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The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - Monday, September 24, 2001- 5B
I'LL BE THINKING ABOUT IT AT 2 O'CLOCK TOMORROW
MORNING - PROBABLY THROWING UP.
- WESTERN MICHIGAN COACH GARY DARNELL,
DISCUSSING MICHIGAN'S SEVEN QUARTERBACK SACKS.

WEEKEND'S BEST

HOW THE AP TOP 25 FARED
Associated Press Poll for week of September 16.
Games updated through September 23.

NEW AP
TOP 25

RED HoT Juuus PEPPERS:
North Carolina junior defensive end
Julius Peppers, who vowed before
the start of the season that this
would be his last year of college
football, is living up to his billing as
the top defensive lineman in the
nation.
Peppers had nine tackles (four for
loss), an interception and two sacks
as the 0-3 Tar Heels shocked No. 6
Florida State by handing the Semi-
noles their worst loss in ACC play,
41-9.

LET'S HEAR IT FOR STRONG SCHEDUuNG:
Kansas-State coach Bill Snyder has
always been a big fan of playing piti-
fully easy nonconference games.
Case in point: Saturday's tilt
against vaunted New Mexico State.
Josh Scobey ran for four touch-
downs as the Wildcats built a 50-0
lead - at halftime. In an amazing
show of mercy, Kansas State only
scored twice more in the second
half to win 64-0.
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR:
Because you will probably get it.
Just ask Houston. The Cougars
woofed all week about how they felt
Major Applewhite was a much bet-
ter quarterback than Chris Simms.
Simms proceeded to throw for 311
yards and three touchdowns as
Texas pounded Houston, 53-26.
ANOTHER YEAR, ANOTHER STUD TAILBACK:
Anthony Davis has made Wisconsin
fans forget about Michael Bennett.
Saturday, Davis rushed for 200
yards as the Badgers beat Penn
State, 18-6.

Team:
1. Miami (Fla.)
2. Florida
3. Oklahoma
4. Nebraska
5. Texas
6. Florida State
7. Oregon
8. Tennessee
9. Virginia Tech
10. Georgia Tech
11. Fresno State
12. Kansas State
13. Washington
14. UCLA
15. Louisiana State
16. Northwestern
17. Mississippi State
18. South Carolina
19. Clemson
20. Michigan
21. Ohio State
22. Oregon State
23. Notre Dame
24. Brigham Young
25. Louisville

Last week:
Bye
beat Kentucky 44-10
Bye
beat Rice 483
beat Houston 53-26
lost to North Carolina 41-9
beat Southern Cal 24-22
Bye
beat Rutgers 50-0
Bye
beat Tulsa 37-18
beat New Mexico State 64-0
beat Idaho 53-3
beat No. 21 Ohio State 13-6
Bye
beat Duke 44-7
lost to No. 18S. Carolina 16-14
beat No. 17 Miss. State 16-14
lost to Virginia 26-24
beat Western Michigan 38-21
lost to No. 14 UCLA 13-6
Bye
lost to Michigan State 17-10
Bye
lost to Illinois 34-10

This week:
at Pittsburgh
No. 21 Mississippi State
No. 11 Kansas State
at Missouri
Texas Tech
Wake Forest
at Utah State
No. 14 Louisiana State
Central Florida
Clemson
Louisiana Tech
at No. 3 Oklahoma
at.California
at No. 19 Oregon State
at No. 7 Tennessee
No. 23 Michigan State
at No. 2 Florida
Alabama
at No. 10 Georgia Tech
No. 22 Illinois
at Indiana
No.12 UCLA
at Texas A&M
at UNLV
Memphis

TEAM
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2. Fl
3. O
4. NE
5. Tr
6. O
7. T
8. Wi
9. GE
10. Fr
11. K
12. U
13. W
14. Lo
15. Sc
16. N
17. M
18. Fl
19. Or
20. Br
21. M
22. IliI
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25. Tc

(first-place votes in parentheses)
I PTS PVS
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orida (15) 2-0 1,717 2
klahoma (11) 3-0 1,639 3
ebraska (2) 4-0 1,549 4
exas (4) 3-0 1,519 5
regon 3-0 1,342 7
ennessee 2-0 1,312 8
rginia Tech 3-0 1,298 9
eorgia Tech 3-0 1,135 10
esno State (1) 4-0 1,102 11
ansas State 2-0 1,080 12
CLA 3-0 1,033 14
ashington 2-0 1,003 13
ruisiana State 2-0 851 15
outh Carolina 3-0 804 18
orthwestern 2-0 772 16
lichigan 2-1 627 20
orida State 2-1 589 6
regon State 1-1 323 22
righam Young 3-0 305 24
ississippi State 1-1 231 17
mois .3-0 227 NR
ichigan State 2-0 215 NR
urdue 3-0 140 NR
oledo 3-0 140 NR

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Dropped Out: No. 19 Clemson, No. 21 Ohio
State, No. 23 Notre Dame, No. 25 Louisville

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) - Florida State
has handed out its share of beatings since join-
ing the ACC in 1992. North Carolina returned
the favor Saturday in one of the biggest wins
in its 111 years of football. ,
"I haven't even got a speech for this," Flori-
da State coach Bobby Bowden said as his
Seminoles (No. 6 AP, No. 5 ESPN/USA
Today, ) turned the ball over five times in a
stunning 41-9 loss.
"They got what they deserved - a win -
and we got what we deserved - a loss. We're
not good enough to play like this."
The defeat was a major jolt to Bowden's
program, which had been to the national title
game each of the last three years.
"This team has to decide what it wants to
do," Bowden said. "I didn't see anything that
resembled poise, I didn't see any execution. I
think it was a complete breakdown."
The Tar Heels, 0-3 and a 17-point under-
dog, used a 34-point second half to stun Bow-
den's Seminoles (1-1 ACC, 2-1 overall).
"I jumped around with everybody else,"
} North Carolina senior quarterback Ronald
Curry said when asked what he did after the
game. "I'm still a kid - especially at heart."
North Carolina also limited Florida State to
just 11 first downs and 34 second-half yards.
"We felt like we could dominate their
offense from the first play of the game," line-
backer David Thornton said. "Their offense
wasn't too complicated and we felt like we
had the speed and the talent up front to go out
and be aggressive and attack all game."
Julius Peppers intercepted Chris Rix, sacked
BRONCOS Re
Continued from page 1B
took a sweep eight yards for his sec- The
ond touchdown, extending Michi- neso
gan's lead to 17-7. scho
Welsh then committed a critical
error when he was intercepted by
Todd Howard at the Michigan 35- Opp
yard line with the half winding down
Navarre wasted little time capital- East
izing on the turnover. On the third
play of the possession, Navarre lofted Mia
a 40-yard bomb to Marquise Walker,
who made a fingertip catch in the end Wes-
zone that broke the Broncos' backs.
"I thought the biggest play of the Cen
game was Todd Howard's intercep-
tion before the half," Carr said. "We Bow
hit a big play there."
Despite holding a 24-7 halftime Buff
lead, Michigan couldn't be too
happy. The biggest problem for the
Wolverines - one that continued in
the second half- was penalties.
Michigan was whistled for 13
penalties in the game, nine in the first
half alone. Six of those nine were
either offsides or false start viola-
tions.
"That's ridiculous," Carr said
about the penalties. "This is the third
game of the year. You should have
13 penalties in three games."
With the game essentially over by MCH
halftime, the second half was devoid
of drama. The Wolverines and Bron- NOTRI
cos traded touchdowns in both the PENN
third and fourth quarters. PURDI
The one bit of intrigue that came IND A
out of the second half was news of
injuries to two of Michigan's offen- UCLA
sive stars. Tailback Chris Perry left North
the game in the first half with a knee iLLINO
injury, and Navarre twice banged his Toledo
throwing hand on helmets. The extent
of Perry's injury isn't known, while UREG
Navarre said his is nothing major. Florida
What can't be brushed off is Fresno
Michigan's generally sloppy play on Virgini
Saturday. Carr offered a warning to ALABA
his players after the game.
"If we don't start to be a more dis- F
ciplined team than that, we're going Best b

to have a hard time," Carr said. Record
"We're either going to learn, or we're Seaso
going to learn the hard way."

him twice and made nine tackles to lead a stel-
lar Carolina defensive effort.
OREGON 24, SOUTHERN CAL 22: This
rivalry between Oregon and Southern Califor-
nia became even more heated when the two
sides scuffled before their game Saturday. It
promises to be downright intense next time
they meet.
Steve Smith returned one of his three inter-
ceptions for a 38-yard TD in the second quar-
ter.
Jared Siegel kicked a 32-yard field goal
with 12 seconds left as the seventh-ranked
Ducks pulled off yet another breathtaking vic-
tory over USC, 24-22 Saturday night. It was
Oregon's unprecedented fourth straight over
the Trojans.
"There's obviously still some magic at
Autzen Stadium," Oregon coach Mike Bellotti
said. "Our kids just believe they're going to
win, and they find a way."
Steve Smith had three interceptions, and
Joey Harrington directed his eighth career
fourth-quarter comeback for the Ducks (1-0
Pac-10, 3-0 overall), who extended their home
winning streak to 23.
"I think (Harrington) wants to be an actor,
because he always likes to do that final scene,
that curtain call," Bellotti said.
Carson Palmer had one of the best passing
games in Southern Cal history, throwing for
411 yards to lead a furious comeback by the
Trojans (0-1, 1-2).
UCLA 13, OHIO STATE 6: UCLA line-
backer Robert Thomas didn't need to say a
word - his wide smile told the story for an

GAME PROGRESSION
First Quarter:
Western Michigan takes the open-
ing kickoff and drives 47 yards in
10 plays. Broncos quarterback
Jeff Welsh picks apart Michigan's
secondary with the spread
offense, but the drive stalls after a
Victor Hobson sack. Western
Michigan kicker Robert
Menchinger comes up five yards
short on a 44-yard field goal.
Michigan takes advantage by dri-
ving 73 yards in nine plays. The
big play comes when B.J. Askew
catches a screen pass from John
Navarre and rolls 41 yards,
untouched, into the end zone.
Michigan 7, Western Michigan O
Second Quarter:
Navarre hits Calvin ell for a 29-
yard gain down to Western's 22
yard line. A pair of false start
penalties serve as drive-killers, but
Hayden Epstein nails a 37-yard
field goal.
Michigan 10, Western Michigan 0
Undaunted after throwing an
interception to Marlin Jackson at
Michigan's seven-yard line, Welsh
leads the Broncos 47 yards in 3
plays. Welsh hits Micah Zuhl for a
17-yard touchdown pass.
Michigan 10, Western Michigan 7
The Wolverines come right back
with a touchdown of their own.
Michigan takes just 1:38 to drive
78 yards in five plays. Navarre
goes deep to Bell again, this time
for 47 yards. Askew scores his
second touchdown on an eight-
yard run around the lef tackle.
Michigan 17, Western Michigan 7
Welsh horribly overhrows his
intended receiver and is intercept-
ed by Todd Howard at the Michi-
gan 35 yard line.
Navarre needs just three plays to
make the Broncos pay. He con-
nects on 40-yard bomb to Mar-
quise Walker, who makes a
spectacular fingertip catch in the
end zone with 44 seconds left in
the half.
Michigan 24, Western Michigan 7
Third Quarter:
Michigan's offense continues its
scoring binge by putting up a
touchdown on the first posses-
sion of the second half. Askew
busts right up hemiddle for a 30-
yard run down to Western's 40-
yard line.
Seven plays later, Askew strikes
again. He takes a handoff on a
draw, cuts to his left and runs
untouched 26 yards into the end
zone for his third touchdown.
Michigan 31, Western Michigan 7
The roncos come right back.
They go 80 yards in nine plays,
and Welsh tosses a four-yard
touchdown pass to cap off the
drive.
Michigan 31, Western Michigan 14
Fourth Quarter:
With backups in the game, Michi-
gan scores its final touchdown on
a one-yard run by freshman David
Underwood. The run was set up
by a 34-yard pass from Jermaine
Gonzales to tight end Bill Sey-
mour
Michigan 38, Western Michigan 14
Refusing to give up, the Broncos
score one last touchdown of their
own. The 16-play, 79-yard drive
culminates in a two-yard scoring
run by Welsh, who threw 14
passes on the drive.
Michigan 38, Western Michigan 21
WHO'S NEXT:
Illinois
Finally, the Big Ten season begins. After an
inconsistent performance in the nonconfer-
,ence games, Michigan opens league play
against the Fighting Illini, who are trying to
rebound from a disappointing 5-6 record a
year ago.
Western Michigan's Jeff Welsh passed 56
times on Saturday, and the Wolverines will

get more of the same from Illinois. Senior
Kurt Kittner is one of the top quarterbacks
in the nation, and he will no doubt test
Michigan's secondary by throwing deep
early and often to redshirt sophomore Bran-
don Lloyd.
BIG TEN STANDINGS

North Carolina's Julius Peppers terrorized Florida State in the Tar Heels' surprising victory.

often-criticized Bruins' defense. (No. 14 AP,
No. 12 ESPN/USA Today) UCLA stymied
Ohio State throughout Saturday's only
matchup of Top 25 teams in beating the 21st-
ranked Buckeyes 13-6 before an enthusiastic
crowd of 73,723 at the Rose Bowl.
"We've been through a lot," said Thomas, a
senior who made six tackles - five for losses.
"The offense has done it in the past, and it
was time to pay them back. It's nice to make

plays and celebrate out there."
The Bruins did an especially good job con-
taining senior quarterback Steve Bellisari,
who completed only 5-of-23 passes for 45
yards with two interceptions, netted 15 yards
on nine rushing attempts, and refused com-
ment afterward.
"The corners and the safeties did a good job
on pass coverage, and the linebackers, we kept
our eye on Bellisari," Thomas said.

turn of the MAC
MAC has been a thorn in the Big Ten's side for the past few years, but Michigan has managed to avoid the trend. While other Big Ten schools (see: Min-
ota) get embarrassed by MAC schools, Michigan's 38-21 victory over Western Michigan on Saturday pushed the Wolverines' record against current MAC
Dols to 15-0. It should be noted that all 15 of those games were played at Michigan Stadium.
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imi (Ohio) 0-3 Michigan 31, Miami (Ohio) 13 (2001)
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bet Wisconsin Illinois Northwestern Michigan State
'd this week 12-3(1-0) 11-4(1-0) 11-4(1-0) 8-7(1-0)
)n Record (Best bets) 23-7(2-0) 18-12(2-0) 1&12 (2-0) 20-10(2-0)

Team
Wisconsin
Illinois
Iowa
Michigan State
Northwestern
Purdue
Michigan
Ohio State
Minnesota
Indiana
Penn State

Big Ten
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1

Overall
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3-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-0
2-1
1-1
1-1
0-2
0-2

THIS WEEKEND'S RESULTS
Michigan 38, Western Michigan 21
Wisconsin 18, Penn State 6
Purdue 33, Akron 14
Northwestern 44, Duke 7
UCLA 13, Ohio State 6
Illinois 34, Louisville 10
MichiganState 17, Notre2Dame 10
Utah 28, Indiana 26
Minnesota and Iowa, idle
'M' SCHEDULE

Date
Sept. 1
Sept. 8
Sept. 22
Sept. 29
Oct. 6
Oct. 13
Oct. 27
Nov. 3
Nov. 10
Nov. 17
Nov. 24

Opponent Time-TV/Result
MIAIrOHO) W, 31-13
at W oashi ton L, 23-18
wESTERN MIcHIGAN W, 38-21
ILLINOIS 3:30 p.m., ABC
at P nn State TBA
PURDUE 12:10, TBA
at Iowa TBA
at Michigan State TBA
MINNESOTA TBA
at Wisconsin TBA
oHo STATE 1 p.m., ABC

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