Page 10-The Michigan Daily- Thursday, March 26,1992
Continued from page 8
Despite McThomas' shift, Mich-
igan's outside linebacking corps
remains thin. Last year, Moeller,
relied on two seniors and one junior,
Davis returned to practice Tues-
day after missing Monday with a
slight injury, but Moeller realizes he
still has personnel problems at that
"Right now, we're playing three
outside linebackers (Davis, Mc-
Thomas and Matt Dyson)," Moeller
said. "That's scary. We get two in-
juries, and we're down to one, or
looking at freshmen."
One member of the incoming re-
cruiting class who may have to step
in under this scenario is outside
linebacker Shawn Collins from Pat-
erson, NJ. Collins was rated the top
prep linebacker in the country, and
most experts felt he would be ready
to contribute right away.
"I always want (linebacker) to be
the dominant position for us,"
Moeller said. "That should be the
highlight of our defense. They
should be noticed - you should
notice them in the game. If not,
you're doing something wrong."
Special teams are also an area of
great concern. With placekicker J.D.
Carlson graduating and kick-returner
Howard departing, a lot of questions
remain. Moeller said no one has
stepped up to take the kicking job,
and the team hasn't been able to
work on punting or returning while
But despite the problems at other
positions, Moeller has been thrilled
with incumbent quarterback Elvis
Grbac's development, and thinks he
has put the Rose Bowl debacle be-
"Is he moping around and all
that? No. Is he concerned? We all
think about it, and I do, too,"
Moeller said. "I would be worried if
they didn't. But do I see anything
(that would show he is not putting it
behind him)? No.
"Grbac's demonstrating excep-
tional leadership right now. He's
really into spring football," he
added. "He's just got to get a better
feel for the game. I think he's gonna
have a good year, he's working
Howard selected California-
based attorney Leigh Steinberg to
represent him. David Falk of Pro-
Serv will handle all licensing matters
track starts outdoor season
by Bruce Inosencio
Daily Sports Writer
Michigan opens its outdoor track
season this Saturday as the Big Ten
goes head-to-head with the Pac Ten
at the Stanford University Track
The trip to Palo Alto will find
Michigan teaming up with Michigan
State, Ohio State, Indiana, Purdue
and Wisconsin to represent the Big
The Wolverines will field only
nine athletes, seven of whom will be
competing in field events. In the
pole vault, All-American Brad Darr
leads his teammates, Mike Carson
and Toby VanPelt, into what could
prove to be a meet of redemption.
The Michigan vaulters were ex-
pected to dominate the Big Ten
Championships in East Lansing,
Feb. 29, but all three failed to clear
their respective opening heights.
Darr quickly rebounded and
gained All-American honors by
placing sixth at the NCAA Cham-
pionships in Indianapolis two weeks
Newcomer Stan Johanning will
be throwing for a new school record
in the javelin, and coach Jack
Harvey is confident Johanning, from
will compete in the 1500 meter run,
and Aaron Grzymkowski will team
up with Pufdue's Darin Wilcoxson,
along with MSU's Rich Gledhill and
Chris Brown in the 4 x 800 relay.
Michigan is unsure about how
this amalgamated Big Ten squad
'We haven't faced any Pac Ten schools and it's
our first time outdoors ... (but) the guys are in
good shape and hopefully they'll pick up right
where they left off in the indoor season.'
- Jack Harvey
Michigan track coach
Baldwin, Kansas, will meet expecta-
"Johanning had the 14th best
throw in high school last year and
his best throw is 214 feet," Harvey
said. "He's been around 200 in prac-
tice and the current school record is
196 feet. He'll probably pass that
In running events, Joe McKown
will fare against the western schools,
but the Pac Ten will undoubtedly
field several strong athletes.
"We haven't faced any Pac Ten
schools and it's our first time out-
doors so we really don't know what
to expect," Harvey said. "The guys
are in good shape and hopefully
they'll pick up right where they left
off in the indoor season."
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