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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 20, 1992

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by Erin Himstedt
If you notice that some usually
mild-mannered students in your
classes are walking a little taller and
smiling a, little wider this week,
chances are that they are members of
the Michigan water polo team. After
sweeping the 1992 Wolverine
Invitational this weekend, Michigan
is one giant step closer to their sec-
ond consecutive Big Ten title.
The Wolverines defeated Mich-
igan State, Northwestern, Indiana,
Ohio State and Purdue en route to
winning the Invite, bringing their
record to 10-1-1 in the Big Ten.
Michigan dominated the event and
was victorious.by an average margin
of nine points per game.
Coach Scott Russell was pleased
but not surprised by the team's
performance.
"Anytime you win five games in
one weekend I think it's very suc-
cessful for us," Russell said. "The
team played up to my expectations

After sweeping the Michigan Invitational, Glen Shilland (No. 5) and the Michigan water polo team set their sights on a second consecutive Big Ten title.

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this weekend."
The Wolverines' strongest
competitors in the Big Ten,
Michigan State and Northwestern,
were also their biggest challenges
this weekend. Yet, Michigan beat
both teams soundly, by scores of 12-
5 and 13-5, respectively.
"We weren't taking anything for
granted," senior co-captain Aaron
Frame said. "We knew North-
western and State would be really
tough. They have a lot of talent. It
was a big confidence booster know-
ing that we can compete."
Michigan's depth of talented
players was a key to its success.
"We're very well-balanced.
With a young team, we're not going
to have one or two people who re-
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"Everybody's still learning their
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makes us dangerous, because no-
body knows who to guard."
Pick the games and tiebreaker score
correctly to win dinner at O'Sullivan's
Eatery and Pub. Drop your picks off at
420 Maynard by Friday at noon.
1. Minnesota at Michigan
2. Ohio St. at Michigan St.
3. Northwestern at Illinois
4. Wisconsin at Indiana
5. Purdue at Iowa
6. Penn St. at West Virginia
7. Mississippi at Alabama
8. Kansas St. at Colorado
9. Brigham Young at Notre Dame
10. Georgia Tech at North Carolina
11. Washington St. at Southern Cal
12. Clemson at North Carolina St.
13. Oklahoma at Kansas
14. Toledo at Miami (Ohio)
15. Delaware at Navy
16. Iowa St. at Oklahoma St.
17. South Carolina at Vanderbilt
18. Army at Wake Forest
19. Ashland at Grand Valley St.
20. Harvard at Princeton
Minn. at Mich.: Total points-
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INJURIES
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corners, it has improved our defense
15-20 percent," the coach said. "The
biggest difference in our defense this
season has been the pressure we've
been getting on the quarterback."
Moeller has other injuries besides
at linebacker to worry about.
Tailback Ricky Powers' sprained
ankle has "spread to his leg," and he
may not be able to play this week.
But Moeller will know more about
Powers' condition after a few days
of practice.
Fullback Burnie Legette missed
the Indiana game with a knee injury.
However, Legette could have played
if necessary and should be fine for
this week.
Finally, cornerback Alfie Burch
sprained his right foot against
Indiana and will not play this week.
His foot is in a cast and Moeller said
he will be week-to-week.
STARTING TIMES: This week's
game is Michigan's first early start
since the Oklahoma State game.
Saturday's game will start at 1 p.m.
and will be the first non-televised
game of the year. Because there are
no television timeouts, this should be
one of Michigan's quickest games of
the season.
While Moeller likes the earlier
start and quicker game, he does have
one worry.
"I'll probably oversleep,"

Moeller joked. "I have to get up this
week. But it'll be nice."
In addition, the starting time for
the Purdue game has been set. ESPN
will broadcast the Oct. 31 contest at
12:30 p.m. (EDT).

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