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The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - October 12, 1992- Page 7

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Rushing
Player Att Yds Avg Lg
Duckett 19 85 4.5 28
Thomas 2 10 5.0 7
Miller 5 -29 -5.8 2
B. Johnson 1 -6 -6.0 0
Totals 27 60 2.2 28
Passing
Player C-A Yds TD 1nt
Miller 19-28 177 1 1
B. Johnson 2-2 53 0 0
Totals 21-30 230 1 1
Receiving
Player No Yds Avg TD
Lyons 12 119 9.9 0
Coleman 3 45 15.0 1
M'Farland 2 17 8.5 0
Muh'mm'd 1 20 20.0 0
Outlaw 1 12 12.0 0
Rollin 1 9 9.0 0
Duckett 1 8 8.0 0
Totals 21 230 10.9 1
Punting
Player No Yds Avg La
Salani 8 244 30.5 38
Punt Returns
Player No Yds Avg L9

Dedication?!?
Architecture senior Sean Lindblade shows his support for Michigan in a
most unusual way during Saturday's game against Michigan State. The
crowd of 106,788 that saw the Wolverines beat their intrastate rivals was
the largest in NCAA history.

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game of the year. Hopefully we've
gained some momentum and can
finish out the season with another
Big Ten title."
McGee said he was grabbed by
the face mask and was struggling to
get out when the pushing and shov-
ing started. As it turned out, he had
not been ejected - only assessed a
personal foul. And when he got back
in there he was even more excited,
he said, going after blocks with
added aggression.
"Some teams do as they have to
do to try to win," McGee said. "But
that's not the way we play - we
have a different coach and a differ-
ent program. Maybe that's the way
they play. A good team has to be
able to overcome those tactics."
The Wolverines became very
familiar with one of State's ploys
early in the second quarter. On a
second-and-goal from the one,
Michigan jumped offside and was
penalized five yards. One of the
Spartans had called out Michigan's
cadence. Quarterback Elvis Grbac
was not amused.
"I think that's cheap. For a team
to do that, that's saying they can't
play us man-to-man," Grbac said. "I
just lost respect for them."
Leave it to the fifth-year senior to
make good copy. Grbac was by far
the most vocal Wolverine following
the game. He acknowledged his bra-

gadocio was largely due to the fact
he would never have to face the
Spartans again, but his words prob-
ably represented the true feelings of
the team.
"We wanted to come back and
destroy them, rip them apart," he
said. "We don't like Michigan State,
they don't like us. We hate each
other's guts. We just wanted to go
out and try to beat them up as much
as possible."
The Wolverines did that in the
first half, opening up a 28-0 lead be-
fore the first Spartan score. But
Michigan could not deliver the
knockout blow in the second half.
Wheatley eventually punched in a
fifth touchdown for the final margin,
but it was barely enough to satisfy
the out-for-blood Grbac, who
thought the Wolverines went a little
easy on Michigan State.
"I'm very disappointed. I think
we should have scored a lot more
points on them," he said. "But that
score at the end was icing on the
cake."
Defensive lineman Chris Hutch-
inson was more diplomatic, even
with four stitches on his chin. He
said there was much less talking in
this year's game, largely because of
the absence of Duane Young, a for-
mer Spartan tight end notorious for
his verbal attacks.
The senior had a big game, with
two sacks among his five tackles,
but he appears to have mellowed in
his old age.
"I really wouldn't want to beat
them real bad," he said. "But it
would have been nice to cover the
spread."
There's always next week.

Kickoff Returns
Player No Yds Avg Lg
Holman 3 56 18.7 20
S. Greene 3 62 20.7 22
Total 6 118 19.6 22
Defense
Player Tac Ast Tot
Hammonds 7 5 12
Hallock 8 1 9'
Waslyk 8 1 9
Manson 8 0 8
Fredrickson 6 2 8
A. Jackson 5 1 6
Christensen 5 0 5
Bell 4 1 5
Glover 4 0 4°
McBride 2 0 2
Callender 2 0 2
Person 1 1 2
Boron 1 0 1
Edwards 1 0 1
Grabowski 1 0 1
Harvey 1 0 1
Ivey 1 0 1

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Michigan's Chris Hutchinson sacks MSU quarterback Jim Miller in the first quarter Saturday afternoon.

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