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The Michigan Daily
Tuesday, September 15, 1987
By ADAM OCHLIS
Despite seeing his quarterbacks
throw half as many passes to Notre
Dame defenders than to Michigan
'receivers, Wolverine football coach
"'Bo Schembechler insists that the
offense is not his primary worry.
"Our biggest concern is still at
defense, it's not at offense," said
Schembechler at his weekly press
luncheon yesterday. "Turning the
ball over seven times - that's our
quota for the year.
"On offense, we weren't that bad
other than those colossal mistakes.
We'll get that straightened out."
Schembechler's main problems
are at linebacker and defensive back
- the two areas that have concerned
him since spring practice. The 19-
year head coach said he played inside
linebacker J.J. Grant on Saturday in
a "desperation move." Grant had
been sidelined by an arm injury.
Schembechler said, "I had no
choice (in playing Grant) ," as
Curtis Feaster, Marc Spencer, and
Keith Cooper - all linebackers who
were expected to contribute - are
out of action with various injuries.
POSSIBLE lineup changes
include replacing outside linebacker
Tim Williams with J o h n
Willingham, although Schembechler
refused to commit to any moves.
With pass-happy Washington
State coming to town this weekend,
Schembechler is toying with the idea
of moving safety Erik Campbell to
cornerback in place of Allen Bishop
and moving junior Anthony
Mitchell into Campbell's old
Despite Saturday's 26-7 defeat,
Schembechler is still confident his
offense can put points on the board
and eliminate the mistakes.
"(With) seven turnovers, you just
can't measure what you're capable of
doing, and we played against a good
team," he said. "I think if we'd have
played our game we would have
"I'm not going to give up," he
added. "I'm disappointed because
we've not been a turnover team. But
we had a new quarterback in there,
and it's the first time he's ever
SCHEMBECHLER also said
that both quarterbacks - Demetrius
Brown and Michael Taylor - will
probably play against the Cougars
(2-0 with victories over Fresno State
and Wyoming). The Michigan coach
added that both signal callers -
particularly Brown (4-15 with three
interceptions) - have nowhere to go
"I told (Brown) 'You were so bad
that anything you do from now on is
going to be an improvement."'
After Saturday's loss,
Schembechler said he couldn't find
anything positive in the game. But
he changed his tone yesterday,
Schembechler credited the offensive
line for opening big holes for
tailback Jamie Morris (128 yards).
He singled out 6-7, 305 pound Jim
"Jumbo" Elliot, who is a strong
candidate for the Outland Trophy,
given to college football's best
"We blocked them (Notre Dame)
and we blocked them," said
Schembechler. "I'll tell you, that
John Elliot's a dominant player.
He'll knock you from one end of the
field to the other."
Schembechler continued to be
upbeat despite suffering his first
opening game loss at home. "If I
thought that we really got the hell
kicked out of us physically then I'd
think we'd be in trouble," he said.
"But we didn't. Not at all."
However, Schembechler said that
his Wolverines are now in a must-
win situation against Washington
State this weekend.
"We've got to beat them," he
said. "I don't know how we'll do it,
but we've got to do it."
- After saying two weeks ago that
he wasn',t expecting anything out of
John Kolesar the whole year,
Schembechler said yesterday that the
oft-injured wide receiver was being
moved to flanker and will start
against the Cougars.
" Greg McMurtry's touchdown
reception Saturday's game was the
first for the Brockton, Mass.
sophomore in his career.
- A Michigan loss this Saturday
would leave the Wolverines with
three consecutive home losses dating
back to last season. A Schembechler
coached team has never suffered three
straight home defeats.
- Considering his team's
performance, Schembechler was not
surprised at the outcome. "If another
team turns the ball over seven times,
you ought to get 40 points."
- The athletic department has
asked students for their help in
getting to Saturday's game 45
minutes before kickoff (i.e. 12:15
p.m.) and to sit in their assigned seat
so that everyone will get to their
seat on time and enjoy the entire
I told (Demetrius
Brown) 'You were so bad
that anything you do from
now on is going to be an
- Bo Schembechler
Portfolio review: Sunday, Sept. 20,1987:
Bring your own B&W photos.
Darkroom experience required.
5:00 p.m. at the Student Publications
Building, 420. Maynard.
Call Andi or Scott at 764,0552
for more information.
" ALL CAMPUS GOLF TOURNAMENT
ENTRIES DUE: Thursday, September 17
4:30 pm, Intramural Sports Building
Call 763-3562 for more information
WHITEWATER RAFTING TRIP
TRIP DATES: Fri., Sept. 25-Sun., Sept. 27,
TONIGHT! TUES., Sept. 15,1987
7 pm, North Campus Recreation Building
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