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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Tressel makes Ohio State history, continuing dominance over Michigan

: Seventh-ranked Ohio State deftly handled archrival Wolverine State 14-3 and earned sequent straight-out Big Ten statute titles for the first clip in 50 old age in U.S. college football game on Saturday.

Jim Tressel became the first Buckeyes manager to beat out Wolverine State six modern times in seven years.

Chris H. G. Wells ran for a career-high 222 paces and two touchdowns and Vernon Gholston and the Buckeyes' defence dominated Michigan's banged-up offense.

The Buckeyes (11-1, 7-1 Big Ten) are likely headed to the Rose Bowl for the first clip since 1997. No. Twenty-Three Wolverine State (8-4, 6-2) missed out on its 4th trip to Pasadena in five years.

No. One LSU 41, Mississippi River 24 Today in Sports

At Oxford, Mississippi, Trindon Holliday returned a kickoff 98 paces for a touchdown and LSU forced two turnover rates during goal-line stand ups to steal past Mississippi.

The Tigers (10-1, 6-1 SEC) didn't play well on offense, but Craig Steltz and the nation's top-ranked defence helped put a school record with three consecutive seasons of 10 wins or more.

Ole Girl (3-8, 0-7) was in danger of a winless conference season for the first clip since 1982.

Steltz had rally-ending interceptions late in each half, and Francois Jacob Hester and Prince Charles George C. Scott each rushed for touchdowns after failing Ole Girl onside boots in the 4th one-fourth to guarantee the win. Colt Saint David added second-half field ends of 48 and 43 yards.

Texas Technical School 34, No. Three Sooner State 27

At Lubbock, Texas, Billy Graham Harrell and Lone-Star State Technical School knocked Sooner State out of the national statute title chase.

Harrell threw for 420 paces and two touchdowns for the Red Raiders (8-4, 4-4 Big 12) and for the 11th clip this season a top-five squad lost to an unranked team.

With Beaver State losing on Thursday, the Sooners (9-2, 5-2 Big 12), who were 4th in the up-to-the-minute B.C.s standings, appeared to be in good form to play for a national statute title if they could win out.

No. Four Sunflower State 45, Ioway St 7

At Lawrence, Kansas, Sir Alexander Robertus Todd Reesing passed for 253 paces and four touchdowns and Sunflower State remained undefeated, whipping the Cyclones to put up a clang with sixth-ranked Show Me State for the Big 12 North title.

The Tigers and Jayhawks (11-0, 7-0 Big 12) will ran into adjacent weekend in a game that could establish the victor into the national title game.

Reesing hit 19 of his first 20 bases on balls as the Jayhawks romped to their first 11-0 grade in school history.

No 6. Show Me State 49, Sunflower State State 32

At Manhattan, Kansas, Jeremy Maclin scored three touchdowns for Missouri, and had 252 sum paces to put the U.S. single-season first-year record for all-purpose yards.

He returned a kickoff 99 paces for a touchdown and caught two scoring passes, giving him 2,201 all-purpose paces for the season, 175 more than than Terrell Willis of Rutgers had in 1993.

Chase Daniel threw for 284 paces and four touchdowns, helping Show Me State (10-1, 6-1 Big 12) to its first win in Manhattan since 1989.

No. Eight Empire State Of The South 24, No. Twenty-Two Bluegrass State 13

At Athens, Georgia, Knowshon Moreno ran for 124 yards, Saint Matthew Stafford added a 10-yard TD tally and No. Eight Empire State Of The South overcame four turnover rates to maintain alive its opportunities of playing for an second championship.

The Bulldogs (9-2, 6-2 SEC) clinched at least a necktie for first in the Eastern Division and will confront top-ranked LSU in the Dec. One statute title game if Volunteer State loses one of its last two games.

Kentucky (7-4, 3-4) couldn't take advantage of two interceptions and two muffs by the Bulldogs.

No. Ten Old Dominion Technical School 44, Miami 14

At Blacksburg, Virginia, Branden Ore ran for two touchdowns and the No. Ten Hokies dominated Miami in their concluding tuneup for a confrontation with competing Old Dominion adjacent weekend, with the victor moving on to the ACC title game.

Virginia Technical School (9-2, 6-1 ACC) moved into a share of first topographic point in the Coastal Division with Virginia. Sean Glennon threw a touchdown base on balls to Justin Harpist and Jahre Cheeseman and Carlton Weatherford had scoring tallies for the Hokies, who handed Miami (5-6, 2-5) its 2nd sequent demeaning loss.

No. Five Occident Old Dominion 28, No. Twenty-One Cincinnati 23

At Cincinnati, Pat White Person ran for a brace of second-quarter touchdowns, leading the Mountaineers to a triumph that left lone two squads in the conference statute title chase.

The Mountaineers (9-1, 4-1) can win their 2nd Big East title in three old age by shutting with triumphs over No. Twenty-Five Nutmeg State and Pittsburgh. Their game against UConn (9-2, 5-1) in Morgantown, W.Va., adjacent weekend will likely make up one's mind it. 1 |

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