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Johnson Shut Out, But Sc Wins

Associated Press

Kyle Wachholtz threw two touchdown passes and LaVale Woods ran for two scores as fifth-ranked Southern California defeated host California 26-16 Saturday at Berkeley, but Trojans receiver Keyshawn Johnson had his record streak of 100-yard games snapped.

Johnson, who had at least 100 yards in catches in an NCAA-record 12 straight games, was held to five receptions for 57 yards, his lowest output since the opening game of last season.

Wachholtz had scoring passes of 19 yards to John Allred and 21 yards to Tyler Cashman and Woods ran for touchdowns of 4 and 19 yards as the Trojans (3-0 Pac-10, 5-0) overcame 140 yards in penalties.

California (0-2, 1-4) got a 35-yard scoring pass from Pat Barnes to Iheanyi Uwaezuoke, a 55-yard punt return for a touchdown by Na’il Benjamin and a 39-yard field goal by Ryan Longwell.

The Trojans got 151 yards on 30 carries from Deion Washington.

(5) USC 26, California 16

Southern Cal 0 12 7 7 - 26

California 0 7 3 6 - 16

USCAllred 19 pass from Wachholtz (kick failed) CALUwaezuoke 35 pass from Barnes (Longwell kick) USCCashman 21 pass from Wachholtz (run failed) USCWoods 4 run (Rendon kick) CALFG Longwell 39 USCWoods 19 run (Rendon kick) CALBenjamin 55 punt return (pass failed)

A-49,000.

USC Cal First downs 23 17 Rushes-yards 48-195 23-55 Passing 226 211 Return Yards 58 55 Comp-Att-Int 21-33-0 16-33-2 Punts 6-42 6-41 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 15-145 5-58 Time of Possession 38:34 21:26

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGSouthern Cal, Washington 29-135, Woods 9-62, Otton 4-5, Sermons 1-1, Wachholtz 5-(-8). California, Rutherford 12-40, Uwaezuoke 1-19, Tavake 2-12, T. Smith 2-4, Barnes 6-(-20).

PASSINGSouthern Cal, Otton 14-21-0-160, Wachholtz 7-12-0-66. California, Barnes 16-33-2-211.

RECEIVINGSouthern Cal, Johnson 5-57, Barnum 4-42, Cashman 3-32, Parker 2-23, Woods 2-15, C. Miller 2-10, Allred 1-19, Washington 1-17, McWilliams 1-11. California, Uwaezuoke 5-79, Gonzalez 4-51, Benjamin 3-34, Shaw 2-35, Rutherford 1-9, T. Smith 1-3.

(19) Stanford 30, Arizona St. 28

Eric Abrams kicked three field goals and the Cardinal (2-0, 4-0-1) converted two turnovers into 10 points in a 2:09 span of the second quarter, then held on to beat the Sun Devils (1-3, 2-4) at Tempe, Ariz.

Stanford was projected by many to finish last in the league this year but instead is off to its best start since the 1951 team won its first nine games.

Stanford 7 13 3 7 - 30

Arizona St. 7 7 0 14 - 28

ASUHopkins 2 run (Nycz kick)

Stan-Salina 1 run (Abrams kick)

Stan-Manning 11 run (Abrams kick)

Stan-FG Abrams 39

Stan-FG Abrams 29 ASUMartin 1 run (Nycz kick)

Stan-FG Abrams 20 ASUPoole 39 run (Nycz kick)

Stan-Mitchell 9 run (Abrams kick) ASUMartin 1 run (Nycz kick)

A-41,625

Stan ASU First downs 18 23 Rushes-yards 46-200 53-202 Passing 111 186 Return yards 146 131 Comp-Att-Int 9-18-0 15-25-1 Punts 5-37 5-31 Fumbles-lost 1-0 2-1 Penalties-yards 9-55 8-69 Time of possession 29:55 30:05

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGStanford, Bookman 21-111, Mitchell 15-63, Comella 5-25, Manning 1-11, Salina 1-1, Butterfield 3-(minus 11). Arizona St., Martin 23-98, Hopkins 13-44, Poole 1-39, Wood 3-13, Martin 4-12, Plummer 8-0, Tillman 1- (minus 4).

PASSINGStanford, Butterfield 9-18-0-111. Arizona St., Plummer 15-25-1-186.

RECEIVINGStanford, Clark 3-32, Harris 2-32, Manning 1-19, Mitchell 1-19, Kirwan 1-14, Comella 1-(minus 5). Arizona St., Poole 6-95, Bush 3-39, Martin 3-25, Mustafa 1-14, Boyer 1-10, Wood 1-3.

(17) Oregon 45, Pacific 7

With former coach Rich Brooks watching after the Autzen Stadium field was named in his honor, the 17th-ranked Ducks (4-1) routed Pacific (1-4) at Eugene, Ore., behind the play of Tony Graziani and Ricky Whittle.

Graziani passed for 222 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score. Whittle rushed for 130 yards in 19 carries, including a 13-yard touchdown run.

Pacific 0 0 0 7 - 7

Oregon 14 17 7 7 - 45

Ore - Whittle 13 run (Smith kick)

Ore - Winn 11 run (Smith kick)

Ore - McLemore 46 pass from Graziani (Smith kick)

Ore - FG Smith 34

Ore - Wheaton 71 interception return (Smith kick)

Ore - Graziani 8 run (Smith kick)

Ore - Anderson 27 pass from Perry-Smith (Smith kick)

Pac - Hoffart 9 pass from Leigh (Fleenor kick)

A-38,736

Pac Ore First downs 10 28 Rushes-yards 34-52 46-223 Passing 165 300 Return yards 39 173 Comp-Att-Int 13-35-1 18-30-0 Punts 8-34 2-46 Fumbles-lost 4-2 3-0 Penalties-yards 8-50 12-97 Time of possession 27:42 32:18

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGPacific, Abdullah 20-48, Leigh 4-6, Blakney 1-4, Fotheringham 2-0, Sellers 7-(minus 6). Oregon, Whittle 19-130, Parker 13-50, Graziani 5-17, Winn 4-22, Crump 3-4, P. Malepeai 2-0.

PASSINGPacific, Leigh 6-13-0-113, Sellers 6-19-1-52, Fotheringham 1-3-0-0. Oregon, Graziani 15-23-0-222, Perry-Smith 2-5-0-74, Maas 1-2-0-4.

RECEIVINGPacific, Abdullah 3-55, Atkins 3-15, Weston 2-45, Morales 2-36, Hoffart 1-9, Watney 1-3, Blakney 1-2. Oregon, Whittle 6-36, Wilcox 5-81, McLemore 2-95, Johnson 2-53, Anderson 1-27, Hodge 1-4, Wallace 1-4.

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