Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

At a Glance

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

At a Glance

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Rashaan Salaam set Colorado season records for rushing yards, touchdowns and most points in a season as he ran for 232 yards and three touchdowns in 51-26 win over Kansas. Salaam has 1,796 yards, 22 TDs and 132 points.

Rob Johnson threw for 390 yards and three TDs and ran for another as Southern Cal beat Arizona 45-28 to stay alive in the Rose Bowl race.

Oklahoma's Jerald Moore scored all five Oklahoma TDs and ran for 151 yards in 33-14 win over Oklahoma State.

James Brown was 22-of-27 for 320 yards without an interception - the fourth-best passing game in school history - while tying the school record for TD passes in a game with four as Texas beat Houston 48-13.

John Gustin passed for 427 yards, including a 63-yard TD pass to Marcus Harris late in the fourth quarter as Wyoming beat New Mexico 38-28.

Todd Collins passed for a school-record 352 yards and two TDs in Michigan's 38-22 victory over Minnesota.

Danny Wuerffel threw for 357 yards and four touchdowns as Florida beat South Carolina 48-17.

Ray Lucas threw for a career-high 374 yards and four touchdowns, but Rutgers' comeback fell short and Virginia Tech won 41-34. WHOPPER

Undefeated Allegheny broke the North Coast Athletice Conference record for most points scored in a game with an 83-0 victory over winless Oberlin. The Gators eclipsed their own mark of 75 set against Earlham in 1991. STREAKERS

The nation's longest Division I-A winning streak ended at 20 games, when No. 3 Auburn was tied by Georgia 23-23. . . . Indiana lost its fourth straight game, 32-17 to Ohio State, the Hoosiers' longest losing streak in nine years. . . . Michigan won the Little Brown Jug from Minnesota for the eighth straight year with a 38-22 win. . . . Air Force, which lost its first three games, won its seventh straight, upsetting No. …

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