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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 12, 1970

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EUE RYT HING,
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Trojans trip on trail to

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By JIM KEVRA
Whatever happened to Sotuhern
California?
The Trojans, last year's 10-3
winner over Michigan in the Rose
Bowl and the Pacific-8 represent-
ative to that New Year's Day clas-
sic the last four seasons were the
odds-on favorites to make it five
in a row this year. In the pre-
season polls, Southern California
was ranked third behind O h i o
State and Texas and garnished
about one-fourth of the first place
votes.
But Southern Cal's season has
been a disaster. Head Coach John
McKay's team is only 5-3-1, its
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worst record in over ten years. .
After starting off with an easy
42-21 victory over Alabama, the
Trojans were tied by Nebraska 21-
21. In that game, USC had to
come from behind 1 a t e in the
fourth quarter to manage the
draw. Two easy romps over Iowa
and Oregon State followed but
suddenly, the Trojans collapsed.
Stanford, this year's represent-
ative to the Rose Bowl, upset USC
24-14 as the Indians struck to an
early 21-7 lead and then played a
ball control game to do w n the
Trojans.
Following a narrow victory ov-
er a strong Washington squad,
'Southern California was offed two
more times by the Oregon Ducks
and the lowly California Golden
Bears before thumping Washing-
ton State last Saturday, 70-33. In
the current Associated Press poll,
the Trojans are ranked a lowly
eighteenth, a mere f o u r points
from oblivion.
The season has obviously been
a disappointment to McKay since
this years team w a s, on paper,
slightly better than last year's un-
defeated squad.
For the opening game, the Tro-
jans fielded no less than 11 bona
fide All-America candidates and
had amazing depth. This year's
sophomore crop was the best that
McKay had come up with in re-
cent years. USC had returned its
entire offensive backfield, the
most integral part of a good at-
tack. Although the defense had
lost a few men, sophomores and
junior college transfers were able
to plug most of the holes.

Against Oregon and Cal, they
could only manage a total of two
touchdowns and a field goal.
Against Stanford, they were stop-
ped twice inside the five-yard line
late in the game including once on
about the one-foot line. Only in
the game with Nebraska did the
Trojans look respectable.
ON A STATISTIC sheet, USC
looks impressive. Clarence Davis,
the team's leading rusher, has 837
yards and, with two games to go,
looks like a cinch to make the
magic 1000-yard mark again. Sam
Cunningham, the fullback, has
powered for almost 500 yards and
has been the key man in short
yardage situations.
Jones has been impressive at
quarterback, as the talented jun-
ior has completed 100 passes out
of 213 attempts for almost 1700
yards. In addition, Jones has only
had five passes intercepted.
But, unfortunately for the Tro-
jans, they have been unable to
come up with the big play in the
clutch situations like they have in
recent years. Last year, for exam-
ple, USC nipped the UCLA Bruins
in the final minute on a l on g
Jones to Sam Dickerson bomb to
win the Rose Bowl berth.
Although Southern Cal is out
of this year's Rose Bowl game,
next year's squad should be in the
running for the championship.
Jones, Cunningham, and a horde
of other Trojans will return for
another season.

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-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
WOLVERINE DEFENDERS Cecil Pryor (55), Ed Moore (97) and Pete Newell (82) bring down
Southern California running back Clarence Davis in last year's Rose Bowl game. Davis is still rush-
ing for the Trojans, but Stanford is rushing towards the Rose Bowl as Southern Cal hasn't lived up
to expectations this year.

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the close games, a necessity for a
championship team. The Trojan's
three losses and the tie were all
decided by a total of 16 points.
In each of its losses and in the
tie, USC's defense has d o n e a'
workmanlikejob.eNebrasda a n nBy TIM OBOJSKI just
Stanford, two of the m o s t of- As the collegiate grid behemoths a re
fense-minded teams in the coun- feast upon their press clippings, Sout
try were held to a mere three Toledo continues to remain rela- Davi
touchdowns apiece. In the losses tively unheralded-and unscathed the
to Oregon and California, the de- by defeat. Their lopsided 45-7 vic- ciate
fense allowed o n 1 y one touch- tory over Northern Illinois last best
down in each game and a grand Saturday was the ninth straight MAC
total of 23 points. this year, and 20th in succession geri
The failure has been with the for the Rockets, who claim the Ea
offense. Although quarterback longest undefeated skein in the terbe
Jimmy Jones and the rest of the Midwest. custi
squad have racked up 40 points Tabbed the favorite for the first year
or more in four of their n i n e time in the 24-year history of the Dam
games, they have failed to provide Mid - American Conference 1 a s t two
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their fine 11-0 mark in 1969:
ecord-breaking 56-33 rout of
her Conference champion
idson in the Tangerine Bowl,
20th berth in the final Asso-
ed Press poll, statistically the
defense in the country, and
C "Back of the Year" and Tan-
ne Bowl MVP Chuck Ealey.
aley, the 6', 180 lb. junior quar-
ack, is becoming rather ac-
omed to winning. In three
s at Portsmouth (O.) Notre
ne high school, and now almost
with the varsity Rockets,
y has compiled an amazing
record on the gridiron. In
the only losing game he play-
in since the ninth grade came
Toledo freshman when the
kets lost 12-6 to none other
n our own Wolverines.
oledo is currently rather un-
usively residing in the 16th
tion of the Associated Press
But you can be assured that
Rocket players and fans are
;e aware of their ranking.
ch Frank Lauterbur remarked,
r ranking is an added incen-
We're shooting for as much
onal ranking as we can get."
bledo's success can in a large
simply be attributed to a for-
ate bit of geography:Approxi-
ely 85 per cent of the Rocket
ers were recruited from with-
35 miles of the university, and
er cent lived in Toledo itself.
Lauterbur noted, it is "a real
football area.''

Cited by Lauterbur as outstand-
ing professional prospects among
the graduating seniors were 6'-2",
195 lb. co-captain and tailback
Tony Harris ("a great breakaway
runner"); 6'-2", 225 lb. fullback
Charlie Cole; 6', 190 lb. co-captain,
strong safety, and kicker Tom
Duncan; and 6'-3", 270 lb. defen-
sive tackle Don Hotz.
But their imminent departure
shouldn't be fatal by any means,

for as Lauterbur observed, "Most
of the star performers are jun-
iors." Especially praiseworthy are
Ealey and 6'-1", 200 lb. sophomore
Joe Schwartz, who has proved
capable of playing any one of the
backfield positions.
Much to the dismay of the
MAC, Lauterbur expects "another
class team" in 1971. But the
Rockets had better be wary. The
rest of the league is becoming
understandably restless.

dent big' football scene

Gridde Pickings

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Wary Of Revolution. Knowledge Is Not Good For Open Revolution.
Tests Have Enjoyed Drooping Attendance In Lean Years. Interest
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However, Any Very Innocent Normal Girl Enjoys Relations In
Class Since It Eases Grimness. Even Ladies Always Say, "A New
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Therefore, Holiday Enjoyment Will Only Reach Some Tranquil,
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