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Monday, June 18, 2001- The Michigan Daily - 15

jusic City Bowl to
it Big Ten vs. SEC
As was proposed over a month
go, Michigan and Michigan State
ill play a game at Spartan Stadium
East Lansing. 0
The outdoor football stadium,
hich seats 72,000, will be iced
ver for a Saturday, Oct. 6th CCHA
lar-season game with a 6 p.m.
rt.
- Staff reports
vusic City Bowl to
it Big Ten vs. SEC
.NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The
[usic City Bowl is dropping the Big
at Conference in favor of the Big Ten.
e Big Ten-SEC pairing will run
2002-05. The bowl's three-year
astract with the Big East ends Dec. 28.
The Music City Bowl paid out
150,000 to each team in 2000, down
om$1million in 1999.
ESPN, which has televised the first
ree editions of the game, picked up its
>tion to show the game through 2003.

Syracuse close to
deal with Ohio State
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - Syra-
cuse has reached a tentative agree-
ment to play a two-game football
series with Ohio State.
The Orangemen would travel to
Columbus in 2007. The Buckeyes
would visit the Carrier Dome in
2010.
"It's got to be finalized yet, but it's
something we're pretty excited
about," said Syracuse associate ath-
letic director Rob Edson.
Syracuse and Ohio State played a
two-game series in 1988 and 1992.
The Buckeyes won both games. The
Orangemen defeated Ohio State in
the 1991 Hall of Fame Bowl in
Tampa.
Edson said the Orangemen want to
play more teams from the Big Ten
now that the Big East has switched
its television network affiliation from
CBS to ABC. The Big Ten also is
aligned.with ABC. Matchups with
power conferences are more lucrative
draws for a network, Edson said.
Edson said Syracuse also has
recently talked with Penn State about
resuming a football rivalry that
ended badly after the 1990 season.

CONNECTING
Continued from Page 14
our current players," Amaker said.
"That's an invaluable experience for
young kids. It's important that our
kids see those things first hand. If
we could have that happen, more
than anything else, that's the biggest
thing we could have for our pro-
gram."
When taking over as Seton Hall's
head coach, Amaker found a similar
response from old Pirates, and they
stayed in touch.
Amaker was involved in a very
well received celebration of Seton
Hall basketball with a representative

from every era from the 1940s to the
present.
Amaker has also taken the time
this summer to get to meet the
Detroit area's high school basketball
coaches.
"We've reached out and coaches
have reached out to us," Amaker
said. "There's a lot of support within
our state. We're just trying to let
everyone know we're here, we're
new. We want to welcome them into
our community here to come to
games, to practices."
UNCHALLENGED: According to
ACCToday.com, the ACC/Big Ten
Challenge will not include Michigan
this season. The matchups are sup-

posed to be officially announced
next week.
In the Challenge's first year,
Michigan beat Georgia Tech 80-77.
The Wolverines lost last year at
home 71-60 to Wake Forest.
BIG MEN: Both Josh Moore and
Chris Young are headed to Hawaii
for Pete Newell's renowned Big Man
Camp.
The two centers had started think-
ing about attending the camp before
Amaker's arrival.
"Chris and his family already had
him signed up. I think Josh and his
previous coaching staff had talked to
him about him going out there,"
Amaker said.

A T H FA A' '

The University of Michigan WHATS
Department of Recreational Sports
INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM HAPPENING
SOFTBALL SAND
VOLLEYBALL
ENTRIES TAKEN:
Thursday 6/28 ONLY A ENTRIES TAKEN:
5:00 pm, IMSB Thursday 6/28 ONLY
6:30 pm, IMSB
ENTRY FEE:
$60per team ENTRY FEE:
$40perteaim
MANAGER'S MTG:
MANDATORY MANAGER'S MTG:
Thrs 6/28, 5:00 PM MANDATORY
Thura 6/28,6:30 PM
PLAY BEGINS:
Sun 7/1, Elbel Fields PLAY BEGINS:
Sun 7/1 Elbel Courts
3-on-3 ROLLER
BASKETBALL HOCKEY
ENTRIES TAKEN: ENTRIES TAKEN:
Thurs 6128 ONLY Thurs 6/28 ONLY
8:00 pm, IMSB 7:30 pm, IMSB
ENTRY FEE: ENTRY FEE:
$20 per team $45 per team
MANAGER'S MTG: MANAGER'S MTG:
MANDATORY MANDATORY
Thurs 6/28, 8:00 PM Thurs 6/28 7:30 PM
PLAY BEGINS: PLAY BEGINS:
Sun 7/. EblCnurts Sun 7/ EblPad
The deadline for TENNIS - Singles and Doubles entrmes is
Thursday July 19
while Golf Two-Person Tem Sam.be entries
are due Thursday July 26.
OFFICIAL'S NEEDED!
Join us at the IM Official's Clinics.
SOFTBALL: Wednesday June 27
All Clinics begin at 7:00pm and are held at the IMSB.
For Additional lafonnation Contact: Intramural Sports Program, IMSB, 606 E. Hoover,
Ann Arbor, MI48109-3717,(734)763-3562 ://www.recsrts.umickedu

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