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Page 16-Friday, September 9, 1977-The Michigan Daily
University of Michigan
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Illinois previewed
By PAUL CAMPBELL
"I like to throw the ball." So says the new Illinois football coach, Gary
Moeller.
Wait a second. Isn't this the same man who played for Woody Hayes'and
coached for Bo Schembechler? Didn't he learn anything from those two
demigogues of the ground game? is he a closet aerial freak?
BEFORE YOU START WONDERING, read the rest of the quote: ".. . if
you can throw the ball. However, I don't think that you're going to find a suc-
cessful team that throws the ball all the time because that's not the way you win
football games. The key to winning in the Big Ten is tough defense."
But if, as Moeller says, defense is the key to winning, he has his work cut out
for him. The coach whose Michigan units yielded the fewest points in the nation
in 1974 and 1976 inherits a squad with only five returning lettermen from a team
that surrendered an average of 23 points to its conference foes.
MOE LLER HAS INSTALLED a 5-2 system at Illinois and hopes to build his
line around two veteran linemen named Jim Kogut and Bruce Thornton.
Moeller displayed his preference for quickness and agility when he tabbed
senior Brian Kingsbury (5-11, 204 as his starting middle guard.
The man Moeller and defensive coordinator Bob Sutton (a 26-year-old Yp-
silanti native who worked under Moeller at Michigan as a graduate assistant
are asking the most of is linebacker John Sullivan.
Sullivan, a senior from Long Island, had 141 tackles in 1975 but missed nine
games last year with torn knee ligaments. He returns as the captain this season
and is countedyon to fill the void left by the departure of all Big-Tenner Scott
Studwell.
THE MOST EXPERIENCED GROUP is the secondary, where three of the
four starters have game experience. Safety Dale Hardy and rover Rickie Mit-
chem tied for third last year with 72 tackles each. Senior David Blakely from
Detroit Northwestern and 4.5-forty man Derwin Tucker will man the corners.
Six lettermen are back on offense, including an experienced returnee at
each of the skill positions. Quarterback Kurt Steger threw for 1,243 yards and 10
TDs last year and needs only 359 yards to cop number one on the school's all-
time. list.
STEGER ISN'T A RUNNEL, however. When yards are needed on the
ground Steger's main man will be tailback James Coleman. He was the team's
top rusher last year with 687 yards. He will be joined by junior fullback Charlie
Weber, who won the job with an 83-yard performance in the spring game.
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