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Field Hockey
vs. Ohio University
Today, 7:30 p.m.
South Ferry Field

SPORTS

Field Hockey
vs. Ball State
Tomorrow, 7 p.m.
South Ferry Field

The Michigan Daily Friday, Septemk.er 5, 1986 Page 18
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Fourn defense starti ng spots unclaimed

By PHIL NUSSEL
Bo Schembechler doesn't worry
anymore - he just gets
concerned.
With eight days left before the
season opener at Notre Dame,
Schembechler is concerned about
naming his starting lineups,
especially on defense.
"THE PROBLEM is, I can't
give you' the starting lineup
because I don't know," the
Michigan boss said yesterday at
his first press luncheon of the
season.
Four spots on defense "could go
either way," according to
Schembechler. Three of the four
openings are at linebacker.
Steve Thibert and Carlitos
Bostic along with Dieter Heren
and Tim Schulte all want to start
at outside linebacker. Thibert
and Heren are listed as starters,
but Bostic and Schulte may still
get the nod next week.
IT'S THE same story at inside
linebacker with ' Andree
McIntyre, the listed starter, and
Todd Schulte, the challenger.
Defensive signal caller Andy
Moeller is the only sure starting
linebacker.
Brad Cochran's old
cornerback position features a
battle between Erik Campbell and
Dave Arnold. Injuries hampered
both players this week
(Campbell's ankle and Arnold's
head), but they are expected to play
against Notre Dame.
"They are all so close, that they
all ought to play,".Schembechler
said.
BUT DEFENSE isn't the only
area of concern for the 18-year
coach. The placekickers' war is

hotter than ever between Pat
Moons, the listed starter, Mike
Gillette, last year's starter, and
Rick Sutkiewicz, the kickoff.
specialist.
"I just don't know who will be
doing the field goals and extra
points," Schembechler said.
"They're all pretty close."
Schembechler had no trouble
naming the starters on the
..AIL

can ill afford another injury u
front."''
THEN THERE is
Schembechler's usual area of
concern - tight end. Sophomore
Derrick Walker, who is listed asr
a linebacker, is now the backup'
behind sophomore Jeff Brown.-',
Keith Mitchell, who looked.-
comfortable there in the spring'
game, is third in line.
The tight end situation has' .
been bothering Schembechle'r.-,
since he lost All-American Erio"c
Kattus. Because of th6
weaknesses there, Schembechlerr
admitted the offense may turn tha
three-widout format more often
since he has several talentedri
receivers in the likes of Paul",
Jokisch, John Kolesar, and,
freshman Greg McMurtry.
Notre Dame, obviously, fi
another one of Schembechler
concerns. The coaching change"x
at the school confuses Michigan's
pre-game strategy because th'e
staff cannot predict how head,
coach Lou Holtz will adapt his
philosophies to his personnel.
Preparing for the Irish defense
is the main difficulty. The
Michigan braintrusts do not
know if Holtz will use the setup he-
had at. Minnesota or if he will use
defensive coordinator - Foge
Fazio's plans from Pittsburgh,
where he was head coach for four,,,
years.
"We really don't know what-,.
Holtz will do," Schembechle r
said. "He didn't bring his staff...'
from Minnesota, he brought in A
lot of different people."
Despite Michigan's high
ratings, there are still areas of
concern.
But nobody is worrying.

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Despite a few concerns, Bo Schembechler has reason to smile. All signs point to another successful season for
the highly-ranked Wolverines.

Moeller
... sure starter -
offensive line, but that's where he
has the most concern after.two
linemen suffered injuries this
week.
TACKLE JERRY Quaerna
went down with a knee injury
and is out for at least two weeks
and backup guard Dave Herrick
suffered a hernia and is out for
the year.
Mike Husar, who started six
games last year, will take- over
Quaerna's spot. He sat out the
other six games with a knee
injury, but is 100 percent now.
"(The offensive line) is not
ready," Schembechler said. "We

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Trustees probe SC hoops team

Sthe .tailback tirne with Jamie Morris. """"c %"'Is tpe. a" i" he h n COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - An
other freshman making progress on the t f in-house investigation of the
t fllback Jarrod unh. The 62, 214 ' t don t think it makes that much basketball progam at South
-unner is now third string behind White rifference. Carolina is focussing on
rryman -NUSSEL allegations that boosters hired at
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least two ex-players and paid
them as much as $500 a week'for
bogus jobs, a published report said
yesterday.
The Columbia Record quoted
unnamed sources - including
three members of the board of
trustees - as saying the
investigation is centering on
reports that boosters arranged
summer jobs requiring little or
no work for the players under

Coach Bill Foster, who resigned
-and now is coach ." at
Northwestern.
School investigators are-
probing reports players were.
hired by a group of businessmen.-
and doctors in Columbia "to do.
yard work, wash cars or even do
nothing," and were paid between
$200 and $500 each a week, the,
sources said.

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