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'VUv Big Ten victories TOP25 (11) Arkansas 38 Rice 17 HOUSTON Derek Russell scored two 15-yard touchdowns and James Rouse broke tie with an 11-yard run to lead llth-ranked Arkansas to a Southwest Conference victory over Rice Arkansas (7-1 overall and 4-1 in the SWC) defeated the Owls (I-7-1 1-5) for the ninth consecutive year Auburn 10 Florida 7 AUBURN Ala Reggie Slack threw a fourth-down 25-yard touchdown pass to Shayne Wasden with 26 seconds left and 12th-ranked Auburn escaped with a 10-7- victory over 19th-rajiked Florida to keep its Southeastern Conference title hopes alive California 29 (15) Arizona 28 BERKELEY Calif Troy career-high 372 yards passing lifted California from a 21-0 deficit and set up Greg winning touchdown run with 8:56 to play as the Bears stunned 15th-ranked Arizona- (17) Houston 55 Texas Christian 10 FORT WORTH Texas Andre Ware passed for six touchdowns and safety Chris Ellison intercepted three passes as 17th-ranked Houston coasted to a Southwest Conference victory over Texas Christian (20) Texas 63 Southern Meth 14 COLLEGE STATION Texas -Darren Lewis rushed for 126 yards scored two touchdowns and lofted a halfback scoring pass all in the first half as 20th-ranked Texas University rolled to a Southwest Conference victory over outmanned Southern Methodist (21) Clemson 35 North Carolina 3 CHAPEL HILL NC Senior tailback Joe Henderson ram for a career-high 163 yards and 'three touchdowns as No 21 Clemson used the Atlantic Coast leading rushing offerise to defeat league rival North the associated press Colorado's Darian Hagan is tackled by Nebraska's Mike Murray yesterday in the first half Colorado proves gwroit Buffaloes slips past Nebraska to stay unbeaten IOWA CITY Iowa Wagner Lester scored two touchdowns and quarterback Jeff George shredded defense for 302 yards and a touchdown yesterday to lead No 8 Illinois to a 31-7 Big Ten victory over the Hawkeyes Illinois (5-0 in the Big Ten and 7-1 overall) faces co-Big Ten leader Michigan next week Iowa fell to 2-3 4-4 Lester scored on a one-yard plunge with 12 seconds before intermission to put Illinois up 21-0 His second score a 26-yard burst around right end came with four minutes to play George who completed 28 of 44 drove the Illini 95 yards for their first score a one-yard touchdown run by Howard Griffith at 5:09 before halftime (4) Michigan 42 Purdue 27 ANN ARBOR Mich Fourth-ranked Michigan became the second school in NCAA history to win 700 games as Tony Boles scored three touchdowns one on an 85-yard kickoff return and the Wolverines held off Purdue and red-hot freshman Eric Hunter Hunter a true freshman making his first start became the first quarterback ever to pass for four touchdowns in a game against the Wolverines Hunter completed 27 of 42 for 344 yards including three touchdowns in the fourth quarter He was intercepted twice (6) Florida St 35 Carolina 10 TALLAHASSEE Fla Peter Tom Willis passed for a career-high 362 yards and three touchdowns and Paul Moore ran for two more as sixth-ranked Florida State won its seventh straight game with a victory over South Carolina Willis who completed 25 of 38 passes became the first Florida State quarterback to pass for more than 300 yards four times in a season Kim Hammond and Gary Huff had previously done it three times apiece (7) Miami Fla 40 East Carolina 10 MIAMI Quarterbacks Craig Erickson and Gino Torretta helped by a strong running game each directed three scoring drives as the No 7 Miami bounced beat East Carolina (9) Southern Cal 48 Oregon St 6 LOS ANGELES Todd Marin-ovich threw for three first-half touchdowns as ninth-ranked Southern Cal rolled to a victory over Oregon State and took clear command of the Pacific-10 title race game average Colorado which was No 3 nationally in rushing with a 376 average gained 205 yards on the ground just did not have a lot of bounces go our way Nebraska coach Tom Osborne said two punt returns and that one Colorado punt that bounced 70 yards are good firepower came through the air as Gdowski completed touchdown passes of 51 12 and 26 yards The senior quartern back was 11 of 27 for a career-high 211 yards Colorado took a 27-21 lead on 28-yard field goal with 8:47 left in the game Nebraska drove into Colorado territory on its last two possessions but the first drive stalled at the 26 and the final march ended when Hail Mary pass front the 42 was knocked down by McCloughan Colorado which led 1714 at halftime scored on its opening drive of the second half after Campbell returned a Nebraska punt 55 yards to the Cornhusker 19 47-yard return set up another Colorado touchdown in the first quarter both returns once I got to the corner it was clear he said Gdowski was broken up by Dave McCloughan in the Colorado end zone on the final play of the game Colorado fans ran onto Folsom Field and tore down both goalposts down to the last play I felt just the way it was supposed to McCartney said was scared to death he was going to catch that ball thankful McCloughan was Tailback JJ Flannigan ran for two touchdowns and Ken Culbertson kicked a pair of field goals for Colorado The Buffaloes have dedicated their season to former quarterback Sal Aunese who died of cancer Sept 23 The win offset the performance of Gdowski who threw three touchdown passes for Nebraska It is the first time in 28 years that Colorado has beaten Oklahoma and Nebraska in the same season The Buffaloes defeated the Sooners 20-3 last week in Norman be able to compete with those two programs that meets our loftiest McCartney said two of the top five programs in the country every Nebraska outgained Colorado 397-227 but most of the yardage was through the air Nebraska was held to 186 yards on the ground less than half of its nation-leading 400-yard per College football scores East Alfred 24 Canisius 7 American Inti 26 Shepherd 20 Bates 10 Bowdoin 0 Bentley 21 MIT 20 Boston 30 Maine 28 Bucknell 54 Lafayette 33 Camegie-Mellon 17 Wash Jeff 7 Catholic 58 Siena 18 "Clarion 43 California Pa 25 Colby 43 Middlebury 22 Colgate 46 Lehigh 30 Connecticut 21 Delaware 17 Curry 19 Nichols 13 Dartmouth 13 Columbia 12 Dickinson 35 Gettysburg 14 Duquesne 26 St Francis Pa 6 East Stroudsburg 17 Cheyney 0 Edinboro 62 Slippery Rock 7 Fairmont St 24 Bowie St 10 Fitchburg St 10 Worcester St 3 Framingham St 28 Westfield St 21 Gallaudet 42 Marist 24 Glenville St 18 Newport News 7 Grove City 14 Waynesburg 9 Harvard 27 Brown 14 Hobart 13 Gannon 0 Hofstra 42 Fordham 35 Holy Cross 46 Northeastern 13 Indiana Pa 48 Bloomsburg 0 Iona 32 Kings Point 19 Ithaca 28 Cortland St 0 Juniata 21 Wilkes 7 x'-' Lebanon Val 38 Delaware Val 26 Lock Haven 10 Shippensburg 3 Lowell 26 Mass-Boston 0 I Massachusetts 17 Richmond 14 Millersville 59 Kutztown 31 Moravian 35 Albright 15 Muhlenberg 24 FDU-Madison 8 New Hampshire 13 Villanova 12 New Haven 62 Virginia Union 25 Penn St 19 West Virginia 9 Plymouth St 34 Maine Maritime 14 Princeton 30 Penn 8 Ramapo 34 Upsala 7 Rhode Island 19 Towson St 6 Rochester 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Louisville 55 Kentucky 7 Miami Fla 40 East Carolina 10 Morehead St 14 Tennessee Tech 8 NC Central 56 Johnson Smith 6 VMI 39 Davidson 36 Virginia 20 Carolina St 9 Virginia Tech 18 Vanderbilt 0 William Mary 34 Tennessee St 28 MIDWEST Akron 39 Arizona 6 Ball St 13 Cent Michigan 13 tie Bethany Kan 63 Friends 13 Bowling Green 51 Kent St 28 Cent St Ohio 78 Michigan 0 Dayton 55 Valparaiso 6 DePauw 37 Rose-Hulman 19 Michigan 20 Miami Ohio 7 Illinois 31 Iowa 7 Iowa St 36 Kansas St 1 1 Kalamazoo 23 Hope 21 Kenyon 17 Denison 14 Lakeland 27 Upper Iowa 22 Michigan 42 Purdue 27 Michigan St 51 Indiana 20 Minnesota 24 Wisconsin 22 Monmouth III 14 Knox 0 Moorhead St 16 Minn-Duluth 12 Notre Dame 41 Navy 0 Ohio St 52 Northwestern 27 Oklahoma St 37 Kansas 24 Youngstown St 4 1 Liberty 14 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 38 Rice 17 Arkansas Tech 17 Ouachita 14 Houston 55 Texas Christian 10 Oklahoma 52 Missouri 14 Texas 33 Abilene Christian 13 Texas 63 Southern Meth 14 Jexas Tech 24 Texas 17 FAR WEST Air Force 29 Army 3 Arizona St 34 Washington 32 Brigham Young 45 Oregon 41 Cal Lutheran 21 Azusa Pacific 17 -California 29 Arizona 28 Carroll Mont 34 W' Montana 23 Cent Washington 33 Whitworth 16 Chico St 31 Sonoma St 3 Colorado 27 Nebraska 21 New Mexico 21 Texas St 17 Washington 27 Weber St 10 Fullerton St 45 New Mexico St 1 10 Hayward St 26 San Francisco St 7 Lewis Clark 55 Oregon Tech 13 Linfield 42 Simon Fraser 31 Montana 17 Montana St J2 I Nev-Las Vegas 43 Long Beach St 21 Nevada-Reno 30 Boise St 14 Northridge St 24 Sacramento St 13 Pac Lutheran 52 Oregon 50 i Pacific Ore 26 Oregon 10 Utah 38 Cal Poly-SLO 24 Southern Cal 48 Oregon St Stanford 17 UCLA 14 UC Santa Barbara 59 Menlo 0 Washington 43 Puget Sound 15 Willamette 28 Oregon 23 Wyoming 56 Colorado St 35 Thompson in By RICK WARNER The Associated Press BOULDER Colo Colorado students walked 5 around campus all week wearing T-shirts boasting that have Yesterday their football team proved it Jeff Campbell set up two touchdowns with long punt returns and second-ranked Colorado stopped two late drives by No 3 Nebraska for a 27-21 victory that virtually clinched the Big Eight title and an Orange Bowl bid for the once woeful Buffaloes The victory which gave Colorado its first 9-0 record since 1923 was only the second over Nebraska in their last 22 meetings The Cornhuskers suffered their first loss of the season after eight wins Colorado is 5-0 in the Big Eight with games remaining at Oklahoma State and Kansas State The Buffaloes will be heavily fa-I vored to win both games and make their first trip to the Orange Bowl Since 1976 I is the greatest win ever been a part said Colorado coach Bill McCartney who revived the program following a 1-10 season in 1984 been a struggle for us This makes it all After a desDeration trass by Nebraska quarterback Gerry Ezor overs THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BLOOMINGTON Ind Blake Ezor overshadowing an NCAA career touchdown record by Anthony Thompson rushed for 203 yards and four touchdowns yesterday as Michigan State beat the Hoosiers 51-20 in a Big Ten Conference game 1-yard touchdown run in the second quarter was his 60th breaking the former career record of 59 he shared with Glenn Davis of Army and Tony DorSett of Pittsburgh He also moved into third place in NCAA career scoring with 364 points But Ezor who has rushed for 453 yards and scored seven touchdowns in the past two games against Indiana dominated the defense once again He had 153 yards and two touch- downs as Michigan State took a 24-13 lead in the first half then scored twice more in thethird quarter as the Spartans made the game a rout Quarterback Dan Enos ran for one touchdown in the second quarter then passed 20 yards to Courtney Hawkins for another touchdown early in the third period capping a streak of 10 straight completions after missing his first attempt in the opening minutes of the game Enos who finished with 12 of 15 for 205 yards also added a 32-yard touchdown pass to James Bradley early in the fourth quarter five plays after a pass Interception by the Harlon Barnett The victory lifted Michigan 1 1 Carolina I (23) Brigham Young 45 Oregon 41 I PROVO Utah Ty Ietmer passed for 470 yards and three touchdowns to Jeff Frandsn including a 15-yard game-winner with 1:01 left leading No 23 Brigham Young past Oregon State will three touchdowns in the first half then sat out the second half because of a leg injury as? Iowa State completed a Big Eighi Conference victory over Kansas State Virginia Tech 18 Vanderbilt 0 BLACKSBURG Va Freshman Mickey Thomas kicked a school record six field goals and Virginia defense ranked third nationally allowed 146 total yards as the Hokies (5-3-1) defeated Vanderbilt (1-7) Kentucky 31 Cincinnati 0 LEXINGTON Ky Chris Tolbert returned a punt 58 yards for a touchdown and Kentucky (5-3) turned two Cincinnati turnovers into scores in posting a victory over the Bearcats (1-7-1) Georgia Tech 34 Western Carolina 7 ATLANTA Shawn Jones threw a pair of touchdown passes to Emmett Merchant and Jerry Mays scored on a 19-yard run to power Georgia Tech (4-4) to a victory over Western Carolina (3-5-1) ii Connecticut 21 Delaware 17 STORRS Conn Matt -De-Gennaro passed for two touchdowns and Kevin Wesley ran for another as Connecticut defeated Delaware in a Yankee Conference game Michigan second time in eight games Ole Miss playing before a record crowd' of 42354 at Vaught-Hem-ingway Stadium dropped to 6-3 Air Force 29 Army 3 AIR FORCE ACADEMY Colo Senior quarterback Dee Dowis threw for two touchdowns ran for another and set a national record for rushing as the Air Force' Falcons overwhelmed Army to win the Trophy and a sure bowl appearance Dowis rushed for 141 yards on 24 carries to set a career record of 3336 yards rushing for a quarterback The previous record of 3299 was held by Freddie Solomon Oklahoma St 37 Kansas 24 LAWRENCE Kan Mike Gundy threw for 429 yards third best passing day in Big Eight history and sparked Oklahoma State (4-5) to a victory over Kansas (3-6) Duke 52 Wake Forest 35 WINSTON-SALEM NC -Dave Brown filling in for the injured Billy Ray passed for 444 yards and four touchdowns as Duke kept its Atlantic Coast Conference title hopes-alive with a victory over Wake Forest Iowa St 36 Kansas St 11 i AMES Iowa Blaise Bryant rushed for 142 yards and scored Oklahoma improved to 6-3 overall 4-1 in the Big Eight Missouri fell to 2-7 and 1-4 after throwing for 312 yards but rushing for only 8- Wyoming 56 Colorado St 35 LARAMIE Wyo Tom Cor-ontzos tossed three touchdown passes and bootlegged two more scores as Wyoming rolled past Colorado State in Western Athletic Conference action Arizona State 34 Washington 32 SEATTLE Arizona Paul Justin won a high-voltage passing duel against Washington's mistake-prone Cary Conklin and the Sun Devils beat the Huskies in a Pacific-10 Conference football game Stanford 17 UCLA 14 STANFORD Calif Stanford ended a five-game losing streak when John 44-yard field goal in the final quarter gave the Cardinal a 17-14 victory over fumble-prone UCLA handing the Bruins their fourth straight loss LSU 35 Mississippi 30 OXFORD Miss Tommy Hodson passed for three touchdowns and ran for another Saturday as Louisiana State held off Mississippi in a Southeastern Conference game Hodson all-time leading passer piled up 381 yards in the air as the Tigers won for only the OTHER GAMES State to 3-2 in the Big Ten and 4-4 for all games Indiana whose only other touchdowns came on a 9-yard run by quarterback Dave Schnell in the first quarter and on a 34-yard run by reserve Steve Goodrich with 2:33 to go dropped to 2-3 and 4-4 Ohio St 52 Northwestern 27 EVANSTON 111 James Bryant broke a 63-yard touchdown run and caught a 46-yqrd scoring pass from Greg Frey while Dante Lee scored three TDs leading Ohio State to a Big Ten victory over winless Northwestern Bryant only handled the ball twice He suffered a collarbone injury on the touchdown catch with 59 seconds left in the first half with the Buckeyes holding a 28-7 lead Minnesota 24 Wisconsin 22 MINNEAPOLIS Ron Goetz returned an interception 73 yards for a touchdown to turn back a Wisconsin rally and lead Minnesota to a Big Ten victory Oklahoma 52 Missouri 14 NORMAN Okla Quarterback Steve Collins ran for yards and two touchdowns and also threw for '110 yards and a score leading Oklahoma to a victory over Missouri in a Big Eight Conference game Ike Lewis also scored twice as A

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