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quests for new. QB

Schembechler surveys
sophomore signal wlers

carry.
A key to Schembechler's running attack is
tailback Gerald White, who severely
lacerated his right arm in a dormitory ac-
cident last week. White required 20 stitches.
"He's got five puncture wounds in his arm,"
said Schembechler. "The arm has a full
range of motion, but the question is whether it
can take a hit."
According to the coach, Rick Rogers, who
picked up 64 yards on 14 carries against MSU;
is still not 100 percent.

4

By DOUGLAS B. LEVY
Is there life after Jim Harbaugh? Who is
Michigan's new quarterback? Is it Russell
Rein or is it Chris Zurbrugg?
All the answers were supplied yesterday by .
the man who calls all the shots - Wolverine
head coach Bo Schembechler. "No, it doesn't
scare me, we'll be all right," promised
Schembechler at his weekly press luncheon,
when queried about having a new man at the
helm.
BUT SCHEMBECHLER conceded that
Harbaugh's season-ending arm injury poses a
tremendous problem for Michigan's already
struggling offense.
"We've been training Jimmy Harbaugh for
three years to do what he's doing. Now we've
got to start over and it'll be tough," said
Schembechler.
Right now, Schembechler's toughest
decision is who will be Michigan's starting
quarterback this Saturday against North-
western. The Wolverines have two scholar-
ship quarterbacks available, Rein and Zur-
brugg,.
BOTH ARE SOPHOMORES, both were
redshirted last season and both have taken
exactly 25 percent of the snaps in practice
(Harbaugh took the other 50 percent): And
according to Schembechler, Rein and Zur-
brugg are almost even in ability.
"They're both very close. Maybe we'll play
both of them. I'm just not sure yet. They're,
very similar types of quarterbacks,"
assessed Schembechler.
Schembechler does have one other scholar-
ship quarterback at his disposal in freshman
Bob Cernak. But Cernak, a highly touted
recruit from Lockport, Ill. is just recovering
from a broken throwing hand. Cernak has not
taken a snap in six weeks and Schembechler
has ruled out any chance of, the freshman
coming on.
AS FOR REIN. and Zurbrugg, Schem-

bechler is confident that the two can get the
job done. "They're both pretty mature kids.
They have the ability to handle this situation
well."
Which sophomore will start, however, is
still a question mark. "I may decide tonight. I
would think that both of them will see time,"
said Schembechler.
Schembechler isn't the only Big Ten coach
with a quarterback problem. Northwestern
will start 18-year-old freshman Mike Green-
field when the Wildcats open up on offense in
Michigan Stadium.
NORTHWESTERN'S three-year starter,
junior Sandy Schwab stretched ligaments in
his throwing arm last Saturday in the Wild-
cats' 31-3 loss to Iowa. "The way it looks right
now, Sandy has got to be ruled out," confir-
med Wildcat head coach Dennis Green from
Evanston.
"This is going to be interesting. I don't
know anything about Greenfield," said a sur-
prised Schembechler upon hearing the news.
Against Iowa, Greenfield failed to complete
any of his five pass attempts. Against
Michigan State, Rein went two for seven with
one interception while Zurbrugg was one for
four with two interceptions.
LOOKING FORWARD TO this Saturday's
battle against Northwestern, Schembechler
noted that the Wildcat offense has been weak
while an experienced NU defensive unit has
played tough.
Without Schwab, the 1-5 Wildcats, 1-3 in the
conference, will be heavy underdogs. Schem-
bechler noted that he wants his Wolverine of-
fense to have a good outing because
Michigan's next three games are away at
Iowa, at home against Illinois and away again
against upstart Big Ten leader Purdue.
Schembechler is looking to open up his
ground game which, through five games this
season is averaging only 3.4 yards per rush.
In 1983 the Wolverines averaged 4.8 yards per

4

4

Zurbrugg
... fighting for QB reins
BLUE BANTER: Defensive players Kevin
Brooks, Mike Hammerstein and Andy
Moeller suffered slight knee injuries against
the Spartans, but should all play against Nor-
thwestern . . . When asked if he had seen
anything at all this season that he liked about
'his offense, Schembechler responded, "No,
not yet.".. . And when asked to give his true
feelings about the loss to MSU, the General
said; "No, I can't for publication give my true
thoughts." . . . Schembechler certainly
doesn't feel that the conference crown is
beyond Michigan's reach: "There ain't
nobody in the conference whose going to win
this thing without a loss. And the winner may
have two." . . . Last Saturday's 19-7 loss to
MSU occurred on the Jewish High Holiday of
Yom Kippur. Since 1963 Michigan has played;:
eight games on Yom Kippur compiling a 2-6'
record.

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Quarterback Russell Rein was pressed into duty Saturday when regular Jim Harbaugh suffered a
season-ending broken arm. Rein will battle fellow sophomore Chris Zurbrugg for the starting role.

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TEAM
.,,
Total First Downs. 98
Rushing ......... 53
Passing ......... 41
Other ............ 4
Total Net Yards ... 1653
Total Plays ...... 385
Avg. Per Play ... 4.3
Avg. Per Game.. 330
Net Rushing Yards 902
Tota! Attempts .. 263
Avg. Per Play ... 3.4
Avg. Per Game... 180.4
Net Passing Yards. 751
Att/Comp/Int ... 122/63/8
Avg. Per Att ..... 6.1
Avg. Per Comp.. 11.9
Avg. Per Game.. 150.2
Punt/Avg/Blk ..... P/43.1/1

Opp
85
41
38
6
1590
314
5.1
318
726
183
3.9
145.2
864
131/74/11
6.5
11.6
172.8
26/42.6/0

Michigan
Punt Rt/Yds/Avg.. 16/133/8.3
KO Rt/Yds/Avg ... 9/118/13.1 1
Int/Yards .......... 11/54
Fumbles/Lost ..... 8/5
Penalties/Yards... 25/221
SCORING
Total Pts/Avg ..... 74/14.8
Touchdowns ....... 9
Rushing ......... 6
Passing ........ 3
Other ..............0
PATS/At t 6/7
2 Pt. Conv/Att 1/2
Field Goals/Att ... 4/6
3rd Down Conv/Att 36/84
Success Pct......... 42.8
SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2
MICHIGAN .....................16 17
Opponents ...................10 13

Football Statistics
8/161/20.1 Receiring
1/152/13.8
8/47 No Yds Avg
14/8 Nelson............. 16 212 13.3
25/201 Bean ....... 14 209 14.9

73/14.6
'9
8
3
7/9
0/0
4/6
28/72
38.8

.~11 . .. . .. . . .
Morris...........
White..........
Jokisch ..........
Rogers..........
Garrett ...........
Kattus...........
S. Johnson ........
Markray........
Logue .............
Harbaugh ........

91
5
4
4
3
3
2
1
1
1

90
26
63
35
30
26
32
15
9
4

10.0
5.2
i5.8
8.8
10.0
8.7
16.0
15.0
9.0
4.0

TD
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

DEFENSE
Tackles Assists
M. Mallory...........41 22
Brooks...............33 9
Anderson.............17 15
Rivers ..............28 4
Cochran..............23 6
Lyless................15 9
Moellery.............11 12
Mike Hammerstein 16 8
Scarcelli............. 11 7
Campbell............. 10 2
Gantd................ 11 1
Herens...............9 1
Gray................ 4 5
DeFelice............. 6 2
Rodgers..............3 5
D. Mallory........... 6 1
Bishop...............5 2
Hicks.. 4 2
Sincich...............4 2
Harris ........ ....... 2 2
Meredith............. 2 2
Randall.............. 2 1
LeivandoWski......... 0 1
Robbins.............. - -
,Interceptions
No Yds
Cochran.............. 3 4

3
20
27

4 Tot.
21 74
23 73

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Rushing
Att Yds
Morris............. 71 317
White ............. 61 229
Perryman......... 40 142
Garrett............ 25 80
Rogers ............ 20 77
Harbaugh..........42 54
Wilcher ........... 1 5
Logue. ........... 3 -2

Avg
4.5
3.8
3.6
3.2
3.9
1.3
5.0
-.7T

TD
0
0
5
1
0
0
0
0

'M ' ................ 63 751 11.9 3
Opponent ......... 74 864 11.6 3'
Scoring
TDr TDp PAT FG TP
Perryman........... .5 30.
Bergeron .............6/7 4/5 18
Garrett............ 1 1 14
Bean ................ 1 6
Nelson ............... 1 6
Harbaugh ..........0
'M'.................6 3 6/7 4/5 74
Opponent............ 5 3 7/9 4/6 73
Punting
No Yds Avg Long
Robbins ........... 28 1280 45.7 78
Schlopy............ 1 13 ,13.0 13
Team ............. 1 - - -
'M....... 30 1293 43.1 78
Opponent .......... 26 1107 42.6 61'
Field Goals
0-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Tot
Bergeron.............2-2 0-1 2-2: 4-5
Schiopy ............. 0-1: 0-1

Total
63
42
32
32
29
24t
23
24
18
12,
12 "
10
9
8
8
7
7
6,
6
4
4
3
1
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Lyles............
Mike Hammerstein..
D. Mallory ..........
M. Mallory .........
Rivers............
Moeller...........

3
1
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1
1

20
16
12
2
0
0

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'M' ................ 263 902 3.4 6
Opponent..........183 726 3.9 5
Passing
Att PC Int Pct. Yds
Harbaugh............111 60 5 .541 718
Rein ................ 7 2 ' 1 .286 19
Zurbrugg ............ 4 1 2 .250 14

.M.................. 122
Opponent ............ 131

63
74

8
11

.516 751
.565 864

.M'.................. 2-2
Opponent ............ 1-1

0-0 0-1 2-3: 4-6
2-2 1-3 0-0: 4-6

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