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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, Decemk

Page 22-Tuesday, December 11, 1979-The Michigan Daily

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Michigan's 11 game stats (8-3)

I

Carolina's 11 game stats (7-3-1)

UNC OPP

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS ........
Rushing ....................
Passing ..................
Penalty ..................
TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS..
TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS..
Rushing Attempts.........
Rushing Yards...........
Passing Attempts..........
Passing Completions.......
Passing Yards ...............
AVERAGE YARDS
PER GAME.............
Rushing.......... ......
Passing ....................
AVERAGE YARDS PER PLAY_
Avg Per Rush............
Avg Per Pass .............
TOTAL NUMBER OF PUNTS
Total Yards .................
Avg Per Punt ................
TOTAL KICK RET/YARDS.
Punt Returns/Yards.......
KO Returns/Yards .........

MICH
209
131
74
4
809
4441
603
2733
206
111
1708
403.7
248.5
155.3
5.5
4.5
8.3
50
1731
34.6
55/807
31/309
24/498

Opp
160
80
75
5
725
2787
443
1092
282
142
1695
253.4
99.3
154.1
3.8
2.5
6.0
80
2921
36.5
56/841
23/220
3/621

INTERCEPTIONS/YARDS ...,
FUMBLES/LOST...........
PENALTIES/YARDS .........

13/108
30/11
39/373

12/64
24/13
35/356

SCORING BY QUARTERS
1
MICHIGAN ......... 58
Opponents.......... 17
PUNTING
Virgil . .................
Team .....................
FIELD GOALS
Virgil ..................
Haji-Sheikh. .......
RUSHING
Woolfolk ..............
Edwards..............
Reid.................
Dickey.................
Ricks..................
Smith .....................
Hewlett...............
Cade....................

2
63
40
No.
46
4
Att
12.
6
Att
175
132
103
55
22
25
13
5

3 4 Total
107 69 297
33, 44 134
Yds Avg Long
1731 37.6 58
0
Made Yds Long
3 84 30
0
Yds Avg LP
927 5.3 92
618 4.7 38
555 5.4 50
242 3.8 35
100 4.5 24
96 3.8 25
70 5.4 34
63 12.6 61

First Downs ...................
Total Plays ....................
Total Yardage ..............
Total Yardage Per Game ...
Plays Rushing .................
Yards Rushing ................
Yards Rushing Per Game ......
Yards Passing .................
Yards Passing Per Game,.....
Passes Attempted...........
Passes Completed...........
Passes Intercepted By........
Fumbles-Fumbles Lost.......
Penalties-Yardage ...........

216
847
4108'
373.5
609
2462
223.8
' 1646
149.6
238
127
19
27-16
61461
3rd 4th
73 59
34 51

185
830
3338
303.5
553
1656
150.5
1682
152.9
277
131
10
32-9
55-552
F
273
452

Billy Johnson. fb 78
Kelvin Bryant, hb 42
W.Sturdivantfb 14
Ron DeMarco, hb 9
Chuck Sharpe, qb 14
Victor Harrison, wr 1
Rod Elkins, qb 1
Matt Kupec, qb 47
UNCTOTALS 609
OPP TOTALS 553
PASS. INT. RETURNS
Steve Streeter, db
Buddy Curry. lb
Larry Winters, db
Ricky Bardendb
Darrell Nicholson, lb
Calvin Daniels, olb
Lawrence Taylor, olb
UNC TOTALS
OPP TOTALS
PASS RECEIVING
Mike Chatham, te
Doug Paschal, fb
Jeff Grey, wr

366
172
47
33
34
12
2

23
0
0
14
0
0

365 4.7
149 3.5
47 3.4
33 3.7
20 1.4
12 12.0
2 2.0

Through air and on the groi
Carolina poses offensive thr

105 128
2708 246
1976 320
NO
5
5"
2
2
2
2
1

-23
2462
1656
YDS
66
27
51
28
21
8

4.0
3.0
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

19 201 0
10 185 0

SCORING
UNC
OPP

1st 2nd
59 82
20 47

By JON WELLS
It has been said that the ultimate
tribute to a teacher occurs when he is
surpassed by his pupil. It is doubtful
however, when the Michigan
Wolverines and the North Carolina Tar
Heel square off in the Gator Bowl that
Michigan coach Bo Schembechler will
be looking for verification of this old
adage.
When Schembechler was coaching at
Miami (Ohio), North Carolina coach
Dick Crum was the coach of the Mentor
High School team in Mentor, Ohio and
attending Bo's clinics at Oxford. Coach
Crum admits that he developed a good
deal of his football philosophy from

reasons why Crum has strayed from
the option oriented offense.
THE OTHER TWO reasons the Tar
Heels can afford to dump the option lie
in the persons of tailback Amos
Lawrence and fullback Doug Paschal.
Lawrence broke the 1,000 yard barrier
in the season finale against Duke,
finishing with 1,019 yards in 225 carries
for an average of 4.1 yards per carry.
This year's performance marks the
third season that the junior tailback has
rushed for over 1,000 yards. Only Tony
Dorsett has broken that barrier four
times.
The other half of North Carolina's
productive backfield, the 6-2, 214 pound

Wooten, named by The Football News
as a second team All-American, is only
a junior and a good pro prospect. In key
situations, junior center Rick Don-
nalley will team up with Wooten and
Junkmann, and the Tar Heels will run
left.
And last, but surely not least, the Tar
Heels have a place-kicker who can split
the uprights. Sophomore Jeff Hayes

kicked six of t'
cluding two 47 yar
be used from any
It seems that
strayed a bit fro
prepared to teac
lessons of his ov
Lawrence may g
ultimate tribute
not.

CGT
29
24
17

YDS
448
168
230

AVE
15.6
7.0
13.5

TD
8
0
1

See STATS, Page 23

INDIVIDUL STATISTICS
RUSHING CAR GAIN LOSS NET AVE
Amos Lawrence. hb 225 1086 67 1019 4.5
Doug Paschal, fb 177 848 13 835 4.7

See STATS, Page 23

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Bo's clinics, particularly his offensive
philosophy.
Dive, trap, sweep, option left, option
right. The Ohio-born ground game
dogma drones on.
IRONICALLY, THIS year finds both
coaches straying from the good word of
the midwestern football Bible. Schem-
bechler has gone increasingly to the
forward pass because one of his quar-
terbacks seems to have glue on the
soles of his shoes. Crum goes to the air
because he has one of the best passers
ever seen in the Atlantic Coast Con-
ference.
At 6-1, 194, Tar Heel quarterback
Matt Kupec threw for 1,587 yards and
an ACC record 18 touchdown passes this
season. In completing 123 of his 227 at-
tempts for a .541 percentage, Kupec's
strong right arm accounted for 40% of
North Carolina's total yardage.
Like Michigan's John Wangler,
Kupec's running ability is somewhere
below respectable and most likely it
won't be exhibited much at the Gator
Bowl. In fact, the senior quarterback
amassed (or back-pedaled) a total of
23 yards during the season. This is, as
you might expect, one of the main

Paschal, doubles as the Tar Heels'
number two rusher and their number
two pass receiver. The senior ball-
carrier gained 835 yards in 177 carries
for a 4.7 yard average, and caught 23
passes for 162 yards. Don't be surprised
if Paschal uses the Gator Bowl to burst
out of obscurity.
WJILE PASCHAL keeps a low
profile in the backfield, the Tar Heels'
leading receiver doesn't even crack the
starting lineup for most games. Junior
tight end Mike Chatham has wrapped
his eager digits around 27 passes for.a
total of 429 yards, yet will probably not
start against the Wolverines in
Jacksonville.
Apparently, the Tar Heel coaching
staff feels that sophomore Shelton
Robinson is a better blocker and
necessary to get the running game un-
tracked. Look for Chatham on passing
downs and in the late going.
If there is an easily discernible trend
on the Tar Heel tendency charts it is
probably their inclination to run left. The.
reason for this penchant is no secret, as
the left side of the offensive line is man-
ned by 6-4, 254 guard Ron Wooten and
6-3, 234 tackle Steve Junkmann.

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Daily Photo by PETER SERLING
GOODBYE, say Michigan middle guard Mike Trgovac and fleet-footed
wide receiver Anthony Carter. Goodbye to Art Schlichter of Ohio State,
goodbye to Indiana (remember the play?) and goodbye to the 1979 Gaior
ville, December 28.

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