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The*Michigan Daily.
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SPORTS
Tuesday, October 26, 1982

Page 9

ByJ30B WOJNOWSKI
Bo Schembechler did not deny that
Noithwestern quarterback Sandy Sch-
wab did indeed pass the Michigan
backup defense silly during the second
if of the Wolverines' 49-14 romp on
aturday.
Nor did he downplay the numbers
that Schwab put together: 71 attempts,
45 completions, 436 yards.
WHAT RANKLED Bo yesterday was
something that has rankled him more
than once this season - the officiating
and the rules that allow such passing
histrionics to be achieved.
"Don't ask me to rush the passer
hen the other team is allowed to grab
y men to make sure they don't,"
complained Schebechler at his weekly
press luncheon yesterday. "The rules-
makers have allowed linemen to use
their hands and the officials have
allowed them to hold. So now what you
have is guys going back and throwing
the ball because you can't rush them.
You get tackled every time you go in.
After the season, we'll have discussions
on the rules, and probably on officiating
"Nobody is rushing the ball on us,' he

continued. "The first guy that runs the
ball through there for 15 yards, I'll run
out and shake his hand.'
Most of the Wildcats' passing yar-
dage came in the second half with the
Wolverine starting unit on the bench,
which brought up another problem for
Schembechler to worry about.
WE HAVEN'T been playing the four-

rules
th period for the last three weeks now,"
said Bo. "These other guys are going
head-to-head down to the wire, pulling
games out. If we get into a tight game,
that's to their advantage."
With Minnesota and passing whiz
Mike Hohensee coming to town this
weekend, the Michigan defensive
secondary can expect another busy af-
ternoon. But Schembechler hinted that

irk Schembechler

his own offense might take to the air a
little more -specifically, to All-
American flanker Anthony Carter.
"Anthony right now is in the best
shape he's been in all year," said the
Wolverine head man. "And in the next
four games, I think he'll explode. Only
one thing has to be done with Anthony,
we've got to get him the ball - which
we haven't done.
THE MAN responsible for getting
Carter the ball, quarterback Steve
Smith, went a long way toward proving
that he may finally be able to do just

that by completing 10 of 12 passes for
three touchdowns in just one half of ac-
tion against the Wildcats. "He only
threw one bad pass out of 12," said
Schembechler. "Earlier, I think he was
pressing a little, plus we didn't have
Anthony at full speed. Right now he'
calm and keeping himself under con-
trol."
"But it doesn't make any difference,'
continued Bo. "Our offense will get
enough points. Defense will make the
difference."

The Wolverines will be almost com-
pletely healthy for this week's game
against the Gophers. Defensive tackle
Kevin Brooks, who has been out with a
knee injury for about three weeks now,
will return to practice this week, as will
fullback Jerald Ingram, who is yet to
play this season because of a knee in-
jury. Tailback Rick Rogers broke a
finger in the Northwestern game and
receiver Vince Bean dislocated a finger
but both will practice at full strength
this week.

SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y:

'M' harriers still on top

Schenbechler Smith
... hope to open up offense

Michigan Grid Statistics

Team

Passing
PA PC
S. Smith..............143 75
Hall ................. 10 4

Total First Downs .....
Rushing ..........
Passing ..........
Penalty..........
*tal Net Yards ..
Total Plays..........
Avg. Per Play .......
4vg. Per Game......
Net Rushing Yards ....
Total Attempts ....
vg. Per Play ...
Avg. Per Game ...
NetPassing Yards.....
Att/Comp/Int .......
Avg. Per Attempt....
Avg. Per Comp.....
* Avg. Per Game..
Punts/Yds/Avg.
* ut Ret/Yds/Av ......
KQ Ret/Yds/Avg ......
Int/Yds/Avg..........
Fiinbles/Lost .........
Pegalties/Yards .......
Scoring
Total Pts/Avg........
Touchdowns......
Rushing ........
Passing ........
Returns ...........
PAT's/Att ........
2-Pt. Conv./Att.......
Th)rd Down Conv/Att.
Success Pct..........

M
146
87
49
10
2708
499
5.4
386.9
1602
346
4.6
228.9
1106
153/79/7
7.2
14.0
158.0
31/1255/40.5
19/313/16.5
17/357/21.0
7/133/19.0
13/7
24/199
197/28.1
25
15
8
2
24/24
0/1
42/93
.452

OPp.
152
48
98
6
2464
539
4.6
352.0
633
248
2.6
90.4
1831
291/177/7
6.3
10.3
261.6
44/1735/39.4
11/24/2.2
18/334/18.6
7/51/7.3
18/9
38/349
111/15.9
13
8
5
0
10/11
1/2
50/116
.431

Int Yds TD
7 1081 8
0 25 0

Punting
No. Yds. Avg. Long
Bracken ............. 31 1255 40.5 58

By JIM DAVIS ,
Another first place finish was
registered by the Michigan men's
cross-country team. At the Indiana In-
vitational Saturday, the Wolverines
outran a 7-team field which included
the defending NCAA Champion Texas-
El Paso.
The Wolverines have won all four
meets in which they competed this
season.
"BRIAN DIEMER and Gerard
Donakowski looked super in the race,"
said MMichigan coach Ron Warhurst.
"Knowing that several members of the
University of Texas-El Paso were run-
ning in the race, they were a little in-
timidated prior to the start.
"But now that they have seen they can
run with these guys, their confidence
levels have soared."
Diemer finished third with a time of
24:20, followed five seconds and one
place later by Donakowski, a senior.
Jim Schmidt and Bill O'Reilly tied for
seveth at 24:52.
The Indiana course will serve as the
sight of this year's NCAA Champion-
ships, thus giving Michigan a first-hand
look at the eight-kilometer trail. "It's a
pretty tough course, with a lot of

uphill," said Diemer, a junior. He ad-
ded that the team has done quite a bit of
training on uphill courses around Ann
Arbor.
The harriers return to action this
Saturday as they travel to Purdue for
the Central Collegiate Championships.
Stickers rip Toledo
Victory follows victory for the
Michigan women's field hockey team.
This was the case as the Wolverines
dominated the Toledo Rockets last
Saturday, winning 5-1 and extending
their record to 10-2.
"Toledo has an entirely different
game plan from all of the other teams
that we play," said assistant coach
Laura Pieri. "They just slam the ball
up field, and blast as many shots on goal
as possible."
TOLEDO scored first, but

theWolverines adjusted their plan of at-
tack and dominated the rest of the way.
"The girls bounced back and handled
Toledo very well," said head coach
Candy Zientek.
Senior forward Sara Forrestel led the
Wolverines by scoring three goals. This
season Forrestel has seven goals and
one assist. She has 27 career goals.
This afternoon at 4:00, Michigan
hosts Toledo in a return match.
This week is the culmination of the
field hockey season and Zientek is not
concerned that her team will suffer a,
letdown. -DOUGLAS B. LEVY

MICHIGAN ......... 153 79 7 1106 8
Opponents........... 291 177 7 1831 5

MICHIGAN..........31
Opponents............44

1255 40.5 58
1735 39.4 59

Returns

Re
Carter...............
Dunaway ............
Bean............
Ricks.............
Rogers............
Garrett...............
Rice ..............
Nelson...........
S. Johnson........
Kattus ..............
Mercer ..............

ceiving
No. Yds
22 430
22 235
15 259
5 41
3 47
3 23
3 20
2 12
2 31
1 12
1 -4

Avg.
19.5
10.7
17.3
8.2
15.7
7.7
6.7
6.0
15.5
12.0
-4.0

TD
4
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0

LP
61
20
38
24
39
8
10
8
16
12
-4

Carter.....
Rogers ...
S. Johnson.
Hassel ....
Nelson ....
K. Smith
Cooper ....
Rose ......
MICHIGAN
Opponents.

PR/Yds/Avg/LP
10/200/20.0/72
8/76/9.5/19
1/37/37.0/37
19/313/16.5/72
11/24/2.2/6

KOR/Yds/Avg/LP
7/196/28.0/48
3/68/22.7/25
3/57/19.0/35
2/25/12.5/14
1/0/0.0/0

17/357/21.0/48
18/334/18.6/65

MICHIGAN .........
Opponents.........

79 1106 14.0
177 1831 10.3

8 61
5 46

Scoring
TDr TDp TDo

Field Goals
20-29 30-39 40-49 504 Total
Hlaji-Sheikh.......... 2-2 0-1 4-5 1-1 7-9

FG
7-9

Haji-Sheikh.........
S. Smith............. 6
Carter ...............
Ricks ............... S
Rogers .............. 3
Dunaway ............
Bean ................
Bostic .............
Rice................. 1
'Team............

4 1
2
1

TP
45
36
30
30
24
12
6
6
6
2
197
111

MICHIGAN ......... 2-2 0-1
Opponents..........2-2 4-4

4-5 1-1 7-9
1-1 7-7

Total Offense

Rush
S. Smith ............225
Ricks ..............682

Pass
1081

Total/Avg.
1306/186.6
682/97.4

Score by Quarters

All-Purpose

E
F
c
A
c

1 2 3 4
MICHIGAN ................31 91 37 38
Opponents .................12 27 27 4
Individual
Rushing
Att Yds Avg.7
Risks ...............136 682 5.0
Rogers .............. 60 240 4.0
S. $mith ............. 63 225 3.6
K. Smith...........23 163 7.1
Riee............... 26 107 4.1
Mercer .............. 18 86 4.8
Carter ............... 4 39 9.8
Garett.............. 8 36 4.5
Armistrong .......... 7 21 3.0
S. Johnson ........... 1 3 3.0

Tot/Avg.
18 197/28.1
5 111/15.9

MICHIGAN .........
Opponents.........

15
8

8
5

2
0

7-9
7-7

Rush
Carter..........39
Ricks..........682

Rec KOR PR
430 196 200
41

TDr-rush TDp-pass

TDo-other

TD
5
3
6
0
0
0
0
0

LP
28
22
37
28
13
18
15
14
7
3

MICHIGAN........

Total/Avg
865/123.6
723/103.3

346 1602 4.6 15 37

Opponents............248 633 2.6 8 37
AnT) r.. T.A.AM

AY 1lOp lWt
1 Pitt (21) ...............
2. Washington (28) .......
3. Georgia (3) ............
4.SMU (2)..............
5. Arkansas (4)........
6. Nebraska .............
7. Arizona St.............
8. Penn St................
9. Alabama ..............
10. North Carolina.......
it UCLA .................
12. Southcrn Cal........
13.LSU...................
15. Clemson ...........
16. Miami, Fla..... .....
17. Oklahoma .............
18. West Virginia.......
19. Auburn...........
20. MICHIGAN .........

U £ -

6-0-0
7-0-0
7-0-0
7-0-0
6-0-0
6-1-0
7-0-0
6-1-0
6-1-0
5-1-04
6-0-1
5-1-0
5-0-1
5-1-0
5-1-1
5-2-0
5-2-0
5-2-0
6-1-0
5-2-0

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1,105
1,010
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610
542
401
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286
194
135
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