In a battle between unbeaten teams,
Delaware's wing T and Bobby Colburn passed the Easterners dizzy 30-8; Tulsa spoiled North Texas State's perfect record 17-6. Top three:
2. MICHIGAN STATE
3. NORTHWESTERN (6-2)
Unbeaten Texas got off to a 9-0 lead, but TCU's bulky linemen settled down to business. Fullback Jack Spikes led the surge that brought the Frogs their first touchdown. Then fleet Harry Moreland broke away for 56 yards and a 14-9 TCU win.
, trailing 14-7, found a way to contain SMU's Don Meredith in the second half and used the running of Lance Alworth and Joe Paul Alberty to beat the Mustangs 17-14. The reward: a share of the Southwest Conference championship.
's Jim Walden and Dick Hamilton teamed up on a 78-yard touchdown pass to overtake
25-20 and hold the Skyline lead. The top three:
1. TCU (6-2)
It was a happy weekend in Los Angeles.
got the ball rolling Friday night, beating
North Carolina State
21-12. The next day, undefeated USC's bruising linemen, led by the irrepressible McKeevers, Marlin and Mike, held Baylor to three yards rushing to help USC win 17-8.
, involved in another down-to-the-wire thriller, edged
7-6 on Willie West's two-yard end sweep and Roger Daniels' placement, while
concentrated on power shots inside the tackles to trap