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ISCONSIN 16

rrell first to test
lebration rule
Wlatk reached the sideline.
irts Editor "I was mad, I'm still mad and I'm
SON - Michigan coich going to be mad," Carr said. "Thus far,
r has been supportive ofthis we've been a very disciplined football
stricter NCAA rules on payer team, and David's penalty is not charac-
tions. But that was befoe his teristic of our team."
as slapped with one of tie 15- Terrell, despite his strong showing,
nalties. had the sound of someone who was in
same rule that gave Michigan a the doghouse after the game.
start on its game-winniig drive "I live and learn offofit,"Terrell said.
Notre Dame worked .he other "I'm in trouble, though:"
n Saturday, when widk receiver DIALLo DELIVERS: Wide receiver
Terrell was flagged forexcessive DiAllo Johnson, who had been quiet so
n after one of his many far this season, came up with a big play
yve receptions. on Saturday. Johnson, who had offsea-
ding 14-9, the penaly was detri- son knee surgery and just one reception
Ibecause it moved thl Wolverines coming into Saturday's game, caught
field goal range anc they did not the deciding touchdown pass from
on a possession when points Michigan quarterback Tom Brady in the
have been crucial. third quarter.
how do you feel about the rule It was a slant-and-go route, with
oach? Johnson faking a quick slant pattern,
ortsmanship is inportant, and I receiving a pump fake from Brady, and
e college game ' trying to set an then running deep. It worked to perfec-
I or young kids," Carr said. "I tion, as Wisconsin cornerback Mike
ntent of the rule is good, but Echols bit on the fake and couldn't
ate to see a game impacted catch up with Johnson in time to bat
of it" down tIle 23-yard toss. The play was set
ell, one of the more flamboyant up by the overly aggressive Wisconsin
rs of the team, had just made a defensive backs, who had been over-
i catch on the right sideline when playing slant routes for much of the day.
: the flag. After the catch, he "They had been coming tip on the
up, placed his hands on his hips slants the whole game," Johnson said.
luted the Camp Randall crowd. "We were just begging Coach Carr to
lowed shortly thereafter. call the slant-and-go."
's ppened pretty quick," Terrell BARRY IN THiE Box: Wisconsin
e play. He also half-heartedly coach Barry Alvarez, hobbled by knee
that he was just reaching to put surgery earlier in the week, was forced
thpiece in his faccmask, rather to coach his team from the pressbox.
uting - a claim that replays And Alvarez, just four wins away from
disprove. An angry Carr came becoming the Badgers' winningest
meet Terrell before he had even coach, had a tough time not being down
BRc.

LOUIS BROWN / Dai
Celebrating this 40-yard reception earned David Terrell a penalty for unsportsman-
like conduct in the third quarter.

on the field with his team.
"It's very difficult," Alvarez said. "I
just have so much energy pent up
because I can't walk around. I haven't
spent my emotions."
Carr sympathized with Alvarez and
his players.
"Those kids are used to seeing Barry.
down there," Carr said. "Because
they're accustomed to that, it might be
tough (not to have him down there)."
RUNNING Wos CONTINuE: For the
third straight game, Michigan's ground

game has been inetfective. After rushing
for 132 yards in the season opener
against Notre Dame, running back
Anthony Thomas was held to just 46
yards on 22 carries - n average of 2.1
yards per carry.
This area continues to be a concern
for Carr, especially as the weather wors-
ens and passing the ball becomes more
difficult.
"You're going to come to a point
where you have to run the ball," Carr
said.

BADGERS
Cotntned from Pae 1B
Forty-five of Michigan's 94 total yards
on the ground came courtesy of wide
receiver David Terrell, who scoredt
Michigan's second touchdown on a
spectacular double-reverse that caught
the Wisconsin defense off guard.
With 1:19 remaining in the first quar-
ter, Brady pitched the ball to Anthony
Thomas, who began running around the
right side with fullback Aaron Shea as a
lead blocker. Thomas then handed the
ball to a streaking Marcus Knight. who
was sprinting in the opposite direction,
making the play appear to be a reverse.
Just as the Wisconsin defense began
pursuing Knight, he handed the ball to
Terrell, who had come around from his
split end position and was running right.
Using the downfield blocking of Shea
and Thomas, who had continued in the
direction in which they started, Terrell
danced untouched into the end zone,
giving Michigan the early 14-0 lead.
"Thomas and Shea gave me two key
blocks downfield, and that really sprung
it open," Terrell said. "Coach Carr
could've walked in the end zone on that
one."
It was another standout game for
Terrell, who caught seven passes for 88
yards in addition to his run on the
reverse. But Terrell, never one to con-
ceal his emotions, was flagged for an
excessive celebration penalty after a
tremendous 40-yard grab over
Wisconsin cornerback Jamar Fletcher
in the third quarter.
The penalty moved the ball from the
Wisconsin 23 - where Terrell made
the catch - to the Wisconsin 38, plac-
ing Michigan out of field goal range.
The Wolverines would not score on the
drive, and Carr was not pleased with his
upstart receiver.
"David is an emotional guy, but when
it hurts our team. I'm mad about it,"
Carr said. "He cost us a good chance at
three points:'
Terrell and the rest of Michigan's
steady receiving corps were key ele-
ments in the win. Carr, refusing to wait
for the running game to get on track,
opeined tie contest with an uncharacter-
istic eimphasis on the pass.
pinned at their own 10-yard lin after
stuffing Wisconsin on its opening pos-
session, the Wolverines went to the air
early and often on their first scoring
drive. Brady converted four straighti
third-down possessions as he marched
the team downfield and also displayed
some elusiveness, twice evading the
rush and throwing completions on the
run.
The second of those hurried attempts
came on a third-and-three at the
Wisconsin eight-yard line. Brady stayed
in the pocket until it collapsed, then took
a few steps and lofted a pass to Shea,
who had shed his defender in the left
corner of the end zone, giving Michigan
the 7-0 lead and early momentum.
Brady sat out the second quarter
while Carr continued to alternate himi
and Drew Henson during first-half
quarterbacking duties. But Brady's effi-
cient first quarter - 9-of-13 for 79
yards -- earned him the job for the sec-
ond half.
Then, just minutes after his touch-
down pass to Johnson, Brady would get
a scare. With II minutes left in the
fourth quarter, Brady was leveled by
Wisconsin linebacker Chris Ghidorzi as
he released the ball.
Ghidorzi drove Brady into the artifi-
cial turf, where he lay prone for a few
seconds. He then attempted to sit up,
only to stop and have his head crash
back onto the turf. Be lay on the field
for a while before coming out of the
game, not seriously injured but his bell

rung Nonetheless. After the gamle,
Brady said his jaw still hurt.
"He's shaken up, but Brady's as tough
as they come," Carr said. "He'll be
okay."

GAME RECAP
Finss QuAsTRc
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Michigan 14. Wisconsin
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Michigan 14. Wisconsin 9
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ey, Penn State roll; Bucks avoid upset
TE COLLEGE (AP) time. quarter lead that muzzled a crowd of Purdue (4-0, 1-0 Big ten) was pro-
aody marvele sbout the quar- "He made up his mind in the offsea- 93,407 at Ohio Stadium. tecting a 24-23 lead when the game
k making thise dazzling runs son that he was going to be a quarter- "It was exciting being up 17-3, but turned. Sutherland caught the ball
ting his rec'ivers in Saturday's back, not an athlete who happens to we believed we could play with them around the Purdue 40 and outraced
-tte-indiana game. play quarterback:' Paterno said. from the start, Cincinnati strong safe- two defenders for the score.
y weren't, for a change, remark- As he showed Saturday, he's not a ty Tinker Keck said. No. 21 MIcmICAN STATE 27,
rt Indiana's phenomenal typical Penn State quarterback and The victory was Cooper's 100th at ILLINOIS 10: If there's a Big Ten team
an Rande El. This time, the he's not shy about scrambling. Ohio State. with a better run defense than
t was Penn State's Rashard "I always have happy feet, because I No. 13 PiRiUE 31, Michigan State, Illinois coach Ron
don't like getting hit," he said. NoRTHWESTERN 23: All Purdue want- turner would like to see it.
ey completed 13 of 15 passes for No. 12 OHio STATE 34, CINcINNATI ed was a first down to avoid having to On second thought -- no, he does-
Ards and two touchdowns, and 20: Ohio State is having lots of prob- punt out of its end zone. n't. This game was quite enough..
66 yards and a spectacular, lems. Ken-Yon Rambo isn't one of Instead, the Boilermakers produced The Spartans held the lllini to a
- ing :ouchdown as No. 2 Penn them. the longest play in their 112 years of measly 42 yards rushing Saturday
eat lidiana, 45-24 Saturday. Rambo caught two long bombs from football and a 31-23 victory over while Lloyd Clemons rushed for a
dashed to his left on a naked Steve Bellsari -- one for a 59-yard Northwestern. career-high 141 yards and T.J. Duckett
dodged a couple of tacklers, touchdown and another to set up a Drew Brees' 99-yard touchdown scored twice in Michigan State's 27-10
field, sprinted right up the score - as Ohio State overcame yet pass to Vinny Sutherland with 6:20 left victory in a Big Ten opener.
d dove into the end zone for another rocky start to hold off came just after Northwestern nearly "They're as good a defensive team
-yard score. . Cincinnati, 34-20. had a safety on the two previous plays. as we'll probably see," Turner said.
add it up, I probably ran about The Buckeyes continue to play J.J. Standring pinned the "Penn State is about as good as it gets
rls instead of 30-something. I awful for a half and great for another, Boilermakers near the goal line when defensively, but I don't know how any-
krow what happened. I just see but the one constant has been the play his 48-yard punt went out of bounds at body could be better than this."
(flying here and there, and I was of wide receivers Rambo and Reggie the 2-yard line. On first down, . Michigan State coach Nick Saban
ng to come free. All of a sud- Germany. Montrell Lowe just managed to get out said earlier in the week that he wanted
'm just running down the side- "Me and Reggie are the dudes," of the end zone as he was stopped for his Spartans (4-0) to be as relentless as
i beat the safety." he said. Rambo said after pulling in three a one-yard loss. On the next play, Freddy Krueger, the "Nightmare on
No. 2 man in Penn State's quar- receptions for 164 yards: "We're the Lowe gained nothing as he attempted Elm Street" character who stalks vic-
' atoon was on field for all playmakers and we're trying to make to leap over bodies at the line of scrim- tilis in their dreams. And his defense
team's offensive scores as big plays out there. We did this time." mage. lived up - or down - to that request.
ttany Lions (5-0, 1-0 Big Ten) Germany added six catches for 90 "We said, Hey, we've got to try and The Spartans are giving up less than
diana (1-3, 0-1) for the fifth yards. Ohio State needed every single make a first down, so we called for a 52 yards rushing a game, and still have
t time. one of their nine receptions, pass," Purdue coach Joe Tiller said. "I yet to give up a touchdown on the
y said he's more comfortable in the first meeting of the teams in saw the ball floating in the air. It was ground this season. The lllini (3-1)
ar sitting in the pocket and rlak- 68 years, the Bearcats (2-2) played as going slowly like it was in slow foreed four turnovers -- three inter-
as, instead of taking off at the if last week's 17-12 upset of then-No. motion. Vinny made a nice move to get ceptions and one fumble recovery --
ign of trouble. Paterno has 8 Wisconsin - the school's first victo- open and I was thinking is he or is he but all they got out of them was Neil
improvements in his under- ry ever over a ranked opponent -- was not going to catch it. Once he did, I Rackers' 52-yard field goal attempt
of the offense, and that's why no fluke. didn't think anyone would catch him that hit the left upright and bounced
given Casey so much playing The Bearcats built a 17-3 second- because of his speed." wide.

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FINAL: Michigan 21, Wisconsin 16
BIG TEM STANDINGS
Team Big Ten Overall
Pen'nState 1 0 45 0
Michigan 1 0 4 0
Michig'snsSlaine C1 i0 4 0
Purdue 1 0 4 0
Minnesota 0 0 3 0
Ohio State 0 0 3 1
Iowa 0C 0C 1C 2
Ilini's C0 C 3C
Northwestern 0 1 2 2
W'sconsin 0 1 2 2
indiana 0 1 1 3
THIS WEEKEND'S RESULTS
Michigan 21, Wisconsin 16
's'ss'sSiate 45c, Indiana..24
Michiigani Statie'27,Iini's10C
'sidu's3,Nrt.h'isw'stei'rns23
Oh'oStcate' 34, Cincinnai.20
NEXT WEEKEND'S GAMES
Purdue at Mchign. noon
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prepared for a single reverse. The timing was also perfect: One play after an incomplete bomb on first down, nearly everyone, including the Wisconsin defense, thought Michigan would go with a
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Blocking near the line of scrimmage Downfield blocking
*rrell (1), heading back Michigan's offensive line seals off the right corner, allowing Terrell to break Thomas, Williams and fullback Aaron Shea (36) hustle downfield to make key
irection of the play. The up the right sideline. Right guard Maurice Williams (54) leaves the line of blocks for Terrell, who completes the 45-yard touchdown run.
trell, scrimmage to provide downfield blocking.

WHO'S NEXT
Crew Csr'ss ndimpy a'd a .sCre
against Nothccwesrn S>iu day,ibarely
outlasting the Widcats.
THE QUESTIONS: How wil Michi an's
much-mali nedsecondarirespons to a
quarterbac likely to be tie best they will
face all season Will Michigan's running
same finaly 't on ctack against a su-
pect BoienAsr dise'
THE CONCRNS- 'se.'swa'sh'speisiCBCc'ss
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tic's ci'ss 'atin's 'sss' iss a't'sa. Hi's
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's's'sthe Michtgans seccitiacy.

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