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The Notre Dame Observer compiles a weekly
college football poll, voted on by the sports
staffs of 30 different college newspapers
nationwide, including the Michigan Daily.
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1. Notre Dame (25)
2. Florida St. (4)
9. Miami (Fla.) (1)
12. Southern Cal
18. Texas A&M
19. Michigan Stat'
20. Ohio State
.Overjoyed over Griddes!
Who is this man? He could be:
1) Another cocky Notre Dame player volunteering to pose for the
sculpting of this season's Heisman trophy.
2) A San Francisco 49'er practicing his moves under the hope of being
chosen to dance in MC Hammer's next video.
3) A Michigan football player leaving Tartan Turf after quitting the team
to pursue his lifelong dream: to be the Drum Major of the Michigan
4) Running down to the Student Publication Building, 420 Maynard, to
turn in his Griddes picks. If he wins, he will receive - just like Robert
Tyson did last week - a $12 gift certificate to O'Sullivan's Eatery and Pub.
1. Illinois at Ohio State
2. Iowa at Michigan State
3. Minnesota at Purdue
4. Indiana at Northwestern
18. Houston at Baylor
19. CMU at Kent St.
Continued from page 9
sticks? Come on, Mr. Modesty,
Gary Moeller was saying he could
score touchdowns himself with that
line in front of him. And Gary is no
Ben Johnson, with or without
So what happens? We start the
game. And Vaughn carries the ball
six times until midway through the
second quarter for three yards.
Only it's worse than Vaughn's
It's negative three yards, and
Michigan is no sure shot to win.
Then he blasts his next run 21
yards for a touchdown. Return to the
"We basically knew that he was a
gap kind of runner," Maryland nose
guard Rick Fleece said. "He tries to
find the seams. What we wanted to
do on the defensive line was create a
wall there so he couldn't cut back
and make those extra yards that he
does. We're trying to play a real ag-
Coach K - that's Krivak - not
that Pole at Duke, wanted to test
Elvis Grbac. And in an ironies of
ironies, the Terps, who Moeller said
play an offensive scheme similar to
the Lions' run-and-shoot, did exactly
what the Buccaneers did to Detroit
defensively last Sunday night. They
took away the Wolverines most
lethal weapon and forced them to
pass the ball.
"We were hoping to stop the run
and force them into a passing game,"
Maryland right tackle Lubo (Don't
Laugh At My First Name, Just My
Last) Zizakovic said. "Our number
one thing was to get Jon Vaughn.
We knew he fumbled a lot. We did
get him to cough up a fumble or two.
We wanted to hit him hard. Elvis got
them into a passing game and he was
right on target."
So what's the end analysis?
Jon Vaughn rushed for 89 yards
on 22 carries. His stock in the
Heisman Derby fell. But the
Wolverines stock will rise when the
Associated Press rankings come out
Saturday's game was not one for
the annals of Michigan football his-
tory. More like one for the anals. But
Vaughn will take his 89 yards,
which stood at negative three after
six carries, and walk away with a
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