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M0H ANNOTES'
Women's rowing team
opens new boathouse
During the annual Boathouse Day
held by Michigan women's rowing
from 10 a.m. to noon, the team will
introduce its new boathouse which is
near completion.
Costing S 1.2 million, the new home
f the Wolverines next to Bellville
4ake in Bellville, Mich., does not only
hold the team's boats. The 60,000
t square foot boathouse also will have a
classroom, athletic training facilities, a
locker room, and a lounge for the use
of any Michigan student-athlete.
F Crimson Tide star WR
Milons will not start
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -
Alabama receiver Freddie Milons, tout-
ed as a Icisman Trophy candidate in the
preseason, has struggled and won't start
against Arkansas on Saturday.
Receivers coach Dabo Swinney said
it all came down to Milons'performance
during the Crimson Tide's first three
games.-
"Freddie has been doing things very
,ell as far as playing hard, showing
good technique and working in prac-
tice, Swinnev said on Wednesday. "But
he's fumbled the ball three times, so he
just won't start the game."
Back problems force Iowa
F Galloway to leave team
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - Kyle
Galloway, one of Iowa's best shooters
and its top free-throw shooter,
Smnounced Monday he is done playing
basketball because of lingering back
problems.
The 6-foot-6 Galloway, a junior from
Sioux City. averaged 8.5 points a game
last year while playing in all 30 games,
including 18 starts.
Galloway earned a Presidential
Academic Scholarship at Iowa and
joined the 1Hawkeves as a walk-on in
997-98
Ewing sent to Seattle as
part of four-team trade
NEW YORK (AP) - Patrick Ewing
never brought a championship to New
York, and now he never will.
In one of the largest and most com-
plicated trades in NBA history, the
Ewing era ended in New York when he
&s dealt Wednesday to the Seattle
SuperSonics in a four-team. 12-player
megatrade
The Knicks got back four draft picks
and six players_- including Glen Rice
from Los Angeles and Luc Longley
from Phoenix - while the Lakers
picked up power forward Horace Grant
from Seattle.

T he Michigan Daily - Friday, September 22, 2000-- 13

Irish in a
rush to
improve
running
SOUTH BEND (AP) -- Notre
Dame coach Bob Davie realizes that
two yards is the difference between
talking about how well new quarter-
back Gary Godsev did against Purdue
and how poor the Irish rushing attack
was.
Two yards is about how far Nick
Setta's winning field goal was from
the right upright in the 23-21 victory
over the Boilermakers on Saturday.
Two yards farther to the right, and
instead of spending the week talking
about how the Irish are ranked No. 16
and look ready to compete with top
teams, Davie instead would be talk-
ing about how to revive Notre Dame's
rushing game.
Thie Irish had a total of 78 ards
rushing against Purdue, marking the
sixth time since 1990 the Irish failed
to rush for at least 1 00 yards. Notre
Dame lost those other five games.
"We'd like to be a team that can
rush for 200, 250 ards a game,"
offensive coordinator Kevin Rogers
said. "It wasn't there last week. A lot
of the running game from this offense
take place through the option and
quarterback rus. Well, that's kind of
eliminated right now. So we've got to
find other ways to get it done."
The Irish starting quarterback is
the 6-foot- Godsev, who made his
first start last week in place of injured
Arnaz Battle. While BattlIe ran for
1 57 yards through Notre Dane's first
two gamtes, Godsev ran for three.
With the option gone and Godsy
new at quarterback the Boilermakers
surprised the Irish and blitzed contin-
ually .
"We ran some plays into some
defenses, you had no chance." Davie
sai d.
Asked if the Irish offense had
regressed a little because of Battle's
injury, Rogers replied: "A little? A
lot."
The Irish are averaging 152 vards
rushing. That's 30 ards les than a
season ago. If the trend continued, it
would be Notre Dame's worst rushin
attack since 184.
Davic said he doesn't think there
ae any major omkensi problems.
"I don't think it is because our
backs aren't hitting the holes. I think
it is because we played some realy l
good defenses" Davie said. "We are
going to have to do somethin a little
bit diffeient now to e able to run the
ball."
Julius Jones, Notre Dame's leading
rusher, is averaging 56 vads. Rogers
said it appeared that Jons was mtss-
ing his usual pop" last week aainst
Purdue, but Jones said he is fine.
"I didn't feel any different," said
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tleveland 82 68 .547 7.5
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Detroit at NY Yankees. 7:05 p.m.
Anaheim at Texas. 8:05 p.m.
Cteveland at Kansas City. 8:05 p.m.
Chicago White Sox at Minnesota. 8:05 p.m.
Oakland at Seattle. 10:05 p.m.
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