and Wisconsin will be a
All picks made against
Home teams in CAPS.
*ichigan (-3) vs. WISCONSIN
Michigan State (-65) vs. ILLINOIS
PENN STATE (-26) vs. Indiana
PURDUE (-28) vs. Northwestern
OHIO STATE (-32) vs. Cincinnati
SYRACUSE (-11 .5) vs. West Virginia
Florida (-20) vs. KENTUCKY
Nebraska (-17) vs. MISSOURI
Arkansas (-3) vs. ALABAMA
florida State (-20) vs. NORTH CAROLINA
*olorado (-4) vs. WASHINGTON
UCLA (-1) vs. STANFORD
Miami (Fla.) (-11) vs. EAST CAROLINA
TEXAS A&M (-10.5) vs. Southern Miss.
Overall (ties omitted)
Howard and the Wolverines hope they can catch Wisconsin's Ron Dayne in the backfield. Dayne set the Big Ten all-time
ruhing record last weekend in a 17-12 loss to Cincinnati.
'M' football must stop Dayne
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Michigan linebacker James Hall
s "We have to try to get him before
bets started or get him to run to the
Ssee a guy, I don't care who he is
orow big he is," Gold said. "If he's in
my way, I'm either going to go through
hi or find a way around him."
:After three games in which the
oposing offense centered around a
quick quarterback (well, Rice's offense
d t center around anything),
PWigan opens the Big Ten season by
finally seeing a Big Ten-style team.
Which means physical, smash-
"This is probably going to be the
most physical game to date, and that's
scary," Hall said.
What might be more scary is the
Wolverines inability to put the ball in
the end zone.
"We're not scoring enough touch-
downs," Michigan coach Lloyd Carr
said. "We've had some execution prob-
"We've had some success throwing
the football, but we haven't hit the
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