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IOWA COACH ADMITS SPELLING PROBLEM
Bo shoots down
polls, aims for
By PHIL NUSSEL
jt seems as if the better Michigan
plays, the more Bo Schembechler
ignores the polls. Yesterday at his
weekly press luncheon Schembechler
was told that the USA Today ranked
his squad No. 1.
"I don't read that paper," the
veteran leader replied.
eTHEN ANOTHER reporter told him
the New York Times ranked Michigan
"I don't get that paper either," he
Indeed, the polls mean nothing to
Schembechler, at least not right now.
He seemed content with talking about
the Iowa game.
"We got some work to do on of-
fense," he said. "We got an excep-
tional attitude. We came out of the
Michigan State game with nobody in-
jured. We're going after one game at
Iowa coach Hayden Fry also made
an appearance at the luncheon in the
form of a teleconference call. He
hoped his squad would not be ranked
No. 1 going into Saturday's game. "At
Iowa, we don't even know how to spell
number one," he said.
Fry spent the rest of the time
praising Schembechler and the Wo-
lverines. He definitely wasn't
bragging about his defense, which had
to replace nine starters this year (two
lost to injuries, seven to graduation).
"I'M OVERLY concerned about
Michigan, period," he said. "They
don't need any compliments from
Unlike the week before, Schem-
bechler was less worried about the of-
fensive line's status. "We're not going
to make any changes in there," he
said. "We'll take a look at (Mike)
Husar Tuesday and find out if he can
play. The rest of it, I don't see any
Converted tackle Mike Krauss filled
in for the injured Husar against MSU
and ended up being named the game's
offensive hustler. "Just a week ago
we moved him from offensive tackle
to guard to help us out, and he per-
formed very well for us. He got in there
and just whaled away."
ANOTHER area where Schem-
bechler saw improvement was the
kicking and special teams. "I think it
played a little better," he noted.
"Monte (Robbins) kicked better and I
think my placekickers were better.
Our kickoff coverage has been good."
Indeed, freshman placekicker Mike
Gillette got better agianst MSU hit-
ting a field goal and four extra points.
He leads the team in scoring with 42
points. Two other freshmen -
wideout John Kolesar andtight end
Jeff Brown - have also impressed
He said Kolesar will continue to
start while Brown will play on short
yardage situations as long as Paul
Schmerger is out with a back injury.
In addition to Krauss, the other
champions of the week were announ-
ced at the luncheon.
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AP Top Twenty
Iowa (27) .......... 5-0-0 1,146
MICHIGAN (20) ... 5-0-0 1,126
Oklahoma (12) .... 3-0-0 1,124
Florida ............ 4-0-1 905
Penn State (1) ..... 5-0-0 902
Auburn ............ 4-1-0 777
Brigham Young ... 5-1-0 685
Air Force..........6-0-0 624
Ohio State.........4-1-0 522
Oklahoma State ... 4-1-0 493
Florida State ..... 5-1-0 375
to this week's Associated Press
college football poll.
The previously third-ranked
Wolverines, coming off a 31-0
thrashing *of Michigan State,
traded places in the rankings with
Oklahoma, edging the Sooners out
by two points. The Hawkeyes
maintained their number one spot
for the third straight week and
received 27 of 60 first-place votes.
In other polls, USA Today/CNN,
CBS and ESPN all ranked the un-
defeated Wolverines number one.
Two new teams appeared in
yesterday's Top Twenty, UCLA
(18th) and Army (19th). The
Cadets, 45-14 winners over Boston
College last Saturday, are 5-0.
Florida State and Oklahoma
State suffered the biggest drops
this week. FSU fell from fourth to
13th and OSU sank from fifth to
12th. Ohio State, the only other Big
Ten team to appear in the
rankings, moved up from 15th to
15. Alabama .........
17. LSU ..............
18. UCLA ............
19. Army .............
Iowa against Michigan. Number
one against number two. That will
be the setting Saturday according
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. Daily Photo by MATT PETRIE
Ed Hood (28), Dieter Heren (on ground), and another Michigan player scramble for the ball after Heren's
blocked punt midway through the first quarter of Saturday's game. Hood recovered the ball in the end zone for
a touchdown which gave the Wolverines a 14-0 lead. ___- -
ST LOUIS (AP) - Ozzie Smith, the
glove man, did it with his bat yester-
day, completing a three-game home
field sweep for the St. Louis Car-
Smith hit the first left-handed home
run of his career with one out in the
ninth inning to give the Cards a 3-2
victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers
in Game 5 of the National League
playoffs. St. Louis now holds a 3-2
edge in games in the best-of-seven
THE HOMER came on a 1-2 pitch
from Tom Niedenfuer and was the first
that the switch-hitting Smith has hit
batting left-handed in 2,968 career at-
bats. He had only six homers this
Before Smith's dramatic homer,
the two teams had played a 2-2 tie af-
ter Bill Madlock's two-run home run
for the Dodgers in the fourth inning.
In and out of trouble, Dodger left-
hander Fernando Valenzuela finally
left after throwing 132 pitches through
The Cardinals' Vince Coleman may
be a speed demon, but he couldn't
beat the Daily's crack reporters in the
'early Monday morning, Coleman
was nailed hook-sliding into the Stud-
ent Publications Building where a
Griddes staff member persuaded him
"Yeah, my leg's hurt," said Vince.
"That's why you caught me."
If he wins, Coleman gets to take
another hike to claim his prescription
of a Dooley's guest pass good for two
and a full-tray Sicilian pizza, Chicago
stuffed Pizza, or whole sub sandwich
from Pizza Express.
1. MICHIGAN at Iowa
(pick total points)
2.Illinois at Michigan State
3:Purdue at Ohio State
4.Minnesota at Indiana
5. Northwestern at Wisconsin
6. Miami (Fla.) at Oklahoma
7. Texas at Arkansas
8. Penn State at Syracuse
9. Tennessee at Alabama
610. Auburn at Georgia Tech
11. Texas A&M at Baylor
12. Kentucky at LSU
13. UCLA at Washington State
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15. Virginia at Virginia Tech
16. Army at Notre Dame
17. Kansas State at Kansas
18. Mississippi Valley State at Gram-
19. Eastern Kentucky at Central
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