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2B - The Michigan Daily - FOOTBALL SATURDM - October 26, 2002

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Football Saturday

Saturday
October 26, 2002
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80 Edwards
9 Butler

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19 Bellamy
27 Bell

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76 Petruziello
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62 Morgan
79 Stenavich
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83 Joppru
14 Mignery
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5 Johnson
19 Smith

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45 Babineaux
98 Robinson
OLB
53 Worthy
49 Follett

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3 Sapp
20 Allen

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Boulder to State College, but at its essence, Foot-
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and social events. At The Michigan Daily, Foot-
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a thing - the thing you hold in your hand. It is
our opportunity to preview the game ahead and
assess the Wolverines' progress so far. It is a
taste of our football coverage, and we hope it is a
critical component of your Football Saturday.
David Hom U J. Brady McCollough Jeff
Phillips Joe Smith
Football writers

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By Ryan Lewis
Daily Arts Writer

SS
33 Sanders
37 Considine

FS
25 Pagel
37 Considine

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8 Jones
13 Ochoa

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Greving 34 R
70 Lightfoot
75 Borchers
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40 Cervantes

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10 Chandtr
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64 Trayrmr 71 Rothwe 69 McMahon 35 Jensen
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WR
11 Hinkel
9 Brown

2002 Michigan roster

Courtesy of Disney
It's no "Toy Story 2," but it definitely gives the crane kick to "Shrek."
'Monsters c, DVD
packedwifeatures

Chilling from the moment it opens, "The Ring" is a
frightening trip that exploits and expands every horror
trick leaving audiences shivering well after the credits
have rolled. A remake of the Japanese horror film
"Ringu," Gore Verbinski's version transforms a tired,
clich6d, and too-often teen topic into a fascinating two
hours of captivating suspense. It gradually builds a level
of anxiousness and edge-of-your-seat trepidation that
amounts to a remarkably scary film. "The Ring" pulsates
with inspiration through a ride of anticipation and terror.
There is a video. Nobody is sure where it came from,
but if you watch it, you die seven days later. In a startling-
ly daunting opening scene, a young girl learns the conse-
quences dying an unexplainable, horrible death. When her

73 Porter
77 Aiello
RT

DE DT
53 Orr 97 Lazarus
95 Kashama or60 Bowman

DT
90 Heuer
94 Massey

DE
92 Rumishek
13 Stevens

CB
3 Jackson
21 LeSueur

CB
30 M. Curry
21 LeSueur

OLB
6 Hobson,
91 Casseus

JLB
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FS
2 June
25 Shazor.

SS
24 Drake
22 Shaw

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2 Cato June
3 Marlin Jackson
4 Darnell Hood
5 Dave Underwood
6 Victor Hobson
6 Alijah Bradley
7 Spencer Brinton
8 Jason Avant
8 Matt Wilde
9 Tyrece Butler
10 Troy Nienberg
12 Brandon Williams
12 Matt Gutierrez
13 Larry Stevens
13 Jeff Kastl
14 Andy Mignery
15 Jonathan Borden
15 Steve Breaston
16 John Navarre
17 Carl Tabb
18 Jermaine Gonzales
19 Ronald Bellamy1
20 Pierre Rembert
21 Jeremy LeSueur
22 Jon Shaw
22 Ross Kesler
23 Chris Perry
24 Charles Drake
25 Ernest Shazor
26 Julius Curry
27 Calvin Bell
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37 Zach Kaufman
38 Blake Nasif
39 Adam Finley
40 Obianna Oluigbo
41 Tim Bracken
42 John Spytek
43 Carl Diggs
44 Sean Sanderson
45 Phil Brackins
46 Nick Upchurch
49 Kirk Moundros
49 Dave Harris
50 Joe Sgroi

Pos. Ht. Wt. Year/Elig.
FS 6-1 217 5th Sr.
CB 6-1 189 So. So.
RB 5-11188 Fr. Fr.
RB 6-0 220 So. So.
OLB 6-1 243 5th Sr.
RB 5-6 152 Fr. Fr.
QB 6-5 224 Sr. Jr.
WR 6-1 206 Fr. Fr.
QB 6-2 191 Fr. Fr.
WR 6-3 213 Sr. Jr.
PK 6-2 171 Sr. Jr.
CB 5-11186 Sr. Sr.
QB 6-4 212 Fr. Fr.
DL 6-3 261 Jr. Jr.
QB 6-3 208 Fr. Fr.
TE/P6-3 250 Sr. Jr.
LB 6-1 222 Sr. Jr.
WR 6-1 169 Fr. Fr.
QB 6-6 228 Sr. Jr.
WR 6-2 171 Fr. Fr.
WR 6-2 210 Jr. So.
WR 6-0 202 Sr. Sr.
RB 6-1 203 Fr. Fr.
CB 6-1 199 Sr. Jr.
FS 6-0 202 Sr. Jr.
WR 6-2 200 Jr. So.
RB 6-1 220 Jr. Jr.
SS 6-2 201 Sr. Sr.
DB 6-4 218 So. Fr.
SS 6-1 195 5th Sr.
WR 6-1 197 Jr. Jr.
DB 6-0 184 Jr. So.
DB 6-0 204 Fr. Fr.
DB 5-11179 Fr. Fr.
CB 5-11181 So. So.
CB 6-0 182 Jr. So.
FB 6-1 232 Jr. So.
WR 5-11195 Jr. So.
DB 5-11198 Fr. Fr.
PK 6-2 200 Sr. Jr.
FB 6-3 233 Sr. Sr.
LB 6-2 212 Fr. Fr.
WR 5-11190 Jr. So.
LB 6-2 243 So. Fr.
ILB 6-1 234 Jr. Jr.
CB 6-0 194 5th Sr.
P/K 6-4 206 Jr. So.
LB 6-0 224 Fr. Fr.
RB 5-10 207 Jr. So.
OLB 6-4 240 Sr. Jr.
ILB 6-1 247 Sr. Jr.
FB 6-3 289 So. Fr.
TE 6-4 231 Sr. Jr.
WR 5-7 180 Sr. Jr.
FB 6-2 234 5th Sr.
LB 6-2 226 Fr. Fr.
LS 5-11214 5th Sr.

50 Jeremy Van Alstyne LB
51 Mike Kolodziej TE
52 Ross Mann LS
52 Kolby Wells LB
53 Shantee Orr DL
54 Mark Bihl OL
55 Andy Christopfel OL
55 Jeremy Read LB
56 Lawrence Reid LB
57 Dave Pearson OL
58 Roy Manning OLB
59 Joey Sarantos LB
60 Grant Bowman DL
62 Courtney Morgan OL
63 Derek Bell OL
64 Stephen Baker DL
64 Jeff Gaston OL
65 Leo Henige OL
66 Andrew King LS
66 Paul Sarantos LB
67 Matt Lentz OL
68 John Wood DL
69 David Schoonover OL
70 Dan Simelis OL
71 Tom Berishaj OL
72 Rueben Riley OL
73 Joe Denay OL
73 Kyle Ealey OL
74 Demetenus Solomon OL
75 David Baas OL
76 Dave Petruziello OL
77 Tony Pape OL
78 Gabriel Watson DL
79 Adam Stenavich OL
80 Braylon Edwards WR
81 Brent Cummings WR
83 Bennie Joppru TE
84 Kevin Murphy TE
85 Dave Spytek TE
86 Jim Fisher TE
88 Tim Massaquoi WR
89 Deitan Dubuc TE
90 Norman Heuer DL
91 Emmnuel Casseus LB
91 Rondell Biggs DL
92 Dan Rumishek DL
93 Alex Ofili DL
94 Patrick Massey DL
94 Matt Studenski TE
95 Alain Kashama DL
95 Mike Mandich TE
96 Chris Matsos WR
96 Larry Harrison DL
97 Shawn Lazarus DL
97 Luke Perl PK
99 Andy Stejskal WR
99 Pierre Woods DL

No. Name

6-4 235 Fr.
6-7 300 Fr.
6-1 220 Jr.
6-2 229 Jr.
6-1 255 Sr.
6-4 278 Fr.
6-3 295 Jr.
6-1 227 Jr.
6-1 219 So.
6-3 291 Sr.
6-2 238 Jr.
6-3 217 So.
6-1 290 Sr.
6-3 298 Sr.
6-5 267 So.
6-1 261 5th
6-5 287 Jr.
6-4 318 So.
6-1 245 So.
6-4 252 Fr.
6-6 301 So.
6-4 281 5th
6-3 274 So.
6-7 283 So.
6-4 313 Fr.
6-3 318 Fr.
6-8 303 5th
6-7 277 So.
6-6 297 Sr.
6-5 320 Jr.
6-4 297 5th
6-6 305 Sr.
6-4 358 Fr.
6-5 302 So.
6-3 206 So.
5-11193 Sr.
6-5 249 5th
6-5 240 Fr.
6-7 250 So.
6-5 249 Jr.
6-4 231 So.
6-4 248 5th
6-5 288 Sr.
6-2 244 Sr.
6-2 261 Fr.
6-4 273 5th
6-3 262 So.
6-8 260 So.
6-4 190 So.
6-5 259 Jr.
6-3 241 So.
6-0 206 So.
6-3 321 Fr.
6-4 288 5th
6-0 206 Jr.
6-4 198 Jr.
6-5 238 So.

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By Christian Smith
Daily Arts Writer

Disney/Pixar release
"Monsters, Inc." fea-
tures astounding graph-
ics, loads of bonus
extras, and of course
the endearing animated
adventure film itself.
The film has been such
a smash success that it
recently became the
best selling DVD of all
time. In a mere four

Pos. Ht. Wt. Year/Elig.

Earlier this year, a new category
was introduced at the Academy
Awards, and although "Shrek" took
home the award for Best Animated
Feature Film, there was another film
that could just have easily grabbed
Oscar gold. Now out on DVD, the

MONSTER
DV
Picture/Sound
Movie: ****
Features: **-
Disn

weeks, it surpassed the previous
record set by (ironically) "Shrek,"
selling 9.2 million copies compared
to 9 million for the green ogre.
Whereas "Toy Story" crafted a
remarkably intelligent and witty story
under the guise of a similarly inspired
adventure tale, "Monsters, Inc."
leaves behind some of the dialogue
and brings together a hide-and-seek
account of corporate greed, filled
with twists and turns, leading up to an
action-packed finale.
This may not sound like your aver-
age Disney cartoon, but the latest line
of digitally animated films have long
since transcended that genre. Appeal-
ing to kids and adults alike, the
movie's creatively simple story is its
driving force. In Monstropolis, a par-
allel monster world, monsters Mike
Wazowski (voiced by Billy Crystal)
and James P. Sullivan (John Good-
man) work at the titular scare factory,
harvesting energy from frightened
children's screams by coming out of
their closets. This is not an easy job
though, as the monsters are told that
children are toxic and that direct con-
tact with them would be catastrophic.
All is well until Sulley, the compa-

ny's top "scarer," and one-eyed Mike,
his scare assistant and best friend,
come across a scandal that could
bring down the entire corporation. To
boot, a little girl penetrates Monstrop-
olis, wreaking havoc on the company
and turning the monster world upside
down. Everything is executed with
remarkable precision, from the con-
ceptually inventive door process to the
climactic chase-scene.
Particularly impressive
SINC. is the visually meticu-
lous animation of Sul-
ley's fur, especially in
: ***** one scene where he lies
facedown in the snow as
* the wind blows his 3
*** million hairs with
exceptional sharpness
ey and detail.
The movie's funny
gags, clever jokes and stunning visu-
als spill over into the DVD extras,
which go above and beyond today's
standard DVD inclusions. In addition
to the usual filmmakers' audio com-
mentary, outtakes and deleted scenes,
the two-disc set contains an exclu-
sive sneak peek at "Finding Nemo,"
Disney/Pixar's planned summer 2003
feature, "The Monsters, Inc. Compa-
ny Play," and "Humans Only"/"Mon-
sters Only" sections that deal with
the film's production and technical
aspects. In addition, there are two
animated short films: "Mike's New
Car," an all-new short created exclu-
sively for the DVD and the Oscar-
winning Pixar short "For The Birds,"
which also played before "Monsters,
Inc." in theaters. Overall, there is
enough material here to last until
next Hanukah.
"Monsters, Inc." is a film that's as
visually impressive and inventive as
any of the studio's prior efforts, and
while it doesn't match the fun and
wit of "Toy Story," it's still sureto
make kids run and check their clos-
ets and make everyone else smilingly
remember the times when they did
the same.

gets passed on to Rachel's friend Noah (Martin Hender-
son, "Windtalkers") and falls into the hands of her son
Aidan (David Dorfman, "Bounce"). Her quest becomes
more desperate and concentrated because she now
fights for more than her own life. Disturbing events
continue to occur for Rachel as she ventures ever closer
to answering the mystery. Images from the video come
to life having ingrained their freakish nature into her
memory. Slowly and deliberately, the story unravels into
a psychothriller involving the bloodcurdling story of a
young girl Samara (Daveigh Chase, "Donnie Darko)
who will never go away.
Verbinski (director of "The Mexican") does a won-
derful job using cliches to draw the audience into the
trap of assuming before they have actually seen. He
manipulates what we have been conditioned to expect
from these type of films increase the film's tension. He
skillfully allows the film to unfold without using shock
tactics but by tormenting expectations and using delib-

aunt, Seattle newspaper reporter Rachel
Keller (Naomi Watts, "Mulholland Drive"),
learns of the mystery surrounding the
tragedy, she quickly begins investigating. As
it turns out, her niece's boyfriend and two
friends all died on the same day at the exact
same time. Rachel's digging leads her to a
cabin where she finds the rumored video.
Provoked by curiosity, she watches the tape
full of powerful, creepy images, receiving a
phone call afterward informing her that she
now has one week until she will die.
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