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The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday- January 29, 1990 - Page 5

It's a Super Dud Super Bowl
as San Fran maims Broncos

NEW ORLEANS - In the more
important game to most Michigan
fans, Bud Light choked big time
when it held a 34-30 lead and time
running out. Bud grabbed a loose
football and fell on it in the endzone
giving Bud it's second straight Bud
Bowl win.
In that other game it was all San
Francisco, who like Bud, won their
second straight title.
Joe Montana and the San
Francisco 49ers proved yesterday that
they have just one competitor -
history.
In the most dominant
performance ever at a Super Bowl,
the 49ers routed the Denver Broncos
55-10 to become the first repeat
NFL champion in a decade and tie
the Pittsburgh Steelers as a pinnace
of Super Bowl perfection with wins
in four tries.
Montana had five touchdown
passes, three to Jerry Rice, breaking

Bud Light
fumbles
away Bud
Bowl title
a Super Bowl record for TD passes
on a day on which he also set a
record 13 straight completions.
He also set five Super Bowl
career records, including his third
Super Bowl MVP award and San
Francisco's point total was the most
ever. Montana left the game with
nearly 11 minutes to play. His final
numbers: 22 of 29 passes for 297
yards.
In four Super Bowls he has
thrown 11 touchdowns and no
interceptions.

For Denver quarterback John
Elway, it was a day of futility,
ending with his third Super Bowl
defeat. He missed eight of his first
10 passes and was intercepted twice
and fumbled once. His final
numbers: 10 of 26 for 108 yards.
By halftime it was 27-3 as San
Francisco was playing against the
record book rather than the Broncos,
who by then were doing just the
reverse - tying a Super Bowl record
for losses, 0-4, with the Minnesota
Viking. With their third loss in four.
years, the Broncos have now been
outscored 13640.
San Francisco was boringly
perfect, doing more than even the
experts who made them favorites by
nearly two touchdowns after a 14-2
season and a waltz through the
playoffs. The NFC has now won six
straight Super Bowls.
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Wolverine rookie Kathy Diebler is shown here winning the 200-meter freestyle versus Stanford two weeks ago.
Diebler competed with the rest of the Michigan squad Friday in a landslide victory at Michigan State.
SWIMMERS TAKE FIRST IN EVERY EVENT
Blue dominates Spartans

Sports Monday
Associate Editor
Mike Gill
Night Editor
Andy Gottesman
Assistant Night Editors
Phil Green
John Niyo
Jared Entin
Answer to Sports Monday Trivia
Max McGee and Chi Chi's.

The Michigan Daily and WJJX present: -
FISHER TALK
Join Head Coach Steve Fisher and host Lyle X
Wolberg for a unique look at Michigan Basketball
at halftime of all Wolverine games. ~J~
WJJX 640 AM: Your broadcasting source for
University sports.

by Jeni Durst
Daily Sports Writer
Michigan State was left a little
blue this weekend. Or, more pre-
cisely, blue and maize.
The Michigan women's swim
team blewinto East Lansing Friday
night and proceeded to blow the
Spartans away. And as with every
contest between MSU and Michigan,
spirit and intensity were high.
"I told the team that I don't care
if it's tiddledywinks or whatever, if
you swim Michigan State and can't
get excited about it, you've come to
the wrong university," Michigan
coach Jim Richardson said.
"We were pumped for it," senior
co-captain Amy Honig said. "A lot
of people were tired because of what
we're going through (in practice)
with only three weeks left (until the
Big Ten Championships). This is
our last week of hard practice, but a
lot of people just pushed through
and gave it their all."
One of those people was Gwen
DeMaat, who achieved her lifetime
best time in the 100-yard backstroke,
an event she doesn't usually swim,
with a time of 59.4 seconds.
"We moved people around just to
see what they could do," Richardson
said. "There were a lot of best
times."
The Wolverines captured firsts
and most seconds in every event but
diving. State diver Julie Ferrell

placed first in both the 1-meter and
3-meter springboard competitions.
Season bests also came from
Stefanie Liebner in the 1,000 free-
style and junior Molly Hegarty,
w in n in g ahe r ese a so n mde b u t in ath e 2 0 0
butterfly.
Distance swimmer Katherine
Creighton seized victory in both her
events: the 500 and 1,000 freestyles.
Backstroker Lisa Anderson finished
with a strong meet, winning the 200
backstroke, placing second in the
200 freestyle, and participating in
the victorious 200 medley relay.
Two of Anderson's teammates in
the winning relay also captured firsts
in their individual races: senior Jenn-
ifer Eck in the 200 individual medley
and sophomore Jennifer Love in the
50 freestyle.
Michigan's stability this season

has played a big part in keeping
them on track for their ultimate Big
Ten and NCAA Championship
goals.
"(This victory) is just consistent
with what we've seen all season
long," Richardson said. "We're
swimming faster in season this year
than we did last year and it's been
the case meet after meet."
They will have to hope that
consistency holds when they face
Ohio State and Minnesota on the
road this weekend, two teams that
have dominated Big Ten swimming
in the 1980s.
"We've got a stimulating week-
end ahead of us with both meets on
the road," Richardson concluded.

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