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The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 3, 1997 - 11

Staff
Picks
- all picks made
against the
spread.
dame (HOME SEAM IN CAPS)
Michigan (-20) vs. INDIANA
MICHIGAN STATE (-24)v M.innesota
OHIO STATE (-4) vs. Iowva
Pen tte -21/2) vs. ILLNOIS
Wisconsin (-2 1/2) vs. NORTHWESTERN
Not lame(4) Vs. $TANFORD
Auburn (-7) vs. SOUTH CAROLINA
"LORIDA STATE;(-22)vs. Miamni (Fa.
NEBRASKA (-21) vs. Kansas State
WASHIGTON riznaStat
Best Bet
MOverall

'M' icers' Blue/White
game previews season

NICHOLAS J.
COTSONIKA

ALAN
GOLDENBACH

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LEROI

DANIELLE
RUMORE

Michigan
Minnesota
Iowa
p'erm State
Wisconsin
Notre Dame
Auburn
Miami(Ffla.)
Nebraska
Arizona tt'
Notre Dame
25-23

Michigan
MiChigarState
Iowa
Penn State
Northwestern
Notre Dame'
Auburn
Nebraska
Washing Cn
Miami (Fla.)
24-28

Indiana
Minnesota
Iowa
;Penn State
Wisconsin
Notre Dame
Auburn
Kansas State
Arizona State
Miami (Fla.)
2-8
25-23

Michigan
Michigan State
Ohio State
Penn State
Wisconsin
Stanford
Auburn
Miami (Fla.)
Nebraska
Arizona State
Wisconsin
2-8
19-29

By Fred link
Daily Sports Writer
After a week of official practice,
the players on the Michigan hockey
team are itching to play a game. In
Saturday night's 7 p.m. Blue-White
game, they'll get their chance - sort
of.
The crowd will be there, the band
will be there, and the score will be
kept. The only thing that will be miss-
ing is an opponent.
"The only difference is that we'll
be playing our own teammates so
we're not going to be trying to hurt
anybody," freshman Mark Kosick
said. "The score's going to be up on
the board and our team is going to
want to win for bragging rights."
Even though they won't face their
first real opponent for another week,
the players are looking forward to
getting the season started.
"It's kind of the kickoff to the sea-
son," senior Matt Herr said. "From
this point on until hopefully April 1,
you're going to be playing hockey
every weekend. (The Blue-White
game) is something that I look for-
ward to as the official start to the sea-
son."
With the departure of nine seniors
from last year's team, the Wolverines
will be looking to get contributions

from other places. For many plavers,
the Blue-White game will be their
first opportunity to prove that they're
ready to fill the void.
"There are a lot of question narls
on this team," Michigan coach Red
Berenson said. "And it's not just the
freshmen, but a lot of returning
upperclassmen. We need them' to
show us that they're ready to play a
.bigger role on this team than they
have up until this point."
For freshmen on the team the game
will also be their first chance to expe-
rience the atmosphere at Yost Ice
Arena.
"I remember back when I was ,a
freshman, the firsttime that I stepped
on the ice - even though it was a
Blue-White game, I don't know if
I've ever been more excited," junior
Bubba Bernzweig said. "For the 10
new guys stepping onto the ice listen-
ing to the band, it'll be a serious game
because they're going to be pretty
pumped up."
This year's game takes on added
significance because it is Michigan's
only chance to play in a game situa-
tion before playing Minnesota in the
Hall of Fame game in Minneapolis.
Typically, the Wolverines would play
a Canadian team as a tune-up before
their first game against an American
team, but this year, Michigan won't
play Toronto until after Minnesota.
"We're going to have to find out
what's wrong, now in the blue-white
game,' Herr said. "Minnesota is a
real big game for us. It'll be like mid-
season prime tilt."

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