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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 4, 1980-Page 11

Blue ball control counters
California passing attack

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(Continued from Page 1)
"It's been a long time," Schem-
bechler said. "We've been struggling.
"You begin to wonder and you start to
second guess. But we have quality kids
here. They have great character."
Ricks keeps on
ticking

Humbled by its defeat at the hands of
South Carolina last week, Michigan had
been especially cautious before the
game.
"Cal has gotten off to a disappointing
0-3 start, but you can't take a team like
them lightly by any means," Schem-
bechler said earlier in the week.
The Blue fears were not realized as
the Wolverines successfully adjusted
from George Rogers and the South
Carolina ground game to Rich Cam-

pbell and the Golden Bears aerial at-
tack.
But the California ground attack also
had Schembechler worried earlier in
the week.
"It was almost non-existant a year
ago. Now they average about 100 yards
a game," said Schembechler. "That
might not seem significant, but a year
ago, they passed for 300 yards and had
17 yards rushing. We can't hope to hold
them anything close to that."

Yesterday's game was the eighth
meeting between thetwo schools.
Michigan now holds a 6-2 edge in the
series. Last year, Michigan beat
California 14-10 at Berkeley.

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First downs ..............
Rushing (att/yds).............
Passing (comp/att/int) ........
Passing yds ................
Fumbles (no./lost) .........
Punts (no.avg)..............
SCORING
.................. 7
CAL ................... 0

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SCORING PLAYS
MI-Ricks 6 run (Haji-Sheikh kick)
M-EG Ha jiSheikh 26
CAL-G Luckhurst 43
M-EdwardIs 1 run (Haji-Sheikh kick)
CAL--Bugis 25 pass from Campbell
A Luckhurst kick)
CAL-FG Luckliurst 43
M-Ricks 2 run (Haji-Sheikh kick)
M-Woolfolk 1 run (Haji-Sheikh kick)
RUSHING
MICHIGAN
att
Ricks ....... ................. 29
Edwards.....................24
Woolfolk ........................ 7
Hewlett ..........................I1
Ingram......................... 2
Carter......................... 1
Wangler .................. 1
CALIFORNIA
Palmer ....................... 19
Tuggle.......................7
Campbell..................... 6
PASSING
MICHIGAN
att comi
angler.......... ...... 14 8
H ewlett...................I 0
CALIFORNIA
Campbell................34 22
RECEIVING
MICHIGAN
no.
Edwards ..................... 3
Mitchell....................... 2
Dunaway:.................. 1
Betts................ ........ i
Ricks ........................... t
CALIFORNIA
Bouza........................6
# almer....... .............. 5
Tuggle .......................... 3
Eddings ........................ 2
Lewis ........................... 2
Buggs........ ...............I1
Wiley .......................:... i
Mosley ......................... 1
Sprague.................. 1
PUNTING
MICHIGAN
no.
Bracken......................1
CALIFORNIA
Ahr ..... ....................2
FIELD GOALS
MICHIGAN
att
Hajl-Sheikh................... I
CALIFORNIA
Luckhurst ...................... 3
RETURNS
MICHIGAN

CAL
25
32/83
22/34/1
249
0/0
2/31.0
21 -38
0- 13
yds avg
184 6.3
126 5.3
67 9.6
12 12.0
3 1.5
1 1.0
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74 3.9
30 4.3
-21 -3.5
int yds
0 109
0 0
1 249

No. 11 UCLA upsets
OSUin 1 7-0 rout

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Eleventh ranked UCLA upset Ohio
State 17-0 before 88,084 Buckeye fans
and a regional television audience.
Sophomore quarterback Tom Ram-
sey led the Bruins to two third quar-
ter touchdowns.
UCLA scored what proved to be
the winning field goal with 50 secon-
ds left in the first quarter on a 27
yard boat by Norm Johnson. In the
third quarter the Bruins controlled
the line of scrimmage and sustained
scoring drives of 56 and 65 yards
against OSU. An 11 yard pass from
Ramsey to Jojo Townsell capped the
first scoring drive. Tailback
Freeman McNeil crossed the goal
line from 1 yard out later in the
quarter.

effectively in second half behind the
passing of quarterback Mike
Kerrigan.
Arizona 5, Iowa 3
Arizona edged Iowa on a field goal
by Brett Weber and a blocked punt
by Reggie Ware that resulted in a
safety. Arizona punter Barry
Kramer hindered the Hawkeye of-
fense by twice punting the ballinside
Iowa's 10 yard line.
Purdue 28, Miami (O) 3
Purdue quarterback Mark Herr-
mann completed 21 out of 39 passes
for 291 yards and connected with
receivers Wally Jones, Steve Bryant
and Dave Young for three touch-
downs. Jimmy Smith completed the

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yds
33
44
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94
20
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34
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25
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1 made long
1 26

2 45

Punts Kickoffs Int'cept
Carter................. 1/3 3/76
Edwards............... 1/12
Carpenter .............1/10
CALIFORNIA

Big Ten Roundup
Notre Dame 26, MSU 21 Boilermaker scoring with a 2-yard
Michigan State gave powerful run . St. 28, ois 21
Notre Dame all they could handle Illinois beat themselves by
before bowing.26-21. MSU led 9-6 at allowing Mississippi State to score
halftime, but tired in the second half all their pointS after turnovers. The
as tailback Pahil Carter ripped Ill
through the weak Michigan State llini gave up two fumbles and one
defense. The sophomore sensation interception and had one punt
ran for 254 yards, one yard shy of the blocked before finally bowing to the
all time single game record for Bulldogs.
Notre Dame, and his third straight . n 35
100 yard game.f isconsi 35,
Minnesota 49, San Diego St. 12
Northwestern 21 The Badgers scored their first
Marion Barber scored three touchdown of the season, and went
touchdowns and Garry White ran for on to post their first victory also. The
two more on runs 78 and 25 yards. Wisconsin defense sacked San Diego
The Gopher defense held\the Wild- quarterbacks nine times, providing
cats in check through the first half, their offense with excellent field
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