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The Michigan Daily
dampen run for roses
Tuesday, October 27, 1987
vs. Schoolcraft College
Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.
Rocky road ends for
goes to work today
"I think we are going to have to
accept the fact that this is a run-of-
the-mill Michigan team. When we
go into games like this, when we
ought to win, playing during a
season when I believe it would be
easiest to win the conference, we've
played like a second-division ball
club. Maybe we just have to accept
the fact that we're just not very
-Michigan head coach
By DARREN JASEY
The reality that 1987 is a wasted
season for Michigan football is
starting to set in.
The Wolverines are now 2-2 in
the Big Ten (4-3 overall) after losing
14-10 to Indiana last Saturday. The
only other time that Bo
Schembechler has started 4-3 at
Michigan was in 1984.
In Saturday's 14-10 Indiana
victory, the Wolverines came up flat
in the second half after controlling
the first two quarters.
"I got to give (Indiana) all the
credit in the world," said Michigan
assistant head coach and offensive
coordinator Gary Moeller at
yesterday's press luncheon, "but I'm
still saying, 'My God, we should
have won that game."'
ACTUALLY, the Wolverines
could say that about all their losses.
Seven turnover performances against
Notre Dame and Michigan State
broke the Wolverines' backs in
games that were statistically close.
Michigan wide receiver John
Kolesar said, "It's really hard to
explain. You can say a lot of should
have, could have, and w o u l d
The problem, said Kolesar, is that
the Wolverines just aren't playing
good sound football, typical of a
"We didn't do everything right
and made mistakes fundamentally,"
Kolesar said. "We didn't play
Michigan football and we didn't win.
If we play Michigan football we'll
"I think it's going to be back to
the basics. Tough, physical, knock
down, drag out football."
THE CONSENSUS among
the coaches and players is that the
Wolverines are talent laden team that
has not clicked on all cylinders.
"All you need to look at are the
three games that we've lost,"
Schembechler said. "You can see
pretty quickly why this team has not
been successful. It's discouraging
because you'd think we would be a
better ball club than what we are.
"You would think that we'd have
a chance to win the championship.
But right now, in my judgment,
we're out of the race."
Moeller pointed out that the
Wolverines outgained, had more first
downs than, and held the ball longer
than Indiana. But Michigan's
inability to make the big play and an
especially poor special teams'
performance led to the fall.
IN ADDITION to a Monte
Robbins punt being blocked and
recovered on the Michigan 11-yard
line, the Wolverines other two punts
travelled only 36 and 38 yards and
were returned for an average of 18.5
yards. Robbins was averaging 44
yards per kick before the contest.
The Hoosiers averaged 53.3 yards
per punt and held Michigan to 14
yards per return. On kickoff returns
the Hoosiers averaged 20 yards
against Michigan's 13.7.
"We lost a lot of valuable,
valuable yards on the kicking game,"
Moeller said. "It makes a hell of a
lot of difference in a game like that,
where both teams are running ball
control because of the bad weather."
Said Schembechler: "Here's the
crowning blow - one of our
strengths has been our kicking
game, and in this game, we couldn't
punt, we had a punt blocked, our
return game wasn't good...our
kicking game was miserable."
By DARREN JASEY
While Michigan continues to get
stoned by the opposition, head coach
Bo Schembechler's kidney stone
problem may finally be cleared.
Indications are that Schem-
bechler's second round of lithotripter
treatment yesterday at the University
of Michigan hospital was a success,
and the 19th-year head coach will
return to work today.
"The reports in here are that
everything went well," said assistant
head coach Gary Moeller.
"Apparently (the treatment) broke
everything up. It went better than
Last Monday Schembechler
underwent the same treatment at the
University hospital and was able to
return to work and coach the Indiana
The lithotripter is a device which
uses sound waves and a tub of water
to 'break up' kidney stones into
smaller pieces, enabling them to
pass out of the body without
Schembechler suffered the kidney
stone attack on Tuesday, Sept. 29,
before the Wisconsin game.
-ABC T.V. will televise the
Michigan-Minnesota game o n
November 7 from the Metrodome.
The game will start at 3:30 EST.
The Wolverines have an 1-2 record
on television thus far this season.
This weekend's homecoming
matchup with Northwestern will not
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-More Morris: The Michigan
running back also needs 281 more
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Wolverines all-time leading rusher.
Woolfolk set the record of 3861
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-Even more Morris: With a Big
Ten leading 891 yards rushing this
season, Morris is on pace to rush for
more yards than any other Michigan
player in one season. Rob Lytle, the
current record holder, rushed for
1,469 in 1976.
-Fullback Jarrod Bunch had his
best day as a Wolverine rushing for
72 yards against Indiana. His
previous high was 61 against Long
Beach State. Bunch and Morris led a
Michigan running attack that gained
239 yards against the Hoosier
defense. Indiana managed only 83
yards on the ground against the
-Michigan has now lost three
consecutive road games, dating back
to the 1987 Rose Bowl. The
Wolverines last accomplished that
-Linebacker John Willingham had
his first career interception against
the Hoosiers Saturday.
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By MICHAEL SALINSKY because of limited mobility.
While the Purdue and Illinois Second-place Purdue, which will
football teams have been on the host the NCAA final four in
downswing of late, the same has not December, swept the Wolverines,
been true of their volleyball teams. 15-7, 15-9, and 15-9, on Saturday
The Michigan volleyball squad night. Heather Olsen notched 10
travelled to Champaign and West kills for Michigan, but her
Lafayette last weekend to face the performance was eclipsed by the
Big Ten front-runners, and the Boilermakers' Linda Reichl's 11
results were not pretty. kills and .391 attack percentage.
The Wolverines failed to score "We did not turn in a competitive
more than nine points in any one of performance over the weekend," said
six games, losing both matches, 3- Davis. "You can't make errors in the
0. The two losses dropped conference and expect to win."
Michigan's record to 19-10, 2-7 in THE C O A C H believes her
the Big Ten. The team's play left team has shown that it can play with
little hope of the Wolverines anybody in the Big Ten but not
moving into the top half of the consistently. Inconsistency and an
conference standings. inability to control the tempo of the
Friday night, eighth-ranked match have been the major factors,
Illinois took only 58 minutes to according to Davis, in Michigan's
dispose of Michigan, 15-4, 15-9, and conference woes.
15-4. Nancy Brockhart lead the Illini The weekend losses leave the
rout with 16 kills and a phenomenal Wolverines in an eighth-place tie
.941 attack percentage. w o Satesint n fe -ce.
THE ONE bright spot for with Ohio State i the conference.
Michigan was the return of setter Michigan travels to Mt. Pleasant
Lisa Vahi. Michigan head coach today to face a tough Central
Joyce Davis thought the senior may Michigan team before playing host
have been out for the season with an to conference foes, Northwestern and
ankle injury. But Vahi returned Wisconsin this weekend at the IM
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Michigan head coach Bo Schembechler has had a bad season in more
ways than one. He is disgruntled with his team's performance and his
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