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The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 27, 2000 - .1

*0'M' to face RedHawks
without captain Koch

REDHAWKS
Continued from Page 10
seasons ago with 26.
Miami comes into town to start
CCHA play with hat in hand after get-
ting shellacked by New Hampshire and
Providence College in Hockey East
country last weekend The combined
score over those successive nights
13-2.
Berenson acknowledged the
untapped goal-scoring potential of
Miami's play makers but said he does
not plan on altering Michigan's defen-
siv 5iphilosophy.
"We have to play our game with the
puck and without the puck;" he said.
"We may match certain defensemen
against certain lines and certain fbr-
wards against certain lines based on
how the game is gome
"If the best plavCr in ihe league plays
for them then we will respect that play-
er but we won't chance our style."
Koc I sil. 5iJSim.'tI Nal: The latest
on captain ieofT Koch's ankle injury
looks like more of the same.
The senior is doubtful for the week-
end and has been downgraded by
Berenson from "day-to-day to week-to-
OPENER
Continued from Page 10
more talented then last year's. The kev
now is to develop that special chemistrv
*that comes when people really work
together for the benefit of the team."
Early in the season. Richardson wants
to concentrate on the relays and see how
individuals react to circumstances.

week."
It's a combination of a stretched lig-
ament and a tendon - tendons take
more time;' Berenson said.
Koch has missed three of the last
four games - he last played against
Alaska-Anchorage.
JILLSON, LANGFELD HONORED: Jeff
Jillson and Josh Langfeld were awarded
defensive and offensive players of the
week by the CCHA.
Jillson scored two goals and an assist
over the weekend and played a part in,
the killing of 14 out of 15 Bowling
Green powerplays. Langfeld scored
three goals and two assists and emerged
from the weekend plus-3.
NEW MASK FOR BLACKBURN: Junior
goaltender Josh Blackburn sported a
new mask in practice this week -- the
design on the front is a likeness of coal-
tending legend Tony Esposito.
Did Blackburn want to emulate
"Espo?"
"Not really," Blackburn said.
Blackburn is wearing the mask
because his usual choice is undergoing
repair in Port Huron.
"This one's a loner, I'd rather have
my old one back but this one will do for
now. he said.
"Relays often giveyou a good idea
about how well the teaim is coming
together; Richardson said.
The lineups for this Friday's meet are
pretty well set.
"'We are going to be conservative this
meet" Richardson said. "You won't see
many surprises or experimentation from
the coaches. We will be putting our best
swimmers in their best events.

STAFF PICKS
WEEK 8 SELECTIONS
ALL PICKS MADE AGAINST THE SPREAD.
HOME TEAMS IN CAPS.
MICHIGAN STATE (-2.5) vs. Illinois
MINNESOTA (-5) vs. Northwestern
Penn State (-1) vs. INDIANA
PURDUE (even) vs. Ohio State
Wisconsin (-16.5) vs. IOWA
NOTRE DAME (-13) vs. Air Force
Nebraska (-2.5) vs. OKLAHOMA
TEXAS (-41) vs. Baylor
Kansas State (-5) vs. TEXAS A&M
Florida State (-18.5) vs. NORTH CAROLINA STATE
Washington (-6.5) vs. STANFORD
SOUTHERN CAL (-8) vs. California
ARIZONA (-4.5) vs. UCLA (visitors)
Oregon (-6) vs. ARIZONA STATE
OREGON STATE (-13) vs. Washington State
Best bet
Record this week (Best bets)
Record to date (Best bets)

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David
Den Herder
Illinois
Minnesota
Indiana
Ohio State
lowa
Notre Dame
Oklahoma
Baylor
Kansas State
Florida State
Washington
California
Arizona
Oregon
Oregon State
Indiana
9-6 (0-1)
50-55 (4-3)

Chris
Duprey
Michigan State
Northwestern
Indiana
Purdue
Iowa
Notre Dame
Nebraska
Baylor
Kansas State
Florida State
Stanford
California
Arizona
Arizona State
Washington State
Iowa
9-6(1-0)
53-52 (2-5)

Mark Stephanie
Francescutti Offen
Michigan State Illinois
Northwestern Northwestern
Indiana Penn State
Purdue Ohio State
Iowa Iowa
Notre Dame Notre Dame
Oklahoma Nebraska
Texas Baylor
Kansas State Kansas State
North Carolina State North Carolina State
Washington Washington
California California

Arizona
Oregon
Oregon State
Notre Dame
7-8 (0-1)
58-47 (3-4)

Arizona
Oregon
Oregon State
Arizona
7-8 (1-0)
46-59 (3-4)

'M' ACTION THIS WEEKEND
Men's soccer at Dayton, Northwestern
Men's golf at Stanford Invitational
Volleyball at Penn State
Men's swimming at Eastern Michigan
Go online tormichigandaiy. com/sports
for more coverage.

DILY SPORTS.
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Terrell named Biletnikoff
Award semifinalist
Michigan's Junior wide receiver David
Terrell was named today among 10
semtiflinalists for tile Biletnikoff Award.
The Award is given annually by the
Tallahassee Quarterback Club to the
nation's best Division I-A wide receiver
An All-America candidate as well.
Terrell is leading the team in receiving
with 46 receptions fir 733 yards. fie
has eight touchdowns.
Vinny Sutherland of Purdue was the
only other semifinalist from the Big
-Ten fior the award.
The threeC finalists w ill be announced
on November 15.
S-511#report

ANN ARBOR

Power play spurs Notre
Dame m hockey, 5-1
Sophomore goaltender Ryan Miller
stopped 25-of-26 shots to lead the
Michigan State hockey team in a 5-1
victory over the Fighting Irish.
The Spartans (2-1-1 CCIIA, 3-1-I
overall) were efficient on the power
play, converting 3-of-5 chances.
Miller, has allowed just one goal fir
the third time in five starts this season.
David Inman scored the lone goal for
the Fighting Irish (0-1-1, 2-4-1)The two
teams play again tonight at 7:05 p.m.
W The $partans play Michigan at Yost
Ice Arena next Saturday. Tickets are
sold out.
S/taf repxrts
Michigan State lands one of
top hoops recruits in state
DETROIT (AP) Flint Northwestern
senior guard Kelvin 'Torbcrt said
*Wednesday he will attend Michigan State
on a basketball scholarship.
Torbert, who is regarded as one of the
best high school players in the country,
chose the defending national champions
over Michigan, Cincinnati and
Connecticut.
Torbert will likely slide into Charlie
Bll's role as shooting guard next season
after Bell graduates.
Torbert averaged 26 points, 6.5
rebounds, 4.0 assists, 3.0 blocks and 2.0
.Steals last season to lead the Wildcats to
a 20-3 record.
Penn State faculty begs
students to support team
STATE COLLE(E1 (AP) Despite
Penn State's worst start in 36 years, it
might be too much to ask fans not to boo.
But that's just what the faculty did,
approving a resolution to denounce "nega-
'ive cheeiring" at football games.
The anti-booing resolution passed by
the University Faculty Senate will be read
before every football game at Beaver
Stadium.
"I think as soon as they make that
announcement there's going to be a cho-

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