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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 18
Bo frets oveir
By PAUL HELGREN
Before the season began, offensive line coach Paul Schudel
pondered the uncertainty of his blockers. After years of fear-
some fronts, Schudel figured he had his work cut out for him.
"It's going to be fun this year," he said. "I get to coach for a
change."
The results of the first two games indicate further im-
provements must be made if Michigan's offensive line is to
give quarterback Jim Harbaugh the protection he needs to
gain confidence.
THE OFFENSE MOVED the ball adequately against
Miami in game one, but head coach Bo Schembechler men-
tioned the offensive line as an area needing improvement. In
last Saturday's 20-11 thumping at the hands of Washington,
the Wolverine wall caved in. Harbaugh was sacked five times
and was forced to scramble from the Husky rush all day.
Schembechler, who has seen many of his linemen go to the
professional ranks and is thus used to superior performers up
front, declined to point the finger of blame in any one direc-
tion. Rather he said the entire line-tackles Clay Miller and
Mark Hammerstein, guards Bob Tabachino and Doug
James, and center Art Balourdos-was guilty of a foul-up
sometime during the game.
"It was no one guy," Schembechler said during his weekly
Monday press conference. "It was like, this is my turn, now
it's your turn."
THE 16-YEAR COACH said the run-blocking was decent,
with Wolverine backs averaging 3.9 yards in 42 attempts. But
porous pass-blocking gave Harbaugh the opportunity to
become well-acquainted with Husky defensive linemen.
Quipped Schembechler, "Maybe I'm going to have to have
them (offensive linemen) start tackling, I don't know."
The most distressing part about the shortcomings of the of-

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line play
fensive line is that Harbaugh has been forced to throw on the
scamper quite often. Poor protection has made it impossible
to evaluate the rookie quarterback, according to Schem-
bechler.
"I'M NOT GOING to judge him (Harbaugh) when he's un-
der duress," Schembechler explained. "We've got to solve
that problem."
. Schembecbler and offensive line coaches Schudel and
Elliot Uzelac have four days to correct the situation. Wiscon-
sin and pre-season All-American linebacker Jim Melka in-
vade Ann Arbor on Saturday. The line, and all the
Wolverines, had best satisfy the Michigan general if they
plan on staying on the first team.
"If we don't play hard this week," Schembechler said,
"then you figure I've got to take some drastic action."
BLUE BANTER: Tailback Rick Rogers will miss Satur-
day's game. He injured a leg in the fourth quarter against
Washington. . . Middle guard Al Sincich, who sat out Satur-
day with back troubles, could also miss the Wisconsin con-
test. "I don't know," Schembechler said when asked of Sin-
cich's status. "He never tells me if he's hurt. He's tough".. .
Include CBS commentator Pat Haden among the 103,000
"dumb asses" watching the game Saturday. Haden, like
many Michigan Stadium boo-birds, blasted Schembechler's
decision not to go for points against the wind at the end of the
first half. Schembechler's response? "Well," he said with a
grin, "that's why he's out of football,".. . Washington's 20-11
victory was the worst defeat for Michigan at home since
Michigan State downed the Wolverines 24-15 in 1978. . . Split
end Vince Bean's nine receptions this season move him into a
tie for fourth with Jim Smith, currently a member of the
Birmingham Stallions, among all-time Michigan pass cat-
chers. Each has 73 grabs.

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Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Michigan tight end, Sim Nelson, charges forward with Washington's Jim Rogers on his back. Nelson couldn't pull his
team ahead of the Huskies, however, as the visitors thumped the Wolverines, 20-11, Saturday at Michigan Stadium.

Michigan Football Statistics

GRIDDE PICKS

TEAM

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 Attempt
Avg. Per Comp ..
Avg. Per Game..
Punt/Avg..........
Punt Rt/Yds/Avg..,
KO Ret/Yds/Avg. .
'Int/Yds .....,.....
Fumbles/Lost.
Penalties/Yds ...
Scoring..........
Total Pts/Avg...
Touchdowns .....
Rushing .....
Passing .......
Other ..,......
PATs/Att ......
2-Pt. Conv/Att ...
Field Goals/Att..
Third Down
"Conv/Att.
~Success Pct..

M
42
21
19
2
694
163
4.3
347
349
105
3.3
174.5
345
58/28/5
5.9
12.3
172.5
10/46.0
7/58/8.3
4/52/13.0
6/44
3/2
8/61
33/16.5
4
3
1
0
1/2
1/2
2/2

OPp
37
18
16
3
670
133
5.0
335
278
79
3.5
139.0
392
54/29/6
7.2
13.5
196.0
10/40.6
4/21/5.3
3/41/13.7
5/42
5/2
10/65
34/17.0
4
1
3
0
4/4
0/0
2/2
10/28
35.7

White.............. 4
Morris .............. 2
Kattus .............. 2
Rogers............
Harbaugh ........... 1

28
25
14
9
4

7.0
12.5
7.0
9.0
4.0

0
0
0
0
0

10
9
4

MICHIGAN ......... 28 345 12.3 1 45
Opponents............29 392 13.5 3 73
Scoring
TDr TDp TDo PAK TP
Perryman ........... 3 18
Bergeron ..... 1/2 7
Bean .... 1 6
Garrett .............. 2
MICHIGAN.......... 3 1 0 1/2 33
Opponents........... 1 3 0 4/4 34
Punting
MICHIGAN........ 10 460 46.0 64
Opponents......... 10 406 40.6 48
Field Goals
0-29 30-39 40-49 50 + Tot

Congratulations Al Rossi! You are
the big cheese, numero uno, and most of
all you are the winner of the first Grid-
des of the 1984 football season.
Rossi correctly picked the winners in
16 of 20 games last week, quite an ac-
complishment considering the number
of upsets that occurred. For his efforts,
Rossi will receive a free, one-item,
small pizza from Pizza Bob's.
Although we haven't gotten in touch
with Al yet, we have a pretty good idea
what he is thinking right now. Probably
something to the effect of: "Wow, I've
never won anything before. It was so
easy - all I had to do was bring my
picks to the Daily at 420 Maynard and
that pizza was mine. You would have to
be an idiot not to play Griddes."
You heard what Al might say. So
bring your picks down to the Daily and
get in on the action.

1. Wisconsin at MICHIGAN
2. Michigan St. at Illinois
3. Iowa at Ohio St.
4. Indiana at Northwestern
5. Minnesota at Purdue
6. Nebraska at UCLA
7. Clemson at Georgia
8. Miami at Florida St.
9. Brigham Young at Hawaii
10. Boston College at North Carolina
11. Auburn at So. Mississippi
12. Penn State at William & Mary
13. Oklahoma at Baylor
14. Oklahoma St. at San Diego St.
15. Washington at Houston
16. Pittsburgh at Temple
17. So. California at Arizona St.
18. SMU at North Texas St.
19. Colgate at Lehigh
20. Sucky Gaggers at Daily Libels

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MICHIGAN ......... 1-1
Opponents ........... 1-t 1-1

"1 2
2

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Returns
PR/Yds/Avg/LP KOR/Yds/Avg/LP
Gant ...........7/58/8.3/14
Morris ......... 3/33/11.0/16
S. Johnson ......1/19/19.0/19
Total Offense

13/34
36.2

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3
MICHIGAN................. 6 3 6
Opponents...............3 7 17
INDIVIDUA

Rush Pass Total/Avg.
4Tot/Avg White..................163 163/81.5
18 33/16.5 Harbaugh.............8 345 353/176.5
7 34/17.0
All Purpose Yardage
LL Rush Rec KOR Total/Avg.
White..........163 28 191/95.5
Morris......... 80 25 33 138/69.0
S. Johnson ..... 32 19 51/25.5

Rushing
Att Yds

White .....................
Perryman ................
Morris ....................
Harbaugh .................
Garrett....................
Rogers ....................
Logue .....................

46
21
15
10
1
2
2

163
93
80
8
6
5
-6

Avg.
3.5
4.4
5.2
.4
6.0
2.5
-3.0

TD
0
3
0
0
0
0
0

Defense
Tackles Assists Total

Name

MICHIGAN................105 349 3.3 3
Opponents ................. 79 278 3.5 1
Passing
PA Pct Yds TD
Harbaugh................ 58 .483 343 1

M. Mallory ................
Brooks ....................
Cochran ...................
Lyles ......................
Anderson..................
Rivers ....................
Gant....................
Mike Hammerstein<...
Gray....................
Moeller ................
Scarcelli ...............
Heren ................
Harris..................
Meredith ...............
Bishop................
DeFelice ...............
D. Mallory..............
Randall...............
Sincich ....................
Lewandowski..............
Rodgers................

16
15
13
9
9
8
8
6
4
3
4
2
2
1
2
2
0
0

24
18
16
15
14
11
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
2
2
2
1
1

MICHIGAN................58 .483
Opponents ................. 54 .537
Receiving
No Yds vg
Bean ...............9 140 15.6
Nelson .............. 5 55 11.0
Jokisch.............. 2 38 19.0
S. Johnson........... 2 32 16.0

343
392
TD
1
0
0
0

1
3

LP
45
16
19
16

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