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2C NprthwB'st Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, Oct. 13, 1974 FAYETYEV1LLE, ARKANSAS Archie Griffin Leads Ohio St. Past Wisconsin By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS A record Ohio Stadium crowd of 87,717 gave Griffin a standing ovation when he left the game in the fourth quarter with Sooners Exhibit Death Wish OU Field Goal Butchers Texas 112 yards In 18 carries. The junior tailback .has Leapfrogging A Hog Arkansas quarterback Mark Miller found the going rough all day against Baylor, gain- ing just 41 yards in 18 carries. Defensive back Ken Quesenberry (27) looks on approving- ly as the Bears gang-lackle. (TIMESplioto by Ken Good) Mizzou Surprises 21-10 Three 4th Period TDs Sink Buskers LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- Reserve quarterback Steve Pisar- kiewicz led Missouri to three fourth-period touchdowns and lifted the Tigers to a 21-10 upset of fifth-ranked Nebraska Saturday in the season's first Bit Eight Conference football game for both teams. It was N e b r a s k a ' s first at home since 1972 Huskers bowed to loss the homa 17-14. Missouri trailed 11:26 remaining in 10-0 the when Okla- wilh game after Nebraska scored on Terry Alabama Tide Squeezes Past Gritty Florida State 8-7 TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) Bucky Berrey kicked a 36-yard field goal with 33 seconds remaining Saturday, giving the third-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide an 8-7 triumph over Florida State. The hungry Seminoles, winless in 17 straight games, used a determined first half to hold Alabama's vaunted offense. Penn Sfafe Romps Over Hapless Wake Forest By 55-0 STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - Quarterback Tom Shuman threw a pair of touchdown passes and freshman Jim Cefalo and sophomore Duane Taylor each scampered for^ two more scores in Penn State's 550 college football victory over winless Wake Forest Saturday. It was no contest from the opening kickoff, which Penn State returned to its 38 and then marched 62 yards in eighl plays to take a 7-0 less than four minutes into the game. The victory was the fourtl against one loss for 15th-ranke( Penn State, and the fiftl srraight defeat for Wake For est, which has given 199 points and scored only 21. Shuman, the Nittany Lions senior signalcaller, completed 12 of 14 passes for 183 yards and directed an attack that in eluded drives of 62 and 6 yards in Penn State's bigges offensive show of the season Auburn Fighis Past Kentucky AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- Run ning back ilitzi Jackson score twice and quarterback Ph Gargis scored once Salurda; leading loth-ranked Auburn I a 31-13 Southeastern Conferenc football vicEory Saturday ove the stubborn Kentucky Wilt eats. Kentucky, with fullback Son ny Collins carrying the burden stayed within range of the un defeated Tigers in the firs half, but Auburn's defense gav ground more grudgingly from there on and set up two toucl downs with fumble recoveries Jackson, who carried the ba eight times for 62 yards, brok Into the end zone from fou yards out in the second perio and again from t!ie one in Ih final quarter. Although Collins did most the heavy work for Kentucky, was quarterback Mike Fanuz? who got onto the scoreboar with both of the Wildcat touc! downs. Duke Rolls Over Arm DURHAM, N. C. (AP) Once-beaten Duke rolled to 33-14 triumph over Army Satu: day behind quarterback Ha Spears to post its fourth con gecu,tive victory. A crowd of 28,500 saw th Blue Devils grab an early 9 lead before Army's Marki Hardy took a kickoff and r turned it 100 yards for a loud down. Duke had a 19-7 lead a the half and ran it to 27-7 in tl: third quarter. at linus its top quarterbacks, ay. Leading 7-3 with three min- les left, Florida State labama a safety then free icked to put the Crimson Tide i its own territory. FSU punter oe Downing Downey ran out of end zone in a punting situ- tion with just over a minute It for the safety. Then Berrey kicked the .acement to give the Tide its tlh straight victory and its 2nd in a row on its home field. The Seminoles bad taken the jening kickoff and gone on a 1-yard, nine-play drive to take 7-0 lead with only four min:os gone. Larry Key scored v om the six and Ahmet Askin icked the extra point. Late in the third quarter, lorida State's Fred Miller umbled at his own 31 and Bob iaumhower recovered for the 'ide. Four plays later, Berrey ot Alabama on the Scoreboard ·ith a 44-yard field goal, mak- ng it 7-3. The victory was Alabama's 7th against one loss under Doach Paul "Bear" Bryant Denny Stadium. The last time he teams met, in 1967, they 'allied to a 37-37 tie, breaking Alabama's 17-ga-me winning streak. Buck's 10-yard pass to wingback Don Westbrook. But the Missouri offense, that had been unable to sustain a drive all day, devastated the Corn- mskers from lhat point on. Pisarkiewicz guided his teammates 71 yards in 12 plays then popped over from the two-yard- line for the first Missouri score. On the next series, Nebraska fullback Gary Higgs hobbled a pilchout, and Missouri recovered on Hie Nebraska 25. Five p l a y s later, Pisarkiewicz passed a nine-yard scoring toss to slotback Mark Miller. Defensive back Steve Yount intercepted a Luck pass on the 11-yard line in the next series and returned it to the live. Fullback Tony Galbraith scored on the next play. Until the fourth-period scor- g blitz, it had been a hard- tting defensive game. The only first-half score ime when Nebraska's Mike oyle hooted a 32 yard field oal with 11:06 remaining in second period, giving the uskers a 3-0 lead at inter- lission, Coyle's kick came atter the igers blunted a 'Husker drive ; the 12-yard line. gained over 100 yards in 15 consecutive regular-season games, plus the 1974 Rose Bowl. The victory extended Ohio Stale's undefeated streak to games. Griffin's performance leaves him two games shy of the record 17 in a row established by Steve Owens of Oklahoma. Actually, the architect of Ohio State's fifth straight victory this season was Greene. His running and passing handed the Badgers their second loss in five games, and knocked them from a share of the conference lead. The junior quarterback darted 11 and 6 yards for touchdowns and passed six yards to wingback Brian Baschnagel for another score. Baschnagel also scored a second touchdown, teaming with Greene on a razzle-dazzle lateral play as the Buckeyes built a 24-7 halftime lead. Greene, ran 11 yards to Badgers' five-yard line, later- aled to Baschnagel who sped into the.end zone. The other Buckeye touchdowns came on Griffin's nine- yard run, a two-yard run by fullback Harold "Champ" Henson and a four-yard scamper by substitute quarterback Steve Morrison. Tom Klaban booted a 43-yard field goal for Ohio Slate. DALLAS (AP)-- Oklahoma's Tony DiRietizo kicked a 37-yard field goal deep in · the final quarter following a during fourth-down Texas gamble that failed Saturday and the second- ranked Sooners survived the adrenaline-charged Longhorns 16-13 .in their annual grudge in- tersectidnal game. The' Sooner' victory over the three touchdown underdog · Longhorns kept Oklahoma unbeaten through ils last 13 games. With -the game tied 13-13, , Texas Coach Darrell Royal or- J dered his Longhorns to go for il on a fourth and one situation at s midfield. . Freshman fullback ,, Earl Campbell appeared to lave the yardage made, but umbled when hit by Leroy Selnon and All- America linebacker Rod Scliolte recovered at the 50'. Oklahoma quarterback Steve Davis worked the Sooners into josition, using freshman Elvis Peacock to move to the Long- aorn 21. DeRienzo, a junior 'rom 'Ardmore, Okja., calmly split the uprights and the Sooner funs among the sell-out 72,000 in the Cotton Bowl went wild. The 17-ranked Longtiorns ;layed Oklahoma off its feet in [he third quarter after both teams exchanged fumbles in an error-prone first half which found Oklahoma on the long end of a 7-3 count. Davis scored on a 22-yurd dash to give the Sooners a 7-0 lead and Billy Scbott made It 73 on a 41-yard field goal. Campbell rambled 12 yards untouched up the middle in the third period to put Texas ahead 10-7 and Schott made it 13-7 on a 38-yard field goal. Oklahoma outfoxed the Longhorns defenders early in the fourth quarter to tie the score 13-13. Split end Billy Brooks took a pi tell out on a reverse and ran 40 yards untouched for the touchdown. However, John Carroll's extra point attempt was ruled wide to the right. Oklahoma is now 4-0 for the season and Texas is 3-2. Oklahoma, which destroyed 1 · f On 2nd Quarter TDs ' "'·'· ''··Hi ' - . ' - - ; : / * · ' f · ··· !_' · Aggies Trip Tech 2 COLLEGE STATION, Tex, -- (AP) _ What Skip Walker '· didn't accomplish in the second 0 quarter, Texas AM's defense r did the rest of the game as the computer perfect Aggies folded, ; " spindled and' mutilated 9lh- ft ranked Texas Tech 28-7 in a r " Southwest Conference show- a down Saturday. Walker scored three second e quarter touchdowns on runs' of r j 1, 3 and 23 yards and rushed for 138 yards on 21 carries for the game. '" The AM defense, victimized e " by Kansas in a 28-10 loss last y week, took out its ire on the n " Tech- offense and its quarter- 2r back Tommy Duniven particu- '6 l.H.r ell the pressure all week. "You knew you had to do' it, icy (the fans) were depending on you." Bellard singled out Stanley's puntin.: against the six mile- ler-hour wind in the first quar- er as a key to AM's victory. Stanley lofted punts of 48 yards o the Tech 22, 44 yards to the , and 41 yards. On a crucial play, when the score was 0-0, Walker ducked under a rush by all-SWC tackle Ecomet Hurley and sprinted 1 yards to the Tech 19. On the next play, Bellard by passed a lossible field goal and halfback Skip Walker ran for 10 yards and a first down. He scorec AM's first touchdown four plays later. "I don't even remember Burley coming in. I must have sensed it," said David Walker." I'd have to look at the film." Walker insisted he was calrr for the game because a bad cold had taken his mind off the pregame pressure. On the fourth-and-two call, Bellard said game film lia( shown that Tech played "a particular defense in those situations, and we felt we could go wide." Asked about · AM shutting down Tech's heralded offense, Bellard said, "when everything goes right, we can play defense as good as anybody in the country." exas 52-13 last year, appeared o be on a self-destruct mission n the first half as it lost three umbles -- one at a most In- pporlune time. Oklahoma jumped on a Texas umblu at the Longlioi'n 27-yard ino and moved smartly to tho 'exas six behind the rushes of All-American Joe Washington. Davis swept right on the option fumbled the ball Into the .ongliorn end zone when macked by Sam Mason and Bill Hamilton claimed it for a oilchback. The Sooners got a second lone touchdown opening kiekoff. Wisconsin's came on the The Badgers surged 80 yards in six plays with quarterback Gregg Bohlig passing 38 yards to Ron Pollard for . the six points. Vandy Upsets Florida 24-10 NASHVILLE. Tenn. (AP) Reserve quarterback David Le directed Vanderbilt in four icoring drives and tight ent Barry Burton dazzled eighth ranked Florida with his running and pass catching in the Com motiores' 24-10 upset of the Ga lors in a Southeastern Confer ence football game Saturday. Lee, playing the final threi quarters for the injured Fred Fisher, ran seven yards for a thirdquarter touchdown and 14-7 lead. . Lee hit Burton with a five yard scoring pass in the fourt quarter and also connectec with Burton for a two-point con version. Florida, a seven-point favor He, is now 4-1 for the season. Jamie O'Rourke put Van derbilt ahead with a one-yar plunge in the second quarter but the point after touchdov failed. Florida took the lead later i the quarter on an eight-yar run by Tony Green and Davi Posey's extra point. But Florida could score agai only on Posey's 32-yard fiel goal in the third quarter. Mark Adams completed th Commodore scoring with a 21 yard field goal in the last quar ter. N.C. State Tops Virginia CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va (AP) -- Quarterback Dav Buckey sneaked for a toucl down and Roland Hooks ran fi the Iwo-point conversion wit 3:46 left Saturday as Nort Carolina State overcame a 2 point deficit and edged Virgin! 22-21 in an Atlantic Coast Con fcrence football game. The victory boosted the llth ranked Wolfpack's record to 0, 4 0 in the ACC, while th Cavaliers fell to 1-4 and lost fo the second time in two confe cnce starts. Fourth-ranked advantage of Pill Rallies Past W. Virginia PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Caron Long booted a 45-yard, tie- iking field goal and Billy ....iels fired two touchdown asses in the fourth quarter iviag Pitt a come-from-behind 1 14 victory Saturday rch-rival West Virginia. The Panthers, down 14-7 at alftime, tied the game late in it third quarter on a Tony Jorsetl-Ied, 73-yard drive with )orsetl diving over from the ne. With 8:47 remaining, Long icked his field -goal and Pitt cd for the first time. Five minutes later, after the 'anthers had marched from heir 33 to the West Virginia 41, 3aniels fired a perfect pass to arl Farmer, who outraced Isrly. "When everything is going Michigan Knocks Off Trojans Before 104,682 ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -Michigan Michigan took State umbles to score twice in the second quarter, once when Dan Jilek recovered a Spartan bobble in the end zone, and the Wolverines recorded a 21-7 Big Ten football victory Saturday. A crowd of 104,682--second largest in National Collegiate right AM can play defense as good as anybody in the coun- iry," said victorious. AM Coach Emory Bellard. And everything definitely went right for AM which im proved its record to 4-1 am lianded Tech its first defeat in 14 games. "The score was 7-7 in the sec ond half so we held up urider it pretty'good," said Texas Tech Coach Jim Carlen. "We just go beat in a physical game. That's what I was afraid of." . Duniven, star of Tech's viclo ry over Texas two weeks ago was unable to work his magic this day. "They hit as hard as any team I've ever seen," said Duniven who completed only seven passes and was sacked several times by the alert Ag gie defense. The victory gave AM a l-( standing in the SWC race and Association history-the Wolverines jump punter Mark- Stanley, booted seven times for wh 48 Athletic watched o a 21-0 halftitne lead and run .heir record to 5-0 for the season. The Spartans dropped to 2- Jilek's touchdown, Michigan's second, came when Spartan punter Tom Berney fumbled in his own end zone. Later in the quarter, Michigan recovered a fumble by Spartan Levi Jackson at the Michigan State 41, and four plays later scored on a pass from Dennis Franklin to Jim Smith as lime ran out in the first half. Michigan's first touchdown climaxed a 48-yard, nine-play drive, with . tailback Gordon Bell scoring on a run from the 13. It was a defensive struggle in the second half, with State fi- yard average, knew exactly where the Aggies stood: "We'r in the saddle now," he said. Although AM Coach Emory Bellard refused to compare hi powerful squad to the Aggie' l a s t Southwest Conferenc team, his players were less re strained--with some screamin "Cotton Bowl" as they poure off the field. When AM halted Tech for Hie final time with 27 seconds left in the game, huge linebacker John Paul McCrumbley, wearing a train cap on the side ines, jabbed his hand in the air to the roar of the near recorc crowd and yelled "let it go!" Punter Mark Stanley said he quarter break when Raymond J 1 a y b o r n interferred with Vasliinglon who was trying to ield a punt. With the aid of the lenalty, Oklahoma set up shop 311 the Texas 43. Davis, a junior vho is a Baptist lay preacher rom Sallisaw, Okla., completed a 13 yard pass to Wayne Hoffman on the drive. Davis rolled .round right end and followed Jrant Burgct's clearing block or the touchdown. Texas used Us dipsy-doqdle kiekoff return play to get into position for Schotl's first field ;oal. Alfred Jackson handed off ,o Pat Pagdett who fed the ball ,o Clayborn. The sophomore speedster went 55 yards down the right sideline to the Okla- noma 38. The Sooners stiffened on defense and went to ihe locker room at haiftime leading 7-3. ·: Washington, although he did not score, gained 122 yards on 26 carries. Campbell was the Texas rushing leader with 73 yards on 15 carries. Oklahoma entered the gama with a 54-point scoring average and was number one in the nation in rushing with 48B yards. The Sooners gained 353 yards overland and only 42 yards passing against what had been considered a weak Texas secondary. 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