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Field Hockey
vs. Kent State
Today, 7:30 p.m.
Ferry Field

SPORTS
Tuesday, October 21, 1986

Hockey
vs. Ohio State
Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

The Michigan Daily

Page 10

Cherful Ho not

smelling Roses yet

By MARK BOROWSKY
It's not often that Bo
Schembechler can be described as
"jovial," but the Michigan head
coach was just that yesterday in
describing the state of his team and
the Big Ten race yesterday in his
weekly press luncheon.

He joked about television
timeouts, Big Ten night games, and
Saturday's 20-17 win over Iowa.
Schembechler couldn't seem to stop
laughing at his own jokes.
SCHEMBECHLER is happy
for good reason. Michigan is
undefeated, atop of the Big Ten

following its first win over Iowa in
three years, and his troops go to
Bloomington this Saturday to face
Indiana with few injuries.
But like a good warrior,
Schembechler never jokes when
discussing the opposition and his
team's chances for the conference

title.
"We're in a good position but
we're not substantial. Not
substantial at all," Schembechler
said. "Not with Indiana,
Minnesota, and that team at the
end."
"THAT TEAM" being, of
course, Ohio State. And while that
game may decide the Big Ten's
entry in the Rose Bowl,
Schembechler is hardly looking
ahead.
"At the end of six games we're
right where we'd like to be, but we
also understand there's a lot of
pitfalls out there," he said. "One of
them could be this week at
Indiana."
Indeed, a win at Bloomington
won't come with its regular ease.
The Hoosiers are 4-2, and their two
losses have come by a total of four
points to Ohio State and
Minnesota. There isn't too much
time to bask in the glory of
Saturday's thriller.

"WE'RE trying to get back to
normal," Schembechler said, "and
get ready to play this next game in
Bloomington."
Michigan comes out of the Iowa
contest relatively unscathed. In
fact, according to Schembechler, the
worst injuries came as a result of
the celebration after Mike Gillette's
game-winning kick. Offensive
tackle Mike Husar hurt his back,
and defensive back Sean
LaFountaine cracked his ribs.
Meanwhile, defensive back Doug
Mallory, who saw limited action
against Iowa, will probably be at
full strength to face his father Bill's
Indiana squad. Mallory suffered an
injured knee against Notre Dame in
the first game of the season.
ALTHOUGH Schembechler
did not have to say much about
team injuries, he did have a few
things to say about Michigan's
poor first half against the
Hawkeyes, in which they found
.t..« .t.. .,.t. A 1A

"We turned the ball over, missed
assignments, (had) three illegal
procedures on three different guys.
two holding calls. Whatever you
want, we did it."
And what exactly did
Schembechler say during halftime?
"I WASN'T calm,"
Schembechler said. "If I got
enthusiastic and got after them a
little bit, maybe they relaxed a little
bit more. They're used to that
environment."
How well the Wolverines adjust
to the environment of Bloomington
remains to be seen. Considered a
legitimate doormat before the
season, Indiana has surprised
everyone by being competitive.
Everyone, that is, . except for
Schembechler.
"Teams (in the Big Ten) that we
anticipated to be good have been
pretty good," he said. "The only
one I'm surprised that hasn't come
on stronger is Wisconsin(2-5)."

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Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY
Gerald White attempts to break loose from the grasp of Iowa linebacker George Davis during the third quarter
of last Saturday's game. White scored Michigan's two touchdowns in their 20-17 victory.

Michigan Football Stats

Team Statistics
Mich. Opp.
Total First Downs......... 134 114
Rushing 69 42
Passing 55 62
Other 10 10
Total Net Yards.......... 2399 1902
Total Plays 441 391
Avg. Per Play 5.4 4.9
Avg. Per Game 400 317
Net Rushing Yards....... 1086 602
Total Attempts 305 192
Avg. Per Play 3.6 3.1
Avg. Per game 181.0 100.3
Net Passing Yards..........1313 1300
Att/Comp/Int.........136/85/5 199/116/11
Avg. Per At 9.7 6.5
Avg. Per Comp 15.4 11.2
Avg. Per Game 218.8 216.7
Punts/AvgBlk.......... 14/42.3/0 20/40.9/1
Punt Rt/Yrds?Avg....... 10/62/6.2 7/25/3.6
Int/Yds................... 11/12 5/30
Fumbles/Lost..:......... 10/7 12/9
Penalties/Yds............ 38/337 41/353
3rd Down Cony Pct..... 57.5 41.3
Time of Possession.......201:44 158:16
Score By Qtrs 1 2 3 4 - T
Michigan 34 33 55 34 156
Opponents 23 29 9 32 93

Name
Morris
white
Perryman
Wllcher
Harbaugh
Kolesar
Holloway

Rushing
GP AT YDS
5 91 433
6 47 166
6 56 179
6 52 221
6 43 54
6 2 8
5 5 13

Avg
4.8
3.5
3.2
4.3
1.3
4.0
2.46

TD Lng
2 35
3 11
0 12
3 11
3' 22
0 11
0 7

Punting
Name No Yds Avg Lng
Robbins 14 592 42.3 68
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-------------------~
TEAM 6 305 1086 3.5 11 35
OPP 6 192 602 3.1 4 25
Passing
Passing ATT COM INT YDS %CP TD
Harbaugh 131 84 4 1286 64.1 7
Zurbrugg 5 1 1 27 20.0 0
-T
TEA 134 85 5 1313 62.5 7
OPP 199 116 11 1300 58.3 6
Receiving
Name GP No Yds Avg TD
Kolesar 6 12 332 27.7 2
Higgins 6 20 349 17.5 0
Morris 5 17 126 7.4 1
G. White 6 18 185 10.3 3,
Jokisch 4 4 83 20.8 0
J. Brown 6 7 84 12.0 1
McMurtry 6 4 135 33.8 0
Perryman 6 3 19 6.3 0
-'_ _ _ __-

OPP
Name
Harbaugh
Morris
Name
Moeller
Rivers
Heren
To. Schulte
Messner
McIntyre
Gant
Hicks
Arnold
Campbell
Wlilingham
Folkertsma
Ti Schulte
Harris

20 818 40.9
Total Offense
GP Rush Pass
6 54 12861
6 433 0
Tackling
Solo Ass Tot
46 24 70
35 11 46
32 9 41
20 13.33
22 8 30
28 8 36
17 9 26
18 7 25
14 2 16
12 2 16
19 9 28
18 12 30
13 4 17
14 13 27

86
Tot. Avg
1340 223.3
433 86.6
Sacks
2
0'
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
3
3
0
0

The Champs*
Offensive Champion - Gerald White
Offensive Hustler - John Kolesar
Defensive Champion - Billy Harris
Defensive Hustler - Eric Campbell
Kick Team Champion -Mike Gillette
Rookie Team Champion -Matt McCoy
Scout Team Champion - Bob Stites
" - Week of Oct. 18,1986

TEAM
OPP

6 8 1313 15.4 7
6 116 1300 11.2 6

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