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NS_16SMUCRAIGERIC1_3148576.JPGWhile going through some old files on my computer to make space for my 1994 SOM replay, I stumbled across an OLD Lance Haffner Football game, DOS-based, and I thought it would be a hoot to replay the 1982 season. I know, I know this is a Strat-O-Matic site, but I thought I would give it a shot. All the teams are there and there were some good names and coaches. The 1982 season saw the Bear Bryant era end in Tuscaloosa, Joe Paterno won his first National Championship beating the Georiga Bulldogs, SMU, with Eric Dickerson and Craig James, was the team to beat in the Southwestern Conference (yes the Southwestern Conference, three Pac-10 teams in the Top 10, Tom Osborne coached Nebradska, Barry Switzer at Oklahoma and Lou Holtz at Arkansas. 

The final Top 20 is as follows;
1. Penn State 11–1–0 ... Joe Paterno  
2. SMU 11–0–1 ... Bobby Collins   
3. Nebraska 12–1–0 ... Tom Osborne 
4. Georgia 11–1–0 ... Vince Dooley  
5. UCLA 10–1–1  ... Terry Donahue 
6. Arizona St.10–2–0 ... Darryl Rogers  
7. Washington 10–2–0 ... Don James  
8. Clemson 9–1–1 ... Danny Ford 
9. Arkansas 9–2–1 ... Lou Holtz 
10. Pittsburgh 9–3–0 ... Foge Fazio  
11. LSU 8–3–1 ... Jerry Stovall  
12. Ohio St. 9–3–0 ... Earle Bruce  
13. Florida St. 9–3–0 ... Bobby Bowden  
14. Auburn 9–3–0 ... Pat Dye  
15. Southern Cal 8–3–0 ... John Robinson
16. Oklahoma 8–4–0 ... Barry Switzer  
17. Texas 9–3–0 ... Fred Akers  
18. North Carolina 8–4–0 ... Dick Crum  
19. West Virginia 9–3–0 ... Don Nehlen  
20. Maryland 8–4–0 ... Bobby Ross  

I will be using the actual 1982 Preseason Poll to begin the season, but after that let them fall where they may ... including the Stanford band. Yes 1982 was the year of "The Play."






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1982 NCAA Preseason Poll

1. Pittsburgh
2. Washington
3. Alabama
4. Nebraska
5. North Carolina
6. SMU
7. Georgia
8. Penn State
9. Oklahoma
10. USC
11. Clemson
12. Michigan
13. Arkansas
14. Ohio State
15. Miami (Fla.)
16. Florida 
17. Texas
18. Notre Dame
19. Arizona State
20. UCLA
Receiving Votes; Brigham Young, Iowa, Missouri, West Virginia

photo.jpgSept. 4, 1982 - Key Games
(15 ) Miami (Fla.) at (16) Florida
(19) Arizona State at Oregon

 

 

 

 

12Cpz2k.jpgSept. 6, 1982 - Key Games
(11) Clemson at (7) Georgia



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Hurricanes use Big Plays to Stop Gators

mUIFWHennCEAGfXtBagvvyA.jpgGAINESVILLE, Fla. - Jim Kelly passed for 235 yards and threw a touchdown pass, but it was Miami's defense that held down a potent Florida offense as the No. 15 ranked Miami Hurricanes held off the No. 16 ranked Florida Gators, 17-15, at Florida Field on a scorching Saturday afternoon.

Miami (1-0-0) got on the board early with the first of many big plays as Kenny Calhoun returned a punt 67 yards for a 7-0 Miami lead less than two minutes into the game. The big play stunned the Florida faithful and it was the boost that the Hurricanes needed as the offense sputtered in the first quarter.

Despite the arm of Jim Kelly, Miami was limited throughout as their rushing attack was held in check by Florida's swarming defense. The Gators held Miami to just 76 yards on 31 carries. John L. Williams tied the game late in the first quarter scoring on a 1-yard run. It was the only carry of the day for Williams and the last score until the third quarter. 

 

Kelly orchestrated a quick drive on Miami's first possession of the second half, highlighted by a 62-yard pass to Anthony Belk that set up Kelly's 4-yard touchdown pass to Robert Neal. Kelly hit Neal with a swing pass and the speedy back dashed to the near corner of the end zone for a 14-7 Miami lead.

 

The Hurricanes added a field goal midway through the fourth quarter which proved to be crucial as Florida mounted a late rally, scoring on a Wayne Peace touchdown toss to Dwayne Dixon and adding on a two-point conversion. However, Florida's onside kick was recovered by Miami, who ran the clock down to :11 seconds and stopped Florida on a pair of desperation passes.


SITE: FLORIDA FIELD  ATTENDANCE:   57,012

Teams               1  2  3  4   Total      

82 MIAMI-FL         7  0  7  3 -  17 (1-0-0)

82 FLORIDA          7  0  0  8 -  15 (0-1-0)

 

82 MIAMI-FL-    13:12 OF 1ST - 67 PUNT RETURN BY CALHOUN (KICK BY DAVIS)

82 FLORIDA-      0:04 OF 1ST - 7 RUN BY J L WILLIAMS (KICK BY GAINEY)

82 MIAMI-FL-    13:14 OF 3RD - 4 PASS BY KELLY TO NEAL (KICK BY DAVIS)

82 MIAMI-FL-     7:49 OF 4TH - 37 FG BY DAVIS

82 FLORIDA-      1:56 OF 4TH - 4 PASS BY PEACE TO DIXON (PASS GOOD)

 

                               TEAM STATISTICS

              82 MIAMI-FL                        82 FLORIDA

                    12           FIRST DOWNS           19 

                  31 - 76        RUSHING YDS         44 - 138 

                    235          PASSING YDS           168 

                    311           TOTAL YDS            306 

                13 - 17 - 0         PASSES         18 - 24 - 0 

               3 - 37.3              PUNTS        5 - 44.3 

                  2 - 2            FUM/LOST          2 - 2 

                  2 - 10          PENALTIES          5 - 17 

                  0 - 0             SACKED           2 - 13 

                 23:47        TIME OF POSSESSION    36:13

                6 - 12         THIRD DOWN EFF      9 - 17 

 

                RUSHING STATISTICS

82 MIAMI-FL       TC   YDS   AVG   LG   TD

GRIFFIN           12    17   1.4    5    0

NEAL              12    42   3.5    7    0

RUSH               4     7   1.8    4    0

BENTLEY            2    11   5.5   11    0

KELLY              1     0   0.0    0    0

 

82 FLORIDA        TC   YDS   AVG   LG   TD

JONES             12    40   3.3    8    0

HAMPTON            8    16   2.0    7    0

ANDERSON           9    37   4.1   12    0

J L WILLIAMS       9    40   4.4   12    1

HENDERSON          1     2   2.0    2    0

PEACE              5     4   0.8    6    0

 

                RECEIVING

82 MIAMI-FL       TC    YDS    AVG   LG    TD

BELK               2     87   43.5   62     0

GRIFFIN            3     26    8.7   13     0

NEAL               3     12    4.0    6     1

RUSH               4     84   21.0   49     0

THOMPSON           1     26   26.0   26     0

 

82 FLORIDA        TC    YDS    AVG   LG    TD

DIXON              7     84   12.0   22     1

MULARKEY           2     29   14.5   15     0

FAULKNER           1      5    5.0    5     0

JACKSON            3     22    7.3   11     0

ROLLE              1     17   17.0   17     0

JONES              1      5    5.0    5     0

HAMPTON            2      6    3.0    4     0

J L WILLIAMS       1      1    1.0    1     0

 

                PASSING

82 MIAMI-FL       ATT  COM COM %  YDS  Y/A  Y/C  TD  TD%  I    I%  LG

KELLY              17   13  76.5  235 13.8 18.1   1  5.9  0   0.0  62

 

82 FLORIDA        ATT  COM COM %  YDS  Y/A  Y/C  TD  TD%  I    I%  LG

PEACE              24   18  75.0  168  7.0  9.3   1  4.2  0   0.0  22

 

                KICKOFF RETURNS

82 MIAMI-FL       KR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

RUSH               1    18  18.0   18   0

BENTLEY            1    28  28.0   28   0

 

82 FLORIDA        KR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

J L WILLIAMS       2    37  18.5   20   0

HAMPTON            1    20  20.0   20   0

 

 

                PUNT RETURNS

82 MIAMI-FL       PR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

BOONE              1     2   2.0    2   0

CALHOUN            1    67  67.0   67   1

 

82 FLORIDA        PR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

CURRY              1    11  11.0   11   0

 

                PUNTING

82 MIAMI-FL       PNT   AVG  LG  TB  BLK  20

LaBELLE             3  37.3  48   0    0   2  

 

82 FLORIDA        PNT   AVG  LG  TB  BLK  20

CRISWELL            5  44.3  56   1    0   2  

 

                KICKING

82 MIAMI-FL       EPM EPA   EP% FGM FGA   FG% LG  0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49  50+

DAVIS               2   2 100.0   1   2  50.0 37  0- 0  0- 0  1- 2  0- 0  0- 0

 

82 FLORIDA        EPM EPA   EP% FGM FGA   FG% LG  0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49  50+

GAINEY              1   1 100.0 

 

 

INTERCEPTIONS

82 MIAMI-FL    IR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

 

82 FLORIDA     IR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

 

SACKS

82 MIAMI-FL       NO.   YDS LOST

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82 FLORIDA        NO.   YDS LOST

 

 

 

 



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Cool idea.

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Week One Scores - Sept. 2-5, 1982

kevinwilhite.jpgWest
BYU 54, UNLV 24
Northern Arizona 17, Fullerton State 3
New Mexico State 20, UTEP 13
Oregon 13, (19) Arizona State 10
Boston College 48, Texas A&M 17
Air Force 28, Tulsa 21
Utah 31, Montana State 20
New Mexico 17, Wyoming 10
Baylor 38, North Texas State 3

East
Syracuse 21, Rutgers 0
(8) Penn State 42, Temple 14

South
Florida State 21, Cincinnati 7
Ole Miss 38, Memphis State 13
North Carolina State 40, Furman 3
(15) Miami-Fla. 17, (16) Florida 15
Virginia Tech 22, Richmond 7
Pacific 15, South Carolina 10
Southern Miss 49, NE Louisiana 31
Tennessee 31, Duke 14
Tulane 17, Mississippi State 13
Western Carolina 28, Wake Forest 6

North

Illinois 42, Northwestern 13
Missouri 14, Colorado State 7
Ohio 24, Bowling Green 20
Central Michigan 21, Indiana State 0
Northern Illinois 16, Toledo 12
Southern Illinois 17, Western Illinois 13
Youngstown 34, Akron 7




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Ahhhh, the OLD-STYLE Oregon uni's!

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Walker, Bulldogs Top Clemson

walker.jpgATHENS, Ga. - Georgia junior Herschel Walker rushed for 149 yards on 21 carries, including a 63-yard touchdown run in the second quarter to lead No. 7 ranked Georgia to a 17-7 win over No. 11-ranked Clemson at Sanford Stadium on Monday night.

 

Before a capacity crowd, Clemson silenced the Georgia faithful by taking the opening drive to paydirt. Chuck McSwain capped off the drive with a 10-yard run, but that was all of the scoring the Tigers would see as Clemson turned the ball over four times, including three interceptions.

 

Georgia connected on a field goal early in the second quarter and then took the lead when Walker sliced through the Clemson line and quickly vanished into the secondary, going 63 untouched yards that gave the Bulldogs a 10-7 lead which they took into halftime.

 

The Bulldogs received the kickoff in the second half and marched down the field, increasing their lead with  16-yard pass from John Lastinger to tight end Clarence Kay. Lastinger, who passed for only 70 yards, was efficient, if not impressive, going 10-for-13 in the game.

 

SITE: SANFORD STADIUM  ATTENDANCE:   61,682

 

Teams               1  2  3  4   Totals     
82 CLEMSON          7  0  0  0 -   7 (0-1-0)

82 GEORGIA          0 10  7  0 -  17 (1-0-0)

 

82 CLEMSON-      9:05 OF 1ST - 10 RUN BY C.McSWAIN (KICK BY PAULLING)

82 GEORGIA-     13:19 OF 2ND - 38 FG BY BUTLER

82 GEORGIA-      5:26 OF 2ND - 63 RUN BY H.WALKER (KICK BY BUTLER)

82 GEORGIA-     10:02 OF 3RD - 16 PASS BY LASTINGER TO KAY (KICK BY BUTLER)

 

                               TEAM STATISTICS

              82 CLEMSON                         82 GEORGIA

                    12           FIRST DOWNS           15 

                  46 - 183       RUSHING YDS         46 - 236 

                    87           PASSING YDS           70 

                    270           TOTAL YDS            306 

                5 - 12 - 3          PASSES         10 - 13 - 0 

               6 - 41.8              PUNTS        5 - 40.2 

                  2 - 1            FUM/LOST          5 - 2 

                  4 - 20          PENALTIES          0 - 0 

                  0 - 0             SACKED           1 - 4 

                 30:17        TIME OF POSSESSION    29:43

                10 - 16        THIRD DOWN EFF      6 - 13 

 

                RUSHING STATISTICS

82 CLEMSON        TC   YDS   AVG   LG   TD

AUSTIN            18    79   4.4   24    0

C.McSWAIN         13    45   3.5   10    1

McCALL             4    32   8.0   22    0

MACK               3    10   3.3    4    0

FLAGLER            3     7   2.3    4    0

GRIFFIN            2     7   3.5    4    0

JORDAN             3     3   1.0    5    0

 

82 GEORGIA        TC   YDS   AVG   LG   TD

H.WALKER          21   149   7.1   63    1

YOUNG              9    62   6.9   22    0

MCARTHY            8    22   2.8    9    0

NORRIS             3     6   2.0    3    0

LASTINGER          5    -3  -0.6    3    0

 

                RECEIVING

82 CLEMSON        TC    YDS    AVG   LG    TD

STOCKSTILL         2     39   19.5   20     0

MAGWOOD            1     27   27.0   27     0

DUNN               1     16   16.0   16     0

C.McSWAIN          1      5    5.0    5     0

 

82 GEORGIA        TC    YDS    AVG   LG    TD

KAY                4     39    9.8   16     1

H.WALKER           3     19    6.3   10     0

MCARTHY            2      6    3.0    5     0

WISHAM             1      6    6.0    6     0

 

                PASSING

82 CLEMSON        ATT  COM COM %  YDS  Y/A  Y/C  TD  TD%  I    I%  LG

JORDAN             12    5  41.7   87  7.3 17.4   0  0.0  3  25.0  27

 

82 GEORGIA        ATT  COM COM %  YDS  Y/A  Y/C  TD  TD%  I    I%  LG

LASTINGER          13   10  76.9   70  5.4  7.0   1  7.7  0   0.0  16

 

                KICKOFF RETURNS

82 CLEMSON        KR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

GRIFFIN            4    69  17.3   21   0

 

82 GEORGIA        KR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

NORRIS             1    18  18.0   18   0

MONTGOMERY         1    24  24.0   24   0

 

 

                PUNT RETURNS

82 CLEMSON        PR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

DAVIS              1    -2  -2.0    0   0

 

82 GEORGIA        PR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

HARRELL            4    34   8.5   12   0

 

                PUNTING

82 CLEMSON        PNT   AVG  LG  TB  BLK  20

HATCHER             6  41.8  57   1    0   1  

 

82 GEORGIA        PNT   AVG  LG  TB  BLK  20

BROADWAY            5  40.2  48   1    0   2  

 

                KICKING

82 CLEMSON        EPM EPA   EP% FGM FGA   FG% LG  0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49  50+

PAULLING            1   1 100.0 

 

82 GEORGIA        EPM EPA   EP% FGM FGA   FG% LG  0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49  50+

BUTLER              2   2 100.0   1   1 100.0 38  0- 0  0- 0  1- 1  0- 0  0- 0

 

 

INTERCEPTIONS

82 CLEMSON     IR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

 

82 GEORGIA     IR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

HOAGE           2    24  12.0   19   0

SANCHEZ         1    11  11.0   11   0

 

SACKS

82 CLEMSON        NO.   YDS LOST

PERRY               1        4

 

82 GEORGIA        NO.   YDS LOST

 

 

 

 



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1982 NCAA Week One Poll
As of Sept. 6, 1982

1. Pittsburgh (0-0) ... IDLE
2. Washington (0-0) ... IDLE
3. Alabama (0-0) ... IDLE
4. Nebraska (0-0) ... IDLE
5. Georgia (1-0) ... defeated No. 11 Clemson, 17-7
6. North Carolina (0-0) ... IDLE
7. SMU (0-0) ... IDLE
8. Penn State (1-0) ... defeated Temple, 42-14
9. Oklahoma (0-0) ... IDLE
10. USC (0-0) ... IDLE
11. Michigan (0-0) ... IDLE
12. Miami (Fla.) (1-0) ... defeated No. 16 Florida, 17-15 
13. Arkansas (0-0) ... IDLE
14. Ohio State (0-0) ... IDLE
15. Clemson (0-1) ... lost to No. 7 Georgia, 7-17
16. Texas (0-1) ... IDLE
17. Notre Dame (0-0) ...IDLE
18. Brigham Young (1-0) ... defeated UNLV, 54-24
19. UCLA (0-0) ...IDLE
20. Florida (0-1) ... lost to No. 15 Miami (Fla.), 15-17

Receiving Votes; Iowa, Missouri, West Virginia

Sept. 9, 1982 Key Games
(6) North Carolina at (1) Pittsburgh
Sept. 11, 1982 Key Games
(10) USC at (20) Florida
(18) Brigham Young at (5) Georgia
Houston at (12) Miami (Fla.)
Wisconsin at (11) Michigan
Iowa at (4) Nebraska
West Virginia at (9) Oklahoma
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3930153863_3067f497fb_o.jpgThe No. 2-ranked Washington Huskies open up the 1982 season on Saturday afternoon against the Miners of Texas El-Paso with fans of the Great Northwest ready to pounce on a National Championship. 

Washington is ranked No. 2 in the nation behind the Pittsburgh Panthers and are the favorites to take the Pac 10 crown. Washington is led by head coach Don James and return quarterback Steve Pelleur. Jacque Robinson is a 20-carry per game back and will be counted upon for a 1,000-yard season. Chris James and Sterling Hinds give the Huskies a potent backfield and will allow Pelleur to make good use of Anthony Allen and Paul Skansi.

The Huskies feature a schedule that includes just two teams ranked in the Top 20 and they both come late in the season against UCLA and at Arizona State. Washington will have a difficult challenge at the end of the season as they end the year with three of their last four games on the road including the season finale at Washington State.

1982 Washington Huskies Schedule

9/11 - UTEP
9/18 - @ Arizona
9/25 - OREGON
10/2 - SAN DIEGO STATE
10/9 - CALIFORNIA
10/16 - @ Oregon State
10/23 - TEXAS TECH
10/30 - @ Stanford
11/6 - (20) UCLA
11/13 - @ (19) Arizona State
11/20 - @ Washington State



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Marino Leads Top-Ranked Panthers to Second Half Comeback Win

 

Marino16L.jpgPITTSBURGH, Pa. - Dan Marino completed 29 of 36 passes and threw a touchdown as the top-ranked Pitt Panthers stayed atop of the polls with a hard-fought, 21-14 win over No. 6-ranked North Carolina at Three Rivers Stadium on Thursday night.

 

It did not look like it would be a happy evening for the Panthers as Pitt fell behind less than two minutes into the game as Kelvin Bryant scored on a 3-yard run. The touchdown was the lone score of the half despite the fact that Pittsburgh missed on a pair of second quarter field goals.

 

Despite averaging less than two yards per rush, Pitt was able to establish a more regular rushing attack in the second half as they ran for 47 yards on 21 carries after a first half in which they rushed for 16 yards on 17 rushes.

 

Trailing 14-0, Marino rallied the Panthers with a near 8-minute drive capped off by an 12-yard Marino pass to Dwight Collins that reinvigorated the crowd of nearly fifty-thousand.

 

The Pittsburgh defense settled in a clamped down Bryant and the tar Heels offense. Bryant, one of the premier backs in the country, was held to 42 yards and just 2.6 yards per carry. Chris Doleman intercepted a pass early in the fourth quarter and set up the Panthers from the UNC 21-yard line. Facing a third down and seven at the Tar Heels 8-yard line, Marino scampered away from a strong rush and dropped a pass in the flat to Marlon McIntyre who eluded a tackler and made the first down by less than a yard setting up Joe McCall's 1-yard run to tie the game.

 

After Pittsburgh caused a quick three-and-out, the Panthers took the lead, driving 57 yards capped by an 8-yard run by Bryan Thomas that gave Pitt a 21-14 lead. North Carolina had four minutes on the clock, but with an underperforming outing by Steve Stankavage (0-for-5) and Rod Elkins (5-for-10, 2 interceptions) struggling as the Pitt clamped down the Tar Heels rushing attack, North Carolina lost the ball on downs to end the game.

 

SITE: PITT STADIUM  ATTENDANCE:   45,931

 

Teams               1  2  3  4   Totals    
82 N CAROLINA       7  0  7  0 -  14 (0-1-0)

82 PITTSBURGH       0  0  7 14 -  21 (1-0-0)

 

82 N CAROLINA-  13:00 OF 1ST - 3 RUN BY BRYANT (KICK BY BARWICK)

82 N CAROLINA-  11:21 OF 3RD - 3 RUN BY HORTON (KICK BY BARWICK)

82 PITTSBURGH-   4:23 OF 3RD - 12 PASS BY MARINO TO COLLINS (KICK BY SCHUBERT)

82 PITTSBURGH-   9:51 OF 4TH - 1 RUN BY MCCALL (KICK BY SCHUBERT)

82 PITTSBURGH-   4:04 OF 4TH - 8 RUN BY THOMAS (KICK BY SCHUBERT)

 

                               TEAM STATISTICS

              82 N CAROLINA                      82 PITTSBURGH

                    8            FIRST DOWNS           16 

                  34 - 136       RUSHING YDS         38 - 63 

                    51           PASSING YDS           187 

                    187           TOTAL YDS            250 

                5 - 15 - 2          PASSES         29 - 36 - 0 

               7 - 35.7              PUNTS        7 - 43.4 

                  0 - 0            FUM/LOST          1 - 1 

                  9 - 65          PENALTIES          6 - 30 

                  2 - 8             SACKED           5 - 32 

                 23:30        TIME OF POSSESSION    36:30

                2 - 11         THIRD DOWN EFF      8 - 19 

 

                RUSHING STATISTICS

82 N CAROLINA     TC   YDS   AVG   LG   TD

BRYANT            16    42   2.6   21    1

ANTHONY            6    40   6.7    8    0

HORTON             8    55   6.9   32    1

RATLIFF            1     5   5.0    5    0

JONES              1     1   1.0    1    0

ELKINS             2    -8  -4.0         0

 

82 PITTSBURGH     TC   YDS   AVG   LG   TD

THOMAS            20    50   2.5    9    1

MCCALL             9    39   4.3    9    1

MCINTYRE           4     5   1.3    4    0

MARINO             5   -32  -6.4         0

 

                RECEIVING

82 N CAROLINA     TC    YDS    AVG   LG    TD

SMITH              1      8    8.0    8     0

SICKELS            1     12   12.0   12     0

BRYANT             1      2    2.0    2     0

COLSON             1      6    6.0    6     0

HARRISON           1     24   24.0   24     0

 

82 PITTSBURGH     TC    YDS    AVG   LG    TD

COLLINS            5     35    7.0   12     1

DAWKINS            4     22    5.5    8     0

J BROWN            1     14   14.0   14     0

WILLIAMS           1      7    7.0    7     0

WILSON             3     39   13.0   37     0

THOMAS             8     32    4.0   42     0

MCCALL             3     19    6.3    8     0

MCINTYRE           4     19    4.8    7     0

 

                PASSING

82 N CAROLINA     ATT  COM COM %  YDS  Y/A  Y/C  TD  TD%  I    I%  LG

STANKAVAGE          5    0   0.0    0  0.0        0  0.0  0   0.0   0

ELKINS             10    5  50.0   51  5.1 10.2   0  0.0  2  20.0  24

 

82 PITTSBURGH     ATT  COM COM %  YDS  Y/A  Y/C  TD  TD%  I    I%  LG

MARINO             36   29  80.6  187  5.2  6.4   1  2.8  0   0.0  42

 

                KICKOFF RETURNS

82 N CAROLINA     KR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

SMITH              3    96  32.0   64   0

 

82 PITTSBURGH     KR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

T LEWIS            1    20  20.0   20   0

 

 

                PUNT RETURNS

82 N CAROLINA     PR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

POOLE              1     4   4.0    4   0

BLACK              1    24  24.0   24   0

MORRISON           1     1   1.0    1   0

 

82 PITTSBURGH     PR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

FLYNN              1     3   3.0    3   0

 

                PUNTING

82 N CAROLINA     PNT   AVG  LG  TB  BLK  20

LOWE                7  35.7  56   2    0   1  

 

82 PITTSBURGH     PNT   AVG  LG  TB  BLK  20

GANZER              7  43.4  69   1    0   2  

 

                KICKING

82 N CAROLINA     EPM EPA   EP% FGM FGA   FG% LG  0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49  50+

BARWICK             2   2 100.0 

 

82 PITTSBURGH     EPM EPA   EP% FGM FGA   FG% LG  0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49  50+

SCHUBERT            3   3 100.0   0   1   0.0  0  0- 0  0- 1  0- 0  0- 0  0- 0

 

 

INTERCEPTIONS

82 N CAROLINA  IR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

 

82 PITTSBURGH  IR   YDS   AVG   LG  TD

T LEWIS         1     5   5.0    5   0

DOLEMAN         1     6   6.0    6   0

 

SACKS

82 N CAROLINA     NO.   YDS LOST

SHEPPARD            1       12

MOON                2       11

SNIPES              2        9

 

82 PITTSBURGH     NO.   YDS LOST

PELUSI              1        5

MAAS                1        3

 

 

 

 

 



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Did you know...

The Huskies have put 14 QB's in the NFL since 1975:

Warren Moon, Tom Flick, Steve Pelluer, Hugh Millen, Chris Chandler, Cary Conklin, Mark Brunnell, Billy Joe Hobert, Damon Huard, Brock Huard, Marques Tuiasosopo, Cody Pickett, Isaiah Stanback, and Jake Locker.

That list includes every regular starter from 1975-2003.

That's a legacy you don't read much about.  They weren't all great, but they made it.



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Cool idea.

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 Same here

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5188834716_bac15903d5.jpgAuburn 35, Wake Forest 17 ... Auburn jumped out to a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter and held off a mild Wake Forest rally. The Auburn defense held the Demon Deacons to just 188 total yards while amassing 470 yards. Bo Jackson rushed for 127 yards on 16 carries and scored twice while Lionel James scored twice and added 100 yards rushing on 15 carries. Auburn rushed 52 times for 348 yards.

(10) USC 24, (20) Florida 21 ... Steve Jordan hit an 18-yard field field with :26 seconds left to lift the No. 10-ranked USC Trojans to victory in Gainesville. USC led 21-7 one play into the fourth quarter, but Florida, who was trying to prevent an 0-2 start, rallied with a 10-yard pass from Wayne Peace to Bee Lang and a 41-yard touchdown run by James Jones with 5:34 left. 

California 28, Colorado 7 ... The Golden Bears scored 28 unanwered points and held Colorado scoreless for the final 55 minutes of the games at Folsom Stadium. John Tuggle rushed for 98 yards and scored two touchdowns while the California defense held Colorado quarterbacks to just 15-of-15 passing and caused three Colorado turnovers.

Louisville 23, Cincinnati 6 ... Louisville spotted Cincinnati a 6-0 first quarter lead and rallied for a big road win. The Cardinals took the lead on a 49-yard pass from Ed Rubbert to Carl Williams before Willie Shelby scored a pair of touchdowns on runs of 3 and 7 yards. Louisville used a trio of quarterbacks in the game as they search for a starter. Dean May, who went 11-for-17 for 146 yards, likely won the starting spot.

Colorado State 23, Wyoming 9 ... Terry Nugent passed for 354 yards and two touchdowns as the Rams pulled away from Wyoming late at Hughes Stadium. Wyoming led after the first quarter on a 15-yard touchdown pass from C. Johnson to Williams, but Colorado State answered with a 41-yard strike from Nugent to Jeff Champine. After a field goal and a Wyoming safety, Colorado State led 10-9 before scoring twice in the fourth quarter to seal the win. Terrence Johnson scored on an 11-yard run and Nugent put the game out of reach when he connected with Champine for a 26-yarder with just over six minutes remaining.

steve-young_display_image.jpg?1345430042(18) Brigham Young 37, (5) Georgia 14 ... Steve Young threw four touchdown passes as BYU stunned Georgia in Athens. Georgia was never in the game as BYU scored on its first possession of the game and jumped to a 23-0 lead in the second quarter. Young passed for 310 yards on a 20-for-25 afternoon and disected the Georgia defense. The Cougars defense was effective as well as they held Herschel Walker to 87 yards rushing.  

(3) Alabama 14, Georgia Tech 6 ... The Crimson Tide used a suffocating defense to stop the Yellow Jackets in Atlanta. Walter Lewis rushed for two touchdowns and 125 yards, including a 42-yard scoring scamper. Lewis scored on a 4-yard run in the first quarter and then led 14-0 late in the third quarter before Georgia Tech scored with 1:46 left on an 18-yard pass from Jim Bob Taylor to Jeff Keisler. Alabama overcame two turnovers with a defense that held Tech to 205 total yards.

(8) Penn State 35, Maryland 7 ... Todd Blackledge completed his first 20 passes as Penn State built a 28-0 lead and cruised to a win at Beaver Stadium. The Penn State defense dismantled Boomer Esiason and the Terps as they limited the star quarterback to just f-24 passing and 79 yards while intercepting him twice. The Nittany Lions limited Maryland to 178 total yards and 1-for-10 on third down. Curt Warner rushed for 132 yards and scored twice while Blackledge finished with a 22-for-23 afternoon. Harry Hamilton returned a punt 70 yards for the Nittany Lions fourth score.

Illinois 6, Michigan State 0 ... Illinois opened up the Big 10 season by overcoming five turnovers in a sloppy game that saw eight turnovers and 21 penalties. The Illini's Mike Bass accounted for all of the scoring hitting on a 47-yard field goal in the first quarter and a 22-yard field goal just before halftime. Illinois held Michigan State to just 3-for-16 on third down and held the Spartans to 14-for-38 in the air. Tony Eason passed for 269 yards despite three interceptions, including 100 yards to Mike Martin.

Indiana 25, Northwestern 7 ... Indiana caused four Northwestern turnovers and jumped to a 15-0 halftime lead in Bloomington. Babe Laufenberg passed for 254 yards and Duane Gunn had five catches for 113 yards to lead the Indiana offense. Doug Smith kicked four field goals to aid an Indiana offense that compiled 446 yards. Jon Harvey had four catches for 104 yards, including a 50-yard touchdown pass from Sandy Schwab to lead Northwestern.

Kansas 42, Wichita State 13 ... The Jayhawks used a balanced attack, passing for 242 yards and rushing for 204 in a blowout win over their state rivals. ten Kansas players rushed the ball with none rushing for more than 51 yards. Frank Seuer went 19-for-25 and three three touchdowns. The game was tied after the first quarter before Kansas reeled off 35 straight points.

Kansas State 24, Kentucky 7 ... Kansas State used three big plays to stop Kentucky at KSU Stadium. Darrell Ry Dickey started things off for the Wildcats with a 45-yard touchdown pass to Darrel Wild near the end of the first quarter. Kansas State took a 14-0 lead when James Witherspoon returned a punt 83 yards. With the score 17-7 early in the fourth quarter and Kentucky coming off a score, Pete Brown rambled 53 yards on the second play of the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Vanderbilt 28, Memphis State 10 ... The Commodores traveled to a rain-soaked Liberty Bowl and handled the Tigers in easy fashion despite s slew of turnovers. Memphis State led 3-0 after the first quarter before Vanderbilt scored twice in the second quarter. Louie Stephenson scored on an 18-yard run and after a turnover Whit Taylor hit Jim Popp with a 31-yard strike to give Vandy a 14-3 lead. The game featured an NCAA-record 16 turnovers, including 10 by Memphis State. The teams exchanged third quarter touchdowns before Vanderbilt's Keith Edwards scored on a 7-yard run. Taylor was intercepted five times while a trio of MSU quarterbacks were picked four times while the tigers fumbled eight times, losing six.

 

 



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Did you know...

The Huskies have put 14 QB's in the NFL since 1975:

Warren Moon, Tom Flick, Steve Pelluer, Hugh Millen, Chris Chandler, Cary Conklin, Mark Brunnell, Billy Joe Hobert, Damon Huard, Brock Huard, Marques Tuiasosopo, Cody Pickett, Isaiah Stanback, and Jake Locker.

That list includes every regular starter from 1975-2003.

That's a legacy you don't read much about.  They weren't all great, but they made it.


 That is a fascinating stat...your knowledge is boundless!! Actually saw a BYU-Washington game a few years ago, what a beautiful stadium. Got to walk on the field and toss the ball around a little bit. great setting, atmosphere. Do you get to many games?

 



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Markfranthony wrote:
seajaw wrote:

Did you know...

The Huskies have put 14 QB's in the NFL since 1975:

Warren Moon, Tom Flick, Steve Pelluer, Hugh Millen, Chris Chandler, Cary Conklin, Mark Brunnell, Billy Joe Hobert, Damon Huard, Brock Huard, Marques Tuiasosopo, Cody Pickett, Isaiah Stanback, and Jake Locker.

That list includes every regular starter from 1975-2003.

That's a legacy you don't read much about.  They weren't all great, but they made it.


 That is a fascinating stat...your knowledge is boundless!! Actually saw a BYU-Washington game a few years ago, what a beautiful stadium. Got to walk on the field and toss the ball around a little bit. great setting, atmosphere. Do you get to many games?

 


Once, with my Dad, back around 1975.  Saw the Huskies beat UCLA, if I recall.  Robin Earl ran for something like 150 yards.  They'd stack him up at the line and he'd still fall forward for 4-5 yards.

Football's a bit pricy for me, and I'm a baseball-first person anyway.  The QB list is on a wiki site.

At one point back in the '80's, Washington had the third-most players active in the NFL.  They were a great school for the so-called "skill" positions.

Here's just a short list of prominent names from the last 40 years:

Running backs: Joe Steele, Napoleon Kaufman, Corey Dillon

Tight Ends: Eric Bjornson, Mark Bruener, Cam Cleeland, Ernie Conwell

Wide receivers: Jerome Pathon

Safety: Nesby Glasgow, Dana Hall

Cornerbacks: Ray Horton, Mark Lee

Centers: Blair Bush, Olin Kreutz, Ray Mansfield

Offensive linemen: Brian Habib, Benji Olson

Defensive lineman: Doug Martin

Defensive backs: Lawyer Milloy, Tony Parrish

Place kickers: Chuck Nelson, Jeff Jaeger, Mike Lansford

Punters: Rich Camarillo

http://www.databasefootball.com/players/bycollege.htm?sch=University+of+Washington



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