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Terrell, Dave
June. Cato
Kornblue, Brandon
Howard. Todd
Walker, Marquise
Downs, David
Whitley. James
Hobson, Victor
Edwards, Manus
Henson, Drew
Cross. Walter
Parini. Ryan
Johnson, DiAilo
Brady. Tom
Dreisbach, Scott
Kapsner. Jason
Williams, Dan
Patmon, Dwayne
Smith, Rudy
Foote. Larry
Sargent. Cory
Brown. LeAundre
Bergin. Mark
Van Pelt. Tad
Gold. Ian
Bryant, Kevin
Peterson. William
McCall, Patrick
Epstein. Hayden
Manning, Michael
Curry, Julius
Smith, Denitrius
Jordan. Anthony
Panique. Scott
Ray. Marcus
Richards, Aaron
Weathers, Andre
Jackson,.Kenneth
Thomas. Anthony
Williams, Clarence
Fargas, Justin
Jackson, Ray
Shea, Aaron
Frauman, Bob
Anderson, Kurt
Vinson, Jason
Mosely, Dwight
Coleman, Evan
Rosel, Eric
Hendricks, Tommy
Schanski, Tate
Chandler. Jared
Copenhaver, Clint
Armstrong. Dave
Petterson. Darren
Baker, Kraig

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CB 61 2
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WR 6-3 V
CB 5-6
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ILB 6-1 2
TB 581
QB 6-4
RB 5-111
FS 6-2 1
WR 631
QB 6-5
QB 6-4
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ILB 6-12
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QB 6-2
RB 5101
ILB 6-12
WR 601
CB 6-01
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CB 622
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FB 6-2
LB 6-0
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RB 5.9
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LB 6-3
DT 64
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OLB 6.3
FS 6-2
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PK 6-1
OLB 6-4
DE 6-3
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Sechler, Andy
Feely, Jay
Johnson, Matt
Carpenter. Chad
Brackins, Eric
Ziemann, Chris
Moundros, Kirk
Williams, Maurice
Jones, Dhani
Hall, James
Singletary, Chris
Renes. Rob
Brooks. Grady
Miller. Nate
Young, Cyle
Killian. Brodie
Malacos Jake
Warner. Eric
Cwayna, P.J.
Frazier. Steve
Baker. Dennis
Froelich. Kyle
Brandt. David
Wood. John
Mossa, Todd
Miller, Jeremy
Potts. Jeff
Mast. Ben
Denay, Joe
Brooks, Jason
Adkins. Adam
Hutchinson. Steve
Jansen.,Jon
Parker, Noah
Backus. Jeff
Tuman. Jerame
Seymour. Bill
Joppru. Bennie
Thompson. Shawn
Knight. Marcus
Streets. Tai
Campbell. Mark
Dubuc,.Deitan
Rose. Gary
Feazell, Juaquin
Williams. Josh
Rumishek, Dan
Sword, Sam
Roth. Chris
Wilson. Eric
Kratus. Patrick
Del Verne. Jeff
Petruziello.Dave
Lazarus. Shawn
Frysinger, Jake
Smokevitch, Jeff

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By Tracy Sandier
Daily Sports Writer
More than 110,000 fans screaming
and singing "Hail to the Victors" in
Michigan Stadium can be daunting for
an opposing team, especially when 12
months of bragging rights are at stake.
Gloating plays a large part in the
100-year-old rivalry between
Michigan and Michigan State, and it
always has.
"It's a special event,' said former
Michigan offensive lineman Jim
Brandstatter, the Wolverines' color
analyst on WJR radio. "You wear your
heart on your sleeve, and your heart is
either green and white or maize and
blue."
Today's game is important to both
teams, and the fans will play a key
part.
"Playing at home in the Big House
with 111,000, that crowd should be
into the game," Michigan fullback
Aaron Shea said.
Former Michigan football coach Bo
Schembechler said the rivalry is more
prevalent in the fans' mind during the
game than in the players.
"In every law office, in every
school, and in every business office,
you're either Michigan or -Michigan
State. There's a great, intense rivalry
among the fans," Schembechler said.
When talking about a rivalry of this
magnitude, a "normal" concept of fans
may not always apply. Case in point:
Johnny Spirit, who spends his days sit-
ting in front of Sparty the Statue to
ensure that no Michigan fan defaces it.
"We just watch it," Spirit said: "The
people who guard it are the paid peo-
ple who carry the guns and have the
bulletproof vests. We just sit out here
and have fun."
Although both the block "M" on the

Diag and the sidewalk in front of the
C.C. Little Building were defaced by
bleeding-green fans, Spirit claims the
Spartans have no reason to mar
University property.
"There's really nothing at Michigan
worth doing anything to," Spirit said.
"There's really nothing here. We're all
good sports, but sometimes people
from Michigan will come up and try to
be poor sports."
Once gameday rolls around, Spirit's
duties change a little. Fans will see him
cycling around Ann Arbor, painted
green and cheering on his team.
"I don't sleep before a game," Spirit
said. "I usually sleep during the game,
honestly. It takes me about six to seven
hours to get dressed, and then I go to
the game. I'll be painted green and
white from head to toe. My coined
phrase is 'Sparty on."'
There is one thing that both fans can
agree on: They don't like each other.
"Michigan's got a serious problem
when it comes to football games,"
recent Michigan State alumnus Bryan
Mauro said. "Their fans are horrible to
Michigan State fans. They've got kind
of big heads. Hopefully, we'll go in
there and show them what's up."
Can you feel the love yet?
"Anytime you're in your home stadi-
um, it's always a benefit," said
Michigan quarterback Tom Brady.
"You don't have to deal with the crowd
noise, and the momentum swings are
magnified so much more.
"It is big for the fans, because you're
jawing back and forth before, during
and after the game," Brady said.
Many Michigan State students said
the Wolverines' fans are just not nice.
In the eyes of State fans, Wolverine
fans are sore winners and losers.
"When we lose, we're nice about it,"

Michigan State junior Kim Woc
said. "When they win, they ki
make such a big deal and are k
mean to everybody. We like it wi
win, but we don't rub it in their
- at least a lot of us don't."
There are two sides to every s
"They have to get used to a
season, so they've got to cheer a
time," said Michigan baseball p
Mike Norkus, an LSA sophomor
Michigan baseball pitcher
Cranson, an LSA junior, pointe
the logic in his teammate's reaso
"We expect to beat Michigan S
Cranson said. "It's part of the se
If we lose, we'll be upset, but thei
take it a little bit more seriously.
LSA senior Jennifer McCread
Wolverine fans prove their dedic
through consistent home attendar
"A lot of people did suddenly
tickets, because they won last
McCready said. "But, Mic
Stadium has always been sold

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