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THE PAIMTAGRAPH, SUNDAY, SEPT. 13, 1981 C3 r if- hcmges g script FOOTBALL RESULTS m e. c Iowa c ooenin ; .r f ' I Indiana fullback Jack Walsh, arms upraised, glided past Northwestern's Bobby Anderson for a touchdown Saturday. Two-pointf try fails; Indiana fops Wildcats L. EVANSTON (AP) - First- year coach Dennis Green joined a - long list of Northwestern coaches on Heartbreak Row, but he did it Saturday with more flair than most. ":' "There was never any doubt that "we were going for two points. We ' were sure that Indiana was going to blitz so the play was designed to drop the pass off," said Green ir the aftermath of the failed conversion attempt that gave the Hoosiers a 21-20 win over the Wildcats in the Big Ten opener for both teams. ! "I know what it's like to go for two points and not get it," said Green's counterpart, Indiana coach Lee Corso. "It was a bold stroke Smith's running boosts Purdue WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) -Tailback Jimmy Smith scored three touchdowns Saturday, including one on a 100-yard kickoff return, leading Purdue to a 27-19 victory over 19th-ranked Stanford in their college football season opener. The three first half scores by the 6-foot junior helped the Boilermakers to a 20-10 lead, but the passing of quarterback John Elway and a pair of field goals by Mark Marmon kept the Cardinals close throughout the game. ... A 59-yard field goal by Marmon as time ran out in the second quarter 'and a 1-yard touchdown pass from Elway to Vincent White late in the .third quarter pulled Stanford within one point before the Boilermakers' Scott ' Campbell directed the clinching touchdown drive. Following a pass interception by Derrick Taylor, Campbell hit four straight passes in a drive that started at the Purdue 26 early in the final period. A 19-yard completion to Joe LJnville put Purdue at the Stanford 29, then Campbell lofted the ball to a wide-open Steve Bryant in the end rone for the touchdown. Elway completed 33 of 44 passes ALABAMA From CI Alabama led 21-17 when Tech started its winning push at its own 0. Two runs gained only two yards, but Mike Kelley connected with Ken iWhisenhunt on a 54-yard pass play p the Alabama 24. Z Kelley passed to Glenn Etheridge Jo put it on the 12. Kelley scrambled to the five and two plays later, tavette took It in on a first down. 'Alabama got the ball twice after that, but Tech held the first time and a 50-yard field goal attempt by Peter Kim in the game's final play fell short. ''Alabama, now 1-1, acored In the first period when Walter Lewis connected with Joey Jones on a 47-yard coring pass play and it appeared Alabama was on the way, especially After Kim's 36-yard field goal made It 104. and you've got to give them credit. We lost 24-23 against Purdue last year when we went for two." Two touchdowns in the fourth quarter had brought the Wildcats to within a 2-point conversion of their first victory in 20 games. Green called for a screen to Tom Browne. "He stumbled because the ball was behind him," said Green. "That let the cornerback come up to cover and it became one on one." Mark Longshore made the hit, because "I was in the right place at the right time. I came off my man because I saw the quarterback look for a career-high 418 yards, but two other good scoring opportunities were lost on fumbles deep in Purdue territory. On one of them, the Cardinals had a first down at the Purdue 1-yard line following a pass interference call, but Mike Dotterer fumbled into the end zone. Smith, whose other touchdowns were on a pair of 1-yard runs, led all rushers with 91 yards. Stanford Purdue 7 4 4 -l IJ ; 7-27 Stan Dotterer 3 run (Harmon kick) Purd-Smith 100 kickoff return (kick failed) Purd Smith 1 run (Anderson kick) Stan FG Harmon 25 Purd Smith I run (Anderson kick) Stan-FG Harmon 5 Stan-White I past from Elway (kick failed) Purd Bryant 21 pass from Campbell (Anderson kick) A-tv.ttl YARDSTICK Stan Pur First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Sacks by Punts Fumbies-lost Penalties-yards 24 33 75 411 2 33-45-1 1-10 4-34 3 3 15-104 It 45-121 177 If 14-110 4 47 7 41 2 1 5-71 27 2 Time of Possession 32 31 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - Stanford White 7-34, Nelson I 25 Purdue, Smith 27 tl. Pruitt 5 25 PASSING - Stanford. Elway 33 45-1, 411 Purdue. Campbell 14 110, 177 RECEIVING - Stanford. Tolllver I-164. White 12130. Purdue, Bryant 4 74, Lmvilie 351 But Jim Bob Taylor moved Tech 70 yards, including passes of 22 yards to Lavette, six to Ronny Cone, and 18 to Jeff Keisler before Lavette broke through left tackle to score from the 13. A 39-yard field goal by Kim made it 13-7 at the half, but Tech went ahead 14-13 in the third period on a 22-yard screen pass from Kelley to Cone. Alabama moved back ahead 21-14 on a four-yard run by Lennie Patrick on fourth down and a 2-point run by quarterback Ken Coley. Georgia Tech, playing inspired ball by now owned the fourth period. A 28-yard field goal by Ron Rice closed the gap to 21-17, setting the stage for Tech'i winning drive. Alabama frittered away an early scoring chance after driving to the five. Coley fumbled and linebacker Lance Skelton recovered for Tech at the eight. ing at him (Browne) all the way. Browne was tackled three yards short of the goal line. Indiana's victory was paced by quarterback Babe Laufenberg, a junior college transfer playing in his first conference game. Laufenberg completed 12 of 16 passes for 167 yards that included one 55-yard touchdown. Indiana Northwtitarn 7 14 0 0-21 o ; o i3-io Ind Gunn Si pan from Laufttnberg (Grentein kick) Ind Walsh 21 run Greenilein kick) Ind Saltert I run (Greenilein kick) NU Huik 5 run (Salvino kick) NU Bahortc 9 pass from Kerrigan (Salvino kick) NU-Hujik 1 run (pass failed) " A-22,54 YARDSTICK Ind NU First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Sacks by Punts Fumbies-lost Penalties-yards Time of Possession 21 ie It -77 Ii2 I 37-16-1 1-4 6-41 10 2-30 25 40 55 V 167 I 17 16-0 112 5 32 II 7 73 34 20 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - Indiana, Christy 25-103, Sailers 10-67, Walsh 9 64, Mineo 5 22, Gunn 2 22 Northwestern, Huiik 13-47, Browne 7 23, Ignatowid 2-7 PASSING Indiana, Lauflenberg 12-16-0-167. Northwestern, Kerrigan 16 37 1-182 RECEIVING Indiana, Gunn S 5, Shroyer 1-21, Ro-jgeman 2-17. Salters 1-11 Northwestern. P Jenkins 2-63. Huiik 7-45, Mosby 2-33, Baho-lc 2-11 Hayes watches Ohio State trounce Duke COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - With legendary Woody Hayes watching, Tim Spencer bolted 82 yards on 11th-ranked Ohio State's first play from scrimmage for his first of three touchdowns Saturday, leading the Buckeyes to a 34-13 romp over Duke. Ouke 13 I ; 7 14 4- Ohie St. Ohio Spencer 12 run lAtha kick) Duka Jones 2a pass from Bennett (McKlnney kick) Ohio-Spencer 10 run (Atha kick) Duke Jones 13 pass from Bennett (kick failed) Ohio-Spencer I run (Atha kick) Ohio-Schhchter 4 run (Atha kick) Ohio-Jemison It pass from Schllchter Ikick tailed) A-tt.26 YARDSTICK Ouke OKI 74 4 211 l7 5 27 13 25 2 3 30 t-41 4 1 10 IV 2 44 First downs Rushes yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Sacks by Punts Fumbies-lost Penalties yards Time of possession l 31 50 2 13 22 ill I I 42 2 1 451 30 It Texas-Arlington tops New Mexico State ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Randy Johnson rambled for 127 yards and one touchdown and quarterback Scott Logan ran for two other scores to pace Texas-Arlington to a 26-13 win over New Mexico State in a nonconference college football game here Saturday. WIU, Marszalek nip South Dakota State MACOMB (AP) - Paul Marszalek threw two scoring passes to Frank Angelucci, the second with 7; 18 left in the game, to lift Western Illinois to a 17-13 win over South Dakota State on Saturday night. IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - The worm turned for Iowa's football team Saturday. A year ago, Iowa was thrashed by Nebraska 57-0 in Lincoln, but the Hawkeyes didn't have to wait long to avenge that embarassment, stunning the 7th-rated Cornhuskers 10-7 in the season opener Saturday before a record Kinnick Stadium crowd of 60,160. "We've been blown out before, but we've always come back and won," Iowa Coach Hayden. Fry said. "If you stay in this game long enough, the worm will turn. The worm turned today." Eddie Phillips scored on a short run, Lon Olejniczak kicked a 35-yard field goal, and Iowa held off Nebraska in the second half to record the upset. Iowa capitalized on a short punt and an interception for its two first half scores and the Hawkeye defense contained Nebraska's potent offense throughout the game. "We worked our tails off the last two years, .we played them fair and square and it finally paid off," Fry said. "We beat one heck of a fine football team today. I couldn't be more proud of my players and coaches. This is the biggest win since I've been here." Fry said his team "didn't look pretty," but added the offense was good enough to keep the ball away from Nebraska at crucial times. "We kept the ball away from them and then played good defense. They only made 150 yards rushing," he said. Nebraska Coach Tom Osborne, who has taken the Cornhuskers to a bowl game in each of his previous eight seasons as head coach, blamed Faust's Irish debut a rousing SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Blair Kiel thought Notre Dame was in the right frame of mind, Stacey Toran felt he was in the right place at the right time and Tony Hunter loves going off the field feeling tired. That was all part of the emotionally-packed collegiate coaching debut of Gerry Faust, who saw his fourth-ranked Irish deal Louisiana State a 27-9 defeat Saturday. "We were fired up and ready to go but not too fired up," said Kiel. Gophers nip Ohio MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Mike Hohensee, playing in his first game for Minnesota, lofted a 66-yard scoring pass to flanker Chester Cooper late in the fourth quarter to lift the Gophers to a 19-17 victory over Ohio University in a non-conference opener for both teams. Ohie U Minnesota I I 7-17 ; t t-i9 OHIO Mernman 2 run IHarter kick) JVHNN Jacobs I run (Gallery kick) OHIO FG Herter 32 MINN Jarobs 25 run ikick failed) OHIO Yoho 15 run (Harter kick) MINN Cooper 64 pass from Hohensee (pass faiiedi A 40.086 YARDSTICK OHIO MINN First downs Rushes-yardS Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbies-lost Penalties yards Time of Possession 19 74 43-173 1(4 4 14 19 I 5 35 20 4 24 47 767 229 25 14 24 0 114 3 2 4 41 32 47 27 53 INDIVIDUAL LIADERS RUSHING Ohio, Shon 17 75, Voho 1167, Mtkenne 6 73 Minnesota, M Ross 21 102. Jacobs 14 90 W Ross 7 57 PASSING Ohio, Shon 13 II 1-159. Harrison 1 1 0 75 Minnesota. Hohensee 14 24 0 279 RECEIVING Ohie. Silcoll 5 74. Yoho 4 25. Green 2 31 Minnesota. Cooper 4-145. Weckbacker 4 43, Davidson 2 II Niekro, Astros run past Giants HOUSTON (AP) - Joe Niekro hit a two-run single and teamed with Dave Smith on a seven-hitter and Alan Ashby singled, doubled and homered to lead the Houston Astros to a 5 2 victory over Die San Francisco Giants here Saturday night. IAN FRANCISCO br k at HOUSTON krktN Morgan 2b venabie cf Clark rt OEent 3b Herndon If Bergmft lb May C LeMstr t Wmtson p Lavene p Catieii ph Rowland p Whilrd ph Holland p Tefal 5 0 2 0 T Scott el Garner 2b Puhl rf JCrul If Cedeno lb A Howe Jt Garcia 3b Ashby c Reynlds St JNiekro p DSmtth p 4 0 11 I I I 0 4 0 11 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 110 0 010 4 1 J I 1110 I 0 I I 10 0 0 4 0 11 4 111 4 0 0 0 3 110 4 0 10 3 0 11 4 0(0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 Mill II I I San PreiKltck Mevsten lit- I Mi- I Ml Ml E-May. Ashby LOB-Son Francisco 10. Houston 7 2B-Ashby 3B-Puhl HR-Ciart 115), Ashby (31 SB-Garner 2. Venabie. Herndon $-JNlero IP 1 II III I I til 1 II H Ml II 10 tan PretKltc Whilson L 5-1 L a vent Rowland Holland Meusfa JN e.ro W 17 &Smtn S 7 T- 79 A -35 147 himself for the loss. "They outplayed and outcoached us," Osborne said. "Anytime we lose a game, it is my fault. If our players aren't good enough, then I should have done a better job recruiting. If our players don't perform well, then we should have done a better job of preparing them." "I think we have better players overall than Iowa does, I think." Nebraska had several chances to tie the score or go ahead in the fourth quarter, but the Cornhuskers were thwarted by a missed field goal, a fumble, and Lou King's diving interception that sealed the victory for Iowa with 39 seconds remaining. Phillips, a sophomore tailback, dove over left guard from two yards out for a touchdown on Iowa's first possession of the game. The Hawkeyes had taken the ball on the Nebraska 44 after King tipped a Cornhusker punt and the ball traveled only 20 yards. Iowa covered the 44 yards in seven plays. Nebraska Iowa 0 0 0 7-7 7 3 0 0-10 Iowa Phillips 2 run (Oleiniciak kick) Iowa FG Oleiniciak 35 Nebraksa Craig I run (Seibel kick) A-69,160 YARDSTICK NEB IOW First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Sacks by Punts Fumbies-lost Penalties-yards 13 II 50-150 II 39 I It 2 00 5-40 5-3 2 It 50-174 21 23 7-11-0 1-9 t 54 3 3 7-35 30 12 Time ol Possession 29 41 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Nebraska, Craig 19-74, Roner 10-41, Bates 6 31 . Iowa, Phillips 9 94, Blatrher 12 33. Gales 14-25 PASSING - Nebraska, Mauer t 12-1-60, Iowa, Gales 6 10 0 34 RECEIVING - Nebraska, Williams 331. Iowa, Oleiniciak 4-34. success The Irish set the tone for the game when Joe Rudzinski forced an Alan Risher fumble on the third play from scrimmage and Kevin Griffith recovered on the LSU 20-yard line. Five plays later Kiel hit Larry Moriarty with a seven-yard touchdown pass and Harry Oliver's kick made it 7-0. The next time the Irish gained possession, they marched 72 yards in five plays for another touchdown with Todd Bell providing the big play, a 41-yard scamper to the Tiger eight-yard line. Tony Hunter smashed for seven and Phil Carter went across for the one. Early in the second quarter, Notre Dame put on a 69-yard march which featured passes of 22 and 18 yards from Tim Koegel to Hunter, a 13-yard run by Hunter and Hunter's one-yard touchdown smash. Oliver's kick was wide but the Irish led 20-0. Louisiana State had two scoring chances in the first half. Late in the first quarter, the Tigers drove to the Irish 15-yard line but Stacey Toran intercepted a Risher pass to end the threat. In the closing minutes of the half, Jeff Dale intercepted a Kiel pass at the Notre Dame 42 and the Tigers managed to get down to the Irish two-yard line where the Irish defense stiffened. Reds get late win from Dodgers CINCINNATI (AP) - Dave Con-cepcion's sacrifice fly to center field in the bottom of the 11th inning scored Dan Driessen and gave the Cincinnati Reds a 6-5 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday night. LOS ANGI Ltl CINCINNATI akrkM akrkM 5 13 0 41 I It t Lopes 2b l endrei cf Guerrer lb Garvey lb Baker If Monday rf R Smith ph Maidnd rf Sr tost ie C Marshl ph Johnstn ph veeger c Russell st T horns ph Vaienila P Nienfuer p S'ewert p Roenc k ph SMowe p Ptrconl ph Power p Total Hoshidr rf t I I 0 4 110 I I 0 Griffey cf Cnrprn SS Foster If Bench lb Price p Hume p Veil ph LaCoss p Knight 3b Oester 2b Oberry Noien c Seever p Jkendy ph Moskau p Driessn lb 41 I lit Let Anpeiet Cincinnati 10 Ml Ml 00- I Ml Oil ot 01- I One awf who, winning run scared. E-Benrh DP-Cinclnnati 3 LOB-Lot Angeles 9. Cincinnati II 2B-Knighf. Gar-ver. Griffey, Guerrero 3B-Foster. 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Coal City 0 Peotone 7, Wilmington 6 MID-STATE 10 Peoria Central 40, East Peoria 18 Peoria Spalding 9, Peoria Woodruff 7 OKAW VALLEY Decatur Lakeview 33, Decatur St. Tera 0 OTHERS Rock tsiand 6, Dubuque (iowa) 5 Davenport (Iowa) Assumption 12, Rock Is land AHeman 8 Kankakee McNamara 24, Bradley-Bourbonnals 0 Nites North 7, Momence 6 Marmion Military 14, Oswego 7 Benet Academy 7, Aurora W 0 Cary Grove 14, Wauconda 0 Bogan 16, Luther S 9 Willowbrook 33, Buffalo Grove 14 Montini 20, Luther N 10 Evanston 14, St Rita 0 Roosevelt 19, Amundsen 6 Lemont 12, Christian 0 Oak Forest 21, Shepard 6 Richards 35, Oak Lawn 9 Crystal Lake Central 10, Antloch 6 Thornton Fractional N 12, Thronton F South 0 Glenbard E 21, Glenbard N 0 Curie 14, Westinghouse 0 Ridge wood 22, Carver 14 Crane 50, Young 6 Glenbard W 7, Lyons 0 . . Walther Lutheran 42, Foreman 8 Zion-Benton 26, Waukegan E 8 Lake Park 26, Fenton 0 Johet Catholic 52, St. Laurence 14 Juarei 14, Kennedy 12 Leo 16, Naiareth Academy 13 Lincoln-Way 25, Providence 0 Hinsdale S 14, Fremd 3 Deertleld 14, St. Viator 6 Thornwood 15, Leyden 8 Rodgers (Michigan City, Ind ) IB, HHIc rest 12 tot) Crown 9, Lake Zurich 0 Grant 14, Johnsburg 6 Woodstock 17, Mundelein 14 South Shore 18, Chicago Vocational 6 Downers Grove S 17, Homewood-Flossmoor 14 Barrington 27, Hoffman Estates 14 - Aurora Central 26, Tilden 6 Rich S 32, Bolingbrock 7 Jollet Central 22, Rich E 18 Wheeling 19, Holy Cross 14 COLLEGE BIG 10 Illinois 77, Michigan State 17 Indiana 21, Northwestern 70 Wisconsin 21, Michigan 14 Purdue 27, Stanford 19 Iowa 10, Nebraska 7 Minnesota 19, Ohio U 17 Ohio State 34. Duke 13 MISSOURI VALLEY Drake 17, Indiana State 14 Wichita State 13, Southern Illinois 7 . " Texas-Arlington 76, New Mexico State 13 . Arkansas 14, Tulsa 10 ' . 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