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Page 8_- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 17, 1985

AP Top Twenty

1. Auburn (23) .........2-0-0
2. Oklahoma (23) ......0-0-0
$. Southern Cal. (6) ....1-0-0
4. Iowa (5) .............1-0-0
5. So. Methodist (3) ....1-0-0
6. Florida State.......2-0-0
7. Ohio State ...........1-0-0
8. Oklahoma State .....2-0-0
9. LSU ................1-0-0
10. Penn State.........2-0-0
11. Florida .... .........1-0-1
12. UCLA ..............1-0-1
13. Brigham Young ....2-1-0
14. Arkansas ...........1-0-0
15. S. Carolina .........2-0-0
16. Alabama ...........2-0-0
17. Maryland..........1-1-0
18. Nebraska ..........0-1-0
19. MICHIGAN ........1-0-0
20. Illinois .............1-1-0

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376
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310
207
127
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Michigan's 20-12 upset victory
over Notre Dame Saturday
boosted the team into the 19th spot,
receiving 127 votes in The
Associated Press college football
poll. The Wolverines were the only
unranked team to break into this
week's poll.
The loss dropped the Fighting
Irish out of the Top Twenty after
being ranked 13th last week.
Michigan is making its first AP
Top Twenty appearance since the
sixth of last year's 16 polls. In ad-
dition, they are ranked 22nd by
USA Today.
The Wolverines' next opponent,
South Carolina, was idle on Satur-
day and held on to 15th place.

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Hoosiers' Bradley
nabs Big Ten honors

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Daily Photos by DAN HABIB

CHICAGO (AP) - Quarterback
Steve Bradley, who led Indiana to a
41-28 victory over Louisville, has been
named the Big Ten Player of the Week
on offense by The Associated Press.
Bradley, a 6-3, 223-pound senior

from Knox, Ind., completed 22 of 37
passes for 274 yards and one touch-
down and rushed nine times for 101
yards, including a 64-yard touchdown
run.
His efforts ended college football's
longest current losing streak at 16
games.
Yarema sidelined
EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) -
Already facing a rare night game at
Notre Dame on Saturday, Michigan
State was handed another major ob-
stacle yesterday with news of quar-
terback Dave Yarema's broken
throwing hand.
Spartan officials said Yarema's
hand will be in a cast for two weeks,
and Coach George Perles said he
should be back by the Iowa game Oct.
5, the Big Ten opener.
Two untested freshmen, Bobby
McAllister and Tom Holba, will take
junior Yarema's spot in practice this
week, with a decision later on which
one will start.

Long hours of practice on the hardcourt in addition
to years of gridiron workouts have led to the soft
hands of split end Paul Jokisch, shown here stret-
ching his 6'8" frame in hope of a spectacular touch-
down reception in Saturday's victory against Notre
Dame. The former Michigan basketball player and
current football star jumped high into the air, (up-
per left), appeared to catch the ball (left), but could
not complete the play, as the referee ruled the pass
incomplete (right). Jokisch had one catch on the
day for eleven yards.

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Bo chastises Faust 's critics

By PHIL NUSSEL
Michigan coach Bo Schembechler
jumped to the defense of Notre Dame
coach Gerry Faust at yesterday's
weekly press luncheon at Weber's
Inn.
Faust, who is in the last year of his
contract, was heavily criticized by the

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Notre Dame press for keeping the ball
on the ground deep in Michigan
territory. The result was the Irish set-
tling for three field goals after
crossing the Michigan 20 yard line
three times.
"I DON'T think it's fair," Schem-
bechler stated. "They (the critics)
have to understand that by going after
the coach, they're damaging the at-
titudes of these players.
"You can get on the guy, but God,
it's not the time to do it. You let him
play out the season.
"If you construe that as me defen-
ding him, the answer is yes," he ad-
ded.
FAUST WAS 5-6 in his first year at
Notre Dame, and has been on the hot
seat since then. This year the
pressure has been even greater and,
with Saturday's loss, Faust has more
enemies than ever. Schembechler is
not one of them, however.
"They got a full schedule to play
yet," the Michigan general said. "I
want to remind you men that we were
1-2 when we had one of the most
glorious years in Michigan football.

We finished the 1980 season, in my
opinion, as one of the top teams in the
nation."
In other news released yesterday:
*Gametime for the South Carolina
game Saturday will be 3:30 p.m. and
the contest will be telecast live on
ABC.
eFlanker Erik Campbell is out for
an indefinite period with a separated
shoulder. He injured it against Notre
Dame when he tried to grab a loose
ball on a punt return. Schembechler
was unsure about who would take
over the punt return duties, but he
said that tailback Jamie Morris is a
possibility.
ePreseason All-American
linebacker Mike Mallory aggravated
a hamstring pull Saturday and is
questionable for South Carolina. An-
dree McIntyre is next in line to start.
Todd Schulte and freshman J.J. Grant
could also see some playing time.
*Michigan assistant head coach
Gary Moeller will have a family in-
terest in the South Carolina game.
The Gamecocks' head coach, Joe

Morrison, is Moeller's brother-in-law.
*Outside linebacker Jim Scarcelli
and tailback Ernie Holloway will be
ready to play Saturday. The two sat
out the opener with injuries.
*The team will do all its practicing
in Ann Arbor this week on grass. It
won't leave until Friday night.
"Schembechler is high on .corner-
back Garland Rivers, who was named
the defensive hustler against Notre
Dame by the coaching staff. "Garland
Rivers will be an All-American before
he leaves here," Schembechler said.
"He's my kind of guy. He keeps get-
ting better."
eThe Hammerstein brothers
dominated Michigan's list of cham-
pions-of-the-week. Mark, an offensive
guard, was named offensive champ
while Mike, a defensive tackle, was
defensive champ.
*The other game awards were:
Tight end Eric Kattus, offensive
hustler; safety Tony Gant, kick team
champion; linebacker Rick Stities,
scout team champion; and defensive
tackle John Herrman, rookie of the
week.

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Cards sweep; Tudor wins 19th

PITTSBURGH (AP) - Willie
McGee singled home Vince Coleman
with the go-ahead run in the eighth in-
ning to help the first-place St. Louis
Cardinals capture a 3-1 victory and a
doubleheader sweep of the Pittsburgh
Pirates yesterday.
In the first game, John Tudor won
for the 18th time in his last 19
decisions as the Cardinals took advan-
tage of seven Pittsburgh errors for an
8-4 victory.
WITH THE score tied 1-1 in the
second game, Coleman led off the
eighth with a double off Pat Clements,
0-2, and scored when McGee punched
a single through the right side. Terry

Pendleton's RBI single, his third hit of
the game, gave the Cardinals an in-
surance run.
Pat Perry, 1-0, earned his first
major-league win by retiring R.,J.
Reynolds on a fly ball with the bases
loaded in the seventh and then pit-
ching two more hitless innings.
Andy Van Slyke, Pendleton and
Tom Herr each drove in two runs in
the opener to back Tudor, 19-8. The
loss was the 10th straight for Pit-
tsburgh starter Jose DeLeon, 2-18.
Tudor's streak of 31 scoreless innings
ended with Bill Almon's fourth-inning
grand slam.
The Pirates took a 1-0 lead in the fif-

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th inning of the second game when
Denny Gonzalez singled, took second
on a bunt, advanced to third on an in-
field out and scored on Pirate starter
Rick Rhoden's infield single.
Mets 9, Phillies 0
NEW YORK (AP) - Dwight
Gooden pitched a two-hitter and ex-
tended his scoreless-inning streak to
31 last night to lead the New York
Mets to a 9-0 rout of the Philadelphia
Phillies.
Gooden won his major league-
leading 21st game against four losses
as he struck out 11 and walked two. He
also added two hits, including a two-
run double, to New York's 14-hit at-
tack.
Gary Carter homered and drove in
four runs and Mookie Wilson had
three hits, including a two-run triple.
The only hits off Gooden were Mike
Schmidt's one-out double in the fourth
and Jeff Stone's single in the ninth.
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