The Michigan Daily
Saturday, October 17, 1981
SURPRISING HAWKEYES POSE THREAT
New look Iowa to test
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By BUDDY MOOREHOUSE
The Iowa Hawkeyes? Sure, you
remember them. They're the ones that
have the great wrestling teams every
year. But they don't have much of a
football team, do they?
They sure do. The Hawkeyes, curren-
tly ranked 12th in the nation, invade
Michigan Stadium today with a 4-1
record, 2-0 in the Big Ten. Included in
those victories are a 10-7 season-
opening win over Nebraka and a 20-7
decision over UCLA. Indeed, it will be a
nuch different Iowa squad playing in
Ann Arbor than the one that Michigan
last faced in 1978, when the Wolverines
"WE HAVEN'T played Iowa since
1978, so we don't have much of a book on
them right now," said Michigan coach
Bo Schembechler. -"We do know that
they are very sound defensively."
That might even be putting it mildly.
The Hawkeye defenders are ranked fir-
st- in every defensive category in the
:Big Ten, as well as being the number
1squad in the nation in total defense
and 14th in rushing defense.
,'Leading the Iowa defense is left end
Andre Tippett, a senior sacking
specialist wfo was an All-Big Tenselec-
Lion last season. With his 4.6 speed in
the 40-yard dash, Tippett has already
.recorded six sacks this fall. The leading
.tackler for the Hawkeyes currently is
niddle linebacker Mel Cole, with 39
stops to his credit.
IOWA'S SUCCESS against the rush
should set the scene for a great mat-
chup against Michigan tailback Butch
Woolfolk, who romped for 253 yards in
last week's 38-20 victory over Michigan
State. The senior from Westfield, N.J.
only needs 112 yards to .surpass Rob
Lytle's mark of 3,317 yards and become
'Michigan's all-time leading- rusher.
And the way he has been running lately,
Woolfolk could pass that marlt
sometime in the first half.
-Woolfolk's stellar play has Schem-
bechler showering him with
superlatives, something the coach
rarely does. "I think he'll be an All-
American," said Schembechler. "I
don't think anything's going to stop
him." If anything can stop Woolfolk, it
certainly might be the Iowa defense.
Another plus for Iowa this year has '
been punter Reggie Roby, who leads
the nation with his 54.1 yard average.
His worst effort of the season was a 43-
yarder against Indiana.
ALTHOUGH IT is the Hawkeye
defense that has been receiving the
bulk of the attention this year, the of-
fense is also in high gear. Helped by a
64-point effort against Northwestern,
the Iowa offense currently-ranks 13th in
the country in scoring offense.
The offensive attack is fairly balan-
ced, with 1,020 yards on the ground and
641 yards through the air this year. The
Hawkeyes alternate between two quar-
terbacks, Gordy Bohannon and Pete
Gales, and each 'have completed 21
- passes. Bohannon, a 6-2, 195-pound
senior who will start today, has also ac-
counted for 136 yards rushing.
The leading ground-gainer for the
Iowa squad is Eddie Phillips, with 311
yards, followed by Phil Blatcher, who
has 196'yards to his credit.
"THEIR OFFENSE appears to be in
high gear," noted Schembechler. "Any
team that can beat Nebraska and
UCLA is without a doubt a legitimate
The game is a key one in the league
race for both clubs. Michigan, with a 2-1
conference mark, is looking up in the
standings at both Iowa and Wisconsin.
The Badgers have already beaten
Michigan, Ohio State and Purdue, and
are clearly in the driver's seat for the
Big Ten title and a trip to the 1982 Rose
Should Iowa be fortunate enough to
get past the Wolverines today,
however, the Hawkeyes have a Novem-
ber 14 date in Madison against the
Badgers that might prove to be a very
important battle. "From what I've
seen, I don't think they will beat Iowa,"
said Schembechler. "There's no
question, Wisconsin's in the driver's
seat. But anything can happen, and I'll
bet it does."
Even if Iowa does get past Wisconsin,
the Badgers would have to lose an ad-
ditional game and Michigan would have
to win all the rest of its contests in order
for the Wolverines to return .to
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