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The Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Tuesday, October 19, 1982

Bo predicts tough
road ahead for Blue

Michigan Grid Statistics

Team

Individual
Rushing'

Rogers............. 3
Garrett.............. 2
S. Johnson ........... 1
Kattus .............. 1
Nelson ..............1i

47
15
15
12
4

15.7
7.5
15.0
12.0
4.0

0
0
0
0

39
8
15
12
4

Page 9
Field Goals
20-29 30-39 40-49 50-}~ Total
Haji-Sheikh ......... 2-2 0-1 4-5 1-1 7-9
Returns

By BOB WOJNOWSKI
In a wacky Big Ten season that has
sen Northwestern beat Minnesota,
Wisconsin beat Ohio State and
everybody beat Michigan State,
Michigan head coach Bo Schembechler
is happy to be where he is - undefeated
(40 Big Ten, 4-2 overall) and all- alone
in first place in the Big Ten.
"Right now, there are nine teams
hoping to get us - we're the only one
that hasn't lost," said Schembechler at
his weekly press luncheon yesterday.
"We couldn't ask for any better position
right now. But, there's a long way to go
-= a long way."

riding along undefeated and then boom,
boom, they're out of it. That North-
western loss probably took something
out of them."
That Northwestern team also hap-
pens to be Michigan's opponent this
Saturday, so Schembechler was more
than complimentary about a Wildcat
team that is 2-5 on the year, with a vic-
tory over Northern Illinois in addition
to Minnesota.
THEY'VE GOT a good offense,
they're very definitely improved over-
last year," said the Wolverine head.
coach. "We don't want to take them,
lightly, they're capable of beating;
anyone."-
The Wildcats have relied heavily this
season on the throwing arm of fresh-
man quarterback Sandy Schwab and
Schembechler expects to see the ball in
the air again this weekend, as well as
the next weekend, as well as
the next weekend and the next . ..
"There will- be 200 passes thrown
against us in the next four games," he
said. "We've got Northwestern, Min-
nesota, Illinois, and Purdue, and
they're all going to throw the ball."
ONE PERSON who threw the ball
well during last Saturday's 29-7 win
over Iowa was Wolverine quarterback
Steve Smith, who completed 13 of 24
passes for 172 yards and earned the
praise of his coach.
"I thought he played a helluva
game," said Schembechler. "He might
have had about two bad plays, that's it.
"We didn't run him a lot, that was by
design. I don't want him running a lot,"
he continued, referring to the fact that
Smith carried the ball only three times
in the game.
TUOUGH RE was obviously pleased
with the victory over the Hawkeyes,
Schembechler nevertheless found the
customary black cloud in the silver
lining.
"We gotta play better," he said. "I
think we played pretty good defensively
but offensively we didn't block as well
as I might have liked. Give some credit
to Iowa, they're a pretty good team."
The best of the Michigan defensive
contingent was cornerback Jerry
Burgei, who was named the team's
defensive champion of the week.
Tailback Lawrence Ricks, who rushed
for 120 yards, was the offensive cham-
pion. The only debilitating injury suf-
fered by a Wolverine was a knee injury
incurred by backup tackle Bob
Popowski. His status for the rest of the
season is uncertain.
Cornerback John Lott, who suffered a
forearm fracture two weeks ago and
didn't make the trip to Iowa, will return
to practice this week and may see some
playing time against the Wildcats.
Defensive tackle Kevin Brooks, who
went out with a knee injury in the In-
diana game, will start running again
this week and could see action as early
as next week. Backup tight end Eric
Kattus is still suffering from recurring
inflammation of the knee and is out for
this week's game and possibly the
.se n.

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.......

119
72
38
9
2197
425
5.2
366.2
1319
294
4.5
219.8
878
131/65/7
6.7
13.5
146.3
30/1220/40.7
17/305/17.9
14/275/19.6
5/65/13.0
13/7
19/171
148/24.7
18
12
5
1
17/17
0/1
7/9
35/81
.432

Opp.
122
43
75
4
2002
452
4.4
333.7
607
232
2.6
101.2
1395
220/132/5
6.3
10.6
232.5
40/1545/38.6
11/24/2.2
13/281/21.6
7/51/7.3
16/8
31/272
97/16.2
11
6
5
0
8/9
1/2
7/7
39/99
.394

Ricks ...............
Rogers...........
. Smith..........
K. Smith..........
Rice .................
Garrett..............
Carter...........
Armstrong ........
Mercer ..............
S. Johnson.........

Att
123
57
54
16
24
8
3
5
3
1

Yds
637
227
154
106
100
36
24
17
15
3

Avg.
5.2
4.0
2.9
6.6
4.2
4.5
8.0
3.4
5.0
3.0

TD
4
3
4
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

LP
28
22
37
28
13
14
11
7
9
3

MICHIGAN 65 878 13.5
Opponents........... 132 1395 10.6
Scoring

5
5

61
46

TDr TDp TDo

FG
7-9

Haji-Sheikh.......
Ricks ............... 4
Rogers .............. 3
S. Smith ............. 4
Carter ............
Bean.............
Dunaway............
Rice................. I
'Team'............

1
2
1
1

TP
38
24
24
24
18
6
6
6
2

PR/Yds/Avg./LP
Carter ......... 9/195/21.7/72
Rogers ........
S. Johnson ..
Hassel........
Nelson ......
K. Smith.
Cooper.........7/73/10.4/19
Rose ...........1/37/37.0/37

KOR/Yds/Avg/1.
6/163/27.2/48,
3/68/22.7/25
2/22/11.0/12-
1/11/11.0/11
1/0/0.0/0

1

Passing

Total Offense

PA PC 1
S. Smith..............131 65
Receiving

Int
7

Yds TD
878 5

MICHIGAN ......... 12 5
Opponents ........... 6 5
TDr-rush TDp-pass

1 7-9
0 7-7
TD o-other

148
97

S. Smith ..........
Ricks ...........

Rush Pass
154 878
637

Carter ...............
Dunaway ............
Bean ................
Ricks............
Rice.................

No.
19
19
12
4
3

Yds.
351
206
191
17
20

Avg.
18.5
10.8
15.9
4.3
6.7

TD
2
1
1
0
0

LP
61
20
32
6
10

All-Purpose

Total/Avg.
1032/172.0
637/106.2
Total/Avg.
733/122.2
654/109.0

Punting
No. Ydr. Avg. Long
Bracken.............30 1220 40.7 58

Yardage Rush
Carter ..... 24
Ricks ..... 637

Rec KOR PR
351 163 195
17

Score by Quarters

MICHIGAN.............24 56 30 38
Opponents..............12 27 27 31

Tot/Avg.
148/24.7
97/16.2

Burgei
. , defensive champion

.AND TO MAKE it that distance
4ithout a loss, the Wolverines will have
tp avoid some of the shocking pitfalls
that F have felled other conference
squads.
"I'm surprised a lot of things have
happened," said Bo. "Minnesota's
GRIDDE PICKSI
' And just when you thought you had to
have hair on your chest to win Griddes
..Julie Hatch, of Thom pson Street'
niade the mAe competition ok silly by
posting a shocking 17-3 record. To make
matters worse, Michelle Sadler took
second-place from those beer-drinking,
tire-squealing brutes who belch a lot
and think they can always beat women
in Griddes.
Take a shot at.getting the women out
of the newspaper and back in the kit-
cJlen. Bring your picks to the Daily of-
flees by midnight Friday. Include
name, address, phone number, and the
score of the Michigan game. Winner
gets a small one-item pizza from Pizza
Bob's.
1. MICHIGAN at Northwestern
(pick score)
2. Illinoisat Wisconsin
3. Ohio State at Indiana
4. Purdue at Michigan State
a. Iowa at Minnesota
6. Pitt at Syracuse
7. Georgia at Kentucky
8 SMU at Texas
9: Missouri at Nebraska
10: Arkansas at Houston
14, Penn State at West Virginia
12. South Carolina at LSU
30 Harvard at Princeton
144 Maryland at Duke
15,. Chattanooga at Jacksonville State
16; Colgate at Rutgers
17: Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois
18 Bowdoin at Coast Guard
194 Slippery Rock at Lock Haven State
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SPORTS WATCH!
WITH EVERY PURCHASE
OF A WARM-UP
BEFORE OCTOBER 31ST
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