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L2A --The Michigan Daisy - Thursday. September 21. 2000

Can UCLA avoid Ducky upsets

By Seth Klempner
For the Daily
A month ago the Pac-10 had two
teams in the top 25. Four weeks later,
not two but three Pac-10 teams are in the
top ten. UCLA, Washington and
Southern Cal
entered the top ten
with wins over Across the
Michigan, Miami TO P 25
( F l a . ) a n d
Colorado. These
wins signal the Pac-10's return to legiti-
macy after several disappointing years
and four consecutive Rose Bowl loses.
No.6 UCLA (3-0) ar OREGON (2-1):
After going undefeated through a tough
nonconference schedule that featured
wins over two teams ranked third in the
nation - Michigan and Alabama - the
sixth-ranked Bruins start there confer-
ence schedule against Oregon.
UCLA will have to be careful not to

take Oregon lightly. The Ducks played
well against a depleted Wisconsin team
two weeks ago.
Oregon has a strong offense this year,
leading the Pac-10 in scoring average
(33.7 points per game) and total yards
with over 450 yards per game. It has
also given up only three sacks in three
games played.
Meanwhile, UCLA lost one of the
best defensive linemen in the country
and a leader of their defense to injury in
Kenyon Coleman. Starting quarterback
Ryan McCann, who threw 2 touch-
downs passes in the second half against
Michigan, feels confident even with the
loss of Coleman. He stated after the
Michigan game that UCLA deserved to
be first in the nation. That belief will
change this weekend.
Oregon 34, UCLA 30
No. 25 MississiPpi STxrE (2-0) xiT
SoUrH CAROLINA (3-0): With the sud-
den success of South Carolina's football

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program, it seems that goalposts^ are
falling faster than statues of Stalin in
1991 Russia. First it was the win
against New Mexico State, then it wa
the upset of then No. 9 Georgia. After
going 0-21 the past two years the
Gamecocks are oft' to a 3-0 start, theit
best since 1990.
Lou Holtz, who you may rememie
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opponent.
South Carolina features comeback
player Derek Watson, who leads the
team with seven touchdowns. -
South Carolina 24, Mississippi St. 1
LOuisvnLE (2-0) AT No. 2 FLORpI
STATE (3-0): Florida State is always
of the best defensive teams in the
nation. This year, their offense led b
Paleazoic Chris Weinke, is even bete
than the defense.
Louisville comes into this games
the top run defense in the nation,.whic
means nothing to the high powei
Seminoles. The Cardinals replaced
North Carolina, who surrender 6b
poitts to Flotida State last veek, as4
top rutt defense in thte nation.
Florida State 59, Iowa 14
NORTH TEXAS (0-3) XE No.
KANSAS STATE (3-0): Kansas State ha:
jumped from seventh to fourth in the
AP poll this week for playing the col-
lage football equivalent of the Pioneet
JV football team, Bali State. Witl
Kansas State playing Colorado nex
week overlooking 0-3 North Texas, why
lost to UNLV 38-0 last week, could b
datngerous.
Kantsas State 71, North Texas '
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