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.42 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 2000

Bowling Green surprises Blue, 2-0

ALYSSA WOOD/Daily
Steve Huber (5) and Kevin Robinson couldn't strike down Bowling Green. The
Wolverines lost, 2-0, last night.
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FALCONS
Continued from Page 11
Just one minute into the second
half, Michigan goalie Albert Geldres
came up huge, stopping Matthews
on a breakaway.
That appeared to be a turning
point in the game as Michigan went
on the offensive.
With 24 minutes to go in the
game, senior Will Purdy carried the
ball up the left sideline and
launched a pass into the middle of
the box.
On the receiving end, freshman
Kevin Taylor got his head on the ball
but sent the ball right into the arms
of Bowling Green goalkeeper David
DeGraff.
Ten minutes later, Michigan again
applied the pressure to Bowling
Green's defense.
Off another cross from the left
side of the field, Purdy placed a shot
on goal, then gathered the rebound
and sent the ball toward the far post.
DeGraff again came up huge and
kept the Wolverines off the score-
board.
"If we get one of those goals. it's a
completely different game," Burns
said.
Purdy and Robinson continued to
pester the Bowling Green defense,
managing a number of scoring
chances in the second half, but were
unable to finish. On two shots,
Bowling Green goalkeeper David
DeGraff was up to the task, robbing
Michigan of two goals and several
more chances to claw their way back
into the game.
Michigan's next regular season
game will be Wednesday, Oct. 4 at
Western Michigan.
"We recruited a lot of the guys and
we know a lot of them," Burns said.
"Tile game will provide us with a
good challenge."
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COLUMBUS (AP) - The Penn
State cornerback who suffered a
spinal injury while playing Ohio
State will walk again, his father
said.
"My son is strong, thats why I'm
telling you my boy is going to come
back," Andre Taliaferro said
Wednesday at Ohio State University
Medical Center.
His son, Adam, 18, underwent
spinal fusion surgery Monday at the
hospital after bruising his spinal
cord Saturday. A metal pin and bone
graft were inserted to stabilize his
spine at the neck.
Taliaferro was listed in serious
condition. He was transferred
Wednesday night to Thomas
Jefferson University Hospital in
Philadelphia, closer to his parents'
home in Voorhees, N.J., Ohio State
hospital spokesman David
Crawford said.
Taliafer to was injured sskle
msakiisg aIheadfirst tackle isi
Buckeye running back Jerry
Westbrooks. The elder Taliaferro
said he, his wife and another son
were watching the game at home.
"I'm thinking, Adam, yet up, '
he said. "When you see your kid
like that, it just tears your heart up"
He later received a call to come

AP PH0T5
Penn State freshman cornerback Adam Taliaferro was transferred to a
Philadelphia hospital after spinal fusion surgery.
Paralyzed corn-erback
transferre 1 Philly

to Columbus. He said he won't keep
his home videotape of the game.
"This has changed our life forev-
er. You could say, 'Why me?' and
then it could be someone else and
you don't want that," he said. "The
thig we have to deal with is, it hap-
pened. Let's go forward."
Tie elder Taliaferro said his pri-
mary concern is getting his son well
so he can start rehabilitation.
"He's going to come back to Penn
State" he said, adding Isis son will
graduate from the school.
He also said his son is still grog-
gy from surgery, but shares his opti-
mism.
"Before the operation he told his
mother, 'Mom, I'm not going out
like this,'" the elder Taliaferro said.
Pomis Trt: Clinton Portis, the
Miami Hurricanes' leading rusher
with 253 yards and two touch-
downs, wil miss at least three
weeks because ol broken toes on his
righst toot.
Portis - averaging 12 yards per
carry despite playing behind starter
James Jackson and
Najeh Davenport - broke three
toes during Tuesday's practice. His
foot was placed in a cast and he was
using crutches to get around cais-
pus Wednesday.

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Rose, Taylor to testify
before Grand Jury
Former Michigan basketball players
Jalen Rose and Maurice Taylor told a
federal grand jury of their involvement
with banned former Michigan booster
Ed Martin Wednesday in Detroit.
The two players joined Robert
Traylor, Chris Webber and Louis
Bullock on the list of ex-Michigan
players that were called on to testify
regarding Martin, who is under federal
investigation for tax evasion and run-
ning a gambling ring. The players are
being interviewed as ivestigators try
to track the path of Martin's money.
Due to the nature of grand jury tes-
timony, all information in relation to
the testimony is sealed.
Martin is also accused of giving
gifts to members of the Michigan ba-
ketball team.
Martin's son, Carlton Martin, who
also is being investigated by federal
officials; agreed to a plea bargain ear-
lier in the month. This agreement
involves him divulging to the
Univesity ans knowledge lie has of
thev rlationshsip between fumera
Michigan basketball players and him-
self and his father.
Questions regarding the Martin'
involvement with basketball players
first surfaced when Taylor crashed his
Ford Explorer in 1996 when returning
from Ed Martin's house.
- fiont stsaj'rcpors
SPORTS BRIEFS
McSorley's trial nears an
end as defense rests
VANCOUVER, British Columbi
(AP) -- A former teammate of
Marty McSorley's testified yester-
day that hits to thehead are a "com-
Msots occurreice" its hocke.
"You alwas get your bell runga
few times a season," said Steve
Heinze. "Pinpoint accuracy is not
something that occurs as a guy is
flying by you. You can only aim for a
spot."
Heinze, who testified ya
McSorley's assault trial, was in the
Boston Bruins' game at Vancouyer
last February when his teamAte
swung his stick with both hansfhd
clubbed Donald Brashear Of-the
Canucks in the head.
Pierce turns his thoughts
to rejoining Celtics
BOSTON (AP) -- Paul Pierce,
his eve swollen and forehead ban-
daged, walked out of the hospital
three days after being stabbed near-
ly a dozen times, hoping for a quiok
return to the Boston Celtics.
Before a few dozen cheering
onlookers, Pierce was accompanied
by his mother and two brothers as he
left New England Medical Centgr
on Thursday.
"I'd just like to tell everybody:1
feel good," he said. "I can't wait to
get back on the basketball court and
join my Celtics teamsates."
DAILY SCOREBOARD.
Update at 11 p.m. _
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Cileeand 87 71 551 65
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Toxons 375 8 254.5
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NY Mets 90 68 .5704 -
Florid 76 82 .481 S8
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PhiladelphaA 64 94 .405 20 -
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