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Page 2-Saturday, September 17, 1977-The Michigan Daily
Michigan schedule
September 10... ....... at Illinois -
September 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . DUKE
September 24 ..............NAVY
October 1. . . . . . . . . . . . TEXAS A&M
October 8. . . . . . at Michigan State .
October 15...........WISCONSIN
October 22..........at Minnesota
iOctober .29. ......I OWA
November 5...... NORTHWESTERN -
November 12........... at Purdue
November 19.........OHIO STATE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
MWichigan offense...... ....... ....... .................p. 3
Big Ten schedule......... ...........................p. 5
M ichigan defense................................... ..... p. 6
Michigan opponents. .. . . . . . ...... .......... . . . . . . . . p. 8
Ohio State rivalry............................ p. 14
Michigan assistants............... . ........... .. .. p. 15
'76 'M' Results

CREDITS
Supplement editor: Kathy
Henneghan
Writers: Kathy Henneghan,
Gary Kicinski, Scott Lewis, Don
MacLachlan, John Niemeyer,
Ken Parsigian.
Photo technician: Brad Ben-
,amin

Michigan 40, Wisconsin 27
Michigan 51, Stanford 0
Michigan 70, Navy 14
Michigan 31, Wake Forest 0
Michigan 42, Michigan State 10
Michigan 38, Northwestern 7
Michigan 35, Indiana 0
Michigan 45, Minnesota 0
Michigan 14, Purdue 16
Michigan 38, Illinois 7
Michigan 22, Ohio State 0
Michigan 6, Southern Cal 14
'76 Big Ten
Final Standings

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MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Minnesota
Illinois
Indiana
Purdue
Iowa
Wisconsin
Michigan St.
Northwestern

Conf.
7 1 0
7 1 0
4 4 0
4 4 0
4 4 0
4 4 0
3 5 0
3 5 0
3 5 0
1 7 0

All
10 2
9 2
6 5
5 6
5 6
5 6
5 6
5 6
4 6
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LEACH
R. DAVIS
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LEACH
S. JOHNSON
J. Smith
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G. JOHNSON
Wood
J. ANDERSON
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Morton
Hennessy
METER
Vogele
PICKENS
J. Smith
PICKENS
Zuver
O'Neal
J. ANDERSON
J. PICKENS
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RUSHING
Alt
221
155
114
105
25
16
PASSING
Att Comp
105 50
3 2
RECEIVING
No
26
9
9
FIELD GOALS
Att
10
PUNTING
No
30
3
TACKLES
Solo
95
77
58
49
49
44
PUNT RETURNS
No
25
4
INTERCEPTIONS
No
6

Netyds
1469
912
638
596
157
107
Int
8
0
Yds
714
81
78
Made
7

Avg
6.6
5.9
6.0
5.7
6.3
6.7
Yds
973
30
Avg
27.5
9.0
8.7
Yds
275

Meet.
By GARY KICINSKI
Quick! Name Michigan's "offensive
interior line" coach.
Stumped? Okay, try naming the
defensive ends coach, or the offensive
backfield coach.
Not easy, is it? Everybody know Bo,
Michigan's Man in Motion, but his
assistant coaches live in relative ob-
scurity. They're the guys you always
see on the field before games, pointing
left or right and giving directions, but
they all wear the same blue vinyl
jackets and look pretty much alike.
However, each of them has' a dif-
ferent function and each has a-lot to do
with the overall success of the team.
Michigan has eight assistant coaches.
" Bill McCartney, the defensive
coordinator, is the name most easily
recognized by Detroit area fans. Mc-
Cartney's football teams 'won three
Detroit CatholicaLeague Champion-
ships and two state titles in four years
at Dearborn Divine Child. He compiled
a 30-5 won-loss record during that span,
and also coached the Class B champion
basketball squad in 1973.'
McCartney earned 11 letters at
Riverview High School where he cap-
tained the football and basketball
squads and played baseball. He then
lettered for three seasons at Missouri
while on a football scholarship, and was
once named second team All Big Eight.
McCartney, 35, was defensive end
coach for three years before succeeding
Gary Moeller as defensive coordinator
this year.
e Replacing McCartney as defensive
end coach is Dennis Brown, who quar-
terbacked the Wolverines during 1967
and 1968. In '68 he led the Big Ten in
total offense and was named All Big
Ten, leading Michigan to an 8-2 second
place finish.
Brown spent 1970 as a graduate
assistant to Schembechler before going
to Dartmouth as freshman coach for a
year. He then returned to Michigan to
work with the backfield and to serve as
varsity-reserve coach.
" Jack Harbaugh, the defensive
backs coach, is called by McCartney
"the premier secondary coach in the
country." Harbaugh is a native of
Crestline, Ohio where he was an All-
State football and baseball player. He
went on to Bowling Green, where he
once again played both football and
baseball and was drafted by the Buffalo
Bills.
Harbaugh's previous coaching ex-
perience includes one year at Morehead
State, three seasons at Bowling Green
and two at Iowa as defensive backs
coach. He joined the Wolverine staff in
1973.
" The defensive line coach is Tom
Reed, a former assistant coach at
Arizona, and an offensive back under
two of Bo Schembechler's champion-
ship football teams at Miami of Ohio.
Reed earned three letters at Miami
as an offensive back. He spent four
years as defensive line coach at the
University of Akron and then coached
the defensive secondary on Arizona's
1973 co-championship team.
" Jerry Hanlon is the veteran of the
offensive coaching staff. He has been in
charge of Michigan's offensive line sin-
ce 1969. A native of North Bend, Ohio,
Hanlon coached several high school
teams before joining the staff at the
University of D, }- in 1965. The
following yea .. ' Selmbechler
at Miami and ha - th nim ever
since.

MIichigo
" Paul Schudel, another Schem-
bechler protege from Miami, is the of-
fensive interior line coach, entering his
third season with the Maize and Blue.
Schudel played three years as offen-
sive tackle for Schembechler at Miami
and was tri-captain his senior year and
earned Academic All-American honors.
He then spent two years as a
graduate asssistant theresbefore
moving to New Hampshire as offensive
line coach. After two seasons there he
coached in the same capacity at
\Colorado State for two more years, and
then spent another two years as offen-
sive coordinator at William and Mary.
Schudel came to Michigan in 1975.
" Tirrel Burton joined the Wolverine
staff in 1970 to be reunited with one of
his former Miami of Ohio teammates,
Jerry Hanlon, and is Michigan's coach
of offensive ends.
Burton twice was named All-Mid
Aierican Conference andin his senior
year averaged 8.8 yards per carry. Af-
ter graduating from Miami in 1956 Bur-
ton played a season for the Ottawa
Rough Riders and then coached at
several schools in the Cincinnati area
for a decade. Burton then coached a
year at Central State of Ohio and back
at Miami before coming to Michigan.
" Offensive backfield 'oach Don
Nehlen is in his first season at
Michigan, replacing Chuck Stobart,
now head coach at Toledo.
Nehlen coached Bowling Green to a
55-35-4 record over the past nine
seasons.
Nehlen quarterbacked Bowling
Green to a three-year 21-2-4 record, in-
cluding the 1956 Mid-American Con-
ference title. He coached at two Canton
high schools and was an assistant at
Cincinnati before joining the Bowling
Green staff as defensive coordinator in
1965.
Nehlen was appointed head coach at
Bowling Green in 1968. He resigned in
1976 following a 6-5 season.
* Also joining Schdnbechler are four
graduate assistants, all former Mich-

igan players. They are:
" Bob Thornbladh, a native of
Plymouth who backed up Ed Shut-
tlesworth at fullback and graduated in
1973. ,
" Barry Pierson, a former safety who
returned a punt for a touchdown again-
st Ohio State in 1969, the game
MIichigan won 24-12 in Schembechler's
first season as head coach.

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Yds Avg
1244 41.5
108 36.0

Asst
58
54
27
29
28
28
28

Tot
153
131
85
78
77
72

Yds Avg
313 12.5
18 4.5

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SCORES BY QUARTERS
1 2 3
MICHIGAN 96 141 122
Opponents 31 33 7

'ds
288
26
17
19
5

Avg
19.2
26.0
17.0
19.0
5.0
Tot
432
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