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2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSWednesday - Wednesday, January 5, 1994

This is the final top 25 ranking in college football for the 1993-94
season. First place votes are in parentheses.

Team
1. Florida State (46)
2. Notre Dame (10)
3. Nebraska
4. Auburn (4)
5. Florida
6. Wisconsin
7. West Virginia
8. Penn State
9. Texas A&M
10. Arizona
11. Ohio State
12. Tennessee
13. Boston College
14. Alabama
15. Miami
16. Colorado
17. Oklahoma
18. UCLA
19. North Carolina
20. Kansas State
21. Michigan
22. Virginia Tech
23. Clemson
24. Louisville
25. California

Record
12-1-0
12-1-0
11-1-0
11-0-0
11-2-0
10-1-1
11-1-0
10-2-0
10-2-0
10-2-0
10-1-1
9-2-1
9-3-0
9-3-1
9-3-0
8-3-1
9-3-0
8-4-0
10-3-0
9-2-1
8-4-0
9-3-0
9-3-0
9-3-0
9-4-0

How they fared
beat Nebraska, 18-16
beat Texas A&M, 24-21
lost to Florida State, 18-16
idle
beat West Virginia, 41-7
beat UCLA, 21-16
lost to Florida, 41-7
beat Tennessee, 31-13
lost to Notre Dame, 24-21
beat Miami, 29-0
beat BYU, 28-21
lost to Penn State, 31-13
beat Virginia, 31-13
beat North Carolina, 24-10
lost to Arizona, 29-0
beat Fresno State, 41-30
beat Texas Tech, 41-10
lost to Wisconsin, 21-16
lost to Alabama, 24-10
beat Wyoming, 52-17
beat N.C. State, 42-7
beat Indiana, 45-20
beat Kentucky, 14-13
beat Michigan State, 18-7
beat Iowa, 37-3

In 1987, Wisconsin defeated Michigan State in the Great Lakes
Invitational Final. Since that time, Michigan has not lost in the
tournament, with last week's victory over the Spartans marking
the sixth straight GLI title.
Will Kowalchyk is the final Griddes! champion, taking 18 of the
20 bowl games. Kowalchyk missed only the Independence Bowl
and the Gator Bowl but also came within three points on the
tiebreaker. Congrats to Will and thanks to everyone who
participated in Griddes! this year.

WHo: Tyrone Wheatley
TEAM: Football
HOMETOwN: lnskter, Mich.
YEAR: Junior
ELIGIBILTY: Junior
WHY: At the 1994 Hall of Fame Bowl in Tampa, Wheatley rushed for 124 yards on 18 attempts and
scored two touchdowns to lead the Wolverines to a 42-7 rout of North Carolina State.
BACKGROUND: Wheatley has 39 career touchdowns and 36 on the ground. His rushing total eclipses that
of former quarterback Rick Leach, who had 35.

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