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College Football Today

October 17, 1993

- June Henley rushed for four touchdowns and a Kansas fr (AP) _ June Henley rushed for four touchdowns and a Kansas freshman-record 237 yards as the Jayhawks held off Iowa State 35-20.

- Freshman Andy Surtz rushed for a school-record 231 yards and a TD to lead Franklin & Marshall past Georgetown 17-3.

- LeShon Johnson, the nation’s leading rusher, ran for 224 yards and one touchdown, leading Northern Illinois over Pacific 21-16.

- Terrell Willis ran for 221 yards and four touchdowns as Rutgers beat Army 45-38.

- J.J. Stokes had 10 receptions for 190 yards and four touchdowns in UCLA’s 39-25 win over Washington.

- Joey Galloway of Ohio State caught nine passes for 186 yards and three TDs in a 28-21 win over Michigan State.

- Senior quarterback Doug Nussmeier threw for five touchdowns and ran for a sixth in three quarters as Idaho beat Eastern Washington 49-10.

- Linebacker Mike Williams intercepted three passes as Illinois State beat Indiana State 27-3. Williams returned one of the interceptions 15 yards for a TD with 35 seconds left.

- Freshman Facio Benevides returned two blocked punts for touchdowns late in the first quarter in Cal Poly-San Luis Obisbo’s 38-6 victory over Southern Utah. STATS

- Tyrone Wheatley, rebounded from his 33-yard game last week, with a 192- yard rushing performance as Michigan beat Penn State 21-13.

- Shawn Knight completed 10 of 13 passes, five for touchdowns, as William & Mary defeated Northeastern 53-6.

- Tulsa wide receiver Chris Penn caught 14 passes for 184 yards and a TD in a 23-19 win over Memphis State.

- Scott Milanovich completed 29 of 36 passes for 414 yards and two TDs as Maryland won its first game of the season, beating Duke 26-18. SCHOOL RECORDS

- Mike Giardi broke one of Harvard’s oldest records with his 24th and 25th career touchdowns as the Crimson beat Holy Cross 41-25. Giardi, a senior quarterback, broke Charlie Brickley’s 78-year-old school record of 23 touchdowns.

- Maurice DeShazo threw for 325 yards and four touchdowns, three to Antonio Freeman, and Virginia Tech beat Temple 55-7. DeShazo tied his school record for touchdown passes and Freeman tied a school record for touchdown receptions.

- Boston University beat Richmond 44-14 for its eight consecutive win, a school record.

- UCLA’s Wayne Cook teamed up for a 95-yard pass play with J.J. Stokes - the longest offensive scrimmage play in school history.

- Jay Walker completed 38 of 52 passes for 429 yards yards, all Howard records, in a 44-41 win over Towson State.

- Darron Davis set school records with 36 carries and 233 yards rushing as Tennessee State beat Austin Peay 21-16. STARTS

- Navy (4-2) posted a 31-3 victory over Colgate, giving the Midshipmen their best start in 12 years.

- Boston University (6-0) beat Richmond 44-14 for its best start since 1949.

- Wisconsin defeated Purdue 42-28, opening the season with six victories for the first time since 1912.

- Ohio State (6-0) beat Michigan State 28-21 for its best start since 1979.

- Perez Mattison, making his first collegiate start, threw three touchdown passes to rally East Carolina to a 31-28 victory over Louisiana Tech. STUNNING COMEBACKS

- Jay Walker threw a nine-yard touchdown pass to Germaine Kohn as the clock ran out to lead Howard to a 44-41 come-from-behind win over Towson State.

- Alabam’s Jay Barker scored on a 1-yard dive with 21 seconds left and receiver David Palmer, lining up at quarterback, ran in a 2-point conversion for a 17-17 tie with Tennessee. SIDELINED

- Two of the top players in the Big Eight Conference were sidelined with injuries during Colorado’s 27-10 win over Oklahoma. The Sooners lost quarterback Cale Gundy with 11:35 left in the fourth quarter when he was knocked unconscious after scrambling for a 28-yard gain. Colorado receiver Charles Johnson broke the ring finger on his left hand early in the fourth quarter.

- Quarterback Darrell Bevell left in the third quarter of Wisconsin’s 42-28 win over Purdue. Bevell suffered a strained right thigh muscle and he’ll be back for the next game.

- Washington State quarterback Mike Pattinson left a 34-7 rout of California with a broken collar bone midway through the first quarter after a hit by Golden Bears linebacker Jerrott Willard. STOPPED

- Pittsburgh’s Curtis Martin ran for 206 yards and a touchdown, but ran into his own blocker and was stopped for a 1-yard gain on a fourth-down play with 2:24 remaining in a 24-21 loss to Syracuse.

- Michigan stopped Penn State four times from the Michigan 1 to preserve a 14-10 lead in the second half. SUPERB IN DEFEAT

- Kansas State’s Chad May threw for 489 yards and two touchdowns in a 45-28 losss to Nebraska. May was 30 of 51 to set break the Big Eight record of 480 yards. SHUTOUTS

- Mississippi State’s big-play defense blanked South Carolina 23-0 for the Bulldogs’ first Southeastern Conference shutout in 30 years. STREAKS

- Alabama’s 28-game winning streak was snapped with a 17-17 tie against Tennessee.

- Ohio University snapped the nation’s longest Division I-A losing streak at 15 games with a 15-10 victory over Kent. The Bobcats (1-6, 1-5 MAC) hadn’t won since a 27-14 victory over Kent last September.

- Wake Forest beat Clemson 20-26 to end a string of 16 straight losses at Clemson dating to Oct. 14, 1961.

- Texas A&M won its 18th consecutive Southwest Conference game, a 34-17 victory over Baylor.

- Minnesota beat Northwestern 28-26 to break a 13-game road losing streak and win two in a row for the first time since 1990.

- Southern Cal beat Oregon State 34-9 for the 20th straight win over the Beavers, dating back 26 years.

- Dayton won its 44th straight regular-season game, defeating Butler 28-6. Dayton, 6-0, assured itself of its 17th straight winning season and has not been shut out in 201 games - the third-longest streak in college football. SEASONS

- John Gagliardi became the fifth coach to reach 300 wins as St. John’s (Minn.) beat Bethel 77-12. Gagliardi, 66, also has 95 losses in 45 years. SPEAKING

″I wanted so much for these players to feel the good part in college football. They haven’t felt that in awhile.″ Terry Bowden after Auburn’s 38-35 win over Florida.

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