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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TOP-lO POLL
Each week, Daily sports staffers till out ballots, with first place votes receiving 10 points, second-place votes receiving nine, and so on.

1. ALABAMA (17): AJ
McCarron and company
goc revenge for last year's
loss co che Aggies. Nick
Saban can finally sleep
again.

2. OREGON (1): The 3. CLEMSON : Bored - 4.OHIO STATE: With aS STANFORD: The Card
Ducks voluntarily during his bye week, majority of Cal's stadium sowed its patriotism by
topped scoring after Tajh Boyd learned all the clad in red, the Buckeyes nly beating Army by 14.
he third quarter in their words to Miley Cyrus' . felt right at home.
-lowout win. "Wrecking gall."

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6. LOUISVILLE: After ____ 7. TEXAS A&M The 8. GEORGIA: The Dawgs 9. SOUTH CAROLINA: 10. LSU: To make a
beating another in-state ~ I Aggies may have lost, butI went for a long walk in The Cocks nearly blew statement, the Tigers
foe, the Cardinals Al everyone in attendance the park during their bye a four-touchdown lead, dismantled the Golden
celebrated in the KFC L lLV still went home with week. but ultimately had a Flashes, proving they are
Yum! Center with all the a Johnny Football happy ending against the3 more than a flash in the
fixins'. autograph. Commodores. pan.

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STAFF PICKS
The Daily football writers do their best
to predict, against the spread, what
happens in the 2013 football season.

Zach
Helfand

Everett
Cook

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No.1Alabamna (-8) at No. A TexasA&M
No. 2Oregeon(-28)vs. Toenesee
No. 4 Ohio State (-6) at California
N5Staenod (-29) atArmay
N. 7 Louisvile (-14.5) at Kentucky
No.8 LSU(-37)vs. Kent St.
No. 10Florida State(-04),vs. Nevada
N 11 Michiga 0-7)vs. Akron~
No. 12 Oklahom State (-47) vs.La r
N. 13 South Caolna (-4) no. Vander-bilt
No. 14 Oklahoma (-24.5) vso. Tulsa
No. 16UCLA (+4.5) atSNo. 23 Nebraska
N. 17 Northwestern (-30.5) no. Western Mihian
N. 79 Washington (-70),at Ilni
No. 20 Wisonsin (+6) at Arizona State
No.215Notre Dame (-21) at Purdue
5N 24 TCU (-) at Texas Tech
No. 25 Mississippi (+2.5) at Txas
Indiana (-) vn ong ree on
Mineseota (-24) no. Western, Illino~is
Michigan State (-25.5) vso. Yungson St.
Ioaa(-2.5) atl Iowa Sate
Penn State (-65) vs. Cetral Florida
This Week
Overall

Alabama
Oregon
Ohio State
LSU
Nvada
Michigan
Oklahoa
Wisonos in
sNeDame
TCU
Mississippi
Indianea
Minnsot
Iowa State
Penn State
8-14
44-33

Texas A&M
Oregon
Ohio State
Stanford
SNada
Michign
Lamar
Vanderbilt
Oklahoma
UCLA
Nrthwesoten
ArizonaState
SNte Dame,
TCU
Mississippi
Indiana
Minnesota
YonsonSt.
Iowna State
Pen State
8-14
42-35

Matt
Slovin
Oregon
Ohio State
Stanor
Louisville
LSU
Florida State
Michigan
Oklahoma State
Vanderbilt
Oklahoma
Nebraska
WestenMichigan
Wisconsi
TCU
Mississippi
Indiana
Mineota
Michiga tatet
Centr'al Floida
49-28

Liz '
Vukeicij
Alabam~a
Oregon
Ohio State
Staenor
Louisville
Kent St.
Florida State
Michigan,
Oklaha State
Nebraska
WesternMichigan
Arizona State
Sote Dame
StTes
Bownlig Geen,
Mieota
Youngtont,,tSt.
Iow'a State
Penn State
41-36

Alabam
Oregon
Ohio State
Stanford
Louisville
LSU
Florida State
Michigan
Lama
Oklahoma
WesternMichigan
Washington
AriontaState
Texas Tech
Mississippi
Indian
Minneota
Yongson St.
lIowa State
Petn State
9-13

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