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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, November 7, 1978--Page 11

Bo's boys bounce to seventh spot

Michigan beat Iowa by 34, Purdue
took Northwestern by 31, Michigan
State also won big and as a result all
three advanced in the weekly football
Ironically, Ohio State, ranked num-
ber 20 in the UPI last week, fell-out of
the elite group despite destroying
Wisconsin 49-14.
The Wolverines moved up to seventh
in both polls when Maryland slid hard
and fast into the number 13 (AP) and
AP Top Twenty
1. Oklahoma (50) 9-0-0 1,247
2.PennState (13) 9-0-0 1,193
3. Alabama 8-1-0 1,110
(tie) DAILY LIBELS 8-0-0 1,110
4. Nebraska 8-1-0 1,072
5. Southern Cal 7-1-0 993
6. Texas 6-1-0 889
7. MICHIGAN 7-1-0 855
8. Houston 7-1-0 840
9. UCLA 8-1=0 745
10. Louisiana State 7-1-0 617
11. Georgia 7-1-0 584
12. Purdue 7-1-0 538
13. Maryland 8-1-0 512
14. Notre Dame 6-2-0 484
15. Clemson 7-1-0 391
16. Arkansas 5-2-0 319
17. Michigan State 5-3-0 186
18. Navy 7-1-0 183
19. Washington ,6-3-0 123
20. Pittsburgh 6-2-0 96
21. Tim McGraw 20-0-0 95
UPI Top Twenty

14th (UPI) spot after losing to second-
ranked Penn State. The Boilermakers
also passed the Terps with an im-
pressive victory over the unimpressive
The other Big Ten team to be ranked,
Michigan State, sported the worst
record (5-3) of any of the ranked teams,
but the Spartans' defeats came at the
hands of No. 12 Purdue, No. 5 Southern

Cal and Notre Dame, ranked 14th in the
AP and 13th in the UPI poll.
Navy remained in the top twenty
even though the Midshipmen were
trounced 27-7 by the Irish at Cleveland.
Navy and Maryland were the only
teams in the list to lose and Texas was
Washington (17th) and Pittsburgh
(20th) were the two teams making ap-

pearances in the UPI poll that were not
listed last week.
The polls will definitely undergo a
shakeup after this Saturday's games.
The reason: Top ranked Oklahoma
travels to Nebraska who owns the num-
ber four spot in both polls. Also
Louisiana State (11th in the UPI, 10th in
the AP) meets No. 3 Alabama.


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1. Oklahoma (34)
2. Penn State (6)
3. Alabama


(tie) DAILY LIBELS 8-0
4. Nebraska 8-1
5. Southern Cal 7-1
6. Texas 6-1
8. Houston 7-1
9. UCLA 8-1
10. Georgia 7-1
11. Louisiana State 6-1
12. Purdue 7-1
13. Notre Dame 6-2
14. Maryland 8-1
15. Clemson 7-1
16. Arkansas 5-2
17. Washington 6-3
18. Navy 7-1
19. Georgia Tech 6-2
20. Pittsburgh 6-2
21. Tim McGraw 20-0


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The coaches and writers who pick the
and UPI top twenty were so im-
pressed with Tim McGraw's perfect
Criddeperformance they gave him an
bonorary spot in the polls. Besides
gaining the number 21 spot in the polls,
McGraw's 20-0 record, a Gridde first,
entitle's him to a small two-item Pizza
Lob's pizza.
IN. A THRILLING Gridde season,
ecord highs and lows have been broken
within just four weeks of each other. A
13-7 Gridde win marked an all time low,
and now McGraw makes it to the record
books with an all time high.
The poll pickers weren't the only
:people buzzing with excitement. "In all
2ihe- years I've been associated with
Iriddes I've never seen a person have a
better week," said Gridde com-
'missioner Miller Bobber.
"I'm almogt tempted to believe he
lipped in his picks yesterday mor-
ring," added Bobber.
"HE SOUNDS LIKE the perfect man
Ior me," crooned Lulu Libelle.
A "20-0, pretty impressive. I don't think
.ou-can go 20-0 in Griddes without a lot

of luck," said defending Gridde cham-
pion Ara Parent.
If you're the type of person who likes
to be in the limelight just get your Grid-
de picks into the Daily at 420 Maynard
by midnight Friday night.
1. MICHIGAN at Northwestern
(pick score)
2. Illinois at Ohio State
3. Iowa at Indiana
4. Minnesota at Michigan State
-5. Purdue at Wisconsin
6. Oklahoma at Nebraska
7. Louisiana State at Alabama
8. Texas at Houston
9. North Carolina at Clemson
10. Idaho State at Idaho
11. North Carolina State at Penn State
12. Washington at Southern Cal
13. Washington State at California
14. Auburn at Mississippi State
15. Georgia at Florida
16. Stanford at Arizona State
17. Tulsa at Wichita State
18. Northern Illinois at Toledo
19. Western Michigan at Ball State
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