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Women's Softball tryouts
Wednesday, 4.30-6:30 p.m.
Varsity softball diamond

SPORTS
Saturday, September 8, 1984

Women's track and
cross country tryouts
Sept. 17, 4:00 p.m.
Outdoor track
Page 7

he Michigan Daily

For Hurricanes, the eyes have it

(Continued from Page 1)
among college quarterbacks recently. After
leading Miami to an 11-1 national championship
season last year as a freshman, the Boardman,
Oh. native has kept right on moving in 1984.
Against Auburn and Florida, teams with
traditionally strong defenses, Kosar hit on 64.8
percent of his passes (46-71) for 629 yards, living
up to his billing in Sports Illustrated's football
preview issue as college football's "top gun."
MIAMI'S PRO-STYLE passing attack features
a variety of great receivers, including Brown (12
receptions, 219 yards) and Stanley Shakespeare
(seven receptions, 68 yards, two TDs). For-
tunately for Michigan, Kosar's favorite target,
tight end Willie Smith (15 catches, 222 yards), is
sidelined with a fractured ankle.
Even without Smith Miami's passing attack will
be hard to defend because on any given play,
Kosar often has at his disposal four possible
"wide-outs", receivers that run deep patterns.
But Schembechler thinks he has the horses to stay
with the Hurricanes.
The Lineups
Miami M
OFFENSE

"I have the corners to play that kind of game,"
said Schembechler, who is 14-1 in season openers
at Michigan. "And Tony Gant at safety is good.
The only problem is at strong safety," where
Dieter Heren has been ailing but should be ready.
THE QUICKNESS of Shakespeare and Brown
may force Schembechler to double-up in passing
situations. It's a prospect Schembechler doesn't
relish.
"The problem with the double-teaming is you
have to have enough people on the ball to stop
(fullback Alonzo) Highsmith. We can't afford to
let him gain 140 yards. That would be suicide,
too."
Highsmith, a 230-pound bruiser, has gained 186
yards on 34 carries, including 140 in Miami's 20-18
squeaker against Auburn. "I wish they couldn't
run," groaned defensive coordinator Gary
Moeller. "That would make it a heckuva lot
easier."
JOINING HIGHSMITH in the backfield is
tailback Darryl Oliver, who holds a 5.1 yards-per-
carry rushing average.

When Michigan has the ball it will face a defense
that can handle both the pass and the run. Against
Auburn the Hurricanes held Heisman candidate
Bo Jackson to under 100 yards, something even the
heroic Wolverine defense failed to do in the Sugar
Bowl last year.
Only four starters return from last year's
Hurricane D., but one of them is senior
safety Ken Calhoun, who had 96 tackles and
three interceptions in 1983.
New Wolverine quarterback Jim Harbaugh
would be advised to stay away from Calhoun and
throw instead in the direction of freshman free
safety Darrell Fullington. On his own side Har-
baugh will have five receivers to choose from -
tight end Sim Nelson, flankers Steve and Gilvanni
Johnson and Triando Markray, and split ends Vin-
ce Bean and Paul Jokisch. All should see at least
one pass thrown their way.
Schembechler has said he plans to throw more
this year. He might be advised to take a few notes
as he watches Bernie Kosar this afternoon.

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Fullback Eddie Garrett, shown here in last season's Sugar Bowl, will help
lead the Wolverines' assault on No. 1 Miami today at Michigan Stadium.

N. Illinois a
WISCONSI
2:00 p.m. E
WHAT TO WATCH
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that went 7-4, but si
hands full with th
ference champion
their season last w
Texas State, 40-33.
Oregon St.
OHIO STA
12:07 p.m.
WHAT TO WATCH
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season) behind ta
the nation's second
with 22 touchdowns
Iowa State
1:10 p.m. F
WHAT TO WATC
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and tailback Owen
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Duke will have to
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Colorado
3:30 p.m. E
WHAT TO WATCH
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nvw I-formation of
ijuarterback Daye
rrssing shoulder.
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mainly to Colorad
experience.
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Around the Big Ten
it PURDUE vs. Notre
N Dame at Indianapolis
DT Hoosierdome
: Wisconsin returns 12:30 p.m. EDT
om last year's team WHAT TO WATCH:The No. 7 Irish
till should have their (7-5 last season) return: 17 starters, in-
e Mid-America Con- cluding tailback Allen Pinkett, and are
Huskies, who opened still high on their win over Boston
eek by nipping West College in the Liberty Bowl. Purdue,
meanwhile, comes off a 3-7-1 record last
at year and has the difficult task of
TE replacing quarterback Scott Campbell.
EDT NORTHWESTERN at
Washington
: The Buckeyes will
vices of quarterback 3:20 p.m. EDT
t their offense should WHAT TO WATCH: The Wildcats gave
e Beavers (2-8-1 last Illinois a scare last week in the Big Ten
ilback Keith Byars, opener by shutting down the Illini of-
leading scorer in '83 fense. They'll have to do the same this
5. week, as well as get quarterback Sandy
at IOWA Schwab on track, if they hope to stop the
EDT Huskies.
.SMissouri at ILLINOIS
CH: Iowa State is E T
or last year's 51-10 7:00 p.m. EDT
work cut out for it. WHAT TO WATCH: The Illini's potent
keyes are solid all offense, led by quarterback Jack
terback Chuck Long Trudeau, will be up against a Missouri
Gill returning on of- defense that is already one of the tops in
America linebacker the country but is still improving.
ors the defense. Defensively, Illinois is hurting, so if
at Duke Missouri can pull its offense together, it
could make things very interesting -
DT for Michigan fans.
H: Both teams are Rice at MINNESOTA
ey both were 3-8 last
rough time on defen- 8:00 p.m. EDT
oring up its defense, WHAT TO WATCH: Nothing. Both
replace quarterback teams have been the doormats of their
e Indiana has an ex- respective conferences the past few
d caller in Stev seasons and things still aren't looking
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