Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 30, 1988
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John Vitale, left, and Tony Boles (42), center, were named to the All-Big Ten first team
yesterday. Mike Husar, Mike Gillette and Mark Messner were the other Wolverines
named to the first team.
Five 'M' players named
to Ai-Big Ten first team
CHICAGO (AP) - Indiana
running back Anthony Thompson
was named the Big Ten's most
valuable player and was one of four
Hoosiers named yesterday to the
1988 Associated Press all-conference
Defensive tackle Mark Messner of
conference champion Michigan and
offensive tackle Tony Mandarich of
runner-up Michigan State were the
only unanimous choices on the 24-
man first team selected by a panel of
18 sportswriters and sportscasters.
Thompson, who led the
conference in rushing and ranked
third nationally, was joined on the
All-Big Ten team by Indiana guard
Don Schrader, kicker Pete
Stovanovich and defensive lineman
DEFENSIVE BACK Marc
Foster of Purdue was the only choice
from Purdue. He missed being a
unanimous selection by one point.
Iowa, which tied Illinois for third
place, placed seven players on the
first team. Michigan landed five
players while Michigan State and
fifth-place Indiana each picked up
Illinois landed three players, all
on the defensive unit, and the final
spot went to Purdue. Minnesota,
Northwestern, Ohio State and
Wisconsin were shut out on the first
Messner made the team for the
fourth consecutive year, the only
position player to achieve that feat,
while Iowa defensive lineman Dave
Haight made it for the third
Tight end Mar Cook of Iowa,
like Foster, missed being a
unanimous first-team choice by one
point. Thompson had 34 points.
A first-place vote was worth two
points and a second-place vote was
worth one point.
Ed Sutter, Northwestern's punter-
linebacker, was named Freshman of
the Year and was the second-team
ALSO NAMED to the first
team on offense were wide receivers
Andre Rison of Michigan State and
Deven Harberts of Iowa, tackle Bob
Kratch of Iowa, guard Mike Husar of
Michigan, center John Vitale of
Michigan, quarterback Chuck
Hartlieb of Iowa and running back
Tony Boles of Michigan.
Mandarich, Cook, Husar, Hartlief
and Vitale were repeaters from last
Joining Huff, Foster, Messner
and Haight on the defensive unit
were lineman Joe Mott of Iowa and
Mo Gardner of Illinois, linebackers
Percy Snow of Michigan State,
Derrick Brownlow of Illinois and
Brad Quast of Iowa and defensive
backs Glen Cobb of Illinois and
John Miller of Michigan State.
Mike Gillette of Michigan was the
Snow was also a repeater on
Only four players received MVP
votes. One panelist did not vote and
another split his ballot, giving half a
vote to Thompson, who finished
with 7 1/2 votes, and the other half
to Messner, who was second with 4
" Mandarich got four votes for
MVP. The other vote went to
Illinois' Jeff George, the second-
Michigan players who were
named to the second team included
wide receiver Greg McMurtry, kicker
Gillette, defensive back David
Arnold and linebacker J.J. Grant.
Wide receiver John Kolesar,
offensive lineman Greg Skrepenak,
quarterback Michael Taylor, tight
end Derrick Walker and defensive
back Tripp Welborne all received
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