14- The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 7, 1994
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ripe for another upset
Michigan at Michigan State
Illinois at Ohio State
Wisconsin at Northwestern
Minnesota at Purdue
Indiana at Iowa
Notre Dame at Boston College
Florida State at Miami
Colorado State at Arizona
Oklahoma vs. Texas (in Dallas)
Auburn at Mississippi State
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four nationally ranked teams this year,
including the then-No. 2 Lady Lions
and then-No. 3 Long Beach State.
The Buckeyes have a 22-1 record
against the Wolverines under coach
Jim Stone, including 13 straight vic-
tories overall and 13 in a row at St.
John's Arena. Michigan's last vic-
tory over Ohio State came in 1987,
when the Wolverines won five-game
match in Ann Arbor.
Michigan will need to watch out for
lastweek's Big Ten Playerofthe Week,
Jenny Jackson, who amassed a career-
high 23 kills and had a .636 hitting
percentage in a win over Minnesota.
All-America setter Laura Davis aids
Jackson and the Ohio State offense.
Penn State (3-1, 14-1), the runner-
up in last year's NCAA finals, poses
even greater problems for the Wolver-
ines. Since entering the Big Ten in
1991,the Lady Lions have posted a 55-
9 conference record and have swept all
eight matches from Michigan.
Penn State is led by seniors Laura
Cook, Saundi. Lamoureux, Jen
Reimers and Salima Davidson, who
was last year's Big Ten Player of the
Year and a second-team All-America.
Michigan will not have time to
come up for air after this weekend, as
it faces No. 11 Notre Dame Tuesday.
By BRETT KRASNOVE
For the Daily
Last season, Wisconsin was
headed to a Big Ten title, which the
Badgers followed up by defeating
UCLA in the Rose Bowl. Now, Wis-
consin fights to remain in the Top 25.
As if losing to Michigan State
wasn't bad enough, Wisconsin lost
starting quarterback Darrell Bevell
with a separated shoulder. To say the
least, the Badgers don't have a rosy
outlook as they head to Evanston.
Here's a preview of that game, as
well as the rest of the Big Ten slate:
Wisconsin (1-1 Big Ten, 2-2
Overall) at Northwestern (0-1, 1-2-
With Darrell Bevell out and with
the Badger defense allowing 259 yards
rushing to Michigan State last week-
end, Wildcat running back Dennis
Lundy becomes a huge factor.
Wisconsin's Moss will get his 100-
plus yards, but if Lundy finds some
holes like the Spartans' backs did last
week, he could lift his team over the
hurting Badgers. Maybe this week
the Wildcats will save something for
the second half.
Northwestern 24, Wisconsin 21.
Illinois (0-1, 2-2) at Ohio State
Buckeye coach John Cooper fired
up the running game last week at
Northwestern, handing workhorse
Eddie George the ball a whopping 39
times and George ran for 206 yards -
the key ingredient in Ohio State's
comeback victory. Will they keep it
on the ground again? Look for quar-
terback Bobby Hoying to throw some
passes in the direction of wide re-
ceiver Joey Galloway.
Meanwhile, Illinois' players are
trying to forget John Jackson, the 5-
foot-7 Purdue cornerback, who tack-
led 6-foot-5 tight end Ken Dilger atepe
The Fighting Illini is left searching
for its first Big Ten win at Columbus.
Ohio State 26, Illinois 17.
Indiana (1-1, 4-1) at Iowa (0-2,
A message to Hawkeye quarter-
back Ryan Driscoll: Beware of the
Hoosier defense. Last week, Indiana
overcame a 14-10 halftime deficit to
edge Minnesota by forcing five turn-
overs, including two pickoffs from
speedy Reggie Bryant.
However, if the Iowa defense puts
forth the effort it did last week, the
Hoosiers are in for a tough battle.
Iowa 17, Indiana 15.
Minnesota (0-2, 2-3) at Purdue
The Boilermaker fans welcome
home new hero Jackson, who argu-
ably made the biggest tackle of
Purdue's season at Illinois.
It's time to stop celebrating. The
Boilermakers need another 100-yard
performance from running back Corey
Rogers and more eight-play, 80-yard
drives like the one Rich Trefzger en-
gineered to defeat the Illini.
Minnesota used three quarterbacks
in a loss to Indiana. Chris Darkins
stepped up last Saturday with 147y,
yards rushing. A repeat performance
might keep the Golden Gophers in the
Purdue 35, Minnesota 14.
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