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Octci W~3, 1999 - Football Saturf - TeIMichn D aily -v

4 - toe etwtegan Luny -UUUEWU iuay-tucioueri I,, isi.-i- --
Around the Horn
Car fai -;nzround ame reli fronstys strongin home stretch

Nick Saban has talked bforc
about thc C hurch of Vshat's
Iiappeing \ow----in refcr-
encee to keepinghits Sparts' focus
ott the upcoingiflriato But in the
long bee c h-It Rick
gion iithatccn- Freeman
tred around thei
ORsti %Otsi4,.
iL att oo Bse tatsm
hottcill I4'
bl fa oods gt d li
t l i l Fc i os tdSatn
th iiiO liope ntd. theyotolc
1013. Totaled, is itn both teanm;.IEven
ihiia n's rushinig oamie (mtotto: we
thinik xoe can. ietohintk noecan) nSa-
ally does better ihant that. iid that's
uone teamn. Thits oas two.
lie IBig len's goitndl attacks are
ntthe onily onies to be afflieted this
near, Mitre aniditmtre teatms are stuff-
ing lie bit, intl daring teatms to beat
theisthirouagh toeair
Ihis, of coarse, has not affected
lie Mountain NWest Contferenice,
ishere-all of its teams still play catch
until I a to.
Bat ini other legitiate contfer-
etces laud the Pac-10}I rushing
pattes are fizzling,
Nost here, of coarse, is it mtore
ohsvioas thtan in lie Midwest. Bin
Ion teams are starting to dig this
stltole forward pass thing. Rushing
yards per gamte are going dowst
Coiaches arc decrying it as though

speakinig of a tatioin that has lost its
mnorauls antd virtie
They tauik tif toe impendinig cold-
weather days like Biag preachers
focrteilinoa i ldgintnDay in the
not-tooi-ufistan ut titie. IThey say
lies 'II teed aruciintg gime. IThey
saytihingps like ocell pet a tishing
gatme otrwe'll diectyingtp
IThat list pleidge isas fromw
iliclite its ctoachIt.LIlitd Carr.
Nowher etlse isa sittple haundoff so
C art is ircltaiy to ar tyrimnsell
and Ihis icattiforiiaiood "rotund
iace it.I iiForts.terunitntg
itt c is a lit like religioiti It's goodi
'sir yitu,.andiit isill ;aci you througph
ciiio '8tiics.
Bitt --- nd Iep tlc s liiicinsitder
ithmti ctcs teliitis say this in a
cevie ice--it - it's a little boring
sitioeties
So ntiksvssMile tittes are gooid anud
the sun shines, Big Ton teams hiave
fotund lie bit s tilfeid itith ito many
mten. IThe dutiful good storks of
drass traps, dtses -atid even a
pitchout cor to -lave been forsak-
en for lie oohis, aahs atnd easy scores
of the air.
Nosw, quarterbacks Tont Brady and
Brett Hensotn shouldn't be burned at
lie stake for their perceived heresy
lao tne sould be able to decide
wthich one to barn first, anyssay).
Passing isuit the evil fiat Woody and
Bo made it oat to be.
But statybe Carr is right to offer
aphils teams's success for the gotod Iof
grountd gamtes in genteral. lie has to
be swillingp to till the fanstoi sleep itt
these texttihrce games to establish
the kind of grounud-pounding attack
that cats sate Michigan when coldf
ss iids sirl in \ttvemsbcr.
Iii trying toi establish a runnsing

game that doesn't also go exclasive-
Iy by the namse of Anthony Thomnas.
Carr has to he stilling to risk scores
of 20-8, 27-17, or 17-h against
teams like Illinois, Indiana anti
NoithIisesierns ts get 8B,1.Askews,
C harles Brike ori Walter Crotss theit
Other B flip Ioctachles till doiitle
Cart's glut:its make tat ssleticthe
siunshines -iit practice a life tif
viirta ows, sithoeddesn't have ttbe
te pritdigal situ, returnsintoi toe
outindtifamte ittly ishent the chill if
'.vnitctitr in PcnisisIsaitithrcatens.
Yes, it's burlap.
YesO. it's nut as hut is Brees to
Danitels. Bradv to Trtell ti c c i
Caset to Fields.
Buat ini ise Midst.t in lie ativ-
iting-gios Big Ion, it just mittih be
siltvattttslion s tisseoune neeids it
mtost.
Overshtadowted: Want to spcend
sitar life in the shados? Ask an
Alabamtaiilback namsed Shauin..
Boihato i eII isn't the best tailback
itse Crimsons Iide has, lie isnit even
the best tailback named Shaun (with
that exact spellinig, thatik you) at
Alabanma. Evsen better. he grew tip
loss than an hour's drive fhois
Knotxs lIe, Vennessee.
Alniost every day, he satn "Rocky
Tip" in class.
"I esettally press out of that,"
Bohanson told the Birmsinghams IAla. I
Nests.
But his classmsates frois Oak
Ridfge High School who toss slay.
for te s'olutteers dial Bosattois's
numtiber wsith rinig-encrtistedl finTeprs
ansd roisind hits of the natioisal tile
lie cisuld hasveston. 'ITles nigphticli
somsestore remsinding tin lie field
tottay. swhleu Alabamta tries ito beit
the Vitluteuers fcor lie first tiste
since 1994.
ll' Alabamsa pulls teijpset at
httoei ttwill protbablytmeathatli
Alexainler mtadfcesvnotte toise'II
near. Bitt Bothanson still hate to titus
out ifhits shados otne at a timie.
(let coot:PThanks to ESPN's S8
msilliton cosntract wtith toe the
Mloutin West Conferentce. lie set-
stork can nsove game times -- and
for the secotid week in a rotw, groggy
taillaer comsing home after 3.30
games can snooze on the sofa as Air
Force and another WAC opponent
1slide around the grass at Falcon
Stadium.

No. PLAYER
1 David Terrell
2 Cato June
2 Brandon Kornblue
3 Todd Hoard
4 ' Marquise Walker
6 Victor Hobton
6 Jonathan West
7 Diem Henson
8 Walter Cross
8 Ran Parini
9 DiAllo Johnson
10 Tom Brady
12 Brandon Williams
12 Mike Kaselitz
13 Jason Kapsnr
13 Brian Smalls
14 Andy Mignery
14 Dan Wi I as
15 DeWaynIe Potmon
t5 Trois l~nMester
16 John Navar'e
16 Bady Smih
17 Larry Foote
18 Ty 'cue Buler
18 Mark erai
19 oosld beilsty
19 Tad VarPel
20 Ian Gold
21 Jeremy LeSunr
22 Kevin Eryat
23 Dmeq Books
23 Cr agn
24 Chrebrk
25 Hayden Epsie
25 Michael Mannng
28 Julius Crry
28 Anh org Jordan
28 Scott Paniqie
29 Aaron 8ichards
29 yan Bead
30 Jon Sham
31 John Spytek
32 Anthony Thomas
33 Brent Cunmmings
34 Justin iargs
34 Phil Bra bbs
35 B.J. Askew
35 Blake Nasif
38 Aaron Shea
38 Bob Fraumiann
37 Kurt Andersor
38 Dight Moley
39 i-van Coleman
40 rie Rosel
41 Tommty Hendricks
42 Tate Scanski
43 Carl Diggs
44 Dasn Armstrong
45 Jeff Del Verne
45 Phillip Bracks
48 Andy Seler
49 MattI Johnson
49 Kirk Moundros
50 Jeff Smokeoitch
51 Eric Brckns
52 Chris Ziemann
53 Shntee Dr
54 Maurice Willams
SS Dhanu Jones
58 James Hall
57 ase Pearson
SB obens
59 Grady Brooks
59 Joseph Sro
60 Grant Bowrmarn
81 (yn Youngg
82 Courney Morgn
82 Brodie KVilan
83 Erir Warner
83 P.J. (wayna
84 Steve Frazier
64 Stephen Baker
6S Andy Brown
88 Kyle Froelich
87 Daid Bradt
68 Jhn Wood
89 Todd Mossa
70 Jeremy Miller
72 Ben Mast
73 Joe Denay
74 Demeterious Solomon
75 Adam Adkins
76 Steve Hutchnson
77 Tony Pape
78 Jonathan Goodwin
79 Jeff Backus
80 Tommy Huff
81 Bill Seymour
82 Joe Ghannam
83 Benie Joppru
84 Shamn Thompson
85 Marcus Knight
88 Gary Rose
89 Dei an Dubuc
90 Norman Boebert
91 Josh Williams
92 Dan umishek
93 Jason Ptak
94 Erie Wilson
95 Patrick Kratus
98 Dae Petruziello
97 Shamn Lazarus
99 Jake Frysinger

Pos.
WR
DB
BK
CB
WR
WR
LB
GB
RB
iS
WR
GB
GB
QB
QB
DB
QB
CB
FS
QB
QB
WR
LB
WR
QB
WR
GB
LB
DB
GB
P P
RB
SS
LB
FB
WR
PB
RB
LB
RB
RB
RB
PK
RB
WR
iB
LB
DT
LB
iB
DLB
s
iS
LB
DE-
PK
DB
DLB
SS
iB
LB
LB
DL
LB
OL
LB
RLB
DL
NT
DLB
LB
DL
NT
DL
DLB
OL
LB
DL
LB
DL
DL
DL
DL
L
BLLS
L
OL
Bk
Bk
L
Bk
Bk
OL
P
T
P
T
T
WR
DT
T
DL
DT
RLB
L
NT
E
D
E
E

H.
6-3
6-1
5-10
5-10
6-3
5-8
5-11
6-1
511
6-4
-t
6-2
8-3
65
5-11
6-4
6-6
59
6-4
8-0
8-0
8-3
6
8-3
6-1
8-5
6-2
6-1
5-10
8-1
61
810
511
8-3
61
8-2
8-2
8-0
8-0
60
58
510
8-0
8-4
8-2
511
8.1
6-2
63
8-0
8-5
8-3
6-4
8-1
8-0
8-3
8-2
-t
8-2
63
S-1
6-3
61
510
62
8-0
62
6-7
61
65
62
6-3
63
61
62
510
63
60
-2
63
65
511
64
6-
6-3
64
6-4
6-4
63
6-0
6-4
6-7
67
6-3
65
6-7
6-4
6-6
6-2
6-3
5-11
64
6-4
61
64
6-4
6-4
6-3
6-3
6-2
6-4
6-3
6-4
6-3
6-4

WT. EIG.
198 So.
201 ir
180 Sr.
178 So.
189 So.
177 Jr
190 Jr.
229 Fr.
192 So.
221 So.
196 So.
172 Jr.
189 Sr.
213 Sr.
180 ir.
195 ir.
223 Jr.
170 ir
225 ir.
t85 Jr.
181 Jr.
200 So.
220 ir.
210 So.
211 So.
200 Fr.
196 Sr.
175 ir.
179 So.
213 Sr.
177 ir.
183 Sr
175 i-.
187 Jr.
185 i-i
194 So
204 So.
180 i-.
215 So.
250 So.
170 Jr.
203 r.
190 ir.
217 i-.
221 Jr.
180 ir.
185 So
170 Jr.
210 ir.
185 ir.
251 Sr
220 So.
272 So.
219 ir.
258 So.
225 So
215 Sr.
190 Sr.
220 r.
260 ir.
210 Jr.
190 ir.
234 Jr.
186 Sr
210 ir.
225 Sr.
229 So.
288 Sr.
220 ir.
283 Jr.
225 Sr.
257 Sr.
240 ir.
288 Sr
250 Jr.
200 ir.
258 ir.
264 So
3t8 ir.
226 'o.
275 Jr.
216 So.
288 Sr.
230 Fr.
285 ir.
299 Fr.
293 Jr.
242 ir,
291 So.
234 So
284 So.
293 ir.
260 F.
280 So,
296 Jr,
290 i-.
290 Jr.
288 Jr.
190 Fr.
248 So,
175 Fe
251 Fr
243 So.
181 S.
263 So.
224 Fr.
251 Fr
279 S.
251 Fr.
292 r.
279 Jr.
265 r.
267 Fr.
227 Fr
272 Jr.

RBYNKj, 32 wAnony Tomas
ELVL]8 bWaltr(inst

WOLVERINES

When- Michigan has the ball

FB K~.~36 Aaron Shea
39 Evan Coleman

SE
1 David Torei
9. tilo 1i

QB1'< 10 Tow Biady~
L or 7 GuewnseH

RT
72 Beo last
54 NTi ', ,t'

KG. C LG LT
52 Chis benn 67"aSiidiant.76S tuHutnor 79 eff ticus
78 } u..'d°,in64Scue r azset 69 suSdiMosst 73 -oe Dtray

TE
84 Sboys
818 cilSymou

FL
85 PlKight
CB
29 Jc ii 5rA
28 _ c;

CB
33 oy9 fn
8B ryo,' e

951R
97 )
LB
48DannyiClar
47 Moi Ln

DE .DT DT DE
s-sel ono 961Bradownore91 1i to I99 F-oSWakefid
annEelart 70% at artn 2K,.'o as 900RobyiLong

LBA
41ErcGete
30 RotFaki

55
24 Ai la
39 Cro atmr

LB
52 MikeYouo
20 EricGarirtt
FS
7 Muhammad A55' ah
1 MauiJacks on

11 i

Anthony Thomas can't be the entire ground attack if Michigan is to regain ihe
momentum it had leading up to the Michigan State game.

ILast steek.,XAirr-f i tos staialuti
stas neatly emspty as the Falcons
tried usitomutnt a comtieback apalist
CUtaftat c lose o Itt1 easterni ifat li (t
iti tuAd just it case utu suie ssas
itswake, Air VFrce ti echditi Mutiits
comteback tututhe suutus ctsoych dfield
by tusutug .. it's triptle opiloni attack.
That's so WAC:Flue \Westorn
Athletic Consforensceis expected to
expand to the northwest ansd south-
east prior to the 2001 seasons when
it adds Louisiana Tech and Boise
State. The addition of Louisiana
Tech satisfies concerns of the con-
ference's eastern memberssswtile
Boise State is the host team of the

flan itarian i fuss
The Bronucous alsoitntciiia-blue
artificialh-turf filduohu ithe conuference.
fake lti hatiuntinsiWest.
NoutcoL Thek f 0K iiis Cut' Star
reported Viedniesdaihat luauelucI1up 12
championshuipt gate ssill be platyed
outdoors forthue first lute netesar.
at Acrosshead Siacfiuiti1 in Kanisas
Civy. .'flue 4-3 Buckeyes cotuld
conceivably asiss a bosslIgause for
the first timse Iis decade. Since thes
played ini a so-called preseason panic
-the Kickoff Classic against
Miami, Fla.- No. 22 Ohio State
must stin sevens games to be eligible
for a bowl. Since tswo of their four
remaining games are uagalist
Michigant and Michigan State, they
can't rest as easy as they usually
could sesen pauses ito the season.
Hell, seven gamses into the past four
seasons, theytve had a bowl paine all
but wrapped up. The Hurricanes,
(who beat Ohio State in that Kickoff
Classic) at 2-3 are also in jeopardy
of missing a bossl, ishich could set
back their rebuilding hopes a year or
two.
--Rick F-teacn b ii e reese/ed tics
e-maoil/t iiiii fi eeusi tttior.elis.

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