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November 12, 1989 | From Associated Press
North Carolina State's Shane Montgomery threw everything he had at Duke, attempting an NCAA-record 73 passes, but the No. 22-ranked Wolfpack lost to Duke, 35-26, Saturday. The former record was 71 passes, set by Sandy Schwabe of Northwestern in 1982. Montgomery completed 37 for 535 yards and a touchdown. Duke's Clarkston Hines caught two of Dave Brown's four touchdown passes to tie an NCAA career record of 35 touchdown receptions. Terance Mathis of New Mexico also has 35 touchdown catches.
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November 12, 1989 | From Associated Press
North Carolina State's Shane Montgomery threw everything he had at Duke, attempting an NCAA-record 73 passes, but the No. 22-ranked Wolfpack lost to Duke, 35-26, Saturday. The former record was 71 passes, set by Sandy Schwabe of Northwestern in 1982. Montgomery completed 37 for 535 yards and a touchdown. Duke's Clarkston Hines caught two of Dave Brown's four touchdown passes to tie an NCAA career record of 35 touchdown receptions. Terance Mathis of New Mexico also has 35 touchdown catches.
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October 23, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
For the third year in a row, North Carolina State spoiled Clemson's perfect Atlantic Coast Conference record. But Saturday's 10-3 victory over the 9th-ranked Tigers was the sweetest, according to N.C. State quarterback Shane Montgomery. "This is by far the biggest win we've had over them," said Montgomery, who sparked the Wolfpack offense after he entered the game in the second quarter, hitting 12 of 22 passes for 116 yards.
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January 5, 2005
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November 19, 1995 | From Associated Press
Quarterbacks Terry Harvey and Rusty LaRue dueled Saturday, LaRue throwing for an Atlantic Coast Conference-record 545 yards but Harvey tossing five touchdowns as North Carolina State routed Wake Forest, 52-23. Harvey completed 19 of 22 passes for 326 yards and no interceptions, connecting for two touchdowns apiece with Wolfpack receivers Jimmy Grissett and Mike Guffie. N.C.
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November 5, 1989 | From Associated Press
The star quarterbacks flopped and the statistics lied. Otherwise, it was just an ordinary upset as No. 24 Virginia beat No. 18 North Carolina State, 20-9, Saturday at Raleigh, N.C. The victory enabled Virginia to take over first place in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The high-powered Cavaliers lost almost every offensive category but the final score. The Wolfpack ran 79 plays to Virginia's 49, and had 26 first downs to the Cavaliers' 13. N.C. State also held the ball for more than 36 minutes.
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October 7, 1989 | JEFF RILEY, Special to The Times
Santa Maria High football Coach Barney Eames joked that traveling to Chaminade for a game was like playing at Notre Dame with the Pope in attendance. Well, he might have run into something more powerful in Chaminade's running tandem of Colin Havert and Felix Goodson. Havert rushed for 185 yards in 22 carries and scored three touchdowns, and Goodson accounted for 195 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns as Chaminade rolled to a 42-23 win.
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November 5, 1989 | From Associated Press
When Brigham Young fell three touchdowns behind Oregon, Ty Detmer heard a voice. It reminded him about BYU's 56-14 loss at Hawaii a week earlier. "When I heard someone say 'Hawaii, here we go again,' that made me mad," Detmer said. BYU then scored 24 fourth-quarter points as the No. 23 Cougars rallied for a 45-41 nonconference victory Saturday. Detmer passed for 470 yards and three touchdowns to Jeff Frandsen, including a 15-yard game-winner with 1:01 left.
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September 6, 2009 | Mike Hiserman
Lane Kiffin, Steve Sarkisian and DeWayne Walker, three former USC assistants -- one of whom was also a UCLA coordinator -- were among the 22 Division I-A head coaches who made their game debuts in their new jobs this week. A look at who they are, whom they replaced, and how they fared: SCHOOL Coach/replaced; result ARMY Rich Ellerson/Stan Brock; def. Eastern Michigan, 27-14 AUBURN Gene Chizik/Tommy Tuberville; def. Louisiana Tech, 37-13 BALL STATE Stan Parrish/Brady Hoke; lost to North Texas, 20-10 BOSTON COLLEGE Frank Spaziani/Jeff Jagodzinski; def. Northeastern, 54-0 BOWLING GREEN Dave Clawson/Gregg Bandon; def. Troy, 31-14 CLEMSON Dabo Swinney/Tommy Bowden; def. Middle Tennessee State, 37-14 EASTERN MICHIGAN Ron English/Jeff Genyk; lost to Army, 27-14 IOWA STATE Paul Rhoads/Gene Chizik; def. North Dakota State, 34-17 KANSAS STATE Bill Snyder/Ron Prince; def. Massachusetts, 21-17 MIAMI (OHIO)
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January 1, 1989 | Associated Press
A steady rain and soggy field turned the 21st Peach Bowl into a game of mistakes. Fortunately for North Carolina State, Iowa made its errors first. Tyrone Jackson ran for a pair of touchdowns as North Carolina State struck for 3 quick second-period scores to take a 28-3 halftime lead, then held off the Hawkeyes, 28-23, Saturday despite a bowl-record 428-yard passing performance by Iowa quarterback Chuck Hartlieb. Both teams turned the ball over 7 times.
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December 29, 2004 | From Associated Press
Iowa State returned to its foundation to finally get the Big 12 Conference a victory in the Independence Bowl. Stevie Hicks and quarterback Bret Meyer each went for more than 100 yards in a revived running game that carried Iowa State to a 17-13 victory over Miami of Ohio on Tuesday night. After building its program under Coach Dan McCarney around running the ball, Iowa State struggled in that area much of the season.
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