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Page 20-Saturday, September 11, 1982-The Michigan Daily

The Michigan Daily-Saturday, Septei
1982 Michigan Football .Roster

Stars of the Big

This season could well be called
the year of the quarterback in the
Big Ten. Despite the departure of
Ohio State's Art Schlichter from the
conference scene, there are a num-
ber of outstanding signal-callers
that Michigan will face in Big Ten
play this season. And three of them
are featured here in the persons of
Illinois' Tony Eason, Purdue's
Scott Campbell and Michigan
State 's John Leister.
Also featured is Indiana 's Duane
Gunn and Iowa 's Reggie Roby, as
we take a look at some of the "Stars
of the Big Ten. "
Tony Eason (Illinois),
quarterback
In one short year, Illinois quarter-
back Tony Eason has gone from a
relative unknown to one of the most
celebrated signal callers -in college
football today.

After two seasons of junior college
ball, Eason arrived in Champaign 12
months ago and proceeded to rewrite
the Illini record books. He completed
61.1 percent of his 406 passes, racking
up 3,360 yards and 20 touchdowns in the
process.
"TONY IS in the same class with all
the othergreat quarterbacks I've been
associated with," said Illinois head
coach Mike White, who has groomed
such standout quarterbacks as Craig
Morton, Jim Plunkett, Mike Boryla,
Steve Bartkowski, Vince Ferragamo,
Joe Roth, Rich Campbell and Dave
Wilson. "What makes him unique is
that he's such an athlete. He's an All-
American. He has a pro's arm and the
kind of mobility they drool over."
With All-American and Heisman
Trophy considerations aimed at Eason,
he has tried to keep from getting a big
head.
"The big thing is that you have to
keep everything in perspective," said
Eason. "When I get my face on a

magazine cover, I'm representing the
university."-
Eason hopes to represent the univer-
sity on more than magazine cover this
season. He hopes that he and his team-
mates can represent the university in a
bowl game this year, something the
team was ineligible for last season.
"We've been setting our sights on a
bowl game since Coach White came
here (in 1980)," said Eason. "If we
execute as we should, we have a bona
fide shot at a bowl. Last year we had to
accept the fact that we couldn't go to a
bowl game. But we still worked hard to
win."
--RON POLLACK
Scott Campbell (Purdue),
quarterback
"Uh one and two and three and kick
.... uh one and two and three and kick."
Hey, what's going on here? Who is
this Scott Campbell, and what is he.

1000!0
doing in a jazz dancing class? Huh,
Scott?
"WELL, IT really helps the body
coordination and it improves your
flexibility," says the 6-foot, 194-pound,
junior quarterback of the Boiler-
makers, somewhat sheepishly.
Oh, Coach Leon Burtnett asked that
you and a few other players take this
class for conditioning purposes, huh?
"Well, he didn't really ask," says the
man who hopes to direct a Purdue of-
fense that does not have "one, two,
three, kick" as its background music.
IF CAMPBELL'S summer dancing
class serves itsI purpose, Purdue op-
ponents would be well advised to keep
Campbell under wraps, lest he do a sof-
tshoe on their little heads.
Last year, Campbell threw for 2,680
yards and 18 touchdowns while com-
pleting nearly 58 percent of his passes.
And there is little doubt that a year's
experience, not to mention the two-step
practice, will help Campbell improve
on those numbers even more.
"Scott Campbell is a big-time quar-
terback and we'll expect him to be even
more effective this season," says Bur-
tnett.
THE FACT that Burtnett plans to use
his quarterback's considerable passing
abilities as much as possible this season
pleases Campbell to no end.
"I love to throw the football-it's a
great way to move the ball," says the
Hershey, Penn. native.
Sure, and if that doesn't work you can
always waltz it down the field, right
Scott?
-BOB WOJNOWSKI
John Leister (Michigan State),
quarterback

No. Name
:33 Jeff Akers
5 Earl Allen
57 Tim Anderson
34 Gre~g Armstrong
49 *Ar' Balourdos
25 *Vincentl Bean
19 Bob Bergeron
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1:3 ***Keith Bostic
28~ **IDon Bracken
52 Kevin Brooks
74 Bruce Brown
15 **Jerry Burgei
12 Fritz Burgess
6:3 ***Wnfred Carraway
8:1 Milt Carthens
1 **AnhoyCarter
30 Brad Cochran"
10 *Jeff Cohen
21 "*EvanE:Cooper
5~6 Robert D~ana
26 Nate D~avis
42 Ricky Davis
9 D~an IDecker
90 Vince D~eFelice
64 **Jerry lDiorio
69g **Tom lDixon
88 **Craig D~unaway
17 Jlohn Ferens
72 Rick Frazer
32 Eddie Garrett
54 **Tomfl Garritv
58 John Ghindia
50 ***Paul Girgash
9 llarry (;osier
14 Tony Grant
62 .Joe (Gray
7 David flal
6 *'Ali llaji-Sheikh
78 Mark Hlammerstein
66 *Mike Hlamnmerstein
22 mickey Hlanlon
4 Jim flarbaugh
48 **Tom Hlassel
19 Dieter leren
!N4 "Jim lHerrmann
2 **Rich Hfewlett
17 -Ivan Ificks
76 *Stefan Humphries
35 ***Jeraldj Ingram
734 *J)ug .James
26 (,ilvanni .Johnson
24 teve .Johnson
* Numb er of letters won

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52 Eric K~empthorn
67 Tom Knoebel
23 Lou Kovacs
934 ***Mike Lemirande
13 Phil Lewandowski
38 lBen ILogue
14 **Jhn Lott,
844 Rodney Lvles
12 ;Mike Mallory
18 Triando Markray
92 ,Jim McConville
45 Riley McPhee
:39 M1ike Melnvk
41 Brian Mercer
96 D~ave Meredith
65 John Mihic
714 *Clay Miller
414 Andv Moeller
8 Pat Moons
945 Sim Nelson
71 Mike Odioso
l4 John Paciorek
347 Bob Perryman
8 Greg Powell
740 Ron Prusa
75 Jerry Quarna
2 2 (;reg Randall
45 Mike Rheinhold
33: D)an Rice
46 ***Iawren~ceRicks
92 Scott Roberts
61t Nate Rodgers
244 *Rick Rogers
89 **Carlton Rose
85 Jim Scarcelli
141 Todd Schlopy
82 Paul Schmerge
97 Marty Shimko
56 D)ave Simon
5:3 *Al Sincich
23 *KerySmith
16i **Steve Smith
68t **Rich Strenger
55 **arySweeney
77 Bob Tabachino
149 ***Robert Thompson
941 Todd Triplett
86 G;reg Washington
27 Thomas Wilcher
84 Mike Wilson
214 Derek Woodmore
42 Dan Marano
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How the* 'experts' see the Top 20

Street & smith
1. Washington
2. Pittsburgh
3. Nebraska
4. Penn State
5. Alabama
6. North Carolina
7. Georgia
8.SMU
9. USC
10. Clemson
II. Ohio State
12. Arkansas
13. Brigham Young
14. MICHIGAN
15. Miami. Florida
16. UCLA
17. Houston
18. Arizona State
19. Texas
20. Oklahoma

Game Plan
Pittsburgh
Alabama
Nebraska
Arkansas
Washington
SMU
North Carolina
Georgia
Penn State
Florida
Oklahoma
USC
Clemson
Ohio State
Missouri
Texas A&M
MICHIGAN
Texas

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Pittsburgh
Penn State
North Carolina
Nebraska
MICHIGAN
Washington
Alabama
USC
Georgia
Clemson
SMU
Arizona State
Arkansas
UCLA
Miami, Florida,
Auburn
Florida
Ohio State
Texas A&M

The Professor's 1902
Guide to Winning
Pittsburgh
USC
SMU
Washington
Alabama
Nebraska
North Carolina
Georgia
Ohio State
Notre Dame
Texas
Oklahoma
Mississippi State
Arizona State
MICHIGAN
Florida
Penn State
Clemson

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SMU
Pittsburgh
Nebraska
North Carolina
Arkansas
Washington
Georgia
Penn State
Clemson
Ohio State
Florida
Oklahoma
Arizona State
H ouston
USC
MICHIGAN
Miami, Florida
Illinois
Notre Dame

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