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September 15, 2008 - 5B

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.

The defense was put into a tough spot because of the
1A Wolverines' six turnovers, and it never really stepped
up. The Notre Dame offense didn't score in the sec-
Obis ond half, but that was probably more a product of the
rain than Michigan's defense actually playing well.

Rodriguez apologized to the media for taking so much
f time in the shower before coming out to his press confer-
4 ence. He probably could have used a few minutes in the
Rich Rods shvitz to calm down a bit, too. Where did those unsolic-
ited comments defending his program come from?

The Notre Dame student shirts, playing off the famous quote
4 by sportswriter Grantlarid Rice, said, "Outlined against a cold,
gray October sky ... Notre Dame will rise again." And it was
Big Houses true - for 80,795 drenched fans, the dreary weather didn't
matter. They were raucous and had plenty to cheer about.



"ACL and MCL. How do you like
that? I feel like an athlete - first
time in my life."
- Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis on the knee injury
he suffered in the second quarter after one of his play-
ers crashed into him on punt coverage. He sported a leg
brace and crutches on the sidelines, and was driven off
the field on a golf cart.

1.Southern Cal
2. Oklahoma
3. Georgia
4. Florida
5. Missouri
6. LSU
7. Texas
8. Wisconsin
9. Alabama
10. Auburn
11. Texas Tech
12. South Florida
13.0 hio State

beat Ohi oState35-3
beat washington
beat South Carolina
beat NorthTexas41-3
beat Fresno State
beat western
Kentucky 41-7
beat Mississippi
State 3-2
beat Southern
Methodist 43-7
beat Kansas 37-34
lost to Southern Cal

at Arizona State
at Tennessee
at Auburn
at Arkansas
at Florida

DUaihy Top 10 returns for its third nstallme hi 6. LOUISIANA STATE: At leastcone coach seriously
vek, Daily Sports staffers will fill out ballots, with linkedto Michigan's coaching search last year is
66% reving10 points, second-place vowes receiving having some successthis year. Rutgers coach Greg
Ei he results are published with first-place votes in Schiano and Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez can't
say that.
1. SOUTHERN CAL(10): The Trojans made Ohio
State looklike a joke. If that's the best the Big Ten
has to offer, the conference might really be in
trouble this year. See page 2B.

3. GEORGIA: After twoblowouts against weak,
non-conference teams, Georgia saw how tough
the SEC is and snuck by South Carolina by just
a touchdown.Itwill be nearly impossible to go
undefeated inthis conference.

16.rPenn Sate beat Syracuse55-13 Iermple
8. WISCONSIN: Seriously, why were you playing
at Fresno StatevAren't you a top-10 Big Ten team? 17.Oregon beat Purdue Boise State
Theybetter rest up for theirtough road test in 26-23 (20T)
two weeks --we've heard those Wolverines are 18. Wake Forest bye at Florida State
19. Kansas st to Soth Sar Houston Stat
20. Utah beat UtahState 58-10 at Air Force
21. West Virginia bye at Colorad o(9/18
22. Illinois beat Louisiana- bye
10. BYU (1): BYU is the new chic pick after its Lafayette 20-17
59-point drubbing of UCLA, which makes us 23. Clemson beat N.C. State 27-9 South Carolina Stat
wonder - when's the last time anything chic
came out of Utah? 24. Florida State beat Chatta- Wake Forest
nooga 46-7
25. Fresno State lost to Wisconsin at Toledo


Games updated through Sept.14

The Daily football
writers do their best
to predict what happens
in the 2008 college
football season.
Dan Courtney Ian Nate Lauren
Feldman Ratkowiak Robinson Sandals Perlin
Michigan (-1.5) at Notre Dame Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan
No.1Southemal(-1.5)vs NoSbiooState Oi State Ohio State Southern Cal Southern Cal Oio State
No. 2 Georgia (-75) at South Carolina Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georga
No.3Oklahoma (20.5) at Washington Oklahoma Oklahoma Washington Washington Washington
No. 6 Missouri (-27) vs. Nevada Nevada Missouri Nevada Missouri Nevada
No. 7 LouisianaState (42) vs. NorthTexas Louisiana State North Texas North Texas North Texas North Texas
No.9 Aburn (-10.5) at Mississippi State Mississippi State Auburn Mississippi State Auburn Abrn
No.10 Wisconsin (-1.5)at No.21 Fresno St Fresno State Wisconsin Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State
No.11Alabama (-28) vs. W. Kentucky W. Kentucky Alabama Alabama Alabama W. Kentucky
NO12 Tows tech (-37)at SMU Texas Tech SMU Texas Tech Texas Tech SMU
No3.Kansas (+3.5afNo. 19 South Florida Soth Florida South Florida Kansas South Florida South Forida
No.14 East Carolina (13.5) at lane East Carolina Tulane tat Carolina East Carolina East Carolina
No.15 Arizona State (-23) vs. UNLV Arizona State UNLV Arizona State Arizona State Arizona State
No.16 Oregon (-8) at Purdue Oregon Oregon Oregon Purdue Purdue
No.17 Penn State (27.5) at Syracuse Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State
Nol8BrighamYoung (-8)vs. UCLA UCLA UCLA Brigham Young Brigham Young Brigham Young
No.22Utah (24) atUtah State Utah Utah Utah Utah Utah
No 23 California (-14.5) at Maryland Maryland California Maryland Maryland California
No.24Illinois(-25) vs. UL-Lafayette Illinois Illinois Illinois inois Illinois
Northwestern (NL) vs. Southern Illinois Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern
Michigan State (-17) vs. Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State
Iowa (-14) vs. Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa Iowa State Iowa
Minnesota (NL) vs. Montana State Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota
lest Bet Oregon Tulane Brigham Young Arizona State Michigan
Record Last Weak 51- 01 391(-)1-11(-)1 0101 8-14-1 (0-1).
Overall Record 49-30-1 (1-2) 51-28-1 (3-0)... 53-26-1 (2-1) 4930-1 (1-2) 38-41-1 (03) .
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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