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Big Ten Stats

The Michigan Daily-Thursday, Decen

It took a miracle
Crazy finish gives Bruins roses

RUSHING OFFENSE

V. Broadnax, Ohio St. 60 317 5.3 5
K. Smith, Michigan.. 45 368 8.2 2
D. Beverly, Illinois .. 65 347 5.3 1
PASSING
EFFICIENCY

Michigan .........
Ohio State.........
Wisconsin.........
Iowa ...........
Illinois .. . ...... ... ..
Indiana .............
Purdue .............
Michigan State.....
Minnesota..........
Northwestern ........

Yds TD Yds/G
2466 23 274.0
2106 24 263.2
1989 18 221.0
1594 17 1992
1256 13 139.6
1137 11 126.3
1116 11 124.0
1035 13 115.0
990 9 110.0
522 9 58.0

By BARB BARKER
If UCLA head coach Terry Donahue
didn't believe in miracles before this
year's Pac-Ten championship race, he
does now.
Whereas Michigan captured its Rose
Bowl invitation a week early this
season, the Bruins received their bid a
week late. Three weeks ago the Bruins
realized that nothing short of a miracle
could lead them to a post-season
Pasadena appearance. Not only did
UCLA have to win its season finale
against intrastate rival USC, but
Washington and Arizona had to lose to
their state competitors.

The Bruins slid past the Trojans, 20-
19, and lowly Washington State blanked
the Huskies 24-0 three weeks ago.. The
following week Arizona squashed
the Sun Devil's chance.to appear for the
first time ever in the Rose Bowl with a
28-18 upset.
"I guess you could say I believe in
them (miracles) now," said Donahue
after the Arizona winr. "This is cer-
tainly the first one that has ever hap-
pened to me."
Although New Year's Day won't mark
the first time UCLA has appeared in the
post-season Big Ten-Pac Ten matchup
in Pasadena, the Bruins certainly can

M. Tomczak, Ohio St.
S. Smith, Michigan ..
T. Eason, Illinois ....
C. Long, Iowa...
B. Laufenberg, Iowa.
S. Campbell, Purdue.
R. Wright, Wisconsin
S. Schwab. Northw'sn
M. Hohensee, Mnn...
J. Leister, Mich. St...

Att
127
160
354
167
299
331
241
351
301
197

Cmp
71
86
222 1
106
178
181
128
199
173 :
96

Pet
55.91
53.75
62.71
63.47
59.53
54.68
53.11
56.70
57.48
48.73

Int
4
8
9
6
12
9
10
16
16
6

45.3
40.9
38.6
TD
8
12
16
6
11
11
8
11
9
3

It's been my experience
that the team that lost the last
game has a definite
psychological advantage.
Michigan should be psyched
for the game. If our football
team is good enough to beat
them a second time, that
would be quite an accom-
plishment I think. '
-UCLA head coach
Terry Donahue

PASSING OFFENSE

Illinois .............
Northwestern.....
Purdue...........
Indiana ............
Minnesota........
Wisconsin........
Ohio State........
Michigan State .....
Iowa ...............
Michigan.........

Att
355
374
336
312
329
251
154
284
179
175

Cmp Yds/G
222 297.8
209 273.6
182 246.4
186 242.6
186 211.1
133 193.0
83 184.2
145 178.4
110 155.4
93 153.2

"SMELL THE ROSES"

TOTAL OFFENSE

UCLA
.All-Conference
FIRST TEAM
Wide Receiver Cormac Carney.
Quarterback Tom Ramsey. Ramsey
also shared Pac Ten Player of the Year
honors with Stanford quarterback John
Elway.
Defensive lineman Karl Morgan.
MICHIGAN
ALL-CONFERENCE
FIRST TEAM
Wide receiver Anthony Carter. Car-
ter also has been accorded All-
American honors.
Defensive back Keith Bostic.
Center Tom Dixon.
Offensive guard Stefan Humphries.
Offensive tackle Rich Strenger.
Tailback Lawrence Ricks.
Linebacker Paul Girgash.
Linebacker Robert Thompson.

Yds TD Yds/G

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say they're familiar with their
Michigan opponents.
The two teams met last New Year's
Eve in the Bluebonnet bowl, where the
Bruins were humbled 33-14. UCLA
travelled all the way to Ann Arbor to
return the favor early this season and
came away with a 31-27 fourth-quarter
victory.
Despite his success in Ann Arbor,
Donahue does not under-estimate the
capabilities of the Wolverines.
"It's been my experience that the
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said. "Michigan should be psyched for
the game. If our football team is good
enough to beat them a second time, that
would be quite an accomplishment I
think."
Whether or not UCLA will attain such
an "accomplishment" may depend
largely on Michigan's ability to prevent
the passing attack of Bruins' offensive
MVP Tom Ramsey. In the early-season
matchup in Michigan Stadium, the 6-0
188 pounder, completed 22 of 36 pass at-
tempts for 311 yards and two touch-
downs.
Ramsey, who shared Pac Ten player-
of-the-year honors with Stanford quar-
terback John Elway, completed 191 of
311 pass attempts for 2,824 offensive
yards and 21 touchdowns this season.
Ramsey will be able to choose from
receivers Cormac Carney and Jojo
Townsell. Carney, 5-11, 196-pounds, led
the Bruins in receptions this year with
44 catches for 746 yards'and two touch-
downs. Split End Townsell, who leads
the Bruins in scoring with 10 touch-
downs, has caught 37 passes for 673
yards.,
The Bruin's defensive strengths are
centered in their secondary led by
safety Tom Sullivan and cornerback
Lupe Sanchez.
Freshman place kicker John Lee,
who was named to the second-team All-
Big Ten should come through with some
extra points.
If Schembechler's pass defense has
not improved from what is was earlier
in the season against UCLA, it might
not take a miracle for Donahue to win
his first Rose Bowl.
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Ohio State.........
Illinois .............
Michigan.........
Wisconsin ..........
Purdue...........
Indiana..........
Iowa ...............
Northwestern......
Minnesota.........
Michigan State ..

3580
3936
3845
3726
3334
3318
2837
2984
2890
2641

32
29
36
27
22
23
23
22
18
20

Iowa ............
Michigan.........
Ohio State.........
Wisconsin ..........
Illinois...........
Michigan State .....
Purdue...........
Indiana..........
Minnesota.........
Northwestern......

Yds
653
844
996
1285
1342
1419
1616
1679
1856
2521

TD
7
9
6
14
9
15
19
16
19
34

Yds/G
81.6
93.8
124.5
142.8
149.1
157.7
179.6
186.6
206.2
280.1

447.5
437.3
427.2
414.0
370.4
368.7
354.6
331.6
321.1
293.4

RUSHING DEFENSE

PASS DEFENSE

Minnesota........
Northwestern ......
Indiana..........
Michigan State .....
Wisconsin ..........
Purdue...........
Ohio State........
Illinois .............
Iowa ...............
Michigan ...........

Att
199
197
235
287
274
248
308
308
298
395

Cmp'
115
112
136
151
171
155
158
142
169
240

Yds/G
168.1
174.7
188.2
213.4
217.2
222.8
226.6
227.0
240.1
271.4

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TOTAL DEFENSE
Yds TD Yds/G

Iowa ...............
Ohio State.........
Wisconsin..........
Michigan .........
Michigan State .....,
Minnesota ........
Indiana .........
Illinois ............
Purdue...........
Northwestern.......

2574
2809
3240
3287
3340
3369
3373
3385
3621
4093

12
16
21
16
26
32
25
23
34
47

321.7
351.1
360.0
365.2
371.1
374.3
374.8
376.1
402.3
454.8

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L. Ricks, Mich...
E. Phillips. Iowa ..
M. Gray, Purdue ..
T. Ellis, Mich. St.....
T. King, Wisconsin ...
0. Gill, Iowa.......
0. Brown, Indiana ...
J. Gayle, Ohio St.....
R. Edwards, N'r'w't'n
C. Davis, Wiscpnsin . .

Car
180
203
123
170,
155
83
97
92
102
115
48

Yds
1034
1155
616y
780
596
557
.480
420
477
479
295

Avg
5.7
5.7
5.0
4.6
3.8
6.7
4.9
4.6
4.7
4.2
6.1

TD
10
7
4
6
5
6
7
6
4
4
1

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Yds/G"
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128:3
102.7
86.7
66.2
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