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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 19, 1973

'~Pcge Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, October 19, 1973

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By MIKE LISULL
It's a cold bulstery autumn aft-
ernoon. Out on the football prac-
tice field six men remain after var-
sity practice silently moving up
and down the deserted tartan turf,
playing their own game of three
on three..
To these men football is morel
than just a game, rather it's aI
way of life. Two of the six are
coaches the other four are per-
haps the most underpaid people
connected with Michigan football.
These four men are the graduate

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assistants, and their pay comes
out to a few pennies an hoir.
For this me,1ger sum of mon-
ey these men do everything that
is expected of a coach and some-
times more. This year Michigan
has four graduate assistants:
Bob Sutton from Eastern Michi-
gan who is the only returner
from last year; Dana Coin, a
name familiar to all Wolverine
fans is in his first year as assist-
ant to his former coach; Al Ma-
gis, who played for Bo at Miami
of Ohio is also in his first year.

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hpr?; and Jed H-ighes, who
pl yed -t Gettysburg and has
worked at Stanford as a G. A.
1-st year.
These fo"r men recruit, coach,
so1t, cut films, attend meetings
and generally, as Magis described
it, "We do all the dirty work."
However their basic job is to pre-
pare the "scouting team" that
works against the varsity all week.
This scouting team is comprised
of the varsity, reserve team run-
ning on offense and a defense that
the varsity will probably see in the
game on Saturday. In addition to
this, they also try to prepare the
varsity-reserve for their three
games a year.
Working with the V-R is where
they get the most satisfaction, as
Hughes remarked, "Working with
players is what coaching is all
about, unfortunately we don't al-
ways get to work one on one
with the players".
Another disappointment voiced
'by the G.A.'s were game days. "A
lot of the game is preparation and
with all the running around we
have to do on Saturday mornings
we usually don't get to the stadium
until right before kick-off," Coin
related.
But despite the seemingly end-
less. hassles, these men really
enjoy what they're doing. They
all agreed on the fact that the
coaches are really great.
Coaching is a goal shared by all
of the G.A.'s. Hughes and Sutton
have coached for high schools,
Sutton doing duty at Ann Arbor
St. Thomas, but to them college
is the place to be, as all 'voiced
their desire for a head college job,
ultimately in the Big Ten.
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