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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, September 30, 1985

Kiler 'D'leads

Terrapin

terrorization

(Continued from Page 1)
"The 6-2, 220-pound senior was the
recipient of both Harbaugh touch-
down passes, and caught four other
aerials for a total of 81 yards.
"We knew he was a good athlete,"
said Maryland coach Bobby Ross of
Kattus, who had only eight career.
receptions before Saturday's perfor-
mance. "We didn't plan on double-
teaming Jokisch and dropping off on
Kattus. We just got caught in a gam-
ble and it didn't work.'
KATTUS HAD clutch receptions in
both of Michigan's first-half scoring
drives, when the Wolverines jumped
out to a 10-0 lead.
Michigan began.its first possession
of the game at midfield after sacks by
Billy Harris and Mark Messner forced
the Terps to punt on a fourth-and-35
from their own 18 yard line.
After a Harbaugh scramble gave
the Wolverines their initial first down
of the game, Kattus broke open over
the middle for a 13-yard reception
THE OFFENSE stalled after that,
however, and the Wolverines had to
settle for Mike Gillette's 34-yard line
goal.
After a botched Derlis Paredes 31-
yard field goal attempt midway through
the second quarter, Michigan drove
the ball 80 yards in 11 plays,
culminating in Kattus' 10 yard TD
reception.
The key play in that drive came on a
third and one from the Michigan 29.
Instead of handing off, Harbaugh
dropped back and hit a wide-open
Kattus for 33 yards. The play marked
the second time in as many games

that Schembechler has reaped the
rewards of gambling with the pass on
third and one.
KATTUS' other touchdown catch, a
three yarder, came at the end of a
slightly interrupted 73 yard drive. Af-
ter bringing the offense to the
Terrapin one yard line, Harbaugli
handed off to Thomas Wilcher.
Wilcher tried to dive into the en-
dzone, but coughed up the ball as he
flipped over in the pileup. Edward
Chapman recovered the fumble for
the Terrapins on the one.
On the next play, however, All-
American candidate fullback Rick
Badanjek returned the favor as he
fumbled into the hands of Mike Ham-
merstein at the four. Two plays later,
Kattus scored to give the Wolverines
an insurmountable 17-0 lead with 4:21
left in the third quarter.
HAMMERSTEIN and the rest of the
Michigan defense held the Maryland
offense in check with several big
plays, including three sacks of quar-
terback Stan Gelbaugh in the first
eight minutes of the game. The defen-
Big Ten Standings
Conf. Overall
MICHIGAN ............0 0 3 0
Indiana ............... 0 0 3 0
Iowa ...............00 3 0
Wisconsin...........0 0 3 0
Ohio State........... 0 0 3 0
Minnesota ............. 0 0 2 1
Purdue ................ 0 0 2 1
Northwestern..........0 0 2 1
Michigan State.........0 0 2 1
Illinois.........0 0 1 2

se also held Badanjek, Maryland's top
rusher, to 28 yards on the ground.
"He's (Badanjek) a big strong
back," said Hammerstein, "but we
had three or four guys on the ball,

gang tackling. If you get four guys on
anyone, they're going to go down.
"Their line was the best that we
played against so far, but they didn't
come off the ball the way we had seen

them in the films."
Going into the first Big Ten game of
the season next week against Wiscon-
sin, the Wolverine offensive line may
have a new look to it.
Starting guards Mike Husar and
Mark Hammerstein both went down
with injuries in the fourth quarter,
prompting Schembechler to predict
some "wholesale player shifts"
before the Wisconsin game.

"The only thing about this team is 4
that it doesn't have the necessary dep-
th to withstand injuries," said
Schembechler, who was visibly
shaken with the injuries to Hammer-
stein and Husar. "I'd feel a lot better
(about the Big Ten season) if I hadn't
lost my guards. We've got some work
to do. We're going back to the drawing
board."

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" Offensive guard Mike Husar may
not be injured as badly as thought.
According to head coach Bo Schem-
bechler, the lineman's arm is not
broken, but his status for the next few
weeks is questionable.
" In order to shore up the offensive
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"Wherever they need me, I go."
" Maryland head coach Bobby Ross
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and Ross refused to comment on the
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* Freshman John Kolesar keeps get-
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Westlake, Oh. native started yester-
day at flanker ahead of veteran
Gilvani Johnson and caught one pass
for 20 yards. Kolesar saw action

against South Carolina returning
kickoffs. A year ago, he was a run-
ningback for Westlake High School.
His father, William, played for
Michigan from 1953-55.
" After the completion of most non-
conference games, the Big Ten has
nine teams with winning records. The
loser, incredibly, is preseason
favorite Illinois (1-2) which lost to
USC and Nebraska while squeezing
out a win over Southern Illinois. Life
won't get easier for the Fighting Illini
since they open the Big Ten docket
against Ohio State Saturday.
" CBS ranked Michigan first in its
college football poll, announced
yesterday on the NFL Today. Unless
Maryland miraculously stays in the
top 20, it will be the third team the
Wolverines have knocked out of the
ratings.

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Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Wide receiver Paul Jokisch holds tight end Eric Kattus head and
shoulders above the rest following one of Kattus' TD receptions Saturday.
Kattus, a senior, caught six Jim Harbaugh aerials for 81 yards, including
scoring passes of 3- and 10-yards. Jokisch hauled in four of Harbaugh's 16
completions for 55 yards.

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