Page 12 -- The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 7, 1986
(Continued from Page 1)
Three of the last five Wolverine contain Harbaugh,. the
excursions to West Lafayette have most efficient passer.
resulted in losses. Two years ago, ublaba . is hx
minus quarterback Jim Harbaugh,'a unbelievable r.e's ex
Michigan lost, 31-29. In 1979 the an unbelievable rate," Bu
8-1 Wolverines succumbed to Wednesday. "To sa
Purdue by a field goal, 24-21. Ten cnerne i
years ago (and this is scary),u
Michigan went into Purdue
undefeated at 8-0, but lost, 16-14,
and finished 10-2 after losing in the
"It's been a while since we've
won down there. We've lost three (84) Paul Jokisch ...
times in the last few years and last (75) Jerry Qaerna4.
time they dominated us," said (76) Michael bales$t
Schembechler. (67) John Vitale
WHATEVER HAPPENS, (64) fave +heg$~r .
the. chance that Purdue will control 174)aDaveC esr
the game this time around is almost 8)JefrkH ne.
nil. Coach Leon Burtnett announced ) J Srown.
his resignation yesterday, effective ( 1)t Gre McMurtry
at the end of the season(see ( 4) Jim Harbaugh.
following story). He will finish out (22) Gerald White..
the year with the Boilermakers, but (23) Jamie Morris ...
he'll be somewhat of lame duck for (13) Mike Gillette.
the next three weeks. And he is Tomorrow's game SO
well aware of how difficult it is to ,
Schembechler claims worrying
about Purdue is useless; he'd rather
mull over his Wolverines, who
enter Saturday's game with a
makeshift lineup. Greg McMurtry
will replace flanker John Kolesar
(broken collarbone) and freshman
wide-out Chris Calloway will see
Tackle Mike Husar (sprained on defe
knee) won't play and strong tackle Thibert
John Elliott is doubtful. Strong Mic
guard Mike Hammerstein will might b
probably move to tackle while Rod W
junior Dave Chester fills All-Am
Hammerstein's guard spot. in the I
agging injuries abound conference kickoff returners with a
outside linebacker Steve 25.2 average.
is the only casualty.
higan's injury problems
be aggravated by cornerback
oodson, the Boilermakers'
erica candidate who is ninth
Big Ten in tackles and leads
. (239) S (22) Rick Brunner.... (168)
.. (282) QT (76) Andre Janneman (276)
.: (258) QG (63) Bruce Crites .....(260)
.(2891) C (53) Todd Tyrie ...... (282)
. (255) SG (79) Jim Richmond ... (276)
S(258) St(78) Mike°Connors ... (263)
.(224) TE (6)Jack Beery..... (245)
. (Z00)FLK(8) Calvin Williams .S(184)
.4(207) ' 8(14)fDougfDowning .., (208)
.. (220) FB (21)Tony Grant .....(225)
.<4179).T8(24) Jerry Chaney.. .. (185)
. (185) PK (20)Jonathan Briggs . (181)
arts a 1:3 p.m. ESTaud can he heard on
(39) John WillinghaM (235)OLB(49) Tony Visco ...... (235)
(60) Mark Messner4... (248) .T (92) Bill Hitchcock ...(266)
(58) Billy Harris .. , .. (270) MG (70) Chris Keevers ... (260
(93) DaveF.olkertsma (263) DT (98) Bill Gildea ....... (220)
(35) Dieter Heren .., (219)OLB(99) Kevin Holley ....(265)
(49) Andy Moeller .... (222) ILB (44) Kevin Sumlin .... (218)
(54) Andre McIntyre .(241) ILB (48) Fred Strickland .. (230)
(13) Garland.Rivers ..(187) SC (26) Rod Woodson ... (29)
(17) Ivan Hicks ....... (178) S ( 3) Ronnie Beeks .... (202)
( 5) Erik Campbell ... (171) FS (18)Scott Kalinoski .. (183).
(15) David Arnold.... (196) WC ( 9) Mike Weaver .... (182)
(43) Monte Robbins .. (202) P ( 5) Shawn McCarthy (195)
WAAM (1400 AM), WPAG o(195 AM), WWJ (950 AM), WUOM
WEST LAYFAYETTE (AP) -
Leon Burtnett announced his
resignation yesterday as football
coach of the Purdue Boilermakers,
effective at the end of the current
Burtnett made the announcement
in the school's football complex.
Burtnett said he would remain at
Purdue indefintely, working under
Athletic Director George King.
Purdue officials extended
Burtnett's contract after the 1984
season. He has four years remaining
on a five-year contract.
came after Burtnett held a team
meeting earlier in the afternoon to
announce his decision to players.
Purdue hosts third-ranked Michigan
"There are two very important
reasons J made my decision,"
Burtnett said. "My family, first of
all, and this football team."
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Spikers battle Ohio
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out low balls.
"Last time we played Ohio we
couldn't get any balls on the
ground. They have an excellent
back court," Michigan coach Joyce
Davis. "Nevertheless they have not
proven to be tough in the middle."
In order to beat Ohio State,
Michigan will have to eliminate
any errors and turn in strong outside
blocking and efficient hitting. The
Wolverines will also look for
consistent left side hitting and
another strong performance from
right side hitter Marie-Anne
The Wolverines will be seeking
to avenge prior losses to both Ohio
State and Indiana.
"Right now we are in the driver's
seat," Davis said. "We can control
where we will finish."
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