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SPORTS
e10 Tuesday, October 5, 1982
Bo upset b fan reaction
30B WOJNOWSKI the fans - you can go into any hostile got," said Bo. "They've just been un- be available for duty this weekend.
stadium in the country and win. Whe fortunate, - they've made a few "He's got a contusion to his ribs
idway through his weekly press you're struggling that's when they mistakes at the wrong time." said team doctor Gerald O'Connor.
:heon, Bo Schembechler was should come to the fore." And even when the conversation don't think it's going to be too bad. It

I's

idenly interrupted by a tuxedoed
ung man bearing a bouquet of
ize-and-blue colored balloons. The
ompanying card read: "Go Blue, Go
- from your fans 'and admirers."
o, naturally, got a chuckle out of it.
11 be darned," he said with a growing
n. "They're not gonna blow up are
NDEED, Schembechler must be
ndering. With Michigan off to a
ggish 2-2 start this season, Bo's
aching tactics, as well as the play of
iior quarterback Steve Smith, have
ne under ever-increasing criticism.
d during last Saturday's 24-10
ilverine victory over Indiana, both
:eived unfriendly serenades from the
>wd - much to the chagrin of
hembechler.
'Isn't that sad?" responded Bo when
ninded of the boos. "If I was in my
unger days I'd go right out to the 50
d give 'em the finger.,
'When you're winning you don't need

THE TOPI6 of fan behavior came up
when someone told Bo that Michigan
State, whom the Wolverines face this
weekend, received equally mixed reac-
tions from Spartan fans. It seems that
State boosters alternately booed the
Spartan offense and cheered the defen-
se during last Saturday's 11-3 loss to
Notre Dame, a fact that really isn't all
that surprising to the Michigan head
coach.
"The Michigan State defense is the
strongest we've met so far, and that in-
cludes Notre Dame," said Schem-
bechler. "But the offense has had some
problems putting it together."
Though the Spartans will come to
town with an 0-4 record, Schembechler
is according the Green and White all the
respect a fierce intrastate rival usually
receives.
"IF THEY had our schedule they'd
probably have the same record we've

switched to the topic of the Big Ten race
Schembechler managed to squeeze in
another compliment for Michigan
State. "Illinois and Ohio State are for-
tunate," he said, "because they both
have a victory over Michigan State."
SCHEMBECHLER also touched
briefly upon the apparent weakening of
the Big Ten as a football conference this
season. "The Big Ten unfortunately is
in an area where interest in high school
football has waned," he said. "You'll
find players on Big Ten rosters from all
over the West, and that will continue to
rise."
With the apparently dangerous Spar-
tans up next, Michigan's injury
situation is beginning to trouble the
Wolverine head coach - not the least of
which is the status of All-America
flanker Anthony Carter. C.arter went
out of Saturday's game late in the first
half with a rib injury and did not return.
However, it appears now that the injury{
is not a severe one and that Carter will

a day-to-day thing. He was a lot better
Sunday than he was Saturday - I think
he'll be okay."
Defensive tackle Kevin Brooks, who
had moved into the starting slot, went
down with a knee injury on Saturday
and is definitely out for the State game.
The Michigan coaching staff is
awaiting the results of an arthroscopic
examination to determine how long he
will be out. Also unavailable this
weekend will be back-up defensive
tackle Vince DeFelice (fractured bone
in his hand), offensive tackle Ron
Prusa (knee) and fullback Gerald
Ingram (knee). Freshman wide
receiver Gilvani Johnson pulled a
muscle in practice last week and his
status is still questionable.
Schembechler singled out strong
safety Keith Bostic and guard Stefan
Humphries for their performances
against the Hoosiers, naming them
defensive and offensive champions of
the week.

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
A grimmating Bo Schembechler ponders his Wolverines' slow seasonal start
before Saturday's 24-10 victory over Big Ten rival Indiana.

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Team

BILLING ..........
CIRCULATION ....
CLASSIFIED ...... .
DISPLAY ......... .
NEW S .. . . . . . . . . . . .
SPORTS . . . . ... .

764-0550
764-0558
764-0557
764-0554
764-0552
763-0375

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/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 Pct..........

M
79
48
22
9
1353
284
4.8
338.3
829
197
4.2
207.3
524
87/42/7
6.0
12.5
131.0
20/842/42.1
11/166/15.1
11/223/20.3
4/65/16.3
10/5
11/92
88/22.0
11
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Opp.
83
35
46
2
1387
302
4.6
346.8
509
165
3.1
127.3
878
137/79/4
6.4
11.1
219.5
27/1000/37
8/21/2.6
7/165/23.6
7/51/7.3
10/4
22/203
73/18.3
8
5
3
0
7/8
0/0
6/6
23/64
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S. Smith ..............43 127
Rice................ 14 64
K. Smith ............. 4 27
Carter ...............32 24
Armstrong...........4 13
Garrett ........ 3 10
PASSING
PA PC
S. Smith ............. 87 42

3.0
4.6
6.8
8.0
3.3
3.3

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0
0
0

:7
13
16
11
7
8

SCORE BY QUARTERS

Int Pct. TD
7 .483 2

- t 1
MICHIGAN ........17
Opponents.......... 12

2
30
24

°3
17
27

4 T/Avg
24 88/24.0
10, 73/18.34

20-29 30-39 40-4950- Total
Haji-Sheikh........ 0-1 3-4 1-1 4-6

FIELD GOALS

RECEIVING

DEFENSIVE

No.
Dunaway .............. 13
Carter............... 11
Bean ................. 7
Ricks ................3
Rogers...............2
Garrett ............... 2
Rice................. 2
S.Johnson............. I
Kattus..............1

Yds
130
167
117
13
42
15
13
15
12

Avg.
10.0
15.2
16.7
4.3
21.0
7.5
6.5
15.0
12.0

TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

LP
16
23
32
6
39
8
10
15
12

Tkls
Boren................39
Girgash .............. 38
Thompson...........17
Bostic..............21
Burgei..............19
Sincich.............16
Brooks................ 9
Carraway ............10
Hassel............... 6
Roser................ 7
Body................7
Lott................8
Cooper.............. 7
Meredith ........4
Cochran.............5S
Anderson ............. 1
Hewlett .............1
DFelie.............I1

Assts Total TFL*
25 64 3
21 59
14 31 5
4 25 1
5 24
3 19 4
5 14 5
4 14 1
6 12 1
5 12
3 10
2 10
2 9
3 7
1 6
1 2
1 2
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Yds
34
38
f,

SCORING

TDr TDp TDo

Ulbr Eiiclitgn at 1

Haji-Sheikh.........
Ricks ................ 3
S. Smith .............. 3
Carter ................
Rogers ............... 1
Rice.................. 1

ExP TP
10-10 22.
18
18
12
12
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INDIVIDUAL

PUNTING
No. Yds. Avg. Long
Bracken............. 20 842 42.1 58

No Yds TD LP
Cooper...................2 14 0 14
Bostic..................... 1 51 0 51
Lott ..................... 1 0 0 14,
FUMBLE RECOVERIES:
Body.......................... ......,.2
Bostic ....................................... i
Carraway................... ............. . 1
'Tackles for Loss

RUSHING
Att Yds Avg.
Ricks ................86 422 4.9
Rogers .............40 142 3.6

TD LP
3 23
1 16

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