The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 11, 1987- Page 17
Darren to be Different
BY DARREN JASEY
1 V L 1A/.a I 1
Bo uses uncertain QB
situation to his advantage
Bo Schembechler will use any either one of them," he said. "I
ge to win a football game. wouldn't be adverse to playing both
With the Notre Dame game of them in the same game."
ching closer and closer Last year Schembechler expressed
.hembechler has not decided on a more concern about playing Notre
arting quarterback. Dame than in previous years. He
"You hate to do it to claimed that he didn't know what to
ematurely," Schembechler said last expect on offense from the Irish's
eek, "because both of them have new coaching staff.
ne a good job. We'll make a NOTRE DAME proved
cision - we have to do that - Schembechler right by piling up 455
id as soon as we can I will. I don't yards of total offense despite a 24-23
iow whether that will be just prior Michigan victory.
the game or a week before the "We know how to line up a little
me or what." better than we did a year ago,"
It has become apparent that the Schembechler said, "because we
ichigan coach made up his mind didn't know what we'd be getting."
ng ago. He decided not to decide on This year Lou Holtz is worrying.
starter. With Schembechler's 'indecision' at
IN 1975 he did the same thing. quarterback and wholesale coaching
he opening game starter was a fresh shifts after last season, Holtz said he
cruit, Rick Leach. A fired-up is a little in the dark about the
ichigan squad beat Wisconsin, 23- Wolverines.
Demetrius Brown and Michael "We will have no surprises this
aylor are not in their first year. year," Holtz said. "If there are any
hey are juniors with three years of surprises it will be completely on
igibility remaining, b u t Michigan's part."
.hembechler expects whoever starts Schembechler's major coaching
have a positive effect on the team moves were the shifts of Gary
tomorrow's game. Moeller from offensive to defensive
He also hopes that the Michigan coordinator and defensive back coach
iarterback situation takes the Lloyd Carr to Moeller's old spot.
'otlight off of his main offensive Of the offensive staff, only
eapons - Jamie Morris and Greg offensive backfield coach Tirrel
.cMurtry. He wants Notre Dame to Burton is in the same position that
ink about defending both he held last season.
rolverine quarterbacks. "We can't control what Michigan
The Michigan coach is confident is going to do," Holtz said. "We're
at either one could do the job, and more concerned about what we do
is using that luxury to keep the rather than what the opposition
sh defense off guard. Schembechler does."
s advertised Brown as the passer But Holtz must prepare for two
id Taylor as the runner, but the quarterbacks and a different offensive
ach also insists that they are coaching philosophy. That could be
mplete quarterbacks. the slight edge that Schembechler is
"I wouldn't be adverse to playing looking for.
Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
Demetrius Brown, expected starting quarterback for the Wolverines in Saturday's season opener against Notre Dame, will need to be shielded
from the Fighting Irish pass rush.
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