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Men's Swimming
EMU Invitational
Today and Tomorrow
Ypsilanti

SPORTS

Rose Bowl Tour Sales
Today and Dec. 8-11
Union Basement

The Michigan Daily

Friday, December 5, 1986

Page 11

Blue

Hawaii

End of Rainbows tough for'M'

By PHIL NUSSEL
HONOLULU, Hawaii - Hawaii is-.going to get a
little bluer this weekend as the Rose Bowl-bound
Wolverines (10-1) travel to the islands for the final
regular season game of '86 against Western Athletic
Conference power Hawaii (7-4).
Michigan was expected. to arrive in Honolulu this
morning at about 1 a.m. EDT, 8 p.m. Hawaii time.
And what does a Bo Schembechler team do after a
dozen hours on a plane?
Of course, they practice. An hour-long workout is
scheduled upon arrival. The team will barely see the
island paradise until after the game Saturday night
(kickoff is 8 p.m. EDT and will be televised on
ESPN).
"It's gonna be football and not messing around,"
General Schembechler said before leaving Ann Arbor's
winter wonderland, "but they will get to see Hawaii. I
think it will be a great educational experience for our
guys.
THE RAINBOW Warriors will be out to educate
the Wolverines about upsets on the island, which were
made famous when tiny Chaminade College upset No.
1-ranked Virginia in basketball four years ago.
The Warriors command a 6-1 mark over their
opponents at home this year. Wisconsin, UTEP,
Fresno State, and Wyoming were the top wins. The
lone loss was to Brigham Young, 10-3.
"I told Bo Schembechler anybody who goes out to
Hawaii is in for a tough game," said Michigan
basketball coach Bill Frieder, who played a game out
there a year ago. "I've been to Hawaii. They're going
to have their officials, their scorekeeper, their timer,
the works. They're going to have a tough game."

Head coach Dick Tomey, a grad assistant under
Schembechler at Miami (Ohio), is in his tenth season
at Hawaii. He has only had two losing seasons and
boasts a 63-45-3 career mark.
"Michigan is a great challenge and we're looking
forward to playing them," Tomey said. "This will be
the first team we've faced out here that can run and
throw well and play good defense."
THE RAINBOW defense is led by Samoan Sack
Man, Al Noga, who became a first-team All-American
yesterday. Noga has a team-record 17 sacks this year.
He leads the team with 81 tackles -29 for losses.
Hawaii's offense averages almost three touchdowns
a game. Quarterback Gregg Tipton has 190
completions in 344 attempts for 2438 yards and 11
touchdowns. He gets plenty of protection from 6-7,
329-pound tackle Mark Nua along with a host of other
meatwagons averaging 280 pounds.
Danny Crowell leads the rushing attack with 163
carries for 675 yards, and six touchdowns. Marco
Johnson, a 5-9, 165-pound junior, heads the receiving
corps with 37 catches for 515 yards.
"They play like two different teams," said Michigan
defensive coordinator Gary Moeller. "They are
something else at home. They play with a lot of
emotion. But they don't play nearly as well on the
road. They play much better in their own
environment."
And what an environment it is. According to a
source in the Hawaii athletic department, it is sunny
and 80 degrees in Honolulu. UH is having a surfing
contest this weekend. With a home environment like
that, who wouldn't play well?

------- ---- -" Daily Photoby JOHN MUNSON
Quarterback Jim Harbaugh calls out the signals in the Rose-Bowl clinching victory over Ohio State. The
Wolverines cross the continent to play a competitive Hawaii squad tomorrow in preparation for their Jan. 1
date with Arizona State in Pasadena.

Michigan Football Stats

Team Statistics
Mich.. Opp.
Total FrstDowns.........251 192
Rushing 136 80
Passing 102 95
Other i13 17
Total Net Yards.......... 4774 s229
Total Plays 809 700
Avg. Per Play 5.9 4.6
Avg.Per Game 434 294
Net Rushing Yards...... 2274 1267
Total Atempts 560 3 2
Avg. Per Play 4.0 3.5
Avg. Per game 206.7 115.2
Net Passing Yard&--- 2500 1962
Att/Comp/Int............246/160/9 338/182/15
Avg.Per At. 10.2 5.8
Avg. Per Comp 15.6 10.8
Avg. Per Game 227.3 178.4
Pimts/AvgBmk .............. 22$/44.1/0 5039.V2
Int./Yds.«............. 15/15 9/50
Fumbleasost....... ... 15/11 2013
Penalties/Yds........... 731648 70/591
3rd dn conv/att/pct... 71/139/51.0 55/141/39.0
Time of Possession..... 371:19 288,41
Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 - T
Michigan 65 104 99 69 337
Opponent 47 39 22 60 171

Punting
Name No Yds Avg Lng
Roabbing 29 1279 44.1 68

Willingham
Harris
Hicks
Gant
T Schulte
Bishop
Grant
Arnold
Mallory
'hibert

26
22
28
27
22
19
28
13
16
16
11

15
19
12
13
7
6
9
11
5
6
4

41
41,
40
40
29
25
3'7
24
21
22
15

41/35
0
0
118
0
0
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Ow 50
Total
Name GP
Harbaugh 11
Morris 10
Tao
Name Solo
Moeller 75
McIntyre 56
Rivers 48
Heren 50
Messner 39
Folkertsma 28
Td. Schulte 26

1981 39.6 86

Offense
Rush Pass Tot. Avg
99 2432 2531 230.1
921 0 921 92.1
ckling
Ass Tot Sacks/Yds
41 116 2/11
19 75 1/2
20 68 010
18 68 2122
17 56 5/48
20 48 3/29
18 44 Or

The Champs *
Offensive Champion - Jim Harbaugh/Jamie
Morris
Offensive Hustler- John Vitae
Defensive Champion - Mark Messner
Defensive Hustler - Garland Rivers
Kick Team Champion -Monte Robbins
Rookie TeamChampion - Sott Snkowdk
Scout Team Champion - Demetrius Brown
*-Week of Nov.17

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Christmas Break Rate

Beat the Clock!

Name
Morris
Witcher
White
Harbaugh
Hofllo-ay
TNy4pr
Zurbnwgg
McMurtry
Kolesar
Robbins

Rushing
GP AT YDS Avg
10 175 921 5.3
11 98 422 4.3
11 88 381 4.3
11 87 321 3.7
11 78 99 1.3
7 11 40 3.6
.3 5 33 6.6
5 6 18 3.0
7 8 30 3.8
11 2 15 7.5
8 2 8 4.0
11 1 8 8.0

TD
6
6
6
0
0
0
0

Lng
52
47
25
18
22
12
14
13
13
13
11
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TL"AM 11 563 2274 4.0 31 52
O 11 9 2 1267 3.5 9 46
Passing
Name Att Coint Yde Pct. TD lg
HIarbaugh 239 158 8 2432 66.1 10 62
zarixugg 7 2 1 68 28.6 0 41
TAM 246 160 9 2500 65.0 10 62
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Receiving
Name GP No Yds Avg TD Lng
Higgins 11 31 598 19.3 1 51
Komear 8 15 402 26.8 2 47
White 11 356 85 11.0 3 41
McMurtry 11 16 375 23A 0 62
Morris 10 28 295 8.4 1 27
J.Brown 11 18 215 11.9 1 21
Jokiech 9 9 197 21.9 2 51
Perryman 11 8 93 11.6 0 23

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