Friday, September 30, 1983
The Michigan Daily
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Bob Bergeron will start tomorrow's
Indiana game as Michigan's
place kicker for field goals and extra
points, kicking coach Alex Agase said.
Bergeron took over for Todd Schlopy in
the second quarter of last week's game
against Wisconsin. Schlopy will con-
tinue to handle the Wolverines' kickof-
Also on the special teams, Kerry
Smith and Rick Rogers are replacing
Steve and Gilvanni Johnson as the deep
men on kickoff returns, head coach Bo
Schembechler said yesterday.
THERE WILL BE changes in the less
glamorous side of the special teams as
well. "There will be a few changes on
the front line of the kickoff and through
necessity, a couple of guys on the punt
(team)," Schembechler said.
Outside of the special teams, the
Wolverines will have very few changes
in their lineup. The only major switch,
according to Schembechler, is that
Carlton Rose may replace linebacker
Rodney Lyles, who has been hobbled by
a foot injury.
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INDIANA HEAD coach Sam Wyche's
verbal explosion earlier this week just
may pay off.
On Monday, the first-year Hoosier
head coach blasted his team for its per-
formance in a 10-8 loss to Northwestern,
saying that there were "loser per-
sonalities" on the Indiana squad. One
player was dismissed the day after the
Northwestern game, and Wyche said
three more were "earmarked" for
removal in the near future.
Apparently this outburst lit a fire un-
der the Hoosier players, waking them
out of their doldrums in the process.
"I THINK WE'RE going to come
back real strong," said Indiana offen-
sive guard Jim Sakanich, a second-team
All-Big Ten selection. "We worked real
hard this week in practice. We did a lot
of hitting. I think we're ready to go."
Wolverine assistant head coach and
defensive coordinator Gary Moeller
said that Wyche's bluntness will pay
off, even-if it doesn't result in an In-
diana upset victory over Michigan.
"I think the guy's doing the right
thing," Moeller said. "You've got to get
substance into your program. The most
important thing in football is getting 11
guys on the field who want to play. You
have to find people who want to make
sacrifices and play the game the way it
was meant to be played. So I think he's
taking the right approach."
* * *
INJURY UPDATE: Rogers' bruised
thigh, which he suffered against
Wisconsin, gave him no trouble in prac-
tice this week, Schembechler said.
Inside linebacker Tim Anderson
(ankle) may return to action next week.
Inside linebacker Andy Moeller (knee)
is expected to miss another three
Defensive tackle Mike Hammer-
stein .(cracked bone in hand), who was
slated to start before he was injured, is
"The thing is starting to heal, well,"
coach Moeller said. He had the castoff
Wednesday and it was very sore to the
touch, though. I would guess they'd
change casts once a week and take x-
rays once a week. It's more en-
couraging now than two weeks ago.
When it's healed, then the work starts.
He won't have played and other guys
have been banging away. Then you
start worrying about the other parts of
"RED-SHIRTING IS always a
possibility, but no team has great, great
depth. So we might need him in the case
of an emergency. In the drive for a
championship you use what you need..
I'm not talking about using him if he's
still injured. I'm just saying we won't
waste a possible red-shirt if we need
Moeller said that a hand injury is
especially tough on a defensive
"The game is played with your hands
Yuri Andropov disclosed Wednesday
his regrets in the downing of a Korean
jet. However, this was not the only
cause for the Soviet :leader's remorseful
and somber mood. Undisclosed sources
say that Andropov was deeply sadden-
ed for not getting his Gridde picks in on
time last week. Andropov swore that he
would not make the same mistake
again and he sent his picks first class on
a Continental Airlines Flight to the
Daily. Who knows when or if it will
You don't have to go to such ex-
tremes. Just drop your picks off at the
Daily on 420 Maynard or at Pizza Bob's
or Pizza Bob's Midtown before mid-
so much," Moeller said. "In the pass
rush, you have to use your hands and
* * *~
This description of Michigan's.
uniforms appeared in The Milwaukee
Journal last week: "They wear those
ugly helmets that are supposed to be.
old-fashioned. They wear those canary
yellow pants, a shade that even golf,
pros can't sell."
MOELLER ON A Big Ten proposal tor
set up a commission to look into agen< j
cy, gambling, drugs and alcohol: "We
can do a lot of things if the courts would'
let you. But everyone's always worried
about personal rights so you have t4.
deal with that and work around things. I
wish they'd just let us help the players/:
The agent thing will get down to high r
school soon. They may try to legally,
bind a good prospect. The drug and:
gambling problem is something you-
have to teach kids and constantly staf-
on top of them."
* * *
When Indiana's Sakanich is on the
field you can boo all you want, but it
won't bother him a bit.
"I can't think of any place I'd rather
play," he said. "You know all those
people are against you and that makes
it that much better from my stan-
1. Indiana vs MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Iowa vs Illinois
3. Michigan St. vs Purdue
4. Minnesota vs Ohio St.
5. Wisconsin vs Northwestern
6. NorthCarolina vs Georgia Tech
7. Southern. Cal vs. South Carolina
8. Vanderbilt vs Tulane
9. Virginia vs Maryland
10. Florida St. vs Auburn
11. Stanford vs Arizona St.
12. Army vs Harvard
13. Brigham Young vs UCLA
14. Eastern Carolina vs Missouri
15. Florida vs LSU
16.Notre Dame vs. Colorado
17. Boston U. vs Colgate
,18. Norwich vs. Coast Guard
19. Mankato St. vs Augustana
20. Indiana Panty Hosers vs Daily
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