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[Page Six

Wednesday, November 6, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By JIM FORRESTER
The Illini. Hoo boy! the Illini.
A lot of talk has been circulating
about hapless Wisconsin in re-
cent print. But people have been
ignoring the Illini. Their record for
the season is a disasteroWs 0-7. The
Illini have given a ,couple of teams
scares (they fell one touchdown
short in losing to Ohio State 31-
24) but have not really threatened
to do the shocking-win a game.
In their first seven outings the
Illini have managed to give up
260 points while amassing only
80. This is indicative of a poor
defense, needless to say, and this
is an exact discription of the Illini
defenders.
Starting on the defensive line is
former All-American candidate
Tony Pleviak. Pleviak has been
playing on an injured ankle and
will be doing so again this week,
a condition which should allow
Wolverine quarterback Dennis
Brown that little extra second to
pass.
And a weak pass defense could
Michigan's All-American can-
didate running back Ron John-
son slipped from fourth to sev-
enth place in this week's AP
rankings for rushing. But in the
race for position, Johnson is only
eleven yards behind the fourth
place slot with 902 yards.
send the Illini plumeting to their
eighth straight loss of the season.
The fighting men from C h a m-
pagne have lost three defensive
backfield starters in the current
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CHARLIE BAREITHER
Dan Franklin, Fred Wolf and
Mike Ryan are all sidelined with
one injury or another and have
been replaced by the inexperienc-
ed and the not so fleet of foot
or sure of hand. The Illini get
burned crisp on the pass as they
give up a whopping 7.4 yards
every time the ball is launched
into the air (this statistic in-
:ludes incompletions).
To top this somewhat less-than-
brilliant record, the Illini have
snared but 'three errant enemy
aerials the entire season. Look for
Ross Waldren, Charlie Bareither
and John Kaiser or Tim McCar-
they to be chasing touchdown-
bound Wolverines down the.gr'id-
iron.
It may be cruel, but the Illini

offense is almost as weak as its
defense. The Champaigners have
gained an average of but about 260,
yards per game to rank ninth in
the conference, ahead of even
more hapless Wisconsin.
Bob Naponic is the key to the
Illini offense but unfortunately
there has been little to unlock.
Great things were expected of
tight end Len Winslow but, alas,
his performance was on the whole
disappointing; a condition which
led to his replacement by offensive
tackle Doug Redman. Redman
caught two passes against Purdue
last Saturday and proved himself
competent at the position.
The shift has left a hole at
tackle spot and forced Head Coach
Jim Valek to go with inexper-
ience on the left side in the form
of non-lettering Junior Tom Scott.
But an injury on the left side is
plaguing the Illini as first string
guard Jerry Pillath will be unable
to start this Saturday. In his place
will be an inexperienced Soph in
the person of 6'1", 207 pound Rich
Brennan.
The changes in the offensive
line cannot but help the men
from the Land 'O Lincoln. They
have been so bad so far that they
cannot get much worse. In six
games this season, Illin i backs
have been thrown for 264 yards
in losses in attempting to pass, run
and do almost anything else.
In those same six contests, drop-
ped passes and a big rush has held
the fine Illini quarterback, B o b
"Napalm" Naponic, to a meagre
31.5 per cent completion average.
It is indeed a wonder that only 11
of Naponic's passes had been inter-
cepted.
The rushing game has been
fairly strong in spite of poor play
in the line. Backs Rich Johnson
and Ken Bargo have been averag-
ing nearly four yards each time
they get their hands on the ball.
But nemesis injury strikes again as
the fastest man on the team, fleet
Billy Huston, will more than like-
ly not see action as he suffered

a twisted knee in last week's game by Denny Brown (to that elite re-
with the Boilermakers. Such is ceiving crew of Jim Mandich, Bill
life. Harris, Jerry Imsland, John Gab-
It is but a slight mental task to ler, Paul Staroba and Jim Betts).
infer the results of Saturday's The Illini have not been men-
conflict. The nothing Illini of- tioned as "fighting" thus far. This
fensive line will be very encourag- is out of respect for those poor
ing to the likes of Cecil Pryor, boys who give their all to a losing
Henry Hill and Dan Parks. They cause. The Fighting Illini? It's too
should have no trouble in dropping much of a joke.

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sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
PAT ATKINS

their beleaguered opponents for
minus net yardage.
The defensive backfield should
have a field day also. With the
men up front pressuring Naponic,
the Illini will be fortunate if more
of their passes are not intercepted
than completed. A word to the
wise: A smart Illini will run.
On the point scoring end of
the preverbial stick it should be
all Michigan. The Illini will have
the choice of being run over by
ton Johnson or being passed over

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ready to play. Plagued by injury ,all last season, Naponic saw
little action. In 1966, Naponic led the Fighting Illini to a 28-21
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