At first look, 1984 South Africa had a European feel to it – modern cities with skyscraper buildings, modern roads and freeways, supermarkets and stores where you could buy whatever you wanted. When you took a closer look, you saw the gross inequality that was unsustainable.
Now I know it seems profane to diminish a great man’s name like he was a Beatle or Rolling Stone or some facsimile thereof but let me explain.
It’s Boston College’s Andre Williams vs. Arizona’s Ka’Deem Carey. No. 1 in the nation in rushing (175.2 yards per game) vs. No. 2 (156.0). “Let the show begin,” Carey said.
The longest UA has spent at No. 1 is six consecutive weeks at the start of the 2002-03 season. The Cats were on a five-week stretch at No. 1 late in that season, including the March 10, 2003, poll before losing to UCLA at the Pac-10 tournament.
The Wolverines (6-3) have all week to prepare for the Wildcats (9-0). The game will be played at a soldout Crisler Center, site of where No. 1 Duke lost on Dec. 13, 1997.
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