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Page 6-Saturday, Nptember 13, 1980-TheKichigan Daily
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By STAN BRADBURY
Ah, the non-conference football
schedule. A time usually used by the N o n -I
Wolverine gridders to kick up their
heels and relax for three weeks before
beginning a rugged seven-game stretchr
for the conference title.
Bring on the Dukes, the Navys, a
Colorado or maybe a Wake Forest or Fame Bowl, the 6-2, 220-
two. Let Bo and company wrap up the first-team -All-Americ
game at halftime. After all, Michigan finished seventh in
has only lost one of its last 20 non- balloting.
conference regular season games. Another in the line
Wait! What's this Notre Dame, quarterbacks at Cali
California, and South Carolina stuff? Campbell. The 6-5 seni
They actually have good teams. 360 passes for 2859 yar
They're top 20 caliber outfits. If the Big downs last year. The G
Ten schedule isn't already tough return their top two rec
enough with Purdue, Indiana and Ohio season and two more en
State, we now stumble upon a highly in '78 but missed the '79c
competitive non-conference schedule. NOTRE DAME may
AT LEAST THE games should prove services of Vagas Fergu
to be more interesting and bring much anymore, but the Irish
more excitement to the 1980 football 14 of the 22 starters
campaign. South Carolina and Califor- Wolverines in Michiga
nia bring with them to Ann Arbor two of fall. Bob Crable leads4
the leading preseason candidates for returners after setting
the Heisman Trophy. of 187 tackles lasty
The Gamecocks from the southland linebacker position.
feature senior tailback George Rogers. Michigan travels to S
After leading Carolina to an 8-3 regular 20 to open the non-confe
season record and a berth in the Hall of The Irish hope that by

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1979'M'stats
TEAM

Jig Ten foes
om pushovers

and Joe Gramke (averaging 6-4, 245)
return for another year while the defen-
sive backfield returns three of four
starters led by Tom Gibbons.
The best newvs for Wolverine fans
about the Irish roster this year is the
absence of Chuck Male. Male's four
field goals proved to be the difference in
Notre Dame's 12-10 win last September.
THE GAMECOCKS INVADE
Michigan Stadium the following week

pounder earned
an honors and
the Heisman
of outstanding
fornia is Rich
or hit on 241 of
ds and 18 touch-
olden Bears also
eivers from last
rds who started
campaign. -
,y not have the-
uson at halfback
still will return
who beat the
n Stadium last
eight defensive
a school record
year from his
outh Bend Sept.
erence schedule.
that time their

talent hunt to find a replacement for
quarterback Rusty Lisch will have been
completed. Notre Dame has five'
serious contenders for the job; three 'no
big deal' seniors (Tim Koegel, Mike
Courey, and Greg Knafelc) and a pair
of hot-shot freshmen (Blair Kiel and
Scott Grooms) with very impressive
high school credentials.
Whoeverwins the spot will have three
fine receivers at which to throw. The
Irish return tight end Dean Masztak,
split end Tony Hunter, and flanker Pete
Holohan. Also returning up front on of-
fense are center John Scully and guard
Tim Huffman, a preseason All-
American candidate.
AT FULLBACK, a pair of 220-pound
sophomores, Pete Buchanan and John
Sweeney, are battling for the starting
nod while Ferguson's departure has left
the halfback position in turmoil.
The entire defensive line of John
Hankerd, Scott Zetteck, Kevin Griffith

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS..........
Rushing.....................
Passing .... ...................
Penalty ....................
TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS.
TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS......
Rushing Attempts............
Rushing Yards ...............
Passing Attempts...............
Pass Completions................
Passing Yards...............
AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME
Rushing .........................
Average Yards/Rush..........
Passsing ........................
Average Yards/Pass..........
AVERAGE YARDS PER PLAY ...
Rushing...................
Passing......................
TOTAL PUNTS.................
Total Yards... ............
Average Yards/Punt..........
TOTAL KICK RETURNS/YARDS
Punt Returns/Yards...........
KO Returns/Yards............
INTERCEPTIONS/YARDS..
FUMBLES/LOST ..............
PENALTIES/YARDS...........
*Michigan record

Mich.
227
140
82*
5
877
4921
654
2885
232
128'
2036*
410.1
240.4
169.7
,5.6
4.5
8.8
56
1942
34.7
58/846
32/320
26/526
13/108
32/13
47/460

Opp.
186
90
84
6
804
3117
494
1261
310
170
1838
259.8
105.5
154.r
3.9
2.6
6.0
85
3193
37.1
63/908
27/233
36/675
14/19
27/15
4 1/430

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RUSHING
WOOLFOLK ..
EDWARDS ....
Reid ..........
Dickey ........
Smith .........
RICKS......
HEWLETT ....
Cade ..........
WANGLER ...
CARTER ......
INGRAM ......
Clayton.
JACKSON ..

Att
191,
136
103
66
33
22
13
6
58
4
5
3
1

Gain
1031
650
556
356
147
102
87
68
158
23
16
17
0
PC
I78
48
1
4 i

Loss
41
17
1
72
0
2
17
2
134
6
0
17
6
Pct.
.600]
.527
.166
.250
.000

Yds
990
663
555
284
147
100
70
66
24
17
16
0
4
Y&s
1431
586
14
5
0

Avg
5.2
4.7
5.4
4.3
4.5
4.5
5.4
11.0
0.4
4.3
3.2
0.0
4.0
Int TD1
7 8
6 5
1 0
S0
0 0

LP
92
38
50
35
25
25
34
61
14
13
5
17
LP
71
66
14
5
0

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George Rogers
fresh from Southern California in the
Los Angeles Coliseum the previous
week.
South Carolina will again employ a
two-tight end, triple-option attack to
capitalize on the running of Rogers.
From tight end to tight end the
Gamecocks return five of seven
players, but what they make up for in
experience, they more than give away
in size.
Carolina also has an experienced
quarterback in two-year starter Garry
Harper, who threw for almost 1,000
yards and accounted for 14 touchdowns
last season. But his main job will be to
just hand off to Rogers, whose.1,681
yards rushing last year was the second
highest total in the nation. An added
threat to the running of Rogers is the
return of fullback Johnnie Wright, who
rushed for 908 yards in '78 before
missing last season with an injury.
The defense is at best ordinary, with
six returning starters (three in the
defensive backfield) and a host of
adequate replacements. Once again the
Gamecocks will experience a disadvan-
tage in the size department, with the
most obvious example being at defen-
sive end. Phil Ellis, returning at left
end is 6-1, 215 pounds, while right end
Karey Johnson is only 5-11 and weighs
200 pounds.
California comes to Ann Arbor from
out of the West as one of the two top
candidates to represent the Pac-10 in the
Rose Bowl for two reasons. First of all,
they're a very good football team. And
secondly, Southern Cal, as well as four
other teams, is sitting out a one-year
conference probation for academic
program misconduct.
ALL FOUR TACKLES and guards
will be comingback to the offensive line
this season, thus forming a very protec-
tive pass pocket for the marksman
Campbell. Highlighting the blocking
will be 260-pound senior tackle Brian
Bailey, a preseason All-American
possibility.
Running under Campbell's passes
will be split ends Matt Bouza and
Michael Buggs, who+combined for 96
catches and 1406 yards last year.
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PASSING
WANGLER .....
Dickey ..........
HEWLETT ...
Lee...........
Virgil .........

PA
130
91
6
4
1

RECEIVING

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Marsh................
WOOLFOLK............'
CARTER ..................
Clayton ...................:
Reid ...................
EDWARDS
BETTS ....................
MITCHELL............
Smith ..................
CHRISTIAN ...............
Cade ...................
Date M
9/8 49 Northwestern
9/15 10 Notre Dame
9/22 28 Kansas
9/29 14 at California
10/6 21 at Michigan State
10/13 31 Minnesota
10/20 27 at Illinois
10/27 27 Indiana
11/3 54 Wisconsin
i1/to 21 at Purdue
11/17 15 Ohio State
12/28 15 North Carolina

No. Yds
33 612
18 128
17 462
16 357
12 132
11 94
9 104
7 90
3 11
1 39
1 7

. Avg. TD LP
18.5 3 71
1 7.1 0 13
27.2 7 66
22.3 1 66
11.0 1 20
8.5 0 22
11.5 1 19
1 2.8 0 24
3.7 0 9
39.0 0 39
7.0 0 7
Opp Attend.
7 100,790
12 105,111*
7 103,698'
10 57.000
7 79,311*
21 104,677"
7 43,370
21 '104,832'
0 104,952*
24 69,829*
18 106,255*"
17 70,407*"

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SCORING.- 1 2 3 4
MICHIGAN ................. 58 72 107 75
Opponents................17 47 40 47
FIELD GOALS Att Made Yards
Virgil................ 13 4 104
Haji-Sheikh............6 0 -
PUNTING No. Yds. Avg.
Virgil ................. 52 1942 37.8
Team (Blocked)........ 4 0 -
SCORING TDr TDp TDo ExP FG

WOOLFOLK .. 13 -
CARTER ...... - 7 1
Virgil ......... -- -
Reid........... 6 1 -
EDWARDS.... 4 - -
Marsh.........- 3 -
Smith.......... 2 - -
Dickey.........2 - -
BETTS........- 1 -
Clayton........- 1 -
RICKS ........ 1 - --
INGRAM...... - -
INGRAM..:.....I -
Haji-Sheikh - -
Team Safeties 2) - -
PUNT RETURNS No.'
CARTER ................ 20
Harden................1
Greer.................. I
KICKOFF RETURNS No.'
CARTER ............... 17
EDWARDS..............,2
RICKS .................. 2
Reid.................I
Cade ..................I1
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Total
312
151
Long
30
Long
58
TP
78
48
44
42
24
18
14
12
6
6
6
4
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Yds.
265
0
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Yds
385
43
20
14
20
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4-4 -
4-4 -
. Avg. TD
13.3 1
0.0 0
-1.0 0
Avg. TD
22.7 0
21.5 0
10.0 0
14.0 0
20.0 0
16.0 0

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