The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on September 22, 1991 · Page 30
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C4 1 COLLEGE FOOTBALL The Sun ' SUNDAY, September 22, 1991 HOW THE TOP 25 FARED 1 . Florida State (3-0) did not play. Next: at No. 3 Michigan. 2. Miami (2-0) did not play. Next: at Tulsa. 3. Michigan (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. No.1 Florida State. 4. Washington (2-0) beat No. 9 Nebraska. Next: Kansas St. 5. Florida (2-1) lost to No. 18 Syracuse. Next: vs. Miss. St. 6. Tennessee (3-0) beat No. 23 Miss. St. Next: vs. Auburn. 7. Oklahoma (2-0) beat Utah State. Next: vs. Virginia Tech. 8. Clemson (2-0) beat Temple. Next: vs. Ga. Tech. O MahranLa 0-l I net . kin jtlAfaaK hlawl. nt B,!iAna Gfr 10. Iowa (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. Northern Illinois. 1 1 . Notre Dame (2-1) beat Michigan St.. Next: at Purdue. 12. Penn State (3-1) beat BYU. Next: vs. Boston College. 13. Auburn (3-0) beat Texas. Next: at Tennessee. 14. Baylor (3-0) beat Missouri. Next: at SMU. -15. Texas A&M (1-1) lost to Tulsa. Next: SW Louisiana. 16. Ohio State (3-0) beat Washington State. . 17. Georgia Tech (2-1) did not play. Next: at Clemson. 18. Syracuse (3-0) beat No. 5 Florida. Next: at Tulane. J 19. Colorado (2-1) beat Minnesota. Next: at Stanford. m J 20. Pittsburgh (3-0) did not play. Next: at Minnesota. 1 21 . Houston (1-2) lost to Illinois. 1 22. Southern Cal (1-2) lost to Arizona St. Next: at Oregon. J 23. Mississippi State (2-1) lost to Tenn. Next: at Florida. 1 24. California (2-0) at Arizona. 25. Georgia (2-1) lost at Alabama. Next: vs. CS Fullerton. : ROSE BOWL RACE Pacific Team 10 Con) Overall Big Ten Team Conf Overall Arizona St. Oregon Washlng-' ton J, Arizona California ' UCLA ' Oregon St. s. use Wash. St. ' Stanford W L T W L T 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 1 Iowa Michigan Ohio St. Minnesota Wisconsin Illinois Purdue Mich. St. N'western Indiana T W 0 2 1 1 0 2 ; Saturday's Results Arizona St. 32, Southern Cal 25 ..Utah 24, Oregon 17 ; Cal at Arizona ; Fresno St. 24, Oregon St. 20 I Ohio St. 33, Washington St. 19 'Washington 36, Nebraska 21 Saturday's Results lllinois51. Houston 10 Indiana 13, Kentucky 10 Notre Dame 49, Michigan St. 10 Ohio St. 33, Washington St. 19 Colorado 58, Minnesota 0 Rutgers 22. Northwestern 18 STARS Tulsa's Chris Hughley had 231 yards rushing in an upset of Texas A&M. Hughley is the first back to rush for more than 200 yards against the Aggies since SMU's Eric Dickerson in 1982. Jason Verduzco outdueled David Kllngler as Illinois crushed Houston. Verduzco completed 1 6 of 22 throws for 341 yards and 3 TDs. Klingler was 30-for-58 with 332 yards, but threw four interceptions. T.J. Rubley threw a 63-yard touchdown pass to Chris Penn and Chris Hughley ran for 231 yards as Tulsa surprised No. 15 Texas A&M. Washington upends Nebraska, 36-21 By RICK WARNER Associated Press LINCOLN, Neb. Washington was looking for national recognition and Nebraska was searching for respect Saturday night. The Huskies succeeded and the Huskers failed. Billy Joe Hobert ran for two touchdowns and passed for another as fourth-ranked- Washington rallied in the fourth quarter to beat No. 9 Nebraska 36-21. Washington (2-0) trailed 21-16 at the start of the final period, but took the lead on an 8-yard TD pass from Hobert to Orlando McKay with 11:20 NOTES North Carolina State's defense hasn't surrendered a touchdown in four straight regular-season games, dating back to the last season's finale, a 16-0 victory over Duke. Wake Forest's field goal in N.C. State's win marked the only points the Wolfpack has given up this season. The last time N.C. State had three straight shutouts in a year was in 1965. . . . Clemson, ranked No.1 in defense last year, has allowed just 188 yards in two games. . . . Cincinnati has been outscored 152-32 in losses to Penn State, North Carolina and Bowling Green Tennessee freshman James "Little Man" Stewart gained 108 yards as the Vols piled up 516 yards against Mississippi State, which had been the leading defense in the SEC. ... Syracuse won against a Top 10 team for the first time since defeating No.1 Nebraska in 1984. . . . Rutgers defeated Northwestern, extending the Wildcats' winless streak on the road to 19 games. Northwestern has lost 14 straight road games and is 0-18-1 in the streak. The Wildcats last road victory was a 27-24 decision over Wisconsin in 1987. . . . Columbia hasn't beaten the Crimson in 13 games, going back to 1978. It was the Lions' 100th loss since Michael Sovern became the university's president after the 1979 season. In that span Columbia has had eight victories and two ties. . . . Fred Gatlin passed for 291 yards and Zeke Moore added 117 rushing for Nevada as the Wolf Pack, top-ranked in Division l-AA, rolled up 612 yards total offense in a 72-0 rout of North Texas. North Texas (1-2) suffered its worst loss ever and .allowed the most points in school history. The Eagles' worst previous loss was to SMU by a 68-0 score in 1927. ... QB Chad Roghair of Redlands and TB Keith Ellas, each making their first varsity start, led Princeton over Cornell 18-0. Roghair, who threw a total of 15 varsity passes coming into the season, was 21 of 28 for 179 yards. Elias made his debut by rushing for 110 yards on 18 carries Washington State's Jason Hanson made a 52-yard field goal, giving him the NCAA record for career FGs of 50 or more yards with 17. He had shared the mark with Tony Franklin of Texas A&M (1975-78). . . . New Mexico State, which lost five games last year by a touchdown or less four of them coming after New Mexico led in the final minutes lost again, this time to Nevada-Las Vegas.The Lobos appeared ready to secure a victory after David Margolls' third field goal. Jeremy Leach completed passes of 19 and 8 yards to Marc Wilson and hit halfback Art Celestlne. QUOTABLE 1 Total team loss today. As a start-point, old John Jenkins I here, I've got to work a lot harder. " Houston coach John Jenkins after the j. ; Cougars lost 51-10 to Illinois. left. The Huskies made it 29-21 on Ho-bert's 3-yard run with 7:26 remaining and clinched the victory when Jay Barry dashed 81 yards for a touchdown with 5:38 left. "It doesn't get much better than this," Washington coach Don James said. "We beat a great opponent on the road on national TV. We overcame adversity and came from behind. What else is there?" Hobert completed 23 of 40 passes for 283 yards as the Huskies handed Nebraska (2-1) its sixth straight loss against a ranked team. "There were a lot of times in the first half I felt like screaming out there," said Hobert, whose team trailed 14-6 at halftime. "The key thing about being a quarterback is that you have to show confidence and lead the team. Without being cocky, I think I did that in the second half." The loss added to the Cornhusk-ers' growing reputation as a team that can't win the big game. Nebraska has lost four straight bowl games and hasn't beaten a ranked opponent since 1988. "I don't want you guys to print that we can't win big games," quarterback Keithen McCant said. "We'll play hard and come back and win this year." Beno Bryant ran for 139 yards and one touchdown for Washington, while Barry rushed for 110 yards and one score. The Huskies won the statistical battle as well as the game, gaining twice as many yards (618-308) and first downs (31-15) as the Cornhusk-ers, who averaged 65 points and 742 yards in their first two games. "I don't know that we wore them down, but I feel we're a great conditioned team," Bryant said. "We run everything hard in practice. We practice five quarters; most teams practice four." Washington pulled to 14-9 on Travis Hanson's 43-yard field goal midway through the third period, but Nebraska extended its lead to 21-9 on Derek Brown's 2-yard TD run with 5:32 left in the quarter after Mike Anderson recovered a fumbled punt. SOUTH ROUNDUP Tennessee tops Mississippi St. Andy Kelly passed 10 yards to Mark Adams with 1:50 lea Saturday to rally No.6 Tennessee to a 26-24 Southeastern Conference victory over No.23 Mississippi State Knoxville, Tenn. Kelly, under pressure from a blitz, lobbed the winning pass to Adams to cap an 88-yard drive in nine plays that took just under four minutes as Tennessee (3-0 overall, 1-0 SEC) thwarted a spirited comeback by the Bulldogs (3-1, 0-1). Mississippi State rallied from a 17-3 deficit in the second half and held a 24-17 lead before Kelly led the Vols on two scoring drives in the final 12 minutes. Kelly completed 27 of 41 passes for 330 yards and two touchdowns. CLEMSON 37, TEMPLE 7: DeChane Cameron threw two touchdown passes and No. 8 Clemson (2-0) scored 13 points in a four-minute span in the third period and defeated Temple at Clemson, S.C. ALABAMA 10, GEORGIA 0: Siran Stacy ran for 73 yards, caught five passes for 55 more and scored the game's only touchdown as Alabama (1-1, 2-1) defeated 25th-ranked Georgia (1-1, 2-1) in the Southeastern Conference game at Tuscaloosa, Ala. LSU 16, VANDERBILT 14: Linebacker Ricardo Washington returned an intercepted pass 28 yards for a touchdown and Wayne Williams recovered a fumble to foil a last-minute Vanderbilt (0-1, 1-2) scoring bid as the Tigers edged the Commodores (1-0, 1-2) in the SEC game at Baton Rouge, La. W. VIRGINIA 37, MARYLAND 7: Adrian Murrell accounted for 141 of West Virginia's 334 rushing yards and scored two touchdowns, while the Mountaineer defense repeatedly frustrated host Maryland (1-2). N. CAROLINA ST. 30, WAKE FOREST 3: Gary Downs ran for two touchdowns and North Carolina State's defense kept an opponent out of the end zone for the fourth straight regular-season game in a victory over Wake Forest (0-1, 1-1) in the ACC game. RICE 28, TULANE 19: Trevor Cobb rushed for a career-high 216 yards and three touchdowns to lead Rice (2-0) over Tulane (0-4) at New Orleans. DUKE 42, COLGATE 14: Dave Brown threw three touchdown passes as Duke (2-0-1) struggled with Colgate before running away in the second half at Durham, N.C. SOUTHERN MISS 39, COLORADO ST. 7: Tailback Michael Welsh powered his way to three 1-yard touchdowns and Southern Mississippi (2-1) routed Colorado State (1-3) at Hattiesburg, Miss. MISSISSIPPI 38, OHIO U. 14: Marvin Courtney ran for three touchdowns in Mississippi's first four possessions as the Rebels defeated Ohio University. From Sun News Services ... 5i?.!s. - .- J; . f. : -4, , v s1"-, '"'.v. 1 h' V 1 4,-, V I N.? Vrl.W. Jr. .-mo-.i 4 .'. :A ' 'J APWIREPHOTO Tennessee quarterback Andy Kelly is sacked for a 7-yard loss by Mississippi State's Nate Williams. Redlands' Roghair leads Princeton Senior Chad Roghair, the quarterback from Redlands making his first varsity start, threw two touchdown passes to lead Princeton over Cornell 18-0 in an Ivy League opener at Princeton, N.J. Roghair's big day was well described by his statistics: 28 pass attempts, 21 completions for 179 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. "Outstanding," said Jim Hofher, the Cornell coach. "And we created no pressure on him whatsoever." Roghair, who graduated from Red-lands High School, had thrown a total of 15 varsity passes coming into the season. Princeton's defense, which ranked last in the Ivy League in 1990, held the Big Red to 189 yards total offense in recording its first shutout since 1985. Princeton took a 6-0 lead in the second quarter when Roghair found Doug Massick with a 6-yard touchdown pass. The Tigers' second touchdown came 3:57 into the second half when EAST ROUNDUP Michael Lerch blocked Ken Potash's punt in the end zone. Brian Mangene recovered to give Princeton a 12-0 lead. Princeton's final score came with 3:03 remaining in the third quarter when Josh Rudolph caught a 6-yard touchdown pass from Roghair. Princeton, which opened at home for the first time in 16 years, had 371 yards total offense. Erick Hamilton rushed for 55 yards on 14 carries, while Lerch had eight catches for 73 yards. SYRACUSE 38, FLORIDA 21: Kirby DarDar ran the opening kickoff 95 yards on a reverse play and quarterbacks Marvin Graves and Doug Wo-mack directed a potent Syracuse run-ning attack as the No. 18 Orangemendefeated No.5 Florida at Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse (3-0) held Florida (2-1) to minus-17 yards rushing while grinding out 250 yards on the ground. HARVARD 21, COLUMBIA 16: Quarterback Mike Giardi passed for two touchdowns and ran for one as Harvard ran up a three-touchdown lead and held off Columbia in an Ivy League opener at Boston. DARTMOUTH 21, PENN 15: Matt Brzica threw for one touchdown and ran for one as D artmouth defeated Penn in the Ivy League for its first opening-game victory since 1983. YALE 36, BROWN 20: Chris Kouri rushed for 161 yards and two touchdowns as Yale won its Ivy League opener against Brown at New Haven, Conn. NORTH CAROLINA 20, ARMY 12: Chuckie Burnette hit Corey Holliday for a touchdown in the fourth quarter as North Carolina (2-0) defeated host Army(l-l). WILLIAM & MARY 26, NAVY 21: William & Mary (2-1) used the pinpoint passing of quarterback Chris Hakel and two long touchdown plays to defeat host Navy (0-3). From Sun News Services MIDWEST ROUNDUP Dlinois pounds Houston Jason Verduzco, not David Klingler, was the hot quarterback on Saturday, throwing three touchdown passes to Gus Palma as Illinois thrashed No. 21 Houston 51-10 at Champaign, 111. Klingler, Houston's record-setting passer, had four passes intercepted and was sacked four times as Illinois (2-1) handed the Cougars (1-2) a second straight embarrassing loss. Miami beat Houston 40-10 nine days ago. Verduzco, who completed 16 of 22 passes for 340 yards, hit Palma with scoring passes of 37 yards in the first quarter, 21 in the second and 40 in the third quarter. Kameno Bell had two 1-yard touchdowns runs. Clinton Lynch scored on a 50-yard run, Joe Muti raced 57 yards for a TD and Chris Richardson booted a 27-yard field goal for Illinois. Houston got a 23-yard field goal from Roman Anderson in the first quarter, and Klingler passed 15 yards to John Brown in the third quarter. ; Illinois took a 7-3 lead in the first quarter, then took control of the game in the second by holding the ball for all but 2 minutes, 51 seconds. t NOTRE DAME 49, MICHIGAN ST. 10: Rick Mirer passed for three touchdowns, including a 55-yard-er to Derek Brown, and brothers Tony and Reggie Brooks rushed for one each as No.1 1 Notre D ante (2-1) beat Michigan State (0-2) at South Bend, Ind. t OHIO STATE 33, WASHINGTON ST. 19: Kirk Herbstreit, a junior making his first start, led 16tfi-ranked Ohio State over Washington State (0-3) at Columbus with 158 yards passing. S COLORADO 58, MINNESOTA p: Darian Hagan passed for two touchdowns and freshman tailbacks Kent Kahl and Lamont Warren ran for two TDs apiece 4s No. 19 Colorado (2-1) mashed Minnesota (1-1) at Boulder, Colo. INDIANA 13, KENTUCKY 10: Tailback Vaughn Dunbar carried 39 times for 147 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown run for the winning score with 1:52 to play, as Indiana (1-1) beat Kentucky at Bloomington, Ind. J WISCONSIN 7, IOWA ST. 6: Wisconsin (2-0) blocked Ty Stewart's 33-yard field goal attempt with 1,5 seconds remaining to defeat Iowa State (1-2) at Madison, Wis. ; KANSAS 54, NEW MEXICO ST. 14: Roger Robben scored two touci-downs in a 30-point second quarter as unbeaten Kansas (3-0) rolled past New Mexico State (0-2) at Lawrence, Kan. CENT. MICHIGAN 31, AKRON 29: Chuck Selinger's 26-yard field goal with three seconds left gave Central Michigan (3-0-1) a victory over Akron (0-3) at Mount Pleasant, Mich. From Sun News Services .i I . . ' t iVViM- i l ...7 JWfeft?.v Tulsa stuns No.l5 Texas A&M APWIREPHOTO Oklahoma tailback Ernest Williams slips past Utah State free safety Damon Smith during the second quarter of the Sooners' victory. T.J. Rubley threw a 63-yard touchdown pass to Chris Penn with 2:47 left and the big-play running of Chris Hughley carried Tulsa to a stunning 35-34 victory over No. 15 Texas A&M on Saturday.TULSA, Okla. Billy Cole recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff and Hughley, who rushed for 231 yards, got Tulsa (3-1) a first down on a 4-yard run with a minute to go that allowed the Golden Hurricane to run out the clock. Jeff Granger threw four touchdown passes for the Aggies (1-1), but he played like the redshirt freshman he is in the second half, throwing two interceptions and fumbling a snap for an 11-yard loss on a third-and-one play. The Aggies led 28-10 at halftime but Tulsa scored three touchdowns in a 6-min-ute, 16-second span in the third quarter to lead 29-28. Granger fumbled on the first play of the half and Hughley scored from the 10 on the nexCplay. Two possessions later, Hughley ran 53 SOUTHWEST ROUNDUP yards for his third touchdown of the game ? OKLAHOMA 55, UTAH ST. 21: DeweU Brewer rushed for 144 yards and three touchdowns to lead No.7 Oklahoma (2-0) over visiting Utah State. AUBURN 14, TEXAS 10: Auburn scored in the first minute on a 25-yard pass to tight end Victor Hall, and cornerback Corey Barlow quieted a sellout crowd with a 29i yard interception for a touchdown as thi 13th-ranked Tigers (3-0) defeated Texas (0-2) at Austin, Texas. r BAYLOR 47, MISSOURI 21: J.J. Joe di rected five touchdown drives and Keitri Caldwell intercepted two passes as th 14th-ranked Baylor Bears (3-0) routed Mis souri (1-1) at Waco, Texas ARKANSAS 9, SW LOUISIANA 7: Todd Wright kicked three field goals, including a 35-yarder with 12:01 left in the fourth quarter, as Arkansas (2-1) came from be hind to beat Southwestern Louisiana al Fayetteville.Arfc f"a aJ From Sun News Services

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