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Football
vs. Notre Dame
Tomorrow, 1:30 p.m. (NBC-TV)
Notre Dame, Ind.

SPORTS

Cross Country
Wolverine Open
Today, 4:30 p.m.
University of Michigan Golf Course

The Michigan Daily

Friday, September 11, 1992

Page 10

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by Josh Dubow
Daily Football Writer
QUARTERBACK: This is a marquee
matchup between two of the nation's
top quarterbacks. Notre Dame's Rick
Mirer is one of the leading contend-
ers for the Heisman Trophy and may
be the No. 1 pick in April's NFL
Draft.
Mirer is one of the most versatile
quarterbacks in the country. He has a
strong arm and is extremely mobile.
The Irish take advantage of that mo-
bility by mixing in the option and the
bootleg with their normal offense.
However, Mirer is susceptible to
making mistakes as evidenced by his
10 interceptions last year and is not
the most accurate passer.
While Michigan's Elvis Grbac is
not as highly regarded as Mirer by
both scouts and the media, all Grbac
has done at Michigan is put up great
numbers and win. In his two full sea-
sons as a starter, Grbac has led the
Wolverines to a 20-6 record and last
year he led the nation in passing effi-
ciency.
Grbac is not nearly as nimble as
Mirer, nor does he possess the cannon
of an arm that Mirer does. However,
Grbac is one of the most accurate
passers in the nation as he completed
66.7 percent of his passes last year.
Advantage: even
RUNNING BACK: Both teams have a
great running back - Notre Dame
has Jerome Bettis and Michigan fea-
tures Ricky Powers. The difference
is Michigan has two more top backs in
Jesse Johnson and Tyrone
Wheatley.
Bettis is a 6-foot 247 pound full-
back from Detroit who not only car-
ries a big load, also has good speed
and moves for a man his size. Bettis
ran for 972 yards last season and car-
ried for 140 last week against North-
western.
While Powers ran for 1197 yards
last season, he did not solidify the
starting role until after spring prac-
tice. Each of the three backs brings a
distinctstyle ofrunning. Powers beats
the defense with his strength and en-
durance; Johnson hits the hole the
quickest and is the best receiver of the
three, and Wheatley combines power
with speed to provide the big play
threat.
Advantage: Michigan
OFFENSIVE LINE: Notre Dame has
a strong offensive line led by left
guard Aaron Taylor and right tackle
Justin Hall. The line opened numer-
ous holes for the Irish attack last week.
But Michigan has one of the top

opposition's tackles. All-American
candidate Chris Hutchinson anchors
the line in his senior year.
The Wolverines also will get pro-
duction from Buster Stanley, Tony
Henderson and Ninef Aghakhan.
Advantage: Michigan
LINEBACKER: A few weeks ago,
Notre Dame would have received the
edge here led by all-American
Demetrius DuBose. Last season
DuBose led the Irish with 127 tackles.
However, DuBose is serving the sec-
ond game of a two game suspension
for money he received in high school.
In DuBose's place Saturday will
be junior Jim Flannigan. Flannigan
came to Notre Dame amidst a lot
expectations, however he has yet to
fulfill them.
For Michigan, the linebackers are
thin but solid. Marcus Walker and
Steve Morrison both played exten-
sively last season and will anchor the
middle. Martin Davis provides a
speed rusher at his outside spot.
Slight advantage: Michigan
SECONDARY: Northwestern was
able to move the ball effectively
through the air against Notre Dame's
secondary last week. However, the
Irish were playing their first game
under new defensive coordinator Rick
Minter. They will probably work out
many of those kinks by tomorrow.
Michigan's secondary is inexperi-
enced. Corwin Brown is the only
returning starter. Strong safety Shonte
Peoples and cornerback Coleman
Wallace have not lettered while at
Michigan.
Slight advantage: Michigan
SPECIAL TEAMS: Notre Dame's
Craig Hentrich gives the Irish a good
and more experienced kicker and
punter than Michigan. Pete Elezovic
will probably kick for the Wolverines
and Chris Stapleton and Eddie
Azcona will share the punting duties.
Alexander will probably return
kickoffs, and Smith will return punts.
Returning for the Irish will be Miller,
Jeff Burris and Cliff Johnson.
Advantage: Notre Dame

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Notre Dame quarterback Rick Mirer leads the Irish into tomorrow's
showdown with Michigan.

lines in the country. The line is big,
strong and experienced. The Wolver-
ines start four seniors including cen-
ter Steve Everitt and right guard Joe
Cocozzo. Both Cocozzo and Everitt
are preseason all-Big Ten selections
and Everitt is one of the top centers in
the nation.
Advantage: Michigan
WIDE RECEIVER: Notre Dame's top
receiver, Lake Dawson, made his
debut two years ago against Michigan
and caught a tipped pass which sparked
an Irish comeback. Mike Miller, who
transferred to Houston and then trans-
ferred back last season, was thought
of as the next Rocket Ismail. However
Miller has not shown the flashes of
brilliance expected of him when he
arrived.
Michigan lost its top two receivers
from last season but the cupboard is
not bare. Walter Smith is a strong
over-the-middle receiver, and Der-
rick Alexander returns after missing
last season with a knee injury. Sopho-

more Felman Malveaux showed tre-
mendous improvement during the
spring and will start ahead of
Alexander.
One big difference between these
two teams is that the Irish use the tight
end as something other than a sixth
blocker. However, Notre Dame does
have to replace all-American Derrick
Brown who leftlastseason. Irv Smith
(6-4, 246) gets the nod tomorrow for
the Irish and Tony McGee starts for
Michigan.
Slight advantage: Michigan
DEFENSIVE LINE: Tackles Junior
Bryant and Eric Jones anchor Notre
Dame's inexperienced line. They both
played effectively last season but
missed time with injuries.
Right end Devon McDonald pro-
vides a quick outside pass rusher and
had two sacks last week againstNorth-
western.
Michigan's line has a new coach
- Greg Mattison - and will try to
isolate their speed rushers against the

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by Tim Rardin
Daily Sports Writer
Following last year's mediocre
9-9-0 record, the 1992 version of
the Michigan field hockey team
hopes to rebound in its first test
of the season in Philadelphia. The
Wolverines face Villanova today
followed by a match with
William and Mary Sunday.
"Villanova is a real aggressive
team thatsemploys a kind of
kamikaze style," Michigan coach
Patti Smith said. "William and
Mary traditionally has pretty
good athletes, but we're not re-
ally going to know what to ex-
pect from them. We just want to
concentrate on our game."
Michigan's game early in the
season will look to capitalize on a
new-found depth, as nine first-
year players join an experienced
group that lost only two starters
from 1991. The returnees include
the top two scorers from last year
in seniors Katie Thomas (21
points) and Katie Vignevic (13).
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Also awaiting the Wolverines
is a return to the Big Ten after a
three-year absence. Without the
required league minimum of six
teams, field hockey lost its
championship sport status in the
Big Ten in 1989, leaving Mich-
igan, as well as Iowa, North-
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