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SPORTS
Tuesday, September 28, 1982-

Page 9

The Michigan Daily.

OficiatI
By RON POLLACK
Bo Schembechler's mood was not
unlike the calm after the storm yester-
day during his weekly press luncheon.
Gone were Schembechler's theatrics
from Saturday afternoon when he
stormed onto the field to yell at a
referee and twice slam his cap to the
ground. The coach's ire had been
raised when he thought the officials
took too long to credit Michigan with its
last timeout in the waning seconds of
the Wolverines' 31-27 loss to UCLA.
When the ref finally did so, Schem-
bechler no longer wanted it.
HE WAS CALM and collected yester-
day, and while his face did not flush
with anger at mention of the game's of-
ficiating, Schembechler did have some
stinging words for the men in stripes.
"It was a terribly officiated game, for
both sides," said Schembechler.
From there, the 14-year Michigan
head coach went on to mock the game's
officials for not calling a penalty on him
for his on-the-field antics.
"THERE'S NO way any officiating
crew in control wouldn't have called a
penalty on me there," Schembechler
said. "I knew they wouldn't call one on
me, though. They were completely in
disarray. So I thought I'd tell them."
Bo was then struck down by a
momentary twinge of repentance and he
added, "Coaches should not be allowed
to do that."
This admission aside, Schembechler
was still not willing to , forgive the
referees for what he considered to be
numerous bad calls.
In addition to the controversial
timeout late in the game, Schembechler
rattled off a number of other calls that

ing ange
he took exception to.
IN THE SECOND quarter, Michigan
led 21-7 when Bruin quarterback Tom
Ramsey threw a pass to Jojo Townsell.
Townsell was credited with a catch and
went out of bounds at the Michigan one-
yard line, setting up UCLA's second
touchdown of the day.
"The ball was not caught," said
Schembechler. "Not only was he out of
bounds, but he didn't catch it. No part
of his body came down in bounds."
Schembechler was again irked when,
on the second play of the third quarter,
the Wolverines' Steve Smith had a pass
intended for Anthony Carter intercep-
ted. "They knocked Anthony down on
that interception," said Schembechler.
"I don't know if it would have been
caught, but it wouldn't have been inter-
cepted."
TRYING HIS best to be fair, Bo then
gave an example of how UCLA had
been hurt by the officiating. Schem-
bechler brought up a play in which the
Bruins' Ramsey threw a pass toward
tight end Paul Bergmann. Wolverine
Jerry Burgei batted down the pass, but
it looked like a clear case of pass inter-
ference. No flag was dropped.
"We knocked their tight end down
flat," admitted Schembechler. "(The
bad calls) went both ways."
The distasteful topic of the game's of-
ficiating out of the way, Schembechler
moved on to a subject of far greater en-
joyment to him - Anthony Carter.
THOUSANDS of adjectives have been
used to describe Carter in his four years
at Michigan, but it is doubtful whether
any can do justice to his performance
against UCLA. Schembechler tried his
best, however, when he described Car-
ter's last of eight catches, a diving

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finger-tip grab at the UCLA eight-yard
line with only :18 remaining in the
game.
"No man in the world can make that
catch," said Schembechler. "I don't
know how he did that."
Particularly impressive about Car-
ter's performance was the fact that he
had been kept out of practice all week
because of a groin injury suffered during
the previous week's Notre Dame
game. But the senior's post-game
health also gave his coach reason to
smile.
"HE CAME OUT of the game in pret-
ty good shape." said Schembechler. "I
don't anticipate any problem there."
If there was a problem with Carter's
play in the game, it was that it may
have been too spectacular for quarter-

back Smith's own good. "That mightL,
have given Smith some false security,".
said Schembechler. "When Anthony's
hot like that, just get it near him."
The end result of this "false sense of
security," was that Smith threw more
than one ill-advised pass, three of which,
were intercepted. "In some cases, he -
tries to force the ball a little," said
Schembech ler.
SMITH ONLY completed 14 of 37
passes, but Schembechler is far from .
giving up on his junior signal-caller.
"He had some spots against UCLA
where he was terrible, but he also had>
some good spots," said Schembechler..
"There were times where he was
brilliant. On the two drives we scored
touchdowns, he was brilliant."

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Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Bo Schembechler voices his opinion to an official during the
Wolverines' 31-27 loss to UCLA. Michigan's head coach said he was upset
over several of the referees' calls on Saturday.

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Rushing..... ....
Passing ............
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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..........
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~ut/Yds /Avg.........
Punt Ret/Yds/Av ..........
KO Ret/Yds/Avg. .........
Int/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 Pet..........

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19
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962
212
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320.7
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135
165.0 -
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12.3
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1061
231
4.6
353.7
412
133
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649
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6.6
11.4
216.3
22/847/38.5
7/15/2.1
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6/51/8.5
6/2
20/193

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Duna way..........
Bean ................
Ricks............
Rogers...........
Garrett ..............
Rice.................
Kattus ..............
MICHIGAN.......
Opponents........

No. Yds Avg.
11 167 15.2
10 88 8.8
7 117 16.7
3 13 4.3
2 42 21.0
2 15 7.5
2 13 6.5
1 12 12.0

TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
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LP
23
16
32
6
39
8
10
12
39
46

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Assts Total TFL* Yds.
21 53 3 3
19 48
9 22 5 38
4 20 1 1
4 19
2 15 3 13
4 12 4 10
4 11
4 10
2 8.
2 8
1 7
1 6
6 6
2 5
1 2
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1. Washington (25)......
2. Pitt (19) .............
3. Penn State (7)........
4. Florida (1).........
5. Alabama (4) .........
6. Georgia (1) ............
7. So. Methodist (1)......
8. Nebraska.............
9. UCLA (1).............
10. Arkansas............
11. Notre Dame., .......
12. North Carolina.......
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14. West Virginia.......
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16. Southern Cal.........
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19. Minnesota............
20. Auburn ................

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MICHIGAN ......... 17
Opponents ........... 22

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Rogers ............. 28
S. Smith ........:.... 32
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76 2.7
62 1.9
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