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Wrestling
Wolverine Open
Saturday, 9 a.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS
Tuesday, November 12, 1985

Volleyball
vs. Ferris State
Tonight, 7 p.m.
CCRB

The Michigan Daily

Page 7

Bo
By PHIL NUSSEL
Mutual respect was the na
game yesterday betweenl
coach Bo Schembechler a
nesota's Lou Holtz at Schem
weekly press luncheon. The t
a lot of time compli
each other as their team
preparation for Saturday's
Minnesota.
"I think the best coaching
over the last few seasons in
ference has been done by Lo
Schembechler said. "In tw
he's just turned things aroun
think anybody expected tha
pen."
HOLTZ, on the other hand, I
words of praise for Bo di
AP Top Twe
1. Penn State (44)......9-
2. Nebraska (9) .........8-
3. Ohio State (2) .........8-
4. Air Force (2)........10-
5. Iowa .................8-
6. Miami, Fla.........8
7. Oklahoma (2)....... 6-
8. MICHIGAN........7
9. Arkansas ...........8-
10. Oklahoma State ..... 7-
11. Florida............ 7.
12. Georgia ............ 7-
13. UCLA............7-
14. Auburn...........7-
15. Florida State.........7
16. Brigham Young .....8-
17. Baylor ..............7-
18. Tennessee ........... 5-
19. LSU ................5-
20. Alabama ............6-

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reciprocates
teleconference call to the Michigan coach said. "There's no
me of the media. "What a great job Bo has done imagine this level ofa
meiofithe this year," he said. "I don't know if To hold seven teams wit
Min he's ever done a better job of down isjustincredible.
and Min-
bechler's coaching." "When you have g
two spent s Schembechler also honored Holtz' talent and intelligence, a
menting right hand man - quarterback in with good coaching,
ns beginRickey Foggie. "Whatever code you then can you hold s
game at devise, he's one of the top quarter- without a touchdown.
backs in the league," the Michigan "Michigan is the best
job done leader said. "He's always been able ever seen since I'v
the con- to throw deep and accurately. That's coaching."
u Holtz," one area that they're doing a better Schembechler, alt
vo years, job in this year." making a final judgeme
d. I don't Foggie also gives the Gophers a the Ohio State game, co
t to hap- balanced attack by being one of the cur with Holtz' views. "
league's best option quarterbacks. ask for more than we're
had equal Schembechler said that keeps Min- said. "But the defensem
uring his nesota out of a common trap. "Some supreme challenge overI
of the teams with great passers forget weeks. You always wor
about the run and run into the same all come to an end."
problem that Purdue had when they ON THE INJURY front,
'nty played Michigan." Purdue totalled lose the services of k
eight yards rushing. specialist Dieter Heren
0-0 1,143 HOLTZ, LIKE most of Michigan's op- one game. He strained1
1-0 1,083 ponents this year, raved about the his right knee again
1-0 1,021 Wolverine defense. "The defense is Tailback Thomas Wilch
-0-0 941 incredible," the former Arkansas pected to miss the Minne
-1-0 905 a sprained ankle.
-1-0 891
10 883 Big Ten Standings
1-1 744 Cr WHATA
1-0 662 Conference Overall i I

way
achi
thou
reat
nd t
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def
ve 1
hou
nt u
uld
You
get
will
the
ry th
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kick-
for
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respect
y you can On the favorable side, offensive
evement. guard Mike Husar is ready to play
t a touch- again, depending on how well he does
in practice this week. The standout
t desire, has been sidelined since the Maryland
hen put it game with a badly-sprained ankle.
and only "He won't start, but we'll have to
n teams see about playing time," Schem-
bechler said.
ense I've The big offensive decision this week
been in will be the status of Clay Miller. The
fifth-year senior was moved from
gh not tackle to guard against Purdue. While
ntil after Miller said in an earlier interview
only con- that he expected to stay at guard,
couldn't Schembechler said that this decision
ting," he has not been made.
have the Minnesota's injury situation is
next two highlighted by the loss of junior
iat it will defensive end Mark Dusbabek, who
was third on the team with 72 tackles.
higan will "The loss of Dusbabek really hurt
-blocking us," Holtz said. "He came on and
at least played well for us." The 6-3, 217
ments in lineman is out for the season.
Purdue. The game is officially scheduled for
also ex- 12:30 p.m. EDT, however rumors are
trip with still floating around about a 7:30 p.m.
start.

ARE

1-0 646
1-1 577
1-1 548
1-1 494
2-0 436
2-0 323
2-0 238
2-0 225
1-2 204
1-1 172
2-1 82

W
Ohio State.........5
Iowa'............5
MICHIGAN ....... 4
Minnesota ........ 4
Illinois ............ 3
Michigan State .... 3
Purdue............2
Indiana ........... 1
Wisconsin.........1
Northwestern ..... 1

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WEEKENDS MADE OF?
AND READING-THE WEEKEND MAGAZINE

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Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Bo beams after his Wolverines pummeled Purdue Saturday, 47-0. The
defense held the Boilermakers to only 104 total yards, Purdue's lowest
output of the season.

Big Ten Statistics
Rushing Offense Rushing Defense
Car Yds Avg

TDs Yds-G

Att Yds Avg

W Minnesota ...........
MSU ................
OSU .................
MICHIGAN .........
Wisconsin ...........
Indiana .............
Iowa ................
Illinois ..............
Purdue ..............
Northwestern .......

317
316
284
281
249
258
216
193
150
220

1342
1325
1320
1245
982
947
939
560
478
399

4
4
5
4
4
4
4
3
3
2

Passing Offense
Alt Cmp Pet
Purdue .............. 262 161 62
Iowa ..............209 137 66
Wifinois .............. 274 175 64
Northwestern ....... 185 102 55
MICHIGAN ......... 127 79 62
Minnesota ........... 105 52 49
OSU ................. 126 73 58
Indiana ............. 188 96 51
Wisconsin ........... 156 73 47
MSU ................ 106 59 56

T~s
13
13
14
8
6
6
9
8
6
5
Yds
2035
1728
1705
1134
1112
1108
1086
1066
850
824
T[)s
24
16
18
25
18
14
18
11
12
7

Yds-G
224
221
220
208
164
158
157
93
80
67
TI)s
10
15
6
2
10
5
11
5
5
5
Yds-G
445
419
408
401
393
378
358
336
305
256

MICHIGAN.......
MSU ................
OSU .................
Minnesota ...........
Iowa ................
Illinois ..............
Northwestern .......
Wisconsin ...........
Purdue ..............
Indiana...........

203 510
210 734
226 805
241 840
238 874
243 898
264 1037
256 1048
283 1080
320 1711

2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5

1
9
10
8
5
1
7
10
13
16

85
122
134
140
146
150
173
175
180
285

Pick Up

Pass Defense
AttComp Pct

Yds TDs

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Indiana...........
MICHIGAN.......
Iowa ................
Minnesota ...........
Wisconsin ...........
Purdue ..............
Illinois ..............
osU .................
Northwestern .......
MSU ................

112
169
187
173
165
173
178
217
138
226

61
96
100
94
91
104
93
126
92
150

55
57
54
54
55
60
52
58
67
66

855
914
1084
1103
1153
1411
1454
1461
1581
1632

5
1
4
5
8
11
12
4
16
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Total Defense
Plys Yds Avg

Tota
P
Iowa ................
Purdue ..............
Minnesota ...........
4sU .... ............
MICHIGAN .........
Illinois ..............
MSU ................
lidiana .............
Wisconsin ...........
Northwestern .......

I Offense
Plys Yds Avg
425 2667 6
412 2513 6
422 2450 6
410 2406 6
408 2357 6
467 2265 5
422 2149 5
446 2013 5
405 1832 5
405 1533 4

TDs Yds-G

MICHIGAN.......
Minnesota ...........
Iowa ................
Wisconsin ...........,
OSU .................
Illinois..............
MSU ................
Purdue ..............
Indiana..............
Northwestern .......

372 1424
414 1943
425 1958
421 2201
443 2266
421 2352
436 2366
456 2491
432 2566
402 2618

4
5
5
5
5
7
6
5
6
7

2
13
9
18
14
21
18
24
21
23
XPs
0
9
8
12

237
324
326
367
378
392
394
415
428
436
FG
8
7
6
6

GRIDDE PICKS
"Blood, Blood!"
The fans are calling for it already
as Michigan and Ohio State fans suit
9 ip for their blood drive competition
Which runs all this week and next
leading up to The Game.
But even louder than the cries for
blood are the calls for a much rarer
commodity, the weekly award of a
Pizza Express pizza and a -Dooley's
guest pass good for two.
Buckeye Boosters have already
begun their assault on 420 Maynard
where they hope to capture the ever-
elusive Griddes Cup.
Help stop this scourge from Ohio by
bringing in your ballot today.
1. MICHIGAN at Minnesota
(pick total points)
2. Indiana at Illinois
3; Iowa at Purdue
4. Wisconsin at Ohio State
5. Northwestern at Michigan State
6. Notre Dame at Penn State
7 Auburn at Georgia
O8. Air Force at BYU
9. Arkansas at Texas A&M
10. Toledo at Bowling Green
11.Maryland at Clemson
12. Southern Cal at Washington
13. Southern Mississippi at Alabama
14. Mississippi State at LSU
15. Colorado at Oklahoma
16. Navy at South Carolina
17. Mississippi at Tennessee
18. North Carolina at Virginia
19. Nevada-Las Vegas at Nevada-
, .n

Scoring Defense
Pts TDs
MICHIGAN ............. 36 2
Iowa .................... 84 9
Minnesota ............... 104 13
OSU.....................114 14

GOING PLACES?

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The University of Michigan
has a national reputation
for excellence.
THE COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC
PRESS ASSOCIATION
awadstis
FIRST PLACE CERTIFICATE
to
Given at Columbia university in the City of New York,
in its Gold Circle Awards for 1985.
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