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Page 12-The Michigan Daily- Friday, November 2,1990

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PURDUE
Continued from page 1
Purdue's hopes rest in the arm of
the "great athlete," quarterback
Eric Hunter.
Last year, after most of the
crowd had left Michigan Stadium,
Hunter razzled and dazzled the
Michigan defense in a 42-27 de-
feat. Hunter threw for 344 yards,
as Purdue scored 20 fourth quarter
points.
"This guy is such a great ath-
lete he can cause problems and if
they play a good defensive game,
you could be in for a long after-
noon," Moeller said.
Michigan will then counter
with the best defense: long offen-

sive drives. "I'd like to take the
ball and keep it away from them,"
Mo added.
After sitting out a week be-
cause of a slightly separated
shoulder, Hunter came off the
bench last Saturday against
Michigan State in the second half
to complete 18 of 28 passes for
231 yards. two touchdowns, and
two interceptions. On the year,
Hunter has thrown for 1,376
yards.
"It looks like Eric Hunter has
regained his rhythm with accurate
passing and being alert," Akers
said. "When he's on like that, we
can put points on the board. We
have something to look forward

to."

What exactly does he do? "He
goes against all the principles of
football and is successful,"
Moeller said. Hunter is known for
rolling out, running some, stop-
ping, and then heaving the ball
across the grain to the other side
of the field.
With such an electric spark,
Michigan does not want to get in
a scoring game that would make
Paul Westhead's Denver Nuggets
or old Loyola Marymount team
proud. Moeller equated Purdue's
offense as the equivalent of the
Run and Shoot.
The problem is, while Hunter

may provide the Shoot, no one
has provided the Run. The Boil-
ermakers are averaging an anemic
1.6 yards per carry on the ground.
Their top ground gainer, Anthony
Vinson, only has 198 rushing
yards on the season. Jon Vaughn
leads the Wolverines with 1,011.
With inside linebacker and co-
captain John Milligan returning to
the lineup after being sidelined
with a broken foot, Michigan's de-
fense is finally regaining its old
personnel.
But beware: as the defense fat-
tens up, Hunter will try to cook
the Wolverines' goose.

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Michigan safety Tripp Welborne returns a long punt in the Wolverines'
45-19 rout of Indiana last Saturday. Welborne leads an inspired defense
into West Lafayette to face Purdue tomorrow afternoon.

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TURF
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get," Weidenbach said. "Cost is
not considered an issue. Our
coaches believe grass is easier on
the players, that they can recover
from injuries much faster."
Weidenbach was quick to point
out that there is conflicting evi-
dence regarding which surface is
safer.
Pending the approval of the
Regents, Michigan will become
the third Big Ten school in the
last two years to revert to natural
grass. Iowa and Ohio State have
recently made the change, and both
schools installed the Prescription
Athletic Turf. The system has also
been implemented in Soldier

Field, the home stadium of the
Chicago Bears.
Weidenbach said that no other
forms of natural turf were consid-
ered.
"This is the system with the
track record," he said. "We
wouldn't want to take a chance on
another system."
Additional renovations to the
stadium were also discussed at the
meeting. Repairs to the east side
of the stadium are at the forefront
of the plans, which are far from
their final stage. The east side
consists of suspended concrete
slab, which Weidenbach likened to
that of a parking structure. Al-
though there are are no current
structural problems, the slabs are
due to be replaced by 1993.

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