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vember 7. 1998 -

8 - The Michigan Daily - Footbal Saturday - November 7, 1998

1998 MICHIGAN ROSTER

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Close- out
Outlet Shop
Located right next to our
N. University store inside
Hamilton Square

Player
Terrell, Dave
June, Cato
Kornbtue, 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, Jason
Mosely, Dwight
Coleman, Evan
Rosel, Eric
Hendricks. Tommy
Schanski, Tate
Chandler, Jared
Copenhaver, Clint
Armstrong, Dave
Petterson, Darren
Baker, Kraig

Pos. Ht. Wt.
WR 6.3 198
CS 6.1 201
PK 5-10 180
CB 5-10 178
WR 6.3 189
CB 5-6 162
CB 5-11 190
ILB 6.1 229
TB 5-8 174
QB 64 221
RB 5-11 196
FS 6-2 172
WR 63 189
QB 6-5 213
QB 6-4 214
QB 6-6 223
CB 6-0 185
FS 6-0 181
WR 6-3 210
ILB 6-1 211
P 6-3 187
CB 510 186
QB 6-2 196
RB 5-10 179
ILB 6.1 213
WR 6-0 183
CB 60 189
RB 5-10 193
PK 6-2 194
CB 6-2 204
SS 6-0 180
FB 6-2 245
LB 6-0 215
FB 6-0 250
SS 6-0 204
WR 5.8 170
CB 6.1 186
SS 5-10 183
RB 6-2 221
RB 5-9 189
RB 6-1 185
RB 6-2 218
TE 6-5 251
LB 6-3 220
DT 6-4 272
P 6-2 201
LB 6-1 219
FB 6-0 258
OLB 6-3 225
FS 6-2 215
CB 5-11 190
PK 6-1 170
OLB 6r4 248
DE 6-3 260
WR 5-10 179
PK 6.1 186

Sechler, Andy
Feely, Jay
Johnson, Matt
Carpenter. Chad
Brackins, Eric
Ziemann, Chris
Moundros; Kirk
Williams. Maunce
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

OLS 6-1 234 So.

5-10
5-10
6.4
6.2
6-7
6-2
6-5
62
6-3
6-2
6-1
62
6-3
6-0
6-3
6-3
6-5
5-11
6-4
6-5
6-4
6.4
6.4
6-3
6-0
6-7
6-4
6-7
6-3
6-3
6.5
6-7
6-4
6-6
6-5
6-3
6-4
6-4
6.1
6-4
6-6
6-4
6.4
6-4
6-3
6-3
6.2
5-11
6-4
6-3
5.11
6.4
6-3
6-4
6.0

199 Sr.
186 Jr.
258 So.
229 Fr.
288 Jr.
210 Fr.
283 So.
225 Jr.
257 Jr.
244 Sr.
288 Jr.
250 So.
285 Sr.
264 Fr,
226 Fr.
279 Fr.
275 So.
216 Fr.
288 Jr.
232 Fr.
299 Fr.
293 So.
242 Fr.
291 Fr.
235 Fr.
293 Jr.
284 Fr.
293 Fr.
285 Fr.
280 Fr.
296 So.
294 Sr.
296 Sr.
288 So.
248 Sr.
248 Fr.
251 Fr.
243 Fr.
181 Jr.
194 Sr.
256 Sr.
224 Fr.
263 Fr.
276 Sr.
279 Jr.
271 Fr.
241 Sr.
225 So.
279 So.
265 Jr.
210 So.
267 Fr.
227 Fr.
272 So.
225 Jr.

Mfter six-game hiatus, Ray
returns to Michigan n defense

By SharatRaju
Daily Sports Editor
Six weeks have passed. The mid-
way point of the season came and
went. That means two thin'gs -
Marcus Ray can play and the real
season begins.
The Michigan safety, after being
suspended by the University and the
NCAA for involvement with a sports
agent last summer, returns to 22nd-
ranked Wolverines and begins
tomorrow against No. 9 Penn State.
A lot has happened since then. The
Wolverines won all six of their
games despite sloppy play and con-
ditions. The total defense improved

dramatically from 96th in the coun-
try to 14th. The Wolverines have
reemerged into the national picture.
Now Ray - who was relieved of
his tri-captain title following his sus-
pension - will join a unit that has
carried the Wolverines in the past
four games.
Marcus "has had a good attitude
towards all this," Michigan corner-
back Andre Weathers said. "He's
ready to contribute."
But that's about all anyone has
heard about Ray.
How much will he impact the
defense?
How much will he play?

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Will he play at all?
Michigan coach Lloyd Carr has
the answers but also has been tight-
lipped about the whole situation.
At the weekly Big Ten media tele-
conference, Carr refused to comment
about Ray at all.
Regardless of whether or not Ray
will have an impact, the Wolverines
(5-0 Big Ten, 6-2 overall) have much
more to worry about. Namely, Penn
State (3-1, 6-1).
"This year Penn State is a lot bet-
ter than last year," Weathers said.
"Their defense is attacking, their
offense is moving the ball. We have
to have a total team effort in order to
overcome Penn State."
Everyone remembers last season's
game, billed by the media as
'Judgment Day.' No. 1 Penn State,
undefeated and playing the friendly
confines of Beaver Stadium, were
embarrassed by a confident Charles
Woodson-led Michigan, 34-8.
But with Woodson's departure
from the secondary after last season,
the defensive backs have had diffi-
culty in regaining that swagger.
"From the beginning, we have
improved a lot since then," Weathers
said. "We're coming together and
we're improving every game."
But the Wolverines haven't played
a challenging opponent since Ray
left after the Notre Dame game.
"A lot of people counted us out
because we lost the first two games
early," Weather said. "And we strug-
gled here and there but one good
thing is that we believe in ourselves
and that's all that matters."

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