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The Michigan Daily
Friday, November 11, 1983
'M' linemen in contention for awards
Get out your ballots, it's almost time
to vote for post-season awards. If
Michigan coaches and players have
their way, Wolverine offensive linemen
Stefan Humphries and Tom Dixon
won't be forgotten at the polls.
Humphries, an offensive guard, had
made it through the first round of cuts
for the Lombardi Award. According to
teammates and coaches, both Hum-
phries and Dixon, a center, warrant at-
tention for ithe Outland Award. Both
awards are given out to linemen.
"I'D THINK they'd get con-
sideration," said Michigan assistant
head coach and defensive coordinator
Gary Moeller. "Stefan and Tom both
should be candidates for a line award.
"They're two extremely good players."
Said Michigan offensive guard
Jerry Diorio, "I think Stefan is one of
the top three or four candidates in the
country for the Outland. Dixon is
Of the two, Humphries would seem to
have the better chance of gathering
support for the Outland Award, ex-
pecially given his nomination for the
"STEFAN IS having an excellent
year," Diorio said. "He's probably the
best pulling guard in the country. He's
tough, he hustles and he has a quality
many don't have -- he's a great
Humphries admits that he has
thought about the post-season awards
just a bit for both himself and Dixon.
"I've thought about it a little bit,"
Humphries said. "I've been told
there's an outside chance. But that
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other. If you think about those things or
a pro career, you won't play well. And
don't forget, Dixon has a chance too."
HUMPHRIES DID not aid his cause,
however, durning the Wolverines
nationally-televised game against
Illinois two weeks ago.
"I don't think I played well against
Illinois," Humphries said. "That's my
first bad game. It could've been my
worst game at Michigan."
* * *
Roll Wave roll.
Michigan head coach Bo Schem-
bechler has moaned and groaned about
the Wave which has rocked Michigan
Stadium the last two Wolverines' home
games, but players comments indicate
that Schembechler is whistling Dixie
when he claims the cheer makes it hard
to concentrate during plays.
"(THE WAVE) doesn't bother me,"
said Michigan quarterback Steve
Smith. "It's nice to see them cheer.
I've been here four years and it's nice to
see them finally come alive."
Said tight end Sim Nelson, "It didn't
bother us (during the Purdue game last
weekend). They didn't do it when we
had the ball like against Iowa."
Said fullback Eddie Garrett, "I really
don't notice the stands."
* * *
At least one current Wolverine player
was oh so close to playing for the num-
ber-one team in the country this season.
Garrett verbally committed to
Nebraska, now the top-ranked team in
the country, during his jiunior year of
high school. But the week before the of-
ficial signing date, during his senior
year, he changed his mind.
AFTER I committed to Nebraska,
people started talking about what I'd do
after football, and the academics at
Nebraska aren't as sound as Michigan.
Nebraska didn't talk too much about
Garrett conceded that he has oc-
cassionally thought about what it would
be like to be on this year's top-ranked
"It crossed my mind that it would be
nice, but I'm getting a good education
here and am playing," Garrett said.
"So I can't complain."
Minnesota head coach Joe Salem has
resigned, effective at the end of this
season, and Schembechler said that
Salem's successor can expect to walk
into a better situation than his
"They'll go for a name and won't get
it," Schembechler said. "Then they'll
up the ante and give everything Joe
"IF YOU JOIN a losing program
you'll get all the niceties the previous
coach never got. Otherwise you'd
never get anyone to take the job."
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Although he says his team's attitude
this season has eased some of the pain,
Salem admitted that the whole ex-
perience has altered his outlook on
"When you keep getting your teeth
kicked in it sours you," Salem said. "I
don't know my plans. My chances of
being a head coach are nothing."
* * *
Injury update: Fullback Dan Rice is
"very doubtful" for tomorrow's game,
Schembechler said. Outside linebackj
Tom Hassel is unlikely to play against
Minnesota. "It doesn't look goodd
Moeller said. "In fact, I'm sure 4P
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The Wave didn't seem to bother Sim Nelson, as he ruptured the Boilermak-
ers defensive line.
You may be wondering why Athletes
in Action has replaced Windsor for this
year's Wolverine basketball exhibition
game. This is the first time that
Athletes in Action has brought its
traveling religious caravan to Blue
Country. Besides being experts on the
basketball floor the team uses its divine
spirit to make football predictions.
Athletes in Action has dominated Grid-
des at college campuses all over the
country but it has yet to win one here.
AIA should be ready to face its
toughest competition to date but that's
only if you turn in your Griddes Picks
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3. Iowa at Michigan State
4. Northwestern at Ohio State
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12. Notre Dame at Penn State
13. Rutgers at West Virginia
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15. Texas Tech at Southern Methodist
16. Navy at South Carolina
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18. North Alabama at West Georgia
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LAS VEGAS (AP) - Marvelous
Marvin Hagler, defending his world
middle-weight championship last night
against challenger Roberto Duran,
started slowly but came back to
thoroughly wear out his opponent by the
Duran started strong,fighting Hagler
to a draw in the first round. Hagler
seemed a bit hesitant in the initial
rounds letting Duran get several good
shots in to the body and the head.
Hagler, though, finding himself in the
middle rounds, took control of the fight
and began wearing down the
As round nine began, Duranwas
showing signs of tiring. Hagler landed
two stiff left jabs as he switched stan-
ces. Duran came back with a right,
Hagler switched back to left-handed
and landed two jabs, then two mord
good jabs. Duran got in two slapping
rights to the face at one minute and
Hagler came back with a left-right to
the head, then went to the body and lan-
ded six shots. Hagler landed a short
right to the chin. Both men exchanged
head punches at 1:45. Hagler got in a
good right jab while Duran went to the
body. Duran landed a chopping right 19
the head. Hagler got in a hard jab after
Duran missed at midround. The page
had slowed. Both men exchanged head
punches at the bell.
Both men came out throwing body
punches in the tenth round. Thep
Hagler jabbed before they went in close
and banged away to the body. Haglor
also landed a few head punches. Duran
was warned for punching low.
The first minute of the round saw both
men concentrating on body attacls.
Duran landed a sharp right to the heard
on one minute.The defending champion
seemed in control. Hagler got in throe
head plunches as Duran backed to the
ropes, then landed a shot to the body.
Duran landed a good right to the head
and Hagler returned one at about 1:45.
Duran was warned again for punching
Duran landed two good body punches
at the two-minute mark. Then Hagler
landed a shot to the head. Duran got in a
right to the head as Hagler came for-
ward. Hagler tried a short right to the
head as Duran came in, then landed
two lefts to the head. Duran got in a
right and Hagler got in two lefts, then
both hands to the body at the bell.
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