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The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 23, 2005 - 9

STAFF PICKS
Predictions against the
spread for 9/24/05
No. 14 Michigan (-3) at Wisconsin
No 1 Southern Cal (-21.5) at No. 24 Oregon
No. 15 Georgia Tech (+6.5) at No. 4 Virginia Tech
No.5 Horida (-22.5) at Kentucky
No. 7 Georgia (-14.5) at Mississippi State
No. 21.Iowa (+7) at No. 8 Ohio State
No. 9 Louisville (-21.5) at South Florida
N01 1-1 Purdue (+3.5) at Minnesota
Colorado (+14) at No. 12 Miami
No. 16 Notre Dame (-13,5) at Washington
No. 17 Michigan State (-10.5) at Illinois
Nd. 18 Arizona State (-5.5) at Oregon State
Duke (+24.5) at No. 23 Virginia
Arkansas (+15) at No. 20 Alabama
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BADGERS
Continued from page 8
Special teams:
Wisconsin wide receiver Brandon Wil-
liams has returned eight punts for 154
yards, and his average of 19.2 yards per
return ranks eighth in the nation. Michi-
gan has a top punt returner of its own
in wide receiver Steve Breaston, who
showed a hint of last year's form with his
72-yard return against Eastern Michigan
last week. But Williams has the edge in
terms of who's done what this season.
Edge: Wisconsin
Intangibles:
The Wolverines haven't won their
first road game since 1999. Then
again, Michigan hasn't dropped its
Big Ten opener since 1981 - when
it lost to Wisconsin at Camp Randall
Stadium, which is known as one of
the rowdiest venues in the nation. The
~Badgers' drunken fans should provide
quite the contrast for the Wolverines,
who have grown accustomed to the
less-than-raucous atmosphere of the
Big House.
Edge: Wisconsin
The two teams haven't played each
other since 2002, when Michigan beat the
Badgers 21-14 at Michigan Stadium. That
unfamiliarity is sure to have a role, espe-
cially considering few players on either
team have seen extensive action in this
rivalry before. With two similarly loaded
offenses, this game could come down to
which defense wants it more.
Pick:
Michigan 28, Wisconsin 24

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