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Page 10- The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, November 20, 1984

BATTLE WITH BYU A POSSIBILITY

AHoliday for Michigan?

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By DOUGLAS B. LEVY
Keep your pants on Wolverine
diehards, Michigan may be going to
the Holiday Bowl to face the top-ranked
Brigham Young Cougars.
"If we don't get Auburn, right now
Michigan is our number one choice,"
said Stan Bates, a top Holiday Bowl of-
ficial last night. "We just have to wait
and see tomorrow.''
HOW CAN it be? How can a 6-5 team,
tied for sixth place in the Big Ten
receive an invitation to any bowl game,
let along the game that may be respon-
sible for crowning the 1984 National
Champion?
The explanation is a simple one.
Today the Southeastern Conference
(SEC) will rule on the bowl eligibility of
the University of Florida. Several
weeks ago, Florida was placed on
NCAA probation for three years which
will prohibit the Gators from appearing
in both post-season bowl games and
on television.
The SEC's ruling today will decide
whether or not Florida should be ruled

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Ohio State fullback Barry Walker powers his way past Wolverine defender
Tim Anderson in Saturday's 21-6 Buckeye victory.

ineligible for this season's round of
bowl games. The Gators are 5-0-1 in the
SEC this year and have clinched their
first-ever conference title. The winner
of the SEC annually plays in the Sugar
Bowl.
BUT IF Florida is ruled ineligible,
and it is believed that this will tran-
spire, then Auburn would most likely go
to New Orleans. LSU still has a shot at
the Sugar Bowl, if Florida is ruled
ineligible and if Auburn loses to Alabama
on December 1. Of course, by Decem-
ber 1, all other bowl arrangements will
have been finalized.
Currently, Auburn is going to San
Diego to face Brigham Young and LSU
is going to Memphis, Tenn. to battle
Arkansas in the Liberty Bowl. Should
Auburn fill in at the Sugar, the path is
clear for Michigan to face the 11-0
Cougars.
There are literally no other quality
teams left that could play against
Brigham Young. Stand by for the SEC's
crucial decision.-
THE ONE man who refused to get
caught up on all the speculation is
GRIDDE PICKS
What a weekend for upsets. Al
Rossi, Alan Beland, and Pete
"Sweet Meat" Anderson: you guys
are history! In the final weekend of
the Griddes season, Marcia Johnson
squashed her heavily-favored
rivals to capture the firsthGriddes
crown for a member of the fairer
sex.
Johnson dug deep into the ar-
chives of her Museums Building of-
fice and pulled out a stunning 14-6
relic. Only the free, one-item, small
pizza she will receive from Pizza
Bob's may top the thrill of victory.
Finally, this just in: Daily Libels
21, Ohio State Lantern 0.

Michigan head coach Bo Schem-
bechler. "I have nothing official from
anybody," said Schembechler yester-
day at his final press luncheon of the
year. "As I sit here, there is nothing I
can tell you."
Michigan would have one problem
with making a Holiday Bowl appearan-
ce. The date of the game is December
21, which falls on the last day of final
examinations. Michigan's Director of
Athletics, Don Canham, has stated in
the past that bowl games would never
be permitted to interefere with
academic scheduling.
The question arises, would Canham
stand in way of such an enthralling op-
portunity. Canham was in Chicago
yesterday and could not be reached for
comment.

Michigan Football Statistics
TEAMJohnson 4 67 16.8
T AKattus .4 31 7.8

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MICHIGAN'S only other bowl oppor-
tunity appears to be the Aloha in
Honolulu, Hawaii. Southern Methodist
would face Notre Dame if the Fighting
Irish can upset USC this Saturday. If
Notre Dame falls, then Michigan could
be treated to a superb Hawaiian
vacation.
Five Big Ten teams are committed to
bowl games. Ohio State will face USC in
the Rose Bowl. Iowa is slated for the
newly created Freedom Bowl in
Anaheim, Calif. Wisconsin will compete
in the Hall of Fame Bowl in Bir-
mingham, Ala. and the Spartans from
Michigan State are scheduled to appear
in the inaugural Cherry Bowl at the
Pontiac Silverdome. Purdue appears
Peach Bowl-bound.
Stay tuned for further details.

SCHROEDER NAMED ALL-AMERICAN:

'l' runs eighth in nation

Special to the Daily
UNIVERSITY PARK, Penn.-The University of Arkansas
lived up to its top billing by capturing the NCAA Men's cross
country championships at Penn State University yesterday.
Michigan, ranked 12th of the 21 teams in the finals, came
away with a surprising eighth-place finish. It was the third-
highest finish in the school's history.
COACH Ron Warhurst, who had said before the meet,
"We're shooting for the top ten," got his wish and was elated
with the result. "The boys came through," he said trium-
phantly.
For Michigan, Bill Brady and Chris Brewster placed 38th
and 45th, respectively. Both finished the wind-chilled, 35-
degree, 10,000 meter course in under 31 minutes.

Brewster had a philosophical outlook on his personal
placement. "There were 44 people in front of me who
wouldn't get out of my way," he said.
ARIZONA took second place, followed by the University of
Tennessee, the defending national champions, which
Warhurst called "somewhat of a surprise." Michigan's Big
Ten nemesis, Wisconsin, finished fourth. The University of
Illinois, which had defeated the harriers in both previous en-
counters, slumped to 14th place.
On the woman's side, Michigan failed to qualify a team in
the finals. There was vindication, however, in the form of
junior Sue Schroeder. Running individually, Schroeder
finished 20th, and captured All-America honors for her per-
formance.

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 Att.....
Avg. Per Comp ..
Avg. Per Game..
Punt/Avg./BIk ....
Punt Rt/Yds/Avg..
KO Rt/Yds/Avg ...
Int/Yds ...........
Fumbles/Lost .....
Penalties/Yards ...
SCORING
Total Pts/Avg .....
Touchdowns .......
Rushing .........
Passing .........
Other.........
PATs/Att .......
2 Pt Conv/Att ......
Field Goals/Att ....
3rd Dn Conv/Att ...
Success Pct...

M
200
108
85
7
3499
778
4.5
318
1963
536
3.6
178.4
1536
242/134/14
6.3
11.4
139.6
57/42.9/1
27/174/6.4
21/340/16.2
17/183
19/8
47/360

Opp
203
93
102
8
3635
732
5.0
330
1630
439
3.7
148.1
2005
293/179/17
6.8
11.2
182.2
54/40.5/0
16/210/13.1
25/308/12.3
14/156
23/12
54/415
176/16.0
22
15
6
1
18/21
1/1
8/14
71/160
44.3
3 4 TOTAL
0 54 56 197
0 30 66 176
319:51,

MICHIGAN........134 1536 11.4 10

MICHIGAN.........134
Opponents ......... 179

1536 11.4 10
2005 11.2 6

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

2
1

Scoring
TDr TDp

Bergeron.........
Perryman ...........
Garrett...........
Nelson............
Bean..............
Jokisch............
.Morris............
Zurbrugg.........
Kattus .............
Markray..........
Rogers............
Harbaugh.........
Schlopy .............

5
3
2
2

1
3
2
2

32
9
4

PAT FG TP
19-20 12-15 55
30
26
18
14
12
12
12
6
6
0
0-1 0

14

16.0
9.0
4.0

0
0
0
0

1
1

I

MICHIGAN....... 13 10 19-20 12-16 197

MICHIGAN........
O pp .... -... '.....

13
15

10
6

19-20 12-16 197
18-21 8-14 176

197/17.9
23
13
10
0
19/20
2/3
12/16
71/164
43.2

Field Goals
0-29, 30-39 40.49 50 +
Bergeron............22 6-7 2-3 2-3:
Schlopy.............. 00 0-0 0-0 0-1:

Tot.
12-15
0-1

MICHIGAN ......... 2-2 6-7
Opponents........... 4-5 2-3
Punting
GP No
Robbins............11 55
Schloppy............ 11 1
TEAM............. 11 1

2-3 2-4: 12-16
2-4 0-2: 8-14

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1
MICHIGAN ................ 37
Opponents......................40
Time of Possession 340:09

Yds
2431
13
0

Avg
44.2
13.0
0.0

LP
78
13
0

2
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57 244 4.9 7

MICH............... 11
Opp ................. 11

INDIVIDUAL
Rushing

Morris..........
Rogers..........
White .............
Perryman .........
Garrett............
Zurbrugg ..........
Harbaugh .........
S. Johnson.........
Webb..............
Wilcher.........
Rein ..............
Logue .............

Att
115
120
86
63
53
43
42
1
3
3
4
3

Yds
561
467
329
277
173
63
54
18
15
8
0
-2

Avg
4.9
3.9
3.8
4.4
3.3
1.5
1.3
18.0
5.0
2.7
0.0
-.7

TD
2
1
0
5
3
2
0
0
0
0
0
0

G. Johnson ....
Gant..........
S. Johnson .... .
Campbell......
Morris........
Garrett........
Markray ......
White.........

Return
PR/Yds/Avg
15/92/6.1/1
8/76/9.5/18
3/5/1.7/5
1/1/1.0/1

57 2444 42.9 78
54 2187 40.5 61
ns
/LP KOR/Yds/Avg/PJ
1
8
1/19/19.0/19
16/307/19.2/80
2/5/2.5/8
1/5/5.0/5
1/4/4.0/4

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DEFENSE

MICHIGAN........ 536 1963 3.6 13
Opponents......... 439 1630 3.7 15
Passing
Att PC Int Yds TD
Harbaugh............111 60 5 718 3
Zurbrugg.............98 56 6 609 5
Rein ................ 31 17 3 142 1
Bean ................ 1 1 0 67 1
Rogers .............. 1 0 0 0 0

Name
M. Mallory........
Anderson..........
Cochran...........
Brooks............
Rivers ..............
Lyles ................
Mike Hammerstein..
Scarcelli............
D. Mallory..........
Moeller.............
Hicks...............
Sincich ..............
Campbell............
DeFelice..........
Rodgers...........
Heren ...............
Meredith..........
Gray ..............
Akers ...............
Gant ................
Bishop ..............
Harris...............
Randall .............
Lewandowski........
Schulte ..............
Thiebert..........
Hood ................

$89
54
52
51
53
32
37
34
25
17
25
24-
23
11
15
15
12
7
8
11
8
4
5
1
2
2
1

51
39
20
18
10
27
16
18
13
19
9
7
6
12
7
4
4
7
4
1
3
3
1
3
1
0
0

140
93
72
69
63
59
53
52
38
36
34
31
29
23
22
19
16
14
12
12
11
7
6
4
3
2
1

Tackles Assists Total

MICHIGAN..........242
Opponents ........... 293

134 14 1536 10
179 17 2005 6

Receiving

Nelson............
Bean............
Morris..........
Rogers..........
Jokisch............
Markray ..........
Garrett............
White .............

No
39
26
14
11
9
9
7
7

Yds
452
399
131
63
164
120
38
26

Avg
11.6
15.3
9.4
5.7
18.2
13.3
5.4
3.7

TD
3
2
0
0
2
1
1
0

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