Carnegie Mellon's Lengthy Nonlosing Streak in Jeopardy

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Carnegie Mellon's Lengthy Nonlosing Streak in Jeopardy


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Marshall Oium threw for 410 yards and six touchdowns, Dee Brizzolara scored five touchdowns, and Chicago (7-2, 2-0) dealt Carnegie Mellon (4-5, 0-2) a 61-22 University Athletic Conference home loss yesterday.

Brizzolara caught eight passes for 235 yards and touchdowns of 87, 31 and 44 yards. He added two touchdowns on special teams: an 86- yard punt return in the first quarter and an 83-yard kickoff return to start the second half. He finished with 432 all-purpose yards.

Justin Pratt rushed for 107 yards and one touchdown, and Jake Nardone carried 12 times for 91 yards and another score for the Tartans. Despite holding an advantage in rushing yards, 199-95, Carnegie Mellon's offense was outgained overall, 514-253.

The loss jeopardizes Carnegie Mellon's streak of nonlosing seasons, which dates to 1974 when it finished 3-5. The Tartans will close out their season at Case Western Reserve next Saturday.

St. Vincent 21, Westminster 14 -- Junior running back Mike Kale rushed for 157 yards and threw for a touchdown to lead St. Vincent (3-6, 3-3) to the PAC victory at Westminster (2-7, 1-6).

Westminster jumped to a 14-0 lead on two first-quarter touchdown passes from Shawn Lehocky to Nick Sorice, but Kale started St. Vincent's comeback when he hit Sheldon Loughner with a 29-yard scoring pass early in the second quarter.

Loughner caught the winning touchdown pass from quarterback Jake Smith in the third quarter. Lehocky threw for a career-high 256 yards, and teammate John Proano rushed for 110 yards -- his second career 100-yard rushing game.

Grove City 21, Bethany (W.Va.) 7 -- Brian Pell completed 15 of 21 passes for 193 yards and two touchdowns, and Grove City (4-5, 2-4) won its seventh straight home game by defeating Bethany (4-5, 3-3) in Presidents' Athletic Conference action.

No. 9 Thomas More 14, Waynesburg 10 -- Thomas More (9-0, 6-0) won their third straight PAC title, after beating Waynesburg (6-3, 4-2) with a game-winning 4-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Robert Kues with under a minute left in the game.

Receiver Mercier Doucette caught both of Kues's touchdown passes and finished with 92 yards receiving.

Washington and Jefferson 47, Thiel 14 -- Washington & Jefferson (7-2, 5-1) outdueled Thiel (0-9, 0-6) in an offensive battle in which there were more than 700 yards on offense combined.

Washington and Jefferson running back Tim McNerney ran for 82 yards and two touchdowns. Quarterback Gino Rometo passed for 206 yards and two touchdowns in the Presidents' blowout win. …

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