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SPORTS
Page 11 Tuesday, October 13, 1981 The Michigan Daily

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Iowa next; Badgers

sitting pretty

5/CYCLEJIM'S
HAPPY HOUR
LOW MUG and
PITCHER SPECIALS
Fries .25
Mon.-Thurs. 8:00 P.M. Till Close

By MARK MIHANOVIC
No more smirks, now-stifle those
giggles. The latest early-season Big
Ten flash-in-the-pan can- no longer be
considered the latest early-season Big
Ten flash-in-the-pan. After defeating
the conference pacesetters of the last
few seasons, namely Michigan, Pur-
due, and Ohio State, the Wisconsin
Badgers have made it clear that they
are for real. And in the Big Ten driver's
seat at 3-0.
While the combinations are endless
with the Big Ten season a mere three
weeks old, the fact that the Badgers
have already knocked off "The Big
Three" puts them in a premier position.
Not since Michigan State performed
the feat in 1966 had a squad knocked off
the Wolverines, Boilermakers, and
Buckeyes. And, of course, the Spartans

came within a Notre Dame field goal of
the national championship that year.
THERE ARE, OF course, numerous
stumbling blocks along the way for
Wisconsin, and during a season where
people are coming to expect the unex-
pected, the Wisconsin faithful would be
premature in ordering plane tickets to
Pasadena.
A highly unusual quirk in the
schedule had the Badgers staying in
Madison for their first five games; now
it is time to see if they are road-tough.
They travel to Michigan State, Illinois,
Indiana, and Minnesota, with home
games versus Northwestern and Iowa
(the conference's only other undefeated
at 2-0) sprinkled in.
Though surprised (again) by the
Badgers' 24-21 win over Ohio State,
Michigan coach Bo Schembechler did

not seem concerned over the prospects
of an undefeated Badger season at his
weekly press luncheon yesterday.
"FROM WHAT I'VE seen, I don't think
they'll beat Iowa," Schembechler said.
"We've all been very generous with
them. We were generous, Purdue was
generous, Ohio had five turnovers.
"That's a heckuva advantage, having
all those games at home. There's no
question they're in the driver's seat, but
anything can happen. And I bet it does,
the way this season's going."
Over the telephone from Iowa City,
Hawkeye coach Hayden Fry, whose
squad faces off with Michigan in Ann
Arbor this weekend, sounded much
more enthusiastic than Bo about the
upcoming scramble for the top in the
Big Ten.
"We've had the Big Two...I should

say 'Big Three' because Purdue has
been in the class of Ohio State and
Michigan for the last few years...for a
long, long time, and there's no way to
put a timetable on how long they're
going to stay up there," Fry said. "All
things are coing to change, and I think
it's the best thing to happen in the Big
Ten in a long, long time."

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Returns

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to che!ck out a careeir
in management.
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You're a fast thinker. While the clock ticks, you may have to make
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You're a team player. At a dynamic place like U.S. Steel, guiding and
motivating others is likely to be an important part of your career in
management.

Team Statistics

Passing

Total First Downs .
Rushing .........
Passing .........
Penalty .........
Total Net Yards ...
Total Plays.
Avg., Per Play ...
Avg. Per Game..
Net Rushing Yards
Total Attempts..
Avg. Per Game.
Net Passing Yards
Att/Comp/Int .
Avg. Per Attempt
Avg. Per Comp. .
Avg. Per Game..
Punts/Yds/Avg.
Punt Ret/Yds/Avg.
K4 Ret/Yds/Avg..
Int/Yds/Avg.......
Fumbles/Lost.
Penalties/Yards..
Scoring
Total Pts/Avg.
Touchdowns:..
Rushing .....
Passing.
Returns ..
PAT's/Att........
2-Pt. Conv/Att.....
Field Goals/At. ...
Third Down Cony..
Success Pct... .

MICH
96
70
22
4
1877
351
5.3
375.4
1394
271
278.8
483
80/33/6
6.0
14.6
96.6
26/1150/44.2
17/109/6.4
12/201/16.8
10/105/10.5
6/5
29/253
136/27.2
19
15
4
0
13/14
2/5
1/4
31/69
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Opp.
94
41
46
7
1712
349
4.9
342.4
693
215
138.6
1019
134/70/10
7.6
14.6
203.8
29/1090/37.6
8/4111.4'
8/122/15.3
6/11/1.8
7/2
15/122
81/16.2
.9
3
6
0
9/9
0/0
6/8
23/70
.329

PA
S. Smith ............78
Dickey ............ 2

PC
32
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Int. Pct Yd s TD LP
6 .410 457 4 71
0 .50026 0 26

Csr.......
Edwards .......
Brsel..........
carpent.er
Jackson.....

PR/Yds/Avg/LP
0/0/0/0
0/0/0/0
0/0/0/0
0/0/0/0
0/0/0/0
12/100/8.3/48
5/91.8/3

KOR/Yd/AvO/LP
5/102/20.4/29
4/58/14.5/26
1/16/16.0/16
1/13/13.0/13
1/12/12.0/12
0/0/0/0
0/0/0/0

Score by Quarters

Receiving

1 2
MICHIGAN...............16 52
Opponents..................17 :0

3
40
24

4
28
10

Tot/Avg
136/27.2
81/16.2

Carter...........
Woolfoik ........
Bean .... .......
Dunaway........
Edwards........
Betts............
Brockington ....
Ingram ............

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4
3
3
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Yds Avg TD LP
208 18.9 2 71
34 5.7 0 11
72 18.0 1 26
57 14.3 1 ' 26
53 17.7 0 24
24 8.0 0 16
25 25.0 0 25
10 10.0 0 10

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We're in chemicals, with annual
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Money is good. Fringe benefits are
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Visit your placement office and
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S. Smith............6
Woolfolk ...........4
Ricks ............. 4
Carter............. 1
Haji-Sheikh ........0
Bean .............. 0
Dunaway ..........0
Team.......... 0

TDp TDoE P2-pt FG
0 0 0 1 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 00 0
2 0010
0 0 1313 0 1-4
1 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
0 0 0.1 0 0

TP
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24
24
20
16
6
6
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Individual
Statistics
Rushing

Meet the U.S. Steel representative
on campus:
Wed, Thurs., Nov. 11, 12

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TRADE MARK

Woolfolk .... ,,... .
S. Smith..........
Edwards.........
Ricks...........
Ingram.........
Rogers..........
K. Smith .........
Carter...........
Hassel ............
Mercer ............

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127
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29
42
8
5
3
4
2
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gain iosyds avg TD LP
818 14.804 6.3 4 89
252 69 183 3.7 6 37
171 0 171 5.9 0 30
147 6 141 3.4 4 11
30 0 30 3.8 0, 15
20 0 20 4.0 0 11
19 0 19 6.3 0 12
28 12 16 4.0 1 23
8 0 8 4.0 0 8
2 0 2 2.0 0 2

Punting
No Yds Avg t mg
Bracken ........... 1150N442 O
Field Goals

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