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SPORTS

Tiger victory parade
today at-noon
Tiger Stadium

T uesday, October 16, 1984

Page 7

T ough t
By PAUL HELGREN
Michigan's schedule for the next five
weeks should be enough to make any
coach shudder. The Wolverines, knot-
ted in a four-way tie with a 3-1 con-
ference mark, kick off a grinding Big
Ten season finish this Saturday at Iowa,
one of the co-leaders.
After that it's back home to host
Illinois, in second place at 3-2 but still
dangerous. Then it's off to the green (and
long) grass of Ross-Aide Stadium to
face another 3-1 team, the surprising
Purdue Boilermakers. Two weeks
later the Wolverines travel to Columbus
to face the Ohio State Byars.
IF BO Schembechler is worried about
this challenging grind, he isn't letting
on.
"I don't think there's anybody out
there (in the Big Ten) that can run
away from us," Schembechler said
Monday. "They've all proven that
they're vulnerable. None of them are
undefeated, are they?
"You show me one undefeated team
on the rest of our schedule and I'll say,
'Oh my God.' I don't see any team that
hasn't been beat," he said.
BRAVE WORDS for a man that en-
ters the stretch drive without his
regular quarterback. Don't let him
fool you. He's just not letting on.
Bo knows what his boys are going up
against.

IOWA, ILLINOIS, OSU ON HORIZON
eams ahead? Bofears not

This week they'll gace an Iowa defen-
se that features 11 returnees, including
super-linebacker Larry Station, who
leads the team in tackles with 61.
They'll face a defense that defused an
explosive Purdue attack, 40-3. "I
couldn't believe what they did to Pur-
due," said Schembechler.
All this with inexperienced Russell
Rein at the helm. It could be quite an in-
doctrination into the Big Ten for Rein
after a polite 31-0 debut against North-
western.
AND IT WON'T get any easier in the
weeks to come. Schembechler rattled
off the offensive stars Michigan will be
seeing after the Iowa game. Keith
Byars . . . Jack Trudeau . . . Jim
AP Top Twenty
W L T Pts
1. Washington (37) .... 6 0 0 1,135
2. Oklahoma (10%) .... 4 0 1 1,072
3. Texas (41/2) ......... 3 0 1 1,057
4. Boston College (6) ... 4 0 0 1,032
5. Nebraska ........... 5 1 0 884
6. SMU (1) ............ 4 0 0 862
7. Brigham Young......6 0 0 843
8. OhioState .......... 5 1 0 744
9. Miami, Fla.........6 2 0 668
10. LSU ............4 0 1 652
11. S. Carolina .......5 0 0 494
12. Oklahoma State .... 4 1 0 489
13. Auburn .......... 4 2 0 459%
14. Georgia ............ 4 1 0 403
15. Florida State........4 1 1 333
16. Kentucky .......... 5 0 0 288
17. Florida............. 4 1 1 284
18. Iowa .............4 2 0 157
19. Penn State........4 2 0 93
20. West Virginia.......5 1 0 67
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Everett ... Mike Tomczak ... David
Williams. An impressive catalogue of
talent that should make the Wolverines
the underdogs in three of their final five
contests.
That's fine with Schembechler.
"That's nice," said Schembechler,
when asked how he felf about not being
favored to win. "That doesn't take the
pressure off.. . but it is different, being
the underdog." .
BLUE BANTER: If you were skep-
tical of the announced crowd of 102, 245
at Saturday's game consider yourself in
good company. "I wonder how many
people were really in our stadium
Saturday?" pondered Bo Schem-
bechler. Someone suggested between
90,000-95,000. "I don't believe that,"

Schembechler countered, "Because as
you looked out you could see empty
seats between the people" . . . Schem-
bechler continues to marvel at Ohio
State's plow horse Keith Byars. Byars
had 274 yards against Purdue to pad his
nation-leading total. "Ol' Millie (Bo's
wife) says 'He's only a junior and you
shot your mouth off about signing kids
early.' He's (Byars) gotta go. He's
ready." . . . Defensive tackle Kevin
Brooks, who missed the Northwestern
game with a bad knee, will play Satur-
day . . . Safety Doug Mallory
is questionable with a pinched nerve ...
Running back Gerald White will be able
to play after missing two weeks with
puncture wounds to his arm and
shoulder.

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Quarterback Russell Rein awaits action during last Saturday's 31-0 romp
over Northwestern. Rein and the rest of the Wolverines face a much sterner,
test when Michigan faces Iowa in Iowa City this week.

Michigan football statistics

TEAM

Total First Downs .
Rushing .........
Passing .......
Other .........
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 Camp ..
Avg. Per Game..
unt/Avg/BIk .....
Punt Rt/Yds/Avg..
KO Rt/Yds/Avg..
tnt/yds............
Fumbles/Lost.
Penalties/Yds ....
SCORING
Total Pts/Avg .....
Touchdowns .......
Rushing .......
Passing .......
Other.........
.ATs/Att .........
2 Pt. Conv/Att .....
Field Goals/Att ....
SCORE B

M
112
61
46
5
1945
444
4.4
324
1107
310
3.5
184.5
838
134/72/8
6.2
11.6
139.6
33/43.5/1
18/134/7.4
10/198/19.8
12/70
10/6
31/261
105/17.5
13
9
4
0
10/11
1/2
5/7

Opp
100
46
47
7
1817
382
4.8
£302
798
217
3.6
133.0
1019
165/92/12
6.1
11.0
169.8
34/40.4/0
10/173/17.3
15/198/13.2
8/47
14/8
37/292
73/12.1
9
8
3
1
7/9
0/0
4/7

INDIVIDUAL
Rushing
Att Yds Avg TD
Morris.............79 350 4.4 1
White .............61 229 3.8 0
Rogers ............ 47 216 4.6 0
Perryman ..........40 142 3.6 5
Garrett........... 32 91 2.8 3
Harbaugh.......... 42 54 1.3 0
Johnson............ 1 18 18.0 0
Wilcher ............3 8 2.7 0
Rein .............. 1 1 1.0 0
Zurbrugg .......1 0 0.0 0
Logue............. 3 -2 -.7 0
MICH .............s310 1107 3.5 9
Opp ............... 217 798 3.6 5

S. Johnson.........
Markray ............
Logue............
Harbaugh..........

2
I
I
I

32
15
9
4

16.0
15.0
9.0
4.0

0
0
0
0

16
15
9
4
45
73

MICH ............... 72
opp ................. 92

838 11.6 4-
1019 11.0 3

Scoring
TDr TDp TDo

Perryman ........
Garrett ..............
Bergeron ............
Bean..............
Kattus ..............
Morris..............
Nelson..............
Harbaugh ...........
Schiopy.............

5
3

1

PAT TP
30
26
Il t 25
6
6
6
6
0
0

1
I
1

I

Passing
Att PC Pct.
Harbaugh............111 60 54.1
Rein ...............18 10 55.6
Zurbrugg ............ 5 2 40.0
MICH................134 72 ' 53.7
Opp ................. 165 92 55.8
Receiving,
No Yds Avg.
Nelson .............. 17 240 14.1
Bean ................ 16 234 14.6
Morris .............. 12 113 9.4
Rogers .............. 6 41 6.8
White ............... 5 26 5.2
Jokisch.............. 4 63 15.8
Kattus .............. 4 31 7.8
Garrett.............. 3 '30 10.0

Yds TD
3
102 1
18 0
838 4
1019 3

MICH ............... 9 4 0 10/11 105
Opp ................. 5 3 1 7/9 73
Punting
No Yds Avg Long
Robbins ........... 31 1422 45.9 78
Schlopy ...........1 13 13.0 13
Team .............1 0 0.0 0 ,
MICH ............. 33 1435 43.5 78
Opp ............... 34 1375 40.4 61
Field goals
0-29 30-39 4049 50+: Tot
Bergeron.............2-2 1-1 0-1 2-2: 54
Schiopy..............0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1: 0-1

BYQUARTERS

TD
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1

LP
28
45
21
13
10
19
12
18

1-l 2 3 4 Tot.
MIICHIGAN ....................23 34 27 21 105
Opponents .....................10 13 27 23 73
lme of Possession .............192:13 167:47

MICH ............... 2-2
Opp .................1-1.

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0-1: 4-7

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