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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 30, 1986 -

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By PHIL NUSSEL
Nostalgia highlighted Bo
Schembechler's- weekly press
luncheon yesterday as the veteran
Michigan coach began
preparations for Saturday's Big
Ten opener at Wisconsin. A
Wolverine win there will mark
Schembechler's 200th career
coaching victory.
Schembechler, 199-55-7 in 23
seasons as a head coach, is the
winningest active Division I-A
coach. Only eight coaches in I-A
and 14 coaches in all divisions
have won 200 or more games. He
,needs six wins to pass Fielding
H. Yost to become the winningest
,coach in Michigan history.
THE VETERAN Michigan
boss, however, took it all in stride.
"It just means I've been a head
coach for a long time,"
Schembechler said. "That's all
there is to it. The one thing I don't
want to do is feel old, and the only
accomplishment I can see in
winning 200 is that I've lasted a

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long, long time. I don't want
people to think it's the end of the
line."
Schembechler spent 10 years as
an assistant at Bowling Green,
Northwestern, and Ohio State. He
worked with two coaching
legends - Ara Parseghian at
Northwestern and Woody Hayes
at Ohio State.
IN 1963 he took over the head
duties at Miami, where he
chalked up a 40-17-3 mark. He
came to Michigan in 1969 and is
159-38-4 since.
"I've never had a coaching job I
didn't enjoy," he said. "I was
never itchy (to move on). I just
figured I'd make it. Nobody ever
offered me a (head coaching) job
until Miami did, and that made
me grateful to that school.
"When I came to Michigan, I
wasn't the pinacle of financial
success. I made $21,000 a year and
I didn't have a television show. I
was working like the guy in the
street."

Schembechler received his
biggest raise ten years ago when
Texas A&M recruited him to
coach there. He is now one of the
nation's highest-paid coaches
with a $108,102 salary.
Blue Banter
s Schembechler delivered a
stinging criticism yesterday of
the officiating during the Florida
State game. "I don't care about
any of those penalties on
Saturday, because none of them
were penalties. What do you
think of that?
"They called Kolesar for
offensive pass interference and
he never touched the guy. They
called Jumbo Elliott for holding
on a cutoff block on the backside
when he was on the ground.
"It was a conspiracy, it really
was."
Saturday's split officiating
crew had Southern Independent
referees, a group which only
works Florida State, Miami
(Fla.), and South Carolina
games.
"Most of those guys are rejects
from some place else anyway,"
Schembechler said, grinning.
"I'm not going to make a big deal
out of it, because I don't have to see
those guys again.
"I've seen some officiating in
my day, but- that was
unbelieveable."
" Michigan is healing, finally.
Offensive tackle Jerry Quaerna
and safety Doug Mallory will
begin working out this week. Split
end Paul Jokisch is expected to
return to the lineup against
Wisconsin. Jamie Morris
missed practice yesterday, but he
should be ready for Saturday.

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Bo Schembechler was all smiles last Saturday when his Wolverines downed Bobby Bowden's Florida State
Seminoles. Schembechler will try for his 200th career victory against Wisconsin this Saturday.

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