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Women' Tennis
vs. Ohio University
Sunday, 2:30 p.m.
Track and Tennis Building

SPORTS
Monday, April 20, 1987

Baseball Doubleheader
vs. Cleveland State
' Wednesday, 1:00 p.m.
Fisher Stadium
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The Michigan Daily

QB undetermined

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By DARREN JASEY
Spring game 1987 is history.
The next time people pay money to
enter Michigan Stadium, Notre
Dame will be wearing white, not
Chris Zurbrugg, Andree McIntyre,
and the rest of the halved Michigan
squad that defeated the Blue 20-17
Saturday.
"It was a great game. Michigan
won," said head coach Bo Schem-
bechler as if the game was real.
"What else do you want to know?"
C'mon, coach, we know that
you know what we want to know.
WHO'S GOING .to start at
'quarterback? Will it be one of the
two young upstarts with the quick
feet and the single digit numbers on
their jerseys? Or, will it be the
experienced fifth-year senior who's
name sounds like that of an
Austrian tennis champion?
One of the upstarts, Michael
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Taylor, broke his left (non-
throwing) hand in the third quarter,
but it should be mended by fall.
The redshirt sophomore completed
three of four passes for 23 yards. He
connected with tight end Jeff Brown
for a five-yard touchdown in the
second quarter to give the White a
10-3 lead.
Zurbrugg hit on eight of 17
passes for 85 yards, including a 32-
yarder to Olatide Ogunfiditimi for
the winning score in the fourth
quarter. But Zurbrugg also failed to
take his team into the end zone after
the White had a first down inside
the Blue's five-yard line in the third
quarter.
Demetrius Brown, another
redshirt sophomore, completed 12
of 23 for 187 yards and worked
nearly the whole game for the Blue.
Most impressively, he passed and
ran his team to a game-tying
touchdown with just under a minute
left in the first half. His five-yard
pass to Chris Calloway capped that
scoring drive.
SO, COACH, have you de-
cided yet?
"I may announce who it is five.
minutes before the kickoff," he
said. "I've done that before. I did it
with Rick Leach."
Schembechler then said that
Jamie Morris, who rushed for 60
yards on 16 carries for the White, is
far and away his best running back.
Okay, but what about this Tracy
Williams character?
The six-foot, 200-plus pound
fullback/tailback ran for 88 yards on
eight carries. His 38-yard run set up
Zurbrugg's winning touchdown
pass, and he returned two kickoffs
for 64 and 20 yards apiece. Well
coach, does that performance put
him ahead of Tony Boles and Allen
Jefferson? Is he the guy?
"Any one of the three could have

been the guy," Schembechler said.
"It just happened to be Tracy."
"All three of them are good
backs, but don't get me wrong,
they're not ready yet. It's just a
matter of time. I don't know who's
going to be playing the most.
Tracy Williams was not a surprise
for those of you who thought we
didn't know he could run."
BOLES collected 54 yards on
10 carries to lead the Blue backs.
The 6-2 sophomore's 15-yard TD
run put the Blue ahead 17-13 early
in the fourth quarter. On that play,
Boles dipped inside and then
sprinted left to avoid the defense.
Jarrod Bunch and Jefferson
rushed for 32 and 10 yards,
respectively for the Blue.
Of the remaining White backs,
Leroy Hoard and Phil Webb each
carried eight times for 34 and 22
yards, respectively. The White
rushed for a total of 210 yards in
the game.
Blue receiver Calloway also
played well. The sophomore
grabbed six of Brown's passes for
108 yards. Calloway was the only
one of Schembechler's top four
receivers to play in the game.
JU NIO R John Kolesar re-
injured his collarbone earlier this
spring and sophomore Greg
McMurtry was in Columbus with
the baseball team. Tripp Welbourne
will join the team next fall when he
starts school.
Brent White and McIntyre headed
the White defense. White collected
eight solo tackles and four assists
and McIntyre had five solos and
four assists.
The Blue defense was led by J.J.
Grant with 12 solos and one assist.
Mark Messner and Anthony
Mitchell chipped in with seven and
one, and five and three respectively.
The game was more of a show
for the estimated 20,000 sun
bathers who went to Michigan
Stadium. The deficiencies that
Schembechler discovered this spring
were not mended in the spring
game. "My opinion of the spring
and so forth was made before we

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Tracy Williams eluded tacklers all afternoon in Michigan's spring football game Saturday. The sophomore
running back garnered 86 yards on eight carries while returning two kicks for 84 yards.

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played this game," he said.
"If I had to start a (real) game
next week, I wouldn't know who to
start at some positions. That's the
problem. That's what I'm concerned
about."

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