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MondaySeptember 8 0 8 5

MAIZE GAUGE
The Michigan Daily football writers break down the weekend's stats that don't show up in the box score. The Defense-o-Meter measures the intensity of the defense, the Rod-o-Meter
judges how emotional (positive or negative) Rich Rodriguez was following the game and the Hype-o-Meter measures the fans' performance.

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DEFENSE-0-METER
3 We're giving the defense three Obis mainly because Obi
wasn't the only player to show up Saturday. Jonas Mouton
and John Thompson were solid in their first starts of the sea-
Obis son. Brandon Harrison was impressive with his touchdown-
robbing swat, and Donovan Warren almost had two picks.

ROD-O-METER
2/ Props to Rodriguez for adopting the new post-win cel-
ebration with the student section. But for a coach
4 coming off his first win in a new job, he was pretty
Rich Rods reserved. Granted, it was a win over Miami (Ohio),
but c'mon, Rich - after all you've been through?

HYPE-O-METER
2/4 With just106,724 fans, the Big House had the lowest attendance
since the1998expansion. Many of the students were late, but they
somewhat redeemed themselves bysinging along to "The Vic-
Big Houses tors" after the game, One Big House goes to the marching band's
awesome boy bands-themed show. Oh, and we want less cowbell.

NOTABLE QUOTABLE

ASOCIATD PRS

"I just remember me squinching
because it was a nice hit by our
linebackers."
- Sophomore cornerback Donovan Warren, on the
Michigan play that took Miami (Ohio) quarterback
Daniel Radabaugh out of the game with a head injury

TEAM
1. Southern Cal
2. Georgia
3.Oklahoma
4. Florida
S. Ohio State
6. Missouri
7. LSU
8. Texas
9. Auburn
10. Wisconsin
11. Alabama
12. Texas Tech
13. Kansas
14. East Carolina

LAST WEEK
bye
beat Central
Michigan56-17
beat Cincinnati 52-26
beat Miami 26-3
beat Ohio 26-14
beat SEMissouri
State52-3
postponed
beat Texas-El
Paso 42-13
beat Southern
Miss 27-13
beat Marshall 51-14
beat Tulane 20-6
beat Nevada 35-19
beat Louisiana
Tech29-0
beat West'
Virginia 24-3

THIS WEEK
OhioState
at South Carolina
at Washington
bye
at Southern California
Nevada
North Texas
Arkansas
at Mississippi State
at Fresno State
Western Kentuc ky
Southern Methodist
at South Florida
at Tulane

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TOP 10 POLL

1.SOUTHERN CALU(11): The Trojans somehow
received the most votes even thoughthey didn't
play last week. And withthe biggestregular-
season game in the nation looming nextweekend,
they'll have to earnitto stay here.

6.OHIOSTATE: Even Michigan was inmore of
aposition to winincthe fourth quarteruthanothe
Buckeyes were this weekend. Good luck with the
Trojans.
8. TEXAS: Props for being the only top-10 team
to play on the road this weekend. No, West
Virginia, you don't count. You didn't show up.

3.OKLAHOMA: Cincinnati shouldfeelgood about
ohe'farchanttscored 26 points against the No. 3
team in the nation. Oklahoma should feel ashamed.
Where's the Stoops defense?

16. Oregon
17. Penn State
18. Brigham Young
19. South Florida
20. Wake Forest
21.resneoState
22. Utah
23. California
24. Illinois
25.VWest Virginia

beat Utah State'66-24 at Purdue
beat Dregon at Syracuse
State45-14
beat UCLA
Washington 28-27
beat Central Kansas
Florida 31-24
beat Mississippi 30-28 bye
beat Rutgers 24-7 Wisconsin
beatlUNLV42-21 atlUtah State
beat Washing- at Maryland
ton State 66-3
beat Eastern Louisiana-Lafayette
Illinois 47-21
lost to East bye
Carolina 24-3
Games updated through Sept 7

10. EAST CAROLINA (1): The Pirates might be
the first No. 10 team to receive a first-place vote
in our poll. Of course, now that they're actually
ranked, they'll lose every game from here on

S. MISSOURI: Missouri defeated its instate rival
by 49 points. Well, more like instate opponent.

STAFF PICKS
The Daily football
writers do their best
to predict what happens
in the 2008 College T
football season.
Dan Courtney Ian Nate Graham
Feldman. Ratkowiak Robinson Sandals Simmington
Michigan (-15) vs.Miami(Ohio) Miami (Ohio) Miami (Ohio) Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan
No.2Georgia(-24)vs. Central Michigan Central Michigan Georgia Georgia Georgia Central Michigan
No.3 Ohio State (-35) vs. OhioUniversity Ohio Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State
No.4Oklahoma (-22) vs. Cincinnati Cincinnati Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma
No.5 Florida(-22) vs. Miami (FL) Florida Miami (FL) ,Miami (FL) Florida Miami (FL)
No.6Missouri(NL) vs. So. Missouri SMissourisourMissouri. Missuri . Missouri Missouri
No.8 West Virginia (-) at E. Carolina W.est.Virginia West Virginia West.Virginia ,WestVirgiia West Virginia
No.9 Auburn (18) vs. Southern Miss. Southern Miss Southern Miss. .Auburn .Aubu.rn. Auburn
No.10Texas(-27)atUTEP Texas UTEP. Texas.. .UTE'.. _ Texas
No.11 Wsconsin (-21) vs. Marshall Wisconsin Wisconsin Marshall Wisconsin Wisconsin
Nol2TexasTech (-11) at Nevada TexasTech Texas Tech Texas Tech TexasTech TexasTech
No.13 Alabama (30.5)vs.Tulane Tulane Tulane Tulane ._Tulane.. Alabama
No.4Kansas (-21) vs. Louisiana Tech Kansas Louisiana Tech Kansas Kansas,' Louisiana Tech
No.15 Arizona State (-14) vs. Stanford Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State
No.15Brigham Young (-10) at Washington Brigham Young Brigham Young Brigham Young BrighaYoung Brigham Young
No.17 South Florida (175) at Central Florida South Florida Central Florida South Florida Central Florida South Florida
No.180regon (-36.5) vs. Utah State Oregon Utah State Oregon Oregon Oregon
No.19 Penn State (-17) vs. Oregon State Oregon State Oregon State Orego oStaten .Penn State Oregon State
No.20 Wake Forest (-8) vs Ole Miss Wake Forest Wake Forest Wake Forest.. . . Wake ForestWake Forest
No.22 Utah(F22) vs. UNL UNLY. UNLV UNLV . Utah . Utah
No.24.llinois (NL) vs. Eastern Illinois illinois Illinois .Ilinois .Illinois Illinois
No. 24 South Carolina (-10) at Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt SouthCarolina. South Carolina
Michigan State (-215) vs. Eastern Michigan Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State .Michigan State
Purdue (N) vs Northern Colorado Purdue Purdue PurduePd Purdue
Northwestern (-7) at Duke Northwestern Northwestern Duke Duke Northwestern
Indiana (NL) vs. Murray State Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana
Iowa (-27.5) vs. Florida International Iowa Florida International Florida International Florida International Florida International
Minnesota (+6) at Bowling Green Bowling Green Bowling Green Bowling Green Bowling Green BowlingmGreen
Best Bet Oregon State Tulane Florida International Oklahoma Bowling Green
R"""'"'ecord This Week ' 199-0 (10) ..........."'""17-1-(1.) 1-1-0(..
Overall ~ecord 41-16-0 (1-1) ' 38-19-0 (2-) . 42-15-0 (1-1... 37-20-0 (1-1) 3-7002
Remember, if you want your chance to be a star, e-mail danfeld@umich.edu. If you're chosen and can beat at least two of us, you'll stay on for another week.
The longest tenured guest picker will get a prize at the end of the season.

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