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The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 7, 1986 -Page 11

SPORTS OF THE DAILY

Ex-N.C. St. football

TheKean Eye
By Tom Keaney

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RALEIGH, N.C. (UPI) - Former
North Carolina State head football
coach Tom Reed is expected to take a
job as an assistant with the University
of Michigan coaching staff, a Raleigh
newspaper reported Wednesday.
Wolverine sports information direc-
tor Bruce Madej said he could not con-
firm whether Reed had been hired on
Bo Schembechler's staff.
"ANY FOOTBALL staff announ-
cements that we will make probably
won't be for another two weeks or so,"
Madej told The Raleigh Times.
But the newspaper said Reed was
unofficially hired two weeks ago ana
has been working in off-season prac-
tices in Ann Arbor.
Reed, 41, resigned from the Wolf-
pack football program last December
following his third straight 3-8 season.
Reed had one year left on his contract
with N.C. State. Former Furman
University Football coach Dick
Sheridan replaced Reed.
Schembechler, the former head

coach at Miami of Ohio, had given
Reed his first coaching job in 1969.
Reed later worked on Schembechler's
Michigan staff from 1974-78 before
returning to Miami of Ohio under Dick
Crum, who left to coach the Univer-
sity of North Carolina.
Reed may be named the
Wolverines' new defensive coor-
dinator to succeed assistant Milan
Vooletich who has resigned.
Chicago (AL) 5, Detroit 2
LAKELAND, Fla. (UPI) - Non-
roster outfielder John Cangelosi
tripled in the tying and winning run
yesterday to highlight a five-run ninth
inning and lift the Chicago White Sox
to a 5-2 exhibition victory over the
Detroit Tigers.
The game was the exhibition-opener
for each team and the only game on
the schedule in the major leagues.
The Tigers scored first in the third
inning on an RBI sacrifice fly by
Darrell Evans. Detroit held a 1-0 lead
until the bottom of the eighth inning
whne Mike Laga homered to right
centerfield to give the Tigers a 2-0
edge.
Relief pitcher Willie Hernandez was
called on to start the ninth inning,
however, he ran into immediate
trouble. The first three men he faced
reached base on an error, a walk and
an RBI single by Brian Giles to set up
Cangelosi's game winning hit.

L AST NIGHT was the undercard. Tomorrow
comes the main event.
Michigan's victory over a helpless Ohio State
team was the cartoon before the feature presen-
tation. Just tuning up before the baton comes
down for the overture. Warming up before the
real big game.
It was the last comb of the hair before the big
date. The last-minute cramming before final
exams.
The Wolverines have had their fun. Now it's
time to bear down. Now it's time to think about
playing Indiana on the last day of the regular
season for the Big Ten Championship.
Last night was for fine tuning their skills.
Tomorrow is for using them to the best of their
abilities.
That's not to say Michigan was looking past
Ohio State, mind you. I guess you could say the
Wolverines were looking through the Buckeyes.
Right through them.
When Richard Rellford set the tone of the
game giving Michigan a 6-0 lead just 1:20 into the
game with two thunderous slams, you could
almost hear him sending the message to Hoosier-
land.

Take that (slam), Ste
on (slam), Bobby Kn
score 97 against Michig
(slam) 99 again
But let's face facts. L
annihilate a team which
next year. Tomorrowm
against a team fighting f
Ohio State? HAH! Indi
Last night the Wolveri
by simply outrunning the
"What you saw was a1
we've been played bya
lame duck coach Eldon1
"We got a good lesson. W
enough."
Of course it's difficult t
you have Jay "physiquec
son playing 21 minutes a
that Burson pays Keith
around campus to mak
lunch money.
Put it this way: Jay
Alford? Ooooh...
I mentioned playing fo

Blue blasts Bucks...
... long Knight ahead?
eve Alford. Bring 'em mainly from the Buckeyes already having fired
ight. Go ahead and head coach Miller. He's been hired for next year
gan State. We'll score by North central Whatzit Iowa Technical State
'st Ohio State. Agricultural Somethingoranother College (you
get the picture).
.ast night saw Michigan One thing is for sure. He is providing zero
is basically playing for leadership for the Buckeyes at this point. He's
will be an all-out battle looking to pick up that last paycheck and get the
or the rest of the season. hell out of Columbus.
iana? Oooooh... Not so for the man they call Knight whose
nes built a 32-point lead frame will grace Crisler tomorrow. I've always
Buckeyes. believed, no matter how much you hate Bob
team play us as well as Knight, you have to admit that he adds five poin-
anyone all year," said ts per game to any team he coaches.
Miller after the game. With the championship on the line, credit him
Ve just didn't play strong for more.
Suffice it to say, Eldon Miller? HAH! Bob
o be a strong team when Knight? Oooooh...
of a fourth grader" Bur- Frieder's press conference last night was short
t guard. Rumor has it and stinging. He said his team was tired and
Wesson to follow him beat-up and complained about having to go with
e sure no one steals his a "make-shift" lineup.
Burson? HAH! Steve Some said he'd lost his cool, gone off the deep
end, forgotten what got him here. Some said he's
r next year. That comes just getting ready for the battle. He'd better be.

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