Tonight, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena
The Michigan Doily
Saturday, 2:05 p.m.
(WJR, WWJ, WPZA)
at Madison, WI
Friday, October 5, 1990
Moeller leads Blue on quest for
by Mike Gill
Daily Football Writer
Dim the lights. This is it, the
night of nights.
No more rehearsing. On with the
show, this is it.
Except that this is Wisconsin.
The Big Ten season is upon
Michigan and its Wolverines, the
games that serve as the steps to the
Rose Bowl. The three previous
games can be served up as simply
experience gainers, except when it
comes to worrying about the
Oh yeah, Michigan is ranked
third, and with Florida State playing
Miami this weekend, there's the
chance Michigan could move even
higher. All this, despite an opening
game loss to Notre Dame.
Barry Alvarez used to know about
life on the top. He worked for
Hayden Fry and the Hawkeyes before
assuming the job as defensive
coordiator at Notre Dame, where he
won a national championship.
Alvarez beat out Michigan defensive
coordinator Lloyd Carr for the
Wisconsin job, his first head
Now, Saturday's game (2:05
kickoff, no TV, WJR (760) WWJ
(950), WPZA (1050)) is billed as a
battle of rookie coaches: one
attempting to rebuild a program and
grab a couple of wins; the other
working for the Rose Bowl while
silently eyeing a possible national
But don't get it wrong. Gary
Moeller is sitting in a corner, wor-
ried stiff, about the problems Wis-
consin could throw his Wolverines.
Reason number one: Barry
"Barry has a lot of experience
playing against us because he was a
coordinator at Notre Dame. He
knows a lot of our tendencies and
what we like to do."
Reason number two: Rest.
third straight Big Ten title
The Badgers have been hibernat- team. "In (Dan) Batsch and (Don)
ing. After starting the season 1-2 (a Davey they have a strong defensive
win against Ball State, losses to line."
California and Temple), Alvarez's R
boys had an off week. "They'll have Reason number four: Michigan's
a nice fresh team," Moeller said.ofesvli-
"They are getting their guys back The Wolverine line was heralded
from injuries. They've had a chance after two overpowering performances
to heal up with that week off, plus against Notre Dame and UCLA.
you get an extra week of practice Versus Maryland, they were less
time." impressive. Now they must cope
Alvarez won't deny the benefit of with the loss of starting center Steve
free time. "We felt that the off week Everitt, who is out at least six
helped us. We did some experiment- weeks with a broken foot. 4
ing and also got back to fundament- "I would compare him to anyone
als." Of course, the fundamentals in the league," Moeller said. "He's a
have hurt Wisconsin. Alvarez points natural type center. It breaks up the
to problems with pushing the ball in continuity which we've been work-
from inside the 10-20 yard line. ing with all fall."
Reason number three: Wiscon- Last year, Michigan won 24-0 in
sin's defense. what Bo Schembechler called "the
When you think of Milwaukee, worst 24-0 victory in Michigan
you think of beer, but when you football history."
think of Wisconsin, do you think of Now, the show opens. And
defense? Probably not. But nonethe- despite the worries, Moeller would
less, it is the strong point of the probably grab 24-0 in a minute.
One of the main worries for Michigan coach Gary Moeller is the loss of
starting center Steve Everitt who suffered a broken foot last Saturday.
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Blue-White scrimmages on tap for 'M'
1. Illinois at Ohio St.
2. Iowa at Michigan St.
3. Minnesota at Purdue
4. Indiana at Northwestern
5. Colorado at Missouri
6. E. Michigan at Toledo
7. Duke at Army
8. Rutgers at Boston College
9. Florida St. at Miami (Fla.)
10. Georgia Tech at Maryland
11. Georgia at Clemson
12. Louisiana St. at Florida
13. Oklahoma at Oklahoma St.
14. Chico St. at Idaho
15. Washington at Arizona St.
16. Utah at Colorado St.
17. Arizona at UCLA
18. Houston at Baylor
19. C. Michigan at Kent St.
20. Brown at Princeton
by Matt Rennie
Daily Hockey Writer
All the anticipation and hype
around the Michigan hockey team
will finally come to a climax at 7:30
tonight at Yost Ice Arena when the
Maize and Blue face off against...
Well, against the Maize and Blue.
Yes, the highly touted Wolverine
hockey squad will have to wait one
more week before testing its ability
against another school, but the icers
will get a taste of game-type
competition when they play in to-
night's Blue-White intrasquad game.
The icers will play another.
similar scrimmage Saturday in
Chatham, Ontario. The purpose of
playing two games at different sites
is to simulate a home-and-home
series with a CCHA opponent.
Chatham is roughly the same dis-
tance fron Ann Arbor as Bowling
Green and Western Michigan.
These games will be important as
Michigan coach Red Berenson and
his staff make their final evaluations
of players before the season begins.
"We're working on various
fundamentals, such as forechecking
in the neutral zone," Berenson said.
"Our special teams (power plays and
penalty-killing) need a lot of work,
as they do every year."
All eyes will be onhthe men
between the pipes, as the search
continues for a replacement for
Warren Sharples as the starting
goaltender. Junior Tim Keough is
the only returning goalie on the
roster, but both Chris Gordon and
Steve Shields will contend for the
job in their first year.
"One thing I can say for sure is
that we'll have depth in goal,"
Berenson said. "Goalkeeping is
something that we're watching
The scrimmage will also be an
important opportunity for the seven
other first-year players on the squad.
Berenson will be counting on
significant contributions from his
heralded rookie class.
Columbus next for golfers
by Andy De Korte
Daily Sports Writer
In Columbus this weekend the
Michigan women's golf team will
be shooting against a 16-team field
that includes squads from Arizona,
UCLA, New Mexico State, Tulsa,
Kentucky, and Florida. Four of the
other nine competitors are conference
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