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The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 24, 2003 - 7A

Field of dreams

Win'z crushes rival's bid for naional championshi

VICTORY
Continued from Page 1A
62-yard drive capped off by a Perry
30-yard run for a 28-7 lead.
Michigan looked to have taken a 34-7
lead when Navarre hit a streaking
Edwards for an 87-yard touchdown pass
on its next drive. But the Wolverines
were called for holding, erasing the play
and giving the Buckeyes new life.
Ohio State, showing the will of a
defending national champion, fought
back with two consecutive scores to
come within 28-21. Krenzel hit Santo-
nio Holmes for his second touchdown of
the game, this one coming on a 13-yard
fade route over cornerback Leon Hall.
Two drives later, Ohio State backup

quarterback Scott McMullen, filling in
for Krenzel (injured left shoulder), led
the Buckeyes on a 10-play, 93-yard
drive. Lydell Ross quieted the Big
House crowd with a 2-yard touchdown
run to bring Ohio State within seven.
On the Wolverines' ensuing posses-
sion, Navarre underthrew Edwards, and
Ohio State cornerback Chris Gamble
intercepted the ball at the Ohio State 36.
"We love sudden changes," Michigan
linebacker Scott McClintock said. "We
thrive on it. We like getting on the field
with as much on the line as possible."
With its season on the line, the
Michigan defense held strong, giv-
ing the ball back to the Michigan
offense at its 12. Eight plays and 88
yards later, Michigan took a 35-21

lead on a Perry 15-yard scamper to
the outside with less than eight
minutes left in the game.
Barring a collapse from Southern
Cal. and Louisiana State, which
could put the Wolverines in the
Sugar Bowl (this year's Bowl
Championship Series title game),
the Wolverines (7-1 Big Ten, 10-2
overall) will spend New Year's Day
in Pasadena, Calif., playing in the
Rose Bowl, affectionately referred
to as "the Granddaddy of them all."
The Buckeyes (6-2, 10-2) will like-
ly head to the Capital One Bowl,
formerly the Florida Citrus Bowl,
unless they are offered an at-large
berth to a BCS bowl.
No matter where the Wolverines

spend New Year's, they can look
back to Iowa. The Michigan seniors
addressed the whole team after that
game, letting their teammates know
that their season was far from over.
"We didn't really know what this
team was made of yet," Diggs recalled.
The next week at Minnesota, trailing
28-7, Diggs and the seniors got their
answer. The Wolverines showed that
they were made of championship fabric,
scoring 31 points in that fateful fourth
quarter to win 38-35.
"I'd be a fool to say it wasn't a
turning point," Perry said. "It
showed how much heart and pride
we had within ourselves.
"A lot changed that night in the sec-
ond half."

CROWD
Continued from Page 1A
Ohio State students compared the
rush to their own experience last year.
Ohio State junior Carrie White
said she rushed the field after last
year's win in Columbus. She said
police sprayed tear gas in her eyes
and threatened rushing students
with jail time.
The 1997 field rush at Michigan
resulted in experiences similar to
White's at Ohio State.
Michigan students alleged that

TONY DING/Daily
Fans and Department of Public Safety officers congregate
around the goal posts Saturday at Michigan Stadium. Officers
took precautions to prevent the posts from being torn down.
the michigan daily rm

police used pepper spray and sub-
dued rushing students with exces-
sive force.
In contrast, University officials
expressed relief that Saturday's Michi-
gan rush went smoothly. Department of
Public Safety spokeswoman Diane
Brown said once police officers realized
that students weren't going after the goal
posts, officers backed off and secured
the goal posts and tunnel entrance.
Brown said that only 11 of the
110 total crimes reported at the
game involved Michigan students, a

few were Ohio State students and
the rest were mostly students from
smaller schools nearby.
There were no arrests and no
incidents while students rushed the
field, Brown said. "We were very
pleased with the cooperation that
the fans exhibited after they rushed
the field," she said.
"They behaved themselves so we
were able to deal with them as
respectfully as they dealt with the
police officers."
Students leaving the stadium

described the field rushing as very
civilized. Brown pointed out that
students helped-each other over the
walls and that the biggest safety
hazard was some pushing as people
tried to get on and off the field.
Students like LSA junior Noelle
Carampatan reveled in the experi-
ence of the game and of standing on
the field. "It's a once-in-a-lifetime
thing," she said.
- Daily Sports Editor J Brady
McCollough contributed to this
report.

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