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The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 19, 2001- 5B
"HOPEFULLY, THEY WON'T PUT ALL THE BLAME ON ME."
-WISCONSIN FRESHMAN DEFENSIVE BACK BRETT BELL, WHEN ASKED HOW HE FELT
FOR THE WISCONSIN SENIORS WHO FINISHED THEIR CAREERS WITHOUT A WIN AGAINST MICHIGAN.

NEW AP

WEEKEND'S BEST

HOW THE AP TOP 25 FARED

HURRICANE DORSEY: After Miami
squeaked past Boston College
two weeks ago, prognosticators
around the country began ques-
tioning just how good the Hurri-
canes really are. Consider that
question answered.
Syracuse came into the Orange
Bowl riding an eight-game winning
streak, but the Orangemen could
only watch as Miami bludgeoned
them, 59-0.
Miami quarterback Ken Dorsey
tossed four touchdown passes and
the Hurricanes' offensive tine held
Syracuse star Dwight Freeney
without a tackle.
BREAK UP THE TERPS: If, at the start
of the season, someone had bet
money on Maryland winning the
ACC title, he would have been
ridiculed. He would also be spec-
tacularly rich right now.
The Terrapins completed one of
the most remarkable seasons in
recent memory by upending North
Carolina State, 23-19, in Raleigh
to clinch the ACC championship

outright. Ralph Friedgen's Terrap-
ins are now headed to the BCS,
most likely the Orange Bowl.
IRONED AND FOLDED: Considering how
much Alabama struggled this
year, most people thought Auburn
would walk away with the Iron
Bowl this year.
Naturally, the Crimson Tide domi-
nated. Paced by 199 yards and
two touchdowns from tailback
Santonio Beard, Alabama pounded
Auburn, 31-7, in the biggest Iron
Bowl blowout in the last 24 years.

Associated Press Poll for week of November 5.
Games updated through November 12.
Team: Last week:

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

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

beat No. 14 Syracuse 59-0
Idle
beat Texas Tech 30-13
beat No. 21 Florida State 37-13
idle
beat Kentucky 38-35
Idle
beat Utah 24-21
lost to No. 8 Washington
beat N.C. State 23-19
beat Wisconsin 20-17
beat No. 25 Ohio State 34-22
beat. California 35-28
lost to No. 1 Miami (Fla.) 59-0
Idle
beat Wash. State 26-14
lost to Alabama 31-7
beat Virginia 31-17
beat East Carolina 39-34
lost to Southern Cal'
lost to No. 4 Florida 37-13
beat Clemson 20-15
beat Mississippi 35-15
beat Ohio 42-18
lost to No. 12 Illinois 34-22

This week:
No. 16 Washington
at No. 15 Colorado (Fri.)
Oklahoma State
Idle
at Texas A&M (Fri.)
Vanderbilt
Idle
Idle
TBA
TBA
Ohio State
Northwestern (Thurs.)
Notre Dame
Boston College
No. 2 Nebraska (Fri.)
at No. 1Miami
Idle
Idle
TCU
Idle
Idle
TBA
at Georgia Tech
Youngstown State
at No. 11 Michigan

TEAM
1. Miami (Fla.) (52)
2. Nebraska (20)
3. Florida
4. Oklahoma
5. Texas
6. Oregon
7. Tennessee
8. Maryland
9. Brigham Young
10. Illinois
11. Michigan
12. Washington
13. Stanford
14. Colorado
15. Washington State
16. Virginia Tech
17. Louisville
18. South Carolina
19. Georgia
20. Marshall
21. Georgia Tech
22. Syracuse
23. Fresno State
24. Arkansas
25. Boston College

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

PTS
1,777
1,746
1,615
1,613
1,519
1,404
1,372
1,197
1,188
1,130
1,103
987
958
867
788
657
609
575
434
354
284
272
207
189
148

PVS
1
2
4
3
5
7
6
10
8
12
11
16
13
15
9
18
22
23
24
NR
14
NR
NR
NR

Dropped Out: No. 17 Auburn, No. 20 UCLA,
No. 21 Florida State, No. 25 Ohio State

Orange Crushed: Hurricanes

make example
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) - Miami coach
Larry Coker thought his top-ranked Hurricanes
played a near-perfect game against then-No. 14
Syracuse.
After reviewing the tape yesterday, he realized
he was right. Miami (6-0, 9-0) racked up 566
yards of offense, didn't have a turnover and
recorded its third shutout of the season in hold-
ing Syracuse to 185 total yards.
"It was about like we saw," Coker said yester-
day. "We thought we played very, very well, and
really we did."
Ken Dorsey threw four touchdown passes,
Clinton Portis and Frank Gore each ran for more
than 100 yards - the first time the Hurricanes
have had two 100-yard rushers in a game since
1997 - and tackle Bryant McKinnie shut down
NCAA sack leader Dwight Freeney, who didn't
even have a tackle.
The Orangemen (5-1, 8-3) didn't cross mid-
field until the third quarter, but even then, a
sack pushed them back across the 50-yard line.
Syracuse advanced to Miami 27 in the fourth
quarter, then threw an interception.
The Hurricanes, who have the nation's longest
winning streak at 19 games, clinched at least a
share of the conference title and virtually locked
up a spot in a Bowl Championship Series game.
They also regained the top spot in the USA
Today/ESPN coaches' poll Sunday, moving back
in front of Nebraska (11-0). That should help
Miami solidify its No. 2 ranking in the BCS
standings released Monday.
13RIGHAM YOUNG 24, UTAH 21: There might
be some BCS for BYU after all.
Luke Staley had two touchdowns and a two
point conversion in the final three and a half
minutes as BYU rallied from an 11-point deficit
to beat rival Utah 24-21, keeping the Cougars
undefeated and on track for a possible BCS
game.
BYU (7-0, 11-0) won the Mountain West title
and a berth in the Liberty Bowl against
Louisville. School officials were careful to say
they're happy for that, but clearly the Cougars
are thinking bigger. They expect to play in a
major bowl game.
"There's a little destiny here," quarterUack
Brandon Doman said. "We win these next two
garmes, we'll get in somewhere. That's my feel-
ing. If they hold us out, they're going to have a
big-time war on their hands."
With representatives from the Fiesta and
Sugar Bowls watching Saturday night, BYU
stunned the rival Utes (4-2, 7-3).
While the Mountain West champ doesn't
automatically qualify for the BCS, the Cougars
might become the first outsiders to crash the
big-money games if they can win Dec. 1 at Mis-
sissippi State and at Hawaii one week later.
FLORIDA 37, FLORIDA STATE 13: Rex Gross-
man and a smothering Florida defense were
every bit as good as Bobby Bowden feared.
Grossman threw for 290 yards and two touch-
downs and the fourth-ranked Gators came up
~ with two key defensive stops to ease to a 37-13
victory over No. 21 Florida State.
The Gators (9-1) weren't perfect, but they

of Cuse, 59-0
were good enough to validate Bowden's fears.
The coach was only half kidding last week when
he said the Seminoles would need a miracle to
win in this, a game in which they were an
unheard-of 15-point underdog.
"I don't know how you hold them down;
they've got so many guns," Bowden said. "They
remind me of us the last couple years."
The victory kept the Gators in the thick of the
national-title picture - although that loss to
Auburn last month could still prove their undo-
ing. It was also convincing enough to knock
Florida State (6-4) out of The Associated Press
poll for the first 'time since early in the 1989
season.
WASHINGTON 26, WASHINGTON STATE 14:
Cody Pickett threw for a career-high 371 yards
and freshman receiver Reggie Williams had his
best game yet with 11 catches for 203 yards as
No. 16 Washington beat No. 9 Washington State
26-14 in the Apple Cup on yesterday.
Only seven days earlier, the Huskies (6-2, 8-2)
felt like nothing went right in a 49-24 loss to
Oregon State. It was Washington State's turn for
one of those frustrating days.
The Pac-10's turnaround team couldn't keep it
up through the game that mattered most.
The Cougars (6-2, 9-2) had first-and-goal
three times and couldn't score. They committed
four turnovers and couldn't count on the players
they have all season: quarterback Jason Gesser,
running back Dave Minnich, receiver Nakoa
McElrath, and their secondary.
It cost them a chance at a share of the Pac-10
title and a top-tier bowl game. Instead the
Cougars likely will be playing in the Sun Bowl
on Dec. 31.
With Washington State's loss, No. 7 Oregon
clinches at least a tie for the conference champi-
onship and the Pac-10's Bowl Championship
Series berth.
The Huskies probably will be invited to the
Holiday Bowl on Dec. 28 in San Diego. Repre-
sentatives of the Fiesta, Holiday, Sun and Seattle
bowls attended the game.
MARYLAND 23, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 19 -
First-year coach Ralph Friedgen and Maryland
had come so far this season, they were not about
to let this opportunity slip away.
Picked to finish far back in the Atlantic Coast
Conference pack this season, the Terrapins
capped off one of the more improbable runs to
the league title with an improbable comeback
Saturday night to beat North Carolina State 23-
19.
Maryland (7-1, 10-1) earned the ACC's berth
in the Bowl Championship Series and is possi-
bly headed to the Orange. The Terrapins' last
major bowl was the 1977 Cotton.
"This is a tribute to our players," Friedgen
said. "Talk about persevering and never giving
up and never getting down."
Friedgen pumped his first in the air as the
clock hit zero, becoming the first rookie coach
to win the ACC crown in his initial season in the
league.
He also led the Terrapins to their first 10-win
season since 1976 and fifth in school history.

GAME PROGRESSION
First Quarter:
Wisconsin takes the opening kickoff
and marches 80 yards in 12 plays.
On third down at the Michigan one-
yard line, Wisconsin quarterback
Brooks Bollinger keeps the ball on
the option and runs in for the touch-
down.
Wisconsin 7, Michigan O
After a strong defensive series, the
Wolverines get the ball back on the
Wisconsin 40-yard line.
On third-and-eight from the nine-yard
line, John Navarre's pass to Mar-
quise Walker falls incomplete. But
Wisconsin defensive back Mike
Echols is called for pass interference
on the play and the Wolverines get a
first down.
Two plays later Navarre finds a wide-
open Deitan Dubuc for the touch-
down.
Michigan 7, Wisconsin 7
Second Quarter:
After Bollinger's pass to wideout
Nick Davis falls incomplete on third
down, Wisconsin is forced to punt.
Freshman Marlin Jackson breaks
through the line and blocks R.J.
Morse's punt. Jackson recovers his
own block and runs in 43 yards for
the score.
Michigan 14, Wisconsin 7
Third Quarter:
After the Wolverines stop Wisconsin
on its first drive of the second half,
the special teams come up big again.
Walker blocks Morse's punt and the
Wolverines recover the ball at Wis-
consin's five-yard line.
Three plays later, Michigan appears
to score when B.J. Askew plows
into the endzone. But tight end Bill'
Seymour is called for holding and the
touchdown is called back.
Michigan is subsequently unable to
score a touchdown, so Hayden
Epstein trots out and kicks a field
goal.
Michigan 17, Wisconsin 7
The Badgers don't go away, as they
put together a 1 0-play, 71-yard drive
keyed by tight end Mark Anelli's 22-
yard catch on third down, which
puts the ball at Michigan's 48-yard
line. Wisconsin's Anthony Davis caps
off the drive by running for a 10 yard
touchdown.
Michigan 17, Wisconsin 14
With Michigan on its own 26 -yard
line, Navarre is hit and loses the ball.
Wisconsin defensive tackle Anttaj
Hawthorne recovers the fumble.
After being stopped four plays later,
Wisconsin is forced to settle for a
46-yard field goal by Mark Neuser.
Michigan 17, Wisconsin 17
Fourth Quarter:
After Neuser misses a 36-yard field
goal with 1:26 left the Wolverines
get the ball back with the last chance
to score. But when Michigan is
stopped on three plays it is forced io
punt with 24 seconds left.
Epstein's 40-yard punt hits off Wis-
consin's Brett Bell. Michigan corner-
back Brandon Williams recovers the
live ball at the Badgers' 14-yard line.
Epstein nails a 31-yard field goal with
10 seconds left.
Michigan 20, Wisconsin 17

AP PHOTO
Ken Dorsey threw four touchdown passes as top-ranked Miami (Fla.) embarrassed No. 13 Syracuse,
59-0, on Saturday.
Similarities Abound
Last Saturday's 20-17 victory over Wisconsin reminded Michigan fans of the Wolver-
ines' 26-24 loss to Michigan State onNov. 3 for more than just the bizarre ending.
Here's a few other ways in which the two games mirrored each other.

vs. Michigan State
House of Pain's "Jump
Around"

Michigan "deserved better"
Michigan's Jeremy LeSueur
Michigan State's timekeeper
"Ann Arbor's a whore"
Invisible second half
Bad

Home song to rally
the troops
Carr said after the
game
Game-ending goat
Game-ending hero
T-shirt slogan
Marquise Walker's
performance
John Navarre

ALYSSA WOOD/Daily
vs. Wisconsin
House of Pain's "Jump
Around"
Wisconsin "deserved better"
Wisconsin's Brett Bell
Michigan's Brandon Williams
"Ann Arbor's a whore"
Invisible for entire game
Even worse

WHO'S NEXT:
OHIO STATE
First-year Ohio State coach Jim Tres-
sell's team has been in and out of the Top
25 all year. But the Buckeyes saw their
own BCS hopes dashed last Saturday with
a 34-22 loss at home to Illinois.
Now they can play the spoiler - a win
against Michigan this week and an Illinois
win would take Michigan out of the BCS.
But wins against Michigan haven't
come easy for Ohio State. The Buckeyes
have lost five of its last six meetings with
Michigan and haven't won inthe Big
House since 1987.
.......................................................................
BIG TEN STANDINGS

Ohio State's Jonathan Wells

" __

Back-to-back
For the second consecutive
week, Goodstein was the best
(if you can call it that) of a
mediocre bunch. He and
Phillips tied at 8-7, but based
on the best bet tiebreaker,
Goodstein came out on top.
Interestingly, had Maryland
not scored in the last minute
against North Carolina State,
Goodstein would have gotten
his third straight best bet
w rong.
In that case, he would have
had to wear a paper bag on
his head for next week's staff
picks. Unfortunately for just
about everybody, the Wolf-
pack played a prevent

STAFF PICKS
WEEK 10 SELECTIONS
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
6 1
6 1
4 3
3 4
4 3
3 4
3 4
4 4
3 4
2 5
1 6

Overall
9 1
8 2
6 4
5 4
6 3
5 6
3 6
6 4
4 5
4 6
3 7

Raphael Arun
Goodstein Gopal

Jeff
Phillips

Jon
Schwartz

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THIS WEEKEND'S RESULTS
Michigan 20, WISCONSIN 17
Illinois 34, OHIo STATE 22
PURDUE 24, Michigan State 14
PENN STATE 28, Indiana 14
IowA 42, Minnesota 24
Bowling Green 43, NORTHWESTERN 42

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