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12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 1, 1996

MATCHUPS
Continued from Page 10
The key for Michigan is time of posses-
sion, If the Wolverines' offense has success
mov ing the ball, their defense will be rest-
ed ini the fourth quarter -- and more likely
to stuff Irvin arnd Goulbourne during
crunch time.
If Michigan's offense can't keep the ball,
its defense will be hunt~ out to dry like for-
gotten laundrv.
Adv antage:
MICHIGA'.N STATE PASSING OFFENSE VS.
MICII i(AN PASSING DFFENSE:
After returning to the lineup three games
ago, Michigan State quarterback '[odd
Schultz has completed 48 of 66 pass
attempts foi- 730 yards and four touch-
downs.
You don't have to be a nuclear physicist
to see he's on a roll.
In Derrick Mason (561 yards onl 32
catches), the Spartans have the best wide
receiv er in tomorrow's game. Whein
Michigan State receiver Octavis L ong
touches the ball, he normally runs for a
quarter of the football field. He is averag-
ing 25.3 yards per reception.
Michigan cornerback Charles Woodson
leads a secondary that has eight intercep-
tions onl the season and has been -,ood with
the exception of the fourth quarter against
Northwestern.
Still, Schultz is primarily responsible for
Michig~an State's current three-ga. me wi-
ning streak, and he'has the ability to exploit
Michigzan's defensive backs.
Woodson isii't happy with this pick.
Adv antage:
SPF;AL IEAM y
Michigan State enjoys a slight adv antage
in both phases of the kicking game. The
Spartans' Chris Gardner (13-of-I17 field
<oals made) is more consistent than
Michigan's Remy H amilton (lI-of- 16).
Michigan State pun11ter Paul Edinger (40.4
yard average) is better than the Wolverines'

Paul Peristeris (37.9 y ard aveg)
Mason is the Spartans' &:p hratI o
punt and kickoff returns andl h is ori.puant
return for a touchdow~n. I loxwex r, his I I.<
and 1-5.8 averages on punt anid kickoftf
returns. respecti ely. are hardly execth
Ads ant age:
EVEN
Due to the Spartans" recent resui- raA
many are picking thaem to upset thle
Wolv erines for the third time in four yeatrs.
This talk is premature..
While Michigan tate is certainly capa-
ble of wvintling tomorrowv, the Wolverines
hav e two important intangible rrdx antagesc
-the game is at Michigan Stadium and
Michigan lost last year in last ILansing.
As long as it doesn't sit oin its hands all
afternoon, the home crowd fig~ures to be'
worth something for Michi an. Ad 1I
year's defeat at Michigan Stehate
Wolverines in a surly mood.
As a final point, remember: [h~lis is {a
Michigan State team that lost at home to,
LouiSx ille 4a month ago.
1.OuiSVille stinks.
PREDIION: Miclaian- 34. NIichigan
State 2 1

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Tomorrow
Men's cross country at Big Ten
championships, Bloomington, 10
a. mn:
Women's cross country at Big Ten
championships, Bloomington, 10
a.m. .
Yolleyball at Michigan State, East,
Lansing, 7 p.m. '
Hockey at Michigan.State, East ,
Lansing, 7 p.m.
Football vs. Michigan State,
Michigan Stadium, noon.
Men's tennis at District IV champi-x
onships. East Lansing, all day
Sunday
Field hockey vs. Iowa. Ocker Field.,
noon.
Soccer vs. Valparaiso, Michigan
Soccer Field, 2 p.m.

MICHIGAN (-8 1/2) VS. Michign5t. Michigan St. Michigan Michigan St.'
OHIO STATE (-3 ,;vs.rinnsoa ho StaeOhio State Ohio State
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WISCONSIN (-12) vs. Purdue Purdue Wisconsin Wisconsin
SFLORIDA (-34) vs. Georgia Florida Florida Florida
.PENNSYLVAINIA (-12)vsYaeal Pennsylvania Yale
~ ~ a 9 ,0a.Ott'.4
CLINTON (-43 1/2 states) vs. Dole Clinton Dole Clinton
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C Overall Best bet 6-2 44 4-4

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