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Men's Tennis
Needs walk-onls
Call asst. coach Mark Mees

SPORTS

Volleyball
vs. Northwood Institute
Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.
IM Building

The Michigan Daily

Friday, September 19, 1986
AROUND THE BIG TEN

Page 10

Tough i
Notre Dame at
Michigan State
Ax Notre Dame travels to a sold-
out Spartan Stadium to face
Michigan State, as both teams try
t> rebound from tough opening
day losses a week ago. The
Fighting Irish were barely
defeated by Michigan, 24-23,
while the Spartans were edged out,
20-17, by Arizona State.
The Spartans hopes rest with
THis man-trophv candidate

tuck Irish look to Green, but see

White

Lorenzo White who was held to
only 61 yards rushing against
ASU.
NOTRE DAME quarterback
Steve Beuerlein who carved up the
Michigan defense throwing for
263 yards on 21 completions.
The Irish are led on defennse
by linebacker Mike Kovaleski
who had a game high 17 tackles
last week.
Saturday's game marks the
twentieth anniversary of the 1966
"Game of the Century" when ND

and MSU, the number-one and -
two ranked teams in the country,
battled to a 1010 tie.
Colorado at
Ohio State
WHAT'S WRONG with
Buckeyes? Ohio State returns
home to Columbus after being
humiliated last week by
Washington, 40-7. The Buckeyes
second consecutive loss marks
the first time in 92 years that they
have dropped their initial two

games of the season.
The Buffaloes of Colorado, led
by former Michigan coach Bill
McCartney, bring a running-
oriented wishbone offense to Ohio,
after last week dropping their
second consecutive loss, 32-30 to
Oregon.
Minnesota at
Oklahoma
The Golden Gophers have the
unenviable task of traveling to
Norman to try to upset the number-

one ranked Sooners.
Minnesota is coming off an
impressive 31-7 victory over
Bowling Green. The Gophers, who
led the Big 10 in rushing last year,
ran for 348 yards last week, paced
by quarterback Ricky Foggie and
freshman running back Darrell
Thompson's 205 yards.
Oklahoma, the defending
national champion, is loaded on
both offense and defense. Seven

starters, led by All-Americab
Brian Bosworth, return to a defense
that was the best in the country last
year. The Sooner's offense center
around fleet-footed quarterbacf-
Jamelle Holloway, who ran for 83
yards in an opening game rom f
over UCLA.
Around the Big Ten was
compiled by Daily sportswriter Bil
Zolla.

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NO. Name Lb
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(74) Mike Husar...............!
(76) Michael Dames..........1
(67) John Vitale...............{
(78) Mark Hammerstein.....I
(72) John Elliott..............{
(80) Jeff Brown............
(40) John Kolesar.............
(4) Jim Harbaugh...........{
(22) Gerald White.............
(23) Jamie Morris.............+
(3) Pat Moons............
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(60) Mark Messner............
(56) Billy Harris..............
(93) Dave Folkertsma........
(29) Tim Schulte..............
(49) Andy Moeller............+
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(17) Ivan Hicks............
(14) Tony Gant............
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Offense
bs. Pos. NO.

Name

(235)
(289)
(258)
(289)
(285)
(306)
(224)
(188)
(207)
(220)
(179)
(165)

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Defense

Lineups
OREGON STATE

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Lbs.

Eric Ory............ (178)
Darrick Brilz...... (282)
Don Gray.......... (265)
Dave Orndorff.... (260)
Dave Giacomelli. (267)
Rocky Emery..... (266)
Phil Ross.......... (205)
Dave Montagne.. (182)
Erik Wilhelm..... (206)
Pat Chaffey....... (210)
Trey Nicholson.. (185)
Marty Breen....... (175)
Phil Alfieri.........(260)
Paul Carberry..... (268)
Rich Haggerty.... (257)
Gino Mingo.....:'(252)
Harold Johnson...(236)
Jeff Schneider..... (227)
Jim Cureton.......(209)
L. Northington... (190)
B. Mendenhall.....(194)
Jamie Norman.... (187)
Teddy Johnson.....(181)
Chip Stempeck... (205)

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(231) OLB
(248) DT
(270) MG
(263) DT
(211) OLB
(222) ILB
(223) ILB
(187) SC
(178) SS
(180) FS
(171) WC
(202) P

(93)
(95)
(90)
(91)
(84)
(47)
(87)
(2)
(13)
(9)
(1)
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