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2B - The Michigan Daily - FOOTBALL SATURDAY - November 2, 2002

Projected depth chart
vs. Michigan State

Football Saturday

Friday
November 1, 2002
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SE
80 Edwards
9 Butler

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76 Petruziello 6e
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19 Bellamy
27 Bell

77 Pa pe
74 Solomon
RT

62 Morgan 83 Joppru
79 Stenavich 14 Mignery
LG LT T E

LCB
37 Henry
12 Watson

LE LT RT
59 Dukes 91 Vickerson 97 Rasmussen
8 Mullinder 99McKinny 5A- kew
OLB MLB
45 Wedlow 48 Mitchell
42 Labinjo 30 Smith.

RE
94 Taplin
93 Hamilton
OLB
44 Stanley
49 Bazemore

RCB
21 Nelson
19 Suggs

phrase carries different connotations in
Sdifferent parts of the country. Customs
and traditions vary from Gainesville to
Boulder to State College, but at its essence, Foot-
ball Saturday calls to mind rich images of tail-
gates, marching bands and RVs. It is the college
experience; it is uniquely American.
Ann Arbor is no exception. Football Satur-
days at the Big House are extraordinary cultural
and social events. At The Michigan Daily, Foot-
ball Saturday is not just a time and an event, but
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 Horn J. Brady McCollough Jeff
Phillips Joe Smith
Footbal writers

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Jeff Phillips
Joe Smith
Jon Schwartz
Steve Jackson
David Katz
Danny Moloshok
Jeff Valuck
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Julie Lee
Maggie McGovern

Football writers
Editor in chief
Managing Editor
Photo Editor
Cover Photo
Business Manager
Display Sales Manager
Special Sections Mngr.
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By Jeff Dickerson
Daily Arts Editor

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son said he wanted to make a 90-
minute Adam Sandler movie everyone
dismissed the comment as a joke. The
announcement came shortly after the
theatrical release of "Magnolia," his
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73 Ottney 68 Tate
51 Morris 57 Harker
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2002 Michigan roster

77 Stewart
79 Poole
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76 Whitticker
60 Brooks
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65 Booker 81 Randall
72 Wheeler 4 Knott
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3 Marlin Jackson
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5 Dave Underwood
6 Victor Hobson
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8 Matt Wilde
9 Tyrece Butler
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14 Andy Mignery
15 Jonathan Borden
15 Steve Breaston
16 John Navarre
17 Carl Tabb
18 Jermaine Gonzales
19 Ronald Bellamy
20 Pierre Rembert
21 Jeremy LeSueurt
22 Jon Shaw
22 Ross Kesler
23 Chris Perry
24 Charles Drake
25 Ernest Shazor
26 Julius Curry
27 Calvin Bell
28 Matt Kernen
28 Jacob Stewart
29 Greg Cooper
30 Markus Curry
31 Zia Combs
32 Kevin Dudley
33 Charles Young
33 Willis Barringer
34 Philip Brabbs
35 B.J. Askew
35 Brian Thompson
36 Brian Lafer
36 Scott McClintock
37 Zach Kaufman
38 Blake Nasif
39 Adam Finley
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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

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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.

No. Name

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 Demeterius 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 Emmanuel 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

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 301So.
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.
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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.
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6-3 262 So.
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6-4 190 So.
6-5 259 Jr.
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By Luke Smith
Daily Arts Editor

they were mercurial and tempera-
mental. Pavement's leader and chief
songwriter, Stephen Malkmus served
to continue the mystery surrounding
the band with off-kilter, off-topic
and sometimes off-key vocals

'Slanted' reissue full
of off-kilter rarities

With Nirvana being championed
as the saviors of rock and torch car-
rying kings of a now very irrelevant

Seattle "scene," Pave-
ment carved out a
niche of their own on
college radio. Disre-
garding commercial
music's reverence for
Beatles-y hooks in
favor of stripped down
low-fi junk-rock Pave-
ment's Slanted and
Enchanted had an
influence reaching far
beyond the Seattle

Pos. Ht. Wt. Year Eli .

critics with its sprawling,
personalities, but left
the masses scratching
their heads at the sight
of raining frogs. Little
did people realize that
Anderson was, in fact,
serious about working
with Sandler. The result
is "Punch-Drunk Love,"
an intoxicating romantic
comedy that owes its
greatness to a career-
redefining performance
Yes, that Adam Sandler.

SLANTED AND
ENCHANTED:
LUXE AND REDUX
Pavement
Matador

becoming Pavement
,trademarks stolen with
a smirk from Sonic
Youth and The Pixies.
Pavement's 10-year
anniversary album fea-
tures a remastering of
the original 14 album
tracks followed by
extra songs from the
Enchanted sessions.
The wonderful Watery,
Domestic EP catches
mid-crawl sandwiched

PUNCH-
Lov
At Showc
Quality
Columbia / T
by Sandler.

intertwining

and co-worker of one of Barry's seven
sisters. The woman politely asks him
if it's all right to park her car outside
of his building, but it's clear she is
there for more than a parking spot.
From the onset of their relationship, it
becomes vividly apparent that
"Punch-Drunk Love" is not a typical
romantic comedy in any sense. Here
the characters are not so cut and dry,
but complex personalities with realis-
tic problems. Barry and
Lena are as far from
normal as can be, and
** Sandler and Watson
illustrate that beautifully
DRUNK with their impeccable
E acting.
ase and The other women in
y 16 Barry's life are not so
reassuring; they are the
New Line source of his problems.
His sisters, perhaps the
cruelest siblings this side of "Cinderel-
la," relentlessly pester Barry about
women and his childhood, specifically
how they would refer to him as "gay
boy." Sandler subtlety expresses his
character's overwhelming lack of confi-
dence and general unhappiness with
great precision, mimicking the small
physical nuances in life that are left out
of most Hollywood productions.
In a moment of curiosity and loneli-
ness, and one of the more powerful
scenes in the film, Barry calls up a
phone sex hotline. He speaks with the
operator, questioning her about every
little procedure and how the service
works. In the midst of their discussion,
he gives her his credit card number,
phone number and social security num-
ber, all for the sake of just needing
someone to talk to. Anderson rarely
breaks from the action, preferring to
use long takes to tell his oddball love
story. His camera moves gracefully in
true Altman style, never leaving his
protagonist. It is a true testament to

"Punch-Drunk Love" introduces us
to Barry Egan (Sandler), a shy,
despondent self-employed business-
man who specializes in the manufac-
turing and distribution of novelty
plungers. As the movie begins, Barry,
wearing a loud blue suit that seems to
be his pedestrian superhero costume,
witnesses a jarring car crash that is
followed immediately by the peculiar
appearance of a harmonium that sits
ominously on the barren sidewalk out-
side of his workplace. Director Ander-
son carefully composes static shots of
Barry with the harmonium, making
the usual hectic streets of Los Angeles
look like a ghost town. After brief con-
sideration, Barry takes the broken
instrument into his office where it
becomes a sort of strange companion
and object of comfort.
Even more interesting to Barry is
the appearance of Lena (Emily Wat-
son, "Breaking the Waves"), a friend

scene's progeny. As a result, one of
America's greatest '90s bands gets a
grand reissue befitting of the slack-
er-poet noise kings they were.
When formed, Pavement was
shrouded in mysterious cryptic
antics. The band members resided
throughout the country corners; the
founders went so far as to give them-
selves epithets (S.M. and Spiral
Stairs). When Pavement granted
interviews, which they rarely did -

Pavement

between their two best albums at a
time when even their EP cast-offs
and b-sides ebbed genius. Luxe &
Reduxe sports almost 50 percent
never-before-heard material, includ-
ing a 1992 December concert, and
previously unheard John Peel ses-
sions. The 48-track collection focus-
es on Pavement's fetal period, years
before theusummer babes made the
major leagues.

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