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vs. Western Michigan.
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena


Men's Basketball
vs. Iowa
Wednesday, 8:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily

Monday, February 1, 1988

Page 9


are Super

Denver relives last year's nightmare

Williams, Timmy Smith and Ricky
Sanders ripped apart the Denver
defense with a record 35-point, 356-
yard second quarter as t h e
Washington Redskins won the Super
Bowl by routing the Denver
Broncos, 42-10, and shutting down
John Elway.
Williams passed for four
touchdowns in the second quarter, as
the Redskins surged to a 35-10
halftime lead over the Broncos.
Williams, who hyperflexed his
left knee late in the first quarter,
returned to hit Ricky Sanders with
80- and 50-yard touchdown passes,
found Gary Clark for 27 yards and
Clint Didier for an 8-yarder. His four
touchdown passes tied Terry
Bradshaw's record for Pittsburgh
against Dallas in 1979. Williams
had 306 yards passing in the half.
Smith, a surprise starter for
George Rogers, rushed for 131 yards
in the first half, five more than he
had in the entire regular season. He

finished with 204 yards in 22 carries,
including his first two pro
touchdowns. That broke Marcus
Allen's record of 191, set in the Los
Angeles Raiders' rout of the
Redskins in 1984.
Sanders had 131 yards in the first
half and finished with a record 193
yards and nine receptions.
Denver's innovative offense
struck for five big plays in the first
quarter, including the quickest
touchdown in Super Bowl history,
for a 10-0 lead. Elway hit rookie
Ricky Nattiel for a 56-yard score
with 1:57 gone, breaking Dallas'
record set in 1976 when Drew
Pearson took a 29-yard TD pass
from Roger Staubach with 4:36
Rich Karlis added a 24-yard field
goal, but that was it for Denver.
The win was the Redskins'
second Super Bowl victory in five
years and gave the NFC its fourth
straight lopsided victory in the
NFL's championship game. And it

was an eerie reprise for the Broncos,
whose coach, Dan Reeves, said they
were haunted by their 39-20 loss to
the New York Giants in last year's

game. Denver
halftime, then
yards to two

led that contest at
was outgained 200
over the next 30

Dolly Photo by JOHN MUNSON
Michigan's Joe Lockwood looks to block the shot of Michigan State's Brad
Hamilton on Friday.
Strong third perio s

-Associated Press

(contnued fr
the jump from medi(
"You have to rea
gan is high right no
ing well," said Spa
Ron Mason. "It wasr
playing chopped live
"They're very go
The two-game
only the second confl
Michigan this seasoi
Saturday night's gam
son still hadn't realiz
win. When asked
} greatest moment in
coaching caree
replied, "Well, I gue
Michigan came
Saturday night, bu
play of goalie Warne
the Wolverines out o
battle back from a 3
second period when
in a rebound off a
with 12:22 gone in t
only 1:41 remaining
senior Billy Pow(
Deasley from the ba
give the Wolverine
send them to the loc
goal behind.
"After the first p
we hadn't played
thought we were lu
two goals behind," s2
"Everyone just pick(
needed was one goa
The new found co
over into the third f
gan launched a firs
With just 5:58 gone
nod, captain Todd B
game with a five-c
play goal.
"Todd Bros( nev
Berenson. "He's a 1

Michigan State
n Page1) heart of this team."
ocrity to respect Forty seconds later McCaughey
dropped in the game-winner and after
Mize that Michi- Ryan Pardowski added the insurance
)w. They're go- goal, Michigan only needed to
rtan head coach tighten up on defense and enjoy the
n't as if we were long-awaited feeling of a sweep over
r. Michigan State.
od. They're for "This is like nothing I've ever
felt here at Michigan," said Mc-
victory marked Caughey. "We thought we were the
erence sweep for betterteam and we thought we could
n. Minutes after do it if we stuck to our game plan."
e ended, Beren- FRIDAY NIGHT posed a
ed the impact of similar scenario as Sharples and the
if this was the seniors carried most of the load.
n his Michigan After a scoreless and hard-fought
r, Rerenson first period, the Spartans were the
ss it is." first to strike, but the damage would
out sluggishly have been much worse if Sharples
t the sparkling hadn't stopped several point-blank
n Sharples kept shots.
f an inescapable "Sharples was the difference
tonight," said senior Joe Lockwood.
nally began to "He was amazing."
-0 deficit in the In an uncharacteristic fashion,
Rob Brown fired Michigan then dominated the final
Don Stone shot period. Lockwood slid in a shot in
he period. With front of the goal to give the
g in the second, Wolverines a needed spark. Michigan
ers fed Bryan added three more unanswered goals,
ck of the net to including two by Powers, to take a
s new life and comfortable lead over the Spartans.
ker room only a Michigan State could only man-
age one more goal before senior
eriod we knew Sean Baker tipped in another tally
well, and we one minute before time expired.
cky only to be Baker's goal marked the fifth goal by
aid McCaughey. a senior.
ed it nun All we r _______

Bronco Ricky Nattiel scored on this 56-yard pass to put Denver ahead last
night, but Washington came back with 35 points in the second quarter and
went on to win.

Traclisters place ir
The women's track team pro- Davidson,
duced several outstanding perfor- Tyler with a
mances in Windsor, Ont., this past In the fie
weekend, finishing as one of the placed seec
top three teams at the seventh an- Michigan al
nual Can-Am Classic. 1000-meter
"I am very pleased with the son's time o
outcome of the meet, especially Junior Tr
with the improvement of our shot strong thir
putters," said Coach Sue Foster. 1500-meter
Junior Starry Hodges won the Rowand i
shot put event with her throw of (9:42.0). Te
46'5", bettering her personal best Babcock na
by over a foot. Sonia Payne cap- prices, resp
tured a close second with her 46'3" Con trib
effort. women Wol
First-place finishes were fort wereDa
snatched by both the 4x800-meter meter dash(
relay team consisting of Chris the 60-mete
Tyler, Chris Danks, Melissa Gillian Osb
Thompson and Mindy Rowand (17' 8"). Os
(9:12.0), and the 4x200-meter relay sixth in the ?

ophia Dubreil, Dana
Gillian Osborne, and
a 1:43.0 clocking.
Ild events, Lisa DeVries
and in the high jump.
lso placed second in the
with Melissa Thomp-
f 2:56.9.
aci Babcock turned in a
d-place finish in the
(4:41.6), as did Mindy
n the 3000-meter
ammates Cheri Sly and
abbed fourth and sixth
ectively, in the 3000.
uting fifths to the
4verine's impressive ef-
ana Davidson in the 60-
(7.83), Alana Davis in
er hurdles (9.15), and
orne in the long jump
sborne also captured a
300-meters (40.47).



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