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Page 12 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1989

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These sophisticated Daily Griddes addicts sit solemnly as they await
this weekend's slate of college football games.
Griddes fans warm up
TV's for the weekend
Time is running out! Get your Griddes picks in now, so you too can sit
glued to the television like these fellas. In fact, if you hunt Larry and Moe
down, you could snag a few pointers on your predictions. But, be careful.
These guys are veterans--and are out for the easiest free meal in town.
Winners will recieve a free breakfast for two at 0'Sullivans Eatery and Pub
on South University. Drop your picks off at the Daily offices at 420
Maynard by 5 p.m. today.

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1. Maryland at Michigan
2. Notre Dame at Purdue
3. Miami (Fla.) at Michigan State
4. Oregon State vs. Nebraska
5. Auburn at Tennessee
6. Colorado at Washington
7. Clemson at Duke
8. Texas-El Paso at Arkansas
9. Pittsburgh at West Virginia
10. Indiana State at Minnesota
11. USC at Washington State
12. Alabama at Vanderbilt
13. Oklahoma at Kansas
14. Temple at Houston
15. Kent State at North Carolina State
16. Southern Mississippi at Texas A&M
17. Arizona at Oregon
18. California at UCLA
19. Boston College at Ohio State
20. Tulsa at Iowa

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MARYLAND
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yards rushing a game, we're not
going to win," Schembechler said.
While he begins to feel slightly
more confident in his frosh redshirt
quarterback, Elvis Grbac, Schem-
bechler wants to see what his
youthful interior line and backfield
can accomplish against the stingy
Terrapin defense.
Maryland's offense, however, is
far from stingy, led by the howitzer-
like arm of quarterback Neil
O'Donnell.
The most accurate thrower in
Maryland history, O'Donnell can run
the ball too, rushing to a school
record 125 yards last year. In his
senior year, O'Donnell has the Terra-
pins' all-time records for interception
ratio and career.comhpletions within
sight.
The best part for Michigan,
though, happens to be the fact that
O'Donnell has a bruised throwing
hand.
"Yeah, that's the worst injury for
a quarterback to have," Schembechler
said. "Throw and whap, hit your
(offensive lineman) on the helmet."

Maryland coach Joe Krivak, who
was Boomer Esiason's quarterback
coach while Esiason attended Mary-
land, believes that O'Donnell should
be ready for Michigan. If not, junior
backup Scott Zolak will take the
snaps and Krivak's not too worried
about that.
"Everytime we call on Scott, he's
jacked (about playing)," Krivak said.
While Maryland should throw the
ball everywhere, Michigan's faithful
can expect to see clouds of turf,
flying when the Wolverines are in
possession of the football.
"I'm glad we're playing against (a
tough rushing defense)," Schem-
bechler said. "If we can run and
improve our running game, I'll look
at that as a real improvement."
Tony Boles, last week's offensive
champion, will start alongside Leroy
Hoard in the backfield, taking the
ball from Grbac. Both rusher Jarrod
Bunch and rusher/quarterback Mich-
ael Taylor remain sidelined with
injuries.
Maryland's tough schedule con-
tinues with Michigan. The Terrapins
have already lost to West Virginia
and Clemson, both Top 20 teams.
The Terps' only win has come over
Western Michigan.

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