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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 2 2000 - 13A

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STAFF PICKS
WEEK 9 SELECTIONS
ALL PICKS MADE AGAINST THE SPREAD.
HOME TEAMS IN CAPS.

Michigan (-7.5) vs.' NORTHWESTERN
OHIO STATE (-14) vs. Michigan State
1 ILLINOIS (-8) vs. Indiana
WISCONSIN (-5) vs. Minnesota
iPENN STATE (=17) vs. Iowa
EASTERN MICHIGAN (-7.5) vs. Central Michigan
KANSAS STATE (418.5) vs. Iowa; State
FLORIDA STATE (-18.5) vs. Clemson
LOUISIANA STATE (-2.5) .vs.° Alabama
Mississippi State (-6) vs. KENTUCKY
Florida (-18) vs. VANDERBILT
Oregon State (-6) vs. CALIFORNIA
1WASHINGTON (-7) vs. Arizona
ARIZONA STATE (-2.5) vs. Southern Cal
.OREGON (-9.5) vs. Washington' State
Best bet
Record to date (Best bets)

David
Den Herder
Michigan
Ohio State
Illinois"
Wisconsin
Iowa
Central Michigan
Kansas State
Clemson
'Louisiana State
Mississippi State
Florida-
Oregon State
Arizona
Arizona State
Oregon.
Michigan
56-64 (4-4)

r~'A
Chris
Duprey
Michigan
Michigan State
Illinois
Minnesota
Iowa
Central Michigan
Iowa State
Clemson
Louisiana State
Kentucky
Florida
Oregon State
Arizona
Arizona State
Oregon.
Arizona State
62-58 (3-5)

Mark
FranCescutti
Northwestern
Ohio State
Illinlois
Wisconsin
Penn State,
Eastern Michigan
Iowa State
Florida State
Louisiana State
}Mississippi State
Florida
Oregon State
Washington
Arizona State
Oregon
Wisconsin
65-55 (3-5)

Stephanie
Of fen
Michigan
Ohio State
Illinois
Minnesota
Iowa
Eastern Michigan
Iowa State
Florida State
Alabama
Mississippi State
Florida
Cal iforn ia
Washington
Arizona State
Oregon
Iowa State
52-68 (3-5)

Teams bit home stretch

By Chris Burke
Daily Sports Writer
Purdue put itself in the Rose Bowl dri-
ver's seat with its win over Ohio State
last week. But there are several teams
that have a __________
chance to go Across the
to howl
games, and HI1TEN
this week of __________
comnpetit ion
will go a long way toward deciding who
gets in, and who stays home.
N:IICHGAN S'xrE AT No. 16 Om~o
S'rTE: Ohio State looks to recover from
last week's devastating loss to Purdue,
when the Buckeyes' defensive backfield
seemingly forgot to cover wide receiver
Seth Morales on a 64-yard touchdown
pass that gave Purdue a 3 1-27 lead with
1:55 left.
Michigan State seems like the perfect
candidate for a recovery, Despite earning
their first Big Ten win of the season

last weekend, 14-10 over Illinois, the
Spartans sit in a three-way tie for last in
the conference.
Running back TJ. Duckett returns-to
the starting lineup for Michigan State
this week. That should help freshman
quarterback Jeff Smoker get a little- bit
more time to throw against the- Ohio
State defense. If only he had someone to
throw to.
Quarterback Steve Bellisari :could
have some trouble passing against the
Michigan State defense, but runniing
backs Derek Combs and Jonathon'Wells
should have some success on the
ground.
Ohio State looks for revenge of'last
year's 23-7 loss to Michigan State, and
they should get it.
Ohio State 27. Michigan State '13
MINNESOTA Ar WISCONSIN: Well, at
least Wisconsin won't go to the Rose
Bowl this year. That's about the only sure
thing in the Big Ten this season.f
See BIG TEN, Page 14A

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