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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, November 29, 1972

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, November 29, 1972

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By MARK RONAN In East Lansing, there was a warnings flowing from Ann Ar- up the Associated Press defensive
A sage is reputed to once have change of great importance. After bor, were far better than their players of the week award.
observed, "The more things 19 years as the head coach of the 6-5 record might indicate. More For the offensive Ohio Staters
change, the more they remain the- Michigan State Spartans, Duffy than once they came to grief (and there are many) Archie Grif-
same." How true and anyone who Daugherty decided coaching was while attempting to master the fin shattered a long established
followed the course of Big Ten no longer fun. Duffy also felt that wishbone. This formation per- school record this year by gaining
football this past season quite pos- his players lacked the sense of mitted only limited throwing op- 239 yards in one game. Champ
sibly shared the wise man's senti-- enjoyment which should attend the portunities for quarterback Gary Henson scored an amazing number
ments. Certainly the conference game. Danielson, one of the league's of touchdowns from two yards out
knew change this year, but tra. M i x e d emotions accompanied better passers.
ditional patterns, for the most part, Duffy's departure. State forged its Despite the debilitating loss to or ss.
predominated national reputation largely on the MSU, they demonstrated thle poten- mmbrsthaon onelagae
Granted eligibility by an NCAA football field, and Duffy had given tial, and though Danielson never dsobeds, a engthyecise
ruigtopricpt n astypathe Spartans more than 100 vic- became a prolific passer, the run- in utiity
numerous freshmen found places tories. But, in recent years, his ning of Darryl Stingley and Otis Alx A
on the league teams. They even teams endured humbling, mediocre Armstrong, the premier back of Alex Agase s Wildcats of North-
ontheeagu teamnsTtueyevgn-records. the Big Ten, nearly carried them to western claimed sole possession
managed to constitute a signifi- of the league's bargain basement!
cant portion of the Iowa Hawkeyes. ...................................................withtone winband eight losses. Al-
Several fesmnsuch as Archie :....:::: ..mosteveryody'sfavorte.op
Griffin of Ohio State, Quinn Buck- ponent, Northwestern saw their
Greg Boykin found fame if not For a majority of league members, the sea- ( optimistic expectations of marked
fortune in the varsity ranks improvement quickly and thor-
fortne i th varityrank._ ___ 1-4-.,oughlu fade des ite the efforts of

vice of eventual all-Big Ten quar-
terback Mike Wells due to a hand
injury prior to the season-opener
and, like last year, lost in the first
half of the year, and won in the
second, finishing at a bottom-heavy
2-6 in the conference.
The Roadrunner, Rufus Fergu-
son, was severely hampered by an
injury, and Wisconsin with -its
porous defense demonstrated it
could not readily survive such a
blow.
Like their sister sufferers in
the lower regions of the league,
Indiana felt the depridations of
serious injuries. Senior quarter-
back Ted McNulty, who at one
point led the league in passing,
was hurt during a run-in with the
Buckeyes, and the Hoosiers stum-
bled through the remainder of

Once again, all the hopes an
joys of a conference title rode o
the confrontation between th
Michigan Wolverines and th
Buckeyes of Ohio State. With th
Bucks' 14-11 victory (the fifth
straight time the home team ha
come away victorious in thei
series) the race ended in a tie
both teams at 7-1. Ohio State, by
virtue of Saturday's decision, get
the "privilege" of playing USC
in the Rose Bowl.

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s At the season's beginning, bright'
r expectations blossomed in East
, Lansing. Many experienced playerse
y returned, and the Spartans seemedE
s a strong contender for the title. I
C The first game bore witness to
the soundness of the hopes of1
MSU partisans. State convincing-1
ly crushed the touted Illini 24-0.
Then, the horizon darkened. MSU
lost in an upset to Georgia Tech
as the fumbles, interceptions and
faulty execution which were to
plague the Spartans, first ap-
peared in abundance.
A brutal schedule forced State to'I
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Pasadena.
Needless to say, Ohio State turn-
ed a so-so season into their most
satisfying since 1968 (OSU 50,
Michigan 14) last Saturday on the
strength of two goal line stands.
For their efforts, Buckeye line-
backers Randy Gradishar, Rick
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U*- 'y-* pC 1 "L is L their 3-5 Big Ten season.
fullback Greg Boykin and quar-
terback Mitch Anderson, the Iowa (2-8-1) succeeded i slight-
league's most productive passer. ly improving their horrendous rec-
Minnesota might blame the ma- ord of the previous year and in so
levolent fates for scheduling Big doing seasoned a crop of young
Eight behemoths Colorado and Ne- players.
braska, and Kansas, a Big Eight All in all, the season, with sev-
shadow, on successive weekends.|eral exceptions, may have seemed
Minnesota lost all three games onClike a prolonged attack of deja-vu.
their way to a 4-7 overall record. In the future, to keep the Big Ten
Even with the assistance of full- trophy from a see-saw between
back John King the Gophers never Ann Arbor and Columbus, they will
saw fulfillment of what little prom- probably have to schedule their
ise they possessed. annual Armagedon on a neutral
Illinois temporarily lost the ser- ifield.

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and the Wolverines in succession ,.
and though USC obliterated the By BRIAN DEMING
Spartans, 51-6, the Green and White By BRIAN G
defense made ball games of the Like the bright-eyed girl who
other two contests. was so thrilled by a New Year's
party invitation that she forgot her
A new quarterback, Mark Neisen, Thanksgiving date: Vaguely, that's
a talented runner who threw only how it seemed last weekend as
slightly more completions than in- five bowl-bound teams could not
terceptions, replaced senior George win their respective contests over
Mihaiu. Wisconsin fell easily, but the long Thanksgiving weekend.
then in the most depressing of Louisiana State, headed for the
Saturdays for the Spartans, their Astro - Bluebonnet Bowl, could
myriad mistakes returned to haunt only manage to tie Florida 3-3. The
them as they blundered to a 6-6 Tigers missed seven of eight field
tie with hapless Iowa. goal attempts while star quarter-
Duffy announced his imminent back Bert Jones was held to 82
resignation the following week, and yards passing.
football became fun once more for Florida gained the tie with a
the Irishman and his Spartans. A field goal by freshman John Wil-
very capable defense and an of- liams from the 35-yard line with
fensive backfield which eventually only 2:08 left in the game.
congealed about Neisen, David E. "ag
Brown and Tim Holt pushed the "I agree that most ties are like
Brow an Ti Hol puhedthekissing your sister," said Ken
Spartans to upend Purdue 22-12 Hatfield, a Florida assistant
and ruin the digestion of good coach, "but this tie was more
Ohioans everywhere in defeating like kissing your neighbor's sis-
OSU 19-12. With the exception of a' ter."
loss to the old MSU nemesis Min- As if in a jealous rage after be-
nesota, the Spartans gave Duffy ing neglected an invitation, Okla-
a fitting sendoff. homa State trounced Liberty Bowl
The Purdue Boilermakers, per- bound Iowa State 45-14.
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rado, Missouri and Iowa State," Bryant was referring to the 1966
said quarterback Brent Blackman. Notre Dame - Michigan State
"Our goal is to beat a fourth when State game in which the Irish
we play Oklahoma next week." elected to run out the clock to
Giant - killer Missouri, after be- preserve a 10-10 tie. Notre Dame
ing invited to the Fiesta Bowl, was was national champion that year
upset by Kansas 28-17. Jayhawk and Michigan State was No. 2.
quarterback David Jaynes passed Oklahoma State was not the
for 259 yards and two touchdowns only team in the country insulted
in what Coach Don Fambrough by being "stood-up" without a
called "the Mud Bowl". bowl invitation. Southern Metho-
Sun Bowl participant Texas Tech dist felt much the same way and
was upset by Arkansas 24-14. The expressed its outrage with a 12-
Razorbacks cashed in on fumbles 7 victory over Baylor.
and a pass interference call for Coach Haydeni Fry pointed out
touchdowns. that if the Mustangs beat Texas
On Thanksgiving Day Okla- Christian in their wind-up, "Our
homa trimmed Orange Bowl- record will be better than some
bound Nebraska 17-14. The out- teams playing in bowl games.
come of that game silenced a "I'm going to recommend that
number of Alabama critics dis- NCAA move back the date on
appointed over their decision to which bowl selections can be
meet Texas in the Cotton Bowl made . .. at least until late No-
and avoid playing the Cornhusk- vember."
ers. Texas, incidentally, clob- Some bowl teams succeeded in
bered Texas A & M 38-3. winning, however. Penn State
In response to criticism, par- trounced Pitt 49-27 as quarterback
ticularly by Notre Dame mentor John Hufnagel passed for 260
Ara Parseghian, Alabama Coach yards and three touchdowns. The
'Bear' Bryant stated, "Texas, I Nittany Lions will face Oklahoma
think, has one of the top five or in the Sugar Bowl.
six teams in the country and they Meanwhile, Arizona State won
could be in the top three of four its fourth straight Western Ath-
when we play them. letic Conference championship by
"If it should happen that we beating Arizona 38-21. The Sun
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