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1974'S SWC CHAMPIONS:

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By ED LANGE
Baylor vs. Michigan. It oncel
was, three or four years ago, J
hell, two years ago, that this
game would've had all the emo-
tional build up of those hor-
rible Navy contests the sched-

defense

Teaff, Baylor pulled one of
the more incredible about-faces
in sports history. In 1974, Bay-
lor won the Southwest Confer-
ence championship, compiling
an 8-3 record overall, went toI
the Cotton Bowl, had two All-

FLASH IN THE PAN teams
are expected in the course of
a season. It's as much a partI
of sport as the perennial pow-
ers. Every year supposedly
I brings that one certain Cinder-
ella team. The hardest part

ule subjected loyal Michigan Americans and Teaff was a con- once you get to the top is stay-
fans to. What has happened at sensus pick at National Foot- ing there.
Baylor the past year is nothing ball coach of the Year and a Baylor has shown no signs of
short of amazing. unanimous SWC Coach of the relinquishing their spot to any-
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pretty good shape, beating Ole
Miss 20-10 and tying Auburn
10-10.
"We've played good solid foot-
ball against two really sound
opponents and we're pretty sat-
isfied with our progress," Teaff
said.
"We've got good experience
on the line, that's the strong-
point of our offense," continued
the young coach, "and they've
done real well."
THE BAYLOR backfield is
all new and features a good
looking runner in tailback
Cleveland Franklin (6-2, 205)
who according to Baylor sports
information director Don Oliv-
er, "runs like a bull with a
bee in his ear."
Regular fullback Pat McNeil
was injuredin the Auburn game
and will be replaced by Mike
Ebow, a 5-9, 205 pound junior.
The quarterback situation
could be troublesome for the
Bears. Mark Jackson will start
but it remains to be seen if he
will be 100 per cent. He was
injured in the Auburn game
and replaced by Charlie Parker.
Parker got hurt in the early'
going against Auburn and Teaff
reluctantly was forced to use
Jackson.
Jackson, at 5-11, 189, is the
better passer of the two and he
has two of the best receivers
around in split end Ricky
Thompson (6-0, 170) and wing-
back Alcy Jackson (6-2, 179).
The Bears' offensive line is
big and experienced. Left tackle
Mike Hughes (6-4, 242) is the
mainstay of the line. Center
Tom Caldwell takes over for

!?ears
is flanked by Rell Tipton on
the left and the massive Jon
Kramer (6-5 241) on the right.
Billy Clements starts at the
other tackle and Sam Harper
is the tight end.
M I C H I G A N' S Bo
Schembechler readily admits
that the game is ."going to be
more of a defensive battle.
We'll both do some hitting."
Teaff is very high on his de-
fense this year. "I'd say we've
improved over last year's de-
fense," said the young mentor.
"The secondary is as a solid
a unit as we've ever had here
at Baylor. One interesting thing
is that all of our front seven
(Baylor employs a 5-2 defense)
at one time or another were
linebackers".
Tackle Wharton Foster (6-0,
235), is being touted- as Bay-
lor's foremost All-American
challenger. Foster is an ex-
tremely strong pass rusher and
has excellent quickness. Nose
guard John Oliver (6-2, 205) and
right tackle Flynn Bucy (6-1,
2430) give Baylor a more than
adequate interior line.
TIM BLACK is their top line-
backer and the hardest hitter
on the team. Roerback Ron
Burns, an Ai-SWC pick last
year, cornerback Gary Green
and safety Ken Quesenberry
are all returnees in the Baylor
secondary. Scooter Reed is the
other cornerback.
Teaff sees the biggest task
the Bears have in front of them
is to stop the Michigan running
game.
"We're going to have to slow
down their offense," explained
Teaff.. "Their offense is very

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the injured Gary Gregory and: consistent.
WELL, IF you dare to match wits with the most astute group
of prognosticators ever assembled in one place, today is your
last chance. Gridde Picks are due tonight at midnight in The
Michigan Daily office, 420 Maynard.
The entries are coming in from all over the world. Why,
even at this moment, rumor has it that Muhammad Ali is having
his picks rushed in from Manila via candygram. Let's just hope
they get here on time.
So therstage is set. Everyone has had their say except you.
Also, lest you think that all you can gain from a winning entry is
the eternal respect, love, and awe of your peers, you couldn't be
more wrong. The winner also gets a free rib dinner from Thomp-
son's Pizza. What have you got to lose?

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1. Baylor at MICHIGANv
(pick score)
2. Penn State at Iowa
3. Utah at Indiana
4. Illinois at Texas A&M
S. N.C. State at Mich. State
6. Oregon at Minnesota
7. Wisconsin at Missouri
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8. Northwestern at Notre Dame
9. North Carolina at Ohio State
10. Purdue at Southern Cal,
11. Maryland at Kentucky
12. Central Mich. at Toledo
13. California at Wash. State
14. Dartmouth at Massachusetts
15. Cincinnati at Louisville
16. Syracuse at Tulane
17. Auburn at Tennessee
18. Texas Tech. at Texas
19. Boston College at West
Virginia
20. DAILY LIBELS vs. Edit
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SGC Needs Students
Elections director; Responsible, enthusiastic
and honest individual to organize all aspects
at the fall SGC elections.
ALSO NEEDED
Assistants to the elections director. Interviews
for these positions will be held Monday and
Tuesday, September 29 and 30.
Need more info? Stop by the SGC of-
fices, ,3rd floor Union to sign up for
interview and to pick up an applica-
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