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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 13, 181-Page 11

No.

1 gridders turn Blue

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to the Michigan 41. From there the
offense stalled, though, and defensive
back-safety David. Greenwood lofted a
39-yard punt to the two-yard line.
As the third quarter ended, the
Michigan offense was unable to move,
and Don Bracken came on to punt. He
shanked the ball, though, and it boun-
ced back at him 15 yards before Jerry
Burgei finally downed it to on the 27.
Davis, who finished with 71 yards and
Wisconsin player-of-the-game honors,
aught a fifteen-yarder and ran for 14
pore to move the ball to the six-yard
line, but Mark Doran's field goal at-
tempt missed to the right to give
Michigan new life.
On its next series of downs, however,
Michigan punted after three plays, and
two-and-half minutes later, Smith
Threw another interception to Vanden-
Boom at the Wisconsin 44.
THE WOLVERINES got the ball
Sack at their six-yard liine with 5:59
remaining. After Woolfolk and Stanley
Edwards moved the ball out to the 21,
Sm~ith overthrew receiver Fred
Brockinton and Vince Bean, forcing his
team to punt again.
Wisconsin took possession with 3:58
Badgered

remaining on the clock and the football
at its own 25, and proceeded to advance
to the Michigan 28 on the strength of
wide rushes by Cole through huge holes
on the left side of the Wolverine defense
for 15 and eight yards. :More importan-
tly, though, Michigan had only 27
seconds to put the ball in the end zone
when it took over on downs. After Smith
hit Brockington on the numbers at the
49-yard line, he tossed two passes out of
bounds and his third was intercepted
by (who else?) Vanden Boom to end the
game.
"It's the greatest thing that's ever
happened to me," winning coach Dave
McClain said. "I've'been on some great
teams, but I've never had as much fun
as coaching a team that beats
Michigan.
"IT IS A great, great feeling to start
your season by beatingthe number one
team in the nation," he continued. "It is
something the Wisconsin football
program needs."
The Badgers finished 1980 with a 4-7
(3-5 in Big Ten conference play).
Schembechler summed up his
squad's defeat quite- welt. "Obviously
Wisconsin is a better team than
everyone thought, and obviously we
aren't as good as everyone thought.
This isn't 1980.
"OUR PROBLEMS were simple: our
offense wasn't any good, our defense
wasn't any good, and our kicking game
wasn't any good, and our coaching was
poor," Bo said. "When you put together
these four things going against you, it's
a miracle we were only beaten by seven
points.
"Wisconsin gave us a lot of chances,
and we couldn't capitalize on them. It
disturbs me the way people won't listen
to me when I kept saying that Wiscon-
sin has a fine team. Wisconsin deserved
to win."
After a scoreless first period (in

which Wolverine kicker Ali Haji-Sheikh
missed a 41-yard field goal attempt),
Michigan was able to take advantage of
one of its opportunities.
Freshman Dave Keeling fumbled a
Bracken punt at Wisconsin's 33, where
it was recovered by Keith Bostic. Smith
connected with Carter for 11 yards,
Woolfolk rushed for ten yards in two
plays, tailback Lawrence Ricks went

46 during the final two minutes to take a
14-7 lead at intermission. Davis scored
from two yards out to finish the nine-
play drive.
Schembechler was unusually
philosophical about the loss. "I was
really surprised when Michigan was
voted number one; after all, we have
four sophomores starting on offense,
and as you know, our quarterback is a
sophomore. It will be interesting to see
how we react; after all, we are now 0-
1."
Bo may take solace in the fact that his
team still controls its own destiny;
should Michigan win the rest of, its
games, it will be Rose Bowl-bound for
the second straight year.

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Pleat downs
hshing (att/yds)
Passing (comp/att/int)
,1assing yds
Fumbles (no/lost)
Punts (no/avg)
SCORING
MICHIGAN
WISONSIN

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SCORING PLAYS
MICH- Smith 4 run. (Haji-Sheikh kick)
WISC- Neal 17 pass from Cole. (Doran kick)
WISC-Davis run. (Doran kick)
'MICH- Woolfolk 89 run. (HajI-Sheikh kick)
'ViSC-- Williams 71 pass from Cole. (Dorgan kick)
a- 'q'.RUSHING
MICHIGAN
ATT. YDS. AV(
Woolfolk 14 119 8.8
Smith 11 30 2.
Edwards 6 26 4.
Ricks 2 10 5.0
Carter 2 5 2.5
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ATT. YDS. AV(
Mohapp 19 87 3.1
Davis 15 69 4.'
Cole 11 41 3.
Williams 8 29 3.(
McFadden 2 13 6.
Neal 4 12 3.
1_ Gen2 6 3.(

for eight yards and Smith easily high-
stepped the final four markers for a 7-0
Michigan advantage.
THREE SERIES later, the
Wolverines wielded their first touch-
down in approximately 24 quarters of
play when a 17-yard Cole pass to wide
receiver Marvin Neal capped a 71-yard
drive and tied the game.
Wisconsin got the ball back before the
end of the half and moved from its own

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