Today's Games

November 13, 1993


Site: Carter-Finley Stadium, Raleigh, N.C., 12:10 p.m.

TV: Channels 13, 7, 25

Radio: WBAL (1090 AM); WWRC (980 AM); WYRE (810 AM); WAMD (970 AM); WFMD (930 AM); WTTR (1470 AM)

Series: Maryland leads, 23-22-4

Line: North Carolina State by 14 1/2

Outlook: Maryland played well in its final two home games, beating Duke, 26-18, for its only win and staying within one touchdown of top-ranked Florida State for 35 minutes. After the Duke game, the Terps played poorly at Clemson, and coach Mark Duffner hopes they make better use of momentum today. North Carolina State has incentive, however, as the Wolfpack feels a victory today would lock up its sixth straight bowl appearance. Sophomore starter Terry Harvey (1,437 yards passing) and junior Geoff Bender (737) have gotten great mileage out of N.C. State's multiple-set attack. With 40 receptions for 740 yards and nine touchdowns, junior SE Eddie Goins is their top target. The Terps will be without their top receiver for the second straight week, as sophomore Jermaine Lewis' left shoulder is still hurting. DL Madison Bradley (back) is done for the year, and SS Raphael Wall (shoulder sprain) is also out this week. Sophomore Scott Milanovich (220 of 348, 2,839 yards) has a school-record 20 touchdown passes and is on pace to shatter the Terps' mark for completion percentage. The Maryland defense ranks last in Division I-A, and needs to allow an average of 465 yards or less in the last two games to avoid setting an NCAA record for yards allowed per game.

NAVY (4-4) at VANDERBILT (3-5)

Site: Vanderbilt Stadium, Nashville, Tenn., 2 p.m.

Radio: WMAL (630 AM), WNAV (1430 AM)

Series: Tied, 1-1-2

Line: Vanderbilt by 9 1/2

Outlook: After losing to nationally ranked powers Louisville and Notre Dame in their past two games, the Midshipmen saw their bowl hopes evaporate. They now have set their sights on closing out the season with three straight wins. Junior QB Jim Kubiak has passed for more than 200 yards in seven straight games and set single-season records for completions (192) and yards (2,096). Four Navy players have more than 20 receptions, led by RB Jason Van Matre with 44 for 287 yards. Vanderbilt is coming off a 12-7 victory over Kentucky, limiting the Wildcats to 220 yards of offense. The Commodores beat the Mids, 27-7, in Annapolis last year. Tony Jackson (477 yards) leads running game. Redshirt freshman Ronnie Gordon, who made first start at quarterback last week, is expected to play today.

ILLINOIS (5-4) at No. 16 PENN STATE (6-2)

Site: Beaver Stadium, University Park, Pa., 3:30 p.m.

TV: Channels 13, 7

Radio: WJEJ (1240 AM)

Series: Penn State leads, 3-1

Line: Penn State by 10

Outlook: Penn State can play the role of Rose Bowl spoiler for the second straight week. The Nittany Lions ended Indiana's four-game winning streak last Saturday with a 38-31 win over the Hoosiers, who dropped to 4-2 in the Big Ten. This week, it is Illinois that has an outside chance at a trip to Pasadena, Calif. The Illini have won four straight games after a 1-4 start and are 5-1 in conference play, a half-game behind first-place Ohio State. Penn State is 3-2 in the Big Ten. A 25-yard touchdown pass from Johnny Johnson to Ty Douthard with 12 seconds left lifted Illinois to a 23-20 win over Minnesota last week. Ki-Jana Carter of Penn State has seven 100-yard rushing games this fall and needs just 3 yards to record the 10th 1,000-yard season in Penn State history.


Site: Minnegan Stadium, 1 p.m.

Radio: WITH (1230 AM), WTMD (89.7 FM)

Outlook: The Tigers continue their Division I-AA playoff drive against a team that has rebounded from a rough first half. The Bison have rebounded from a five-game losing streak by winning their past three. Freshman RB Rich Lemon has rushed for 350 yards and three TDs in his past two games, and junior QB Rob Glus is 3-1 as a starter, having thrown for 1,010 yards, five TDs and four interceptions. The Tigers are coming off a thrilling, 32-30 victory at Delaware and are riding an offense that is averaging 34.5 points. RB Tony Vinson (1,325 yards) has rushed for more than 100 yards in every game this season. WR Mark Orlando is coming off a 10-catch, 160-yard performance against Delaware. DE Rob Stanavitch has 14 sacks, two shy of the school record.

HOWARD (9-0) at MORGAN STATE (2-7)

Site: Hughes Stadium, 1:30 p.m.

Radio: WEAA (88.9 FM)

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