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2 - The Michigan Daily - Football Saturday- November 13, 2004

The Michigan Daily - Football

Football Saturday

2004 Michigan roster

One-hundred-twenty-five years of Michigan
football have now been played. And in those 125,
football in Ann Arbor has become almost a reli-
gion. Every Saturday, from all over the country,
more than 100,000 of the most rabid Michigan
fans flock to Michigan Stadium - The Big
House - to watch the Wolverines do battle with
some of the nation's best teams.
And we here at The Michigan Daily are proud
to share that experience.
In Football Saturday, we will provide in-depth
coverage of the Michigan football team to you, the
fanms.
This is our final issue of the season. But we
hope that, over the course of the season, The
Michigan Daily has been able to add to your Sat-
urday experience.
Now, for the last time in 2004, enjoy the issue,
and enjoy - above all - the pageantry, sights
and sounds of Michigan football.
Chris Burke Gennaro Filice
Bob Hunt Sharad Mattu
Football writers

PRODUCTION CREW
Chris Burke
Gennaro Filice

Bob Hunt
Sharad Mattu
Jordan Schrader
Gennaro Filice
Tony Ding
Ryan Weiner
Ryan Weiner
Jonathan
Dobberstein
Christine Hua
Britten Stringwell

Football Writers
Editor in Chief
Managing Sports Editor
Managing Photo Editor
Associate Photo Editor
Cover Design
Business Manager
Display Sales Manager
Ad Design Manager

No. Nanie
1 Braylon Edwards
2 Shawn Crable
2 Mark Spencer
3 Marlin Jackson
3 Ross Ryan
4 Darnell Hood
5 Dave Underwood
6 Prescott Burgess
7 Spencer Brinton
7 Chad Henne
8 Jason Avant
8 Matt Wilde
9 Anton Campbell
10 Troy Nienberg
10 Clayton Richard
12 Landon Smith
12 Matt Gutierrez
13 Jeff Kastl
13 Grant Mason
14 Morgan Trent
15 Chip Cartwright
15 Steve Breaston
16 Adrian Arrington
17 Carl Tabb
18 Jermaine Gonzales
19 Willis Barringer
20 Mike Hart
21 Ryan Mundy
22 Jamar Adams
22 Kyle Plummer
23 Max Martin

Pos. Ht. Wt. Year/Elig.

Special thanks to: John Lowe, Brian Schick

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6-5 233
6-0 220
6-1 196
6-0 210
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6-0 216
6-3 232
6-5 219
6-2 217
6-1 203
6-2 202
5-11192
6-2 167
6-4 232
5-8 166
6-4 228
6-3 224
6-0 190
6-0 178
6-1 229
6-1 174
6-3 176
6-2 194
6-2 205
6-0 197
5-9 194
6-1 200
6-2 201
5-10 162
6-1 201
5-11198
6-4 229
6-0 199
6-0 209
6-0 206
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5-11 195
5-10 178
6-1 236
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36 Scott McClintock LB
37 Chris Graham ILB
38 B.J. Opong-Owusu S
38 Garrett Rivas PK
39 Adam Finley P
40 Obianna Oluigbo FB
41 Tim Bracken RB
42 Lawrence Reid ILB
43 Roger Allison FB
44 Jason Eldridge RB
45 Brad Cischke WR
45 David Harris ILB
46 James Presley ILB
49 John Thompson ILB
50 Jeremy Van Alstyne DE
52 Ross Mann LS
53 David Hull DT
54 Mark Bihl OL
55 Jeremy Read ILB
56 LaMarr Woodley OLB
57 Adam Kraus OL
58 Roy Manning OLB
59 Joey Sarantos ILB
61 Turner Booth OL
62 Jon Saigh OL
63 Derek Bell OL
64 Grant DeBenedictisOL
65 Leo Henige OL
66 Paul Sarantos DT
67 Matt Lentz OL
68 Patrick Sharrow OL
69 David Schoonover OL
70 Jeremy Ciulla OL
72 Rueben Riley OL
73 Alex Mitchell OL
74 Brett Gallimore OL
75 David Baas OL
76 Mike Kolodziej OL
77 Jake Long OL
78 Gabriel Watson DL
79 Adam Stenavich OL
80 Alan Branch DT
80 Chris Matsos WR
81 Doug Dutch WR
82 Mike Mandich TE
84 Kevin Murphy TE

6-2 243
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6-4 208
6-0 234
5-9 211
6-1 222
6-1 228
5-8 179
6-4 202
6-2 233
6-2 243
6-0 214
6-4 261
6-1 235
6-1 265
6-4 302
6-1 230
6-2 263
6-6 301
6-2 246
6-3 225
6-2 264
6-5 275
6-4 285
6-5 290
6-4 326
6-3 267.
6-6 300
6-4 303
6-3 288
6-4 297
6-3 311
6-5 340
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6-5 323
6-7 324
6-7 335
6-4 333
6-5 318
6-6 345
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Mike Massey
Jim Fisher
Tim Massaquoi
Tyler Ecker
Tim Jamison
Rondell Biggs
William Paul
Alex Ofili
Chris Rogers
Patrick Massey
Matt Studenski
Marques Walton
Larry Harrison
Will Johnson
Max Pollock
Pierre Woods

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STAFF PICKS
Predictions against the
spread for 11/13/04
Nor thwestern (+13.5) at Mlchigan
Wisconsin (-7.5) at Michigan State
Penn State (-4) at Indiana
Ohio State (+4) at Purdue
Iowa (+3) at Minnesota
Georgia (+5) at Auburn
Miami (+3.5) at Virginia
South Carolina (+7) at Florida
PIttsburgh (+11) at Notre Dame.
Boston College (+7) at West Virginia
TeXas TeCh (+2.5) at Texas A&M
Oregon State (pick 'em) at Stanford
Nebraska (+29) at Oklahoma
Alabama (+7.5) at LSU
North Caroina (+51 at Wake Forest
Best Bet
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Burke

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Filice

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Hunt

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Wisconsin Wisconsin
ndiana Indiana.
Purdue Purdue
Minnesota- innesota
Georgia Georgia
- irginia Virginia

Michigan
Wisconsin
Pen State
Ohio State
Georgia
Virginia

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2004 Michigan
Schedule

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Sept. 4 - Miami (Ohio)
" W (43-10)
Sept. 11 - at Notre Dame
" L (20-28)
Sept. 18 - San Diego State
" W (24-21)
Sept. 25 - Iowa
- W (30-17)
Oct. 2 - at Indiana
" W (35-14)

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Oct. 9 - Minnesota
- W (27-24)
Oct. 16 - at Illinois
" W (30-19)
Oct. 23 - at Purdue
e W (16-14)
Oct. 30 - Michigan State
" W (45-37, 3 oT)
Nov. 13 - Northwestern
" Noon, ABC
Nov. 20 - at Ohio State
" 1 p.m., ABC

24 Jerome Jackson
25 Ernest Shazor
26 Mike Carl
27 Pierre Rembert
28 Jacob Stewart
29 Leon Hall
30 Markus Curry
31 Br. Englemon
31 Craig Moore
32 Kevin Dudley
33 Scott Hamel
34 Jason Gingell
34 Joe Leoni

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Underwood 26
Totals 389
RECEIVING
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Avant 29
Hart 23
Breaston 22
Massaquoi 14
Ecker 11
Gonzales 5
Totals 1832
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Mason 4
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Totals 25
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Basanez 17
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Totals 318-3
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Totals 188
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Jenkins 10
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5.3
4.2
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Florida
Pttsburgh
West Virginia
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Oklahoma
LSU
Wake Forest
Florida
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Florida Florida
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
West Virginia West Virginia
Texas A&M Tex as A&M
Oregon State Stanford
Nebraska Nebraska
LSU LSU
Wake Forest orth Carolina
Florida Pittsburgh

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PROCRASTINATION STATION
MICHIGAN 10,
NORTHWESTERN 3
" Before every football game this season, two of the Daily foot-
ball writers will take the weekend's matchup to the PlayStation 2.
PRESS CONFERENCE QUOTES:
Northwestern coach Gennaro Filice:
"On a positive note, our QB No. 14 really spread the ball around, hitting nine
different receivers. Unfortunetely, three of those targets wore maize and
blue."
Michigan coach Chris Burke:
"If they ever make a 'How to bend, but not break' video for defensive
coordinators to show their teams, this game should be on it. We let
Northwestern in the red zone four times and only gave up three points."
"See, that is what's wrong with you reporters. You see 10-3 and assume
we looked past them. Maybe they're a decent team, did you ever think of
that? Maybe teams don't just forfeit when they play us. Think before you ask
questions."

Man who keeps Carr
up past bedtime
eager to battle Daily
football beat writers

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H W E S T E R N

After every game, Lloyd Carr films
"Michigan Replay" with host Jim Brand-
statter. With noon games, that's not much
of a problem. But after a 3:30 game with
three overtimes, the show doesn't get fin-
ished until well past midnight.
Brandstatter, an offensive tackle for
Michigan in the early '70s, is in his
25th year as host. He's also Michigan

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