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I love it!

I can hardly wait for Saturday. biggrin



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seajaw wrote:

I love it!

I can hardly wait for Saturday. biggrin


 I second that! biggrin



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The game of the season will take place at Beaver Stadium on Saturday as the Penn State Nittany Lions host the Nebraska Cornhuskers in a game with distinct National Championship implications.

The Nittany Lions (3-0) have struggled through three games and needed a last second field goal by  Massimo Manca to edge Maryland. Despite outscoring their opponents by an 81-24 margin, Penn State has yet to play a substantial team. Things will change on Saturday as a steam rolling rushing attack will test the Penn State defense.

Penn State is allowing just 3.3 yards per play and 194 yards in total offense. They are holding their opponents to 97.3 yards per game on the ground and 96.7 through the air. Nebraska does not pass the ball much, but they do run and they run the ball often and well. 

Mike Rozier is one of the most talented backs in the country and he will be tested by a physical Penn State defensive line. Rozier is averaging a healthy 6.1 yards per carry and is averaging 131.5 yards per game. But in order for Nebraska to earn the win they will have to score and quarterback Turner Gill will not only have to run, but also spread the field by airing out the ball. Aside from leading a top offense, Gill has thrown the ball just 11 times in two games, completing seven of them for a total of 103 yards.

Penn state has a talented rusher in their own right in Curt Warner. The Nittany Lions star back is averaging nearly nine yards per carry and already has 430 yards on the ground. But where Penn State has the edge in quarterback with the strong arm of Todd Blackledge. Although struggling in three games, Blackledge has a contingent of solid receivers all capable of turning in a big play.

 



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Week 4 Scores

Clemson 34, Western Carolina 23
... Cliff Austin rushed for 130 yards and Chuck McSwain added 110 yards as Clemson  overcame four turnovers to defeat the Catamounts in Death Valley. Homer Jordan passed for 125 yards on a 10-for-15 day. Clemson, who won for the first time this season, intercepted three passes, including one on the second play of the game that set up a Donald Igwebuike field goal as the Tigers scored on its first two possessions. Western Carolina answered with 10 straight points to tie the game before Jordan hit Frank Magwood on a 21-yard touchdown pass as Clemson led 24-10 at halftime. Magwood caught both of Jordan's touchdown strikes and had six catches on the day for 73 yards. Western kicker Dean Biasucci connected on a pair of third quarter field goals as they crept within eight points. Clemson extended its lead when McSwain found paydirt for the second time, scoring on a 17-yard run with 13:13 left in the game. The Catamounts used a 50-yard kickoff return to set up a quick score when Ronnie Mixon connected with Michael Dorsey on a 21-yard strike to bring Western Carolina back to within eight points with 10:37 left. Clemson stopped WCU on its next possession and added a late field to seal the victory.

(6) Florida 31, Mississippi State 28 ... The Gators led 14-0 and 21-7, but needed a dramatic fourth quarter rally to hold off Mississippi State in Gainesville. In a wild and frantic final three minutes, Florida saw its 14-point lead vanish in the second half when quarterback John Bonds scored on a 6-yard run on the Bulldogs first drive of the second half. Michael Haddix scampered in from 7-yards out on the Bulldogs first drive of the fourth quarter to tie the game and stun the capacity crowd at Florida Field. The game remained tied until Gainey hit a 19-yard field goal as MSU stopped the Bulldogs on three rushes from the 2-yard line. Mississippi State answered the field with a 72-yard drive that took less than two minutes, giving the Bulldogs a 28-24 lead. Wayne Peace, who passed for 263 yards, orchestrated a classic two-minute drive that culminated on a 3-yard run by Neal Anderson that kept the Gators undefeated.

Temple 10, Rutgers 0 ... Tim Riordan connected with Reggie Brown on a 70-yard pass midway through the third quarter to give the owls a 10-0 lead that they would keep before a sparse crowd at Veterans Stadium. Temple intercepted Rutgers three times and held the Scarlet Knights to just 130 total yards in a dominating defensive effort. Brown had a monster afternoon for Temple as the wide receiver had seven catches for 153 yards. Reutgers defensive tackle Lionel Washington had a soli



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(3) Nebraska at Penn State (4)

moments-blackledge-no-1.jpgFirst Quarter
15:00 Fryer kickoff return to N26

14:54 Gill 4 to N30
14:19 HOLDING Nebraska to N15
13:54 Craig 8 to N23
13:21 Gill to Williams 9 to N32
12:47 Campbell 56 punt to P12
12:36 Baugh 7 punt return to P19
12:34 Warner 8 to P27
12:02 Williams -1 to P26
11:28 Warner 8 to P34 FIRST DOWN
10:55 Williams 7 to P41 
10:19 Warner -1 to P40
9:43 Warner 8 to P48
9:07 Blackledge sacked by Strasburger -10 to P38
8:34 Blackledge to jackson 14 to N48
7:57 Warner 7 to N41 FIRST DOWN
7:24 Williams -1 to N42 FUMBLE Penn State recovers
7:01 Blackledge to Barr 6 to N36
6:24 Williams 9 run to N27 FIRST DOWN
5:49 Blackledge to Bowman 1 to N26
5:16 Blackledge to Warner 5 to N21
4:41 Warner 7 to N14 FIRST DOWN
4:07 ILLEGAL PROCEDURE Penn State to N20
4:07 Warner 2 to N18
3:30 ILLEGAL PROCEDURE Penn State to P23
3:30 Blackledge pass incomplete
3:25 Blackledge to Coles 5 to P18
2:51 Giacamaro 36 FG
2:45 Penn State 3, Nebraska 0
2:45 Smith 20 kickoff return to N36
2:40 Gill 8 to N44
2:06 Wilking 21 to P34 FIRST DOWN
1:33 Craig 3 to P32
:59 Smith 10 to P22 FIRST DOWN
:26 Rozier 7 to P15
End of 1st quarter - Penn State 3, Nebraska 0
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Second Quarter
15:00 Rozier 10 to P5 FIRST DOWN
14:25 Rozier 4 to P1
13:52 Brungardt 1 touchdown (kick good)
13:43 Nebraska 7, Penn State 3
13:43 Baugh 23 kick return to P39
13:43 warner 9 to P48
13:08 Williams 4 to N48 FIRST DOWN
12:32 Warner 9 to N39
11:58 Williams 5 to N34 FIRST DOWN
11:32 Blackledge to Garrity 7 to N27
10:56 Williams 3 to N24 FIRST DOWN
10:23 Warner 4 to N20
9:50 Warner 2 to N18
9:13 Blackledge to Garrity 6 to N12 FIRST DOWN
8:37 Blackledge to Jackson 12 touchdown (kick failed)
8:31 Penn State 9, Nebraska 7
8:31 Rozier 13 kick return to N23
8:27 Smith 11 to N34 FIRST DOWN
7:53 Rozier 2 to N36
7:16 Rozier 7 to N43
6:39 Welking 0 to N43
6:06 Campbell 47 punt to P10
6:06 Baugh 7 to P17
5:55 Blackledge to Jackson 4 to P21
5:21 Warner 4 to P25
4:44 ILLEGAL PROCEDURE Penn State to P20
4:44 Blackledge to Baugh 25 to P45 FIRST DOWN
4:11 Nichols -1 to P44 
3:38 Blackledge sacked by Felici to P39
3:05 Blackledge incomplete to P39
3:00 ILLEGAL PROCEDURE Penn State to P35
3:00 GIACAMARO 57 PUNT TO N8
3:00 Fryer 11 to N19
2:47 Rozier 2 to N21
2:12 Fryer 8 to N29
1:37 Rozier 9 to N38 FIRST DOWN TO Nebraska
1:28 Gill 5 to N43 TO Nebraska
1:21 gill to Schellen 4 to N47 TO Nebraska
1:13 Gill to Williams 17 to P36 FIRST DOWN
:55 Gill to Williamns 7 to P29
:34 Gill 2 to P27
:14 44  field goal attempt blocked to P32
:09 Blackledge -1 kneel
Halftime - Penn State 9, Nebraska 7
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Third Quarter
15:00 Seibel kickoff TOUCHBACK
15:00 Warner 3 to P23
14:26 Warner 6 to P29
13:52 Williams 7 to P36 FIRST DOWN
13:18 Nichols 4 to P40
12:45 Warner 2 to P42
12:12 Williams 9 to N49 FIRST DOWN
11:39 Blackledge pass intercepted by Strasburger returned to N45; FUMBLE recovered by Nebraska
11:08 Craig -2 to N43
10:32 ILLEGAL PROCEDURE Nebraska to N38
10:32 Smith 24 to P38 FIRST DOWN
9:59 Rozier 5 to P33
9:26 Rozier 5 to P28 FIRST DOWN - Fumble recovered by Penn State Ashley at P28
9:20 Blackledge pass intercepted by Holbrook returned to N48
9:09 Rozier 4 to P49
8:34 Gill 1 to P48
8:00 Gill pass incomplete
7:54 Campbell 39 punt to P9
7:50 Warner 0 to P9
7:17 Williams 3 to p12
6:43 Blackledge pass incomplete
6:38 Giacamaro 43 punt to N45
6:38 Lyday 24 punt return to P31
6:27 Gill 3 to P28
5:50 Rozier 4 to P24
5:17 Smith 7 to P17 FIRST DOWN
4:43 Rozier 13 to P4 FIRST DOWN
4:06 Fryer 4 to P1
3:30 Smith 1 touchdown (kick good)
3:30 Nebraska 14, Penn State 9 
3:30 Kickoff to P5 Baugh 16 kickoff return to P21
3:20 Warner 79 touchdown (run failed)
3:16 Penn State 15, Nebraska 14
3:16 Kickoff to N15 Fryer 26 kickoff return to N41
3:12 Schellen 21 to P38 FIRST DOWN
2:37 Rozier 3 to P34
2:03 Wilkening 22 to P12 FIRST DOWN
1:29 HOLDING Nebraska to P27
1:03 Fryer 11 to P16
:32 Rozier 9 to P7
End of 3rd Quarter - Penn State 15, Nebraska 14
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Fourth Quarter
15:00 Gill pass incomplete

14:56 Seibel 24 field goal
14:56 Nebraska 17, Penn State 15 
14:56 Kickoff to P19 Baugh 21 kickoff return to P40 - FUMBLE recovered by Penn State
14:25 Warner 9 to P49
13:50 Williams 3 to N48 FIRST DOWN
13:16 Williams 7 to N41
12:40 Warner 0 to N41
12:06 Warner 6 to N35 FIRST DOWN
11:31 WILLIAMS 6 TO N29
10:56 WARNER 0 TO N29
10:22 DELAY OF GAME Penn State to N34
10:22 Blackledge to Williams 13 to N21 FIRST DOWN
9:46 Williams 0 to N21
9:13 Warner 3 to N18
8:38 Blackledge to Jackson 18 touchdown (pass failed)
8:38 Penn State 21, Nebraska 17
8:32 Kickoff to 6 Fryer 21 kickoff return to N27
8:26 Rozier 3 to N30
7:52 Rozier 7 to N37 FIRST DOWN
7:19 Craig 3 to N40
6:44 Rozier 1 N41
6:09 Gill to Williams 23 to P36 FIRST DOWN
5:33 Craig 36 touchdown (kick good)
5:33 Nebraska 24, Penn State 21
5:33 Kickoff to P8 Baugh 18 kickoff return to P26
5:22 Warner 3 to P29
4:45 Blackledge to Jackson 12 to P41 FIRST DOWN
4:08 Blackledge to Warner 24 to N35 FIRST DOWN
3:31 Williams 0 to N35
2:55 Warner 8 to N27
2:22 Nichols 1 to N26
1:49 Williams 2 to N24 FIRST DOWN 
1:12 Warner 6 to N18
:57 Blackledge pass incomplete
:57 DELAY OF GAME Penn State to N23
:57 Blackledge to Garrity 7 to N16
:50 Gancitano 33 field goal
:50 Penn State 24, Nebraska 24
:44 Kickoff to N4 Smith 22 to N26
:38 Gill to Brown 6 to N32
:30 Gill to Rozier 35 to P33 FIRST DOWN
:23 Gill pass incomplete
:17 Gill to Williams 15 to P18 FIRST DOWN
:09 Field goal attempt bad snap missed
Final Score - Penn State 24, Nebraska 24

 



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?CISOROOT=psuphoto&CISOPTR=104&action=2&DMSCALE=10&DMWIDTH=264&DMHEIGHT=346&DMX=0&DMY=0&DMTEXT=&DMROTATE=0(4) Penn State 24, (3) Nebraska 24 ... Penn State failed on three extra-points and that proved to be costly as No. 4-ranked Penn State needed a bad snap as time expired to salvage a tie with No. 3-ranked Nebraska at Beaver Stadium. The game was wildly entertaining and evenly matched as the teams exchanged the lead six times with no lead more than five points. Penn State took the early lead when they put together a near 10 minute drive that stalled after a pair of illegal procedure calls forced a Ralph Giacamaro 36-yard field goal. Nebraska responded with a 64-yard drive that finished with a 1-yard run by Tim Burngardt. Penn State followed with a 10-play 61-yard drive that culminated on a 12-yard screen pass to Kenny Jackson, The extra-point failed which began a slew of point chasing that ended up costing Penn State not only the win, but also could potentially damage their national championship hopes. After exchanging punts, Nebraska took over with 3:00 left in the half and drove from their 19 yard line to the Penn State 27 where a 44 yard field goal was blocked, keeping the Nittany  Lions ahead at halftime. The second half started with a flurry of turnovers as Todd Blackledge threw an interception, Mike Rozier fumbled in Penn State territory, but then Blackledge tossed a second interception on the first play giving the Cornhuskers a short field at the Penn State 31 yard line. Nebraska capitalized with a 6-play 31-yard drive scoring on a 1-yard run by Jeff Smith for a 14-9 Nebraska lead. The silenced crowd wasn't quiet for long as Curt Warner took the first play from scrimmage 79-yards for a go-ahead score, but the 2-point conversion fell a yard short as Penn State held a 15-14 lead. The Cornhuskers drove quickly into Nittany Lions territory, put a holding penalty stopped the drive and caused the Huskers to settle for a 24-yard field goal and a 17-15 lead. Penn State answered with an 11-play drive and took back the lead with an 18-yard pass from Blackledge to Jackson, but this time, a pass for the 2-point conversion failed and Penn State's lead was 21-17 with just over eight minutes left. It took Nebraska just over three minutes to claim the lead back as a 23-yard pass from Turner Gill to Jamie Williams on a 3rd-and-6 kept the drive alive and before Penn State could settle in, Roger Craig ran 36-yards for a touchdown and a 24-21 Nebraska lead with 5:33 left. The frenzied back-and-forth pace of the game wouldn't stop as time was running down. The Nittany Lions took over at their own 26-yard line and after a run on first down, the Nittany Lions stunned the Cornhuskers with back-to-back passes, a 12-yarder to Jackson and a 24-yard screen pass to Warner that moved the ball to the Nebraska 35 yard line, setting up the crucial series for the Lions. Facing a fourth down on the Nebraska 26, head coach Joe Paterno abandoned the potential game-tying 43-yard field goal and John Willims pushed through for two yards and a first down. A delay of game penalty made a 3rd-and-4 into a 3rd-and-nine and after a pass to Gregg Garrity fell two yards short of a first down, penn State called upon Nick Gancitano for a 33-yarder that tied the game with :50 seconds left. Nebraska's Turner Gill hit Mike Rozier with a 35-yard pass underneath the Nittany Lions prevent defense and after an incompletion, Gill and Williams struck for 18 yards, setting up the game-winning field goal at the 18 yard line. However, when the Cornhuskers set up for the 35-yard field, the snap flew over the holder's head keeping the game tied and both teams national title hopes alive ... for the moment.



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Week 4 Scores

eason.jpg(18) Illinois 17, (10) Pittsburgh 14 ... Pittsburgh's massive slide continued on Saturday afternoon as Tony Eason hit Mike Martin with a 22-yard touchdown with 1:41 left as the Fighting Illini stayed undefeated while handing the former No. 1-ranked Panthers to its second straight loss. Pitt scored first when Dan Marino hit Bryan Thomas with a 15-yard toss in the second quarter and held the lead until halftime. Illinois got on the board with a field goal in the third quarter and took the lead early in the final quarter when Eason connected with Joe Curtis on a 21-yard pass for a 10-7 lead. The sputtering Pitt offense came to life as Marino led the Panthers to the go-ahead score on a 6-yard pass to Joe McCall before Eason's game-winning drive. Neither team could establish the run as both Marino and Eason had decent afternoons in the air. Marino was 19-for-33 for 200 yards, but was picked twice while Eason was 20-for-32 for 190 yards.

Indiana 39, Syracuse 21 ... Indiana reeled off 27 consecutive points in the second half to stop Syracuse. In the fourth quarter, defensive back Mark Sutor set an Indiana record with two interception returns for touchdowns. Sutor took an interception 37-yards for a score with 1:22 left and then picked a pass and ran 32-yards just :36 later. Sutor had three interceptions in the game as Indiana intercepted five Syracuse passes. The Hoosiers trailed 21-12 at halftime as all they could muster was four field goals by Doug Smith. Smith set an Indian record as well, kicking six field goals in the game. Indiana scored just one offensive touchdown, a 15-yard pass from Babe Laufenberg to Chris Cook  with 10:41 left in the third quarter.

Iowa State 21, Drake 10 ... Ronnie Osborn intercepted two passes as the Cyclones picked off five Drake passes. Tommy Davis rushed for 91 yards on 21 carries to lead Iowa State to a hard fought win. Drake took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter before the Cyclones tied the game on a 6-yard pass from David Archer to Davis. Harold brown gave Iowa State a 14-7 lead on a 2-yard run as the cyclones never trailed from the midway mark of the second quarter.

Kansas State 10, Wichita State 6 ... In a game that featured very little offense, Kansas State held off Wichita State. Pete Brown scored on a 33-yard run late in the first quarter for the only touchdown of the game as the Wildcats held off a pesky Shockers team. The score was the only carry of the day for Brown. The teams combined for just 415 yards of offense and 18 first downs.

Kansas 17, Kentucky 7 ... Kentucky committed seven turnovers, three interceptions and four fumbles and could not recover as Kansas stumped the Wildcats in Lexington. kansas had just eight first downs and 180 total yards of offense in the win. Frank Seurer threw a pair of touchdowns, a 5-yarder to Wayne Capers and a 21-yarder to Bob Johnson to give Kansas a 14-0 lead. Kentucky scored midway through the fourth quarter on a Mike Whitaker 21-yard pass to Richard Abraham, but couldn't get any closer.

LSU 41, Rice 7 ... LSU is making noise and should enter the Top 20 after a dismantling of Rice in Baton Rogue. A swarming Tigers defense limited Rice to 122 yards of offense, including 27 yards rushing on 24 carries while also forcing five Rice turnovers. LSU scored the first 17 points of the game and led 24-7 at halftime. Dalton Hilliard scored twice as all five of LSU's touchdowns came on the ground. Placekicker Juan Betanzos hit field goals of 46 and 49 yards and was 5-for-5 on extra points.

Oklahoma State 39, Louisville 6 ... Ernest Anderson blasted Louisville for 239 yards rushing on an NCAA record 48 carries and scored three touchdowns. Anderson scored on runs of 2, 1 and 6 yards as Oklahoma State led 27-6 at halftime. The Cowboys held the ball for over 40 minutes before a sparse crowd of just over 20 thousand at Fairgrounds Stadium. Larry Roach missed his last three extra point attempts.

Maryland 20, North Carolina State 14 ... Maryland cost North Carolina State a trip into the Top 20 with an upset at Byrd Stadium. The Terapins jumped out to a 14-0 first quarter lead on a Boomer Esiason 37-yard pass to Greg Hill on the Terps first possession of the game and scored on a 3-yard run by Willie Joyner just four minutes later. The Wolfpack came back in the second quarter on a 1-yard run by Joe McIntosh, but it was a 42-yard interception by Don Wilson with :32 left in the half that seemed to have turned the tables. However, Maryland hit a field goal late in the fourth quarter that pushed the Maryland lead to six points and secured the upset.

Georgia Tech 28, Memphis State 21 ... Memphis State jumped out to a 14-0 first quarter lead at home on a 77-yard interception return by Anthony Carter and 9-yard run by Dwayne Ricketts, but Georgia tech tied the game with 14 second half points on a 4-yard run by Robert Lavette and an 88-yard punt return by Jack Westbrook. Quarterback Jim Bob Taylor gave the Yellow Jackets a 21-14 lead on a 29-yard scramble with 5:23 left in the third quarter. Memphis tied the game on the second play of the fourth quarter when Trell Hooper hit Michael Harper on a 3-yard pass, capping a 74-yard drive. After exchanging possessions, Georgia Tech put together a six minute drive, taking the lead on a Clyde Pounds 3-yard run with 1:39 left. Lavette riushed for 88 yards on 21 carries.

Miami 41, Michigan State 10 ... Miami played its best game of the season as the Hurricanes defense blew over the Spartans at the Orange Bowl. Miami held Michigan State to 90 total yards, 11 on the ground and just 79 through the air as they try to forge their way into the Top 20 polls. Miami took a 17-3 lead into halftime s Jim Kelly hit Mark Rush with a 43-yard scoring strike for a 14-3 lead. Miami used all four quarterbacks in the game as Kelly had struggled as the primary starter. Michigan State scored on its first possession of the second half, but Miami answered with a field goal and blew open the game with a 21-point third quarter. Vinnie Testeverde threw his first touchdown of the season on a 23-yard pass to Rocky Belk. Miami rolled up 432 yards of offense, including 286 through the air.

(11) Michigan 31, UCLA 16 ... Lawrence Ricks ran for 146 yards and scored a touchdown as the Wolverines controlled UCLA from the outset in Ann Arbour. The Wolverines scored a touchdown in each of the first three quarters, Ricks scored on a 1-yard run, Steve Smith hit Anthony Carter on a 16-yard pass midway through the second quarter and Smith scored on a 24-yard run for a 21-3 Michigan lead. The Wolverines led 31-3 before the bruins added a pair of late scores. Tom Ramsey passed for 354 yards, 134 to Cormac Carney. Ramsey had five completions of 30-or more yards.

Minnesota 35, Washington State 16 ... Mike Hohensee passed for three touchdowns, two to Lonnie Farrow as the Golden Gophers wore down the Cougars at Memorial Stadium. Washington state took a 6-0 lead midway through the first quarter on a pair of field goals before Minnesota struck for three unanswered touchdowns as they built a 21-9 halftime lead and led 35-9 before a late Washington State score.

1080397.jpeg(20) Boston College 17, Navy 10 ... Boston College's stay in the Top 20 might have been short-lived as the Eagles needed a 1-yard run by Troy Stradford with :15 left to top the Midshipmen after Navy tied the game with a 21-yard field goal with 1:02 left. Marc Alexander gave Navy a 7-0 lead on an 8-yard run in the first quarter and led 7-3 at halftime. Boston College struggled trying contain Navy's balanced offense that put up 486 yards, 235 on the ground and 251 through the air. Napleon McCallum rushed for 102 yards on 11 carries for Navy. Doug Flutie, who threw for 225 yards on a 14-for-26 day, gave the Eagles a lead when he flicked a 1-yard pass to Paul Zdanek on the Eagles first possession of the second half.

Army 28, (8) North Carolina 24 ... Army was dominated on Saturday afternoon, but stunned North Carolina with wild touchdowns in the first 90 seconds of the game and then held on to upset the No. 8-ranked Tar Heels in Chapel Hill. Elton Aiken took the opening kickoff 91-yards before many of the fans were seated at Kenan Stadium. Then, on the third play from scrimmage for the Tar Heels, Army's Gary Bastin returned an interception 55 yards for a 14-0 lead with 13:31 left in the opening quarter. Art Zarone scored on an 8-yard run for a 21-3 lead early in the second half.  After North Carolina's Tyrone Anthony scored on a 2-yard run to trim the Army lead to 21-10 at halftime. Army then confounded the tar Heels further when they uncustomarily used a 13-yard pass from Bryan Allem to Billy Noble pushed the Army lead to 28-10. With 5:49 left in the third quarter Army was driving once more before UNC's Steve Hendrickson picked a Nate Sassman pass and returned it 41-yards to cut the Army lead to 28-17. Kelvin Bryant scored on a 1-yard run with 6:25 remaining, but the Army defense intercepted a pass in the final two minutes and ran out the clock for the major upset. Army had just seven first downs, nine penalties, 66 yards rushing and 73 yards passing.

Northwestern 21, Northern Illinois 3 ... Steve Tasker returned a punt 61 yards and Sandy Schwab threw a pair of touchdowns to help Northwestern take down Northern Illinois. Despite trailing 3-0, the wildcats had little problem with the Huskies, limiting NIU to 205 total yards of offense. Northwestern running back Ricky Edwards had 136 yards on 18 carries and Jon Edwards caught five passes for 153 yards while Schwab, who was intercepted four times, passed for 326 yards on a 19-for-31 passing day.

(12) Notre Dame 31, Purdue 3 ... Allen Pinkett rushed for 114 yards and two touchdowns, Larry Moriarity added 92 yards and Phil Carter pounded out 80 yards as Notre Dame won its first game of the season. Blair Kiel was 15-for-19 for 138 before exiting the game in the third quarter. The Irish led 10-3 at halftime and finished the game with 24 unanswered points and controlled the ball for over 40 minutes.

(7) Ohio State 35, Stanford 7 ... The Buckeyes had no problem with Stanford as Tim Spencer ran for 131 yards and two touchdowns at before more than 85-thousand fans at Ohio Stadium. The Buckeyes defense held John Elway in check as the Stanford quarterback was held to 1f-38 passing for just 139 yards. Ohio State, who led 14-7 at halftime, controlled the line of scrimmage, rushing for 358 yards on 59 punishing carries. Vaughan Broadnax, who ran for 76 yards, scored twice, including a 40-yard run in the fourth quarter.

rick-bryan-1982-83.jpg(17) Oklahoma 10, USC 6 ... Defense was the theme in Norman as the Sooners held the Trojans without a touchdown in what is turning out to be a massively disappointing season for Southern Cal. The Trojans committed two turnovers, but were never able to establish a rushing attack as they were held to just 56 yards on 28 carries.  Oklahoma, on the other hand, pounded out 238 yards on the ground, including a 4-yard touchdown run by Weldon Ledbetter at the 7:28 mark of the first quarter. USC was just 3-of-13 on 3rd down conversions while the Sooners were 7-for-14 on third down.

San Jose State 22, Oregon State 17 ... The Spartans used big plays to shock the Beavers in Corvalis. After taking a 9-7 lead into the third quarter, the Spartans Tim Kearse returned the second half kickoff 87 yards for a 16-7 lead. Bryce Oglesby, who rushed for 97 yards, sparked an Oregon State comeback with a 5-yard run to cut the lead to 16-13 and then took the led on the first play of the fourth quarter on a 21-yard field goal by Chris Mangold. The lead was short-lived as Steve Clarkson and seldom-used wideout Tim Smith connected with a 75-yard strike to push San Jose State back ahead. The catch was Smith's only reception of the day. Oregon State cost themselves as they made five turnovers in the game.

Missouri 14, Texas 7 ... Missouri may have played itself into the Top 20 while Texas keeps fading. The Missouri defense limited Texas to 204 yards and less than three yards per carry on the ground in an upset in austin. The teams played a scoreless first half before a startled crowd at Memorial Stadium. eric Drain scored on a 1-yard run on the Tigers first second half possession and added a score when Marlon Adler hit Craig White on a 33-yard scoring strike with 8:52 left to play. Texas rallied and scored on a 38-yard pass from Robert Brewer to Bobby Micho with 4:22 left. Texas would not cross midfield the on their next possession.

Texas A&M 17, Louisiana Tech 16 ... The struggling Aggies needed a 31-yard field with 1:07 left to come-from-behind and defeat Louisiana Tech at Kyle Field. The Aggies picked five Louisiana Tech passes and caused six turnovers in the game, but still could not put away the Bulldogs. Gary Kubiak passed for 192 yards as Texas A&M scored 13 second quarter points.  Louisiana Tech scored a touchdown late in the third quarter and then took the lead on a short tun midway through the fourth quarter.

Baylor 23, Texas Tech 0 ... The Bears held the Red Raiders to 132 yards of offense and seven first downs in a domineering effort at Jones Field. Mike Brannan passed for 265 yards, but it was backup David Mangrum who ignited the bears offense with a 42-yard touchdown pass midway through the first quarter after Brannan was shaken up. Baylor wide receiver Bruce Davis had five catches for 126 yards and a touchdown.

Virginia Tech 33, William & Mary 10 ... The Hokies ran out the entire roster as they cruised to a win at Lane Stadium. Virginia Tech amassed 462 yards and punted only twice as they thoroughly moved the ball up and down the field, recording 27 first downs while running 70 plays to 52 for William & Mary. Billy Hite led all rushers with 85 yards on 21 carries as seven Hokies ran the ball. Todd greenwood was 9-for-11 for 132 yards and a touchdown.

Appalachian State 23, Wake Forest 17 ... Division 1-AA Appalachian State upset Wake Forest as the Demon Deacons lost a 17-7 lead. Appalachian State outscored Wake Forest 13-0 in the second half using four three goals as four turnovers did in the Demon Deacons. Michael Ramseur rushed for 155 yards on 22 carries, but fumbled twice in the second half costing the Demon Deacons.

(16) West Virginia 54, Richmond 3 ... Richmond turned the ball over six times as No. 16-ranked West Virginia had their way with the Spiders. Jeff Hostetler passed for 249 yards and three touchdowns as the Mountaineers racked up 35 answered second half points. West Virginia tight end Mark Raugh had five catches for 27 yards, but caught three touchdown passes. The West Virginia defense held Richmond to 157 yards, including 37 on the ground as Todd Campbell and Rich Walters had two sacks while Mike Scott picked off two passes.

Wisconsin 40, Toledo 24 ... The Badgers rolled up 581 of offense, but had to overcome a 21-6 first quarter deficit at Camp Randall Stadium. Chucky Davis rushed for 110 yards and Randy Wright threw for 294 yards for an offense that had 11 plays of 20-or-more yards. Toledo scored at the 7:35 mark of the opening quarter after Wisconsin scored on a 63-yard screen pass from Wright to running back Gary Ellerson. Toledo then scored on their next two possessions before Wisconsin rallied in the second half.



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Top-Ranked Huskies Getting Stronger

2003855750.jpgSEATTLE, Wash. - The No. 1-ranked Washington Huskies are getting stronger and tougher as they held the Oregon Dukcs to a meager 71 yards of total offense in a 27-7 win at Husky Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The highly touted defense smothered Oregon (1-3, 0-2) as they held the Ducks to just four first downs. Oregon averaged less than a yard per attempt with 36 yards on 37 carries and passed for just 35 yards as Washington prevented the Ducks from crossing the 50-yard line. The only Oregon score came on a 90-yard kickoff return to start the second half.

Chris James got things started for Washington with a 33-yard run at the 6:02 mark of the first quarter and at the 6:04 mark of the second quarter Jacque Robinson scored on a 3-yard run. Washington (3-0, 2-0) had some trouble running the ball as they totaled just 113 yards on 37 carries.

Chuck Nelson continued his stellar kicking season with a 40-yard field goal just before halftime to build a 17-0 lead. Washington has not allowed a point in the first half this season. The Huskies kept the lead at 10 points until the second play of the fourth quarter when Robinson scored for the second time on a 6-yard run to give Washington a 24-7 lead. Robinson rushed for 45 yards on 19 carries against the strong Oregon run defense.

Nelson added his second field goal, a 21-yard chip shot with 2:22 left to play to end the scoring. The Huskies held Oregon to just 1-for-14 on third down and had five sacks, two by linebacker Mark Stewart and one by defensive tackle Ray Cattage. Defensive backs Chris O'Conner and Ray Horton had interceptions for the Huskies.

Washington limited oregon to just three plays or 10-or more yards, a 26-yard scramble by Mike Jorgensen and pair of passes to tight end Doug Herman and a 10-yard pass to their leading receiver, Osborn Thomas. Steve Pelleur was an efficient 11-for-21 for 144 yards while backup Tim Cowan was 8-for-11 for 79 yards. Paul Skansi led the receiving corp with eight catches for 67 yards while Anthony Allen had 93 yards receiving on five grabs.



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Week 4 Top 20
after games of Sept. 25

1. Washington (3-0) ... defeated Oregon, 27-7
2. Alabama (3-0) ... defeated Vanderbilt, 14-10
3. Nebraska (2-0-1) ... tied No. 4 Penn State, 24-24
4. Penn State (3-0-1) ... tied No. 3 Nebraska, 24-24
5. SMU (3-0) ... defeated TCU, 27-3
6. Florida (3-0) ... defeated Mississippi State, 31-28
7. Ohio State (3-0) ... defeated Stanford, 35-7
8. Arkansas (3-0) ... defeated Ole Miss, 19-7
9. Michigan (2-0-1) ... defeated UCLA, 31-16
10. Notre Dame (1-0-1) ... defeated Purdue, 31-3
11. West Virginia (3-0) ... defeated Richmond, 54-3
12. Illinois (3-0) ... defeated No. 10 Pitt, 17-14
13. Oklahoma (2-1) ... defeated USC, 10-6
14. Air Force (3-0) ... defeated No. 14 Brigham Young, 21-13
15. Georgia (2-1) ... defeated South Carolina, 24-21
16. Colorado (3-0) ... defeated Wyoming, 9-0
17. Utah (3-0) ... IDLE
18. Missouri (3-0) ... defeated Texas, 14-7

19. Boston College (3-0) ... defeated Navy, 17-10
20. LSU (2-0) ... defeated Rice, 41-7

Receiving votes: Brigham Young, Clemson, Duke, Kansas State, North Carolina State, Oklahoma State, Southern Miss, Temple 



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Pac 10 Conference Notes

The Washington Huskies remained atop of the national polls and are in sole possession of first place in the conference ... Washington is the only undefeated team in the league ... Arizona State (2-1-1), Arizona (2-1) and Stanford (2-1) all having winning records ... Washington has outscored their opponents, 100-14 ... USC's White (244) and Simmons (239) are 1-2 in receiving yards and Stanford's White (26) and Dressel (17) and 1-2 in receptions ... The PAC 10 has four different quarterbacks leading the four main passing categories ... Gilbert of California leads in completion percentage at 63.2 percent, Singler of Oregon State leads in quarterback rating at 150.3, Ramsey leads in yardage at 739 and Tunnicliffe of Arizona and Elway of Stanford are tied with five touchdowns ... Nelson of Washington has 40 points already this season, almost double the next highest kick, Zandejas of Arizona state who has 21 ... Nelson is 10-for-10 in field goals ... Maxwell of Arizona leads the conference with six sacks ... UCLA leads in total offense (375.9) and Washington leads in total defense (151.5) ... Washington leads the conference in rushing defense at 58.9 yards ... Stanford has caused 17 turnovers and leads the league with eight interceptions ... Oregon has yet to intercept a pass this season ... The Aloha Bowl in Hawai'i has shown initial interest in Stanford, USC, UCLA and Arizona State ... The Fiesta Bowl has had scouts at USC games and have shown interested in the Trojans as well as the Huskies of Washington.

 

 

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October 2 Games
9:00 a.m. Washington State at Tennessee
12:30 p.m. San Jose State at California
12:30 p.m. Oregon State at Stanford
2:30 p.m. UCLA at Colorado
4:30 p.m. San Diego State at (1) Washington 
7:30 p.m. Oregon at USC
7:30 p.m. Kansas State at Arizona State
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stratfan70 wrote:

Way to go Huskies!!


Yessiree!

Those were great years.

WOOF!!! wink



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1982 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Schedule

9/18 - Michigan 10-10, 0-0-1
9/25 -  Purdue, 31-3, 1-0-1
10/2 - @ Michigan State

10/9 - Miami
10/16 - Arizona
10/23 - @ Oregon
10/30 - vs. Navy (Meadowlands, East Rutherford, N.J.)
11/6 - @ Pittsburgh
11/13 - Penn State
11/20 - @ Air Force
11/27 - @ USC



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Week 5 Games

ACC
North Carolina State (3-1, 1-1) at Virginia (0-3, 0-1)
Wake Forest (0-4) at Virginia Tech (2-1)
Maryland (1-2) at Syracuse (1-3)
Kentucky (0-3) at Clemson (1-2)
Navy (1-2) at Duke (3-0) 
Georgia Tech (2-1) at North Carolina (1-2)
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Big 8

Nebraska (2-0) at Auburn (3-0)
UCLA (1-2) at Colorado (3-0)
Oklahoma (2-1, 0-0) at Iowa State (1-2, 0-0)
Tulsa (0-2) at Kansas (3-0)
East Carolina (2-1) at Missouri (3-0)
Kansas State (2-0) at Arizona State (2-1-1)
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Big 10
Northwestern (1-3, 0-2) at Iowa (1-2, 0-0)
Indiana (2-1, 1-0) at Michigan (2-0-1, 1-0)
Illinois (4-0, 2-0) at Minnesota (1-2, 0-1)
Wisconsin (2-1, 0-1) at Purdue (1-2, 1-0)
Notre Dame (1-0-1) at Michigan State (0-3)
Florida State (2-1) at Ohio State (3-0)

Pac 10
Oregon (1-3, 0-2) at USC (1-2, 0-0) 
Oregon State (0-3, 0-1) at Stanford (2-1, 0-0)
Washington State (1-2) at Tennessee (1-2)
San Diego State (1-2) at Washington (3-0)
Kansas State (2-0) at Arizona State (2-1-1)
San Jose State (2-1) at California (1-1-1)
UCLA (1-2) at Colorado (3-0)

SEC
LSU (2-0, 0-0) at Florida (3-0, 1-0)
Georgia (2-1, 0-0) at Mississippi State (1-3, 0-1)
Kentucky (0-3) at Clemson
Nebraska (2-0) at Auburn (3-0)
Washington State (1-2) at Tennessee (1-2)
Arkansas State (1-2) at Alabama (3-0)
Tulane (1-2) at Vanderbilt (0-3)

SWC
Houston (1-2, 0-0) at Baylor (2-1, 1-0)
TCU (0-3, 0-1) at Arkansas (3-0, 0-0)
Texas (0-2, 0-0) at Rice (2-1, 0-0)
Texas Tech (1-2, 0-1) at Texas A&M (1-2, 0-0)
North Texas State (1-3) at SMU (3-0)

WAC
BYU (2-1, 0-1)  at UTEP (0-4, 0-1)
New Mexico (2-1, 1-0) at Air Force (4-0, 2-0)
Wyoming (0-4, 0-2) at Hawai'i (2-1, 1-1)
Colorado State (3-1, 2-0) at Utah (3-0, 0-0)
San Diego State (1-2) at Washington (3-0)

Independants
Temple (3-1) at Boston College (3-0)
Navy (1-2) at Duke (3-0)
Miami (2-2) at Louisville (1-2)
Notre Dame (1-0-1) at Michigan State (0-3)
East Carolina (2-1) at Missouri (3-0)
Georgia Tech (2-1) at North Carolina (1-2)
Florida State (2-1) at Ohio State (3-0)
West Virginia (3-0) at Pitt (1-2)
William&Mary (0-3) at Rutgers (0-3)
Cincinnati (1-2) at South Carolina (1-3)
Memphis State (2-2) at Southern Miss (3-1)
Maryland (1-2) at Syracuse (1-3)
Southern Illinois (3-1) at SW Louisiana (1-2)
Tulane (1-2) at Vanderbilt (0-3)
Wake Forest (0-4) at Virginia Tech (2-1)

 



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