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October 24, 1986 - Image 11

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Hockey
vs. Ohio State
Today and Tommorow, 7:30
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS
Friday, October 24, 1986

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

The Michigan Daily

Page 11

Hoosiers hope to rebound against Blue

(Continued from Page 1)
may have caught the Big Ten off
guard. However, Michigan head
coach Bo Schembechler certainly
ekpected it.
"It was something that was
logically going to happen,"
Schembechler said. "This is the
third year of Bill Mallory and his
staff being there; they're an
excellent staff and know how to
coach football and they're solid
character people."
a The result is a balanced offense
that averages just under 400 yards a
game and a defense that has allowed
17.6 points a game, down from
30.9 last season. Despite Indiana's
improvement, no one is making
them favorites against the
undefeated Wolverines (6-0, 3-0 in
the, Big Ten).
"WE'RE FACING a football
team that is very talented... Bo is
loaded," Mallory said. "This is the
best football team that I've seen
him have."
While the two gridiron pundits
attempt to outcompliment one
another, the Michigan defense will
have it's hands full trying to stop
Indiana's offense. Hoosier
quarterbacks Brian Dewitz and Dave
Kramme lead the offense that
replaced Steve Bradley, Indiana's
all-time leading passer, and share
the job at quarterback with
contrasting styles.
The 5-11, 185 pound Dewitz
runs the option with savvy, while
Kramme is the better passer of the
two. They have combined for over
1000 yards in the air and 235 on the
ground, along with 10 touchdowns.
The prospect of facing two
quarterbacks, however, isn't making
Michigan quiver.
"IT'S NOT GOING to make
that much difference," said
Michigan assistant coach and
defensive coordinator Gary Moeller.
What may make a difference is
the improved Indiana play on the

offensive line and the improved
rushing attack that has come with
it.
"They've had vast improvement
in the offensive line,"
Schembechler said. "The offensive
line is the key to their offense and
they've done a great job there."
DAMON SWEEZY, a
football tike at 5-10, is a giant in
the Hoosiers' ground game. The
senior tailback leads the Hoosiers
with 486 yards on 104 attempts(4.7
yards a carry) and six touchdowns.
Although Indiana has been
successful moving the ball, against

Minnesota it couldn't move or
score in critical situations.
"I take nothing away from
Minnesota, they're a good football
team...but when I look at us, I was
not pleased, particularly in the
second half with our offense,"
Mallory said. "We had a couple of
opportunities where we didn't do
what we had to do to win the
game."
If the Hoosier offense doesn't do
what it has to in order to beat
Michigan, then the Hoosier defense
will carry a heavy burden indeed.
Michigan's offense is looking to

bounce back after a sub-par
performance against Iowa last
Saturday. The strength of Indiana's
defense lies in the linebacking and
secondary, where the Hoosiers have
their top five tacklers.
Van Waiters, Indiana's top
linebacker, leads the Hoosiers in
solo tackles (33), is second in total
tackles (56), and is the leader in
sacks (5).
Even though Michigan is
coming off an emotional win and
Indiana two heart-breaking losses,
they are 15-point favorites against
the Hoosiers. The Wolverines are as

healthy as they have been since the
opening game of the season, and
their defense continues to improve.
Indiana could prove to be tough,

but it appears unlikely
unexpected Michigan loss
awaiting them tomorrow
Bloomington.

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Daily Photo by PETER ROSS
Wide receiver Greg McMurtry leaps over Iowa defensive back Kyle Crowe to catch a desperation pass as time
expires in the first half last Saturday. The Wolverines, who scored a 20-17 comeback victory over Iowa, travel
to Bloomington to take on Indiana tomorrow.

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MICHIGAN
(31) Ken Higgins ....
(74) Mike Husar ....
(76) Michael Dames.
(67) John Vitale .....
(78} M. Hammerstein
(72) John Elliott ....
(80) Jeff Brown .....
( 4) Jim Harbaugh..
(22) Gerlad White ...
(23) Jamie Morris ...
119) Mike Gillette ...

INDIANA

DEFENSE

OFFENSE

(190)
(289)
(258)
(289)
(285)
(306)
(224)
(207)
(220)
(179)
(185)

SE
QT
QG
C
SG
ST
TE
QB
FB
TB
PK

( 8)
(66)
(63)
(56)
(77)
(75)
(82)
(13)
(34)
( 4)
(10)

Tony Buford .... (169)
Bob Riley ......(281)
Brian Finney ... (265)
Dave Kinniry ... (241)
Don Shrader .... (265)
Eric Moore......(276)
Dave Lilja......(150)
Brian Dewitz ... (188)
Tom Polce......(230)
Damon Sweazy . (180)
P. Stoyanovich . (172)

(39) J. Willingham ..+
(60) Make Messner..+
(56) Billy Harris ....+
(93) D. Folkertsma..
(35) Dieter Heren ...
(49) Andy Moeller ...
(54) Andre McIntyre+
(13) Garland Rivers.
(17) Ivan Hicks .....+
( 5) Erik Campbell .+
(15) Dave Arnold ....+
(43) Monte Robbins .+

(235)
(248)
(270)
(263)
(219)
(222)
(241)
(187)
(176)
(171)
(196)
(202)

OLB
DT
MG
DT
OLB
ILB
ILB
SO
SS
FS
WC
P

(48)
(95)
(55)
(54)
(87)
(81)
(57)
( 6)
(44)
(29)
(45)
(12)

Van Waiters .... (229)
Walt Harris .... (251)
Dan Bauer......(244)
Doug Schlereth . (242)
Terence Saunders (227)
Willie Bates .... (215)
Brad Mitchell .. (226)
Erick Coleman .(176)
Leonard Bell ... (200)
Alex Green ..... (195)
Eric Hickerson . (215)
Dan Stryzinski . (186)

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