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SEATTLE - The No. 2-ranked Washington Huskies issued a fair warning to the country that they may just have the top defense in the land. A swarming, dominating effort limited Texas El-Paso to just 23 yards of total offense in a 54-0 assault of the Miners on Saturday afternoon at Husky Stadium.

Washington (1-0) beat down, beat up and beat upon UTEP from the outset and never gave in over 60 minutes in one of the most lopsided, abusive games of the young season. The Huskies allowed UTEP just six first downs in the game and held the Miners to negative 18 yards rushing, including six sacks. The Washington defense was like a savage husky smelling blood as they didn't allow a first down until midway through the second quarter. 

The Huskies defense did not allow a run of more than six yards and allowed just one play over 10 yards, a 16-yard pass in the third quarter. Washington allowed just 41 yards passing and caused four turnovers as they held UTEP's quarterbacks to a combined 5-for-22 and holding the Miners to just 2-of-12 on third down conversions.

Chris James rushed for 81 yards and Jacques Robinson added 69 yards as the outcome was never in doubt. Steve Pelluer passed for 167 yards and two scores while reserve Tim Cowen added 125 yards and a touchdown pass.
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UTEP                0    0     0    0  -    0  (0-1)
Washington   14  13  17  10  -  54 (1-0)

First Quarter Scoring
UW - 13:37 - Cowen to Allen 16 pass (Nelson kick)
UW - :35 - Hinds 3 run (Nelson kick)
Second Quarter Scoring
UW - 9:57- Pelluer to Skansi 12 pass (nelson kick)
UW - 8:21 - Nelson 22 FG
UW - :06 - Nelson 24 FG
Third Quarter Scoring
UW - 12:54 - Pelleur to Lutu 58 pass (Nelson kick)
UW - 6:48 - Nelson 35 FG
UW - 1:31 - Hinds 1 run (Nelson kick)
Fourth Quarter Scoring
UW - 8:48 - Nelson 33 FG
UW - 3:52 - Robinson 1 run (Nelson kick)

                                 UTEP        Washington
First Downs            6                 25
Rushing                  26- -18      56-221
Passing                   41              293
Yards                       23              514
Passes                    5-22-1       17-24-0
Punts                       6-44.5        3-38.1
Fumbles                  6-2             0-0
Penalties                8-66           9-54
Sacked                   6-53           3-23
Possession            18:57         41:03
3rd Down               2-12           10-16

Rushing
UTEP Thompson 8-19; Burney 5-13; adams 1-0; Moore 2--2; Wiley 4--2; Walls 1--2; McEachern 3--22; Riley 1-11; Ward 1--12. Washington Robinson 22-69-1; James 9-81; Hinds 9-33-2; Brown 5-32; Fuimaono 1-7; Dupree 1--3; Vindivich 3-11; Pelleur 5-0; Cowan 1--9.

Receiving
UTEP Jones 2-26; Burney 1-6; Ward 1-5; Walls 1-4. Washington Rosborough 7-97; Skansi 4-62; Williams 3-48; Lutu 1-58; Allen 1-16; James 1-11.

Passing
UTEP McEachern 4-9-37-0-0; Wiley 0-5-0-0-1; Riley 1-7-4-0-1; Ward 0-1-0-0-0. Washington Pelleur 7-11-167-2-1; Cowan 10-13-125-1-0. 

 

 



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Week 2 Top 20
after games of Sept. 11

1. Pittsburgh (1-0) ... defeated No. 7 North Carolina, 20-6

2. Washington (1-0) ... defeated UTEP, 54-0
3. Alabama (1-0) ... defeated Georgia Tech, 17-16
4. Nebraska (1-0) ... defeated Iowa, 31-14
5. Penn State (2-0) ... defeated Maryland, 20-17
6. SMU (1-0) ... defeated Tulane, 21-0
7. Florida (2-0) ... defeated No. 10 USC, 23-15
8. North Carolina (0-1) ... lost to No. 1 Pittsburgh, 6-20
9. Michigan (1-0) ... defeated Wisconsin, 27-24
10. Ohio State (1-0) ... defeated Baylor, 34-12
11. Arkansas (1-0) ... defeated Tulsa, 21-0
12. Clemson (0-1) ...Idle
13. Texas (0-0) ... Idle
14. Notre Dame (0-0) ...Idle
15. Brigham Young (2-0) ... defeated No. 5 Georgia, 23-20
16. Georgia (1-1) ... lost to Brigham Young, 20-23
17. West Virginia (1-0) ... defeated Oklahoma, 16-6
18. Oklahoma (0-1) ... lost to West Virginia, 6-16
19. Miami (1-1) ... defeated Houston, 19-17
20. UCLA (1-0) ... defeated Long Beach State, 36-14
Receiving votes: Boston College, Missouri, Duke 

Week 2 Scores

East

(1) Pittsburgh 20, (7) North Carolina 6
Colgate 45, UCONN 0
(6) Penn State 20, Maryland 17
Temple 20, Syracuse 14
South
Auburn 4, Wake Forest 0
Bethune-Cookman 37, Texas Southern 17
Cincinnati 30, Louisville 10
(11) Florida 23, (10) USC 15
Brigham Young 23, (5) Georgia 20
(3) Alabama 17, Georgia Tech 16
West Texas State 18, Louisiana Tech 16
Memphis State 14, Vanderbilt 3
(19) Miami 19, Houston 17
Southern Miss 31, Ole Miss 10
Mississippi State 21, Arkansas State 14
Navy 31, Virginia 3
North Carolina State 20, East Carolina 3
Richmond 26, South Carolina 21
Tennessee 18, Iowa State 14
North
Ball State 8,Toledo 7
Illinois 48, Michigan State 10
indiana 24, Northwestern 7
Indiana State 38, New Mexico State 21
Kansas 16, Wichita State 7
Kansas State 45, Kentucky 0
Marshall 24, Western Michigan 7
Miami (Ohio) 14, William&Mary 13
(13) Michigan 27, Wisconsin 24
Ohio 7, Minnesota 0
(4) Nebraska 31, Iowa 14
(15) Ohio State 34, Baylor 12
Stanford 27, Purdue 10
Akron 21, Eastern Michigan 7
Southwest
Colorado 27, California 7
Colorado State 53, Wyoming 35
McNeese State 33, SE Louisiana 2
Texas Tech 17, New Mexico 16
West Virginia 16, (9) Oklahoma 6
Oklahoma State 35, North Texas State 0
Rice 38, SW Louisiana 10
(8) SMU 21, Tulane 0
(14) Arkansas 21, Tulsa 0
West
Boise State 37, Fullerton State 12
Fresno State 38, Cal Poly SLO 10
Hawaii 20, Montana 14
San Jose State 31, Oregon 29
Utah State 45, TCU 19
(20) UCLA 36, Long Beach State 14
(2) Washington 54, UTEP 0
Washington State 45, Idaho 17
Air Force 38, San Diego State 31
Arizona 34, Oregon State 20
Utah 19, (18) Arizona State 17



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Week 3 Schedule

East
Lafayette (0-0) at Army (0-1)
Rutgers (0-1) at (5) Penn State (2-0)
Illinois (2-0) at Syracuse (1-1)
Deleware (0-0) at Temple (1-1)
Maryland (0-1) at (17) West Virginia (1-0)
South
Boston College (1-0) at (12) Clemson (0-1)
ETSU (0-2) at East Carolina (0-1)
(1) Pittsburgh (1-0) at Florida State (1-0)
Citadel (0-0) at Georgia Tech (0-1)
(18) Oklahoma (0-1) at Kentucky (0-1)
Oregon State (0-1) at LSU (0-0)
Eastern Michigan (0-1) at Louisiana Tech (0-1)
Mississippi State (1-1) at Memphis State (1-1)
(3) Alabama (1-0, 0-0) at Ole Miss (1-1, 0-0)
Vanderbilt (0-1) at (8) North Carolina (0-1)
Wake Forest (0-2, 0-1) at North Carolina State (2-0, 1-0)
Southern Miss (2-0) at Auburn (1-0)
Rice (1-0) at Tulane (1-1)
James Madison (2-0) at Virginia (0-1)
(19) Miami (1-1) at Virginia Tech (0-1)
Akron (1-1) at Western Kentucky (0-2)
Duke (1-0) at South Carolina (1-1)
North
Bowling Green (0-1) at Central Michigan (1-0)
Iowa State (0-1) at Iowa (0-1)
(10) Ohio State (1-0, 0-0) at Michigan State (0-1, 0-1)
Kent State (0-1) at Northern Illinois (0-1)
Miami (Ohio) (1-0) at Northwestern (0-2)
(9) Michigan (1-0) at (14) Notre Dame (0-0)
Richmond (2-0) at Ohio (2-0)
New Mexico State at (4) Nebraska (1-0)
Minnesota (0-1, 0-1) at Purdue (0-1, 0-1)
Marshall (2-0) at Toledo (1-1)
(20) UCLA (1-0) at Wisconsin (0-1)

Midwest
Arizona State (1-1) at Houston (0-1)
UNLV (0-1) at New Mexico (1-1)
NE Louisiana (0-2) at North Texas State (0-2)

Utah (2-0) at (13) Texas (0-0) 
TCU (0-1) at Kansas (1-0)
(6) SMU (1-0) at UTEP (0-2)
Texas-Arlington (0-0) at Texas A&M (0-1)
Air Force (2-0) at Texas Tech (1-0)
Navy (1-0) at Arkansas (1-0)
Texas State (0-2) at SW Louisiana (0-1)
Ball State (1-0) at Wichita State (0-1)

West
San Diego State (0-1) at California (0-1)
Hawaii (1-0) at Colorado State (1-1)
Fresno State (1-0) at Oregon (0-2)
Long Beach State (0-1) at Wyoming (0-2)
(2) Washington (1-0, 0-0) at Arizona (1-0, 1-0)
San Jose State (1-1) at Stanford (1-0)
Indiana (1-0) at USC (0-1)
Colorado (1-0) at Washington State (1-0)
Weber State (0-1) at Utah State (1-0)
 
Week 3 Preview

The third week of the 1982 season feature just one game featuring two Top 20 teams as No. 9-ranked Michigan visits No. 14-ranked Notre Dame ... There are numerous key games across the country with bowl implications. The top-ranked Pitt Panthers have a tough game as they travel to Tallahassee to play unranked Florida State. Florida State had a week off to prepare for Pitt as they Panthers had a long week after a tough game against North Carolina ... No. 18-ranked Oklahoma is coming off a huge upset loss to West Virginia and now has to travel to play kentucky. The Sooners should not have a problem with the Wildcats, but could suffer a let down after the disappointing loss ... Southern Miss is off to a great start after a pair of wins, but they must travel to Auburn to face a potent Tiger squad. A win by either team could solidify their chances of a bowl game ... No. 19 Miami is in a must win game at Virginia Tech. The Hurricanes drooped the opener and barely snuck by Houston last week. A loss to the Hokies could seriously derail the Hurricanes chance at a major bowl bid  ... Utah won its firs two games and visits No. 13-ranked Texas ... Air Force can move to 3-0 with a win at Texas Tech ... Navy stomped Virginia and now faces a tough foe in Arkansas. A Navy win could give them the inside track on a bowl game ... No. 2-Washington plays Arizona in the Pac 10 opener for both teams ... Colorado meets Washington State in a battle of undefeated teams.



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Just two weeks into the 1982 season and the Florida Gators have two wins over nationally-ranked teams and are making their way up the charts. The Gators knocked off  No. 10-ranked USC on Saturday after beating then 15-ranked Miami the week prior, and when the latest polls were released on Sunday, Florida found themselves ranked No. 7 in the nation after beginning the season as the No. 16-ranked team in the nation.

The soaring Gators (2-0) have a week off before hosting Mississippi State in the SEC opener on Sept. 25 and there is no reason to doubt that Florida does not have a chance to play in the Sugar Bowl. Florida is led by quarterback Wayne Peace and a slew of talent on both sides of the ball, including defensive studs Wilbur Marshall and Lomas Brown.

The Florida defense has been eye-popping after two games against prolific offenses as teams are having problems running and throwing against the Gators defense. Florida is holding their opponents to just 2.7 yards per carry and 77 yards per game rushing. Things aren't easier against through the air, holding opponents to 44.2 percent passing and less than 200 yards per game.

Florida has picked off five passes already,including three by Ivory Curry who is leading the nation in interceptions. However, the gators have just two sacks. What has helped push Florida up the polls has been a defense that is opportunistic with a +2 turnover ratio. 

On offense, while Florida is averaging just 3.9 yards per carry as a team, James Jones and Lorenzo Hampton are chomping up yardage at a substantial rate. Jones is averaging 5.3 yards while Hampton is averaging 7.3 yards. Wayne Peace has connected on 78.6 percent of his passes and has thrown for 330 yards in two games, but has thrown a pair of interceptions.

Peace has an impressive core of receivers led by Mike Mularky, who has nine catches in two games for a team-high 87 yards. Nine different players have caught passes from peace this season with his three touchdown passes going to three different receivers. Jones has a touchdown pass out of the backfield and Spencer Jackson, who has three receptions for 36 yards, has the other touchdown reception.

After Mississippi State, Florida has LSU at home on Oct. 2, Vanderbilt on the road on Oct. 9 before a break when they host West Texas State on Oct. 16 another off week precedes the Gators two biggest games of the second half of the season. Florida hosts Auburn on Oct. 30 before its annual battle with Georgia on Nov. 6. in Jacksonville. The Gators visit Kentucky the following week before playing Tulane on Nov. 20 at the Superdome before concluding the regular season on Dec. 4 against Florida State.

 



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(2) Washington Huskies (1-0, 0-0 Pac 10) at Arizona Wildcats (1-0, 1-0 Pac 10)                  
September 18, 1982 at 7:30 p.m. | Arizona Stadium, Tucson, Ari. 
Game 2 | Road Game 1

Tonight's Game
This is the PAC 10 opener for the Huskies and is the first night game of the season... Washington won its opener in decisive fashion, defeating UTEP, 54-0, last week in Seattle ... Arizona won its opener defeating Oregon State 34-20 last week at Arizona Stadium.

This Week's Opponent - Arizona Wildcats
Arizona scored its first touchdown of the season on an 89-yard kickoff return by Vance Johnson ... Quarterback Tom Tunnicliffe threw for three touchdowns and three interceptions against Oregon State ... The Wildcats defense had eight sacks in the game with Julius Holt and Glenn Perkins getting two sacks ... The Wildcats held Oregon State to 22 yards on 36 carries ... Arizona's defense surrendered 377 yards passing ... The Arizona offense put up 410 yards, 241 on the ground and 169 passing, but had four turnovers. 

Arizona Players to Watch
Washington's defense can cause problems for Tunnicliffe. The Wildcats quarterback completed 11-of-19 passes, but was intercepted three times. His favorite target is Brad Anderson, who had four receptions for 62 yards and caught two touchdown passes. Only Kevin Ward had more than one catch, grabiing two catches for 43, including a 40-yard reception. Arizona's rushing game could give the Huskies a bit of trouble. Courtney Griffin ha 85 yards on the ground on just six carries. Brian Holland added 83 yards on seven carries while Johnson rushed 10 times for 61 yards.

Huskies Stay Put
After a decisive win over UTEP in the season opener, Washington, the preseason No. 2-ranked team in the country, stayed in that position after top-ranked Pitt dumped No. 7-ranked North Carolina in its opener. Washington is still ranked ahead of Alabama, Nebraska and Penn State in the polls.






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Week 3 Schedule

East
Army 44, Lafayette 34 ... Army held off Lafayette in a game that featured two kickoff returns for touchdowns, scores from an interception return, a punt return and a pass play of 60 yards. In a :15 span of the first quarter three touchdowns were scored as Lafayette built a 14-7 lead. Frank Novak hit Jack Gatehouse on a 33-yard pass. Army's Elton Aiken returned the kickoff 99-yards to tie the game, but on the following kickoff Ryan Priest galloped 93-yards ror a 14-7 lead before a stunned Army crowd. The Cadets, and the wildness, were not finished as they marched down the field to tie the game on a 1-yard run by Andre Cuerington with 1:52 left in the quarter. on the second play after the kickoff, Army took a 21-14 lead when lumbering Larry Carroll, a defensive end, picked off a pass and scampered 40 yards for a touchdown. Before the Cadets could catch a breath things exploded again. after stopping Lafayette three-and-out, Army's Dee Bryant returned the punt 53-yard for the game's sixth touchdown by five means. The teams scored on the next three drives as the scoreboard read 35-28 in favor of Army with 6:44 left in the first half. To round every means of scoring possible Army added a safety in the third quarter before each team scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter. The teams combined for 644 yards.
00000000.jpg(5) Penn State 24, Rutgers 0 ... Curt Warner ran for 119-yards and scored on a 39-yard run just 2:28 into the game and Penn State never trailed as the Nittany Lions blanked the Scarlet Knights. The story of the day was once again the Penn State defense. The Nittany Lions held Rutgers to 131 total yards of offense as they had to help overcome four Todd Blackledge interceptions. 
Illinois 10, Syracuse 0 ... The Fighting Illini intercepted Syracuse five times and Mike Butkus added two sacks as Illinois blanked the Orangemen at home. Tony Eason got Illinois on the board when he hit John Curtis on a 5-yard pas to seal the first drive of the game. Illinois would add a field goal in the third quarter for good measure as the Fighting Illini defense had its way with Syracuse. Illinois had 13 penalties for 127 yards.
Temple 38, Delaware 14 ... The Owls had their way with 1-AA Delaware as they churned out 394 yards of offense. Harold Harmon rushed for 115 yards and Reggie brown had 100-yard receiving as Temple raced to a 21-0 lead and never looked back. Tim Riordan passed for 214 yards, but threw a pair of interceptions. 
(17) West Virginia 17, Maryland 6 ... Jeff Hostetler threw a 62-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter as No. 17-ranked West Virginia held off Maryland in Morgantown. The Mountaineers limited the Terapins and Boomer Esiason to a pair of field goals while picking off Esiason three times. Maryland outgained WVU and controlled nearly every aspect of the game, but could overcome four turnovers that led to 10 West Virginia points.

South
Boston College 16, (12) Clemson 10 ... Doug Flutie passed for 244 yards and a touchdown as the Eagles stunned Clemson at Death Valley. The Boston College win should propel the Eagles into the Top 20 while knocking Clemson out of the rankings.  Boston College scored a touchdown and two field goals in the second quarter to lead 13-0 at the half. Clemson got on the board with 7:35 left in the game on a 28-yard pass from Homer Jordan to Kendall Alley.

0fsu.jpgFlorida State 29, (1) Pitt 17 ... Dan Marino was intercepted three times and committed 12 penalties for 188 yards as Florida State stunned top-ranked Pitt at Doak Campbell Stadium. The teams exchanged field goals in the first quarter before Florida State reeled off 10 straight points for a 13-3 lead. Marino hit Julius Dawkins with a 2-yard strike with 1:28 left as the Seminoles led 13-10 at halftime. Florida State added three points in the third quarter for a 16-10 lead before Kelley Lowery hit Dennis McKinnon with a 14-yard pass early in the fourth quarter for a 22-10 lead as the 2-point conversion pass was incomplete. After exchanging punts, Marino drove the Panthers down the field and hit Bryan Thomas with an 11-yard scoring strike with 4:17 left to bring Pitt within five points, but Florida State mounted a solid drive and sealed the game with a 21-yard by Greg Allen with 1:27 left. Marino passed for 252 yards while lowery tossed for 243 yards for the Seminoles.
Georgia Tech 28, Citadel 14 ... Robert Levette rushed for 115 yards as the Yellow Jackets did just enough to defeat 1-AA Citadel. Geogia Tech, who won for the first time, led 28-0 late in the third quarter before easing up on their overmatched foes. Sammy Brown had a 53-yard interception return for a touchdown in the second quarter to give the Jackets a 21-0 lead.
(18) Oklahoma 14, Kentucky 3 ... The Sooners had a rough time in Lexington as they evened their record. Sooners quarterback Kelly Phelps completed just two passes, but one of them was a 44-yard strike to David Carter late in the first half to break a scoreless tie. Oklahoma led 7-0 before a 21-yard field goal cute into their lead. Weldon Ledbetter raced 52-yards on the Sooners next possession to secure the win.
LSU 52, Oregon State 13 ... Dalton Hilliard rushed for 194 yards and scored three touchdowns while Gary James also scored three times as the Tigers rolled in their opener. LSU amassed 562 yards of offense and 23 first downs. The Tigers led 24-0 at halftime and 31-0 before Oregon State scored twice in the third quarter. LSU scored 21 points in the final quarter. Alan Richer was 12-for-15 for 180 yards.
Eastern Michigan (0-1) at Louisiana Tech (0-1)
Memphis State 21, Mississippi State 17 ... Dwayne Ricketts scored from 6-yards with :28 left as Memphis State upset Mississippi State. Trell Hooper passed for 160 yards and completed 14 of 18 passes for Memphis State. Derrick Crawford had four receptions for 106 yards and a touchdown as memphis State overcame a 7-0 halftime deficit..
(3) Alabama 28, Ole Miss 21 ... Alabama needed more last-minute heroics as Walter Lewis scored on a quarterback draw with 1:21 left to play in a wild game in Oxford. Alabama scored 14 points in the first quarter and led 21-0 at the half before Ole Miss rallied for three touchdowns in an eight minute span to begin the fourth quarter. Backup quarterback Ken Coley scored on a 2-yard run after Lewis was shaken up and Paul Carruth scored the next two Tide touchdowns for a 21-0 Alabama lead. Andre Thomas scored on the first play of the fourth quarter and with 8:31 left, Kent Austin connected with James Harbour from 12-yards and after an Alabama turnover Kelly Powell hit Timmy Moffett with a 29-yard strike to tie the game.
(8) North Carolina 24, Vanderbilt 3 ... North Carolina won for the first time as the Tar heels sacked Vanderbilt six times and held the Commodores to -8 yards rushing in Chapel Hill. Kelvin Bryant had 84-yards rushing on 21 carries.
North Carolina State 43, Wake Forest 14 ... Mike Miller ran for 100-yards and Joe McIntosh added 92-yards  as the undefeated Wolfpack gained 339 yards on the ground. State led 30-0 before calling things off late in the third quarter. Gary Schofeld passed for 235 yards for Wake Forest.
Auburn 18, Southern Miss 14 ... In a battle of undefeated teams, Auburn needed a punt return for a touchdown and a field goal to edge the Golden Eagles at Jordan Hare Stadium. Bo Jackson scored a 3-yard run in the first quarter before a pair of safeties kept auburn ahead, 9-2. Southern Miss scored on two field goals by Steve Clark to cut the Auburn lead to 9-8 headed into the fourth quarter. Sam Dejarnette gave Southern Miss a 14-9 lead on a 4-yard run before Auburn took the lead on a 34-yard punt return by Lionel James. Al Del Greco sealed the win with a 36-yard field goal with :37 left. The game was a defensive battle as the totaled 17 first downs, 257 total yards and 19 punts.
James Madison (2-0) at Virginia (0-1)
Virginia Tech 23, (19) Miami 10 ... Miami used four quarterbacks and threw three interceptions as Virginia Tech stunned the Hurricanes in Blacksburg. The Hokies held Miami to 13 yards rushing and caused five turnovers while having the ball for just 22 minutes. The Hurricanes have lost two of their first three games and have played themselves out of any hopes of a New year's Day bowl. Bryan Burleigh had two interceptions to lead Virginia Tech. Mike Giacalone had seven receptions for 103 yards while Miami's Rocky Belk had 119 yards receiving on five catches, including a 55-yard touchdown grab in the fourth quarter.
Akron (1-1) at Western Kentucky (0-2)
Duke 23, South Carolina 10 ... The Game****s were shocked at home as Joel Bluk scored twice for the undefeated Blue Devils. South Carolina took a 10-0 lead midway through the second quarter before Blunk scored on a 14-yard run with 2:33 left before halftime. Blunk would give Duke a 13-10 lead on a 3-yard run before adding a touchdown and field goal in the final quarter. Duke used a balanced attack, rushing for 179 yards and passing for 171 yards.
East Carolina 21, ETSU 7
Rice 12, Tulane 0

North
Bowling Green 29, Central Michigan 25 ... A wild game as Bowling Green led 16-3, but needed a 1-yard run by Bryant Jones wih :31 second to snatch the win. Bowling Green led 22-10 with 3:13 left before Central Michigan scored with 1:33 left on a 33-yard pass, recovered an onside kick and scored on a 27-yard pass to take a 25-22 lead with 1:09 left. A 60-yard pass from backup quarterback Steve Swan to Shawn Potts set up Jones for the game-winning score. Potts finished the game with six catches for 134 yards.
Iowa 28, Iowa State 10 ... Eddie Phillips ran for two touchdowns and 98 yards to lead the Hawkeyes. Owen Gill scored one a 1-yard run in the first quarter as Iowa scored one touchdown in all four quarters. Iowa State's lone touchdown came on a 50-yard interception return late in the fourth quarter.
1982_games.jpg(10) Ohio State 14, Michigan State 6 ... Jim Gayle and Vaughan Boradnax scored on short first quarter touchdowns and that was all the offense the Buckeyes would need as they won their Big 10 opener in East Lansing. The Buckeyes were outplayed in the game, but three Michigan State turnovers doomed the winless Spartans. Ohio State's Tim Spencer ran for 103 yards on 19 carries.
Miami (Ohio) 17, Northwestern 14 ... Things got worse for the Wildcats as they dropped their third consecutive game. Northwestern took a 7-0 lead early in the second quarter when Sandy Schwab, who passed for 189 yards and two touchdowns, hit Tony Coates with a 16-yard pass. The lead was short-lived as Ralph Williams returned the ensuing kickoff 90-yards to tie the game and swing momentum to the RedHawks. Miami (Ohio) running back Jay Peterson rushed for 136-yards to lead all rushers.
(9) Michigan 10, (14) Notre Dame 10 ... Notre Dame placekicker Mike Johnston hit a 45-yarder with 1:12 left to give the Fighting irish a tie with Michigan in a tense battle in South Bend. The game was scoreless until Ali Haji-Sheikh hit a 46-yard field goal with 1:26 left in the half. Notre Dame took the lead when Blair Kiel hit Van Pearcy on a 16-yard pass midway through the third quarter. Lawrence Ricksgave Michigan a 10-7 lead on a 1-yard run with 6:56 left ion the fourth quarter. Anthony Carter had three receptions for 73 yards, including a 42-yard catch.
(4) Nebraska 28, New Mexico State 0 ... Mike Rozier rushed for 109 yards as Nebraska piled 408 yards rushing in a game that was not as close as the score indicated. The Cornhuskers overcame four turnovers and racked up 30 first downs and held New Mexico State to eifght first downs and 148 total yards of offense. Nebraska was 10-for-11 on third down.
Purdue 31, Minnesota 21 ... Mel Gray ran for 132-yards as Purdue held off the Golden Gophers for its first win of the season. The teams exchanged touchdowns before Purdue took a 17-14 lead into halftime. The Boilermakers scored midway through the third quarter on a 2-yard run by Rodney Carter, who sealed the win for Purdue with a 1-yard plunge with 9:58 left in the game. Carter ran for just 23-yards in the game.
Marshall (2-0) at Toledo (1-1)
Wisconsin 23, (20) UCLA 14 ... Gary Ellerson rushed for 157 yards on just nine carries including a 57-yard touchdown jaunt in the fourth quarter that sealed the Badgers upset win before a crowd of nearly 75-thousand at Camp Randall Stadium. Wisconsin jumped out to a 16-0 halftime lead that the bruins could not overcome. wisconsin rushed for 371 yards and totaled 458 yards while limiting the bruins to just 146 yards.
Northern Illinois 22, Kent State 0

Ohio 24, Richmond 14

Midwest
Arkansas 10, Navy 0 ... The Razorbacks held Navy to -31 yards rushing and just 50 yards of total offense in a surprisingly close game in Fayetteville. Richard Richardson and Billy Ray Smith each had two sacks for Arkansas. Each team committed three turnovers in the game that was contested mostly between the 30-yard lines. Darryl Bowles scored the games only touchdown on a 3-yard run at the end of the second quarter.
Pony%20Express%20History.ashx(6) SMU 24, UTEP 14 ... The Pony Express rolled through El Paso as Eric Dickerson rushed for 193-yards and scored twice while Craig James added 136-yards as the Mustangs held off the Miners. Dickerson scored the first two touchdowns for SMU as the Mustangs built a 21-0 lead with 5:51 left in the first half. SMU controlled the ball for nearly 46 minutes and the SMU defense held UTEP to five first downs and 113 yards of offense.
Arizona State 13, Houston 10 ... Todd Hons hit Dwaine Wright with a 1-yard pass with :39 seconds left to upend Houston at the Astrodome. Houston broke a scoreless tie with :24 left in the half and Arizona State tied the game with a 45-yard field goal by Luis Zendejas. After Zendejas gave the Sun Devils a 6-3 lead on a 34-yard field goal, Houston took the lead when Lionel Wilson hit Larry Shepherd with a 43-yard pass at the 2:12 mark.
Utah 14, (13) Texas 12 ... The Longhorns were stunned before a sellout crowd in their opener in Austin. The Utes remained undefeated despite getting just eight first downs. Texas drove the ball well on its first possession, but had to settle for a 26-yard field goal. Utah answered with a drive of nearly seven minutes, culminating when Del Rodgers scored on a 1-yard run. Rodgers would score again late in the second quarter on a 37-yard scamper, giving the Utes a 14-3 lead. Texas added a 38-yard field goal at the end of the half. The Utah defense held texas in check in the third quarter, but the Longhorns would score early in the fourth quarter on a 2-yard run by Darrel Clark. Texas went for the tie and their pitch to Clark came up a yard short.
Kansas 37, TCU 14 ... The Jayhawks stayed undefeated as TCU fumbled five times and had seven turnovers. Kansas led 14-0 after the first quarter and 21-7 at halftime. Kenneth Davis scored on a 44-yard run to make the score 21-14 before Kansas reeled of 16 straight points in the final 20:37 minutes of the game.
Texas-Arlington 28, Texas A&M 26 ... The Aggies were schocked at home as UTA scored first and never trailed. Three turnovers and a 92-yard kickoff return did in the Aggies. Scotty Caldwell rushed fror 188 yards and scored twice for the Mavericks while Andre gray had a 92-yard kickoff return and a 20-yard touchdown reception in one of the biggest upsets in college football. The game was scoreless after the first quarter, before Caldwell scored on a 3-yard run on the first play of the second quarter. after A&M retaliated on the next drive, gray stunned the Aggie faithful as the Mavericks led 14-10 at halftime. UTA pushed its lead to 21-13 before the Aggies scored on the first play of the fourth quarter on a 15-yard pass from Gary Kubiak to Don Jones. A7M's two-point conversion failed as the Mavs held on to a 2-point lead. Less than three minutes later it was Danny Jackson hitting Gray on a 20-yard fade for a 28-19 lead. UTA was driving after a failed series by the Aggies, but Billy cannon Jr. intercepted a pass and returned it 49-yards with 7:25 left. The Aggies had the ball twice more, losing the ball on downs and then fumbling at the UTA 34 with less than a minute remaining .  
Air Force 29, Texas Tech 10 ... The Falcons scored 17 unanswered points in the second half to remain undefeated. Texas Tech committed three turnovers that proved costly as the Red Raiders dominated the Falcons in every aspect of the game.
SW Louisiana 24, West Texas State 6
New Mexico 42, UNLV 7
Ball State 21, Wichita State 0
NE Louisiana 9, North Texas State 8

West
California 13, San Diego State 7
... San Diego State committed six turnovers and California controlled the ball for 43 minutes. California led 13-0 before San Jose State scored with 5:37 left in the game. The Golden Bears caused three fumbles and intercepted three passes. San Jose State sacked California quarterbacks six times. John Tuggle scored the lone California touchdown on a 13-yard run in the first quarter.
Colorado State 31, Hawaii 14 ... A 53-yard interception return for a touchdown by William Searcy late in the third quarter gave Colorado State a 17-14 lead and ignited a Rams comeback. The Rams scored twice in the fourth quarter as they ended the game with 21 straight points. Terry Nugent passed for 309 yards to led the Rams.
Oregon 14, Fresno State 12 ... Oregon narrowly won their first game of the season as they had to stop a two-point conversion midway through the fourth quarter and overcome four turnovers. Fresno State scored on a 3-yard run by quarterback Jeff Tedford, but the Bulldogs pass was batted away at the line of scrimmage.
Long Beach State (0-1) at Wyoming (0-2)
43_cnelson.JPG(2) Washington 19, Arizona 7 ... Anthony Allen returned a punt 78-yards in the first quarter as No. 2-ranked Washington jumped out to a 10-0 first quarter lead en route to a dominating win over Arizona in Tucson. The Huskies, who are poised to take over the top spot in the polls, scored just one touchdown but got four field goals of 42, 40, 32 and 32 yards from Chuck Nelson. again it was the Huskies defense that was the story. Washington intercepted Arizona three times and caused five fumbles, recovering one. Leading 19-0 late in the third quarter, Arizona's Tom Tunnicliffe threw a 7-yard scoring pass but that was all the offense Arizona could muster. 
Stanford 45, San Jose State 6 ... John Elway passed for 235 yards and two touchdowns as the Cardinal had no problems with San jose State. It took a while for Stanford to get going as they led 7-0 at halftime. Mike Dotterer scored on a pair of third quarter touchdowns as Stanford took a 24-0 lead into the fourth quarter. Garin veras had two sacks for Stanford and defensive back Kevin Baird scored on an 88-yard interception return to finish out the scoring. Stanford finished out the game with four interceptions.
USC 31, Indiana 20 ... Timmy White had four catches for 155-yards and snatched two touchdown passes of 75 and 57 yards as Southern Cal evened it record at the Los Angeles Coliseum. USC jumped to a 10-0 lead before Indiana stunned the crowd of nearly 70 thousand with a 17-point surge. Babe Laufenberg, who threw for 300-yards, threw a pair of touchdown passes to Terry Smith and Len Kenebrew while Doug Smith snuck in a 46-yard field goal in between as Indiana led 17-14 at the break. It did not take USC long to answer as Scott Tinsley split the indiana defense, hitting White with a 75-yard bomb to retake the lead for the Trojans. Anthony Gibson scored on a 7-yard run at the end of the third quarter for a 24-17 USC lead. An Indiana drive stalled at the 17-yard line as Doug Smith added a 34-field goal, but that would be as close as Indiana would get as USC scored on the next drive when Tinsley and White connected again, this time on a 57-yard route.
Colorado 21, Washington State 17 ... Lee Rouson scored on a 1-yard run with 1:39 left in the game as the Buffaloes edged the Cougars. The Buffaloes took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter on a Randy Essington to Danny Hestera 26-yard connection. Colorado led 14-9 at halftime, but fell behind, 17-14, when Tim Harris scored on a 4-yard run and two-point conversion with 12:41 left. Richard Johnson led Colorado with 93 yards on nine carries. Terry Irvin had three sacks for the Buffaloes as they sacked Washington State five times.
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Week 3 Top 20
after games of Sept. 18

1. Washington (2-0) ... defeated Arizona, 19-7
2. Alabama (2-0) ... defeated Ole Miss, 28-21
3. Nebraska (2-0) ... defeated New Mexico State, 28-0
4. Penn State (3-0) ... defeated Rutgers, 24-0
5. SMU (2-0) ... defeated UETP, 24-10
6. Florida (2-0) ... IDLE
7. Ohio State (2-0) ... defeated Michigan State, 14-6
8. North Carolina (1-1) ... defeated Vanderbilt, 24-3
9. Arkansas (2-0) ... defeated Navy, 10-0
10. Pittsburgh (1-1) ... lost to Florida State, 17-29
11. Michigan (1-0-1) ... tied No. 14 Notre Dame 10-10
12. Notre Dame (0-0-1) ...tied No. 9 Michigan 10-10
14. Brigham Young (2-0) ... IDLE
15. Georgia (1-1) ... IDLE
16. West Virginia (2-0) ... defeated Maryland, 17-6
17. Oklahoma (1-1) ... defeated Kentucky, 14-3
18. Illinois (3-0) ... defeated Syracuse, 10-0
19, Utah (3-0) ... defeated No. 13 Texas, 14-12 
20. Boston College (2-0) ... defeated No. 12 Clemson 16-10
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Week 4 Games
Games of Sept. 25, 1982

Top Games of the Week
Air Force at (14) Brigham Young
Michigan State at Miami
UCLA at (11) Michigan
USC at (17) Oklahoma

Top Conference Games
ACC
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North Carolina State (3-0, 1-0) at Maryland (0-2, 0-0) ... Miller of NC State leads the ACC in rushing with 212 yards, McIntosh is second with 201 and leads the ACC with three rushing touchdowns; Wolfpack's Jenkins is the only player with multiple touchdown receptions (3).

Pac 10
Arizona State (2-1, 1-0) at California 1-1, 0-0) ... Hons of ASU leads PAC-10 with 504 passing yards and is the only quarterback to have more than 500 yards passing; Grimes of Cal is tied for the conference lead with two interceptions; Cal is 1st in rushing defense while Arizona State is 1st in passing defense.
Oregon (1-2, 0-1) at Washington (2-0, 1-0) ... Jones of Oregon leads conference with 210 rushing yards; Allen of Washington is averaging 33.0 in punt returns; Washington placekicker Nelson is 8-for-8 in field goals; Oregon 9th in offense, Washington 1st in defense;Washington ist in scoring offense (36.5) and defense (3.5).


SEC

VIBCAHGMNBJZCHT.20061028144253.jpgMississippi State (1-2, 0-0) at Florida (2-0, 0-0) ... Florida's Jones leads SEC with four rushing touchdowns; Curry of Florida has three interceptions; Mississippi State has caused a SEC-leading 15 turnovers, but has committed an SEC-leading 13 turnovers.
Tennessee (1-1, 0-0) at Auburn (2-0, 0-0) ... Gault of Tennessee is the only player outside the state of Mississippi with multiple touchdown receptions;  Auburn is 1st in total defense; Auburn defense is allowing 7.0 ppg.
Vanderbilt (0-2, 0-0) at Alabama (2-0, 1-0) ... White of Alabama is averaging 20.3 on punt returns; Vanderbilt has scored just six points in its first two games, only Kentucky with three points has fewer.

SWC

TCU (0-2, 0-0) at SMU (2-0, 0-0) ... Eric Dickerson leads SWC with 341 yards rushin and four touchdowns; SMU's Carter and Jones each have two interceptions; SMU is 1st in total offense and 1st in rushing offense and rushing defense; TCU has 12 turnovers and a -9 turnover ratio.
Baylor (1-1, 0-0) at Texas Tech (1-1, 0-0) ... McNeil of Baylor has eight receptions; Brannan of Baylor leads SWC with 377 yards passing, 55.8 completion average and a 157.7 qb rating; Benson and Bokamp of Baylor have two sacks.

WAC

yfoot40thside1_071512~5.jpgAir Force (3-0, 1-0) at BYU (2-0, 0-0) ... Kershner of AFA leads WAC with 271 rushing yards; BYU's Young leads the WAC in completion percentage (77.3), yards (674), qb rating (211.7) and touchdowns (6); Moore of AFA is averaging 37.7 yeards in kick returns; BYU is the onlyn team in the WAC to average more than 400 yards of offense (473.7); BYU is 1st in scoring (39.5) while Air Force is 2nd in scoring defense (16.3).



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Outstanding!!!

I like the way you run things. biggrin

This is shaping up to one fun replay.  I'm looking forward to this week, in particular, given the way that rivalry has turned in more recent times.



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Congrats to your Huskies!! Now you have to stay there. I will break form and play this game first so you can enjoy the Pac 10 opener! A lot of good defenses this season around the country. The Pac 10 should be Washington's for the taking. UCLA is sort of tough as is USC, but I think Stanford could be the test.

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Oregon Ducks (1-2, 0-1 Pac 10) at Washington Huskies (2-0, 1-0 Pac 10)
Sept. 25, 1982 | Husky Stadium - Seattle, Wash. | 12:30 p.m. PCT

Today's Game
This is the first game for the Huskies since becoming the No. 1-ranked team in the nation. Washington is looking for its second conference win after defeating Arizona last week. Oregon is playing its second conference game of the season and are looking for its first win after dropping a 17-0 decision to Arizona State to open the regualr season on Sept.4 at Autzen Stadium.

Oregon
The Ducks are coming off a 14-12 win over Fresno State last week for its first win of the season. Oregon has played back-to-back 2-point games, losing to San Jose State, 31-29, two weeks ago before their win over the Bulldogs. This is the first road game of the year for Oregon. The second quarter has been the key for the Ducks this season as they have been outscored 19-3. Oregon does most of its damage on the ground, averaging 178.6 yards rushing while only throwing for 100.1 yards per game. While Oregon's defense has been good against the run, averaging just 2.3 yards per rush, their passing defense has been suspect, allowing 239.3 yards passing per game. The Ducks have fumbled 10 times, losing five of them. Oregon does not have an interception this season, but has nine sacks.

Players to Watch
Nose tackle Steve Baack is one of the top defensive players in the Pac 10 and is getting national recognition with his five sacks in three games ... Running back Terrence Jones has 210 yards rushing and is averaging 3.9ypg on the ground ... Greg Moser has eight receptions for 150 yards, teammate Osborn Thomas also has eight catches, but has just 84 yards receiving ... The Ducks have used four quarterbacks this season, but Mike Jorgensen will get the start. Jorgensen has thrown for 166 yards for a Ducks team that primarily runs. Jorgenson is 12-for-18, and has thrown two touchdowns while tossing two interceptions.

D-W
The Huskies defense has been stout in their first two games, allowing just seven points.  Washington has not been scored upon in the first half. It is hard to determine where Washington is more dominant as they have allowed just 70.3 yards rushing while holding their opponents to just 121.2 passing yards per game and 38.8 completion percentage. The Huskies have intercepted five passes already this season and have forced 11 fumbles, recovering three. Washington has eight sacks in three games.

Trying to Get Going
Running back Jacque Robinson has struggled out of the gate thus far, averaging just 59.0 ypg and only 3.0 ypc as the featured back. Chris James could get more carries this week. James is averaging 7.1 ypc in just 13 carries, including the huskies longest run of the season, a 45-yard scamper in the season opener against Texas El-Paso.

Passing Fancy
Not known as a passing team, Steve Pelleur and Tim Cowan have opened up the offense a little bit this year with the help of two standouts in Willie Roseborough and Paul Skansi. Roseborough has 10 catches for 106 yards while Skansi has seven catches for 91 yards and a touchdown. Pelleur has thrown to seven different receivers this season with little used Leroy Lutu quietly becoming the Huskies deep threat. Lutu has two receptions, one for a 58-yard touchdown and the other coming on a 10-yard catch. Pelleur is 16-for-26 for 254 and two touchdowns while Cowan is 11-for-19 for 135 yards and a touchdown. 



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Great stuff. I was overseas during most of this era, though Mom & Dad sent the sports clippings every so often.

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