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Page 12-Friday, September 17, 1982-The Michigan Daily
Straight from the
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First game trends . ..

By RON POLLACK

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If the rest of the season-bo wl game
included-goes like the first week for
the Michigan football team.. .
. . Tight end Craig Dunaway will win the
Heisman Trophy. Yes, you read right, Craig
Dunaway will win the Heisman. In spite of the fact
that almost nobody outside of the state of
Michigan has heard much about him (his mother
and father in Pittsburgh, Pa. have, but after them
it gets tough to find anyone else), in spite of the
fact that he plays a position that isn't supposed to
win the Heisman and in spite of the fact that he
might have difficulty beating a worn-out turtle in a
footrace (OK, so he'd beat the turtle, but you get
my point) he'll still win the Heisman.
You ask why-and with good reason. Just look at
his performance against a tough Wisconsin defen-
se. If he continues that pace throughout the entire
season, he'll catch 60 passes. That'll certainly im-
press the Heisman voters who will note that the
Wolverines' Anthony Carter never caught that
many passes in a season.
And what's more, he can block.
Wait a minute, he blocks. Scratch his name from
Heisman consideration. It's tough for a receiver to
win the Heisman, but a blocker, forget it. Offen-
sive linemen never win the Heisman.
But fret not Michigan fans, Mr. and Mrs.
Dunaway, and distinguished readers of this
column. A solution will be found midway through
the season. Dunaway, secure in the knowledge

that he is quickly gaining Heisman su
march into Bo Schembechler's officea
him that the only blocking done will be
Dunaway and not by Craig Dunaway.
With this stumbling block out of the w
233-pound senior will win the Heisman7
landslide. The headlines in newspape
day read, "Dunaway in a runaway." It
thing the slow-footed tight end will run
in his four years at Michigan.
Ricks challenges for H
. . . Dunaway's biggest challeng
Heisman Trophy will come from
Lawrence Ricks. The senior tailback'
per game rushing average gives himI
on the season. The only thing that k
from winning the Heisman is a scand
through the '82 campaign.
The scandal occurs when, five gam
season, it becomes evident that US
capably replaced Marcus Allen at ta
problem is that none of the Trojan bac
the beating that goes with 30 carries eve
To rectify this situation, USC head c
Robinson tries to steal Ricks from the %
When Schembechler hears of this, he
at Robinson and demands that the NCA
the USC football team. Bo does not g
however, as the NCAA responds to his
saying: "We've run out of penalties to
USC.''

Dunaway for Heisman
.rwThe only loser in the whole sordid affair is
ipport, will Ricks, who loses numerous Heisman votes in the
e for Craig Midwest for even considering a move out West.
... One player who does leave Ann Arbor for a
ay, the 6-2, warmer climate is quarterback Steve Smith.
Trophy in a During the Wisconsin game this past weekend, the
rs the next junior threw two interceptions causing a chorus of
t is the only boos to cascade from the crowd.
away with
But here is the untold story. After the game,
esman Smith goes to Schembechler and demands to be
traded because he is not appreciated. As the
ge for the season comes to a close, Schembechler finally
teammate works out a deal which sends Smith to Oklahoma.
s 153 yards The first clue that Smith might go to Sooner coun-
1,836 yards try came this past Monday during Bo's weekly
eeps Ricks press luncheon when he said, "You take a Steve
Sal midway Smith and an Oklahoma wishbone offense and
he'd get a 100 yards rusing a game."
ies into the
5C has not When he said this, the members of the media
ilback. The thought it was merely conjecture on Schem-
ks can take bechler's part. The events that followed proved
ery contest.. otherwise.
coach John
Volverines. In exchange for Smith, Michigan receives the
e lashes out rights to a blue-chip high school tight end who had
AA penalize previously agreed to go to Oklahoma. Schem-
et his way, bechler traded for the tight end realizing that
demand by there will be a big hole to fill when Heisman
hand out to Trophy-winning Dunaway graduates at the end of
the season.

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By LARRY FREED ,
If there are any roses left over from
last season's celebration in Iowa City-
save them-because Hayden Fry and
his Iowa Hawkeyes will likely be buried
during this Big Ten campaign.
The Hawkeyes. who lost 15 starters
to graduation, will be hard-pressed to
repeat their shocking conference
championship and Rose Bowl berth of a
year ago.
THE BIGGEST loss comes in the
defensive corps, where only two star-
ters return from the top stop-troop in
the Big Ten. However, Fry is not ready
to concede the season.
"It's going to be tough to match the
record of last year's defensive team,"
said the Hawkeye coach. "We'll need to
score more points this year, but at the
same time we're not going to be as poor
defensively as some believe."
But if Fry and the Hawkeyes want to
put more points on the board, they will
have to do it without the services of
quarterback Gordy Bohannon, who has
graduated. But Iowa will still have an
explosive backfield with the return of
running backs Norm Granger and Ed-
die Phillips.
"WE'LL BE A little more stable of-
fensively with some very fine backs.
But we have a lot of players who
haven't been under fire and we need a
lot of improvement," the Hawkeye
mentor said.
If Fry's words seem cautious, he has
reason, as his team lost six offensive
players from a unit that only ranked
seventh last season in the Big Ten. It is
ironic to note that the player featured
on the Hawkeye press guide ,is their
punter, Reggie Roby, who undoubtedly
will see much action this season.
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However, if Fry has to depend on a
punter to consistently get Iowa out o
jams he has the right man. Roby is
coming off NCAA record season when
he averaged 49.8 yards per kick.
"ABOUT ALL I really know is that
we will have one of the better kicking
games in America," noted Fry.
But with a questionable offense and
defense it will take more than kicking to
gain Iowa its first back-to-back winning
seasons since 1961. This was clearly
illustrated in the 42-7 thrashing the*
Hawkeyes incurred last Saturday
against the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
It also proved that things won't be
quite as rosy this year in Iowa City.

Fr y
...cautious about season

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