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my apologies...the game malfunctioned and had to restart the season...but I got it all worked out...lol...well hopefully so here we go again



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NCAA 1982 Preseason Poll

1. Pittsburgh ... Idle
2. Washington ...Idle
3. Alabama ...Idle
4. Nebraska ... Idle
5. North Carolina ... Idle
6. SMU ... Idle
7. Georgia ... vs. No. 11 Clemson
8. Penn State ... vs. Temple
9. Oklahoma ... Idle
10. USC ... Idle
11. Clemson ... at No. 7 Georgia
12. Michigan ... Idle
13. Arkansas ... Idle
14. Ohio State ... Idle
15. Miami ... at No. 16 Florida
16. Florida ... vs. No. 15 Miami
17. Texas ... Idle
18. Notre Dame ...Idle
19. Arizona State ... at Oregon  
20. UCLA ... Idle
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Week One Notes
HerschelWalker_display_image.jpg?1290626356Brigham Young kicks off the 1982 season on the road at UNLV. Quarterback Steve Young has many around the country keeping their eyes on the Cougars this season as their passing attack could soar BYU to a Top 10 finish despite playing in the Western Athletic Conference. The game also features Young and UNLV star quarterback Randall Cunningham ... One of two big games of the opening week takes place in Gainesville, Fla. as the No. 16-ranked Florida Gators host No. 15-ranked Miami. Jim Kelly leads the Miami offense as the quarterback took the starting spot from Mark Richt ... Labor Day night has No. 7 Georgia and star running back Herschel Walker hosting No. 11-ranked Clemson between the hedges in Athens. The regional game has national championship implications for both the Bulldogs and the Tigers ... The Big 10 season opens up with Illinois hosting Northwestern while the Pac 10 season opens with Oregon hosting No. 19-ranked Arizona State ... Florida State, unranked but receiving votes, hosts Cincinnati at Doak Campbell Stadium ... No. 8-ranked Penn State, behind running back Curt Warner and quarterback Todd Blackledge, hosts Temple in Happy Valley ... In an ACC-SEC showdown, Duke visits Tennessee ... In a key matchup, Boston College visits College Station  to tackle Texas A&M.

Week 1 Schedule
East
Friday - Rutgers at Syracuse
Temple at Penn State
North
Northwestern at Illinois
Colorado State at Missouri
Ohio at Bowling Green
Southern Illinois at Western illinois
Northern Illinois at Toledo
South
Miami at Florida
Western Kentucky at Louisville
Cincinnati at Florida State
Memphis State at Ole Miss
Furman at North Carolina State
Virginia Tech at Richmond
Pacific at South Carolina
NE Louisiana at Southern Miss
Duke at Tennessee
Mississippi State at Tulane
Western Carolina at Wake Forest
Monday - Clemson at Georgia
Southwest
Boston College at Texas A&M
North Texas State at Baylor
Air Force at Tulsa
UTEP at New Mexico State
West
Thursday - BYU at UNLV
Arizona State at Oregon
Montana State at Utah
New Mexico at Wyoming






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The Pittsburgh Panthers are the preseason favorite to take the 1982 National Championship and with Dan Marino at the helm, the Panthers seem to have the upper hand in a very competitive NCAA field.

In a season which there seems to be a great quarterback at every turn, John Elway at Stanford, Steve Young at Brigham Young, Jim Kelly at Miami and Todd Blackledge at Penn State, Marino looks to be the one who is attracting most of the attention. Despite Elway having what many consider the best tools of an quarterback in the class, Marino has a team that will garner most of the attention.

While it is because of Marino that all eyes will be on Western Pennsylvania this season (although the fans of Penn State in Central Pa. will have just as many people talking), the Panthers have surrounded Marino with one of the strongest teams in the nation on both sides of the ball. 

Wide receiver Julius Dawkins will be Marino's most looked to deep threat, but he will also have the luxury of running backs Bryan Thomas and Dwight Collins. Marlon McIntyre and Collins give Marino sure hands out of the backfield and will allow the Pitt offense to be able to spread the field. However, for Marino, the key this season will be an offensive line that features Bill Fralic and Jimbo Covert. On defense there could be no better than lineman Bill Mass and linebacker Chris Doleman.

Despite it all, the Panthers will have to lineup against one of the toughest schedules in country. Pitt will open up the season against No. 5 North Carolina in prime time on Thursday, Sept. 6 at Three Rivers Stadium. The schedule gets no easier as the Panthers travel to Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee to play dangerous Florida State. A road trip to Big 10 power Illinois follows before returning home to play their region rival West Virginia. Things finally get easier when Temple comes to town. 

A road game to Syracuse and the Carrier Dome is next up before Louisville visits Pittsburgh to finish October. November begins with a brutal battle with No. 18-ranked Notre Dame, again at Three Rivers Stadium. A relative breather follows with a visit to West Point to take on Army. Rutgers comes to town before a season-ending meeting with arch-rival No. 8-ranked Penn State at Three Rivers Stadium in what could be a battle to determine who could be the national champions.



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Too bad you had to restart.

At least it didn't happen 10 weeks into the season. wink



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LOL...I know...Thank goodness for little things. Thank you very much for following this as well. I hope everyone enjoys the little baseball break or addition. Gearing up for Colorado-St. Louis series now. All-Star Game is coming up and following your replay with wild intensity. I am nervous about your finish, although 1.5 games is making me feel a LITTLE better.

I like the 1982 season with all of the great QB's and the bowl tie-ins. But, with so many independents I don't know what is going to happen...I feel Pitt, Penn State, Alabama, Washington, SMU, Florida, Nebraska all have a legitimate shot...But with the Orange, Sugar, Rose and Cotton having those slots prefilled - yikes!! Nebraska (Orange), Alabama or Florida (Sugar), SMU (Cotton), Michigan-USC (Rose), then the indy's WOW. It should be fun, or interesting.



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Markfranthony wrote:

LOL...I know...Thank goodness for little things. Thank you very much for following this as well. I hope everyone enjoys the little baseball break or addition. Gearing up for Colorado-St. Louis series now. All-Star Game is coming up and following your replay with wild intensity. I am nervous about your finish, although 1.5 games is making me feel a LITTLE better.

I like the 1982 season with all of the great QB's and the bowl tie-ins. But, with so many independents I don't know what is going to happen...I feel Pitt, Penn State, Alabama, Washington, SMU, Florida, Nebraska all have a legitimate shot...But with the Orange, Sugar, Rose and Cotton having those slots prefilled - yikes!! Nebraska (Orange), Alabama or Florida (Sugar), SMU (Cotton), Michigan-USC (Rose), then the indy's WOW. It should be fun, or interesting.



-- Edited by Markfranthony on Friday 11th of October 2013 02:14:34 AM


I have a particular rooting interest. wink

I finished rolling the first 56 games for everyone.  Now I have to sort out what's left... biggrin



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Week One Results

Steve-Young.jpgBrigham Young 56, UNLV 13 ... Steve Young laid down the gauntlet for the Heisman Trophy as he passed for four touchdowns and ran for two more in a BYU blowout in Las Vegas. Young passed for 414 yards on 22-for-26 as he bested UNLV's Randall Cunningham, who was 20-for-39 for 320 yards with a touchdown and an interception. BYU amassed 603 total yards and scored the final 42 points of the game.

Syracuse 28, Rutgers 17 ... Todd Norley passed for two touchdowns and 191 yards while Jaime Covington ran for 101 yards as Syracuse had little trouble with Rutgers at the Carrier Dome. Rutgers two scores came on long touchdown passed by Jacque LaPrairie, 22-yards and 57-yards. LaPrairie was 15-of-23 for 171 yards and threw two interceptions.

(16) Florida 35, (15) Miami 14 ... Jim Kelly started off strong driving Miami to touchdown on its first possession of the game, but things fell apart for the Hurricanes starter as he threw three interceptions and completed just 11-of-28 passes in Gainesville. Florida trailed 7-0 after the first quarter, but methodically took control of the game behind 113 yards rushing from Lorenzo Hampton. Florida out-gained Miami 210-55 on the ground and the Gators defense held Miami to just 211 total yards. Wayne Peace was 14-for-21 and threw three touchdowns despite being sacked five times. Ivory Curry had two interceptions for the Gators.

Florida State 42, Cincinnati 28 ... Greg Allen rushed for 125 yards and three touchdowns and also returned a kickoff 88-yards in one of the top performances of the week as the Seminoles made a push for the Top 20. Florida State scored on its first possession of the game and never trailed despite being out-gained by the Bearcats, 429-393. Cincinnati quarterback Danny Barrett turned heads throwing for 324 yards and two touchdowns.

Illinois 19, Northwestern 6 ... The Fighting Illini took the early lead in the Big 10 as they suffocated the Wildcats in the conference opener in Champagne. Tony Eason was an efficient 20-for-37 for 202 yards. Illinois, who had three interceptions including two by Craig Swoope, led 19-0 until Northwestern scored with 3:46 left to play. Mike Butkus and Dan Gregus each had two sacks as the Illini recorded seven sacks.

b780e7fc2542b3c5355067888687759f02ed7fcf.jpg?x=208&y=288&sig=0696b1dbca1f1c8e3421d1b2544f86c1Mississippi 49, Memphis State 10 ... It was easy for Ole Miss in Oxford as the Rebels racked up 656 yards of offense. Kent Austin demolished the Ole Miss and SEC record books by throwing for 465 yards and four touchdowns. Austin was 26-for-30 while receivers Michael Harmon had 10 catches for 190 and James Harbour had four catches for 123 yards. Austin threw for touchdowns of 6, 25, 44 and 3 yards.

Missouri 22, Colorado State 2 ... The Missouri defense caused five turnovers as they battled through a rain storm at Faurot Field. Marlon Adler and Brad Perry shared the quarterbacking duties with limited effectiveness for the Tigers. Adler threw for 89 yards on 7-for-14 passing and two scores while Perry was 6-for-11 for 80 yards. The duo was sacked a combined six times by the Colorado State defense.

North Carolina State 21, Furman 0 ... The Wolfpack struggled mightily, but held off Division-IAA Furman at home. NC State never trailed in the game, but could never put away Furman until the fourth quarter. Mike Cofer struggled for NC State missing three extra-points and two of three field goals. 

(19) Arizona State 19, Oregon 0 ... The Sun Devils showed their strength as they caused six turnovers in a complete domination of oregon in the Pac 10 opener. Willie Gittens scored on a 49-yard punt return midway through the first quarter and Arizona state would not get to the end zone until the fourth quarter when backup quarterback Sandy Osiecki hit Darrell Clack on a 4-yard pass. Todd Hons was 16-for-32 for 203 yards and wide receiver Jerome Weatherspoon had five catches for 131 yards. Steve Baack had three sacks for Oregon.

CurtWarner_display_image.jpg?1327252448(8) Penn State 37, Temple 7 ... Curt Warner rushed for 218 yards on 18 carries and scored twice to lead Penn State at Beaver Stadium. Warner had runs of 82 and 54-yards. Penn State held Temple to 156 yards, including 44 yards rushing on 37 attempts. Todd Blackledge struggled in the game, going 12-for-25 while throwing a touchdown pass and two interceptions.

Duke 30, Tennessee 28 ... Ben Bennett threw for 372 yards and three touchdowns as Duke had no trouble handling Tennessee in Knoxville before a stunned crowd of 84,559 fans. Tennessee scored first and led 7-3 at the half and took a 14-3 lead early in the third quarter on a 4-yard run by Chuck Coleman before bennett and the Blue Devils took control of the game. Bennett hit running back Mike grayson out of the backfield on a 22-yard flat pass to cut the Vols lead to 14-10. Less than two minutes later, after a Tennessee interception, Bennett hit Mark Militello with a 45-yard strike to give Duke a 17-14 lead. Just over a minute into the fourth quarter, Duke struck again as Bennett threw his third touchdown pass in 7:11, a 21-yard pass to Chris Castor for a 24-14 lead. Grayson scored the fourth second touchdown for Duke on a 2-yard run. The Volunteers rallied to score twice in the final two minutes, but failed on an onside kick with 1:15 left in the game.

Boston College 33, Texas A&M 10 ... Boston College wasted no time as they scored 17 first quarter points en route to a decisive win in College Station. Doug Flutie was 12-of-24 for 215 yards and two touchdowns and also ran 54-yards for another score. Stephen Strachan capped of the opening drive with a 3-yard run and after a field goal, Flutie hit John Schoen with a 14-yard pass with 1:31 left in the opening quarter. Texas A&M tried to mount a comeback, getting a field goal and then recovering a blocked punt in the end zone in less than a minute to cut the BC lead to 17-10 with 7:21 left in the half. Flutie hit Scott Nizolek, who had 110 receiving yards, with a 54-yard strike with 1:39 left in the half and then Flutie scampered 54-yards for a touchdown on the first drive of the third quarter to put the game out reach.

Tulane 37, Mississippi State 16 ... Four fumbles doomed Mississippi State as Tulane stunned the Bulldogs before a large crowd at The Superdome. Tulane got the crowd of more than 41-thousand up by scoring on their first possession. Tulane added another first quarter score as they easily rolled to a win. Mike McKay passed for 256 yards, including 116 to Robert Griffin who had a game high seven receptions. Michael Haddix had 116 yards rushing for Mississippi State.

clarencekay-auburn81.jpg(7) Georgia 20, (11) Clemson 15 ... In a game that measured up to all of its hype, Georgia topped Clemson in a wild finish between the hedges in Athens. Georgia took a 7-0 lead when Herschel Walker bowled over a trio of Clemson defenders on a 1-yard run late in the first quarter. The score was the only one until a wild fourth erupted. Jeff McCall scored on a 15-yard run to tie the game. On the following possession, Georgia utilized 36-yard run by Barry Young and a 23-yard scamper Tron Jackson to drive the ball to the Clemson 25-yard line where Walker ripped through the Tigers defense untouched for a 14-7 lead. On the following possession, Clemson methodically drove down the field and scored on a 2-yard pass from Homer Jordan to Frank Magwood. Clemson risked the win and went for a two-point conversion and scored on a Jordan keeper for a 15-14 lead with 1:59 left in the game.  Behind a raucous crowd, on first down, Vince Dooley shocked Clemson as John Lastinger threw a long pass over the middle that Clarence Kay snatched. The Georgia receiver split a pair of Clemson defenders who were covering the sidelines and sprinted 70-yards for the go-ahead score. Georgia had attempted only five passes prior to the touchdown.

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Week 1 Scores
East
Syracuse 28, Rutgers 17
Penn State 37, Temple 7
South
Florida 35, Miami 14
Florida State 42, Cincinnati 28
Georgia 20, Clemson 15
Louisville 27, Western Kentucky 6
Ole Miss 49, Memphis State 10
NC State 21, Furman 10
Richmond 30, Virginia Tech 28
South Carolina 24, Pacific 8
Southern Miss 27, NE Louisiana 23
Duke 30, Tennessee 28
Tulane 37, Mississippi State 16
Western Carolina 12, Wake Forest 10
North
Illinois 19, Northwestern 6
Missouri 22, Colorado State 2
Ohio 12, Bowling Green 7
Central Michigan 17, Indiana State 7
Toledo 17, Northern Illinois 10
Southwest
New Mexico State 33, UTEP 27
Boston College 33, Texas A&M 10
New Mexico 14, Wyoming 7
West
BYU 56, UNLV 13
Northern Arizona 23, Fullerton State 9
Arizona State 17, Oregon 0
Utah 43, Montana State 29
Air Force 14, Tulsa 8
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Week 1 Top 20
after games of Sept. 4

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, 20-15
6. Penn State (1-0) ... defeated Temple, 37-7
7. North Carolina (0-0) ... Idle
8. SMU (0-0) ... Idle
9. Oklahoma (0-0) ... Idle
10. USC (0-0) ... Idle
11. Florida (1-0) ... defeated No. 15 Miami, 35-14
12. Clemson (0-1) ... lost to No. 7 Georgia, 15-20
13. Michigan (0-0) ... Idle
14. Arkansas (0-0) ... Idle
15. Ohio State (0-0) ... Idle
16. Texas (0-0) ... Idle
17. Notre Dame (0-0) ...Idle
18. Arizona State (1-0) ... defeated Oregon, 17-0  
19. Miami (0-1) ... lost to No. 16 Florida, 14-35
20. UCLA (0-0) ... Idle
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ncaa2.jpgWhile the Pitt Panthers are still the toast of the town, across the state of Pennsylvania, the Penn State Nittany Lions announced their presence as they used a savage rushing attack in their opening day win over Temple.

The Nittany Lions ran the ball 44 times and amassed 285 yards rushing in a 37-7 win over the Owls and established themselves as a solid ball control team. What favors Penn State is the fact that they have both a speed runner in Curt Warner, but also a power back in John Williams. Warner punished the Temple defense for 218 yards on just 18 caries for a 12.1 yards per carry average and had runs of 82-yards and a 54-yard touchdown run. Williams carried just eight times in the game, but came away with 61 yards for a 7.6 average. 

Skeeter Nichols, Joel Coles and Tony Mumford give the Lions solid depth at running back despite the fact they were used sparingly in the opener, combing for 35 yards on 10 carries. Todd Blackledge, who struggled in the opener, is considered one of the top 10 quarterbacks in the country. In the opener, however, Blackledge completed just 50 percent of his passes and threw two interceptions. But, head coach Joe Paterno does not make the quarterback the focal point of his offense and this season it looks like Blackledge will just captain the Lions surging rushing attack.

As the Nittany Lions can pound the ball as well as any team in the nation, Penn State can also stop the run better than nearly anyone in country. The PSU defense held Temple to just 44 yards on 37 carries and 156 yards of total offense. The Lions defense did not allow a rush for more than 10 yards and only four plays of 10 or more yards and just one over 15 yards.

The defensive is led by a strong line, anchored by Ken Kelley, Dave Opfar, Walker Lee Ashley and Greg Gattusso while Scott Radecic, Dave Paffenroth and Al Harris give Penn State a solid core of linebackers. Potential All-American Harry Hamilton is leader of the secondary along with Roger Jackson.

if they can get through their schedule unscathed the Nittany Lions will likely challenge for the national title as their 982 slate unbelievably features  three of the top four preseason teams in the country in top-ranked Pittsburgh, No. 3-ranked Alabama and No. 4-ranked Nebraska. For good measure the Lions play ACC contenders Maryland and North Carolina State as well as Boston College, West Virginia, Boston College and Notre Dame.

 



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Week 2 Schedule

East
(7) North Carolina at (1) Pittsburgh
Maryland at (6) Penn State

Temple at Syracuse
South
(3) Alabama at Georgia Tech

Wake Forest at Auburn
(10) USC at (11) Florida
BYU at (5) Georgia
West Texas State at Louisiana Tech

Western Michigan at Marshall
Vanderbilt at Memphis State
Houston at (19) Miami
Southern Miss at Ole Miss
Arkansas State at Mississippi State
Virginia at Navy
East Carolina at North Carolina State
Richmond at South Carolina
Iowa State at Tennessee
North
Toledo at Ball State
Eastern Michigan at Akron

Louisville at Cincinnati
Michigan State at Illinois
Northwestern at Indiana
New Mexico State at Indiana State
Wichita State at Kansas

Kentucky at Kansas State
William & Mary at Miami (Ohio)
Iowa at (4) Nebraska
Army at Missouri
Wisconsin at (13) Michigan
Baylor at (15) Ohio State
Ohio at Minnesota
Stanford at Purdue
Southwest
SW Louisiana at Rice
Utah State at TCU
Tulane at (8) SMU
Texas Tech at New Mexico
West Virginia at (9) Oklahoma

North Texas State at Oklahoma State
Tulsa at (14) Arkansas
West
Fullerton at Boise State
California at Colorado
Wyoming at Colorado State
Cal Poly SLO at Fresno State
Montana at Hawaii
San Jose State at Oregon
Long Beach State at (20) UCLA
UTEP at (2) Washington
Idaho at Washington State
San Diego State at Air Force
Oregon State at Arizona
Utah at (18) Arizona State

Games of the Week
$(KGrHqYOKiYE1fKJ3kFKBNeuMy11Jg~~_35.JPG(7) North Carolina at (1) Pittsburgh ... The season debut comes on Thursday night at Three Rivers Statdium. Dan Marino begins his quest for the Heisman Trophy against one of the tougher defenses in the country in the only battle between Top 10 teams. 

(10) USC at (11) Florida ... The Gators (1-0) have the momentum after defeating Miami at home last week. The Trojans will be opening up their season. Sean Salibury needs a solid game as USC will have a tough time rushing against the Florida defense.



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I was comparing what happened in the first week, with how those games went in the restart.  I noticed a couple of flips in scores, with one huge difference:

In the first go-round, #12 Miami (Fla) nipped #16 Florida, 17-15.

In the restart, Florida stuck it to the 'Canes, 35-14.

Expect Miami fans to demand a rubber match on that one... biggrin

Also, BYU went from beating UNLV, 54-24, and getting a #18 ranking...to beating UNLV, 56-13, and getting dumped from the top-20!!! confuse



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May1712012.jpg(1) Pitt 20, (7) North Carolina 6 ... In the game of the season, or by most standards the first of many big games, Dan Marino was efficient if not spectacular as the No. 1-ranked Pitt Panthers (1-0) stifled the No. 7-North Carolina Tar Heels at Three Rivers Stadium. Marino was 18-for-28 for 168 yards and threw a touchdown pass despite being sacked six times, twice by William Fuller. Pittsburgh's offense was conservative as they ran 10 more times then they passed as they wore down North Carolina in the second half. Ina game that truly lived up to its hype, the teams exchanged first quarter field goals and North Carolina (0-1) took a 6-3 lead into halftime when Brooks  Barwick connected from 25-yards early in the second quarter. Pitt drove to the 2-yard line midway through the third quarter and had to settle for a 19-yard field to tie the game. As expected, both teams displayed their highly touted defenses. Kelvin Bryant sliced through the Pitt defense for 121 yards on 15 carries, including a 65-yard scamper, but the Panthers defense did not allow the All-American running back into the end zone. It was Pitt's Bryan Thomas, who rushed for 107 yards, broke into the end zone on an 18-yard run with 1:00 left in the third quarter. The Panthers defense stiffened as they held the Tar Heels to just 3-of-14 on third down. Marino put the game out of reach when he hit Julius Dawkins with a 13-yard strike at the 3:11 mark.

Auburn 14, Wake Forest 0 ... Auburn (1-0) held the ball for 44:54 seconds and wore down the Demon Deacons at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Ron O'Neal scored late in the first quarter and Bo Jackson soared over for a 1-yard score late in the third quarter as the Tigers showed extreme patience. Auburn held Wake to just seven first downs and 149 yards of total offense. Auburn did all of its damage on the ground, rushing for 326 yards, including 98 by Lionel James and 89 by Jackson.

Cincinnati 30, Louisville 10 ... The Bearcats (1-1) rebounded from a loss at Florida State by breaking down the Cardinals in the second half. leading 7-3 at the half, Cincinnati recorded a safety less than two minutes into the second half and followed with the first of three touchdown passes by Danny Barrett. The bearcats quarterback connected with Allen Harvin on a 7-yard pass for a 17-3 lead. Harvin rushed for 146 yards, but it was the combination of Barrett and Deno Foster that sparked Cincinnati in the fourth quarter. The duo connected on scores of 12-yards and 65-yards in a five minute span to seal the win.

Colorado 27, California 7 ... California scored first, but Colorado shut down the Golden Bears, causing four fumbles in the decisive win in Boulder. Neither team was efficient on offense, but it was the five California turnovers and 13 Golden bear penalties that proved to be the difference.

Colorado State 53, Wyoming 35 ... After exchanging touchdowns oin the first three possessions of the game, Colorado State reeled off 36 straight points to blowout the Cowboys. Leading 23-14, Dan Hammerschmidt took the second half kickoff 96-yards to give the Rams a 17-point lead. Colorado State scored 20 fourth quarter points and 30 in the second half to seal the win. Terry Nugent threw for 240 yards and three touchdowns.

(11) Florida 23, (10) USC 14 ... Florida (2-0) needed a fourth quarter comeback to stop Southern Cal in the Trojans opener. The Trojans (0-1) took a 3-0 first quarter lead, but James Jones scored two second half touchdowns to sandwich a USC safety as the Gators led, 14-5 at halftime. The third quarter belonged to USC as Todd Spencer scored on a 1-yard run on the Trojans opening drive of the second half. USC, who committed three turnovers, added a field goal late in the quarter to take a 15-14 lead into the fourth quarter. After exchanging punts on Florida mounted the go-ahead drive, culminating on a 1-yard run by Jones with 6:58 left in the game. The Gators added a field goal with less than a minute to play to secure the win. Jeff Simmons had four catches for 134 yards.

BYU-Young.jpgBrigham Young 23, (5) Georgia 20 ... Brigham Young traveled across the country and dealt No. 5-ranked Georgia a severe blow to their national championship hopes with a stunning upset in Athens. Steve Young passed for 260 yards and a pair of touchdowns in a back-and-forth battle. The Cougars (2-0) took a 10-0 first quarter lead on a 37-yard field goal and a 4-yard run by Young. Georgia, behind Herschel Walker's 144 yards, scored on a 4-yard run by Chris McCarthy early in the second quarter. Walker gave the Bulldogs the lead on a 3-yard run with 8:45 left in the half. Young gave BYU the halftime lead on a 39-yard pass from Young to Scott Collie. Kevin Butler tied the game with the lone points in the third quarter, a 30-yard field goal to make the 17-17 eat the 11:55 mark. Brigham Young scored on the first play of the final quarter when Young hit running back Eric Stinnett on a 14-yard swing pass. The Cougars missed the extra-point, which left the door wide open for a Georgia comeback and the Bulldogs quickly answered on the next possession, but the drive stalled at the BYU 27, setting up a 44-yard field goal by Butler with 11:27 left to play. However, Georgia was unable to sustain any drive on their next two possessions as the Cougars clamped down on the Bulldogs ground attack, not allowing Georgia past midfield.

(3) Alabama 17, Georgia Tech 16 ... The Crimson Tide needed a 47-yard field goal by Pete Kim with 1:28 remaining to edge the Yellow Jackets in Atlanta. The highly-touted Tide struggled with Georgia Tech after taking a 14-3 lead in the second quarter on a pair of Ricky Moore touchdown runs. Georgia Tech scored before the half on a 29-yard pass from Jim Bob Taylor to Jeff Keisler and after Alabama fumbled the kickoff, Tech trimmed the Tide led to one point on a 37-yard field goal on the last play of the half. Alabama led 14-13 until the 4:31 mark of the fourth quarter when Ron Rice barely made a 42-yard field goal to give Tech a 16-14 lead. Rice had missed a 26-yard field in the third quarter.

Illinois 48, Michigan State 10 ... Tony Eason threw two touchdown passes in the first eight minutes of the game and Illinois (2-0, 2-0) never looked back as they picked up their second Big 10 win of the young season. Eason connected on 20 of 24 passes and threw for 298 yards as the Fighting Illini led 27-10 at the half. Illinois held the Spartans to just seven yards rushing on 22 carries and a long of just five yards.

Indiana 24, Northwestern 7 ... Orlando Brown ran for 102 yards and scored a touchdown to lead the Hoosiers. Indiana jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter. Northwestern answered with a third quarter score on its first possession of the second half, but Indiana put the game away with 10 unanswered points. Babe Laufenberg was 19-for-29 for 149 yards and a touchdown.

Kansas 16, Wichita State 7 ... Kansas led 16-0 at halftime and held off the Shockers in the second half. The game was more evenly matched and sloppy than Kansas had hoped as the teams combined for 16 penalties.

Kansas State 45, Kentucky 0 ... Kansas State dominated from the outset and led 24-0 at halftime before blowing open the game with a 21-point fourth quarter. Kentucky committed seven turnovers and had just 157 total yards of offense as the Wildcats dominated on both sides of the ball. Mark Hundley ran for 103 yards as Kansas State rushed for 303 yards.

Memphis State 14, Vanderbilt 3 ... Memphis State got on the winning track with an upset over Vanderbilt at the Liberty Bowl. Trell Hooper scored on a 6-yard run on the Tigers first possession. Memphis State out-gained Vandy, 149-35 on the ground. Whit Taylor was 19-for-37 for 206 yards for the Commodores, but Vanderbilt only crossed midfield three times.

(19) Miami 19, Houston 17 ... No. 19-ranked Miami avoided an 0-2 start with a 16-point, fourth quarter at the Orange Bowl. The Hurricanes scored twice in the final 1:29 as they overcame four turnovers. Houston led 17-10 after a 51-yard field goal with 7:55 left. Jim Kelly, who was 19-for-30 for 190 yards, drove the Hurricanes 77 yards and scored what appeared to be the game-tying score on a 2-yard pass to Andy Baratta, but the 'Canes went for the two-point conversion and failed, stunning the sellout crowd. As luck would have it, Miami recovered the onside kick and drove to 23-yard line, winning the game on Jeff Davis' 40-yard field goal with :44 seconds left. 

1982-mich.jpg(13) Michigan 27, Wisconsin 24 ... The Wolverines needed two fourth quarter touchdowns to avoid an upset at The Big House on Saturday. Wisconsin jumped ahead 14-0 with a pair of first quarter scores and held the lead through three quarters, 24-13. Dan Rice scored on a 1-yard run with 11:28 left in the game and the Michigan defense stiffened, stopping Wisconsin twice. Michigan capped the comeback with 1:17 left when Steve Smith connected with Vince Bean on a 2-yard, third down strike. Lawrence Ricks led Michigan with 101 yards while Troy King had a monster day for the Badgers rushing for 113 yards on five carries, including a 72-yard touchdown run.

Ohio 7, Minnesota 0 ... The Bobcats intercepted Mike Hoensee a Big 10 record six times in upsetting the Golden Gophers. Ohio defensive back Eric Edwards set a Bobcats record with three interceptions. The lone score of the game in the second quarter when Donnie Harrison connected with Bruce Bishop on a 10-yard fade with 13:35 left in the half.

Southern Miss 31, Ole Miss 10 ... The Golden Eagles Sam Dejarnette rushed for 182 yards on 33 carries and scored three times in a blowout win in Oxford. Ole Miss led 3-0 early, but Southern Miss reeled off 24 consecutive points, including a 44-yard run by Dejarnette on the first possession of the third quarter to give the Golden eagles a 24-3 lead.

Mississippi State 21, Arkansas State 14 ... Mississippi State needed a late touchdown to beat Arkansas State in Starkville. John Bond hit Glenn Young with a 24-yard pass with 4:47 remaining for the game-winning score. The pass was one of just three completions Bond had during the game. Michael Haddix rushed for 80 yards, but it was Henry Koontz who scored twice for the Bulldogs.

Missouri 7, Army 6 ... The Tigers had their hands full with the Cadets in Columbia. Missouri mustered just one touchdown, a first quarter score, but it was enough to counter two fourth quarter Army field goals. Brad Perry hit Curtland Thomas on a 9-yard strike at the end of the first quarter and made the score stand on the heels of a defense that allowed just 140 yards, including 29 yards passing. The heralded Army rushing game had just 111 yards on 32 carries.

Navy 31, Virginia 3 ... The Midshipmen put up 418 yards, including 242 in the air to dominate Virginia in the opener for both teams. Marco Pagninelli passed for 151 yards as Navy blew the game open with 21 third quarter points. Navy was 14-for-18 on third down conversions.

neb-smith.jpg(4) Nebraska 31, Iowa 14 ... Mike Rozier ran for 154 yards and scored a touchdown, but it was the Jeff Smith show that brought down the house in Lincoln. Nebraska trailed 14-10 headed into the fourth quarter before staging a mountainous comeback. The Cornhuskers scored three fourth quarter touchdowns beginning when Roger Craig pounded in the end zone on a 3-yard run with 14:26 left. Six minutes later it was Smith who provided the first of two firework plays. With 8:36 left, he returned a punt 73-yards and with 2:53 left he sealed the win with a 60-yard run that ignited the Nebraska faithful.

Texas Tech 17, New Mexico 16 ... New Mexico went for a two-point conversion with 1:50 left and the run was stopped as the Red Raiders barely hung on for a road win at University Stadium. Texas Tech was out played in the game, but New Mexico hurt itself with nine penalties and a crucial turnover inside the tech 30-yard line in the second quarter.



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seajaw wrote:

I was comparing what happened in the first week, with how those games went in the restart.  I noticed a couple of flips in scores, with one huge difference:

In the first go-round, #12 Miami (Fla) nipped #16 Florida, 17-15.

In the restart, Florida stuck it to the 'Canes, 35-14.

Expect Miami fans to demand a rubber match on that one... biggrin

Also, BYU went from beating UNLV, 54-24, and getting a #18 ranking...to beating UNLV, 56-13, and getting dumped from the top-20!!! confuse


 The polls are a funny thing. Yes I feel bad for Miami, but they didn't help themselves much this week even though they won ... but BYU will be making a move up North this week!!



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Hey!  Where's my Washington score??? biggrin



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seajaw wrote:

Hey!  Where's my Washington score??? biggrin


 You may not want it....haha   ...   just kidding. Special for you ...



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