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SPORTS
Tuesday, September 21, 1982

The Michigan Daily

Page 9

Schembechler

ba ledby
By BARB BARKER f
Everyone has one of those nights they'd t
just as soon forget-including Bo c
Schembechler. However, an under-the-w
circumstances-amiable Michigan head p
coach was able to reflect calmly upon p
his team's 23-17 loss to Notre Dame at T
his weekly press luncheon yesterday.-
"They did to us this year what we did t
to them last year," said Schembechler,
adding that he was displeased with his l
team's inability to stop the Irish p
rushing attack - especially the running c
of Notre Dame fullback Larry Moriar- i
ty, who gained 116 yards. "They've
never been a fullback team. They
usually get a 25-yard game (out of the
fullback)."
THE WOLVERINE defense
allowed 278 net rushing yards, while the
Blue offense generated only 41 yards.
tDespite Notre Dame's obvious
domination, Schembechler said he
believed Michigan would win the game
Photo by BRIAN MASCK in its final fourth-quarter drive.
the Irish 30-yard "I thought we had it," he said. "That
sure would have been irony. if we had
won that game, because we had no
business even being there. Af we had
won, I would have told the team ,after-
ward that we deserved to win about as
433 39.4 49 much as they did two years ago (when
642 40.1 59 Notre Dame won, 29-27, on a last-
Goals second field goal)."
Schembechler sighted the noisy con-
29 30-39 40-49 50- Total ditions in Notre Dame Stadium as a
0-1 1-1 1-2 negative influence upon Michigan's
0-1 1-1 1-2 performance.
3-3 1-1 4-4 "WHAT BAFFLED me Saturday
SQuarters night was all the screw-ups, and then I
2 3 4 t/Avg BILLBOARD
6 7 17 37/18.5
10, 10 0 32/16.5 The University of Michigan Bicycle
Club is having its first meeting this
ensive evening at 8:00 p.m. at 1084 East
Engineering. Anyone interested is in-
LS Assts Total TFL* Yds vited to attend. For more information,
14 33
11 1- .19-1 e call Eric Berman at 764-4687.

'screw-ups'

ind out we couldn't hear anything out
here. We asked the ref to quiet the
crowd, and he wouldn't do it. Then we
were called on that delay-of-game
penalty and they couldn't even hear the
plays. That penalty really killed us.
They couldn't hear a thing. You know
on that final timeout - we had yelled
ight end, not time out."
Michigan, at the Notre Dame 31-yard
ine, with time running out, was
penalized five yards on a delay-of-game
call forcing the second-and-eleven pass
nterception which quelled the.
Wolverine's last-chance drive.
Looking ahead, Schembechler had

nothing but praise for this week's op-
ponent, UCLA. Michigan beat the
Bruins, 33-14, in last year's Bluebonnet
Bowl.
"We're really going to have to push
for this game," he said. "(UCLA) is a
much stronger team then we encoun-
tered at the Bluebonnet Bowl. They
could be in the top five (teams in the
country) - at least in the top 10.
The Wolverines came out of the game
relatively healthy, with only a bother-
some groin pull incurred by Anthony
Carter just before halftime. Carter's
status for the UCLA game is being
evaluated on a day-to-day basis.

Daily P
Notre Dame safety Dave duerson seals Michigan's defeat by wrestling the ball from Vince Bean att
line. Duerson's theft came with 2:08 remaining and thwarted the final Wolverine drive.
Michigan Grid Statistics

Team

Carter ............... 2
ARMSTRONG...:....4
ARRETT............ 2
S. Smith ............. 22
MICHIGAN ......... 91
Opponents ..,........89

15
13
2
-4
311
371

7.5
3.3
1.0
-.18
3.4
4.2

0f
0f
1

11
7
2.
12

MICHIGAN ......... 11
Opponents...........16
Field

Total First Downs .........
Rushing .............
Passing ................
Penalty ................ .
Total Net Yards .........
* Total Plays .... ...
Avg. Per Play ........
Avg. Per Game ..........
Net Rushing Yards ........
Total Attempts .. ..
Avg. Per Play ........
Avg. Per Game..........
Net Passing Yards .........
Att/Comp/Int .........
Avg. Per Attempt ........
Avg. Per Comp......,....
Avg. Per Game..........
Punts/Yds/Avg............
Punt Ret/Yds/Avg .......
KO Ret/Yds/Avg. ......
* nt/Yds/Avg...........
Fumbles/Lost ...........
Penalties/Yards ........
Scoring
Total Pts/Avg ...........
Touchdowns .............
Rushing ...............
Passing ............
Returns ...............
PAT's/Att...............
2-Pt. Conv./Att...........
Field Goals/Att..........
Third Down Conv/Att......
Success Pct .............

MICH.
38
19
11
8
604
131
4.6
302.0
311
91
3.4
155.5
293
40/24/3
7.3
12.2
146.5
11/433/39.4
5/98/19.6
7/157/22.4
1/14/14.0
5/4
5/32
37/18.5
5
3
1
.1
4/4
0/1'
1/2
6/23
.261

Opp.
39
24
15
0
709
150
4.7
354.5
371
89
4.2
185.5
338
61/35/1
5.5
9.7
169.0
16/642/40.1
5/7/1.4
5/87/17.4
3/0/0
4/1
15/147
32/16.0
3
3
0
0
2/3
0/0
4/4
9/32
.281

3 19
3 17

Passing

20-

Haji-Sheikh .........
MICHIGAN .........
Opponents...........

In accordance with the Program
Discontinuance Guidelines
B. E Frye,
Vice President for Academic Affairs
will hold a public forum
for members of the community
to comment on the proposed
recommendation to close the
Institute for the Study of Mental
Retardation and' Related Disabilities
Wednesday, September 22
2:00-3:30 p.m.
Regents Room,
Fleming Administration Building
Call Martha Hinman (764-9254)
for an appointment to speak

PA PC Int Pct. TD
S. SMITH.............40 24 3 .600 1
MICHIGAN ......... 40 24 3 .600 1
Opponents........... 61 35 1 .574 0
Receiving

Score by
1
MICHIGAN ..........7
Opponents........... 12
Deff

Dunaway ............
BEAN...............
Carter ...............
Ricks.............
GARRETT........
ROGERS...........
MICHIGAN .......
Opponents........

No.
9
6
3
3
2
1
24
35

Yds
84
98
44
13
15
39
293
338

Avg.
9.3
16.3
14.7
4.3
7.5
39.0
12.2
9.7

TD LP1
0 16
0 32 Name TKL
0 18 Girgash ............. 19

0 6 BOREN ............. 19 13 32 3 3
0 8 Burgel.............. 15 2 17
1 39 Bostic............... 12 3 15
SINCICH ............ 10 2 12 1 1
1 39 Thompson ........... 5 6 11 2 17
0 25 ROSE ............... 6 4 10
Body...............6 2 8
Carraway ........... 4 4 8
BROOKS............5 2 7 2 4
COCHRAN.......... 5 1 6
COOPER ............ 5 1 6
MEREDITH......... 3 2 5
ExP FG HASSEL ............3 - 3
ANDERSON......... 1 1 2
4-4 1-2 Lott .............2 - 2
DeFetice ............1 - 1 1 2
Interceptions

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Scoring
TDr* TDp
ROGERS....... .....I
Haji-Sheikh.......
Carter..............
Ricks...............1
S. SMITH ............ 1

TDo
1

x.: .. .

-9

Individual

MICHIGAN ..........3
Opponents........... 3

1 1
0 0

4-4
2-3

1-2
4-4

No Yds TD
COOPER............1 14 0

LP
14

Rushing
Att Yds
Ricks..,.............37 200
ROGERS............22 65
K. SMITH.......... 2 20

*TDr-rush TDp-pass TDo-other
Punting
No. Yds. Avg. Long
BRACKEN.......... 11 433 39.4 49

Avg. TD LP
5.4 1 19
3.0 1 11
10.0 0 16

Fumble Recoveries
Bostic - 1
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