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16A - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - September 3,2002

"AT HALFTIME, WE SAID NO MATTER WHAT WE'RE COMING OUT OF THIS
TUNNEL SINGING 'THE VICTORS.' WE'RE GOING TO WIN."
- SENIOR SAFETY CHARLES DRAKE

PAVERS OF THE GAME:

HUSKIES
Continued from Page 13A
Michigan team trying not just to take one
back from the Huskies, but a team trying
to regain its pride and competitive spirit
after a miserable end to the 2001 cam-
paign. Navarre threw for 268 yards,
including a 45-yard touchdown pass to
Edwards, who had a breakout game.
On the other side of the ball, the Michi-
gan defense looked less like one of the
nation's top units and more like the
mediocre Michigan defenses that have
come before. The bright spot was sopho-
more cornerback Marlin Jackson, who was
matched man-to-man with Washington
wideout Reggie Williams - among the
best at his position anywhere in the college

game. Jackson was still in stride with the
progress he made late last season, and kept
Williams to just six receptions for 72 yards.
"I've been waiting the whole year for
that," Jackson said of his matchup with
Williams.
But the rest of the Washington passing
attack functioned effortlessly, as quarter-
back Cody Pickett passed for 318 yards
and two touchdowns. It took a steady
fourth quarter from Navarre and Brabbs'
storybook field goal to keep 2002 from
starting out similar to 2001.
Second chances. Third chances. Fourth
chances. Tenth chances. After Saturday,
Michigan players, coaches and fans will
give Philip Brabbs more than a few more
shots at redemption as the 2002 season
moves on.

WEEKEND'S BEST

TY SPECIAL IN IRISH DEBUT: In East
Rutherford, N.J., new Notre Dame
coach Ty Willingham made a debut
coaches dream about as his Irish
upset No. 21 Maryland 22-0.
Notre Dame kicker Nick Setta hit
five field goals, and Vontez Duff
returned a punt 76 yards as the Irish
special teams accounted for all 22
points.
Notre Dame's defense held the Terps
to a measley 133 yards including
just 16 on the ground in a surprise
defensive performance.
BUFFS UPSET IN STATE CIVIL WAR: In what
has become one of the most compet-

itive intra-state rivalries in the coun-
try, unranked Colorado State
grabbed an early 13-0 lead and held
off a late Buffalo rally to knock off
No. 6 Colorado, 19-14, in Denver.
Colorado State running back Cecil
Sapp scored two first half touch-
downs and quarterback Bradlee Van
Pelt scrambled 23 yards for a score
with 6:20 left to seal the victory.
Controversial Buffs' skier/wide
reciever Jeremy Bloom returned a
punt 75 yards in his first collegiate
game, but it wasn't nearly enough as
Colorado State improved to 2-0 on
the season.

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Tyrece Butler
DANNY MLOSHK/Daily
OFFENSIVE - Tyrece Butler: Butler
caught six passes for 85 yards, but his
greatest contribution was his fumble
recovery on the game-winning drive.
DEFENSIVE - Marin Jackson: Jack-
son held star wideout Reggie Williams
to three catches for 27 yards when
they were matched up man-to-man. He
also fought through a knee injury.
GAME PROGRESSION
First Quarter:
After forcing Washington to go
three-and-out on its initial drive,
the Wolverines score on their sec-
ond offensive play. Chris Perry
bursts free for a 57-yard touch-
down run.
Philip Brabbs kicks the extra
point.
Michigan 7, Washington O
Second Quarter:
Michigan begins the second quar-
ter on its own 31. Two plays
later, John Navarre connects with
Braylon Edwards for a 45-yard
touchdown reception.
Brabbs kicks the extra point.
Michigan 14, Washington 0
With 8:06 remaining in the quar-
ter, Washington gets on the
board. Cody Pickett completes a
50-yard drive with a three-yard
scoring pass to Kevin Ware.
John Anderson's PAT was
blocked.
Michigan 14, Washington 6
Washington strikes again 1:24
later. A six-yard Rich Alexis run
caps a 25-yard drive set up by a
Perry fumble.
Anderson converts the extra
point.
Michigan 14, Washington 13
Third Quarter:
On Washington's first drive of the
second half, Pickett completes a
51-yard touchdown bomb to
Charles Frederick.
Anderson converts the extra
point.
Washington 20, Michigan 14
Michigan answers on its next
possession,ywhich endedijn a
two-yard Perry rush.
Troy Nienberg makes the extra
point.
Michigan 21, Washington 20
Anderson kicks a field goal before
the third-quarter expires.
Washington 23, Michigan 21
Fourth Quarter:
Perry caps an 80-yard drive with a
three-yard run.
Nienberg makes the point after
touchdown.
Michigan 28, Washington 23
Washington follows with a sus-
tained, 83-yard scoring drive.
Alexis scores from a yard out, but
the two-point attempt fails.
Washington 29, Michigan 28
Following a first-down conversion
off a Tyrece Butler fumble recov-
ery and a key 15-yard Washington
penalty for 12 men on the field,
Brabbs converts a 44-yard field
goal with no time left on the clock
after missing his first two
attempts of the game.
Michigan 31, Washington 29
WHO'S NEXT:
WESTERN MICHIGAN
The Broncos gave Michigan more than it
bargained for last season, even though
the 38-21 final may not show it.
Western Michigan quarterback Jeff
Welsh. who graduated,threw for 374
yards by completing 38-of-58 passes. He
set school single-game records in
attempts and completions against the
Wolverines.
Michigan's pass defense had tons of
trouble with Washington's open attack,
as Cody Pickett victimized the second-
ary with his ability to throw from the
three-step drop.
The Broncos will throw many looks at
Michigan, featuring both quarterbacks
Chad Munson and John Drach. Western

Michigan will hope for another big day
passing in the Big House against a
Michigan secondary that is looking to
improve.
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