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4. Ohio State

pizzaz, Cooper may actually have
too much savvy. A winning season
and a bowl birth would ease tensions
in Columbus, but Cooper's exit
wouldn't feel much worse.
3. Michigan State

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ISSUE
The
Lineup
A look at this year's
Wolverines

Michigan
Preview
What's in store
for the Champions,
of the West?

C. Snow
The Good: Lots of people
returning, including RB Carlos
Snow, QB Greg Frey and WR Bobby
Olive.
The Bad: Maybe the toughest first
month in the Big Ten, with Ok-
lahoma State, USC, Boston College,
and a trip to Illinois to start the Big
Ten season...The controversial John
Cooper, who maybe a good coach,
but might not have the personality
to win over Buckeye fans.
Best scenario: 10-1. This team
may match up the best against
Michigan of any Big Ten school.
Cooper seems to think that the keys
to his team are more consistency
from Frey and improvement from
"the worst (defense)>I ever coached."
Comebacks from LB Derek Isman
and DT Mike Showlater can make
that happen.
Worst scenario: 7-4. Losses
during that difficult September could
mess upxsome Buckeye heads.
Without Michigan State on the
schedule, OSU should be able to put
together a winning season easily.
Comment: Maybe Buckeye fans
aren't looking for a Woody Hayes-
clone, but Cooper is not what they
need either. Earle Bruce lacked

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P. Snow
The Good: Three potential All-Big
Ten defensive players in DT Travis
Davis, CB Harlon Bennett, and the
new Spartan superstar, LB Percy
Snow, the top candidate for
replacing Tony Mandarich as the
team's most interesting character
...Taking Mandarich's spot on the
offensive line is Bob Kula, who
won't be flexing on Sports
Illustrated covers, but he may be an
All-American type player... George
Perles' defenses, which have helped
make the Spartans one of the most
physical teams in the Big Ten.
The Bad: George Perles' offenses,
which may be the most boring in
the Big Ten...a schedule almost as
bad as Ohio State's. The Spartans
travel to Notre Dame the second
game of the season, and face Miami
(Fla.) and Michigan at home.
Best scenario: 8-3. An upset of
either Notre Dame or Miami (Fla.)
would put the Spartans in position
for another great season. QB Dan

Enos develops into a strong field
leader and the Spartans have a
potent offensive attack. Enos should
be able to make complete the
short/mid-range passes that Perles
plans to use in his offense.
Worst scenario: 6-5. Enos gags
and the offense dies. Don't worry
about the Spartan defense, they will
be tough and, that insures Michigan
State of a winning season and a
bowl birth.
Comment: Perles's program has
become one of the Big Ten's best,
filled with interesting players under-
neath the helmets. But Michigan
State lacks excitement in their game
plan. Even with the antics of
characters like Mandarich and Andre
Rison, the Spartans on-the-field
play was difficult to tolerate. Their
defense will hold teams like Indiana,
Minnesota, and Iowa, while State
may only score 15-20 points a
game. They'll need more points to
beat Miami, Notre Dame and
Michigan. Perles may not have the
firepower, but this maybe the kind
of year where he should take a
chance and find out.
2. Illinois
George
The Good: Coach John Mackovic
has brought stability to a once

scandal-ridden program...Returning
eight players on offense, and ten
players on defense...The planned
Moscow game with USC will be
moved to California, which
ultimately will save the players a lot
of added anxiety...The Great: QB Jeff
George.
The Bad: They still have to play
USC, and then later Colorado, but
they do have Ohio State and
Michigan athome. ..every opponent
will be up to play the Illini this
year, no one will take them
lightly...the loss of TB Keith Jones,
leaving no one experienced in the
Illini backfield.
Best scenario: 9-2. When Jeff
George shows all that he is the real
thing, then Illinois willhcompete for
the conference crown.
Worst scenario: 5-6. This is what
happens if George is not for real.
Comment: What was once one of
the truly ugly programs in the
country transformed itself into a
model for other trouble-plagued
schools. Illinois has cleaned up.
That in itself is a victory, but the
Illini are also winning football
games. Illinois can contend for a
Big Ten title, and in 1990, they will
probably be the pre-season favorite.
George could be the conference's
next super player, his success will
dictate the future for Illinois
football.

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