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COLLEGE FOOTBALL REPORT

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Moses Moreno, Colorado State, threw for 323 yards and three touchdowns Sunday and Paul Turner caught six passes for 140 yards and two scores as the Rams (6-2, 4-1) took a 44-8 win over Tulsa (1-6, 1-3) in a Western Athletic Conference game at Fort Collins, Colo. The game was played before 10,128 fans one day after an October blizzard had forced the game to be postponed. . . . Pete Gonzalez, Pittsburgh, completed 27 of 42 passes for 470 yards and broke Dan Marino's school record by throwing seven touchdown passes, the last coming in the second overtime, to lead the Panthers to a 55-48 victory over Rutgers. . . . Wilkie Perez, Glenville State, broke West Virginia Conference records with nine TD passes and 642 yards on 44-of-58 passing in a 71-26 win over Concord. . . . Ryan Leaf, Washington State, completed 23 of 46 for a career-high 384 yards and three TDs and had a 1-yard dive in overtime as the No. 10 Cougars defeated Arizona, 35-34. . . . Ron Dayne, Wisconsin, rushed for 183 yards on 40 carries, including the game-winning 1-yard TD in the fourth quarter in a 22-21 win over Minnesota. . . . John Dutton, Nevada, passed for 460 yards and four TDs as Nevada routed North Texas, 65-10. . . . Reggie Greene, Siena, rushed for 291 yards on 37 carries as the Saints defeated St. John's, 12-7. . . . Stan House, Central Connecticut State, ran for a school-record 263 yards and scored five TDs in a 55-14 defeat of La Salle. . . . Chris Wallace, Toledo, threw a school-record five TD passes as the 24th-ranked Rockets defeated Bowling Green, 35-20. . . . Willie Taggert, Western Kentucky, ran for 289 yards and three TDs in leading the Hilltoppers to a 52-31 victory over Southern Illinois. . . . Raymond Priester, Clemson, ran for a 204 yards and tied a school record with 36 carries as the Tigers won their fifth straight against Maryland, 20-9. . . . Giovanni Carmazzi, Hofstra, tied a school record with five TD passes, completing 30 of 44 for 410 yards in a 37-26 win over the University at Buffalo. . . . Chad Pennington, Marshall, was 34 of 50 for 361 yards and three TDs to set the Mid-American Conference record with his 26th TD pass of the season in a 48-25 win over Eastern Michigan.

Slump stopper

Darren Davis rushed for a career-high 247 yards and two TDs as Iowa State ended a 13-game losing streak with a 24-17 victory over Baylor.

Strong in defeat

Ricky Williams, the nation's No. 2 rusher, ran for 201 yards and four TDs in Texas' 47-30 loss to Colorado. It was Williams' third straight 200-yard game and fourth of the season, extending his school record.

Special teamer

Iowa's Tim Dwight returned a punt 92 yards for a TD in the No. 18 Hawkeyes' 62-0 rout of Indiana. It was Dwight's fourth punt return for a score, which ties four others for the Big Ten record.

Still scoreless

Indiana, which has lost 20 of its last 21 Big Ten games, has not scored a point in 10 quarters and has gone without a TD in the last 18, including No. 18 Iowa's 62-0 rout.

Shootout

Missouri's Corby Jones threw four TD passes and ran for two TDs, including a 15-yarder in the second overtime to lead the Tigers over No. 12 Oklahoma State, 51-50. Tony Lindsay had four TD passes and ran for a score for the Cowboys.

Staying late

Eric Richards' 35-yard field goal in the second overtime gave Cincinnati a 34-31 victory over Miami of Ohio, ending the Red Hawks' five-game winning streak.

Stunner

Alabama rushed for 297 yards, led by Curtis Alexander's 141, and had 526 total yards in a 29-20 victory over No. 25 Mississippi.

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