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Page 6-Saturday, September 19, 1991-The Michigan-Daily

The Michigan Daily-Saturday, Sep

Wool olk, Ediwards lead rut

(Continued from Page 2)
With Carter getting a great deal of at-
tention from opposing defenses, the
other receiving spots will be very im-
portant this year. "A guy like Carter
can have a tremendous impact n a
defense, because you cannot ignore
him," said Schembechle. ,
Handling the tight end spot for the
second straight year is Norm Betts, a
senior with junior eligibility. Betts was
the second leading receiver on the team
last season behind Carter with 17 cat-
ches for 161 yards. Wtih-a 3.87 grade
point average, Betts was named to the

Big Ten All-Academic team in 1979 and
1980, and the second team All-American
Academic squad last year.
With the loss of Mitchell at split end,
three players are fighting for the star-
ting nod. Junior Kenney Gear had the in-
side track, but he will be lost for the
season after injuring his kidney while
completing a pass pattern. Senior Fred
Brockington, a transfer from the UCLA
and sophomore Vince Bean saw limited
action last season, but Bean looks like
the starter this season. The 6-1, 185-
pounder from Southfield has 4.49 speed

in the forty, and also competes as a
long jumper for the Wolverine
tracksters.
The pride and joy of this year's offen-
sive squad will be an offensive line that
is the envy of many pro teams. Senior
Bubba Paris, at 6-6 and 270 pounds, and
Ed Muransky, a senior with junior
eligibility, at 6-7 and 275 pounds, form a
tackle duo that is undoubtedly the best
in the country. Both were named to
various pre-season All-American
teams.
Starting at right guard is Kurt Becker,
who is possibly the best guard in the
country, according to Schembechler.
Becker, at 6-6 and 260 pounds, has star-
ted 24 consecutive games coming into
the 1981 season.
FILLING THE large shoes of the
departed Lilja at center will be either
sophomore Tom Dixon, or junior Jeff

Felten. D
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Michigan in the B

ROSE BOWL (5-5)
1902-Michigan 49
Stanford 0
1948-Michigan 49
Southern Cal 0
1951-Michigan 14
California 6
1965-Michigan 34
Oregon State 7
1970-Michigan 3
Southern Cal 10
1972-Michigan 12
Stanford 13

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WOLVERINE SENIOR tailback ButchWoolfolk (24) weaves down the field
for another big gain. Woolfolk, the 1981 Rose Bowl's Most Valuable Player,
needs 916 yards to pass Rob Lytle on the Michigan all-time rushing list.

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