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Anderson leads team in

more than tackles

Last season, linebacker Erick
Anderson made history. This year,
he's striving for immortality.
Anderson is entering his senior
season as the leading tackler in
each of his first three seasons,
making him the first Wolverine in
history to lead the team in tackling
for three consecutive years.
Michigan coach Gary Moeller
is counting on the first-team all-
Big Ten linebacker to lead the
defense, despite a sidelining
injury last spring.
"Erick's been out of football
since last fall," Moeller said. "He
missed spring practice with a
shoulder injury, but that shoulder
seems to be in much better shape
now than it was most of last
season. He has got to be a domi-
nating linebacker for us."
Anderson, the defensive
captain, will be the key to what

Moeller anticipates will be a more
aggressive defense.
"I want the tackling to be
sharper, more people to the ball
and that kind of thing," Moeller
said. "We didn't tackle well last
year, particularly early in the
, To get more people to the ball,
MIoeller may blitz the opposition
more frequently, a risky plan that
could help his young secondary by
pressuring the quarterback more.
However, the Wolverine coach is
quick to caution against being
overly reckless.
"We've got to eliminate our
mistakes," he said. "When you get
guys who are more comfortable
and you eliminate mistakes, you're
more free-wheeling. It's like with
anything else, if you can attack
something and you feel more
comfortable, then you can really

by Matt Rennie
get after it. If you're feeling your
way through it, then you're
wondering 'Do I do this or do I do
Anderson will have to assume a
leadership role, with an inexperi-
enced counterpart at inside
linebacker. Sophomore Steve
Morrison will likely be the starter,
and fellow sophomore Nate
Holdren will also see action.
An injury to junior Dave
Dobreff dealt a serious blow to the
depth at the inside slots. Dobreff,
who would have played exten-
sively as Morrison's backup, tore
cartilage in his knee during fall
practice and will be sidelined for
at least three more weeks.
The Wolverines may find more
stability than in the past at outside
linebacker, where Neil Simpson
and Martin Davis return. Matt
Dyson has also been impressive
- early and may warrant playing
"We'll have a little more
maturity there," Moeller said.
"We have never really settled on
anybody at that position in the

Big Te
1. Goal post uprights are 18
feet, six inches, inside to inside.
(Formerly 23 feet, four inches.)
2. Rib pads and back
protectors shall be totally
3. If a tie breaking system is
used, captains may select offense,
defense or end of field. The defense
is now permitted to score during
such extra periods. The Big Ten
will not use tie-breakers.
4. Fourth-down fumbles, prior
to a change of team possession,
may be recovered and advanced
only by thefumbling player. The
defense may advance any ball
fumbled beyond the neutral zone
on any down.
5. Following a free kick out-of-
bounds, untouched by the
receiving team, the receiving
team has three options:
A. Accept the ball at the in-
bounds spot.
B. Another free kick
following a five-yard penalty
from the previous spot.
C. Accept the ball at the in-
bounds spot 30 yards from the
kicking team's restraining line.
6. After the ball is ready for
play and before the snap, each
substitute of team A (offense)
shall have been between the nine
yard marks.
7. Clipping behind the neutral
zone by the offensive team will
be penalized from the spot of the
foul. Previously in 1990,
penalized from the previous spot.
8. Spiking the ball remains
illegal. Delayed acts of a
choreographed, rehearsed nature
that incite players and/or
spectators are illegal. Acts
determined to be demeaning to the
image of the game will be
9. Holding and illegal use of the
hands behind the neutral zone by
the offensive team will be
penalized from the spot of the
foul. Previously in 1990,
penalized from the previous spot.
10. Split officiating crews are
prohibited in 1992.
11. Microphones on referees are
recommended. The Big Ten began
this in 1990.
12. The "guard-around" play,
i.e. "fumblerooski" is permissible
only if the referee is notified prior
to the snap.
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