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The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 12, 2001- 5B
"TO COME OUT HERE AND LOSE THE SEASON LIKE WE DID TODAY IS JUST RIDICULOUi."
- MINNESOTA QUARTERBACK ASAD-ABDUL KHALIQ ON THE GOLDEN GOPHERS' LOSS,
WHICH KILLED MINNESOTA'S BOWL HOPES.

NEW A

WEEKEND'S BEST

BLACKOUT: No. 15 South Carolina
had been hyping Saturday's game
against No. 3 Florida as the
biggest home game in South Car-
olina's school history.
To commemorate the occasion,
84,900 Gamecocks fans filled
Williams-Brice Stadium completely
dressed in black. The goal was to
intimidate Florida. So, what hap-
pened?
Gators quarterback Rex Grossman
threw three more touchdown
passes as Florida flogged South
Carolina, 54-17.
WHAT COVER JINX?: Until Saturday's
game, Oregon State had been just
another victim of the Sports Illus-
trated cover jinx.
The magazine picked the Beavers
to win the national title, and Ore-
gon State responded with a 3-5
start. But the Beavers finally
flexed some muscle against No. 8
Washington on Saturday.
Ken Simonton's three first-quarter
touchdowns put the Huskies in a

hole that they couldn't recover
from. Oregon State blew out
Washington, 49-24, in effect
killing the Huskies' BCS hopes.
STATE OF EMBARRASSMENT: Michigan
State has a habit of pulling a huge
upset and then going in the tank.
This year is no different.
After playing out of their minds in
a 26-24 win over Michigan, the
Spartans allowed 489 rushing
yards on Saturday against Indiana.
The Hoosiers stunned Michigan
State, 37-28.

HOW THE AP TOP 25 FARED
Associated Press Poll for week of November 5.
Games updated through November 12.
Team: Last week: This week:
1. Miami (Fla.) beat Boston College 18-7 No. 14 Syracuse
2. Nebraska beat Kansas State 31-21 Kansas State
3. Oklahoma beat Texas A&M 31-10 at Texas Tech
4. Florida beat No. 14 South Carolina 54-17No. 21 Florida State
5. Texas beat Kansas 59-0 idle
6. Tennessee beat Memphis 49-28 at Kentucky

NEW AP
TOP 25
(first-place votes in parentheses)

7. Oregon
8. Washington
9. Brigham Young
10. Florida State
11. Washington State
12. Michigan
13. Maryland
14. South Carolina
15. Illinois
16. Stanford
17. UCLA
18. Syracuse
19. Georgia
20. Georgia Tech
21. Colorado
22. Michigan State
23. Virginia Tech
24. Auburn
25. Louisville

beat No. 17 UCLA 21-20 idle
lost to Oregon State 49-24 No. 9 Washington State
beat Wyoming 41-34 Utah
lost to North Carolina State 34-28 at No. 4 Florida
beat Arizona State 28-16 at No. 16 Washington
beat Minnesota 3110 at Wisconsin
beat Clemson 37-20 at North Carolina State
lost to No. 4 Florida 54-17 Clemson
beat Penn State 33-28 at No. 25 Ohio State
beat Arizona 51-37 California
lost to No. 7 Oregon 21-20 at USC
beat West Virginia 24-13 at No. 1Miami (Fla.)
lost to No. 24 Auburn 24-17 at Mississippi
lost to Virginia 39-38 at Wake Forest
beat Iowa State 40-27 idle
lost to Indiana 37-28 at Purdue
beat Temple 35-0 at Virginia
beat No. 19 Georgia 24-17 Alabama
beat Houston 34-10 at East Carolina

TEAM
1. Miami (Fla.) (44)!
2. Nebraska (28)
3. Oklahoma !
4. Florida!
5. Texas
6. Tennessee
7. Oregon
8. Brigham Young
9. Washington State
10. Maryland
11. Michigan
12. IllinoisZ
13. StanfordE
14. Syracuse
15. Colorado
16. Washington
17. Auburn
18. Virginia Tech
19. Louisville
20. UCLAE
21. Florida State f
22. South Carolina
23. Georgia'
24. Marshall!
25. Ohio State E

8-0
11-0
9-1
8-1
9-1
7-1
9-1
10-0
9-1
9-1
7-2
8-1
6-2
8-2
8-2
7-2
7-2
7-2
9-1
6-3
6-3
7-3
5-3
8-1
6-3

PTS
1,768
1,756
1,609
1,608
1,518
1,407
1,388
1,188
1,187
1,103
1,078
1,020
917
843
.748
722
596
459
417
379
368
341
131
128
112

PVS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
11
13
12
15
16
18
21
8
24
23
25
17
10
14
19
NR
NR

Oregon State's
Ken Simonton
AP PHOTO

Dropped Out: No. 20 Georgia Tech, No. 22
Michigan State

Shocker: Following huge victory, Spartans lose

GAME PROGRESSION
First Quarter:
Following a punt, the Wolverines
march 72 yards in 10 plays. The big
play is a 15-yard pass interference
penalty against Minnesota.
The penalty gives Michigan the ball
at the Golden Gophers' nine-yard
line. Two plays later, B.J. Askew
scores from five yards out.
Michigan 7, Minnesota O
Second Quarter:
Michigan is driving for another
touchdown, but John Navarre is
intercepted in the endzone on
fourth-and-goal from the Golden
Gophers' one-yard line.
Minnesota takes over at its own 20
and drives 80 yards in nine plays to
tie the score. Asad-Abdul Khaliq hits
Ron Johnson for a 35-yard gain on
the first play, and the two connect
again for a 15-yard touchdown.
Michigan 7, Minnesota 7
On Minnesota's next possession, the
Golden Gophers are forced to punt
from deep in their own territory.
Tyrece Butler breaks through the line
and blocks Preston Gruening's kick,
which gives Michigan the ball at the
Minnesota five-yard line.
Two plays later, Askew scores his
second touchdown, from two yards
out.
Michigan 14, Minnesota 7
With 40 seconds left in the half,
Michigan sets up for a 35-yard field
goal. But Minnesota blocks the kick,
and the Golden Gophers recover at
their own 40-yard line.
Minnesota drives 37 yards in 36 sec-
onds. With four seconds left in the
half, Dan Nystrom nails a 40-yard
field goal.
Michigan 14, Minnesota 10 .
Third Quarter:
The Wolverines start out fast and
seize the momentum. Todd Howard
returns the opening kickoff 54 yards,
putting the ball at Minnesota's 40-
yard line.
Five plays later, Michigan scores
when Calvin Bell takes the ball on a
reverse and runs, untouched, 19
yards into the endzone.
Michigan 21, Minnesota 10
On its next possession, Michigan
scores again. The Wolverines use
6:17 to go 69 yards in 11 plays, and
Hayden Epstein kicks a 41-yard field
goal to cap off the drive.
Michigan 24, Minnesota 10
Fourth Quarter:
Michigan gets the ball on its own 42
with 2:26 left in the third quarter.
Marquise Walker catches a 24-yard
pass and takes a reverse 18 yards,
which puts the ball deep in Minneso-
ta territory.
On the second play of the fourth
quarter, Chris Perryscores from five
yards out for the game's final points.
Michigan 31, Minnesota 10

EAST LANSING (AP) - Antwaan Randle
El passed for a mere 51 yards and no touch-
downs Saturday against No. 22 Michigan
State.
No matter.
Randle El, a fifth-year senior, ran for 149
yards and a score in Indiana's 37-28 victory.
The Hoosiers (3-3 Big Ten, 3-5 overall)
amassed 489 yards on the ground, including a
251-yard, thre6-touchdown effort by running
back Levron Williams.
"We were prepared to play Michigan State,
and we've got the best running game in the
Big Ten," Williams said. "We can do this to
anyone"
Randle El became the NCAA Division I-A
career rushing leader among quarterbacks,
and fullback Jeremi Johnson added 96 yards
and a touchdown.
"We feel like we can move the ball on any-
one," Randle El said. "The only thing that can
stop us is our own stupid penalties and
r' turnovers."
"It's (the record's) a huge accomplishment,
but I'm only going to celebrate until 4:30
tomorrow," Randle El said. "After that, it's all
about Penn State (next week's opponent). I
can enjoy this after my career."
Michigan State (3-3, 5-3), which was com-
ing off an emotional 26-24 win over Michi-
gan, had won the last four meetings against
Indiana.
"We didn't play with the fire that Indiana
did," Michigan State coach Bobby Williams
said. "They had a lot more emotion than us."
Indiana entered the game as the Big Ten
leader in rushing offense, scoring offense,
total offense and turnover margin.
The Hoosiers took control of the Old Brass
Spittoon, which has been awarded to the wn-
ner since 1950. Randle El held the Spittoon
in his arms during a postgame news confer-

ence.
ILLINOIS 33, PENN STATE 28 - Another
miserable start, another comeback victory for
Illinois
Illinois overcame two Penn State kick
returns for touchdowns by intercepting four
passes in a 33-28 victory Saturday.
"We showed heart and character. Our guys
did not panic," coach Ron Turner said.
The Illini (5-1, 8-1) may not have, but their
fans were close to it after Larry Johnson
returned a kickoff 97 yards for a go-ahead
touchdown with 3:29 remaining. It was the
only touchdown of the second half for the
Nittany Lions (2-4, 3-5).
Illinois got the ball back on its own 20.
After two incompletions, Kurt Kittner found
Brandon Lloyd open on the sideline for a 30-
yard completion and hit Aaron Moorehead
for 13 yards.
Illinois then ran the ball five straight times,
the last a 13-yard touchdown run by Rocky
Harvey for the winning score with 1:19 to go.
"This team has the attitude that they're not
going to be denied no matter what happens,
no matter what is thrown at them," Turner
said. "Our guys get stronger as the game goes
on and they keep wearing on people."
OHIO STATE 35, PURDUE 9 - Steve Bellis-
ari threw three touchdown passes, and Ohio
State's defense intercepted three- passes- and
forced two safeties as the Buckeyes beat Pur-
due 35-9 Saturday.
Ohio State (4-2, 6-3) can still share the
conference title by winning its final two
games. The Buckeyes play host to Illinois,
then play at rival Michigan.
Bellisari has been booed at home all season
for his mediocre performances. For the sec-
ond straight game, however, he seemed to
make all the right moves.
. He completed 14 of 20 passes for 263

Levron Williams ran for 251 yards and three touchdowns In Indiana's 37-28 win at Michigan State.

yards without an interception. His touchdown
throws - all in the second half-- covered 53
yards to Michael Jenkins, 13 yards to Ben
Hartsock, and 7 yards to Chris Vance.
Vance had the biggest receiving day of his
career, catching seven passes for 138 yards.
Jonathan Wells carried 21 times for 101

yards and a touchdown.
Purdue (3-3, 5-3), which came in ranked
last in the Big Ten in offense, struggled all
day. Quarterback Brandon Hance completed
just 10 of 22 passes for 122 yards and was
intercepted by Donnie Nickey, Cie Grant and
Derek Ross.

Bowling, anyone?
With two games left in the Big Ten season, the conference championship is still very much up for grabs. Three teams - Michigan, Illinois and Ohio State -
still have a chance to win the title, depending on which of several scenarios comes to pass over the next couple of weeks.

Wisconsin's Lee Evans

5- Big Ten
7-2 overall

MICHIGAN WILL WIN THE
TITLE IF: the Wolverines can
win their final two games.
It's that simple for Michigan.
If the Wolverines can win at
Wisconsin this Saturday and
then defeat Ohio State the fol-
lowing weekend, Michigan
will win the Big Ten title and
will receive the conference's
BCS bid.

b 4-2 Big Ten
6-3 overall
OHIO STATE WILL WIN THE
TITLE IF: the Buckeyes can
win their final two games.
Although Ohio State is cur-
rently third in the Big Ten, the
Buckeyes play Illinois and
Michigan in their last two
games. If it wins out, an 8-3
Ohio State squad will be head-
ed to the BCS in coach Jim
Tressel's first season.

5-1 Big Ten
S8-1 overall
ILLINOIS WILL WIN THE TITLE
IF: a few things happen.
First off, Illinois has to win its
last two games - at Ohio
State this Saturday, and home
versus Northwestern the fol-
lowing week. In addition, Illi-
nois needs Michigan to lose
once since the Wolverines
own the head-to-head
tiebreaker with Illinois.

WHO'S NEXT:
WISCONSIN
The Badgers can look great; their come-
back win at Ohio State is a good example.
But Wisconsin can also look terrible, as
evidenced by a 42-28 home loss to Michi-
gan State.
Which Wisconsin team will show up this
week? Coach Barry Alvarez might not
even know. Regardless, the Badgers are
trying to end a three-game losing streak
against Michigan.
As for the Wolverines, this trip to Camp
Randall Stadium is their last road game of
the season. Michigan needs to win this
game if it wants to maintain its dreams of
a Big Ten championship and a BCS bowl
bid.
BIG TEN STANDINGS

MARJORIE MARSHALL/Daily
Michigan Is two wins away from a Big Ten championship.

Yikes.

I

That's the only word that
could describe this week's
poor showing in Staff Picks.
Goodstein won with an 8-7
record, although he gets the
Ass-Clown of the Week award
for incorrectly typing in the
Washington-Oregon State
game.
When Goodstein typed up
these staff picks for last
week's Football Saturday, he
made Washington the home
team (the error has been cor-
rected). All four writers
picked Washington, and three
of them went so far as to

STAFF PICKS
WEEK 10 SEECTIONS
ALL PICKS MADE AGAINST THE SPREAD.
CORRECT PICKS IN BOLD.

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

Big Ten
5 1'
5 1
4 2
3 3
3 3
3 3
3 3
3 4
2 4
2 5
1 5

Overall
8 1
7 2
6 3
5 3
5 3
5 5
3 5
5 4
3 5
4 5
3 6

Raphael Arun
Goodstein Gopal

Jeff
Phillips

Jon
Schwartz

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THIS WEEKEND'S RESULTS
MICHIGAN 31, Minnesota 10
Indiana 37, MICHIGAN STATE 28
ILLINOIS 33, Penn State 28
Iowa 59, NORTHWESTERN 16

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