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Page 12-The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 17, 1990

Time out for Griddes!
So you're bogged down with schoolwork already, and you don't have
time for anything else. Have no fear. We at the Daily Sports staff are
happy to provide you with the perfect study break: Griddes!!!
Griddes is so easy to play that there's always time. For example, you
have no idea of what to do with those ten long minutes between classes.
Make your picks for the week, and then at the end of the day, drop them
off at the Student Publications Building at 420 Maynard for your chance
to win.
Just ask Liz Calfas. Calfas innocently dropped off her picks last week
and ended up walking away with a $12 gift certificate to O'Sullivan's
Eatery and Pub. You can too.

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ToP 25

1. UCLA at Michigan
2. Notre Dame at MSU
3. Tennessee at Auburn
4. USC at Washington
5. San Diego St. at BYU
6. Colorado at Texas
7. Virginia at Duke
8. Pittsburgh at Syracuse
9. Mississippi at Arkansas
10. Minnesota at Nebraska
Tiebreaker: Pick the score
Michigan:
UCLA:
Name:
Phone:_

11. Oregon at Arizona
12. Missouri at Indiana
13. Iowa State at Iowa
14.Northwestern at Rice
15. Rutgers at Penn State
16. Indiana State at Purdue
17. Temple at Wisconsin
18. N. Texas St. at Texas A&M
19. Tulsa at Oklahoma
20. Florida St. at Tulane
of Michigan-UCLA

Here's a look at how the top college grid teams fared:
1. Notre Dame Beat Michigan, 28-24 1-0-0At Michigan State
2. Auburn Beat Mississippi, 24-10 2-0-0 Tennessee
3. Florida State Beat Ga. Southern, 48-6 2-0-0 At Tulane
4. Michigan Lost to Notre Dame, 28-24 0-1-0 UCLA
5. BYU Beat Washington St., 50-36 3-0-0 San Diego St.
6. Southern Cal Beat Penn State, 19-14 2-0-0 At Washington
7. Tennessee Beat Texas-El Paso, 56-0 3-0-1 Idle
8. Nebraska Idle 2-0-0 Minnesota
9. Colorado Lost to Illinois, 23-22 1-1-1 At Texas
10. Miami (Fla.) Beat California, 52-24 1-1-0 Idle
11.Virginia BeatNavy,56-14 3-0-0 at Duke
12. TexasA&M BeattSW'Louisiana, 63-14 2-0-0 NorthrTexas St.
13. Pittsburgh Lost to Oklahoma, 52-10 2-1-0 at Syracuse
14. Oklahoma Beat Pittsburgh, 52-10 2-0-0 Tulsa
15. Arkansas Beat Tulsa, 28-3 1-0-0 Mississippi
16. Clemson Beat Maryland, 18-17 2-1-0 Appalachian St
17. Ohio State Beat Boston College, 31-10 2-0-0 Idle
18. Houston Beat Texas Tech, 51-35 2-0-0 Idle
19. Michigan St. Tied Syracuse, 23-23 0-0-1 at Notre Dame
20. Arizona Beat New Mexico, 25-10 1-0-0 Oregon
21. Illinois Beat Colorado, 23-22 1-1-0 Southern Illinois
22. Washington Beat Purdue, 20-14 2-0-0 Southern Cal
23. Texas Idle 1-0-0 Colorado
24. Florida Beat Alabama, 17-10 2-0-0 Furman
25. Arizona St. Colorado St., late 1-0-0 idle

FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
Vaughn's rushing
one 'M' bright spot
by Mike Gill and Eric Lemont
Daily Football Writers
SOUTH BEND - Michigan tailback Jon Vaughn's 201 yards made
him the first back to gain 200 yards against Notre Dame since Penn
State's Blair Thomas ran for 214 yards against the Irish in 1987.
Vaughn's previous game high was last year against Minnesota when he
ran for 26 yards.
Michigan ran for a total of 265 yards against the Irish compared to 94
net yards last year (119 yards rushing total). Said Notre Dame coach Lou
Holtz: "I've never seen a team run the ball like that against a Notre Dame
team since I've been here."
Vaughn fumbled on Michigan's first possession, allowing Notre Dame
excellent field position, which eventually led to a touchdown. Moeller
said it was not Vaughn's fault, but rather a miscommunication caused by
the no-huddle offense. "He wasn't supposed to touch that ball," Moeller
said.
Vaughn was happy his coach, who said he would rotate Vaughn, Allen
Jefferson and possibly Ricky Powers until someone showed the hot hand
stuck with him.
"In the back of my mind, I am happy that coach Moeller had the confi-
dence to play me as much as he did. But all in all, if I'd had gained a
thousand yards and we lost, it still wouldn't matter as much as winning,'
Vaughn said.
Jefferson spelled Vaughn at times and accumulated 21 yards on four
carries. Powers did not see action in the running back slot.
QUOTEBOX: Vaughn speaks on the no huddle: "I like it. I think it's
effective and I think we should continue using it. We shouldn't shy away
from it. I think we're a well-enough conditioned team that it doesn't take
away from our game plan at all - especially at home where we can hear
the call. We were ready for it. Mo wouldn't have used it if he didn't think
it would work."
THIRD-RATE ON THIRD DOWN: Michigan was 3-for-11 on third
down conversions Saturday, compared to 8-for-14 for Notre Dame. Rich
Mirer completed a critical pass on 3rd and six on Notre Dame's last pos-
session and a crazy 3rd and 15, 41-yard completion that hit one receiver
(Raghib Ismail) and landed in the hands of another (Lake Dawson). Both
were instrumental in the Irish's win.
SIDELINERS: College basketball announcer Dick Vitale was spotted
on campus wearing a Notre Dame sweatshirt Saturday afternoon before the
game. Vitale's daughter attends the school... Notre Dame coach Lou
Holtz had a camera installed on one of the scoreboards. The purpose is to
record all the actions occurring in the tunnel the teams enter and exit
from. Notre Dame has received criticism in past years for numerous scuf-
fles beginning in the tunnel with the opposing team.

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Call us at 764-0561
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