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ERRMANN TO TEST BLUE SECONDARY:
Defense supplies Boiler'

The Michigan Daily-Friday, November 17, ]978-Pqge 13

By PETE LEININGER
With Purdue smelling roses for the
t time in years, most of the talk is
out sophomore passing sensation
ark Herrmann and the potent Boiler
fensive, but it's the defense that got
em where they are.
PURDUE HAS registered three
utouts this season, giving up a scant
7 points per game. The Boilermakers
ve only once allowed more than 16
ints in one game, that being 24 in last
ek's contest with Wisconsin.
Coach Jim Young, slightly worried
"out the inexperience (only three
.niors starting on defense) of his
fense earlier, now considers the
fense the best in years.
"Keena Turner could be one of the
st defensive ends in the league," con-
nded Young. Turner has had 74
ckles this year, 21 of them accounting
r minus 161 yards.
JUNIOR linebacker Kevin Motts,
ho leads the team in tackles with 114
nd already holds every Purdue
ickling record, will head up the
oilermaker defense.
Joining Motts on defense is junior
eman Ken Loushin who is second on
e team with 79 tackles, 13 of them for
total of 74 yards lost. Junior
nebacker Mark Johanson, playing in
is first full season, has impressed the
caches and is tied with Loushin with 79
ckles.
Despite giving up 24 points last week,
oung felt the team played a good
efensive game. "We made mistakes at
'Toronto
dumps
Bru ins
BOSTON (AP) - Darryl Sittler fired
third-period goal that climaxed a
bree-goal Toronto comeback and a 6-4
aple Leafs victory last night over the
oston Bruins in an NHL game.
. It was only Toronto's second triumph
n Boston Garden in 33 tries in the last
1 years.
Pat Boutette and Bruce Boudreau set
p each other for goals 14 seconds apart
'n the third period to bring the'Leafs in-
o a 4-4 tie.
The Toronto goals canre less than a
iinute after the Bruins had taken a 4-2
ead on quick scores by rookie Al
'ecord and Rick Middleton.
The third-period scoring explosion
broke up a tight checking game bet-
ween the rivals, who are now one point
apart atop the NHL's Adams Division.
Davy Williams gave Toronto a 1-0
lead at 1:45 in the first period, but
Secord came back to tie it for Boston
wjth his first goal of the night 45 secon-
ds later.

Wisconsin in the kicking game, and not
just in the punting game." Six Purdue
punts netted only 164 yards, an average
of 273 yards per kick.
IN ADDITION to the lack of distance

proved club from last year, mainly
because of their effective blend of run-
ning and passing. Last year, Purdue
rushed for only 1,426 yards, which had
most teams keying on the Boilermaker
passing attack.
This year, Purdue has already run for
1,627 yards, led by sophomore John
Macon with 781 and senior Russell Pope
with 653. Both players are averaging 4.2
yards per carry.
THE BOILERMAKER passing at-
tack, led by Herrmann, is as sound as
ever, and even more effective with the
addition of a respectable running game.

s punch
bullets will be a corps of potential
scorers. Flanker Mike Harris has
caught four touchdown passes and 27
receptions for 379 yards. Split end Bart
Burrell has caught 24 passes for 381
yards and three touchdowns.
Senior Scott Sovereen, from Midland,
Michigan, has a list of field goal recor-
ds: most in a game, four; single season,
13; and career, 24. This year he has
kicked 13 field goals and is 21 for 21 in
extra-point conversions.

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Mark Herrmann
on the punts, two of Purdue's punts
were blocked. "That's (the punting) the
number one area we need to improve
this week, because Michigan does a fine
job of rushing," said Young. t
Offensively, Purdue is a much im-
GRIDDE PICKS
"Tracy, I think we've finally got
Mush-Face dead to rights this time,"
Sam said.
"How's that, Sam?" asked the
famous detective.
"Well, the chief found out he's
passing up the chance for that two-item'
Pizza Bob's small pizza by neglecting to
turn in his gridde picks by midnight
Friday at 420 Maynard."
"Lock him up for life," ordered
Tracy angrily.
1. Purdue at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Illinois at Minnesota
3. Ohio State at Indiana
4. Wisconsin at Iowa
5. Michigan State at Northwestern
6. Southern Cal at UCLA
7. Clemson at Maryland
8. Navy at Florida State
9. Notre Dame at Georgia Tech
10. Rutgers at Holy Cross
11. Southern Methodist at Texas Tech
12. Central Michigan at Western
Michigan
13. Missouri at Nebraska
14. Texas A&M at Arkansas
15. Georgia at Auburn
16. Stanford at California
17. Syracuse at Boston College
18. Oklahoma State at Oklahoma
19. Florida at Kentucky
20. DAILY LIBELS at Rosie the'
Riveters

So far this season, Hermann has
completed 129 passes in 277 attempts (a
.568 percentage) for 1,584 yards. His
aerial touchdown production (12) is
slightly down from last year, but he has
been intercepted only nine times fthus
far, a drastic reduction from last year.
Last week, Herrmann connected on
18 (six straight in the second half) of 29
attempts for 262 yards and two touch-
downs, including a 75-yard bomb.
Herrmann needs work on his running,
though. This year he has rushed for -88
yards in 24 carries, for a -3.7 yard
average per carry.
PURDUE IS averaging 368 yards per
game,-187 in the air and 181 on the
ground. The Boilermakers are
averaging 21.5 points a game, and their
high for a gamne was 34 against Iowa.
Both Macon and Pope are among the
top ten rushers in the Big Ten. Macon
has four 100-yard games so fa'r this
season, while his last year's total was
only 60 yards on 17 carries.
Pope possesses breakaway speed, but
is hindered by his lack of size. Pope is
listed at 5-11 and 186, but is probably
even smaller.
DOING THE majority of the blocking
and attempting to set Pope and Macon
free will be a line led by 6-5, 235 pound
right guard John Lefeber and 6-4, 228-
pound left guard Dale Schwan.
Pete Quinn, 6-2, 243, will be at center
for the Boilermakers. "We're in a
position Purdue hasn't been in for a
long time. It will take a lot more mental
preparation," said Quinn.
On the receiving end of Herrmann's
SCORES
NHL
Toronto6. boston 4
NBA
New York 97, Cleveland 93

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MICHIGAN ...
Michigan St......
Ohio State.....
Minnesota ..
Indiana.......
Wisconsin .......
Iowa ............
Illinois........
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