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SPO RTS
Tuesday, October 12, 1982

The Michigan Daily
___________ ____________

Page 9

Upsets tighten race for the roses

By BARB BARKER
Somebody sure must have cleaned up
last weekend.
If there ever was a time to bet against
the Big Ten pre-game point spreads,
last Saturday was it. Wisconsin blanks
Ohio State, Northwestern stuns Min-,
nesota and Indiana finished two yards
away from upending Iowa.
THE CONFERENCE race is heating
up, and Michigan coach Bo Schem-
bechler, whose team was the only Big
Ten squad to escape the weekend
without a scare, feels that there is no
school in the Big Ten that possess a
clear shot at the Pasadena ticket.
"I don't think Illinois is the one team
to beat any more than Iowa, Ohio State
or even Wisconsin is for that matter,"
said Schembechler at his weekly press
luncheon yesterday. "Any time two Big
Ten opponents take the field an6y team
can win. . . I don't think there's a con-
ference game you can count on to be
easy."
"There were a lot of changes this
weekend," he continued. "Now Ohio
State has to win at Illinois."
SCHEMBECHLER had nothing but
praise for the Wildcat's 31-21 victory
over Minnesota.
"They knocked Minnesota right out of
the race," he said. "They got some
good people. (Of fensive tackle Chris)
Hinton will be a number one draft
choice."~
As far as last weekend's Michigan
State confrontation, Schembechler still
thinks the Spartans are a strong team.
"WE FELT WE had to do some

things to open them up," he said. "We
didn't want to go in there with the idea
of battering them into submission. I
think that's what Notre Dame and Ohio
State thought, but they couldn't do it.
We took a different approach, so we
rolled out, used a little option and
passed a little. Offensively, this was
our best gave against a good deiense.
No other team has been able to move on
them."
Wolverine quarterback Steve Smith,
who completed 10 of 20 pass attempts
for 182 yards and two touchdowns,

against the Spartans, was named the
game's offensive champion.
"Steve rose to the occasion against
Michigan State playing his best game of
the year for us," Schembechler said.
"Steve ran, passed and showed the
leadership qualities you need to have a
great quarterback. This game is a
great stepping stone for Steve to build
on."
IOWAHEAD coach Hayden Fry also
had praise for Smith's performance
saying he thought the junior helmsman

is the best combination quarterback ih
the country.
Inside linebacker Mike Boren
received the team's defensive cham-
pion award. The 6-3, 228-pound junior
had 12 solo tackles and five assists.
'Mike was in a lot of plays making hits
from sideline to sideline," said defen-
sive coordinator Gary Moeller. "He
showed us how good an inside
linebacker he is, and he is improving
each week.'

Michigan Grid Statistics

Team

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Wolverine defensive backs John Lott (left) and Jerry Burgei put the crunch
on Michigan State tight end Terry Tucker during Michigan's 31-17 victory
Saturday.;Despite suffering a fractured left forearm later in the game, Lott
is probable for this weekend's contest against Iowa.

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 ......
ntjYds/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
100
61
30
9
1809
359
5.0
361.8
1103
252
4.4
220.6
706
107/52/7
6.6
13.6
141.2
25/1035/41.4
13/217/16.7
11/223/20.3
5/65/13.0
11/6
16/147
119/23.8
15
to
4
1
14/14
0/1
5/7
29/68
.426

Opp.
106
38
65
3
1735
383
4.5
347.0
560
195
2.9
112.0
1175
188/113/5
6.3
10.4
235.0
33/1271/38.5
9/25/2.8
11/253/23.0
7/5 1/7.3
13/6
27/252
90/18.0
10
6
4
0
7/8
1/2
7/7
31/81
.383

S. Smith .............
K. Smith..........
Rice.................
Garrett..............
Carter ...............
Armstrong..........
S. Johnson.........

51
14
21
7
3
5.
1

154
97
91
34
24
17
3

3.0
6.9
4.3
4.9
8.0
3.4
3.0

4
0
0
0
0
0
0

37
28
13-
14
11
7
3

Passing

PA
S. Smith............. 107

PC Yds TD
52 706 4

Receiving

Carter...........
Dunaway.........
Bean.............
Ricks .............
Rogers ............
Garrett...........
Mice.............
S..iohnson........
Kattus...........
Nelson............

No.
16
16
8
3
2
2
2
1

Yds
290
168
134
13
42
15
15
12
4

Avg.
18.1
10.5
16.8
4.3
21.0
7.5
6.5
15.0
12.0
4.0

TD
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0

LP
61
LP
61
20
32
6
39
8
10
15
12
4

Boren.............
Girgash...........
Thompson........
Bostic.............
Burgei ..............
Sincich............
Hassel ..............
Rose..............
Brooks .............
Carraway .........
Cooper ............
Lott .............
Meredith.........
Body..............
Cochran..........
Anderson..........
Cohen............
Hlerrmann........
Hewlett..........
Lyles .............
Burgess..........
Hlammerstein ...
Mallory...........
Rodgers ............
DeFelice ..........
Lemirande ........

Tkls
51
44
19
23
23
18
8
11
9
10
9
9
6
8
5
2
2
2
2
2

Assts Total TFL
29 80 4
25 69 1
16 35 6
8 31 1
7 30
6 24 4
12 20 2
5 16
5 14 5
4 14 1
4 13
3 12
6 12 2
3 11
1 6
2 4
1 3
1 3
2 3
1 3
- 2
2 2
1 2
2 1
- t

Yds
5
8
40
Is-
I5
2
12
9
7
2
2

Field Goals
20-29 30-39 40-49 50- Total
Haji-Sheikh ......... 1-1 0-1 3-4 1-1 5-7
Defensive

SWAIT NUMBER ONE IOWA:
Stickers defeat Northern

Scoring

Hiaji-Sheikh .......
Ricks.............. 4
S. Smith............. 4
Carter ............
Rogers ............
Dunaway..........
Rice ..............1

W* TDp Exp FG TP
14-14 5-7 29
t 24
t 24
2 18
1 12
1 6
l 6

1
2

Interceptions

By DOUGLAS B. LEVY
The women's field hockey team cont-
inued its dominance over Michigan's
other universities, last Friday, as the
stickers defeated Northern Michigan.
41, to go with previous victories over
Michigan State and Central Michigan.
Perhaps the most significant aspect
of the win over Northern is that the
Wolverines (7-1) are now ranked 21st in
the nation. According to assistant coach
Laura Pieri, this is the first time ever
that a Michigan field hockey team has
been ranked in the top twenty-four.
They are also ranked fourth in the Mid-
west, behind; Iowa, Northwestern, and
Southwest Missouri.
AGAINST the Wildcats, goals were
*scored by sophomores Jamie, Fry and
Lisa Schofield, junior Kay McCarthy
and senior Marty Maugh. Although
Michigan appeared to dominate, the
Northern team drew praise for showing
improvement over last year's squad.
"They are a lot better than last
year," said junior co-captain Heidi Dit
chendorf. "Their stick-work has im-
proved, and they were challenging us
for the ball with more pressure than
*ast.year," she said.
Through the first eight games,
right link McCarthy leads the team in
scoring with twelve goals and five
assists, followed by Schofield, forward,
(nine and three),, senior halfback Dee
AP Top Twenty

Jones (seven assists), and halfback
Maugh (one and three).
ON DEFENSE, sophomore goalie
Jonnie Terry has been a standout only
allowing six goals, while recording 43

saves for a .876 percentage.
Solid performances by these players
and the rest of the team will be essen-
tial this coming Friday when Michigan
hosts Iowa. The Hawkeye's are curren-
tly 12-0 and ranked number one in the
nation.
"Iowa has depth; they have 11 good
players plus," said Pieri.
THE HAWKEYE'S are led by their
all-American goalie, Donna Lee, who
played in the National Sports Festival
last summer. However, Pieri has con-
fidence in Michigan goal keeper Terry.
"Iowa has excellent goal keeping, but I
think Jonnie is better."
The Iowa game is Friday afternoon at
4:00.

No Yds
Bostic ............... 2 51
Cooper .............2 14
Lott................ 1 0

TD
0
0
0

LP
51
14
0

Individual
Rushing

*TDr-rush TDp-pass
Punting
No. Yds. Avg. Long
Bracken.............25 1035 41.4 58

Fumble Recoveries
Body ...............2
Bostic............ 1
Carraway ........... t
Cooper..............1
Thompson...........1

Att Yds
Ricks..............105 517
Rogers.............. 45 166

Avg TD
4.9 4
3.7 1

LP
23
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4. Georgia (1) ............ 5-0-0
5. So. Methodist .......... 5-0-0
6. Nebraska ............. 4-1-0
7. Arkansas .............. 5-0-0
8. Penn State ............ 4-1-0
9. Notre Dame ........... 4-0-0
10. Arizona State .......... 6-0-0
11. North Carolina ........ 4-1-0
12. UCLA ................. 4-0-1
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