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College Football Today Saturday, Oct. 19

October 20, 1991

Undated (AP) _ Southern California at Notre Dame (12:50 EDT). The Trojans travel to South Bend to face the Fighting Irish in their traditional game. STARS Saturday

- Desmond Howard caught three touchdown passes and set up a field goal with a 71-yard kickoff return as Michigan downed Indiana 24-16.

- Darian Hagan stung Oklahoma with three first-quarter touchdowns in a span of three minutes, leading Colorado to a 34-17 win.

- Matt Rodgers threw for 281 yards and scored on a quarterback sneak with 2 minutes left, giving Iowa a 24-21 victory over Illinois. STATS

Florida State extended the nation’s longest winning streak to 13 with a 39-10 win over Middle Tennessee and kept coach Bobby Bowden’s homecoming record perfect at 16-0. ... Alabama defeated Tennessee 24-19, before 86,293 fans, the largest crowd ever to see a football game in Alabama. ... Homecoming drew 106,097 fans for Saturday’s Indiana-Michigan game, the 100th consecutive crowd of 100,000 at Michigan. STUNNED

Vanderbilt tailback Corey Harris picked up a teammate’s fumble and raced 51 yards for the go-ahead touchdown in a 27-25 upset of Georgia. STOPPED

California, bidding for its best start in 41 years after winning its first five games, lost to Washington 24-17 in a Pacific-10 Conference game. STARTLING

Hofstra’s Tim Lynch completed 50 of 60 passes for 585 yards and five touchdowns in a 50-30 romp over Fordham. Fordham QB Gary Brennan threw for 402 yards, completing 30 of 51 attempts with four TDs. SQUEAKERS

Nebraska, which hasn’t lost to Kansas State in 24 years, needed a goal-line stand in the final minute to escape with a 38-31 victory over the Wildcats. ... North Carolina State erased a nine-point deficit in the final three minutes to beat Division I-AA Marshall 15-14. ... Darren Studstill completed a 40-yard touchdown pass to Michael Beasley with 24 seconds left, leading West Virginia to a 31-24 win over Boston College, which came up a foot short of a tying touchdown as time expired. STOMPED

Miami totaled a season-low 290 yards but capitalized on five turnovers in beating Long Beach State 55-0. SACKED

Texas A&M sacked Baylor quarterback J.J. Joe six times en route to a 34-12 victory over the Bears SLOWEST

Rhode Island beat Maine 52-30 in a game that lasted 3 hours, 52 minutes, the longest in NCAA history. It was six minutes longer than the game between the same teams in 1982 that went into six overtime periods. SIZZLING

Anthony Dodson rushed for a record eight touchdowns, leading Greenville to a 77-0 win over Blackburn in a NAIA Division II game. SLUMPS

Northwestern’s 34-3 loss to Ohio State was its 16th straight to the Buckeyes since 1971. STARTS Notre Dame scored on four of its first five possessions to account for all of its scoring in a 28-15 win over Air Force. SCRAMBLING

Shawn Graves set an NCAA quarterback rushing record with 3,779 career yards in leading Division II Wofford to a 49-6 victory over Newberry. The major- college mark of 3,612 is held by Dee Dowis of the Air Force. STRONG LEG

Houston kicker Roman Anderson’s 43-yard field goal in a 49-20 win over SMU gave him 394 points, tying Indiana’s Anthony Thompson as the NCAA career scoring leader. He also kicked five extra points, giving him an NCAA record 195 for his career. SCHOOL RECORDS

Penn State’s Terry Smith caught six passes in a 37-17 win over Rutgers, giving him a school-record 43 receptions for the season. ... Matt Blundin has 148 passing attempts without an interception, a Virginia record. SPEAKING

″I’ve got to work with them about getting the ball into the end zone,″ Miami coach Dennis Erickson, whose team scored four touchdowns in a seven- minute span on the way to a 55-0 victory over Long Beach State.

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