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The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 11, 2004 - 5B

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You'll be a fine
Michigan alum
Shaking keys
on 3rd down
Sorority girls
on cell phones
You did some good things Sat-
urday, but there were also some
bad things. On the plus side, it
looks like the wave was never
even attempted. How'd that hap-
pen? Were you actually watching
the game and just forgot"? And
the sight of all 110,000 going
crazy when Ecker reached the
endzone was simply amazing.
Another high note was the stand-
ing ovation for Edwards and
Henne when they nearly connected
on that long pass in the endzone.
But it left us wondering if the
student section would have done
the same if it had happened on its
side of the field. Our guess is no.
The crowd still showed up when
it mattered most, and we were
ready to give you a real good
grade (even though you let out
boos three times). But that came
to a end when a player told
us that Michigan barely has a
home-field advantage and needs
to make noise all four quarters.
So you've still got a way to go.

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STAFF PICKS
Predictions against the
spread for 10/9/04
Minnesota (+3.5) at Michigan
Wisconsin (+3.5) at Ohio State
Purdue (-11) at Penn State
Illinois (+7) at Michigan State
Inia~na (+11) at Northwestern
Cal (+7.5) at Southern Cal.
LSU (+3.5) at Florida
Texas (+6.5) at Oklahoma
T nnsee 2.5)at Georgia
Stanford (+4.5) at Notre Dame
Florida State (-19.5) at Syracuse
Virginia Tech (-5.5) at Wake Forest
Nebraska (+7) at Texas Tech
Georgia Tech (+11) at Maryland
Kansas State (-2.5) at Kansas
Best bet
Weekly record (best bet)
Season record (best bet)

Chris
Burke

Gennaro
Filice

Bob
Hunt

Sharad
Mattu

Michigan
Ohio State
Penn State
Michigan State
Northwestern
Southern Cal.
LSU
Oklahoma
Georgia~
Notre Dame
Syracuse
Wake Forest
Texas Tech
Maryland
Kansas State
Michigan
7-8 (0-1)
39-32-2 (3-2)

Michigan
Ohio State
Penn State
Michigan State
Indiana
Cal
Florida
Oklahoma
Tennessee
Notre Dame
Syracuse
Virginia Tech
Texas Tech
Georgia Tech
Kansas State
Cal
114(1-0)
42-29-2 (4-1)

Michigan
Ohio State
Purdue
Michigan State
Northwestern
Cal
Florida
Oklahoma
Georgia
Notre Dame
Florida State
Wake Forest
Texas Tech
Georgia Tech
Kansas State
Michigan
6-9(0-1)
36-35-2 (2-3)

Minnesota
Wisconsin
Purdue
Illinois
Northwestern
Cal
Florida
Texas
Georgia
Stanford
Florida State
Virginia Tech
Texas Tech
Maryland
Kansas
Florida
G9(0-1)
37-34-2 (3-2)

Jerry Erickson
Coach & Four Barber Shop
Michigan
Wisconsin
Purdue
Michigan State
Northwestern
Southern Cal.
Florida
Texas
Tennessee
Stanford
Florida State
Virginia Tech
Texas Tech
Maryland
Kansas State
Wisconsin
5-10 (1-0)
39-32-2 (4-1)

While celebs, others slip
up, Filice makes a run
Finally! We were worried it'd never
happen, but it did. Coach & Four
Barber Shop's Jerry Erickson
hoped to keep the Ann Arbor
celebrities' impressive run going,
but struggled mightily. His pitiful
5-10 is the worst performance so
far this season. Maybe instead of
sharpening ice skates, he should
sharpen a pencil or two and do
some homework.
Thanks to his second consecutive
strong week, Gennaro Filice has
suddenly taken a commanding
lead. Unfortunately, this now
means that the other three football
writers are being subjected to
a nonstop onslaught of collar-
popping by G' Thang.
Meanwhile, Chris Burke has
been crying since Gabe Watson
registered a sack, jumped up and
down for at least a minute, but
never pointed to the press box.
Gabe, come on. Nobody will notice.
Thanks for Florida's collapse
and Texas's ineptness, Sharad
Mattu did poorly for the first time
this week, and Bob Hunt is too
preoccupied with the upcoming
Daily/State News football game to
give a damn about his picks.

SIORRY, MINNESOTA, MAYBE NEXT YEAR.
RAyyY tRH S A .. TST MSI ESINCERELY, DAILY SPORTS.
IA ha T-hirt that's taking nver Ann Arbor. The front says. "Bravon Edwards for Heisman," and the back says, It's

Activism.

WEEKEND'S BEST
'DOGS BIT: After running over LSU
for 221 yards last week for a 45-
16 victory, Georgia was held to
56 yards on the ground as it lost
to No. 17 Tennessee 19-14. Ten-
nessee quarterback Erik Ainge
bounced back from a four-intercep-
tion performance last week against
Auburn, going 12-for-21 and
throwing two TDs and no intercep-
tions. This ended both Georgia's
undefeated season and its 17-game
home winning streak.
THE AVENGERS: Were it not for a

HOW THE AP TOP 25 FARED NEW AP TOP 25

Associated Press Poll for the week of Oct. 5-11
Games updated through Oct. 10

(first-place votes in parentheses)

TEAM

Team:
1. Southern Cal.
2. Oklahoma
3. Georgia
4. Miami
5. Texas
6. Auburn
7. California
8. Florida St.
9. Purdue
10. Virginia
11. Utah
12. Florida

This week:
beat California 23-17
beat Texas 12-0
lost to Tennessee 19-14
DNP
lost to Oklahoma 12-0
beat Louisiana Tech 52-7
lost to Southern Cal. 23-17
beat Syracuse 17-13
beat Penn St. 20-13
beat Clemson 30-10
DNP
lost to LSU 24-21

Next week:
Arizona State
at Kansas State
Vanderbilt
Louisville (Thursday)
Missouri
Arkansas
UCLA
Virginia
Wisconsin
at Florida St.
North Carolina
Idle

1. Southern Cal. (48)
2. Oklahoma (23)
3. Miami
4. Auburn
5. Purdue
6. Virginia
7. Florida State
8. California
9. Texas
10. Wisconsin
11. Utah
12. Georgia
13. Tennessee
14. Michigan
15. Arizona State

REC
5-0
5-0
4-0
6-0
5-0
5-0
4-1
3-1
4-1
6-0
5-0
4-1
4-1
5-1
5-0

PTS
1,601
1,582
1,464
1,450
1,241
1,219
1,188
1,094
1,010
993
979
963
947
813
631

PVs
1
2
4
6
9
10
8
7
5
15
11
3
17
14
19

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