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By RON POLLACK
Why does Bo Schembechler look so
content these days?
-After all, dreams of Pasadena no
Ighger exist. For the first time since
1971, the Michigan-Ohio State game will
iiot be televised by network television.
--BUT THE WOLVERINES' head
:eoach is happy as a lark. The reason, of
;eurse, is that the Buckeyes are coming
'td town, which renders everything else
virtually meaningless to Schembechler
and his squad.
{"There's still the same anxiety, the
same feeling because it's Ohio State,"
Schembechler said. "I don't see any
difference.'
Said offensive guard Stefan Hum-
phries,.rBeating Ohio State any time is
satisfying. Having the Rose Bowl on the
line puts some flavor into the game, but
not having the Rose Bowl on the line
shouldn't take anything away from the
game.'"
IF ANYTHING, the fire that burns
within the Michigan squad during Ohio
State week may be hotter thanlever this
year, since the Wolverines have lost to
the Buckeyes two consecutive seasons.
"I think anybody who loses to Ohio
State three times in a row ought to be
fired," Schembechler joked. .
The two-game losing streak to Ohio
State is no laughing matter to
Michigan, however.
"I OWE OHIO State a loss," said
Michigan quarterback Steve Smith.
"I've never beaten them as a starting
quarterback. This game is an oppor-
tunity for me, the team and the seniors
to do something we haven't done the
last two years. It means a lot to me."
It also means a great deal to the
Wolverines post-season bowl hopes.
Speculation has been running rampant
that the winner of the Michigan-Ohio
State game will play in the Sugar Bowl,
while the loser will play in the Fiesta
Bowl. Michigan athletic director Don
Canham, however, said that this is not
necessarily so.
"That's one of the things the
newspaper people have been saying,
but we haven't said it," Canham said.
"I'llhave to sit down with Bo and see."
CANHAM ADDED that the Cotton

Bowl is still in contention for the winner
of this Saturday's game.
For the time being, Schembeohler
could care less what bowl his team
plays in. He refused to comment on the
Sugar Bowl-Fiesta Bowl, speculation,
preferring instead to speak about an
Ohio State squad he feels is better than
Rose Bowl bound Illinois.
"Ohio State is a better all-around
team," Schembechler said. "Offen-
sively they're bigger and stronger.
Defensively they are similar ability-
wise.
IN ADDITION to an opponent laden
with talent, Schembechler is concerned
about his squad's propensity for turning
the ball over against the Buckeyes.
"Only one thing sticks out in my mind
from last year's game, six turnovers,"
Schembechler said. "The last two times
they've beaten us we've had nine tur-
novers. That sticks out in my mind."
And when this season is over -and
$chembechler is locked away in his of-
fice preparing for a new campaign, it
will be this weekend's game that sticks
out in his mind.
"WE ALWAYS JUDGE (the season)
on the basis of the Ohio State game,"
Schembechler said. "Eight-and-three
records are not acceptable."
An 8-3 mark would indeed put a dam-
per on the team's spirits, but for now
they are thrilled that Ohio State week
has finally arrived.
"This week it's a lot of fun to prac-
tice," said center Tom Dixon.
"Preparing for a big game like this
makes it exciting all week. These are
the games you come here to play."
SAID DEFENSIVE back John Lott,
"I'm from Ohio. I'm also a senior. This
is my last chance at these guys. I want
to go out a winner. If we lose, I can't go
home. This is a bowl game to me. It's
bigger than the other years."
With this in mind, Schembechler
should have no difficulties getting
either himself or his team emotionally
prepared for the game.
prepared for the game.
"I guess you can tell that Bo is ex-
cited about the game," Humphries
said. "This week he doesn't yell just to
get down on the players. It's more in-
structional yelling. He knows it won't

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one of his two touchdown receptions from quarterback Steve Smith Saturday

night against Minnesota.
take much to get us up for the game
because we'll be high all week."
One assumes that adrenalin will be
the week-long cause of this state of
being.
INJURY UPDATE: Inside
linebacker Mike Reinhold broke his leg
,against Minnesota last Saturday and is
out for the season. Tailback Gerald
White has asprained ankle and will
miss the Ohio State game. Outside
linebacker Tom Hassel, who has been
hampered by a pulled hamstring, is ex-
pected to play against the Buckeyes.

AP Top Twenty

1. Nebraska (59)........,.
2. Texas (1)............
3. Auburn...........
4. Illinois .................
5. Miami (Fla.) ..........
6. Southern Methodist ....
7. Georgia .................
$. MICHIGAN '........
9. Brigham Young......
10. Ohio State..........
11. Iowa ..................
12. Florida.............
13. Clemson ..............
14. West Virginia.......
15. Washington ...........
16. Alabama ...........
17. Pittsburgh..........
18. Boston College.......
19. Missouri.........
20. Maryland.........

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Michigan Football Statistics

TEAM

INDIVIDUAL

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 Att.....
Avg. Per Comp. .
Avg. Per Game..
Punts/Yds/Avg....
Had Blocked..
Pt Rt/Yds/Avg. ...
KO Rt/Yds/Avg...
Int/Yds/Avg.....
Fumbles/Lost ...
Penalties/Yds .....
Scoring.........
Total Pts/Avg. .
Touchdowns ..
Rushing .. ..
Passing ...
Other .......
PATK/Att ..... .
2 ptConv/Att....
Field Goals/Att..
Safety ...........
3rd Dn. Conv/Att.. .
Success Pct..

M
234
162
66
6
4066
750
5.4
406.6
2834
560
5.1
283.4
1232
190/101/9
6.5
12.2
123.2
36/1298/36.1
2
35/399/11.4
14/258/18.4
16/91/5.7
14/6,
48/404
324/32.4
41
27
12
2
33/38
0/3
15/17
0
69/141
.489

Opp
147
63
78
6
2489
607
4.1
248.9
901
324
2.8
90.1
1588
283/156/16
5.6
10.2
158.8
58/2289/39.5
2
10/33/3.3
38/658/17.3
9/155/ 17.2
17/9
42/354
130/13.0
15
3
11
1
13/13
2/2
7/10
1
44/131
.336

Rushing
Att
Rogers ....... ......... 176
S. Smith ................... 80
K. Smith.................. 95
Garrett ................... 60
Mercer ................... 30
Rice ....................35
Armstrong ....19
Logue....................13
Perryman ................16
White.................... 20
Hall ....................... 11
S. Johnson ................1
Bean ...................... 1
Wilcher ...... ...... 1
Harbaught................. 2

Markray..................
Garrett.................
Carthens ...............
Armstrong ................
S. Johnson .................
G. Johnson ................
Kattus .................
White .....................
Rice ..................

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149
23
59
13
19
12
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7
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29.8
5.7
19.7
4.3
19.0
12.0
9.0
7.0
2.0

Field Goals

1,199
1,137
1,072
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Yds
825
609
513
270
151
140
87
85
72
64
17
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Avg
4.7
7.6
5.4
4.5
5.0
4.0
4.6
6.5
4.5
3.2
1.5
9.0
9.0
-2.0
-7.5

20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Bergeron ............ 3-3 7-7 3-3 1-2
Schopy-.............. 1-2
MICHIGAN.......... 3-3 8-9a 3-3 1-2
Opponents ......:.... 2-2 3-5 1-2 1-1

MICHIGAN............... 101 1232 12.2
Opponents................ 156 1588 10.2

Scoring
*TDr TDp

Punting
GP No
Bracken.............10 34
Team ............... 10 2

MICHIGAN............... 560.- 2834 5.1
Opponents ................ 324 901 2.8
Passing
PA PC Int Pct TD
S. Smith ............. 160 86 7 .537 11
Hall ................. 25 13 2 .520 I
Harbaugh............ 5 2 0 .400 0

Bergeron...........
Rogers...........
S. Smith...........
Bean.............
Markray ..........
Nelson............
Rice.............
K. Smith...........
Schlopy ..... .......
Armstrong .........
Carthens ............
Garrett..............
Hall .................
Logue............
Mallory...........
Mercer ..............
Perryman........
Rose..............
MICHIGAN.......
Opponents........

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MICHIGAN ......... 10 36 1298 36.1
Opponents............ 10 58 2289 39.5
Defensive

Yds Avg
1273 37.4
15 15.0

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Tackling
Tackles
Mike Mallory............... 54
Brad Cochran ............. 41
Carlton Rose .............. 39
Al Sincich................. 32
Mike Boren................ 23
Kevin Brooks.............25
Tom Hassel.............. 25
Vince DeFelice............26
Evan Cooper .............. 28
John Lott.................. 25

Assists T

39
10
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11
19
15
14
12
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MICHIGAN.........190
Opponents ........... 283

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156 16 .551 11

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43
42
40
39
38
35
31

Receiving

27
3

12 2
21 1

33-38 324
13.13 130

Nelson.................
Bean .................
Rogers .................
K. Smith .........

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Yds
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375
114
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