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Page 14--The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 10, 1990

touchdown pass to Robert Clark and
pitched to Barry Sanders for a 1-yard
scoring run before Tampa Bay
defenders began to harass him. He
was sacked five times and Bob
Gagliano once. Linebacker Ervin
Randle, who had two and a half
sacks in five seasons, had three
Peete beat Tampa Bay on a last-
minute touchdown run a year ago in
Detroit's 17-16 victory. A touch-
down run on a rollout was reversed
by replay officials yesterday, and
Peete fumbled into Tampa Bay's end
zone two plays later.
"It's really unexplainable," Peete
said of his fast start and second
quarter collapse. "I had guys open
but couldn't hit them."
Testaverde could. He hit Bruce
Perkins for an 8-yard touchdown and
Anderson on the 19-yarder to give
Tampa Bay the lead for good at 21-
Peete and Clark connected on four
straight completions to tie the game
at 7-7 in the first. Clark caught the
fourth pass ball at the 15, faked out
Rodney Rice and ran untouched into
the end zone.
The Lions took a 14-7 lead with
113 left in the first quarter on
Sanders' 1-yarder off the option.
Sanders, the NFC Rookie of the
.Year last season with 1,470 yards
rushing, carried 14 times for 79
yards and a touchdown. The Tampa
Bay defense was set up to stop him
but shut down the pass as well.
"You can't stay in the same
defense with the run and shoot,"
Rucs coach Ray Perkins said. "We
had about three different defensive
packages withsome different wrink-
les in each ofsthose packages."
The Lions closed to 3 1-21 on a
44-yard.pass from Gagliano to Clark
with 5:34 left. Gagliano's pass for
Jeff Campbell on the Lion's next
series was picked off by Wayne
Haddix and returned for Tampa Bay's
final touchdown.

Andy Stabile found out quickly that athletes are not exempt from the type of problems that most other first-year
students encouter in trying to adjust to college life. In the end, though, Stabile took refuge in the company of
his teammates and managed to turn around both his athletic and academic standing during the winter term.

Continued from page 11
annoying little things that were slowly making me a
very unhappy camper.
Fall term finally began to wind down and there I was
- weeks behind and plenty lost in my classes, muscles
feeling like hamburger from the countless miles swam,
not getting along with my roommate and trying to
prepare my parents for "a slightly lower GPA."
In a nutshell, I hated college life.
I began to ask myself why I did all this. Where was
the glory of being a Michigan athlete? How did other
athletes handle their life? How did everyone else around
me seem so happy and in control? And worse yet, I had
no answers.
Then the best possible thing that could have
happened to me finally occurred.
The term ended.
It was home for Christmas, then off to Florida for a
couple of weeks of training. More importantly, it gave
me time to regroup. My body still didn't feel much
better, but I could now concentrate on just swimming.
As hard as we swam for those two weeks in the sun, it
seemed easy compared to the two months I had just
went through. Soon the time came to head back north

and I couldn't help but think I was turning back into the
But it wasn't to be.
No sooner did the winter term begin than I realized
that I was a different person. I seemed to see warning
signs to bad situations as as they unfolded as opposed to
once I was in trouble. I could keep myself on the right
path. I saw how a little extra homework early in the
term would make the second part easier. I saw how
talking to friends about problems seemed to help. Most
importantly, I saw that all the good qualities and hard
work that got me to the University had somehow pulled
me through all the hard times.
I had changed over the course of the first term-
grown up in a way that wouldn't let me go through all
that mess again.
Other things changed as well- or at least I saw
them differently. I began to swim better, finally seeing
the hard work of the early season paying off. People
around me began to realize it meant something that I
was a swimmer. I was able to keep up with my classes.
My roommate and I even began to iron out our
differences. I actually started having fun.
I began to realize that what I went through was not
uncommon. Most first-year students, athletes or not, go
through these growing pains to one extent or another. It
yas all part of learning about myself, growing up, and
enjoying life.
Finally the swimming season came to a close, and
soon after that, the school year. As all the students
began to leave Ann Arbor, I began to realize all the
friends I had made and would miss. I started to see how
some of the rough times we shared were really the good
times I was looking so hard for.
As much as I enjoy the good times of the summer, I
can't help but look forward to those of the upcoming
school year.
This time I'll know how to enjoy them the right

Gorby awaits season
premier of Griddes
It's that time of year again. Tfie air turns cold, the
leaves turn colors, and the world turns its collective
attention to that favorite autumn pasttime, Griddes.
Mikhail Gorbachev, pictured here with Finnish
President Mauno Koivisto, is all smiles after
discovering "inside information" regarding this
week's Duke-Northwestern clash in the heralded
S.A.T. Bowl.
For everyone who is unfamiliar with the game (and
there must be at least a couple of you), the rules are as
simple as a Michigan State entrance examination
(kidding. Only kidding). Just pick the winner of each
of the following games and return your entry with
your name and phone number to the Student
Publications Building, 410 Maynard. The contestant
with the most correct picks wins a $12 gift certificate
to O' Sullivan's Eatery and Pub on South University.
1. Michigan at Notre Dame 13. Washington at Purdue
2. Auburn at Mississippi 14. Ball State at Wisconsin
3. Miami (Fla.) at California 15. Florida at Alabama
4. Georgia Southern at Florida State 16. Pitt at Oklahoma
5. Colorado at Illinois 17. Navy at Virginia
6. Michigan State at Syracuse 18. Washington at Purdue
7. Indiana at Kentucky 19. Stanford at UCLA
8. Cincinnati at Iowa 20. Washington State at BYU
9. Iowa State at Minnesota
10. Duke at Northwestern Name:
11. Ohio State at Boston College Phone:
12. Penn State at USC


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