Goshen got only two plays oil before the Z's Ken Smith picked off a pass and ran down to the six. Rochester got • to the : one before a ipenally threw them back to the six on fourth down. Dan Beck then ran around the left end to score with 42 seconds left in the half. . The rain started falling during halftimc ceremonies in Badgers Handle Wildcats MADISON. Wis. tUPJ) Steve Velth's 33-yard field goal and Anthony Dudley's-47-yard scoring pass to David Charles sparked Wisconsin to a !»•? Big Ten Conference victory over .stubborn Northwestern. The victory was .the fourth straight' for the 20th Tanked Badgers. Northwestern droppedto<M . ; . Veith's field goal, set up by Paul Martin's 16-yard punt.' broke a 10-10 tie with 9:34 left tit the third quarter. Then, with 8:W left in the game. Dudley bit Charles over the middle to clinch the victory. ' A short- time later, the Badgers blocked another punt. and Vetth connected from the 27-yard Une. : Northwestern stunned Wisconsin by driving 80 yardsto, take a 7-0 lead early .In the game. Freshman tailback Dave Mlahler gained 84 yards on.the drive. Including a 41-yard run' around end to the. Badgers' 6. Three play* later, fullback Matt Reittuk scored from the 1. Mtahler. making his first 'start, gained too yards in the lint half. But the wildcats' 'hopes suffered a setback midway through the second . quarter when quarterback BUI Dterberfer went out with an , ankle Injury. He was replaced ; by Scott StraiMki, whose ;" • "was hampered by. a SAVE*2 Mechanic's Creeper mi inuv* .iriMiilif IWliihh iintfi-r far. Sil finlr Knih (>,li,h,r »<h which Lori Morgan was crowned hompcominjj queen. Goshen got its passing game going early in the second half and drove to the Zebra four. Then Dave O'Brien led a Zebra sack for a nine yard loss. Two Goshen passes fell incomplete, giving the Z's Ihc ball on downs at the 18. Prom there, as the rain made things slick, it was simply a mailer-of Rochester protecting its lead. • r Early in -the fourth quarter. the Zebras attempted to artd some insurance but couldn't get in from the two, giving Goshon Ihe ball on downs. But the wet field stalled the offcnsc.'SettinR SAVE 50' Windshield Wiper Blade* tip the only" (Josnen punt of the evening. Goshen soon recovered ;i Zebra fumble but stalled again, setting up :> second punt which was fumble.d. setting-up a -13- yard drive which gave the Zebras their final score when Walley wen! over from ihc one with 1:55 to piay putting (he game out of roach. Dan Bock was the top ground gainer for the Rochester learn With 87 yards. •; The homecoming victory puts the Z's at 4-2 overall and 2-2 in Ihe Northern Lakes Conference. They 'visit Northwestern next week. Goshen 'falls lo 4-1 in league play, 5-1 overall, and will visit East Noble next week. Summary Goshni Rochester Stats FirslDowns 12 Yds Rushing ~ 216 Yds Passing 70 Total Offente 386 Passes-Gimp 7-5 Intercepted By 3 FmOtt-Lost 2-2 PttllS-Avg. , 2-35 Peiultits-Vds MS Scoring : G-Edlund. 2 run < RUey kick) R-W«lley,JniniBinglekicki R-Wi)tey.6nimkick failed! R-Bert,Sruniklck failed! R-Wal)ey. 1 run I Wallers kick i 7 0 0 ft- 7 0 19 0 7-26 Roch Gosn 9 M 52 136 11-1 0 3-3 MS WEST POINT. N.Y. (UP!) Mark Haynes ran 97 yards with an intercepted pass tor a touchdown and . wingback Howard Ballage ran for scores of 10 and 59 yards in the rain Saturday lo lead sixth-ranked Colorado io a :ii-o rout of Army. Ballage outrushed thc-entire Army team with 128 yards on 15 carries as compared to 121 by the Cadets. Ballage. making his first start of the season, also caught two passes for 24 yards as Colorado boosted its record Io4-0. Colorado, a three-TD favorite over 2-2 Army, has not won its first four games since 1971 when the Buffaloes finished third in thenalion. Cadet • quarterback l^eamon Hall was is-of-32 for l«o yards but four of his passes were intercepted—three in the second half when Haynes went all the way— and was sacked six times' by the Buffaloes' defense. Pete Dadiolis. who kicked all four .extra points, started th* scoring four minutes into the game with a 25-yard field goal. Colorado only led !<M> at halftime following Ballage's lo-yarc TD run at 4:0i of (he second quarter. 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