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12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 28, 1994

Here are the new top 25 teams in college football and how they
fared this weekend. First place votes are in parentheses.

Team
1.
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4.
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6.
7.
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Nebraska (38)
Penn State (23)
Alabama (1)
Miami
Colorado
Florida
Florida State
Texas A&M
Auburn
Colorado State
Kansas State
Oregon
Ohio State
Utah
Arizona
Mississippi State
Virginia Tech
North Carolina
Virginia
Michigan
Southern Cal
Brigham Young
North Carolina State
Washington State
Duke

Record
12-0-0
12-0-0
11-0-0
8-1-0
10-1-0
9-1-1
9-1-1
10-0-1
9-1-1
10-1-0
9-2-0
9-3-0
9-3-0
9-2-0
8-3-0
8-3-0
8-3-0
8-3-0
8-3-0
7-4-0
7-3-1
9-3-0
8-3-0
7-4-0
83-0

How they fared
beat Oklahoma, 13-3
beat Michigan State, 59-31
idle
beat Boston College, 23-7
idle
tied Florida State, 31-31
tied Florida, 31-31
idle
idle
idle
beat UNLV, 42-3
idle
idle
idle
beat Arizona State, 28-27
beat Mississippi, 21-17

idle
idle
lost
idle
tied
idle

to N.C. State, 30-27
Notre Dame, 17-17

beat Virginia, 30-27
idle
idle

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AtIllete of 'the

Week

WHo: Mike Knuble
TEAM: Ice hockey
HOMETwWN: Caledonia, Mich.
YEAR: Senior
EuGIBIuY: Senior
WHY: Knuble tallied three goals and two assists at last weekend's College Hockey Showcase. The senior
right wing scored all of his goals Friday against Wisconsin, his first hat trick of the season.
BACKGROUND: Entering the season,.Knuble was Michigan's top returning scorer and was a member of the
All-CCHA second team in 1993-94. A fourth-round draft pick of the Detroit Red Wings in 1991, Knuble
has now notched 74 goals in his career.
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The Associated Press
After playing to a draw Saturday,
Florida and Florida State could be
headed for a rematch in the Sugar
Bowl.
If the Gators beat Alabama in the
Southeastern Conference champion-
ship game next Saturday, they might
meet the Seminoles again Jan. 2 in

New Orleans. Yesterday, both schools
and the Sugar Bowl said they wouldn't
object to a rematch.
"We would like to play in the Sugar
Bowl against Alabama or Florida," said
Wayne Hogan, Florida State's interim
athletic director. "If they invite us, we
would go."
Florida athletic directorJeremy Foley
said the Gators would be willing to
play any opponent selected by the Sugar
Bowl.
"It's their call," he said. "If we're
fortunate enough to beat Alabama
and go to the Sugar Bowl, we'll be
happy to play any team the Sugar
Bowl wants."
Troy Mathieu, the Sugar Bowl's
executive director, said his board of
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directors will meet this week to pick
the opponent for the SEC cham-
pion.
If No. 3 Alabama beats No.6 Florida
on Saturday, the Crimson Tide would
definitely play No. 7 Florida State in
the Sugar Bowl. But what if Florida
beats Alabama?
"There's obviously momentum
building for a possible rematch,"
Mathieu said. "Normally, you like to
avoid rematches. But because they
tied, we think there would be a lot of
interest in seeing them play again."
It wouldn't be the first same-season
rematch in a major bowl. After beating
Oklahoma 17-14 on Nov. 11, 1978,
Nebraska played the Sooners again in
the Orange Bowl. The Cornhuskers
lost the rematch, 31-24.
Of course, there won't be any chance
of a rematch this year unless Florida
wins the SEC title game.
"We've got a huge game to play
before we even think about playing in
the Sugar Bowl," Foley said.
Gators coach Steve Spurrier said he
wouldn't oppose a rematch with Florida
State, but emphasized that his current
focus in on Alabama.
"The biggest game this week is
Alabama," Spurrier said. "If we
don't win, we don't have to worry
about (the rematch) anyway. Our
biggest goal is to win the confer-
ence championship, and we're in
position to do that."

Many bowl matchups are already
set, but some were still unsettled yes-
terday.
Miami's 23-7 win over Boston
College virtually guaranteed the
fourth-ranked Hurricanes a berth in
the Orange Bowl against No. 1 Ne-
braska.
No. 2 Penn State will play No. 1:2
Oregon in the Rose Bowl, and Texas
Tech is going to the Cotton Bow,
where the Red Raiders will play Notre
Dame, No.18 North Carolina orNo.21
Southern Cal.
Those same three teams are possibfe
opponents for No. 5 Colorado in the
Fiesta Bowl.
Other projected matchups: Hall
of Fame (Wisconsin vs. Dukel;
Carquest (South Carolina vs. West
Virginia or Virginia Tech); Gatr
(Tennessee vs. West Virginia, Vir-
ginia Tech or North Carolina State);
Citrus (Florida-Alabama loser vsM
Ohio State); Peach (Mississippi
State vs. North Carolina State or
North Carolina); Independence
(Texas Christian vs. Virginia); Holi-
day (Michigan vs. Colorado State);
Aloha (Kansas State vs. Boston Cot-
lege); Las Vegas (Central Michigan
vs. UNLV); Freedom (Arizona v$.
Utah); Copper (Oklahoma vs. BYU);
Sun (Texas vs. North Carolina or
Southern Cal); Alamo (Baylor vs.0
Washington State); and Liberty (Il-
linois vs. East Carolina).

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