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TUESDAY
OCTOBER 10, 2000

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Carr blames self
for second loss
r'ysinger will not return this fall

CHRIS
DUPREY

By Mark Francescutti
Daily Sports Editor
Michigan coach Lloyd Carr furiously
strutted into his media luncheon yester-
day looking more frustrated than he has
all season.
"Winning is about finishing," Carr
said in his opening statement. "What I
@w in the second half (on Saturday), I
don't like. And what I saw is a direct
reflection of the way I coached.
"I don't like that either."
Carr was short with his comments
and even shorter with his answers. But
the coach did have some strong words
and strong emo-
tions about FOOTBALL
Michigan's 32-31
loss to Purdue. Notebook
The coach took
e blame upon himself for the ugly see-
ond-half turnaround - an intense,
skilled first half turned into a laid-back,
conservative second half.
"I don't like the way we played - I
don't like the way I coached," Carr said.
"I don't like anything about it."
Play-calling by offensive coordinator
Stan Parrish seemed to slim from a
diverse playbook to a 3x5 index card in
ie jast 30 minutes.
The Wolverines passed half as much
and to fewer people. Michigan tried to
run the ball to no avail.
Go down the final stats and the
Wolverines' numbers change more
rapidly than teams jumping ship out of
the top 25.
Anthony Thomas in the first half: 13
carries, 115 yards - second half: Eight

carries and only 15 yards.
The Michigan receivers and tight
ends had 15 catches for 139 yards in the
first half. In the second, they had four
catches for 29 yards.
"We've probably never played better
than we did in the first half," Carr said.
"Too bad they only played for two quar-
ters."
The times down on the Michigan
practice field outside Schembechler
Hall this week sure won't be like a
Slip'n Slide on a summer day.
"It's not going to be a fun week," Carr
said. "We've got a lot of work to do, and
a short time to make a lot of corrections
and improvement."
As for what this team must do now,
senior cornerback James Whitley was
mostly at a loss for words. Meanwhile,
wide receiver Marquise Walker flat out
described a lack of effort on the part of
the Wolverines.
"I think we got a lazy on offense and
defense in the second half," Walker
said. "They came out in the second
half and we didn't. We have to now
forget about it; that game is over. We
should have put more points on the
board and our defense could have
stepped up a little more. The whole
team was to blame."
While the mistakes were all-around,
the 22 points Purdue put up on the board
were the fault of a defensive scheme
that put zero pressure on Drew Brees
and allowed easy catches for a total of
321 yards of offense.
Michigan also gave up 179 yards on
the ground in the second half, most on
missed tackles and missed assignments.

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FILE PHOTO
Coach Lloyd Carr said yesterday "I've never had a good loss. If I am ever involved
in a good loss then its time for me to quit."

Need a little chuckle?
Look to East Lansing

"We need to see some intensity (on
defense)," Carr said. "We need to see
some tackling. We need to be able to
stop the run."
Walker said that the "team needs to
come together," even if it's midway
through the season.
"We can still do it," Walker said.
FRYSINGER OUT FOR SEASON: Senior
defensive lineman Jake Frysinger, who
reinjured his right foot early in the
Bowling Green game, will not return
this fall.
"That injury is not healing to the
extent that will enable him to come
back," Carr said.
Frysinger will not have to petition for
a fifth-year of eligibility. Under NCAA
rules, petitioning is required only for the
sixth year.
"This is a tremendous disappoint-
ment for Jake, and yet the good news is
he does have another year of eligibility
that he can use," Carr said. "It's a disap-
pointment for all of us."
The bone in Frysinger's foot is not
broken and won't facilitate surgery
unless it fails to heal down the road.

Quarterback Drew Henson has a sim-
ilar injury, which Carr hopes won't rein-
jure like Frysinger's.
INJURY UPDATE: Carr said "We'll see"
regarding whether or not David Terrell,
Eric Wilson and freshman running back
Chris Perry will play this weekend.
Prior to Carr, Walker said that Terrell
described the injury to him as just a
bruise and that he was 100 percent for
Indiana. Terrell hobbled on the field for
much of the second half.
CLOSE CALLS: For the fourth-straight
game, Michigan's fate came down to the
final few plays. Normally a standout in
tight contests, Carr has found his team
drop two out of the last four.
Last season Michigan was 6-1 when
the game was decided by five or less
points.
FIRE ALARM: The fire alarm contin-
ued to go off during the early morning
hours at the hotel where Michigan slept
on Friday night.
As to whether the annoyance had any
effect, Walker said the fire alarm was
not the cause of their second-half per-
formance on the field.

My mother has always told me
not to delight in other peo-
ple's misfortunes.
Well, sorry Mom. Right now that's
the only thing that can make me feel
better.
The Michigan football team has
squandered a chance to make this
season anything other than just
another year. Midterms have arrived.
The weather is getting much more
brisk. All in all, there's very little to
be excited about right now in Ann
Arbor.
So I'll look north. Whenever I
start to get down about the state of
affairs on this campus, I look at
Michigan State and their football
fortunes. Usually a quick glance at
the standings, along with a bowl of
hot Ramen, makes me feel much bet-
ter.
Lo and behold, the ol' standby has
worked again. In an effort to pull me
out of my doldrums, Michigan State,
after a 3-0 start, is now 3-2 (0-2 in
the conference). The Spartans are
looking up at every team except
Wisconsin, which is 0-3.
Even better, there's a remote
chance that Michigan State will fin-
ish Big Ten play 0-8. Aside from
1994, when the Spartans forfeited all
I I of their games, they have never
finished the Big Ten season without
a win or a tie.
Michigan State's slide began last
week. An easy win at Iowa slipped
away last weekend, dropping the
Spartans to 0-2.

Wisconsin visits Spartan Stadium
this weekend. It's inconceivable that
the Badgers will slip to 0-4. Their
run defense should do a decent job
on T.J. Duckett and that's about all
Michigan State has to offer this sea-
son.
A week from this Saturday, the
Spartans come to Michigan for the
annual rivalry game. Michigan State
hasn't beaten the Wolverines in con-
secutive seasons since 1966 and '67.
And without a passing game to
exploit Michigan's weak defensive
backs, they won't break that streak.
Illinois represents Michigan State's
best chance to get a victory when the
Illini travel to East Lansing on Oct.
28. Still, Illinois can't be dismissed
solely on account of its poor perfor-
mance at Minnesota on Sept. 30.
That's still a team with talent, and
will provide the Spartans a chal-
lenge.
r Michigan State goes to Columbus
to play Ohio State next. Combine
what will be at stake for the
Buckeyes at that point in the season
with their memories of what hap-
pened in Ohio Stadium two years
ago, and Michigan State will need
quite a few breaks to go their way.
The Spartans' most frustrating
opponent, Purdue, then comes to
town. Michigan State has had a horri-
ble time with the Boilermakers since
Joe Tiller arrived. The Spartans blew
a 21-10 lead with just two minutes
left in 1997, losing 22-21. They were
See DUPREY, Page 12

Colgate netminder
never alone on the ice

By Joe Smith
Daily Sports Writer
Junior Colgate netminder Jason
efevre lightly taps the crossbar four
es, kneels down and starts to pray just
before the shootout begins.
One might think that the goalie is just
begging that the pipes that surround him
will help deter the barrage of penalty
shots that the Wolverines will fire.
But to Lefevre, this display is nothing
out of the ordinary - and its meaning
transcends any game he plays or any save
he makes.
His father died suddenly of an
neurism this past spring, on the day
ffore his final exams started.
The man who had introduced him to
the game he loves at the age of two - and
coached him on and off the ice through-
out his entire childhood - was gone.
Colgate coach Don Vaughan was
impressed with how Lefevre handled the
situation and "the way he responded -
the summer that he had having to deal
with that."
This fall, Lefevre had to deal with
other tragedy close to him, as his best
friend's father died suddenly.
"So he's had to go back over all the
emotions again," Vaughan said. "But he's
trying to manage, even though it's some-
thing he definitely won't get over."
Instead of getting down and letting the
tragedy consume his life, Lefevre decid-
ed to make a statement, dedicating this
season in his father's memory.
So every time he takes the ice, he takes
Ae time in between periods to reflect and
ommunicate with his dad, whom he

feels is always there with him.
"I just talk to him," Lefevre said. "I tell
him how things are going and see if he's
going to be there for me. Sometimes he
wants me to let a few goals in just so that
I don't get too confident. It's a comforting
thing to know that he's there with me."
In his first game since his father's death
this past Friday against Michigan, Lefevre
was one of the only reasons Colgate sent
the game to overtime. The Red Raiders'
netminder was constantly under attack, as
Michigan pelted 32 shots at him, includ-
ing eight in the extra session.
His quick glove save on Michigan
winger Scott Matzka's slapshot with just
a minute remaining in overtime kept
Colgate going and forced a five-man
shootout to decide who would play in the
championship game.
Lefevre was "unbelievable," Vaughan
said. "He's been waiting patiently for this
chance and he answered the bell."
See LEFEVRE, Page 14

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