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COLLEGE FOOTBALL
William F. Reed
October 17, 1988
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October 17, 1988

College Football

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SQUIBS

All in all, it was a streaky week. From Columbia we head north to Colby, a Division III school in Waterville, Maine, that had lost 15 times in a row and had dropped 22 straight in the New England Small College Athletic Conference until Saturday's 34-33 win over Tufts. All the players and fans walked to the Roberts Union to ring the 150-year-old Revere bell that's always sounded after a victory....

The ramblin' wreck that's Georgia Tech extended its losing streak against Division I-A teams to 15 with a 13-8 loss at Maryland....

Clemson extended its record against Virginia to 28-0 with a shaky 10-7 win....

Wyoming won its 15th straight regular-season game by thumping San Diego State 55-27 behind tailback Dabby Dawson's 225 yards on only 16 carries....

Augustana (Ill.) College, which hadn't lost a regular-season game since October 18, 1980, saw its victory streak end at 70 when halfback Bill Nolan's one-yard dive gave Carroll College of Waukesha, Wis., a 24-21 victory....

Before Oklahoma's 28-13 win over Texas—the Sooners' fourth straight in the annual shootout in the Cotton Bowl—Dallas police arrested pregame revelers for the umpteenth year, although Saturday's 53 collars was down from the record 800 set in the early '70s.

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

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