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Michigan (6-5)
MICHIGAN 22, MIAMI (FLA) 14 - The amazing Wolverine defense intercepts
cover-boy Bernie Kosar six times and Michigan stuns the number-one ranked
defending national champs. Fullback Bob Perryman scores three touchdowns as
Michigan vaults to number two in the UPI poll.
WASHINGTON 20, MICHIGAN 11- Bob Bergeron's 52-yard field goal is the only
Blue highlight in this one. The Husky defense shuts the Wolverines down cold.
MICHIGAN 20, WISCONSIN 14 - The Badgers dominate the game, but six fum-
bles give the Wolverines the victory. Wisconsin's Larry Emery gains 185 yards on
the ground.
MICHIGAN 14, INDIANA 6 - The Wolverines drive up and down the field all
day, but can only stick it in the endzone twice. Moral victory for the Hoosiers.
MICHIGAN STATE 19, MICHIGAN 7 - The Wolverines were poised to surge in-
to the lead when Jim Harbaugh broke his arm and the offense did nothing for the
rest of the game.
MICHIGAN 31, NORTHWESTERN 0 - Russell Rein makes the start and per-
forms solidly in this Blue blowout. Rick Rogers rushes for a career-high 139 yards.
IOWA 26, MICHIGAN 0 - The Wolverines trailed only 12-0 late in the third quarter
when Devon Mitchell intercepted a pass in the endzone and chugged 75 yards in the other
direction. End of game.
MICHIGAN 26, ILLINOIS 18 - Jumping Jack Trudeau throws three intercep-
tions to enable the Wolverines, behind Chris Zurbrugg's option offense, to avenge
last year's loss.
PURDUE 31, MICHIGAN 29 - The Boilers slice through the Wolverine defense
like a knife through hot water in the first half and lead 24-0. Zurbrugg sets all-time
school passing record with 259 yards.
MICHIGAN 31, MINNESOTA 7-- Vince Bean throws a 67-yard touchdown pass
to Paul Jokisch to make the whole season worthwhile.
OHIO STATE 21, MICHIGAN 6-- The Wolverines dominate the Bucks, but can't
find the endzone and OSU heads to the Rose Bowl.

BYU (12-0)
BRIGHAM YOUNG 20, PITTSBURGH 14-In Robbie Bosco's first start ever, the
Cougars dropped the then number-three ranked Panthers.'Bosco had a pass inter-
cepted and returned for a touchdown, but recovered to toss a 50-yard TD pass to
Adam Haysbert late in the fourth quarter for the win.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 47, BAYLOR 13-Bosco threw six touchdown passes in this
blowout of the Bears. After Michigan defeated Miami earlier in the day, the
Cougars took over the nation's longest winning streak at 13.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 38, TULSA 15-Tulsa got off to an early lead behind its wish-
bone offense. But Vai Sikahema reeled off a punt return of 89 yards and a kick
return of 65 to spark the Cougars.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 18, HAWAII 13-BYU stopped the Rainbows on three goal-line
stands but ran into trouble when Hawaii blocked a punt and recovered at the 16
with a minute left. A short run and three incompletions, however, ended the threat.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 52, COLORADO STATE 9-Halfback Kelly Smith scored three
touchdowns, one on a 40-yard jaunt, to lead this trounce.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 41, WYOMING 38-The Cougars gave their worst defensive ef-
fort of the year, but Lakei Heimuli's 141 yards rushing pulled it out.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 30, AIR FORCE 25-Bosco exploded for 484 yards through the
air while tight end David Mills hauled in 10 passes. But Kyle Morrell had to save
the game by stopping an Air Force flea flicker.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 48, NEW MEXICO 0-The BYU reserves saw a lot of action in
this Thursday night affair. Sikahema scored on a 47-yard punt return.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 42, UTEP 9-Linebacker Kurt Gouveia makes 11 tackles and
intercepts a pitch in the UTEP backfield as BYU clinches the Holiday Bowl berth.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 34, SAN DIEGO STATE 3-The Cougars ran their favorite
trick play in this one. Backup QB Blaine Fowler lined up as a running back and
threw an option pass for 30 yards.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 24, UTAH 14-Despite five turnovers, BYU beats the Utes and
is ranked number one in the wire service polls for the first time ever.
BRIGHAM YOUNG 38, UTAH STATE 13-The largest crowd ever to watch a spor-
ting event in the state of Utah-65,508-watch the two teams throw 108 passes.

Or ange
January 1, Miami

January 1, New Orleans

After watching its hopes of having
No. 1 Nebraska take on No. 2 South
Carolina for the national championship
go down the drain when both lost, the
Orange Bowl has been "forced" to set-
tle for another potential championship
matchup - No. 2 Oklahoma against No.
4 Washington.
The battle in this game will come
down to the Sooners' potent wishbone
offense against the Huskies' stingy
defense. Oklahoma is led by option
quarterback Danny Bradley, who
rushed for 552 yards on 143 carries and
passed for 971 on 68-for-130 accuracy.

Out on the backfield, freshman Lydell
Carr leads the Sooners with 630 yards.
Washington's defense, which allowed
only 11.6 points per game this year, is
led by Kodak All-American lineman
Ron Holmes. Holmes had 117 tackles
(12 for a loss), forced four fumbles and
deflected eight passes.
When Washington has the ball, quar-
terback Paul Sicuro will be at the helm.
Sicuro took over two-thirds of the way
through the season, and since then has
completed 52 of 96 passes for 594 yards
and only two interceptions. Leading
rusher Jacque Robinson has gained 901
yards from his tailback position.
- BRAD MORGAN

Auburn moved neatly into position for
the field goal that would send the
Tigers to the Sugar Bowl. But coach
Pat Dye sent. running back Brent
Fullwood around end instead on fourth-
and-goal against Alabama Saturday, so
the Tigers from LSU will go to New
Orleans to meet Nebraska on New
Year's Day.
LSU (8-2-1) won the SEC bowl berth
since Florida, which had the conferen-
ce's best record, was barred from bowl
competition.
These Tigers (LSU) are led by run-
ning back Dalton Hilliard, seventh in
the nation in rushing with 115 yards per
game. The head coach is Bill Ar-
nsberger, recently the defensive coor-
dinator of the Miami Dolphins. LSU
has allowed just 18 points a game.
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Wouldn't it be great
if you had a
University Cellar
on campus?
You already do.
Welcome to
the Official Student Bookstore
of the University of Michigan.
JUSTAROUND THE CORNER
university
cellar
341 East Liberty, at Division St.
North Campus Commons.

Peach December 31,
Scoring points should be the name
of the game when Purdue (7-4) and
Virginia (7-2-2) square off in Atlanta
for this year's Peach Bowl.
Both teams sport powerful offen-
ses, capable of racking up points
both on the ground and in the air.
And both also have weaknesses on
defense that could be exploited.
Purdue quarterback Jim Everett,
who completed 187 of 326 passes for
2450 yards this year and led the Big
Ten in total offense, should have a
good day for the Boilermakers if he
can hit his favorite target, wide

Atlanta
receiver Steve Griffin (48 catches,
for 810 yards and four touchdowns).
Virginia, meanwhile, should pose
a mixed offensive threat against
Purdue, which finished seventh in
the Big Ten on defense, giving up
23.0 points and 396 yards per game.
Sophomore quarterback Don
Majkowski connected on 83 passes
for 1235 yards for the Cavaliers this
season, while tailbacks Howard Pet-
ty and Berry Word combined for
over 1400 yards rushing.
-JOE EWING

Sun December 22, El Paso
This year's edition of the Sun Bowl
features a rematch of last year's
Florida Citrus Bowl. The Maryland
Terrapins will be will be trying to
avenge last year's 30-23 loss to the
Volunteers of Tennessee.
Tennessee coach Johnny Majors'
squad is 6-3-1 with one game
remaining. The Vols are making
their fourth-straight bowl game ap-
pearance. Their offense is led by
running back Johnnie Jones who
averages 117 yards per game. The
61 percent completion rate of quar-
terback Tony Robinson rounds out

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A lo h a December 29, Honolulu

Lieber D rDecember 27, Memphi

"Wake up the echos, shake down
the thunder" for old Notre Dame for
they're back in the game.
Behind a 7-4 record and head
coach Gerry Faust, who is
welcomed by the student body with
chants of "Oust Faust", the Fighting
Irish of Notre Dame will prepare to
do battle against Southern Methodist
in the Aloha Bowl.
SMU, 9-2 on the year and co-
champions of the Southwestern Con-
ference under coach Bobby Collins,
has never played in the Aloha Bowl
or opposed Notre Dame in a post-

season game.
The Mustangs, led by junior quar-
terback Don King and tailbacks
Reggie Dupard and Jeff Atkins, are
the winningest college football team
since 1981 and have a previous bowl
record of 4-4-1.
The Irish will be paced by a strong
offensive running game with quar-
terback Steve Beuerlein and run-
ningback Allen Pinkett. Pinkett, a
junior, finished regular season play
with a total of 1,105 yards on 275
carries for 4.0 average.
--DEBRA de FRANCES

As a result of losing to Alabama,
17-15, last Saturday, Auburn finds it-
self in the Liberty Bowl in Memphis
against Arkansas. Not exactly what
Tiger coach Pat Dye had in mind for
a Christmas gift.
But Arkansas has reason to be
grateful. Picked to finish below .500,
the Hogs, under new coach Frank
Hatfield, went 7-3-1 mainly because
of a small but manic defense. With a
defensive line that averaged around
230 pounds, Arkansas was seventh in
the nation in defense. The Razor-
backs did not allow a touchdown in

19 quarters
season.
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Daily Photo by CAROL L. FRANCAVILLA
The Legend ponders his next move in an early-season game. Despite the 6-5
record this year, Schembechler's 16-year Wolverine mark is a sterling 146-
36-5.

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Freedom
Even Dr. Jekyll and Mr.Hyde
would have been boggled at the
seasons both Texas and Iowa have
had in 1984. Look at this tangle of
cowhide.
Number 13 Texas (7-3-1), un-
defeated in its first seven games,
dropped three of its last four. The
Longhorns went into their last
regular season confrontation
needing a victory over Texas A&M,
plus a Houston loss, to sneak into the
Cotton Bowl. But while Houston was
winning, Texas A&M was corralling
Texas 37-12 and the loss put the
Longhorns in the Freedom Bowl.

December 26, Anaheim
Unranked Iowa (7-4-1) dominated
the Big Ten until the waning weeks
of the season when tailback Ronnie
Harmon and quarterback Chuck
Long were sidelined with injuries.
Lossesto MichigandState and Min-
nesota crushed the Hawkeyes hopes
for a Rose Bowl berth.
Hayden Fry's Hawkeyes have a
solid defense anchored by All-Big
Ten standouts Larry Station, Paul
Hufford, and Mike Stoops, an offense
triggered by a now healthy Chuck
Long and running back Owen Gill,
and a solid kicking game keyed by
Tom Nichol. -ANDREW J. ARVIDSON

Cai*fornia-
Toledo Rocket fans are getting
another taste of post-season bowl by
excitement As their team makes its nee
second appearance in four years to the
the California Bowl. The Rockets (8- of
1-1) will meet Nevada-Las Vegas (9- 196.
1), champions of the PCAA. cori,
The Rockets made their last ap- lea
pearance in Fresno in 1981 when U
they defeated San Jose State 27-25 on bas
a last-minute field goal. This year, firs
Toledo makes the trip west with a gai
different coach-Dan Simrell, who is Ha
a strong candidate for Mid- hav
America Conference Coach-of-the- Ca
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