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Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 20, 197. Saturday, September 20, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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attack.
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come the leader Stoll feels he
can be. And if Dungy gets hurt
SMarc Trestman or Steve Olsen
can step in easily.
The Minnesota mentor can't
wait to unleash his stable of
promising backs upon the Big
Ten. Tailbacks J. Dexter Pride
(6-5, 220-pounds) and Bubby
1-Holmes (5-11, 170-pounds), and
fullback John Mathews (6-2, 210-
pounds), are, in the eyes of
Stoll, "as good as anybody in
the conference."
"I THINK we're going to be
a better offensive line than we
were a year ago," says Stoll
confidently, although he wasn't
sure before last spring. Tackles
Jeff Morrow and Art Meadow-
croft and guards Greg Shoff and
Brien Harvey are all solid.
Again depth is shaky and the
center might not be known un-
til the first game.
Along the defensive line the
only thing Stoll has had to smile
about is 3-year starter Keith
Simons, a bona-fide All-Amer-
ican candidate at tackle. "He's
lined up against the best and
performed adequately against
all of them," lauds Stoll.
Except for right end Jeff
Smith, the rest of the line and
the linebackers are inexper-
ienced.
THE SECONDARY has been
building for the past two years
and is set at safety with All-
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equally good George Adzick. At
the corners are lettermen Bob
Weber and Tommie Ash and
there is even depth in Dennis
Cummings and Orville Gilmore.
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By MICHAEL WILSON
"The only thing, we can't
have now," commented a sullen
John Jardine, "is an undefeat-
ed season."
Such were the words of the
Wisconsin Badger coach after
suffering perhaps the most dis-
appointing defeat in his coach-
ing career last Saturday, losing
to Michigan by the score of
23 to 6.
WHAT went wrong for the
Badger attack is easy to see.
All-American candidate Billy
Marek gained a mere 58 yards
all day against the Wolverine
defense. With an inexperienced
quarterback guiding Wisconsin
this year, the weight of scoring
points rests largely on whether
Marek can perform consistent-
ly well all season long.
Not that Marek isn't equal to
such a challenge. The speedy
tailback led the nation in scor-
ing in 1974, led the Big Ten
conference in rushing yardage
in 1974 and earned all-Big Ten
honors in 1973 and 1974.
Marek will receive all the
help he should need because of
an experienced offensive line,
led by three-time letter winner
and All-American candidate
Dennis Lick at right tackle.
Next to Lick in the guard posi-
tion is two-time letter winner
and offensive co-captain Terry
Stieve.
A L T H O U G H both
players sat out spring practice
because of knee problems, Bad-
ger offensive line coach Chuck
McBride expresses little doubt
in their ability to be ready for
the fall. season.
The only non-letterman slated
to start for Wisconsin in left
offensive guard Steve Lick,
brother of Dennis.
Another plus for Marek could
be in his running mates at the
fullback position, junior Larry
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Canada and senior Ken Starch.
'Both are experienced, each
having won two varsity letters
apiece.
S O M E questions remain.
to be answered concerning the
Wisconsin receiving corps. With
the graduation of tight end
Jack Novak, Jardine must look
long and hard to find a replace-
ment. The leading candidate is
Ron Egloff, a 6-5 230-pounder
junior. Jeff Walsh, a sopho-
more, stands to see much action
at the position also.
Jardine appears satisfied in
the ability of wide receivers
Ron Pollard and Ray Bailey to
run routs and catch passes, in
spite of Bailey's little experi-
ence at split end.
But no offense is complete
unless someone can hand the
ball off to Marek or throw it to
Pollard and Bailey. After last
weekend's game, it appears
Jardine must still keep looking.
S E N I O R Dan Kopina
proved less than satisfactory,
as he failed to lead the Badger
offense to more than 136 total
yards. Jardine however refus-
ed to blame Kopina for Wiscon-
sin's offensive troubles.
Defensively, Wisconsin ap-
pears strong, with excellent vet-
erans and newcomers. On the
line, the Badgers remain strong
at the tackles in John Rasmus-
sen, a 280-pound junior, and

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Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
WISCONSIN'S Dennis Stejskal foils a Ricky Leach pass in-
tended for wingback Jim Smith in Michigan's 23-6 victory over
the Badgers. "Marek's Marauders", the Badger's well-publi-
cized offensive line, and tailback Bill Marek were stopped cold
by Michigan's defense and must regroup to stay in the Big
Ten race.

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