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2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 4, 1993

Here is how the top 25 teams in college football fared this week-
end. First-place votes are in parentheses.
Team Record How they fared
1. Florida State (61) 5.0-0 beat Georgia Tech, 51-0
2. Alabama (1) 5-00 beat South Carolina, 17-6
3. Miami 4-0.0 beat Georgia Southern, 30-7
4. Notre Dame 5-0.0 beat Stanford, 48-20
5. Florida 4-0-0 beat Mississippi State, 38-24
6. Ohio State 4-0-0 beat Northwestern, 51-3
7. Nebraska 4-0-0 idle
8. Penn State 50-0 beat Maryland, 70-7
9. Michigan 3.1-0 beat Iowa, 24-7
10. Oklahoma 4-0-0 beat Iowa State, 24-7
11. Tennessee 4-1-0 beat Duke, 52-19
12. Arizona 5-00 beat USC, 38-7
13. Washington 3-1-0 beat San Jose State, 52-17
14. Texas A&M 3-1-0 beat Texas Tech, 31-6
15. North Carolina 51-0 beat Texas-El Paso, 45-39
16. California 5-0-0 beat Oregon, 42-41
17. Louisville 50-0 beat Pittsburgh, 29-7
18, Virginia 5-0 beat Ohio, 41-7
19. Brigham Young 4-0-0 idle
20. Colorado 2-2-0 idle
21. Wisconsin 4-0-0 idle
22. Aubum 5-0-0 beat Vanderbilt, 14-10
23. Syracuse 2-1-1 lost to Boston College, 33-29
24. West Virginia 4-0-0 beat Virginia Tech, 14-13
25. UCLA 2-2-0 beat San Diego State, 52-13
Others receiving votes: Clemson, Oregon, Fresno State, Boston
College, Kansas State, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan State,
North Carolina State, Memphis State, Rutgers, Stanford,Virginia
Tech, Army, Oklahoma State.

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The 1980 Baltimore Orioles went 100-62, only to finish in
second place in the American League East behind the New York
Yankees, who had a 103-59 record.

Athlete of, he eeK
WHo: Buster Stanley
TEAM: Football
HoMETowN: Youngstown, Ohio
YER: Senior
Eu imuTvy: Senior
Wwn: In the football team's 24-7 victory over Iowa Saturday at Michigan Stadium, Stanley recorded 10
tackles, a season high. He had three tackles for losses, including two sacks for 18 yards. Stanley also
caused and recovered a fumble and was named ESPN's Michigan player of the game.
BAcxemouno: Stanley was voted this season's co-captain with tailback Ricky Powers. He now has 10
career sacks for 65 lost yards, both 10th most in school history. In the last two seasons, he was named
honorable mention All-Big Ten from both the media and coaches. Stanley has played five seasons, having
received a medical redshirt three games into his sophomore year. His given name is Sylvester.

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Crew team top club at Head of Ohio
By RACHEL SMITH spective schools. Only 14 seconds 12 seconds behind Ohio State's first Thev
FOR THE DAILY separated Michigan from MIT. varsity boat. The men's four boat fin- coached 1
The Michigan men's and women's Hartsuff said he was also im- ished seventh in a 17-boat field. ishedfou
varsity crew teams demonstrated their pressed by the 10th-place finishof the In the club event, the men's third Brownan
ability to compete with some of the top men's second varsity boat. It came in eight boat finished eighth. separatin

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programs in the country as they turned
in solid performances in their first offi-
cial race of the season, the Head of the
Ohio, Saturday in Pittsburgh.
The men's first varsity eight boat
finished fourth.
MichigancoachGreg Hartsuffsaid
the mostnotable fact about the team's
fourth-place finish, though, was that
Michigan was the top club program in
the competition.
The Wolverines placed behind
Brown, Cornell and Massachusetts
Institute ofTechnology (MIT),which
each receive funding from their re-

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women's first varsity eight,
by Mark Rothstein, also fin-
rth. Itcamein behindCornell,
nd MIT, with just 21 seconds
g fourth place from third.
men's second varsity eight*
three seconds behind Ohio
rst varsity boat.
races were encouraging,"
said. "As a coach, the most
thing would be to beat a
rogram. Each time we go
et a little closer."
idering both teams have only
on the water for three weeks,
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the end of the season.

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The Michigan crew team bested the competition at the Head of the Ohio.

'Both races were
encouraging. As a
coach, the most
flattering thing would
be to beat a funded
program.
- Greg Hartsuff
Michigan crew coach
"We are not as good now as we
will be at the end of the year," he said.
Hartsuff noted specific areas for
improvement after observing the first
race.
"The men's first boat has power,"
he said. "But they have to clean up
their technique."
Both teams will have the opportu-
nity to improve on their times as they
compete next week in the Head of the
Rock race in Rockford, Ill. Hartsuff
said he looks forward to competing
against fellow Big Ten team Wiscon-
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