The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on September 9, 1984 · Page 21
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Bloomington, Illinois
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THE PANTAGRAPH, SUNDAY, SEPT. 9, 1984 C3 BIG TEN Michigan picks off No. 1 Miami, 22-14 f There was reason to gloat, but Michigan Coach Bo Schembechler I wasn't about to do that, despite his Wolverines' 22-14 upset yesterday of top-ranked, defending national , champion Miami of Florida at Ann Arbor, Mich. 'i' '"It was a satisfying victory, but -.we have to put it in the proper -.perspective because it is an opening game," Schembechler said. "We don't really know how good we are . iOr they are." lH ' Miami had been good enough to 13 games in a row over two 'seasons, including its first two this 0 season. "The problem we had was, we , we,re completely unaware of what they were going to do, offensively and defensively," said Miami Coach Jimmy Johnson. i'Three games in 12 days may have had an effect," Johnson said. "I don't know. I don't want to make excuses. They (Michigan) didn't do the same things in the ball game today that they did in the films of last year." The Hurricanes were plagued by eight turnovers two lost fumbles and six interceptions by Michigan, "which tied a Wolverine record. Highly-touted Miami quarterback Bernie Kosar threw two touchdown passes but constantly had drives thwarted by Michigan's defense. ', ( "Things were never really going ibad," the sophomore quarterback said. "Every pass I get picked off, as soon as I let it go, I know it's going to get picked off. It's a sick .feeling." Fullback Bob Perryman scored three touchdowns for 14th-ranked Michigan. . Purdue upsets Notre Dame -Quarterback Jim Everett ignited Purdue's offense with an aerial .bombardment of 255 yards and two touchdowns, while the Boilermaker defense forced repeated turnovers and penalties in a 23-21 upset of the BIG EIGHT Nebraska Wyoming, Jeff Smith rushed for 170 yards and one touchdown to lead second-ranked Nebraska past Wyoming 42-7 in nonconference college football at Lincoln, Neb. The Cornhuskers overcame four first-half turnovers by scoring 21 third-quarter points on a 15-yard run by fullback Tom Rathman, a 2-yard run by Smith and a 1-yard quarterback sneak by reserve Travis Turner. Turner also scored on a 1-yard sneak in the second period. ',, Underdog Wyoming took advantage of three fumble recoveries and a pass interception to trail only ,14-7 through the first half. The interception by Dane Ingram and a 34-yard return set up the Cowboys' score, a 9-yard pass from Dave Gosnell to Kevin Lowe with 55 seconds left before intermission. $ Nebraska scored on the first play fi the second quarter when quarterback Craig Sundberg sprinted 13 yards on an option around left end. OTUf ner added his first touchdown ijSlCfi minutes later to give the Corn-jhuskers a 10 lead. Nebraska fullback Thurman 'riHoskins scored on a 5-yard touch-ildwn run with 67 seconds remaining in the contest as the Corn-Sjhujker reserves polished off the season-opening victory. 1 Nebraska dominated the Statistics, rolling up 440 yards rijshing to 98 for Wyoming. iijRSthman added 109 yards in 13 '-tarries to go with Smith's total on .Jjcftries. Wyoming fell to 1-1. '".Oklahoma bops Stanford Oklahoma quarterback Danny JSftdley rushed for 100 yards and passed for 84 more to lead the 16th tanked Sooners to a 19-7 win over tinford at Norman, Okla. 3 Bradley, a 5-foot-lO senior, scored Oklahoma's first touchdown with j4:45 remaining in the first period to 4i the game at 7-7. He accounted Jot 39 of Oklahoma's yards on the yard drive as he skillfully U Guzman powers ISU soccer team ft SPRINGFIELD Two goals by jL'eo Guzman led the Illinois State Ufaiversity soccer team to a 2-0 vic- ttory over Sangamon State here last lnjght. ISU's record is 2-1. No.7-ranked Irish at Indianapolis. It was the college football season opener for both teams, and Purdue Coach Leon Burtnett called it "the biggest win I've ever been associated with at Purdue." "I'm just so happy for our players. Our slogan at the start of the year was Tough times never last; tough people do," he said, referring to the Boilermakers' disappointing 6-15-1 record in his first two seasons Us coach. 'These kids just fought hard. "But one game doesn't make a season. Next week, we play a good Miami (Fla.) team. This win gives us a lot of confidence for that game." Minnesota wins Freshman quarterback Rickey Foggie threw a touchdown pass for -Minnesota and David Puk nudged in for another score within a three-minute span of the fourth quarter to give new Coach Lou Holtz a season-opening 31-24 victory over Rice at Minneapolis. . The victory was only the second for Minnesota in its last 20 games. Both .triumphs were season openers against Rice. Rice has dropped 23 of its last 24 games and the defeat spoiled Coach Watson Brown's debut. Long bombards Iowa State Chuck Long threw four touchdown passes and Ronnie Harmon dashed 86 yards for another score as lOth-ranked Iowa, capitalizing on numerous Iowa State turnovers, rolled to a 59-21 nonconference victory in the season opener for both teams at Iowa City, Iowa. Iowa's veteran defense intercepted five passes and recovered three fumbles and the Hawkeyes turned six of the turnovers into scores. Byars leads Ohio State Tailback Keith Byars, the Big Ten's leading rusher and scorer last season, scored twice in the second half, helping sixth-ranked Ohio wallops 42-7 directed the Sooners' wishbone attack. Stanford had taken a 7-0 lead on its first drive of the game when sophomore quarterback John Paye hit tight end Greg Baty with an 8-yard pass. Paye completed four of five passes on the drive, including completions of 19 and 18 yards to senior split end Emile Harry. Harry's second reception of the game gave him 100 for his career. He is the 12th Stanford receiver to reach that figure. After Oklahoma's first touchdown tied things, the Sooners were never threatened again. With four seconds remaining in the first half, tailback Earl Johnson capped a 61-yard, eight-play drive with a 4-yard touchdown run after a pitch from Bradley. The point-after touchdown kick failed. The Sooners finished their scoring with six points in the third period on field goals of 21 yards and 32 yards by sophomore Tim Lashar. Vanderbilt clips Kansas State Vanderbilt sophomore tailback Carl Woods rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Commodores to a 26-14 nonconference victory over Kansas State in the season opener for both teams at Nashville, Tenn. Woods scored from 1 yard out midway through the first quarter and later capped an 82-yard drive by the Southeastern Conference Commodores with a 2-yard run with only 56 seconds remaining in the game. The Commodores, who snapped a seven game losing streak, had broken a 14-14 tie with The Big Eight member Wildcats on second half field goals of 43 and 41 yards by senior Ricky Anderson. Kansas State battled back from .a 14-3 deficit to tie the contest with 12:01 remaining in the third quarter. Associated Press Guzman scored at the 32-minute mark on a free kick. He was later assisted on a goal by Guy Gallaugher at the 38-minute mark. ISU, which had Garth Bell in goal, outshot Sangamon State, 16-12. State rally from an 11-point half-time deficit for a 22-14 victory over Oregon State at Columbus, Ohio. Byars, a 6-foot-2, 233-pound Junior, hammered the Beavers' defense for scoring runs of 13 and 1 yards in the college football opener for both teams. Byars, who had 20 touchdowns in 1983, rolled up 178 yards in 34 rushes. Washington waltzes Washington inside linebacker Tim Meamber picked off three Sandy Schwab passes and the 19th-ranked Washington Huskies opened their football season with an easy 26-0 victory over Northwestern at Seattle. The Huskies, who face 14th-rated Michigan In Ann Arbor next Saturday in a bid to make it two wins in two seasons over the Wolverines, made the Wildcats cough up seven turnovers, four of them Schwab pass interceptions. Meamber, a 6-foot-3, 221-pound senior from Yreka, Calif., set up a touchdown and a pair of field goals with his interceptions. Howard lifts Wisconsin Mike Howard, in the first start of his career, completed 13 of 25 passes for 162 yards, leading Wisconsin to a 27-14 nonconference football victory over Northern Illinois at Madison, Wis. Howard, a sophomore, was especially effective in the second quarter, when he completed 7 of 10 passes for 80 yards as the Badgers, 1-0, captured a 24-7 halftime lead. Spartans survive rally Sophomore quarterback Dave Yarema threw two touchdown passes and punter Ralf Mojsiejenko repeatedly kept Colorado bottled up with booming kicks, and Michigan State withstood a furious fourth-quarter Buffalo rally for a 24-21 victory in a college football season-opener at Boulder, Colo. The Spartans never trailed but I jr if Wt W' H i I I Wyoming safety Dane Ingram, 39, leaped over fellow players in pursuit of Nebraska's Tom Rathman in yesterday's game at Lincoln, Neb. Hearts suffer loss in tourney opener ST. JOSEPH, Mo. Designated hitter Treavor Nau smacked a solo home run in the bottom of the sixth inning to lift All-American Bar of St. Paul, Minn., to a 54 triumph over the Bloomington Hearts in the Men's Class AA Fastpitch Amateur Softball Association National Tournament here yesterday. The loss dropped the Hearts' record to 64-34 and placed them in the loser's bracket of the double-elimination meet against Allen-town, Pa., at 10:30 a.m. Monday. The Hearts staked starting pitcher Pete Kulenkamp to a JH) lead in the top of the first inning as i .., : yt , , r ' ' ' ... - , - , ' - w I ' ." a "" i m I " . . JS At . . m a I 1 1 iiir; Purdue tight end Brad Schumacher hoisted Coach Leon Burtnett in a after the unranked Boilermakers beat seventh-ranked Notre Dame, Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis yesterday. had to hang on at the end. Three Steve Vogel touchdown passes in the final quarter cut the Michigan State lead from 24-0 to 24-21, and the Buffs blew a chance to tie when Larry Eckel missed a 32-yard field goal attempt in the closing seconds. It was one of two medium-range field-goal tries missed by Eckel in the final period. MSU went up 7-0 in the first quarter, taking advantage of a fumbled snap by Colorado punter Allan Braun at the CU 3-yard line. Tailback Carl Butler got the score on a 1-yard run. 3 Jsnf J Rick Daniels singled home Bob Watson, who had doubled, and Larry Moffett followed with a two-run hime run. All-American Bar scored single runs in the first and fourth innings before adding two runs in the fifth for a 4-3 lead. John Simcox tied the game for the Hearts with a solo home run in the top of the sixth before Nau delivered his game-winning homer off losing pitcher Phil Reimer, whose record dropped to 5-1. The Hearts collected 10 hits off two All-American Bar pitchers. Watson, Simcox, and Daniels each had two hits. 0 V w-wNl AP MSU upped its lead to 17-0 at halftime. Mojsiejenko's 47-yard field goal and Yarema's 35-yard TD strike to flanker Mark Ingram accounted for the other first-half scoring. Mojsiejenko punts covering 59, 56, 59 and 49 yards denied good field position for Colorado through three periods. Duke tips Indiana Duke tailback Julius Grantham climbed over the Indiana defensive line with 1:33 left for a 1-yard touchdown as Duke beat Indiana 31-24 at Durham, N.C., season-open MISSOURI VALLEY Indiana State trips Eastern Illinois Tailback Darrold Clardy rushed for three touchdowns, including the winning score that capped an 89-yard drive early in the fourth quarter, as Indiana State downed , Eastern Illinois 24-17 in non-conference college football yesterday at Terre Haute, Ind. Clardy, who gained 112 yards rushing, dashed five yards for the winning score with 10:24 to play. The Sycamores, who led 10-0 and 17-10, took 10 plays to score the winning touchdown with Kevin Henderson going wide for 41 yards for the drive's big gainer. Quarterback Sean Payton kept the Sycamore defense busy all day, completing 32 of 56 passes for 323 yards and two touchdowns. Jerry Wright caught both scoring strikes on plays of seven and 54 yards. Scott Bridges booted a 42-yard field goal for the only score of the first quarter. Clardy, a 6-foot-l, 205-pound senior, gave the Sycamores a 100 edge with a 27-yard scoring jaunt early in the second quarter. The run capped a 57-yard, 10-play drive. The victory gave Indiana State a 2-0 record, while the Panthers slipped to 0-2. Kansas kicks Wichita State Mike Norseth tossed a pair of first-quarter touchdown passes and Robert Mimbs rushed for 150 yards and two more scores to lead Kansas to a 31-7 victory over Wichita State at Lawrence, Kan. Wichita State, badly out-manned, fell to 0-2 under first-year Coach Ron Chismar. Norseth, who starred last year at Snow Junior College in Ephraim, Utah, fired a 22-yard scoring pass to Johnny Holloway on the Jayhawks' first possession. On their second, he capped a six-play, 47.-yard march with a 12-yard aerial to Mark Parks. Harper stops IVCC, 1 7-0 PALATINE For the first time since 1975 the Illinois Valley Community College football team failed to score. IVCC lost to Harper, 17-0, here yesterday. Pontiac High School graduate Steve Dawson punted four times in windy and rainy conditions to aver I mm victory hug 23 - 21, at the AP er for both teams. The Blue Devils, who trailed for 3''2 quarters, played inspired defense in the final five minutes, driving Indiana back into its own end zone and forcing the Hoosiers to punt. Quarterback Ron Sally, who split duty with sophomore Drew Walston, then gave Grantham the ball seven straight times as the sophomore carried the ball for the entire 60-yard drive, which only took three minutes. Associated Press Mimbs, who also caught four passes for 31 yards, raced 25 yards for a third-quarter touchdown after the Shockers had pulled to within 10 points at 17-7, and added a 2-yard scoring burst in the fourth period. Dodge Schwartzburg kicked all four extra points and booted a 36-yard field goal to give the Jayhawks a 17-0 lead in the first quarter. Norseth hit three passes for 45 yards in the first scoring drive. Mimbs keyed the second march with consecutive runs of 15 and 7 yards to get the ball deep into Shocker territory. Quarterback Brian McDonald scored, for Wichita State on a 1-yard run midway through the third period. Northern Iowa nips Drake Northern Iowa got three touchdowns from Steve Harris and held off a fourth-quarter Drake rally to take a 33-28 nonconference win at Des Moines, Iowa. The Panthers held a 33-7 lead going into the final quarter, but Drake scored three times within eight minutes to close the gap. Drake, 0-2, got on the scoreboard quickly when Ed Cheatham tossed an 86-yard pass to Kirk Abernathy for a 7-0 first-quarter lead. But Northern Iowa bounced back when Harris caught a 21-yard pass from Larry Miller. Harris, the game's leading rusher with 80 yards, scored again on -a 1-yard run with 10:29 left in the first half. Opening the third quarter, the Panthers, 2-0, got field goals of 27 yards and 53 yards from Mike Molstad, the last coming with 8:24 left in the third quarter for a 20-7 lead. age 35.0 yards per kick. IVCC, which has lost three games dating back to last season, fell to 0-2 while Harper improved to 2-0. IVCC fumbled 10 times and lost six of them. The one bright spot for the Apaches was Paul Bassler, ' who carried 30 times for 126 yards

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