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Player
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, DiAllo
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, Demitrius
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, Jaso
Mosely, Dwight
Coleman, Evan
Rosel, Eric
Hendricks. Tommy
Schanski. Tate
Chandler, Jared
Copenhaver.DClint
Armstrong, Dave
Petterson, Darren
Baker, Kraig

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WR 6.3
CB 6-1
PK 5-10
CB 5-109
WR 6.3
CS 5.69
CB 5-11a
ILB 6-1
TB 5-81
QB 6.4
RB 5.111
FS 6-2
WR 6-31
QB 6.5
QB 6-6
CB 6-0
FS 6.0
WR 6-3
ILB 6-1
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CB 5-10
QB 6-2
RB 5-10
ILB 6-1
WR 6-0
CS 6-0
RB 5-10
PK 6-2
CB 6-2
SS 6-0
FB 6-2;
LB 6-0
FB 6-0
SS 6-0
WR 5-8
CB 6-1
SS 5-10
RB 6-2
RB 59
RB 6-1
RB 6-2
TE 6.5
LB 6-3
DT 6-4
P 62
LB 6-1
FB 6-0
OLB 6-3
FS 6-2
CS 5-11
PK 6-1
OLB 64
DE 6-3
WR 5-10
P1K 61

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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 Sharat Raju
Daily Sports Editor
If there has been anyone who
seems like they'ye been bred to do
something, it's Indiana football
coach Cam Cameron. See for your-
self:
He's from Terre Haute, Ind. - as
'Hoosier' as a town can be - where
his dad coached football at Indiana
State.
He went to Indiana. Played bas-
ketball for Bobby Knight and foot-
ball for Lee
Corso.
He is married
to a girl from
Bloomington. 1
Even his hair
is Hoosier red.
In short, there -
is no other perfect
candidate to lead
the Hoosiers into
respectability on Cameron
the gridiron.
Not to mention that he is a pretty
remarkable coach. In only his second
season at the helm, teams are fearing
the Hoosiers.
Indiana has been in a position to
win each of its six games, blowing
late-game leads each time. A 3-3
record overall (1-2 Big Ten) is
already better than last year's 2-9
finish.
"I'm satisfied we're heading in
the right direction," Cameron said.
The path back to Bloomington
took two significant detours, howev-
er. After graduating in 1983 from
Indiana, Cameron considered taking
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Continued from Page 4
from his quarterback might get even
Lloyd Carr smiling. OK, maybe not. But
it would go a long way toward a
Michigan victory.
EDGE: MICHIGAN
SPECIAL TEAMS
Jay Feely hit a clutch field goal last
week, which was just this side of
remarkable considering that the turf
conditions had only gotten worse since
his two early misses. Jason Vinson was
Carr's designated "he-had-his-best-
game-at-Michigan" player of the week.
Sophomore placekicker Andy Payne
could be a good one for the Hoosiers.
He's connected on eight of nine field
goals this year, and is the Big Ten's
fourth-leading scorer.
On the other hand, Indiana lists
exactly zero punters among the league's
top 10. Of 11 teams.
EDGE: MICHIGAN
INTANGIBLES
The Wolverines have the crowd, the
momentum, the all-important running
game and a shot at the Big Ten title. The
Hoosiers have Randle El, the option, the
other Randle El and the pick-and-roll.
EDGE: MICHIGAN
PREDICTION: MICHIGAN 30, INDIANA 20

a job somewhere as an assistant
coach.
So, he talked to Bobby Knight,
who felt Cameron should become a
basketball coach.
Cameron wanted to coach foot-
ball, so Knight just called up Bo
Schembechler at Michigan.
The next day, Cameron was hired
as a graduate assistant for the
Wolverines.
Cameron gained experience
under the legendary Schembechler
and then successor Gary Moeller.
But Cameron credits his own coach-
ing skill to someone else.
"I had the privilege of working
with Lloyd" Carr, Cameron said. "I
was lucky to watch Lloyd. He taught
me how to coach."
Carr and Cameron were assistants
together for the Wolverines in the
early 1990s.
In those 10 seasons together, the
Wolverines went to five Rose Bowls,
won six Big Ten championships, and
only once ended up .500 or worse.
While Carr handled the defensive
coaching responsibilities, Cameron
was the quarterback coach.
He had a significant role in the
development of future NFL signal-
callers Jim Harbaugh, Elvis Grbac
and Todd Collins, not to mention
working with a slew of dangerous
wide receivers including Desmond
Howard.
After his successful 10-season
stint with the Wolverines, Cameron
was snatched up by the professional
ranks.
The Washington Redskins hired

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him as a quarterbacks coach. During
his three seasons, the Redskins
improved each year, starting at 3-13
in his first season to 6-10 in the next
and 9-7 in the third.
It's hard to say just how much
Cameron's presence influenced the
improvement, but it was enough to
earn him the head coaching job back
in Bloomington in 1997.
At Indiana, he made some
changes.
The Astroturf was removed from
Memorial Stadium. The uniforms
were changed, including adding a
black helmet.
The traditional 'IU' logo also
changed.
But the biggest change is the suc-
cess Indiana has had this season,
leading the Big Ten in rushing
offense and in the top five in passing
offense.
Fittingly from Cameron's stand-
point, Indiana's success has been
behind a freshman quarterback -
Antwaan Randle El.
This weekend's game at Michigan
(3-0, 4-2) marks Cameron's first
return back to Ann Arbor as a coach.
The Hoosiers have proved that they
are dangerous and on the verge of
something big.
Could the next big step for the
program be getting a victory in
Michigan Stadium?
"We all know one thing in this
league, Lloyd's going to make it dif-
ficult for us," Cameron said.
So far this season, it's Cameron
who's been making it difficult for
everyone else.

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