r-Th lri-Jouf-i. CVe"ro3 S C Nittany Mom TUSCALOOSA. Ala AP -Perm State tailbacks D J Dozier and Blair Thomas capped long second period drives with touch down runs of 19 and three yards and the sixth ranked Nittany Lions silenced their critics Satur-' day with a 23-3 drubbing of No 2 Alabama Dozier, a senior, and then Thomas, a sophomore, took com mand of drives covering 65 and 77 yards after Penn State was held without a first down on its first two possessions. Dozier caught a screen pass for 24 yards and later carried three times for 29. bursting through the middle and scoring untouched from 19 yards out on the first play of the second period to give Penn State a 7-3 lead. The 6.yard drive took six plays after Jim Coates' 16-yard punt return. Cornerback Eddie Johason s in terception of an underthrown pass by Mike Shula at the Penn State 23 stalled an Alabama drive six minutes into the period and Penn State marched 77 yards in seven plays. Thomas reeled off gains of 16 and 29 yards before scoring around right end from three yards put on a double reverse that started with a handoff from quarterback John Shaffer to Dozier. The touchdown made it 14 3 at 8: 46. That was all the Nittany Lions needed to end the nation's longest unbeaten streak at 1.3 games. Massimo Manca later kicked field goals of 37 yards in the third period and 29 and 42 yards in the fourth quarter, each of which trig !;ered chants of "We're No. 1" rom the 5,000 Penn State sup Krters in the sellout Bryant tnny Stadium crowd of 60,210: The Nittany Lions, who have won their last 18 regular season games, are 7 0 and finally have an answer for those who ridiculed their first six victims as nobodies. Alabama, which had shared the nation's longest winning streak with Michigan at 10 games, is 7 1. The Crimson Tide took a 3 0 lead at 6:53 of the opening period on Van Tiffin's 40-yard field goal. But fullback Bo Wright's fumble on the game's fourth play was recovered by Penn State cornerback Duffy Cobbs at the Lions' 44 and tailback Bobby Humphrey fumbled on fourth and one at the Penn State 37 with 12:10 left to play, one of five Alabama turnovers. Praa Mat II 3 (-2.1 Alabama III-. Ala FG Tiffin 40 PSU Dozier 19 run (Mam a kick PSU Thomas .') run Manca kick) PSU- FG Mama 37 PSU- FG Manca 29 PSU- FG Manca 42 A (10,210 TSl Ala Flrat downa I ') 1.1 Rushes yards SI 21' II 44 Paining yardt liH 172 Return yard 17 41 Passes 13 17 0 14 :to i Punti ft 41 ft .'18 Fumbles lout I I i I Penalties yards 7 l I 17 Tim ol Possession .14 12 23 28 INDIVIDl Al. STATISTICS RUSHING Penn Stair Doior 11 R.I Thomas 157. Mama 114.1 Alabama. Wright i24 Humphrey 12 27. Shula 6 'minus 12' PASSING Penn Slat Shafler II 17 0 Hill Alabama. Shula 14 10 2 172 HFXF.IVING Perm Stall- fXjicr IS4 Manoa 211. Hanultun 2 27 Thomas 2 9 Ala bama Huhardson 4 60 Humphrey 4 .12 Allen 2 29 Maryland 27 Duke 19 DURHAM, N.C. AP). Linebacker Kevin Walker's 16-yard interception return for a touchdown took the life out of a Duke rally, and Maryland took its first Atlantic Coast Conference football victory of 1986 with a 27-19 triumph Saturday. Walker grabbed quarterback Steve Slayden 's pass from the end zone and ran untouched for the score. Dan Plocki, who booted field goals of 42 and 48 yards in the first quarter, added the clinching extra point to help , Maryland, the defending league champion, raise its record to 4 3, 12 in the ACC. Quarterback Dan Henning help ed Maryland take a 20 3 lead in the second quarter on touchdown passes of 3!i and 9 yards to James Tailback Bember leads Newberry NEWBERRY (AP) Senior tailback Pete Bember rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns to lead Newberry to a 23 21 college versity Saturday: Liberty, 17, staged a dramatic fourth quarter rally, including a 9-yard touchdown pass from Paul Johnson to Willie Larkins with I : 12 remaining. A subsequent on side kick was unsuccessful, and Newberry, 4-3, ran out the clock for the victory. Behind the running of Bember and fullback Mitchell Shulcr, who rushed 13 times for 102 yards, the Indians led 9 0 at halftime. New berry's first half scoring was hhlighted by quarterback Pat Bellamy's 4 yards run with 53 seconds left in the half. Liberty opened the second half with a 71 yard drive, highlighted by Larkins' 50 yard run on a fourth down fake punt. Charles McCrav's 1 vard run gave the Flames a 9 7 lead with 11.48 left . Son . Oct 25. 15 Milling Pkxki added both conversions The Bliie Devils were down 110 within 10 minutes of the first ?uarter as Maryland scored on its irst three possessions, and trailed 20-3 at halftime. But Duke struggled back to within 20-10 on the first of Slayden s two touch dowTi passes to Doug Green, a 16-yard play with 619 left in the third period Doug Peterson added the conversion. Slayden hit Green with a pass over the middle and Green outran the Maryland secondary to the end zone to complete a 29-yard scoring play with 9:42 left. But Peterson, who was 6-of 8 on conversion kicks entering the game, pushed his effort to the right, leaving Duke with a 20-19 deficit. Maryland was hemmed in by Duke's defense inside its own 35. but the Blue Devils had to start from their own 14 following a punt and Slayden followed with the interception two plays later. Duke, 3 4 and 12. had one last march inside the Maryland 35, but linebacker Sean Scott intercepted a Slayden pass intended for Green to end the last threat. Marylaad 13 7 7 2? Iae a 2 It ft II MAK -Milling 35 pass from Henning 'Plocki kick. MAR -Ft; Plocki 42 MAK -FG Plocki 48 . DL'-FG Petervm 34 M A HW Milling 9 pass from Henning 'Plocki kick DL' D. Green 16 pass from Slayden 'Peterson kick ( DU-FG Peterwn 42 DU D Green 29 pass from Slayden 'kick failed i MAR Walker 16 interception return 'Plocki kick) A 18 600 MAR 1)1 Firat downs 17 25 Hushes yards 17-1.18 40-152 Pawing yards 166 250 Return yards 45 - 13 Passe 14 244 24 42 2 Punt 7 42 0) fumbled lost 22 II Penalties yards ft-58 632 Time iil oossession 27 38 12 a INDIVIDl Al. STATISTICS HASHING -Maryland. Blount 9-58, Scriber 10 52 Uike Smith 1.159 Edwards 105.1 PASSING-Maryland Henning 14-24-0 166 Duke Slayden 24 42 2 250 RKCKIVI.V; Maryland Milling 76 Ed mundsJ47 Duke. Green 7 I Id Grantham 10 H4 Michigan 38 Indiana 14 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -Fullback Bob Perryman ran for two touchdowns Saturday and quarterback Jim Harbaugh ran for one touchdown and passed for 300 yards and another score, leading fourth-ranked Michigan to an easy 38 14 Big Ten Conference football victory over Indiana. ' The Wolverines, 4-0 in the conference and 7-0 overall, dominated the Hoosiers the entire !;ame, rolling to a 35-0 halftime ead and coasting the rest of the way. Harbaugh, ranked second nationally in pass efficiency going into the game, completed 16 of 24 attempts, including nine of 16 for 178 yards in the first half. The loss dropped the Hoosiers to 13 in the Big Ten and 4 3 for all games. Rutgers 35 Army 7 EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J (AP) - Scott Erney threw two touchdown passes, Curtis Stephens raced for two scores and Rutgers ran the ball almost at will Saturday in a 35-7 victory over Army. Rutgers, which had scored only nine points , in its previous two games, was nearly unstoppable offensively against the Cadets, outgaining them 527 197 and hold ing the ball for 40:51 to 19:09 for Army. Matt Prcscott, who rushed for 119 yards on 24 carries, put Rutgers ahead early, scoring on a 9 yard run to cap a 13-play, 67-yard drive following the opening kickoff. Prcscott rushed nine times for 46 yards and caught the only pass in the drive, a 10-yard toss on third down that gave Rutgers a first down on the Armv 13. Erney, who hit 11 of 17 passes for 184 yards, and wide receiver Brian Cobb stretched the margin in the third period. The teams traded punts before Bember capped a 60yard drive with a 4 yard touchdown runto -give Newberry a lfi-7 lead. Liberty scored again after In dian Kevin Black mishandled a high snap from center and was tackled by Donald Smith. Carlton Wilkerson recovered the fumble at the Newberry '25, and McCray's 2 yard carry pulled Liberty to within 16 14 with 9:25 left in the game. The w inning score came at the 4 minute mark when Bcmbcr's 1 yard dive climaxed a 12 play, 74 yard drive. liberty II a ; It 21 Newberry 3 ft 7 ; 2.1 New KG Penn 25 New Hi'll.imv 4 run ipass failed i l.il) McCniy I run il'oumry kick) New Itt'iiilM-r 4 run 'Snipe kick) l.ilt McCray 2 run iPouncey kick New HenilN't' I run iSniN's ku ki I. ill l.ji kins H pass trum Johnson il'ouiicev kick I A I. Mm est topple Noo 2 Alabama? to 21-0 in the second quarter, com bining on two scoring passes and a two-point conversion. Tne first TD pass covered 48 yards midway through the quarter and the second came on a HVvard pass with 2:26 left in the half Rutgers, which missed the conversion after its first touchdown, went for the two-point conversion after the first Erney to-Cobb TD Stephens scored on runs of 8 and 5 yards in the third and fourth quarters, respectively, increasing the lead to 354. Army avoided its first shutout since 19&3 w hen quarterback Tory-Crawford scored on a 2-yard run with 5:16 to play. The loss was the second straight for Army, 3 4. The victory snapped a two-game losing streak for Rutgers. 4-2-1. Arai a I 7-7 Raxn'm IS J 7 IS Rut Prescott 9 run 'kick failed) Rut -Cobb 48 pass from Erney 'Cobb pass from Erney i Rut Cobb 16 pass from Erney 'Giesler kicki Rut Stephens 8 run 'Giesler kick Rut Stephens 5 run 'Giesler kick; Army Crawford 2 run (Walker kick' . A-31.623 ' Army Ral Firat downs s 7 . ' 15 Rushes yards 42 154 71 Hi Passing yards .-. 43 184 Return yards 7 M Pastel 4-11-0 1117 1 Punts 5 40 I 35 Fumbles-lost 5 1 0-0 Penalties yards 2 10 10 102 Time of Possession 19 09 . 40 51 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Army, Peterson 17 78 Crawford 13 50. Herring 6-2J. Kim 13. Wright 5 1 Rutgers PrescoM 24119, Stephens 14-71. Liptett 7 42 Bottl 10-41 Retd 6-28. Giles 4 21 Banks 1-20. Erney I 5 Adam 2 minus 4 PASSING Army. Crawford 4 114.3 Rutgers, Erney II 17 1 184 RECEIVING Army Charette 2 24 White 2 19 Rutgers. Campbell 441. Prescott 3-27. Cobb , 244. Alvord 1 IS. Lipsett 1 13 Texas A&M 45 Rice 10 COLLEGE STATION. Texas (AP) Texas A&M quarterback Kevin Murray set a Southwest Conference record for career touchdown passes Saturday as the lOth-ranked Aggies rolled to a 45-10 victory over the Rice Qwls. The defending SWC champion Aggies seized the undisputed conference lead with the victory. Texas A&M is 6-1 overall and 4-0 in SWC play, while Rice fell to 2-5 and 1-4. The Aggies are the SWC's only unbeaten team in conference games after Texas, upset Southern Methodist 27-24 Saturday. Murray, a redshirt junior, broke the SWC career touchdown pass record of 40 in the second period when he hit Rod Harris on a 26-yard scoring shot. He had been tied with Edd Hargett of A&M and Chuck Hixson of Southern Methodist. Murray completed 17 of 33 passes for 215 yards before he was replaced in the third quarter. A&M s Scott Slater kicked three field goals, including a 51-yarder. Rice 3 a a Teias AM 3 21 f IS-45 A&M FG Slater 23 Rice FG Mathis 36 A&M-Vick 4 run (Slater kick) A&M Woodside 33 run (Slater kick) A&M Harris 26 pass from Murray (Slater kick) A&M FG Slater 29 A&M FG Slater 51 Rice Major 8 pass from Comalander (Mathis kick) A&M Collins 44 run i Bernstine run) A&M G. Jones 40 interception return (Slater kick) A 51,885 Rlre A&M Kirst downs 19 2:1 Rushes yards 3r) 40 2!5 Passing yards 230 2.11 Return yards . . . s fill Passes ' IS 43 I I9-38 0 Punts 8 : 5 :t8 F umbles lost 2 14 2 Penalties yards 5 30 "IM Time of Possession - 31 35 28 25 INDIVIDtAI. STATISTICS RUSHING Rice. Cyphers 10 29. Davis 8 21 Texas AM Vick IS-II5. Woodside Collins 7 H2. 5 72. Howe 5 35 . - - PASSING Rice. Roper 7 17 I 1.14. Com alander 10 22 I 82. Overton 14 1 14 Texas A&M Murray 17 33 0 215. Stump 2 4-016. Motlev 0100 RECEIVING- Rice. Buudousquie 4 51. Lewis 3 24. Scott 2 30. Major 2-12 Texas A&M. Bernstine 5 61, Harris 1 66, Walker 4 49. Woods idv 3 20 Pittsburgh 56 Navy 14 PITTSBURGH (AP) - John Congemi completed 30 of 43 passes for a school -record 446 yards ahd five touchdowns, three to former defensive back Keith Tinsley, as Pittsburgh buried Navy 56-14 Saturday in college football. Pitt scored three touchdowns, two on interceptions, in a span of 1 :22 during a 35 point third period in which the Panthers' defense scored three touchdowns Congemi broke Matt Cavanaugh's previous Pitt single game passing record of 387 yards late in the third period, then lcft-the game after hitting Tinsley on a 28 yard completion with 13:50 to go in the game. Tinsley, a senior who wasn't converted to wide receiver until a month ago, hooked up with Con gemi on scoring pass plays of 29, 19 and 17 yards while catching nine passes for 157 yards. With Pitt leading 21 7, Congemi hit Tinsley on a 17 yard touch down strike with 9:30 remaining in the third period after the Pan thers had taken the ball over at the Navy 44 following an unsiic cessful fourth down fake punt play. Jerry Olsavsky returned a Hill Byrne intercention 57 yards for a touchdown only 31 seconds later, and Billy Owens made it 42 7 with 8:08 left in the period with a Hi yard return of a Byrne pass. Congemi hit running hack Charles Glad man on a 39-yard scoring pass play less than three minutes later, jerry Wall completed Pitt's third period scoring explosion when he fell on reserve quarterback Bob Misch's end-zone fumble with 18 seconds remaining, making it 56-7. The victory was the first by Pitt. 4-2-1. over Navy. 3-4.since 1983 and extended the Midshipmen s losing streak to three games. Nar ; a 714 PBUSW0 14 ! IS X Pin Tinsley 29 pass from Congemi VanHorne kick Navy Smith 13 run Fundoukos kick ' Pitt Osborn 4 pass from Congemi 'VanHorne kick1 , Pitt Tinsley 19 pass from Congemi ( VanHorne kick Pitt Tinsley 17 pass from Congemi t VanHorne kick' Pitt Olsavsky 57 interception return (VanHorne kick Pitt Owens 46 interception return ' VanHorne kick Pitt Gladman 39 pass from Congemi 'VanHorne kicki Pitt Wall recovered fumble in end' zone 'Van Home kick) " Navy Saunders 15 pass from Misch 'Fundoukos kick) A 45.345 Nav PHI First dottns 20 2 Rushesyards 47 181 54 Passing 157 450 Return Yards 13 1' CompAtt 153 31444 Punts in 6 35 Fumbles Lost 2 1 3-2 Penalties-Yards 5 3! 7 71 Time ol Possession 32 27 27 33 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rl'SHI.NG Navy. C Smith lS Parker II 70 Pittsburgh. C Heyward 20. Gladman 5-12. Hetzler 4-12 PASSING-Navy. Byrne 11 25-3 129 Misch 140-15 Lauletta 20-7. Nobers 1-1-04 Pit Uburgh. Congemi 30 A3 446 Felitskv 1 14 PASS RECEIVING Navv. Holhriger 449 Ray 2-29. Saunders 2-23. Sniifen 2 17 Pittsburgh. Tinsley 9-157. Osborn 6-51. Scales 544. C Heyward 4 63 Washington 38 Oregon 3 SEATTLE (AP) - Quarterback Chris Chandler ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third Saturday to lead the eighth-ranked Washington Huskies to a 38-3 victory over Oregon in a rainy Pacific-10 Conference football game. Chandler scored on runs of 9 yards in the first quarter and 6 yards in the fourth quarter and passed 1 yard to tight end Rod Jones for a TD in the third period. Washington stuck mainly to the ground in handing Coach Don James his 99th coaching victory with the Huskies to tie Jim Owens' school victory record. The Huskies' fourth straight triumph gave them a 6-1 overall record and a 3-1 Pac-10 mark. It was the sixth straight loss for the Ducks, 2-6 and 0-5. Oreioa a a J a- 3 Washington 14 7 7 1038 Wash Chandler 9 run (Jaeger kick) Wash Weathersby 18 run (Jaeger kick) Wash Jenkins 7 run I Jaeger kick ) , Ore-FG MacLeod 46 Wash R. Jones 1 pass from Chandler (Jaeger kick) Wash FG Jaeger 31 Wash Chandler 6 run (Jaeger kick) A-58.466 Ore Wash First downs . 10 22 Rushes yards 24 31 55-305 Passing yards 93 124 Return yards 36 m Passes 13-30-1 15-28-1 Punts 9-44 7 41 Fumbles lost 3-2 0 0 Penalties yards 15 9-97 Time ol Possession 23 59 36 01 INIITDIAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Oregon. Loville 9-41. K. Willhite 2 9. Jackson 2 7 Washington. Weathersby 12 96. St Jones 104. Chandler 8 48 PASSING - Oregon. Miller 10 22 I 93. Nelson 3 8 00 Washington. Chandler 13 24 1 109. Con klin 220 15 RECEIVING -Oregon. DeBisschnp 5 45 Green 2 27 Berry 2 17 Washington. R Jones 5 50, Fceney 2 17, L Hill 2 17: Matz 2 17 Colorado 20 Nebraska 10 BOULDER, Colo (AP) - Jeff Campbell dashed 39 yards on a reverse for a touchdown, and halfback O.C. Oliver fired a 52-yard pass to Lance Carl for another, as Colorado used trick plays and an aroused defense to upset third-ranked Nebraska 20-10 in Big Eight football Saturday. The victory snapped Colorado's 18 game losing streak to Nebraska, dating back to 1967, and marked the first CU victory over the Cornhuskcrs in Boulder since 1960. Colorado, 34) in the Big Eight after opening the season with four straight non-conference defeats, had little success moving the ball conventionally against the staunch Nebraska defense, managing only two sustained drives. But Nebraska, the nation's fourth-best offensive team, fared no bet- - tcr, suffering losses on seven run--ning plays along with three sacks and four turnovers. Nrbranlta 7 J-ia ( oloradu 7 3 1020 Colo ( amubell 39 run 'DeUne kick) Colo Ft; fVuni- :7 Nch Taylor 2 run i Klein kick) Colo Carl ,r2 pass from Oliver (U'l.ine Jxicki Neb FG Klein 29 Colo FG Dcl.ine :i A 52.44(1 First downs Ituvhcs v;irds Passing yards Return yards I'assrs I'uiils rMllhlli- lust Ni-h 16 43 123 . 12.1 52 III 26 2 IH , 3 2 7 52 27 13 (l It 58 182 HI 43 250 7 15 .'. .1 7 69 M2 47 s v.'ilds Pn Possession IMXMIH Al. STATISTICS Id MUM, Ni hiaska. Kiiok 10 Vi Taylor 1 1 .'. llnoMiii 4 H Colorado l aniplicll 2 5:1 'iliu i ih , ., i, tii-r 21 40 PASSIM, Nebraska Taylor 7 212 102. Hl.iki to.iii i:,0 2l ( olorado ll.ilihrr 1 3029. Oliver I I 0 52 Manioc 0 100 l(K MVING Nebraska. Itrinson 3 52. Mills kan i t., Jihh's 2 18 Colorado. Carl I 52. Km biii. i Paladins on late BOONE. N.C. ( AP) Placekicker Mike Wood hit a 27-yard field goal with 45 seconds left to pull Furman to a 17-17 tie with Southern Conference leader Appalachian State in college football Saturday. The kick came after the Paladins saw a 14-0 lead vanish when Appalachian State scored 17 points in the second half. Furman took the lead in the second quarter after the Paladins capitalized on running back John Settle's first fumble in 454 carries. Quarterback Chris Speaks went in from 2 yards out to give Furman a 7-0 after a 43-yard drive. Running back Robbie Gardner added another 2 yard scoring run for Furman with 7:09 left in the third period. Settle cut the lead to 14-7 on an 88-yard run in the third quarter. The Mountaineers recovered, 'a blocked punt on the Furman 1-yard line in the fourth quarter, and Settle went in for the touchdown to tie the score at 14-14. On Furman's next possession, Anthony Downs recovered a Paladin fumble, setting up a 26- Texas 27 SMU 24 AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Jeff Ward kicked a 40-yard field goal with 16 seconds left in the game Saturday to spoil a Southern Methodist comeback and give Texas a 27-24 upset victory over the No. 18-ranked Mustangs. Texas tailback Edwin Simmons, starting his first game in three years, scored on touchdown runs of 1 and 13 yards in the first half, and quarterback Brett Stafford tallied on a 4-yard run in the third quarter as Texas took a 21-7 lead. A Ward field goal of 45 yards with 12:35 left in the game built Texas' lead to 24-7 before a crowd of 65,481 in the Southwest Conference game. On the first play after the kick-off, howevever, SMU quarterback Bobby Watters threw to flanker Ron Morris, grabbed the ball at the Texas 40 and raced into the end zone on a 66-yard touchdown play. SMU pulled even closer when Texas freshman punter Alex Waits knelt on the ground to pick up a fumbled low snap and was called down at the Texas 18 SMU kicker Brandy Brownlee kicked a 35-yard field goal to make it 24-17 with 9:22 left in the fourth quarter. After a Texas punt, Watters guided SMU 84 yards and threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to split end Jeffrey Jacobs with 5:33 to go. In that drive, an apparent interception by Texas cornerback Stephen Braggs was disallowed as the ball rolled away when he hit the ground. The victory evened the Long-horns' season record at 3-3 and 2-1 in the SWC. SMU, ineligible for conference honors because of NCAA penalties, lost for the first time after four SWC victories and is now 5-2 overall. West. Carolina 34 VMIO CULLOWHEE, N.C. ( AP) -Willie Perkins passed for 319 yards and one touchdown to lead Western Carolina to a 34-0 victory over Virginia Military Institute in Wofford nips Cent. Fla. on a 17 -yard Fraser run ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Wofford quarterback Chuck Fraser scored on a 17-yard run with 2:29 left in the game to push the Terriers past Central Florida 31-28 Saturday. The loss ended a six game winning streak at home for the 4-4 Knights and was their third homecoming loss in a row. Wofford, 3-4-1, fell behind 16-0 in the first quarter as Central Florida scored on two touchdown passes and a field goal. Wide receiver Ted Wilson carried a 49-yard pass from Darin Slack into the end zone for the first points of the game. ' Thirty seconds later, cornerback Corris Ervin picked off a Fraser pass and ran 45 yards for the Knights second touchdown. The Terriers scored for the first time with 2:03 left in the first quarter when wide receiver Steve Mabrey caught a 9-yard pass from Fraser. A 32-yard kick by Central Florida's Ed O'Brien was the only scoring in the second quarter. He also succeeded on 51- and 37-yard attempts. Wofford halfback Kevin German opened third-quarter scoring with a 19-yard touchdown run, and wide receiver Ken McKie added another touchdown on a 38-yard pass from Mabrey with 2:39 left in the quarter. 288 tie 17-17 field goal yard field goal by Bjorn Nittmo with 6:58 left to give Appalachian State, a 17 14 lead before Wood's kick. Appalachian State is now 4-01 in the Southern Conference and 6-1-1 overall, while Furman is 3-2-2 overall and 2-2-1 in the conference. Faraaaa ' 1 117 AanlaeMaa 84. ' I-1 J FUR-Speaks 2 run (Wood kick) FUR-Gardner 2 run (Wood kick) ASU-Settle 88 run (Nittmo kick) ASU-Settle 1 run (Nittmo kick) ASU-FG 26 Nittmo FUR-FG 26 Wood A-9,878 Fl ASl First downs 16 10 Rushes yards 65 74 4S-293 Passing yards 38 5 Return yards SS 2J Passes - 6-12-0 141 Punts 6-33 S3 Fumbles lost 3-2 21 Penaltie -yards 4 30 1 IS Time of possession 35 l . 24 44 INDIVIDl AL STATISTICS RUSHING Furman. Gardner 25-121. Goldsmith 13-43 Appalachian St., Settle 34 J45. Pay-ton 9-16 PASSING-Furman. Speak HI 38 Av palachian St , Payton 18 5 RECEIVING Furman. Gardner M. Smith 2 12 Appalachian St . Beaty 15 Southern Conference football Saturday. Western Carolina, 4-3 and 3-1 in league play, used a 2-yard scoring plunge by David Mayfield and a 3t -yard touchdown pass from Perkins to Vince Nowell to take a 14 0 lead. Kirk Roach booted a 27-yard field goal on the last play of the first half for a 17-0 lead. The Catamounts opened the third quarter with a 58-yard scoring drive capped by Milton Beck's 3-yard touchdown, then marched 68 yards to a Jay Nix scoring run from the 1 to make it 31-0. Roach hit a 37-yard field goal with 3:02 left for a 34-0 edge. VMI. 1-6 and 1-3, threatened to score only once, on the opening possession when they drove to the WCU 33-yard line and missed a 49-yard field goal attempt. Western Carolina finished with 485 yards offense, including 61 yards rushing by Mayfield and 46 by Beck. Mayfield and Nowell each had 85 yards in pass receptions. . . Iowa'27 Northwestern 20 IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - Defensive end Mike Burke recovered a David Greenfield fumble in the end zone for the go-ahead touchdown as No. 11 Iowa got by Northwestern 27-20 in Big Ten college football Saturday. Defensive tackle Myron Keppy hit Northwestern quarterback Greenfield from benind at the goal line and Burke recovered the ball in the air to put Iowa up 24-17 in the third quarter. Northwestern, trailing 17-10 at the half, had taken the opening kickoff of the second half and had gone 69 yards in five plays to tie the score on a 34-yard screen pass from Greenfield to Claudell Robertson. In the first half, Iowa's Mark Vlasic hit Quinn Early on a 93-yard touchdown pass, the longest in Iowa history, and fullback David Hudson ran 50 yards for another score. Iowa is 6-1 for the season and o-i in me cuiiiereiice auu murui-western is 2-5 and 0-3. Northwestern managed to stay close in the first half on an 89-yard second-quarter touchdown run by halfback Stanley Davenport. Central Florida returned in the final stanza with a 44-yard touchdown pass caught by wide receiver Bernard Ford. But Wofford answered with a 26-yard field goal by Brett Schulman and Eraser's run to quash the Knights. Wofford benefited from six interceptions, and the Knights caught three. W otTord ( 14 11-31 Ceat. Florida l 3 3 (-28 CF Wilson nass from Slack (O'Brien " kick) CF Ervin 45 pass interception return (kick failed) CF-O'Brien 37 fg Wof Mabrey 9 pass from Fraser (run taiieai CF O'Brien 32 fg Wof German 19 run (Schulman kicki CF-O'Brien 5t fg Wof McKie 38 pass from Mabrey (Schulman kick) . CF Ford 44 pass from Slack (pass failed) , Wof-Schulman 26 fg Wof Fraser 17 run (Hedrick pass) Wof 17 47 159 268 S3 14 31 3 233 2-2 440 31:20 CF 19 46 236 . 155 89 933 242 2-0 843 28:40 First downs Rushes yards Passing Return Passes yards yards Punts Fumbles lost Penalties yards Time 6t Possession INDIVIDl Al. STATISTICS RUSHING-Woflord. (ierman 1680. McKie 11-67. Cent. Florida. Sam 17 99. Davis 16 72. PASSING-Wofford. Fraser 13 303 223. Cent Florida. Slack 6-22 5 -ISO. RECEIVING Wofford, Logan 5 136. McKie 4 72. Cent. Florida. Wilson 3 83. Ford 35.
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