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October 03, 1988 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily --Monday, October 3, 1988-- Page 11

Continued from Page 1
celebrated their 100th year of
Wisconsin football Saturday, but
the Wolverines crashed the party.
Michigan's final tally marked the
second-highest game total ever
allowed by the Badgers.
"I think when you break the very
first play for a touchdown, and
things went as well as they did in
the first half, that was pretty much
the game," said Michigan coach Bo
Schembechler, whose team
improved to 2-2 (1-0 in the Big
Wolverine tailback Tony Boles
stunned Wisconsin by galloping 55
yards for a touchdown on the
Wolverines' first play from
scrimmage. Before the first half
ended, the third-year sophomore
added scoring runs of two and 81
yards. His 81-yard scamper was the
longest by a Wolverine since Butch
' Woolfolk's 89-yard touchdown run
in 1981, also in Madison.
Boles' predecessor, Jamie
Morris, also ran for three first-half
touchdowns against the Badgers last
year. Morris rushed for 182 yards on
the day.
Boles finished with 179 yards
Saturday - all in the first half -
on just 10 carries. His 604 rushing
yards for the season ranks him
second in the Big Ten behind
Indiana's Anthony Thompson, a
"I think we put them in a defense
we wanted to put them in," Boles
said. "We ran what we wanted to
run, so I think that's why we had
such a big game."
Michigan quarterback Michael
Taylor added: "I think we were able
to run off tackle effectively, and I
think our passing game was
effective. We made good decisions
on where to throw the ball."
TAYLOR completed six of
eight passes and threw for his fourth
touchdown of the season in the
second quarter when he found Greg
McMurtry deep in the end zone.
Four Wolverine quarterbacks
combined to connect on 13 of 19
passing attempts. Michigan has yet
to throw an interception this year.
The Wolverines amassed 628
yards total offense for the day, 412
in the first half.
"They just kicked our butts,"
said Wisconsin running back
Marvin Artley, who scored one of
the Badgers' two touchdowns.
After- Michigan's regulars
marched 76 yards for a touchdown
in the opening drive of the second
half, Schembechler quickly went to
his bench. He used all but two of
his players who made the trip.
"He was trying everything he
could (to keep the score down),"
said Morton, a Flint native.
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Michigan lost a 4-3 heartbreaker to
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"I'm pleased with scoring three
goals in each game," coach Karen
Collins said. "Our problem has
been defense. We gave up nine
goals in two games and 24 in our
first nine. That's just too many to
The weekend began with high
expectations Friday night as the
team drew its largest home crowd of
the season.
Central Michigan drew first
blood, though, when forward Laura
Farrell punched the ball through
from about five yards out.
Forward Judy Burinskas scored
the first of two goals on a bouncer
from 25 yards with only 50 seconds
remaining in the first half to tie the
score, 1-1. Burinskas now leads the
team in goals with eight.
The Wolverines came out strong
in the second half, taking a quick 2-
1 lead on Burinskas' second score,
which was assisted by co-captain
Robin Ives.
Ives then gave Michigan a 3-1
lead 13 minutes into the half on a
pass from Burinskas.
Central Michigan began its
comeback only one minute later
when forward Mary Lefevre scored.
her first of two consecutive goals.

"You can't sit back on a lead,"
Collins said.
It seemed as Michigan was doing
just that, though, as Lefevre tied up
the game with 10 minutes left. The
score remained 3-3 going into
Tracy Stoakes then capped the
CMU comeback with only three
minutes left in the extra period.
"They just outplayed us,"
Collins said. "Hopefully this won't
hurt us going into the Big Ten
schedule. The loss could get us
psyched - it could work to our
Unfortunately, it didn't.
Betsy Craig scored in the first three
minutes to give the Spartans the
lead. Michigan's Sandie Marotti
tied the score five minutes later.
After State took the lead once
again, Wolverine forward Sara
Clark scored the first of her two
goals to tie it, 2-2.
The Spartans scored again to
take a 3-2 advantage into halftime,
and then put the game away with a
goal to begin the second half.
Clark scored again, but so did
the Spartans, making the final score
"Attack played great," Collins
said, but she also cited her team's
defensive shortcomings. "We'll
work on defense until they drop."
On Saturday, the Wolverines
will travel to Evanston, Ill., to take
on Big Ten leader Northwestern.

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Wolverines' 62-14 victory over Wisconsin.

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