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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 22, 1986

GRIDDE PICKS

Harriers

Anne Dudley ran away with
last weekend's Griddes, turning
in a 17-2-1 record. She literally
wiped out the competition in her
first career Griddes triumph.
To win a free small, one-item
pizza from Pizza Bob's this week,
turn in your picks of the following
games before midnight Friday.
L Florida State at MICHIGAN
(pick total points)
2. Western Michigan at Michigan
State
3.Utah at Ohio State
4. Purdue at Notre Dame
5. Texas-El Paso at Iowa

6. Indiana at Missouri
7. Pacific at Minnesota
8. Wyoming at Wisconsin
9. Northwestern at Princeton
10. Oklahoma at Miami, Fla.
1L E. Carolina at Penn State
12. Oregon at Nebraska
13. Washington at USC
14. Baylor at Texas Tech
15. Tennessee at Auburn
16. Temple at Brigham Young
17. Florida at Mississippi State
18. Georgia at S. Carolina
19. Denison at Olivet
20. Defensive holes at DAILY
LIBELS

By GREG MOLZON
Women's cross county coach
Sue Parks may be looking to
change her title from coach to
doctor after she took her injury-
riddled team to the Kentucky
Invitational this past weekend.
The team managed to limp out of
Lexington with a third-place
finish out of seven teams.
The Wolverines were without
the services of two of their best
runners, co-captains Kelli Bert
and Melissa Thompson.

THE INVITATIOT
won by Kentucky, the h
with 33 points. The
were fourth in the NC
year and are one of the fa
win the championshipt
Big Ten rival Indiana
second with 54 poi
Michigan came in next w
Although Parks had
challenge Indiana fo
place, she wass
nevertheless.
"Considering our line

limp to
NAL was pleased how we placed," she said.
ost school, "I feel that we can run with
Wildcats Indiana if we can get everybody
AA's last back healthy by the end of the
avorites to season."
this year. Tracy Babcock was the team's
came in top finisher, coming in 18th place.
nts and She was followed by Cheri Sly in
ith 110. 21st, Ava Udvadia in 25th, Debbie
hoped to Palmer in 26th, and Mindy
r second Rowand in 30th.
satisfied Parks will need everyone back
for the Wolverines to be
eup, I was competitive, but the injuries give
her a good chance to give
ibideM freshmen and sophomores some
am"e experience.
Having to rely on the young
and inexperienced runners may
% r'(C hamper the team now, but in the

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long run, Park's squad should be
much stronger and deeper for the
Big Ten season.

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Lions fumble game

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to Tampa
PONTIAC (AP) - Nathan
Wonsley had touchdown runs of 22
and 55 yards as the Tampa Bay
Bucs took advantage of five Detroit
Lions' turnovers for a 24-20 victory
over the Lions before the smallest
crowd ever to see an NFL game in
the Silverdome.
The victory was the Bucs' first of
the season and first on the road*
since beating Minnesota on Nov. 6,
1983, snapping a19-game streak.
WONSLEY, a rookie free agent
starting in place of the injured
James Wilder, rushed 18 times for

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24-20
18yards.
The Bucs,1-2, scored 14 points in
the second quarter and 10 in the
third. The Lions, who scored 14
points in the fourth quarter, also
are 1-2.
The Bucs' defense was led by
Ivory Sully, who recovered two
fumbles and forced another.
Tampa Bay also intercepted two
Eric Hipple passes and registered
three quarterback sacks.
WONSLEY'S 22-yard run 14
seconds into the second quarter
gave the Bucs a 7-0 lead and his 55-
yard run at 10:24 of the third
quarter put the Bucs up 24-6.
Tampa Bay quarterback Steve
Young, getting his first start of the
season after Steve DeBerg was
benched, scored on a 9-yard rvn at
4:05 of the second quarter.
Donald Igwebuike kicked a 33-
yard field goal to round out the
Bucs' scoring.

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Blue 'D'
can't match
last year
(Continued from Page 9)
not on the inside."
Harris' words leaves one
wondering about Michigan's
fortitude. If the Wolverines had
trouble stopping Oregon State,
what will happen against
nationally-ranked Florida State?
What will happen against a
contingent of upset-hungry Big 10
teams?
Time clearly is not in
Michigan's favor. As Harris put
it, "We have a long way to go in a
very, very short time." And with
Steve Thibert, Carlitos Bostic,
Doug Mallory, and Mike
Reinhold sidelined by injuries,
depth isn't a Wolverine strong
point either.
Still, this isn't the dark side of
the moon. A win is a win, and a
allowing 12 points is no reason to
sell the plantation.
One Wolverine, in case you
didn't notice, shined in his first
starting as-signment. Inside
linebacker John Willingham,
filling in for Carlitos Bostic,
recorded what was perhaps
Michigan's biggest defensive
play' - a blind-side sack that
forced a fumble.
Willingham, not
surprisingly, ignited the crowd
with his sack in that shadowy
third period. Mike Hammerstein
was probably watching at the
time, but his spirit will not always
be around.

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