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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, November 8, 1973

Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 8, 1973

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By FRED UPTON
Michigan has been ranked
number four the past several
weeks and this week was no ex-
ception. But it wasn't because of
the offensive statistics.
Of the top five teams in the
rankings, Michigan was the only
team not listed in the top ten in
total offensive categories. For
that matter, Michigan was the
only team of the five that wasn't
in the top ten in rushing offense,
Michigan's forte. It doesn't need
to be mentioned that the Wol-
verines were not among the lead-
ers in the passing department.
Alabama, the number two team
in total and rushing offense,
averages 515 yards per game
and 400.3 yards respectively. Ok-
lahoma, the number three teem
in both categories, averages 515
yards in total offense and 399.3
yards rushing per game..
Certainly not ineffective, Mich-
igan's total offense balances out
to 362.5 yards per game while
its rushing attack averages 299.9
yards.
In the Big Ten, Michigan ob-
viously can't miss being rated in
the top ten in total and rushing
offense.' In fact, Michigan is in
the top two, behind almighty
Ohio State.
With such rushing stars as HB
Archie Griffin, fifth best rusher
in the nation and the best in the

vs top
Big Ten, QB Cornelius Greene,
fifth best rusher in the Big Ten
and ninth in total offense and
FB Bruce Elia, 16th in Confer-
ence rushing, one can see why
Ohio State commands the Big
Ten rushing and total offense
categories.
Naturally Michigan has its
stars shining too. In the Big Ten,
Chuck Heater owns the largest
rushing average of the top 20
runners with 7.0 yards per carry.
Franklin ranks fifth in total of-
fense credited with 517 yards for
a 103.4 game average. Chapman
ranks 13th with a 71.3 yards per
game and Shuttlesworth is 15th
with 66.6 yards.
With Ohio State's routs over
Minnesota (56-7) and Northwest-
ern (60-0), one can expect them
to lead in scoring in the Big Ten.
They do and possess two of the
top five scoring leaders, includ-
ing the top, Cornelius Greene,
who scored eight touchdowns.
Besides Greene, OSU has Blair
Conway who has kicked 33
points.
Second on the list is a tie be-
tween Michigan's own Mike Lan-
try and Purdue's Mike Northing-
ton with 36 points. Last week
Noorthington tied Ron Johnson's
record of five touchdowns in one
game. Ed Shuttlesworth is sixth
on the list with 30 points.
When Bo said. "The road gets
a lot tougher from now until the
end," he meant it. Besides fac-
ing the number one offensive
team in the conference, Michi-
gan also faces the number three
and five teams in its remaining'
three games, Purdue and Illi-
nois.
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But Michigan should be able to
take care of their opponent's of-
fensive weaponry. Why? It's no
secret that Michigan is ranked
where they are due to their de-
fense.
The Michigan defense has giv-
en the key to the offense, field
position. Time after time the
opponent gives up the pigskin
one way or ,another. In Michi-
gan's unblemished record, the
defense has intercepted the ball
ten times, recovered 20 fumbles
and broken up 27 passes.
Michigan ranks second nation-
ally in defense against the score
allowing a measly 5.4 points a
gime. Ohio State is first, giving
up 2.9 points each game. Notre
Dame is right behind with 5.9
points given to their opponents.
Against the run Michigan is the
number three team in the nation
(behind Penn State and Notre
Dame) and naturally top in the
Big Ten allowing only 90.8 yards
on the ground each Big Ten
game and 75.8 yards overall.
Ohio State ranks second in the
conference with 115.4 yards given
up and Illinois fourth with 188.
But passing is another thing
with Bo. Offensively, Bo's pass-
ing is rated eighth in the con-
ference with a miniscule 62
yard average. Against the pass,
the defense is rated eighth again,
allowing 110 yards each game
and the opposing quarterbacks
to complete 53 per cent of their
passes.
Yet Woody shouldn't give Bo
problems with his passing as
Ohio State ranks tenth in pass-
ing offense with 51.4 yards per
game. Its quarterback Cornelius
Greene is listed 11th of all Big
Ten passers with a 26 per cent
completion average.
If Bo continues the Michigan
streak of not losing at Michigan
Stadium (currently 27 games)
and continues to keep-the defense
turning the ball over to the of-
fense to score, Michigan will
climb to the number one spot
soon.

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