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"I'm not sure if it's a case
of who's the worst, but
who's the best. We have
been pleased with both
kids. One thing we don't
know is how they'll handle
the pressure because
neither's been there.'
- assistant coach
Gary Moeller

Junior Carlson hopes
to avoid wrath of Khan

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MICHIGAN

BY STEVE BLONDER
If the Wolverines have one
glaring question mark this season, is
has to be the kicking game, where
they have to find replacements for
kicker/punter Mike Gillette.
"If I could have one guy back
from last year's squad, it would be
Mike Gillette," Michigan coach Bo
Schembechler said. "I'm not overly
concerned about the place-kicking,
but the punting is where we have
ERS
problems."
J.D. Carlson appears to be a leg
up on senior Gulam Kahn in the
battle for the kicking chores, but a
clear choice has not emerged. Kahn's
strength is his accuracy, while
Carlson has more strength in his leg.
"I'm not sure if it's a case of
who's the worst, but who's the
best," assistant head coach Gary
Moeller said. "We have been pleased
with both kids. One thing we don't
know is how they'll handle the
pressure because neither's been there.
"It's a good choice, not a bad
choice."
John Albertson also may do some

kicking.
One rule change which may affect
the Wolverine kickers involves the
loss of the tee. Previously, kickers
could kick from a tee on field goal
and extra-point attempts. Now, they
can only use a tee on kickoffs, and
Schembechler predicts many more
kicks will be blocked as a result
because the ball will not ascend as
rapidly as it previously did.
He said last week that the
Michigan kickers have adjusted well
to the change.
The other question, which
remains murkier, is who will be
doing the Wolverines' punting.
The two candidates are frosh Chris
Stapleton and redshirt frosh Eddie
Azcona.
"The punting is improving a
little, but I'm not ready to decide,"
Schembechler said. "We need to punt
them some more under pressure."
One worry both the coaching staff
and Stapleton have is the
intimidation factor: namely punting
in pressure situations with over
100,000 people sitting in the stands.
"I'm a little nervous," Stapleton
admitted on media day. "The thought
of starting is beyond anything I
could imagine."
Schembechler said before the start
of fall practice, that he intended to
spend extra time working on the
punt.

MAJOR COLLEGE
TEAM STANDINGS
All Games
1 Nebraska .828
2 Oklahoma .824
3 Penn State .799
4 MICHIGAN .794
5 Alabama .776
Regular Season Games
1 Nebraska .848
2 Oklahoma .836
3 MICHIGAN .829
4 Penn State..811
5 Alabama .791
Home Games
1 Nebraska .874
2 MICHIGAN .871
3 Oklahoma .868
4 Texas .860
5 Penn State .839

PREVIEW
Continued from Page 3
Tony Boles battling to start alongside fullback
Jarrod Bunch, the ability to avoid fumbilitis
may determine who catches Schembechler's
sideline wrath and who carries the football.
If Michigan decides to air it out, Taylor has
plenty of dependable receivers returning in Greg
McMurtry, Chris Calloway, Desmond Howard
and Derrick Walker.
Up front, Schembechler has a huge offensive
line, led by Skrepanek, a 340-pound tackle,
290-pound tackle Tom Dohring, and 295-pound

Which college sport

guard Dean Dingman. Two hundred seventy-
pound Steve Everitt is leading Matt Elliott in
the battle to replace All-American center John
Vitale, while 294-pound Joe Cocozzo is
expected to start at the other guard position.
Despite losing All-American defensive tackle
Mark Messner and cornerback David Arnold,
the Wolverine defense returns nine starters and
has more all depth than in recent seasons.
The strength of the Michigan defense will be
the linebacking, where Michigan returns five
players who started last year. Anderson, John
Milligan, and J.J. Grant will be expected to
battle for the three inside positions, while

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