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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 14, 2000 - 13

Behigan gymnasts
gn three-recruits
Michigan women's gymnastics
ach Bev Plocki announced yester-
y she had signed three highly
arded recruits for the 2001-02
son.
jelsea Kroli (Wexford, Pa.),
en Mirkovich (Bulringame,
If.) and Kallie Steffes
aperville, Ill.) will join the squad
it finished sixth this past season at
AA nationals.
- 5Stafreports

ittenger earns
ig Ten merit

lichigan outside hitter Alija
tenger earned Big Ten Conference
-Player of the Week honors yester-
r after leading Michigan to victo-
s over No. 13 Ohio State and No.
Michigan State.
She shared the award with Nicole
anagh of Minnesota.
Pittenger, who recorded the first
>le-double of her career against
iigan State, leads the Big Ten in
;s, averaging 3.91 per garne.
Staffreports

ailing Curly Neal!'
tate edges Harlem
ST LANSING (AP) -- Charlie
II scored 21 points as defending

tional champion
a late rally
ra72-68 exhi-
tion victory
er the Harlem
lobetrotters on
St night, end-
g their 1,270-
* xnning
reak.
-Tie defeat

Michigan State held
Globetrotter pants

ds the first for the famed traveling
t since they lost to the Kareem
W-Jabbar All-Stars in Vienna,
tstra, on Sept. 12, 1995.
Th globetrotters, who led 35-29 at
lfihc, scored the first basket of the
crid haif to take their biggest lead of
e gamc.
sn Richardson sparked an 8-0 run
higan State, including a spectac-
lar dunk off a missed shot with 13:10
maling that gave the Spartans a 43-
9 ead.
Freshman Zach Randolph scored 17
oijts for Michigan State while
Jcbardson, Andre Hutson and Marcus
a .oradded 10 each.
tro wins third AL
,y Young award
NV YORK (AP) - Pedro
artinez became the first pitcher to
vin-te American League Cy Young
ward unanimously in consecutive
ears. Martinez, who has wion three Cv
oungs in the last ftour seasons,
eceived all 28 votes for 140 points in
oting released yesterday by the1
ball Writers' Association of
merica.
Oakland's Tim H ludson finished sec-
mndiwath 54 points, getting 16 seconds
md six thirds. David Wells of Toronto
vas third with 46 points, followed by
Ainy Pettitte of the Yankees (seven)
Ind IDetroit's Todd Jones (three).
Martinez went 18-6 with a 1.74 ERA
- nearly two runs better than
qins' second-best AL mark of

Michigan
prepares
for Ohio
crowd
RIVALRY
Continued from Page 11
offensive lineman Jeff Backus said.
Senior Steve Hutchinson added his >.
memory of the loss in Columbus,
"One thing that sticks out in my
mind is how we sent the seniors out.
We wanted to send them out right.
But I remember walking off the field
and thinking that Jon Janson is leav-
ing with his last game being a loss at
Ohio State and that is something I
don't want to do."
But believe it or not the crowd
noise may be even louder in the
Horseshoe this year. The renovation
to the stadiumn moved the fans closer
to the field. And that is hard for most
of the Wolverines to believe.
"From what I remember two years
ago it may be the loudest place we've
played," quarterback Drew Henson
said. "I basically have to scream as
loud as I can."
Center David Brandt agreed that
the calls will be hard to make and be D
heard, and knowing the plays in the j
huddle will be that much more
important.
The team will also practice this
week with loud music playing to
simulate the crowd noise.
BULLETIN BOARD MATERIAL:
Much like the week before the
Michigan State game, a tight leash is
being kept on all the players to make
sure no incriminating material is
leaked.
"No one wants to be the one on the
bulletin board," senior defensive end
Eric Wilson said. "There is no need
to call someone out, it's the people
on the field that really matter."
Yesterday, Carr remember a bul-
letin board moment that won't soon
be forgotten.
"The worse thing that can happen
is have some player guarantee victo-
ry," Carr said. "I will never forget the
meeting after Jim Harbaugh guaran-
teed victory over Ohio State.
Everyone was nervous about going
into that meeting because he had
guaranteed victory. Bo said
Harbaugh shot his mouth off so now
its up to you to back him up."'
The record: Thomas will head to
Columbus 165 yards away from
equaling Jamie Morris' career rush-
ingt record at Michigan of 4,393
yards.
Iven though Thomas averages
almost 150 yards a game, the Ohio
State defense will be tougher than
the previous competition. Last time
the Wolverines visited Ohio State
they only had four rushing yards.
'Ohio State is No. I in the Big Ten
against the rush," Carr said. "Except
for points scored I think that is the
most important statistic a team can
have."
Although Thomas claims not to
care about records, he has been
grateful to his offensive line for his
statistics so far this season. Thomas

even went as far as to buy the line
pizzas after a 200-yard game.
And for that line, this record may
even be more important.
"It means the world to us," Backus
said. "It shows people that we are
doing our job.
QUESTIONAB.LE?: Ohio State tail-
back Derek Combs, and receivers
Reggie Germany and Ken-Yon
Rambo are currently listed as ques-
tionable for Saturday's game. The
three are top specialists on the
Buckeyes' offense.
But the Wolverines don't believe
that for a second.
"That's bologna," Carr said. "They
will all play. Mark that down."
Due to the intensity of this rivalry,
the Michigan players know not to
count any of those players out.
"When it comes down to some-
thing like this, if you aren't on your
deathbed you will be playing in that
game,' Wilson said.
Although Miami beat Florida State
way back on Oct. 7, it wasn't until
today that the Hurricanes finally
overtook Florida State in the
Orange Bowl race. Don't be sur-
prised if fortunes are reversed next
week, if the Seminoles beat Florida
in Tallahassee.
Nov. 13 standings

*t
'f LOUIS BROWN/Daily
rew Henson fights from the grasp of Penn State's enormous defensive tackle,
immy Kennedy, in Michigan's 33-11 victory over the Nittany Lions Saturday.
Fall 2001.

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COOPER
Continued from Page 13
Cooper nitpicked a little at
Michigan's defense, which has strug-
gled on the road, allowing 35 points
a game.
"Defensively, its not a dominant
defensive football team," Cooper
said. "It's not the best defense
they've had since I've been here but
Jim Herrmann does a great job."
Cooper didn't tread too much into
dissecting the Wolverines, returning
to the traditional "praise the oppo-
nent" mode.
"They're the best team we play
every year and that's certainly the
case this year," Cooper said.

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Cooper picks his
words wisely

"Nothing should keep you front
playing your best ball game of the
year against them."
BUCKEYE HONORS: Ohio State
linebacker Matt Wilhelm was name4
co-defensive player of the week ano
kicker/punter Dan Stultz was named
the special team's player of the week
by the Big Ten on Monday.
Wilhelm led Ohio State with a
career-high 12 tackles and a sack in
Ohio State's comeback win over
Illinois.
Stultz was a perfect 4-for-4 id
field goals, including the game-win'
ning 34-yarder with time expiring:
The four field goals were a career
high for Stultz who is 17-of-21 on
kicks this season.

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