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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 7, 1984
1984 Michigan Wolverines
1984 University of Michigan Alphabetical Football Roster 51 Mike Krauss OG 6-5 263 Jr. Clinton, MI/Clinton

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No. Name
89 Chuck Adams
33 Jeff Akers
57 Tim Anderson
34 Greg Armstrong
59 Art Balourdos
50 John Balourdos
25 Vince Bean
19 Bob Bergeron
6 Allen Bishop
68 Andrew Borowski
99 Carlitos Bostic
52 Kevin Brooks
40 James Brown
83 Erik Campbell
94 Gene Cecchini
2 Bob Cernak
64 Dave Chester
30 Brad Cochran
58 Keith Cowan
76 Michael Dames
62 Chris D'Esposito
90 Vince DeFelice
65 Dave Dever
72 John Elliott
70 Mark Erhardt
16 Keith Evans
93 David Folkertsma
71 Rick Frazer
9 Dwayne Freeman
14 Tony Gant
32 Eddie Garrett
75 Bud Gereg
58 John Ghindia
92 Joe Gray
63 Sean Gufey
78 Mark Hammerstein
66 Mike Hammerstein
4 Jim Harbaugh
56 Billy Harris
35 Dieter Heren
69 Dave Herrick
17 Ivan Hicks
31 Kenneth Higgins
55 Mark Hill
88 Dan Holloway
48 Ernie Holloway
28 Ed Hood
71 Mike Husar
73 Doug James
38 Brandon Johns
26 Gilvanni Johnson
24 Steve Johnson
84 Paul Jokisch
81 Eric Kattus
94 Mike Kovac

Pos.
TE
ILB
ILB
FB
COG
ILB
SE
PK
D8
c
OLB
DT
RB
WR
DL
08
OG
DB
OLB
OG
OG
DT
DT
OT
OT
DB_
DT
OL
DB
FB
DT
OG
MG
OL
OT
DT
0B
MG
DB
OT/ DT
DB
WR
C
OLB
RB
DB
OT
OG
DB
WR
WR
WR
TE
TE

Hgt.
6-5
6-2
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-2
6-3
5-8
5-10
6-4
6-3
6-6
6-0
5-10
6-5
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-0
6.2
6-3
6-2
6-24
6-7
6-6
6-0
6-5
6-4
6-3
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-2
6-2
6-4
6-4
6-4
6-3
6.1
6-3
6-3
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-2
5-10
5-10
6-3
6-2
6-2
6-2
5-10
6-8
6-6
6-4

Wgt.
223
225
218
215
250-
215
190
160
180
250
230
245
195
162._
238
190
240
219
210
242
245
245
230
240
250
2c/i
255
250
185
180
220
230
245
240
280
262
239
202
230
205
255
180
198
235
255
185
181
250
267
187
180
172
240
222
235

Class
Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
So.
So.
So.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
J r.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
J r.
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Sr.
So.
J r.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.

Hometown/High School
Detroit, MI/Country Day
Lynn, MA/Classical
Ann Arbor, MI/Pioneer
Middleton, OH/Middleton
Chicago, IL/Mather
Chicago, ILMather
Southfield, MI/Southfield
Ft. Wayne. IN/Bishop Luers
Miami, FL/ Killian
Cincinnati, OH/St. Xavier
Ypsilanti, MI/Ypsilanti
Detroit, MI/MacKenzie
Cincinnati, OH/Princeton
Gary, IN/Gary Roosevelt
Farmington, MI/Brother Rice
Lockport, IL/Lockport
Titusville, FL/Titusville
Royal Oak, MI/Brother Rice
Orchard Park, NY/Orchard Park
Miami, FL/Miami Beach
Toledo, OH/St. Francis
Trenton, MI/Trenton
Midland. MI/H.H. Dow
Lake Ronkonkoma, NY/Sachem
N. Olmstead. OH/St. Edward
Oakland Park, FL/St._Thomas Aquinas
Grand Rapids, MI/Calvin Christian
Escanaba, MI/Escanaba
West Palm Beach, FL/Suncoast
Fremont, OH/Fremont
Milwaukee, WI/Pius XI
Mt. Clemens. MI/DeLaSalle
Trenton, MI/Trenton
Detroit, MI/Benedictine
Coleman, WI/Coleman
Wapakoneta, OH/Wapakoneta)
Wapakoneta, OH/Wapakoneta
Palo Alto, CA/Palo Alto
Xenia, OH/Xenia
Ft. Wayne, IN/Snider
Indianapolis, IN/Warren
Pennsauken, NJ/Pennsauken
Battle Creek, MI/Lakeview
Holland, MI/West Ottawa
Detroit, MI/DePorres
Detroit, MI/DePorres
Utica, MI/Eisenhower
Chicago, IL/Mt. Carmel
Louisville, KY/DeSales
Benton Harbor, MI/Benton Harbor
Detroit, MI/Northern
Youngstown, OH/Cardinal Mooney
Birmingham, MI/Brother Rice
Cincinnati, OH/Colerain
Cleveland Hpts., OH/St. Joseph

Gene Lawson
Phil Lewandowski
Phil Logas
Ben Logue
Rodney Lyles
Douglas Mallory
Mike Mallory
Triando Markray
Rick Masters
Andree McIntyre
Mike Melnyk
Brian Mercer
Dave Meredith
Mark Messner
John Mihic
Clay Miller
Andy Moeller
Glenn Mogle
Pat Moons
Jamie Morris
Ken Mouton
Sim Nelson
Bob Perryman
Bob Popowski
Jerry Quaerna
Greg Randall
Russell Rein
Mike Reinhold
Dan Rice
Garland Rivers
Monte Robbins
Nate Rodgers
Rick Rogers
James Rott
Jim Scarcelli
Todd Schiopy
Paul Schmerge
Tim Schulte
Todd Schulte
Mike Sessa
Marty Shimko
Dave Simon
Alan Sincich
Garrett Smith
Bob Tabachino
Bob Tait
Steven Thibert
John Vitale
Jack Walker
Phil Webb
Peter Wentworth
Gerald White
John Whitledge
Thomas Wicher
John Willingham
Derek Woodmore
John Zingales
Chris Zurbrugg

WR
ILB
SE
RB
OLB
DB
ILB
WR
OG
ILB
PK
TB
DT
DL
OL
OT
ILB
OT
PK
WR
DB
TE
FB
OG
OT
DB
Q8
ILB
FB
DB
P
MG
RB
LB
OLB
PK
TE
OLB
LB
WR
DT
C
MG
FLK
OG
OLB
OLB
OG
TE
RB
LB
RB
QB
TB
ILB
FLK
DB/K
QB

5-11
6-3
5-10
6.0
6-3
6.1_
6-2
6-2
6-2
6-1
6-1
-6-2
6-4
6-3
6-4
6-4
6.1
6-8
5-10
5-8
6-0
6-3
6-2
6-3
6-6
6-10
6-2
6-3
6-2
6-2
6-4
6-0
6-2
5-11
6-5
5-10
6-2
6-3
6-3
6.1
6-4
6-7
6-1
5.6
6-1
6-5
6.5
6.1
6-5
6. 1
6-2
6-1
6-2
6-0
6.3
6-1
5-10
6-2

172
222
172
195
226
185
217
185
245
245
165
205
245
220
258
258
219
280
160
179
185
230
225
265
270
187
190
228
223
182
195
234
.216
195
220
163
222
210
220
175
220
230
230
149
263
225
225
235
229
180
215
205
195
185
210
205
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So.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
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Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
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So.
So.
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Sr.
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Sr.
So.
Sr.
Fr.
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Fr.._
So.
So.
So.
So.
So.
J r.
Fr.
J r.
So.
So.

Ft. Lauderdale, FL/St. Thomas Aquinas
Solon. OH/Solon
Altamonte Springs, FULake Brantley
Atlanta, GA/North Springs
Miami, FLKillian
DeKalb, IUDeKalb
Detroit, MI/DePorres
Nobelsville, IN/Bishop Chatard
Chicago, IUMendel Catholic
Warren, MI/Warren
Cincinnati, OH/Forest Park
Sterling Hgts., MI/Stevenson
Milford, MI/Catholic Central
Lombard, IUGlenbard
Norman, OK/Norman
Ann Arbor, Mt/Pioneer
Sarasota, FL/Riverview
Ft. Lauderdale, FL/St. Thomas Aquinas
Ayer, MA/Ayer
Naples, FL/Naples
Ft Wayne, IN/Northside
Buzzard's Bay, MA/Bourne
Chicago, IL/Lane Tech
Janesville, WI/Ft. Atkinson
Chagrin Falls, OH/Kenston
Evergreen Park. IL/Marist
Muskegon. MI/Central Catholic
Roxbury, MA/W. Roxbury
Canton, OH/Canton McKinley
Great Bend, KS/Great Bend
Warren, OH/W. Reserve
Inkster, MI/Wayne Memorial
Pryor,_OK/Pryor High _
Warren, MI/Warren
Orchard Park, NY/Orchard Park
Cincinnati, OH/St. Xavier
Ft. Thomas, KY/Covington Catholic
Ft. Thomas, KY/Covington Catholic
St. Joseph, MI/Lake Michigan
Bay Village, OH/St. Ignatius
Grosse Pointe, MI/Grosse Pointe North
Cleveland, OH/St. Joseph
Cleveland, OH/East Lansing
Youngstown, OH/Chaney
Danboro, PA/Central Buck East
Union Lake, MI/Walled Lake Central
Detroit._MI/DeLaSalle
Westland, MI/John Glenn
Romeo, MI/Romeo
Louisville, KY/DeSales
Titusville, FLUTitusville
Delton, MI/Delton-Kellogg
Detroit, MI/Central
Dayton, OH/Colonel White
Auburn Heights, MI/Avondale
Shaker Heights, OH/Lakewood St. Edward
Alliance, OH/Alliance

SeeoK jary
A personnel check of the 1984 Wolverine defensive
backfield rekindles memories,. of the powerful 1980
unit.
That secondary of Tony Jackson, Brian Carpenter,
Marion Body and Keith Bostic was young and inex-
perienced, and none of those players had started any
previous games. But it came together and was a
leading force in the Michigan defense that held its
foes out of the endzone in 22 consecutive quarters..
THIS SEASON'S group is also very young. No
seniors are in its makeup and it is littered with inex-
perienced ballplayers. But the '84 unit does have one
advantage over its counterpart of four years ago-a
pre-season All-American in Brad Cochran, a player
who has been at Michigan only one full season.
The Royal Oak native finished second on the team
in tackles last year and led the Wolverines in inter-
ceptions with five, including two in the season finale
against Ohio State and one in the Sugar Bowl.
It was a surprise that Cochran was even on the 1
team in '83. He saw some action in the first three
games of his freshman year, but wasn't happy with
his situation and transferred to Colorado, where itr
was discovered he had a chemical imbalance in his'
blood system that was causing his mental distress.
WITH THAT out of the way, Cochran re-enrolled atf
Michigan last summer and went on to start every
game of last season at cornerback.
But after Cochran and junior Tony Gant, who lined
up at free safety during the last eight games of '83,
the defensive backfield is thin in game experience.
The cornerback spot opposite Cochran was open
following the graduation of John Lott. But coach Bo
Schembechler designated sophomore Garland Rivers
of Canton, Ohio as the starter there even before
spring practice began.
RIVERS SAW action in five games last year and
made six stops against Purdue. He was the only
freshman to earn a varsity letter.
The key spot to be filled is the strong safety position
vacated by Evan Cooper. Junior Dieter Heren plays t
with a style admired by Schembechler and was listed
at the top of the strong safety depth chart after spring
practice.
"Heren's a hard-hitting kid," said Schembechier.

reminiscent

of

Secondary depth chart
CORNERBACK FREE SAFETY STRONG SAFETY
Garland Rivers (So) TONY GANT (Jr) Dieter Heren (Jr)
Al Bishop (So) Dwayne Freeman (So) Doug Mallory (So)
CAPS indicate returning starter.
Brad Cochran, Michigan's
consensus preseason All- A
American, watches Mike
Mallory pull in an
interception. Cochran, a
junior, had a team-leading
five interceptions himself.
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"He's not afraid to stick his helmet in somebody's
chest."
THE BACKUP. POSITIONS will be up for grabs
among Doug Mallory, Dwayne Freeman, Al Bishop
and Ivan Hicks. All are young players with a lot of
quickness.

If this backfield can res
formance as much as in,
defense ought to come th
that lives up to the traditic

Michi
depth
(Continued fror
Art Balourdos will b
the ball to Harbaugh1
in turn give the ball t
ted backs. Four fu
tailbacks can expe
serious yardage in 19
is so powerful that
loss of 1000-yarder 1
has had academic pr
minimal. Junior
Perryman and Eddie
one-two on the pre-s
while Gerald Whi
Wilcher head the tailb
The most importa

gan has the
to win big
m Page 3) Wolverine outlook is the balance of
e the man getting returning starters. While most of the
this year, who will other "Big Five-Medium Five" have
o a wealth of talen- suffered major losses in various areas
illbacks and five of their teams, Michigan returns 15
ct to gain some starters. Aside from the possible gap at
84. This backfield signal-caller, these few losses have
even the possible capable replacements.
Rick Rogers, who The Wolverines can no longer be
roblems, would be assured of being the dominating Big
fullbacks Bob Ten powerhouse that they once were.
Garrett are listed Perhaps the increased competition will
eason depth chart push Michigan to new heights. But one
te and Thomas thing is for sure-the games and the
acks. race for the roses will be at an all-time
nt factor of the fever pitch.

Suspect punting

could be tr

By MIKE MCGRAW
Michigan is bringing in fresh players
at quarterback and offensive line, but
coach Bo Schembechler says those
positions don't concern him too much.
What especially bothers Schem-
bechler, though, is the special teams.
The Wolverines seem to be okay when it
comes to the placekicking-record-
holder Bob Bergeron returns for field
goals and Todd Schlopy again handles
kickoffs-but when it comes to the pun--
ting, . there will be inexperienced
players at all positions.
FOUR-YEAR STARTER Don
Bracken graduated last April leaving

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Tuna 'n Croissant ...................... $3.35
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Specialist
depth chart
PLACE KICKER
BOB BERGERON (Sr)
Todd Schlopy (Sr)
Pat Moons (Jr)
Mike Melnyk (Sr)
PUNTER
Todd Schlopy (Sr)
Monte Robbins (So)
CAPS indical' returning slarler.

Michigan's roster with no one who has!
attempted a punt in a real game.
The responsibility for that chore will'
go to either Schlopy or sophomore Mon-
te Robbins from Great Bend, Kan. The
two split the punting during the spring
game and neither got off a boot of more
than 40 years in the rainy conditions.
"We didn't fare too well (in the spring
game)," said Robbins. "We didn't show
what we had. I think it'll be a good bat-
tle this fall. I've improved a lot."
ANOTHER FOUR-year starter,
Larry Sweeny, departed from the long
snapper role. Schembechler feels that
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the job this year could go to freshman
Mark Hill. Hill has been to Michigan
football camp the last few summers so
the coaches are familiar with his
ability.
Evan Cooper led the Big Ten in punt
returns last season and a successor
must also be found for him. Gilvanni
Johnson brought back six punts in '83
for a 7.2 average. But he should get
some competition from a couple of
small and speedy freshmen.
Erik Campbell, at 5-10 from Gary,
Ind. and 5-8 Jamie Morris, younger
brother of former Syracuse running
back Joe Morris, both could make an

impact th
Campbell
performer
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1981.

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Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Triando Markray could become quarterback Jim Harbaugh's favorite
target this year. Here he catches his first touchdown pass in a contest
against Purdue last season.

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