Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Ohio State's Glenn Destroys Pittsburgh

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Ohio State's Glenn Destroys Pittsburgh

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Terry Glenn caught nine passes for a school-record 253 yards and four touchdowns Saturday as eighth-ranked Ohio State wore down Pittsburgh 54-14.

Glenn, a starter for the first time after backing up current NFL players Joey Galloway and Chris Sanders in 1994, scored on passes of 75, 61, 36 and 12 yards from Bobby Hoying.

Hoying completed 15-of-24 passes for 296 yards and five touchdowns in three quarters. Eddie George gained 121 yards on 24 carries in little over a half and now has 433 yards in the Buckeyes' three wins.

Pitt (2-2) trailed 20-14 at halftime.

Northwestern 30, Air Force 6: Northwestern, which followed a season-opening upset at Notre Dame with a humiliating home loss to Miami of Ohio, dominated Air Force in winning at Evanston, Ill.

Darnell Autry rushed for 190 yards, scored two TDs and caught four passes.

Autry led a Northwestern offense that gained 468 total yards. He has four consecutive games of at least 100 yards.

The Wildcats' held Air Force - the nation's No. 3 rushing team going into the game - to 137 yards.

Quarterback Steve Schnur (St. Louis U. High) completed 16 of 22 passes for 206 yards.

Michigan St. 35, Purdue 35: Corey Rogers ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns and teammate Brad Bobich missed a 47-yard field goal attempt as time ran out as Purdue settled for a tie at home.

Rogers' second touchdown, a 4-yard run with 1:46 to go, pulled Purdue within 35-34, but the Boilermakers (1-1-1, 0-0-1 Big Ten) decided to go for a safe extra-point kick.

The gamble there would be time left for another possession paid off when Lee Brush intercepted a pass by backup quarterback Todd Schultz, who came into the game for the Spartans (1-1-1, 0-0-1) after Tony Banks hurt his leg with 1:18 to go. Purdue mounted a drive at its 42 with 46 seconds left and drove 24 yard the failed kick with four seconds left.

Penn State 59, Rutgers 34: Bobby Engram caught three touchdowns passes and ran 58 yards with a fumble for another score as No. …

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