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Page 10- - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 3, 1986

4

Schembechier shoots

for

200th

win

(Continued from Page 1)
against Wyoming.
Of Hilles' 22 original starters,
12 E have suffered injuries.
However, most of them, will
return against Michigan,
including All-Big Ten tailback
Lary Emery (1,113 yards in '85).
Vith that in mind, Schembechler
is not taking the Badgers lightly.
"WE'RE NOT going to play the,
same Wisconsin team that played
in the first four games,"
Schembechler said. "You can
forget that. It's a talented football
team and whoever plays for them
will be playing extremely hard.
We expect a really close game
and I'm sure that is what is going
to happen."
Schembechler, who is going for
his 200th career coaching victory,
is 14-1 against the Badgers. That
one loss came in 1981 when
Wisconsin upset the number one-
ranked Wolverines 21-14 - in
Madison.

TO CREATE an upset this
year, Hilles will have to get his
offense untracked. Quarterback
Mike Howard completed 44 of 86
passes for 472 yards and four
touchdowns in the first four
games. He also tossed five
interceptions. Hilles said he will
call on backup Bud Keyes if
Howard is ineffective.
While Emery's return will
help, the Badgers will still miss
fullback Joe Armentrout's
blocking. Up front, the offensive
line has missed up to four starters
at a time. Wisconsin's 'top
blocker, guard Glen Derby, is
expected to play.
Reggie Tompkins and Freddy
Bobo are the leading wideouts, but
both played hurt in the early
going. The two so far have 17
catches for 268 yards and four
touchdowns.
THE OUTLOOK is brighter for
the Badger defense, which
features standout outside

linebackers Rick "Thunder"
Graf and Tim "Lightning"
Jordan. Both seniors have started
since their freshman years. Like
most of the starters, they have
been in and out of the lineup this
year with injuries, but they will
play tomorrow.
The Badgers are solid at inside
linebacker with leading tacklers
Michael Reid (45 tackles) and
Michael Boykins (29 tackles).
Defensive tackle Jim Kmet (6-3,
253-pounds) returns from the
injury list to bolster the front line.
Mr. Everything cornerback
Nate Odoms highlights the
secondary with six interceptions,
but that's not all he can do. The 5-
10, 190-pounder is also a leading
punt and kickoff returner. He
averages 95 all-purpose yards a
game. "We've had to curtail him
a little," Hilles said. "We're
putting him in the position where
he'll never be out of the game."
Place kicker Todd Gregoire
could be Wisconsin's top
offensive threat. He is the top
kicker in Badger history, having
made 50 of 51 PAT's and 39 field

goals in his career. But his range
is limited: he is 6-for-15 in
attempts over 40 yards.

EVEN WITH
casualty list
disappointing start,

the
and
Hilles

long
the
says

is. They have good wide receivers
and (Howard) has looked good at
times. This team has more ability
than what they've shown on the
score and they have a defense that
is going to keep them in a lot of
football games."
Michigan has some injury
problems of its own. Split end Paul

Jokisch and leading rusher
Jamie Morris are both "doubtful"
according to Schembechler.
Morris is resting a bruised knee
and NCAA hurdling champ
Thomas Wilcher will replace
him. Wilcher scored the winning
touchdown against Florida State
last week.

his team can still be a force.
"We're going to put those first four
games behind us," he said. "It's
whole new season now, going into
the Big Ten. All our energy is
being put together to give
Michigan a good game.
"I've been around football for a
long time, and I don't think I
could have misjudged this team's
talent. I've been trying to get the
players to understand why things
are breaking down. It's a
confidence thing we have to
overcome."
Michigan defensive
coordinator Gary Moeller, whose
defense will be missing safety
Tony Gant (hip pointer), is
surprised by the Badgers' slow
start as.
"You know, I really don't know
why they're messing up," he said.
"I don't know what their problem

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Around the Big Ten

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Wolverine quarterback Jim Harbaugh rears back to rifle a throw against
Notre Dame earlier this season. Harbaugh and the rest of the Wolverines
take on Wisconsin tomorrow night in both teams Big Ten opener.
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ATLANTA (AP) - Former
BA star John Drew was arrested
yesterday and charged with
selling cocaine to an undercover
Georgia Bureau of
Investigation(GBI) agent.
Drew, 32, who played for the
Atlanta Hawks and the Utah Jazz
before being banned from the
NBA for violating the league's
drug policy, was charged with two
counts of the sale of cocaine and
one count of possession of cocaine
He allegedly was in possession
of two small packs of cocaine
when he was arrested, said
Charles McMihen, assistant
special agent in charge of the
GBI's drug office in Atlanta.
The arrest occurred after
Drew's name surfaced during a
three-week undercover drug
operation by the GBI, McMihen
said.

Iowa (3-0) at Michigan
State (2-1) '2:42 EDT
The Big Ten season begins as
the Hawkeyes, ranked 11th
nationally, travel to Spartan
Stadium after three. impressive
non-conference victories.
The Hawkeyes lead the nation
in both total offense (554 yards
and 56 points per game) and team
defense.
Michigan State has rebounded
from its opening loss to Arizona
State with consecutive wins over
Notre Dame and Western
Michigan.,
Tomorrow's game features the
two highest rated quarterbacks in
the nation, Iowa's Mark Vlasic
and MSU's Dave Yarema. Both
have completed over 60 percent of
their passes.
Spartan runningrsensation
Lorenzo White ran for 192 yards
and three touchdowns last week.
Illinois (1-2) at Ohio
State (2-2) 1:30 EDT
Ohio St. came alive last week
following two losses to start the
season. After squeaking by
Colorado two weeks ago, the
Buckeyes amassed a school
record 715 yards last week in
thrashing Utah 64-6.
Illinois returns to action after
Nebraska pummeled the Illini
59-14 two weeks ago.
Quarterback Jim Karsatos and
wide receiver Chris Carter lead '
Ohio State. Carter is averaging
four receptions a game.
All-America candidate Chris
Spielman anchors the Buckeye
defense. He is averaging 17
tackles a contest, best among Big
Ten players.

The Illini hope that injured
quaterback Shane Lamb not only
will be able to play, but to hook up
with big-play receiver Stephan
Pierce.
Indiana (3-0) at
Northwestern (2-1)
11:38 am. CDT
This game features two football
programs on the rebound. Both
the Hoosiers and Wildcats come
off impressive victories a week
ago. For the second straight year,
both are entering the Big Ten race
with records above .500.
Indiana is hoping to go 4-0 for
the second consecutive year.
The sHoosiers, led by
quarterbacks Dave Kramme and
Brian Dewitz walloped Missouri
last week 41-24.
The Wildcats defeated"
Princeton last week 37-0, for new
coach Francis Peay's second
consecutive victory.
'Around the Big Ten"
was compiled b Daily
sportswriter Bi Zolla.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -
The University of Florida'
announced yesterday that the
NCAA will remove the struggling
Gators' football team from-
probation and declare them-
eligible for postseason plav
Ironically, the Gators have a-
1-3 record after two straight:
seasons in which teams with the
best records in the school's history:
had to sit out postseason
competition.
THE SCHOOL said the,
National Collegiate Athletic
Association notified it that its:
two-year probation would end
effective Jan. 13, 1987. But,
Florida also will be eligible to
participate in a bowl game at the
end of this season, if invited.
The letter, from David Berst,
director of the NCAA's
enforcement division, said the
NCAA decided against imposing
a third year of probation.
"This is a happy moment for
our football program, one we have
worked hard to earn," Coach
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