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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 29, 1983,
SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y
Two 'M' wrestlers placef

Special to the Daily
from staff reports
MADISON - Michigan 167-pound
wrestler Scott Rechsteiner placed
second at the Northern Open last
weekend, and teammate Joe McFarland
finished fourth in the 126-pound weight
class against some of the nation's top
competition.
The tournament, which did not use
team scoring, was made up of 15
schools, including nationally -ranked

Iowa, Iowa State, Oklahoma,
Oklahoma State and Wisconsin.
RECHSTEINER lost a major
decision, 13-4, to Minnesota's Mike Foy
in the final match. McFarland, who
has been the top-rated 126-pounder in
the country for much of the season, lost
a semi-final match to Iowa State's
Kevin Darkus, 3-1. Darkus, who defeated
McFarland two years ago in the NCAA
tournament, went on to win the
weekend competition.

After losing that match, McFarland
was upset by Northern Iowa's Randy
Majors, 12-3, in the consolation match
which dropped him to fourth place.
"There are only two things that
count, the Big Ten tournament and the
NCAA tournament at the end of the
year," said Michigan coach Dale
Bahr. "Everything up until then is
preparations. My biggest concern is
coming back next Wednesday when we
wrestle Penn State (rated sixth
nationally)."

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season ranked third in the nation if they
defeat Alabama this Saturday. The
SEC championship is Auburn's first in
26 years.
PRIOR TO COMING to Auburn, Dye
coached' at East Carolina and
Wyoming. His overall record is 77-33-1.
Since coming to Auburn in 1981, he has
a 23-10 record, including a 9-1 slate this
year.
"This is truly a great honor," Dye
said, "but it is not a great honor for me
alone. It is an honor and a tribute to our
coaching staff and to our football team.
Any award I accept, I accept on their
behalf. Whatever success any coach
has is the result of a lot of hard work by
a lot of people."
Dye's 1983 Auburn team has compiled
its 9-1 record against what is generally
considered to be the toughest schedule
in the country. The Tigers have played
seven bowl teams, five teams in the Top
10 and seven in the Top 20. Those
statistics do not include the December 3
game with Alabama, or the Sugar Bowl
game with the Wolverines.
"Coach Dye represents all of the
qualities a great coach has to have,"
said Turner Broadcasting spokesman
Bob Neal. "Not only does he have the
skill to prepare a team every week, but
in Coach Dye's case, he has the skill to
prepare it to play the toughest teams in
the country every week."

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Rechsteiner
... finishes second

Coming through
Miami quarterback Dan Marino tries to elude Cincinnati's Jim LeClair (55)
as he follows a block by Andra Franklin (37) in last night's NFL game in
Miami.

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Auburn coach gets award
Special to the Daily
AUBURN,Ala. - Auburn University
football coach Pat Dye has been named
National Coach of the Year by
Chevrolet and the Turner Broadcasting
System.
In just his third year as Auburn
coach, Dye led the Tigers to a Southeast
Conference title and a Sugar Bowl berth'
opposite Michigan on January 2.
The Tigers will finish the regular

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Huskers still on top
(AP) - Top-ranked Nebraska con- Illinois and Miami have completed 10-1
tinued to rule the college football world regular seasons.
yesterday, but the Cornhuskers lost a
little ground to runner-up Texas in the
next-to-last regular season Associated A
Press poll. Top wen
Nebraska received 52 of 55 first
place votes and 1,097 of a possible 1,100
points from a nationwide panel of spor- 1. Nebraska (52) (12-0)...........1,097
ts writers and sportscasters following 2. Texas (3) (11-0) ...............1,048
Saturday's 28-21 victory over 3. Auburn (9-1) ....................973
Oklahoma. 4. Illinois (10-1) ....................910
MEANWHILE, Texas crushed Texas- 5. Miami, Fla. (10-1) ..............885
A & M 45-13 and received three first 6. So. Methodist (10-1) .............824
place votes and 1,048 points. The 7. Georgia (9-1-1)..................732
Longhorns have been second for 11 con- 8. MICHIGAN (9-2).............694
secutive weeks. 9. Brigham Young (10-1)...........649
Last week, with 59 voters par- 10. Iowa (9-2) ....................586
ticipating, Nebraska led Texas 58-1 in 11. Clemson (9-1-1)..............586
first place'ballots and 1,179-1,118 in 12. Florida (7-2-1) ..................521
points. Nebraska, 12-0, and Texas, 11-0, 13. Boston College (9-2)..........425
finished the regular season as the only 14. Ohio State (8-3) .................386
unbeaten-untied major-college teams 15. Pittsburgh (8-2-1)............289
in the country. 16. Maryland (8-3) .................223
Auburn, Illinois and Miami held onto 17. Air Force (8-2) ................149
the 3-4-5 positions with 937, 910 and 885 18. West Virginia (8-3) ....... ....146
points, respectively. Auburn, 9-1, winds 19. Alabama (7-3) ................ ..126
up Saturday against Alabama, while 20. East Carolina (8-3) ..............93

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