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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 20, 1974

PageI ightli THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 20, 1974

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Battered Buf aloes boast big boys

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By FRED UPTON
Bill Mallory, who succeeded
Bo Schembechler as head coach
at Miami of Ohio, is now in his
first year at the helm of the
Colorado Buffaloes. Last year,
Mallory's Miami squad led the
nation in total defense.
This year he inherited almost
the opposite situation. Last year
Colorado was last in the Big
Eight in total defense giving up
an average of 372.7 yards per,
game. This season Mallory was
hoping for better but in their'
opening game in Baton Rouge
against LSU, the Buffaloes gave
up 437 yards, all on the ground.
"NO, WE DON'T have any
r e a l1y outstanding defensive

stars. Our best are probably,
linebacker Jeff Geiser and de-
fensive back Rod Perry," com-
mented Mallory.
Geiser has started for two
years with 146 tackles last sea-
son while Perry, a transfer,
from Fresno City College, was"
a first team Junior College All-'
American inn 1972. Fresno was
third-ranked nationally.
Eight defensive starters re-
turn to the lineup from last year,
but two of them are injured and
will see limited action. The rov-
ing back (Apache), tri-captain
Greg Westbrooks, will suit up
with a sprained ankle along with
safety Jerry Martinez who has
a bruised shoulder. Sophomore
defensive halfback Tom Hilton
will not suit up at all.
Sophomore Mike Spivey will
take Westbrooks spot in which
he had enough playing time to
letter last year. Kicking special-
ist and reserve safety Tom
Mackenzie will take Martinez'

spot. Mackenzie kicked a 48 Two quarterbacks run the for-
yarder at San Antonio Junior mations and usually will split
College before transferring to the game time equally. "Steve
the Buffaloes. Williams is a little stronger and
quicker but Clyde Crutchmer is
STARTING tackles are Bob a little more uncanny," ob-
Simpson (6-5, 244) and Jeff Tur- served Mallory when comparing
cotte (6-4, 254). Colorado is the two.
claiming that Turcotte is one
of the best defensive tackles in COLORADO'S backfield in-
the Big Eight. Last week Tur- ' cludes tailback Bill Waddy, full-
cotte had f o u r unassisted back Terry Kunz and wingback
tackles. -
Mallory stated that overall,
"We like to stunt some and C
angle on defense. We stress
good pursuit. We want eleven
people on the ball carrier.' t
On offense, Colorado uses the to stick it
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"We'll show the power sweep,"Y U
option game, power inside, a
sprint-out passing game, and a
pull-up and throw-from-the-pock-
et-type pass attack. We run from MINNEAPOLIS (IP)-U.S. Dis-
five different formations and trict Judge Miles Lord has is-
try not to beat ourselves on of- sued a temporary restraining
fense." order which prohibits the NCAA

Dave Logan. All lettered last year and Payton won All-Big
year. Eight honors last season.
Though Logan and Waddy
didn't have what you call a AFTER THE ambush that the
good game last week, a total Buffaloes suffered last week in
of 34 yards combined, they were their 42-14 loss, Mallory stated
both impressive last season. that "We're looking to improve.
Waddy, a sophomore now, was We've got to get better."
UPI's player of the week when Tomorrow, Colorado will try
he gained 202 yards against Wis- to conform more with their basic
consin. Logan, a junior, made goals that are set before each
the 2nd team All-Big-Fight in game. Some of these include
both football and basketball. scoring 21 points, averaging four
"Kunz had a good game last yards a carry, and scoring 75
week, the best of any of our per cent of the time inside the
team," claimed Mallory. Kunz 35.
lettered in 1972 and has two Defensive goals include allow-
years of eligibility remaining Degnoiv e g an 100d a rds
after being redshirted last sea- ng not more than 100 yards
son. Against LSU he ran for 63 passng or rushing, no more
yards and for a 5.7 average. than seven points, itercepting
Offensive guards Steve Strip- one out of six passes, and ollow-
ling (6-3, 246) and Harvey Good- ing no gains over 20 yards.
man (6-5, 258) along with The last team that Bo lost to
tackles Mark Koncar (6-5, 266) | in Michigan Stadium was a Big
and Doug Payton (6-4, 255) and Eight team, Missouri, 40-17.
center Pete Brock (6-5, 242) That is the only Big Eight team
bring an awesome line into he has encountered as a head
Michigan Stadium. coach. He hopes to even his
Koncar was redshirted last ( record tomorrow.

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Speaker: PROF. CARL COHEN
ON THE
DEFUNIS CASE
concerning affirmative
action in the Jewish
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from imposing any sanctions
against the University of Min-
nesota if freshman Reed Larson
plays hockey for the Gophers.
Larson, former Minneapolis
Roosevelt High School star, had
been ruled ineligible by the
NCAA because as a 17-year-old
junior he signed an agreement
with an agent to negotiate his
contract when he turned profes-
sional.
Oral arguments were heard
last Friday and Judge Lord is-
sued his ruling Wednesday.
"One of the reasons that the
order was significant is that
Reed Larson wouldn't have
been able to get a scholarship
unless the court issued the or-
der," said Larson's attorney,
Ron Simon. "The tender is-
sued to Larson was given on
the basis that his eligibility
be restored by the Big Ten
and the NCAA."
"The Big Ten approved his
eligibility but the NCAA denied
it," Simon explained.
Warren Brown, assistant ex-
ecutive secretary of the NCAA,
had testified that Larson vio-
lated three regulations. He
agreed to accept pay, he en-
tered into a contract with a pro
team and he entered into a con-
tract with an agent.
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when he became afflicted with
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a wheelchair. His twin brother,
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DAVID LOGAN, a multi-talented Colorado wingback, turns
the corner against Air Force in action from last season's
contest. The Buffaloes stampede into Michigan Stadium on
Saturday as the standard bearers of the highly respected
Big 8 Conference in yet another battle with the Big Ten.
Despite a 42-14 drubbing by LSU last week, Bo Schembechler
considers Colorado to be formidable opposition for the
Wolverines.

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