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5 Michael Wiley
28 Jonathan Wells

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83 Vanness Provitt
75 Henry Fleming 64 Ben Gilbert 63 Kurt Murphy GOLecharles Bentley 77 Tyson Walter 84 Steve Wisniewski

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62 Adrien Clark 55 Tam Hopkins 78 Drew Elford 65 Mike Gurr 69 Jim Massey or 87 Kevin Houser
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5 James Whitley
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91 Josh Williams
99 Jake Frysinger
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51 Eric Brackins IC
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58 Rob Renes 94 Eric Wilson
95 Pat Kratus 96 Dave Petruziello

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3 Todd Howard
1 David Terrell

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56 James Hall
92 Dan Rumishek

5 Dhani Jones
38 Anthony Jordan

SS
41 Tommy Hendricks
1 DeWayne Patmon

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No. PLAYER
1 Gary Berry
2 Chad Eriksen
2 Michael Doss
3 David Mitchell
4 Ken-Yon Rambo
5 Michael Wiley
6 Cie Grant
8 Steve Bellisari
9 Ricky Bryant
10 Joe Cooper
11 Mike Young
12 Austin Moherman
13 Chad Cacchio
mbo 15 Scott McMullen
chio 16 Craig Krenzel
17 Percy King
18 Kelton Lindsay
19 Ahmed Plummer
20 Nate Clements
21 B.J. Sander
..°° 23 Matt Keller
25 Donnie Nickey
26 Andrew Schabo
27 Jerry Westbrooks
28 Jonathan Wells
29 Jesse Kline
30 Jason Ott
32 Na'il Diggs
33 Nate Stead
34 C.J. Moore
35 Matt Wilhelm
36 Pat O'Neill
38 Eric Klaban
39 Jamar Martin
41 Andre Griffin
42 Tony Locke
43 Derek Combs
44 Chris Kirk
46 Fred Pagac
47 Dan Stultz
48 Matt LaVrar
49 Tim Cheatwood
52 James Cotton
53 Ivan Douglas
54 Tim Anderson
54 Shelton Jones
55 Tam Hopkins
56 Cleyton Smith
56 Jim Kortovich
57 Julius Yeast
- 58 Courtland Bullard
- 59 Paris Long
60 Brent Johnson
61 John Bates
62 Adrien Clarke
63 Kurt Murphy
64 Ben Gilbert
65 Mike Gurr
66 Mike Jacobs
67 Matt Zahn
68 LeCharles Bentley
69 Jim Massey
70 Scott Kuhnhein
71 Ben Pulfer
72 Marcus Perez
73 Joe Brown
74 Eric Smith
75 Henry Fleming
76 Singleton Hicks
77 Tyson Walter
78 Drew Elford
79 Ryan Pickett
80 Reggie Germany
81 Dank Warnke
82 Drew Carter
83 Vanness Provitt
84 Steve Wisniewski
85 Marvin Payne
86 Sean Goldberg
87 Kevin Houser
88 Ben Hartsock
90 Clinton Wayne
93 Randy Homa
94 Rodney Bailey
95 David Thompson
96 Tony Eisenhard
97 Kenny Peterson
98 Mike Collins
. X99 Heath Queen

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1 De\Wayne Patmon

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6-4
6-4
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6-5
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A fter two-and-a-half months of
hard-hitting, chest-thumping, in-
your-face action, the 1999 col-
lege football season is grinding to a
halt. With many teams having only one
or two games remaining in their sea-
sons, the games increase in importance.
Not because the season's almost over.
Not because teams are jockeying for
bowl position. No,
the reason why
this week is so Berka
important is
because of the
rivalries that are
played. Unless
you are Michigan
State and Penn
State - who try
to invent a rivalrv
with each other TEEING
because all the OF
other schools in
the Big Ten look down on them - this
weekend is huge for campus pride and
morale. This week is Rivalry Week.
But what makes a good rivalry?
Good games between two highly com-
petitive teams? The proximity between
the two schools? The personalities of
their coaches?
There are many factors that make a
good rivalry. But which rivalry is the
best rivalry? Bored one night, I decided
to analyze a group of rivalries that have
been on the national forefront for years.
I decided to take a walk to clear my
head.
Of course, I started this little brain-
storming session by looking at
Michigan's upcoming game this season
against the Buckeyes. Michigan-Ohio
State has all the makings of a good
rivalry, as the two teams truly hate each
other with a passion and seem to take
great pleasure in screwing the other out
of good opportunities.
Michigan-Ohio State is also played
on grass outside in cold weather.
Weather that makes the bones chatter
and teeth freeze is always a plus as far
as rivalries are concerned.
But being a writer of the Michigan
Daily, it would be rather gameless to
rate a rivalry involving my school as the
best, so the Wolverines and Buckeyes
lose out.
Getting kind of hungry, I went to a
greasy spoon and heard the patrons dis-
cussing Auburn-Alabama. In a state
where there is really nothing to do but
watch this game, the intensity borders
on the insane. In fact, these schools
took a 40-year break from playing each
other earlier in the century because of

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the sheer hostility that the game caused
within the state.
But the Tiger-Crimson Tide matchup
has some flaws. First, the weather is
warm. No real rivalry game should be
played in warm weather; I don't care
where you are. Secondly, and most per-
tinent, the game is in Alabama. So
although the game is awesome, you still
have to live in Alabama afterward.
Some people at the tanning booth
were telling me that Florida State-
Florida is the best rivalry game, but
those people have absorbed too many
UV rays. While the Seminoles and
Gators have been two of the decade's
elite teams, they don't present the
national permanence which makes a
great rivalry.
Besides, Florida State was an all-
female school until the late 1940s.
While it would make for an entertaining
game, I'm pretty positive that the
Gators didn't play an all-girls team back
in the day. Society wasn't as liberated
towards women's sports back then. But
anyway, a rivalry which only dates back
50 years is not worthy of the title of
best rivalry.
If you go to a library, you'll hear peo-
ple talking about the Harvard-Yale
game in between pages of Plato. These
people will use big words - which I

won't use because I can't spell them -
when discussing how Harvard and Yale
is truly 'The Game'.
These bookworms do have points.
Harvard and Yale have been playing
each other since the 1870s. The schools
are very close in proximity, status and
athletic skill level.
But that skill level is nowhere near
good. In fact, the word bunk comes to
mind when talking about those teams.
No game consisting of teams that would

November 20, 1999
Around the Horn
The best nvalry in all the land? Iowa vs. Mnt

o STATE BUCKEYES

There are some great rivalries in college football, but one takes the cake - Minnesota versus Iowa. Why? They pl
Floyd, a pig. Well, actually it's a statue of a pig - the real pig died years ago.

have a hard time beating the
Daily IM flag football squad
rivalry.
So after I left the library, I
coffee shop and heard some
the Stanford-California gam<
how this would be a big gam
schools enjoy coffee but hav
different viewpoints on worl
Both the Cardinal and the
Bears have similar prowess c
ball field. Unfortunately for

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