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October 23, 1986 - Image 9

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Field Hockey
vs. Michigan State
Sunday, 10 a.m.
Tartan Turf

SPORTS

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

The Michigan Daily

Thursday, October 23, 1986

Page

'M'-INDIANA SERIES CONTINUES FAMILY TRADITION
Mallory edge goes to Hoosiers

By PHIL NUSSEL
It used to be such a clear-cut
family rivalry whenever Michigan
and Indiana met - Wolverines
Doug and Mike Mallory against
Dad, Hoosier head coach Bill
Mallory.
But that's old news.
THIS WEEK as Michigan
(6-0) prepares for the trip to
Bloomington to meet Indiana (4-
2), the tables have turned in Dad's
favor. He has Mike on his side as
a graduate assistant. At least he
thinks he has Mike on his side.
Mike is still close to his old
teammates. Less than 10 months
ago he helped the Wolverines stop
the high-powered Nebraska
Cornhuskers, 27-23, in the 1986

Sunkist Fiesta Bowl. The game
capped Mike's hard-hitting, five-
year career at inside linebacker.
"Michigan meant a great deal
to me," Mike said. "I consider
myself close with all the players
and the coaches and especially my
brother, but my allegiance now
lies with Indiana. I'm not
thinking of this in terms of
beating specifically Michigan.
We're just concentrating on
improving."
THE OLDEST Mallory
brother finished third on the all-
time Michigan tackling list with
396 stops. He started in 34
games. His 148 tackles in 1984
made him a consensus All-Big
Ten linebacker and the

Wolverines' Most Valuable
Player.
Beyond the numbers, Mike
brought intensity to Michigan's
defense. He threw up before most
games because he got so excited.
Now Mallory expends that
intensity in the coaching office.
He spends up to 17 hours a day
helping out the Hoosier football
staff.
"HE'S GOING about his
work without a whole lot said,"

Mike's father said. "He's involved
down here helping us get ready:
I'm sure he has some mixed
emotions since he still has a lot'
of ties up there."
"I think it's got to be kind of
difficult for Mike," Doug said.
"He spent five years here and now
he has to root for Indiana."
After five years, Mike knows
everything about Michigan
strategy, but Dad hasn't asked him
See FOOTBALL, Page 10
ty pe
ter

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Former Wolverine Mike Mallory won't be wearing maize and blue this
Saturday when Michigan battles Indiana. However, the Hoosier assistant
coach's heart may still be with his former teammates.
GRIDDE PICKS

C'mon baseball fans, get interested
in the important game.
Face it New Yorkers, the Mets
play in a crummy division and an
even crummier league, and they
simply aren't one of the best teams in
history (much less recent memory).
Any of several recent American
League East champions would have
no problem with this weak-hitting
team.
You guys from Boston should be
bored stiff - you already won with
the Celtics, came damn close with the
Patriots, and the Bruins aren't even
that bad.
Play Griddes (the real game) and,
in addition to thrills and excitement,
win a free pizza from Pizza Bob's and
an FTD bouquet. Just drop you picks
off at 420 Maynard by midnight
Friday.
1 MICHIGAN at Indiana
(pick total points)
2 Purdue at Michigan State
3. Northwestern at Iowa

4. Minnesota at Ohio State
5. Illinois at Wisconsin
6. Syracuse at Temple
7. Boston College at West
Virginia
8. Tennessee at Georgia
Tech
9. North Carolina at LSU
10. Virginia at Virginia
Tech
11. Missouri at Kansas State
12. Arkansas at Houston
13. Kansas at Oklahoma
State
14. Southern Methodist at
Texas
15. Southern California at
Stanford
16. Washington State at
UCLA
17. Clemson at North
Carolina State
18. Maryland at Duke
19. VMI at Western Carolina
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