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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 13, 2000 - 15

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V~ bm'Texas Christian (-7) vA. Southern Miss
Vi'~a:Arkansas (even) vs. UNLV
AN a ea State (.4) vs' Boston College
1 0-i ta Oa'pia (-10)vn. Virginia
hlir Cin Ctcintnati (-5) vs. Marshall
aiay-rnlure~oom: Texas Tech (-1) vs. East Carolina
l'uratra:Boise St. (-6) vs. Texas- El Paso
Muo it:tssissippi ( 4) vs. West Virginia
hIcr:Pittsburgh (even) vs. Iowa State
I r nP -com: Minnesota (-4) vs. West Virginia
N 7~~ fb ey- oleadoSt. (-25) vs. Louisville
USn._iscontsin (4.5) vs. UCLA
ca P' eorgia Tech (-45) vs. Louisiana State
[S1 - 4d'ay Txas (-7) vs. Oregon
Alco ohraska -145) vs. Northwestern
ii $ Ieon Vlley:Fresnoc St.(-1) vs. Air Force
I C~e -deace:Texas A&M -15) vs. Mississippi State
lp r~ !-i oton ansas St. (-4) vs. Tennessee
to i t t t ub c Ooe St. (-5) vs. South Carolina
>oe0' 0 1o0 . Gtor i oa fech (-6) vs. Clemson
'SIt as. N1ir ogan (-8) vs. Auburn
o~ ~ ~ ~~~ru (- o 4 Pae a 2) vs. Washington
a ao I te ha tOrgr St. (-3) vs. Notre Dame
Sua'Via ft a.) (-5.5) vs. Florida
Otre'troda St. -12) vs. Oklahoma
P- rat to date (Best bets)

Southern Miss
UNLV
Boston College_
Virginia
Cincinnati
Texas Tech
Texas El Paso
Mississippi
Pittsburgh
Minnesota
Louisville
UCLA
Louisiana State
Oregon
Northwestern
Air Force
Texas A&M
Kansas State
Ohio State
Clemson
Michigan
Purdue
Notre Dame
Miami
Oklahoma
Michigan
74-88-3 (4-7)

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Southern Miss
Arkansas
Arizona State
Georgia
Marshall
Texas Tech
Boise State
Mississippi
Pittsburgh
Minnesota
Colorado State
UCLA
Louisiana State
Oregon
Northwestern
Air Force
Texas A&M
Tennessee
Ohio State
Virginia Tech
Michigan
Washington
Oregon State
Miami
Oklahoma
Michigan
81-81-3 (5-6)

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Arkansas
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Georgia
Marshall
Texas Tech
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Mississippi
Iowa State
Minnesota
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Oregon
Nebraska
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Ohio State
Virginia Tech
M ichigan
Washington
Oregon State
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Oklahoma
Oregon State
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Marshall
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Mississippi
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Louisiana State
Oregon
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AUBURN
Continued from Page 14
at well as being named to the SEC Coaches All-
Conference First Tea. Johnson gained 1,567 years-and
averaged over 130 yards a game making him latmely
responsible for the Tigers' success.
"Itos unusual for a tewcanter to conic in and be the
SEC' player of the Near," Tuberville told the Associated
Press."But Rudi is deserting because of what lie meat
to this foothall teant."
Johnson transfered to Auburnt frotm OhtIer
(Communutl College in Kansas where he rushted 'for
nearly 4,000 yards in just two seasons. Now he is Com-
pared to one of the Tigers' all-time greats 'Bo
Jacksont.
"Rudi Johnson is a very powerful guy," Michigan
coacht Lloyd Care said. "He runs with power and strenigth
and he's difficuli to bring down."
Michigan runninig back Anitony Thomas is said to
tate tians of the sette features. TIhomnas, w-Io toas alto
a conteretnce first-team selection, tosns amed the tea's
MVP andtalis a finialist fair tlte Doak Walker Award tion-
Huing thtetnationts taipiranintg back. He needs just "1Oh
yareds against Aubuirin to becoithle school's career-
ruoltine eiader.
1'Ihis battle Ibetwoeenttwosof-thecinationt's 1010backs swill
highlight thie booslIganie. But ite level of bowl caperi-
enice w ill separate ite twoteanms. Onte has already beent
there. Oite is can-er to start a neswtrettd.

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Ant=h,ny Thomas rushed for lust 41 yards in last year's Orange Bowl against Alabama. Needing 106 to
hunh ichigan's all-time record, Thomas will hane to do better against Auburn in the Citrus Bowl.

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