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The Michigan Daily Saturday, September 27, 1980 Page 9

By MARK MIHAN
George Rogers and South Carol
greater than the whole. To be sur
ilback merits recognition, askh
round three defenses successful
for the Heisman Trophy.
But the Gamecocks didn't outs
opponents, 110-0, and nearly u
(finally losing, 23-13) on the talent
No, if Michigan is to avert its f
six games today in Michigan Stad
more than concentrate on s
especially a man that many feel is
WOLVERINE COACH Bo Sch
respects the Gamecocks, all of the
is a very good football team. T
robably the greatest in the sch
might very well be one of the To
nation.
"They have a big offensive line
straight at you," Schembechler
before the start of the season that'
the type of team that would run
still concerned about that type of
Senior quarterback Garry Har
the air from time to time to take t
of Rogers. In the Gamecocks' fir

George
DVIC has completed 19 of 37
The fullback positic
ina. The part seems is on blocking in the
e, the 6-2, 220-pound by Johnnie Wright
7e has run over and sophomore Carl West
ly thus far in his bid for 292 yards. A key t(
fensive front almost a
score their first two by senior tackle Georg
upset Southern Cal SOUTH CAROLINA
is of Rogers alone. with four sophomore
ifth defeat in its last allowed as much as
liu, it will have to do fourth quarter yet thi
topping one man, Ed Baxley (6-2, 225) i
s unstoppable. terior line coach Pau
embechler, for one, pressed with him.
em. "South Carolina "Ed Baxley is one a
'he current team is see," Schudel said. "I
hool's history. They Crable from Notre D
p Ten squads in the mold. He runs, he's a1
Two of' the startin
and they just come and Pat Bowen) play
continued. "I said Schudel doesn't view
I was worried about weakness, not with ju
straight at us. I'm (6-0,170) roaming the
offense." "I've seen him ma
rper puts the ball in across the line of scri
he defense's eyes off real active free safety
st three contests, he "They're a very b

I Cis toug
for 252 yards. don't make a lot of mistakes."
an, where the obvious emphasis FROM THE BEGINNING of the week, Schem-
South Carolina setup, is shared bechler has emphasized that stopping Rogers would
(a 6-1, 200-pound junior) and be an extremely difficult task but one which he was
(6-0, 200), who have combined keying his defense to.
o the SC running attack is an of- "We're going to have to get pretty physical or we
s large as Michigan's, anchored won't be able to stop this guy," Schembechler said at
ge Schechterly (6-3,255). his press luncheon on Monday. "If Southern Cal
A'S largely-overlooked defense, couldn't stop him ... we can't hit him like they did.
s among the starting 11, hasn't But I'm going to get 11 guys who are willing to try."
an opposition field goal in the The Michigan coach has decided to go with the
s season. Senior left linebacker greater size at middle guard, as sophomore Winfred
s the standout, and Michigan in- Carraway (6-3, 235) gets the nod over 5-11, 210-pound
it Schudel couldn't be more im- Tony Kelsie. The only other announced change in
Michigan's starting defensive squad has Jeff Cohen,
of the fine linebackers that we'll another sophomore, in the lineup in place of Jeff
said that last week about (Bob) Reeves.
ame, and he fits that very same Schudel did some reminiscing as he looked ahead to
big person, and he hits you." today's ballgame. "With George Rogers at tailback,
*g sophomores (Harry Skipper it's very reminiscent of when Texas A&M came in
in the defensive backfield, but here in 1977 when they had George Woodard and Cur-
the Gamecock secondary as a tis Dickey in the backfield. It reminds me a lot of the
nior free safety Robert Perlotte team. They're a very basic team. They play two tight
territory, ends. They like to run the ball. And their quarter-
ke plays on the dive and clear back, Garry Harper, can throw the ball, which makes
mmage," Schudel said. "He's a a very fine balance in their offense."
Y- As Schudel certainly recalls, that "basic" Texas
)asic and sound defense. They A&M team lost to Michigan, 41-3.

THE LINEUPS

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(59)
(67)
(75)
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( 2)
(32)
(24)
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(77)
(63)
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(50)
(41)
(10)
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(28)

MICHIGAN
Norm Betts .............
Ed Muransky ...........
Kurt Becker ............
George Lilja..........
John Powers ............
Bubba Paris..........
Anthony Carter........
Alan Mitchell.........
Rich Hewlett ..........
Stan Edwards.........
Butch Woolfolk ..........
Ali Haji-Sheikh.....,.
Mel Owens .............
Mike Trgovac.........
Winfred Carraway ......+
Dave Nicolsu.........
Robert Thompson......
Paul Girgash ............
Andy Cannavino ........+
Jeff Cohen.......... .
Brian Carpenter........
Marion Body..........
Keith Bostic .............+
Don Bracken ............

SOUTH CAROLINA
OFFENSE

(230)
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(255)
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(161)
(185)
(197)
(205)
(207)
(167)

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WR
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QB
FB
TB
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(86) Ben Cornett..........
(77) George Schechterly .,...
(68) Steve Gettel...........
(60) Mark Austin..........
(67) Joe Doyle..............
(7) Chuck Slaughter........
(47) Willie Scott ..........
(44) Horace Smith ........
(10) Garry Harper.........
(36) Johnnie Wright........
(38) George Rogers ....... .
(17) Eddie Leopard........

(220)
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(180)
(200)
(220)
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DEFENSE

(230)
(235)
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(240)
(215)
(205)
(220)
(193)
(166)
(182)
(198)
(185)

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Phil Ellis ...............
Andrew Provence .....
Emanuel Weaver .....
Chuck Allen.........
Hal Henderson........
Ed Baxley............
Walt Kater...........
Pat Bowen...........
Harry Skipper.........
Mark Bridges.........
Robert Perlotte........
Chris Norman.... .... .

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By JEFF QUICKSILVER
The Big Ten football teams are
looking for improvement today and
there is a lot of room for it after last
weekend's miserable 1-7 record against
non-conference foes. All conference
teams except idle Purdue have a chan-
ce to make up for the embarrassing
showing a week ago as each faces non-
conference opposition today.
Riding high from a 47-0 thrashing of.
Minnesota, Coach Earle Bruce's
second-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes
will be looking for their third straight
victory of the new season as the play
hosts to the undefeated Arizona State
Sun Devils.
A crowd of 45,000 is expected to fill
Folsom Field in Boulder to watch the
Colorado Buffaloes take on Indiana.
The inconsistent Hoosiers dropped their
opening game to Iowa, 16-7, and then let
a 30-14 lead slip away last weekend.
against Kentucky before winning the
game 36-30 on quarterback Tom Clifford's
. 27-yard touchdown pass with only 19
seconds left to play.

Coach Joe Salem knows that if his 1-1
Minnesota Gophers are to rebound
coday at home against Southern Cal
they must eliminate the mistakes which
led to the OSU romp last Saturday. The
Gophors were penalized 10 times, lost
four of six fumbles, and threw three in-
terceptions.
A Michigan State football team, that
for the first time since 1967 has lots its
first two games, will take on Western
Michigan, a club unbeaten in its initial
three starts. MSU opens at home
without star fullback Derek Hughes,
who is out for the season after injuring
his knee earlier this week.
After opening their 1980 football
season with two consecutive road
games, Iowa begins a four-game home
stand today when Iowa State invades
Kinnick Stadium. The Hawkeyes, now
1-1 on the year, will try to bounce back
after a 57-0 lacing at the hands of four-
th-ranked Nebraska last week.
Illinois, behind the leadership and
arm of controversial quarterback Dave
Wilson, will try to boost their record to
3-1 as they play host to Air Force. The

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Illini were embarrassed in Columbia
last week as the Tigers of Missouri
blasted them 52-7.
Wisconsin and Northwestern open
play today still searching for their first
victories of the season. The Badgers
make their first road appearance of the
season as they travel to Los Angeles to
take on an undefeated UCLA team.
The Wildcats, after falling last week
to 16th ranked Washington 45-7, face
another tough apponent today in, the
form of the Orangemen of Syracuse.

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Experienced Wolverine harriers
have high hopes for '80 season

By JOHN KERR
Every day millions of Americans peel off their clothes
nd slip into their "running gear," becoming just another
articipant in the jogging craze, Every day 20 or so young
men here at Michigan go through the same procedure.
However, their motives are a bit different.
These men make the Michigan cross-country team, and
unlilke the general public, running is not just a form of exer-
cise. To them it is a sport, a chance to compete as a
Wolverine.
THIS YEAR'S TEAM is an experienced one, and head
coach Ron Warhurst feels they can be one of the nation's top
squads. "We've got the horses to do it (win the Big Ten title)
this year," the coach said. "We're a veteran team as far as
ability and experience goes. J think that finishing in the top
seven in the NCAA Championships is a legitimate goal."
Nine returning lettermen make up the nucleus of
Michigan's squad, including All-American Dan Heikkinen.
Heikkinen is the Wolverines' top runner, while sophomore
Brian Diemer holds the second spot, senior Dave Lewis the
third position, and senior John Potts, a transfer student from
Grand Valley State, holds down the fourth spot.
These and other members of the Wolverine team are
taking their high hopes to London, Ontario, where they will
open the 1980 cross-country season by competing in the
1M Scores
TUESDAY
Track
Residence Hall
Bursley Lewis 28, Michigan House 27, Scott 26, Baits-
Lee 24, Taylor 22, Williams 17, Rumsey 14, Gomberg
14, Adams 10, Butler 9, 6th Lewis 9, Alice Lloyd 7.
Huberites 6, Kelsey 5, Chicago 4, East Quad 4, Frost
2, Reeves 2, Oxford 1, Van Tyne 0

Springbank Road Race today. The 4.3 mile race will consist
mostly of running clubs and Canadian universities, although
a few American colleges will also take part. This will be the
seventh year that Michigan has competed there, with the
Wolverines enjoying a considerable amount of success in the
past. Michigan has won the team title four times previously.
PREPARING FOR THE Springbank race, and for the en-
tire season, requires much dedication on the runners' parts.
"I can't make them run," explained Warhurst. "They've got
to want to do it." Some team members work out in the mor-
ning, as well as during the afternoon practices. "Freshman
usually don't run in the morning, but some sophomores and
juniors run one or two mornings a week, while a few seniors
work out up to four times a week in the mornings. They
usually run about four, miles," Warhurst said.
The afternoon practices are longer and more grueling.
The workouts begin around 3:15 and last until 5:00. "Two
hours is plenty, they've got other things to do," said Warhur-
st. That's not to say the team doesn't work hard in those two
hours. "I'm running the dickens out of them," he admitted.
The team usually runs 10-12 miles in the afternoon.
Last season the Wolverine harriers finished third in the
Big Ten, and their showing in today's race should set the tone
for the season. And if coach Ron Warhurst's predictions are
correct, Michigan won't be going anywhere but up.

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