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Michigan 11-Game Statistics
SC RESTouchdowns.......37 .
Rushing ........16
SCO ESPassing ..............I18
(Overall 91-1; Big Ten 6-1-1) Other ................ 3
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Date
9/14
9/21
9/29
10/5
10/12
10/19
10/26
11/2
11/9
11/16
11/23

M
20 NOTRE DAME
34 at South Carolina
20 MARYLAND
33 WISCONSIN
31 at Michigan State
10 at Iowa
42 INDIANA
3 at Illinois
47 PURDUE
48 at Minnesota
27 OHIO STATE

Opp
12
3
0
6
0
12
15
3
0
7
17

Attend
105,52
74,201
105,28,
105,49]
78,23
66,351
105,621
76,395
105,50
64,12
106,10

10
12

PAis/Att.............
2-Pt Con/At.........
Field Goals/All ..
3d Dn Cony/At..
Success Pct..........

1/1
18/26
69/146
47.2

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32

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/4
0/1
4/22
1155
33.5

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Moris...............
Kat.................
Koer ..an...........
Higgis...............
Johnson..............
Campbell.............
J. Brown .............
MICHIGAN...........
Opponents ............

iving
No Yds
36 666
35 544
12 336
31 206
I8 123
7 76
3 64;
1 17
1 13
1 8

Avg
18.5
15.5
28.0
6.6
6.8
10.9
21.3
17.0
13.0
8.0

TD LP
2 41
8 40
3 77
1 35
4 15
0 18
0 30
0 17
0 13
0 8

TEAM

Total First Downs ...
Rushing.............
Passing.............
Other...............
Total Net Yards ........
Total Plays..........
Avg. Per Play ...
Avg. Per Game...
Net Rushing Yards .
Total Attempts...
Avg. Per Play ........
Avg. Per Game...
Net Passing Yards ..
Att/Comp/Int ........
Avg. Per At.........
Avg. Per Comp...
Avg. Per Game...
Punt/Avg/Blk .........
Punt Rt/Yds/Avg...
KO Rt/Yds/Avg ...1
lnt/Yds...............
Fumbles/Lost .........
Penalties/Yds .........

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124
91
13
4418
768
5.8
401
2365
541
4.3
215.0
2053
227/145/6
9.0
14.1
186.6
43/40.0/0

Opp
158
69
80
9
2790
688
4.1
253
1135
385
2.9
103.1
1655
303/160/20
5.4
10.3
150.4
65/41.8/3

Score by Quarters
i0 MICHIGAN........... 58 94 79 84
I Opponents ............ 15 34 6 20
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t9 Time of possession 368:28 291:32
12 Individual
Rushing
Att Yds Avg TD LP
Morris ................. 175 874 5.0 3 25
G. White............... 120 526 4.4 6 19
Wilcher ................ 71 355 5.0 2 41
Perryman .............. 63 238 3.8 0 17
Harbaugh............... 68 159 2.3 2 24
Webb.................. 19 142 7.5 3 65
E. Holloway............. 12 27 2.3 0 13
Robbins................. 1 23 23.0 0 23
Kolesar................I1 11 11.0 0 11
Campbell ............... 1 10 10.0 0 10
Rein ................... 1 0 0.0 0 0
Zurbrugg........ 9 0 0.0 0 7
MICHIIGAN............ 541 2053 4.3 16 65
Opponents .............. 385 1135 2.9 2 42
Passing
Alt PC Int Yds TD
Hlarbaugh..........:.... 212 139 6 1913 18
Zurbrugg ............... 14 5 0 100 0
G White I I 0 40 0
MICHIGAN............. 227 145 6 2063 18
Opponents .............. 303 160 20 1655 3

145 2053 14.1 18 77
160 1655 10.3 3 50

Field Goals
0-29 30-39 40.49 50+ TOT
Gillette............... 7-9 7-9 24 0-1 16-23
Moons.. 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 2-3
MICHIGAN.......... 7-9 9-12 24 0-1 18-26
Opponents ............ 5-5 5-9 4-7 0-1 14-22
Long Plays
Rush: 65 Phil Webb vs. Purdue
Pass: 77 Jim Harbaugh vs. OSU
Recp: 77 John Kolesar vs. OSU
Rush TD: 65 Phil Webb vs. Purdue
Pass TD: 77 John Kolesar vs. OSU
Field Goal: 49 M. Gillette vs. Ill.
Punt Ret: 84 G. Johnson vs. Minn.
Int' Ret: 27 Garland Rivers vs. Wisc.
Punting
No Yds Avg Biked LP
Pobbins............... 43 1718 40.0 0i 59

Hammerstein .
Rivers...
Messner ...
Akers .......
Hicks .......
Harris ...
Gant........
Cochran ...
Todd Schulte ..
Scarcelli..
D. Mallory ..
McIntyre..
Reinhold..
Thibert...
Bostic.......
Cowan...
Tim Schulte..
Arnold...
Heren .......
Randall ...
Shimko...
Folkertsma..
Mihic .......
Mouton...
Walker...
Zingales ...
Duerr .......
Hood........
Moons.......
B. Stiles ...
Willingham ....

46 25 73
50 13 '63
35 27 62
32 15 47
35 12 47
24 22 46
31 12 43
33 5 38
29 9 38
23 10 33
19 13 32
16 5 21
11 9 20
11 2 13
10 1 11
6 5 11
10 0 10
8 1 9
8 1 9
5 2 7
4 - 4
2 I 3
1 2 3
3 - 3
2 - 2
2 - 2
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22/9
4/I
13/11
7/7
3/2
6/3
1/0
I/0
4/3
1/0
1/1
2/2
1/1

LJ.1BERS

1/0 5/0
1/1 6/6
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BIG TEN
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Iowa .........
MICHIGAN ..
Illinois........
Ohio State .....
Michigan State .
Minnesota .....
Purdue........
Wisconsin .....
Indiana .......
Northwestern ...

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114/92
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17/16
29/18
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Conf Overall
L T WL T
1 0 10 1 0
11 91 1
21 64 1
30 83 0
30 83 0
40 65 0
50 56 0
60 56 0
7 0 470
7 0 3 8 0

MICHIGAN ........... 43 1718 40.0
Opponents........... 65 2715 41.8

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Interceptions
jo Yds TI) LP
Hicks ...... .. ... . 5" 32' 0 11
D. Mallory .................. 311I 0 9
Cochran..................... 2 0 0 0
Randall.................... 2 5 0 5
Gant........................I1 I 0 1
Hammerstein ............... 1 0 0 0
H eren.......................I1 3 0 3
McIntyre.................... 1 6 0 6
Reinhold................... 1 1 0 1
Rivers............I 27 1 27
Tim Schulte .................1t 0 0) 0
Todd Schulte ...............1] 0 0 0
MIHIGAN............... 201 86 27
Opponents................. 6 58 0 35

theme for this year's pageant is "A
Fiesta in Blossom." The parade,
billed as the largest annual spectator
event in Arizona, had over 500,000 turn
out to watch last year's spectacular
travel the 21/2..mile route down Central
Avenue. With more than 40 floats, 24
bands and 22 equestrian entries, the
parade should be quite a success
again this year. Ticket reservations
are available at the Fiesta Bowl office
and prices are $12, $8, and $4.
For golfers who get there early, the
Arizona Biltmore Country Club is
holding their second annual Million
Dollar Hole-In-One competition on
December 21. Last year, the lure of
winning one million dollars for a hole-
in-one attracted over 4,0000 amateur
golfers, and big crowds are expected
this year.
There really is something for
everyone. Runners have a 10K race to
keep them happy, while music lovers
can check out the Fiesta Bowl
National Pageant of Bands and the
ten outstanding high school marching
bands that will be competing for top
honors. Golf and tennis tournaments
are also being held, and any number
of luncheons, including the Kickoff
Luncheon on December 31 highlight
the week's activities.
Shown here is the area known as the
"Valley of the Sun. Phoenix, Scot-
tsdale, Mesa and Tempe all run
together to form one large, sprawling
metropolitan zone that is notable for
its mixture of retirement com-
munities and youth, thanks to the
Arizona State University campus. For
more detailed maps, see the visitor's
bureau in any of the cities.

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