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18 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1997

Staff
Picks
- all picks made
against the
spread.
Game
Rose Bowl, Jan, 1- Michigan (-7 1/2) vs. Washington State
Las Vegas Bowl, Dec. 20 - Oregon (-3) vs. Air Force
Aloha Bowl, Dec. 25 - Washington (-4 1/2) vs. Michigan State
Motor City Bowl, Dec. 26 - Mississippi (-3) vs. Marshall
Insight.com (Copper) Bowl, Dec. 27 - Arizona (-10) vs. New Mexico
Independence Bowl. Dec. 28 - Louisiana State (-6 1/2) vs. Notre Dame
Sports Humanitarian Bowl, Dec. 29 - Cincinnati (-3 1/2) vs. Utah State
Carquest Bowl, Dec. 29 - Georgia Tech (-2 1/2) vs. West Virginia
Holiday Bowl, Dec. 30 - Colorado State (-5 1/2) vs. Missouri
Alamo Bowl, Dec. 30- Purdue (-3 1/2) vs. Oklahoma State
Sun Bowl, Dec. 31- Iowa (-3) vs. Arizona State
Liberty Bowl, Dec. 31 - Southern Mississippi (-8 1/2) vs. Pittsburgh
Fiesta Bowl, Dec. 31 - Kansas State (-3) vs. Syracuse
Outback Bowl, Jan. 1 - Georgia (-8 1/2) vs. Wisconsin
Gator Bowl, Jan. 1 - North Carolina (-12 1/2) vs. Virginia Tech
Citrus Bowl, Jan.*1 - Florida (-9 1/2u s. Penn State
Cotton Bowl, Jan. 1 - UCLA (-10) vs. Texas A&M
gar Bowl, Jan. 1- Florida'State (-6 1/2) vs. Ohio State
Peach Bowl, Jan. 2 - Auburn (-6 1/2) vs. Clemson
Orange Bowl, Jan. 2-- ANebraska (11 1/2) vs. Tennessee
Best Bet

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NICHOLAS J.
COTSONIKA

Washington State
Air Force
Washington
Mississippi
Arizona
Louisiana State
Utah State
West Virginia
Missouri
Oklahoma State
Arizona State
Southern Mississippi
Kansas State
Georgia
North Carolina
Florida
UCLA
Florida State
Auburn
Nebraska
U CLA
73-54-1
6-6

ALAN
GOLDENBACH
Michigan
Air Force
Michigan State
Marshall
Arizona
Notre Dame
Cincinnati
West Virginia
Missouri
Purdue
Arizona State
Pittsburgh
Syracuse
Georgia
Virginia Tech
Florida
U CLA
Ohio State
Auburn
Nebraska
Nebraska
62-65-1x
5-7

JOHN
LEROI

DANIELLE
RUMORE

Michigan
Air Force
Washington
Marshall
New Mexico
Notre Dame
Utah State
Georgia Tech
Colorado State
Purdue
Arizona State
Southern Mississippi
Kansas State
Wisconsin
Virginia Tech
Florida
U CLA
Florida State

Michigan
Air Force
Washington
Marshall
Arizona
Louisiana State
Cincinnati
Georgia Tech
Missouri
Purdue
Iowa
SouthernMississippi
Syracuse
Wisconsin
Virginia Tech
Florida
UCLA
Florida State
Auburn
Tennessee
Louisiana State
65-62-1

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Auburn

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Nebraska
Washington
63-644

Overall
Overall Best Bet

5-7

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COUGARS
Continued from Page 17
ranked offense and the nation's sec-
ond-best passer in Leaf. The
Cougars' passing game will be the
best the Wolverines have faced all
season. A hefty passing attack, atyp-
ical in the Big Ten conference, is
commonplace in the pass-oriented
Pac-10.
The game should prove to be quite
a battle between the Cougars' 344.5
passing yards per game and the
Wolverines' defense, which gives up
just 206.9 total yards per game. Leaf
has thrown for 33 touchdowns.
"We haven't seen a quarterback
like Ryan Leaf," Mayes said. "He
gets the ball to the receivers. They
spread you out. There is the greatest
potential for the big play. We're just
gonna stay together."
It can be argued that focus was one
of the primary reasons the Wolverines
were able to get to this point with an
undefeated record, despite the chal-
lenges posed by a rather hefty sched-
ule. The Wolverines started out the
season with big wins over Colorado

and Notre Dame before battling bask
from a 14-point deficit at halftime to
beat Iowa. Punter Jason Vinson said
that game proved to him that his sea-
son's squad had a legitimate shot,*
the Rose Bowl.
In order to keep the team focused
on the game, coach Lloyd Carr
announced shortly after the Ohio
State game that the Wolverines
would alter their usual bowl trip
schedule.
In the past, the Wolverines yould
practice during finals and leaveon
Christmas Day for the bowl game.
This year, the Wolverines will leay
Dec. 19, and will do almost all
their practicing in California. Carr
said that the move allows the football
team to concentrate on finals now
and then fully adjust to playing ina
foreign locale.
"It will give us a chance to get
adapted to the weather. Last year we
went to Tampa (in the Outback
Bowl), it was very hot and it took a
toll on us. This year, we'll get used t
the weather. We're not going to haW
any excuses. If they beat us, you
know, they beat us."

Washington State quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Ryan Leaf has emerged not only as a longshot to win the nation's most coveted individual honor, but also
as a possible top pick in next April's NFL Draft if he chooses to relinquish his final year of eligibility. The Junior has posted better numbers across the board than
Tennessee's Peyton Manning, the consensus All-America selection.

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FROM WINTE
TERM (DROP
ALL COURSE
FALL TERM
GRADES

Wolverine Access via the World Wide Web
http://waccess.umich.edu
WINTER TERM CLASSES BEGIN WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1998
M " Register or drop/add using Touch-Tone: Call 8-1881 (on campus)
ON (313) 998-1881 (off campus)
Touch-Tone will be available over the Winter Break.
Registration transactions available through Touch-Tone: INITIAL REGISTRATION
for classes, ADD a course, DROP a course, SWAP a course or sections of a course,
MODIFY a course, WAITLIST a course, DISENROLL for all courses prior to the
first day of classes.
DROP/ADD for Winter 1998 will be available through TOUCH-TONE from your
appointment time through January 27th (except during scheduled maintenance).
Access CRISPINFO through Wolverine Access on the World Wide Web (under
Student Business).
If you need to obtain an OVERRIDE for a class, you must 1) contact the department
to obtain an electronic override AND 2) access Touch-Tone to process an add.
L PLEASE NOTE: IN ACCORDANCE WITH REGENTS' POLICY, STUDENTS
ER WHO REGISTER AND SUBSEQUENTLY WITHDRAW AFTER THE
BEGINNING OF CLASSES WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE REGISTRATION
S) AND DISENROLLMENT FEES. THIS ASSESSMENT OF $130.00 FOR
WINTER TERM WILL BE MADE WHETHER OR NOT YOU ATTEND.
If you wish to disenroll from Winter term and avoid all charges, you must do so by
January 6, 1998. Either 1) send a letter to the University of Michigan, Office of the
Registrar, 1524 L.S.A. Bldg., Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1382, requesting disenrollment
from Winter term, postmarked no later than January 6, 1998, OR 2) access Touch-
Tone at (313) 998-1881 and at the menu press "7".
The dates to withdraw from Winter Term and pay only a $50 Disenrollment Fee and
an $80 Registration Fee are: January 7-27

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