College Football Breakers

Outstanding individual and team performances from Saturday's college football games: Rushing Brockport State's Pete White carried 24 times for 158 yards and 2 TDs.

Brown's Kirk Little ran for 109 yards and 1 TD.


Central Michigan's Rodney Stevenson rushed 26 times for 116 yards.

Cortland State's Steve Pisciotta carried 27 times for 141 yards.

Kent State's Eric Wilkerson carried 27 times for 128 yards.

Kentucky's Mark Higgs carried 19 times for 169 and 3 TDs.

Michigan's Jamie Morris carried 18 times for 182 yards and 3 TDs.

Michigan State's Lorenzo White carried 39 times for 166 yards and 1 TD.

Navy's Chuck Smith rushed for 143 yards.

Oklahoma backup quarterback Charles Thompson carried 13 times for 137 yards and a TD.

Oklahoma's Lydell Carr ran for 86 yards to move into ninth place on the Sooners' all-time rushing list.

Oklahoma's Anthony Stafford rushed for 90 yards on 8 carries and scored 3 TDs, including two on the ground.


Penn's Chris Flynn ran for 189 yards and 2 TDs.

Penn State's Blair Thomas carried 24 times for a career-high 167 yards and 2 TDs.

Tennessee's Reggie Cobb of Tennessee rushed for 94 yards and scored 3 first-half TDs.

Virginia Tech freshman Jon Jeffries ran for 128 yards, including a 56-yard TD.

Wagner's Terry Underwood carried 20 times for 146 yards.

West Virginia's Undra Johnson ran 16 times for 99 yards and 2 TDs. Passing Kent State's Tim Phillips completed 18 of 27 passes for 312 yards.

Wagner's Greg Kovar passed for 216 yards and 2 TDs and tied a school record for completions with 20 in 31 attempts. Receiving Cortland State's Jeff Roberto caught 7 passes for 76 yards. Dartmouth's Craig Morton caught 7 passes for 156 yards.

Harvard's Brian Barringer caught 9 passes for 93 yards.

Iowa's David Hudson caught 6 passes for 43 yards.

Texas Tech's Ervin Farris caught 6 passes for 98 yards and a TD. Special Teams Eastern Kentucky's Leon Johnson returned a punt blocked by Myron Guyton 14 yards for a TD in the fourth quarter.

Texas Tech's Tyrone Thurman returned a punt 74 yards for a TD, the longest punt return ever against Texas A&M. Individual Defense Cortland State linebacker Clyde Hawley had a team-high 11 tackles and 3 quarterback sacks.


Virginia Tech's Randy Cockrell intercepted a pass and returned it 90 yards for a TD. Team Defense Cortland State held Stony Brook to 106 total yards and intercepted 4 passes.

Dartmouth intercepted 4 passes.

Harvard registered 8 sacks.

Kentucky held Ohio to 158 total yards.

Michigan recovered 4 fumbles. One of 2 recoveries by linebacker John Milligan and 1 by defensive tackle Mark Messner led to touchdowns.

Oklahoma held Iowa State to 3 first downs and 73 total yards.

Wagner held Buffalo to 87 yards. All-Around Oklahoma quarterback Jamelle Holieway moved ahead of Danny Bradley into seventh place on the Sooners' career total offense list with 3,413 yards. He is 36 yards shy of the all-time Sooners quarterback rushing leader, Steve Davis (2,058 yards). Team Offense Michigan scored on its first 5 possessions en route to a 42-0 halftime lead.

Oklahoma accumulated 608 total yards, 531 rushing.

Tennessee scored on its first 5 possessions to build a 31-0 edge. Milestones Columbia lost its 34th straight game, matching the longest losing streak in major college football history.

Kentucky's Mark Higgs joined Sonny Collins and George Adams as the only Wildcats who have exceeded 2,000 yards rushing.

Michigan State's Lorenzo White carried 39 times to tie a Kinnick Stadium record set by Iowa's Eddie Mosley in 1979 and White in 1985.


Oklahoma extended its winning streak to 13 games, longest current streak in NCAA Division I.

Texas Tech's Scott Segrist kicked a school-record-tying 10th straight successful field goal.

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