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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 12, 1984

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'M' defense into '84 season

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By MIKE MCGRAW
Some of the greatest efforts in the
history of Michigan football belong to
the defense.
Whether it is holding its opponents
out of the endzone for 23 straight quar-
ters or shutting down the powerful
wishbone offense of the Auburn Tigers
in the Sugar Bowl, the Wolverine defen-
se has always been there when the of-
fense broke down to keep the ballgame
close.
AND NEXT SEASON the defenders
will have their work cut out for them
because on the opposite side of the
scorecard, Michigan will be led by an
inexperienced quarterback who is
working behind an untested offensive
line. The possibility of some early-
season, low-scoring efforts by the Blue
team definitely exists.
The Wolverine defense entered
spring practice without linebackers
Tom Hassell and Carlton Rose and
safety Evan Cooper, three key mem-
bers of last year's talented squad in

both leadership and ability. But as long
as Bo Schembechler is coaching, you
know that the Michigan defense will on-
ce again be near the top of the con-
ference.
"Defensively, we lost three main guys
and they will be hard to replace," said
Schembechler. "The linebackers will
be the key. We have some good guys but
they have to put it together."
THE STRENGTH OF next year's unit
will be the line, which returns intact. Al
Sincich will'be back to start at nose
guard for the fourth straight year and
will be flanked in Michigan's 3-4 setup
by seniors Kevin Brooks and Mike
Hammerstein and fifth-year players
Vince DeFelice and Dave Meredith.
"Sincich is one of the toughest kids
that has played here. He's a great kid,
tough as nails," said Schembechler.
"To be successful, most odd defenses
need size in the middle. But we line up
at angles to the offensive line, so we get
away with using a smaller guy in
there."

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