1. TEXAS (3-0)
2. BAYLOR (2-0)
3. ARKANSAS (2-1)
's usually smart-looking Hawkeyes were suddenly fighting for their lives against aroused USC. Trojan Bill Nelsen fired 71- and five-yard touchdown passes to big Hal Bedsole and Iowa's lead was cut to 35-34 with a minute to go. USC elected to go for two points, but Sammie Harris batted down Nelsen's pass to save the victory.
Rumored to have "plenty of players in the deep freeze,"
's Jim Owens thawed one out last Saturday. Transfer Quarterback Pete Ohler completed six of 11 passes for 188 yards and two touchdowns to beat Pitt 22-17. Terry Baker and
finally won one, against
"Sneaky" was the kindest epithet
coaches had for
's Bob Devaney, who announced early in the week that injured Quarterback Chuck Lamson would be ready to go. So Utah State drilled all week for Lamson, who didn't even suit up, and the Skyline co-champions tied 6-6. The top three:
1. WASHINGTON (2-1)
2. WYOMING (2-0-2)
3. UTAH (3-1)
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