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2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 3, 1994

Here is how the top 25 teams in college football fared this week-
end. First place votes are in parentheses.

Drop off your picks at the Michigan Daily sports desk on the
second floor of the Student Publications Building at 420 Maynard
by noon Friday. The most accurate prognosticator will receive a
$15 gift certificate to O'Sullivan's Eatery & Pub. Contestants are
restricted to five entries per week.

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Florida
Nebraska
Florida State
Penn State
Colorado
Arizona
Michigan
Notre Dame
Auburn
Texas A&M
Alabama
Washington
Miami
North Carolina
Texas
Oklahoma
Ohio State
North Carolina Sta,
Kansas State
Virginia Tech
Syracuse
Washington State
Colorado State
Wisconsin
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Record How they fared
4-0-0 beat Mississippi, 38-14
5-0-0 beat Wyoming, 42-32
4-0-0 idle
5-0-0 beat Temple, 48-21
4-0-0 beat No. 16 Texas, 34-31
4-0-0 beat Oregon State, 30-10
3-1-0 beat Iowa, 29-14
4-1-0 beat Stanford, 34-14
5-0-0 beat Kentucky, 41-14
4-0-0 beat Texas Tech, 23-17
5-0-0 beat Georgia, 29-28
3-1-0 beat UCLA, 37-10
3-1-0 beat Rutgers, 24-3
3-1-0 beat SMU, 28-24
3-1-0 lost to No. 5 Colorado, 34-31
3-1-0 beat Iowa State, 34-6
4-1-0 beat Northwestern, 17-15
i 4-0-0 beat Georgia Tech, 21-13
3-0-0 idle
4-1-0 lost to Syracuse, 28-20
4-1-0 beat Virginia Tech, 28-20
3-1-0 lost to Tennessee, 10-9
5-0-0 beat New Mexico, 38-31
2-2-0 lost to Michigan State, 29-10
4-0-0 idle

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Michigan State at Michigan
Indiana at Iowa
Illinois at Ohio State
Minnesota at Purdue
Wisconsin at Northwestern
Notre Dame at Boston College
Auburn at Mississippi State
UCLA at California
Florida State at Miami
Georgia at Clemson
Oklahoma vs. Texas (in Dallas)
Georgia Tech at North Carolina
Oklahoma State at Nebraska
Louisiana State at Florida
Colorado State at Arizona
Colorado at Missouri
Southern Mississippi at Alabama
Oregon at Washington State
Lehigh at Yale
Columbia at Fordham

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Tiebreaker - Michigan State at Michigan Total Points:
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WHO: Steve Morrison
TEAM: Football
HOMETOwN: Birmingham, Mich.
YEAR: Senior ;
ELIGIBILITY: Senior
WHY: Against Iowa Saturday, the inside linebacker had 10 tackles -
five solo - intercepted a pass, recovered a fumble, and broke up a
pass. The interception was the eighth of Morrison's career.
BACKGROUND: Morrison is coming off an injury-plagued 1993 campaign,
where he missed seven games and started only four times. He broke
the 200 career tackle mark with an 11-tackle performance againstw
Notre Dame last season. Morrison was an All-Big Ten Second Team
selection in 1992 season, after leading the team in tackles (124):
and finishing second in interceptions (2). He led the team pickoffs
(4) in 1991, despite missing four games with a broken leg. Morrison
was the top-rated linebacker prospect in Michigan as a senior at
Brother Rice, and was also all-state in lacrosse his junior season.

Trivia Answer
Three schools have a winning
record against the Michigan
football team [Army (5-4),
Cornell (12-6) and North
Carolina (2-1)]. The Wolverines
faced Penn State and North
Carolina State for the first
time last season, winning both
matchups. Michigan beat the
Nittany Lions, 21-13, and
defeated the Wolfpack in the
Hall of Fame Bowl, 42-7.

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