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THE /MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 11, 1974

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, October 11, 1974

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By JEFF SCHILLER
Third down, three yards to go.
Stanford's ball on the Michigan
sixteen yard line. The Cardinals
lead, 6-0, and threaten to break
the game wide open. Jerry
Waldvogel goes back to pass ...
but a Michigan defensive end
breaks through sacking the
oiarterback for a 13-yard loss.
The Stanford drive dies; Michi-
aan wins 27-16.
The turning point? Probably.
The architect? Wolverine de-
fensive champion of the week,
Dan Jilek.
Jilek is yet another example
of the Michigan coaching
staff's ability to accurately
assess potential talent at the
hiah school level.
Although Wolverine defensive
end coach Bill McCartney says,
"The coaches all expectedsthat
he'd be a star," Jilek was not
recruited by out-of-state schools.
The 6-3,205 junior from Sterling
Heights was even shunned by
some in-state schools.
Michigan State did not offer
Jilek a scholarship and told him,
in effect, he was not good
enough to play for them.
Any doubts that Jilek will be
up for this week's game?
"Yeah, I'm thinking about it,"
Jilek said. "It's not like I ever
wanted to go to State or any-
where but here for that matter,
but what they told me still hurt.

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and to look at it before every
MSU game. I'm taking his ad-
vice."
Dan Jilek is a rarity, a col-
lege athlete who chose his
school for the education it
offers. He is especially unique
because his primary aim is
not pro football.
"Of course I'll try it (the
pros) if they give me a chance,"
he said. "But I'm really not
even thinking about it. I'm not
here solely because they gave
me a football scholarship. In
fact, if they hadn't offered the
scholarship I'd have tried to get
in academically and been a foot-
Libels host
State TNews
tomorrow
By Ffats Strops
The Michigan Wolverines are
not the only team playing for
revenge tomorrow. The Daily
Libels, last year's National
Champions, have a bone to pick
too.
Last year's edition of the
Libels set 14 NCAA records. But
the record they wanted the most
was denied; the 644 points
Michigan scored in 1902 were
more than the Libels have ever
managed.
Last year the Libels scored
643 points. The only reason they
didn't break the long-standing
record was that they only re-
corded two points in their vic-
tory over the Michigan State
News when the News forfeited.
George "Hurricane" Hastings,
a senior split end for the Libels,
can't wait for tomorrow's game
to get under way. "I want to
biry them," growled the "Hur-
ricane," "there's no question
but what we should have had
that record.'
Player-coach Marc Feldman
commented on his player's de-
sire for the record: "When you
haven't lost a game in 84 years,
you tend to forget about winning'
and start thinking about in-
dividual goals. But the Libels
are a very professional bunch
of guys. They'll be fired up on
Saturday."

Jilek's position, short-side de-
fensive end, entails responsibili-
ties unique to the Michigan de-
fensive scheme.
"Our short-side end has to be
a tremendous athlete," said Mc-
Cartney. "We play a 'contain'
defense which forces the short-
side end to be part linebacker
as well as part defensive line-
man. Depending upon the de-
fense we call he may be asked
to rush the passer, cover a po-
tential pass receiver, contain
the option or stack the middle:"
Jilek, a three sport star in
high school (baseball, football
and basketball), was originally
recruited as a linebacker. He
also played defensive back his
freshman year before moving to
the line. In addition, he has

ball walk-on. I wouldn't say pro played "rush end," where the don't have to rup over you'
football is my overriding goal." sole responsibility on pass plays opponeut to play defense, yo

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is to rush the quarterback.
"The (Michigan) coaches'
theory of defense differs fromj
more pro-type schools like
Notre Dame," Jilek said.
"There they chose the start-!
ers by positional specifica-
tions; here we try to put our'
eleven best defensive players
on the field.
"I'd be a linebacker or maybe
even a cornerback there. But
I think our strategy is better.
After all, we're always among
the top five teams in the nation
against the score. You can't
beat success."'
How do smaller Michigan
players compete with their
larger opponents?
"We beat them with quick-
ness," Jilek answers. "You 1

-an rvin around him too. The
guys I have to tackle are small-
er than I am. All I have to do
is get to them."
Like the rest of the Wolver-
ines, Jilek is optimistic about
Michigan's chances for the Big
Ten title.
"The Big Ten is a lot
tougher this year," he said.
"But I think we have the
talent to win it all. Plus we
have the motivation. We
should have been in Pasadena
on New Year's Day."
Dan Jilek has something to
prove. When number eighty-one
tackles a Spartan back tomor-
row and watches Michigan's
backs turning the corner on the
Spartans' ends, revenge will be
especially sweet.

My high school coach
to keep the letter they

told me,
sent me

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Daily Photo by KEN FINK
WOLVERINE, DEFENSIVE END Dan Jilek pounces on Colorado fullback Terry Kunz. Jilek,
rejected by Michigan State because the fiesty farmers thought he wasn't good enough to
play for them, should make the Spartan re wruiting department think again tomorrow.
It's a good bet he'll spend most of the day in the MSU backfield.

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