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Tailbacks

Patient: Running back Chris Perry
Donor: Fullback B.J. Askew
Coach Lloyd Carr's diagnosis: "If there
is a more valuable player, I don't know
who it is."
Dr. Ross' Prognosis: Perry will contin-
ue to see plenty of
action, but Askew
will be the featured
back in the offense.
Against Minnesota
and Michigan State
Askew went off, rush-
ring past the century
mark and scoring two
touchdowns in each game. Once Perry
returns to 100 percent, Askew will
return to fullback. Of course, Askew
prefers tailback.

Room 2: Defensive backs
Patients: Safeties Cato June and
Julius Curry; cornerback Zia Combs
Donors: Safeties Jon Shaw and Ernest
Shazor; cornerback Jeremy LeSueur,4
respectively
Carr's diagnosis: "The only thing I
know is that when (June) left the
field, he was conscious and was mov-
ing all his extremities."
Dr. Goose's Prognosis: Shaw has
stepped up huge, and
fans are excited by
Shazor's playmaking abil-
ities. LeSueur hasa
improved remarkably
with his opportunies in
replacing Combs at cor-
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Room 3: Lineback

Patient: Linebacker Zach Kaufman
Donor: Linebacker Joey Sarantos
Carr's diagnosis: "We lost Zach
Kaufman for the season."
Dr. Carter's Prognosis: Sarantos, a
redshirt freshman
who nearly quit the
team before the sea-
son began, jumped
into the mix against
Minnesota and
recorded seven tack-
els and an intercep-
Dr. John Carter tion. With Kaufman
out for the season,
Sarantos will have to energize a line-
backer corps that has been off and
on all season. Diggs will also be
expected to shoulder some of the
remaing load.

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As the featured back, B.J. Askew has two 100-yard games.

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Michigan has suffered from a number of injuries this season, but each time, a player has stepped up his game as a r
injuries catch up to the Wolverines in the coming weeks? It is tough to tell right now, but the outlook is good. Agaii
Minnesota, unsung heroes emerged to make their presence felt. Should this continue, the Wolverine are in good sha

eplacement. But will these
nst Michigan State and
ipe to end the season.

Room 4: Offensive Linemen

Patient: Offensive tackle Adam
Stenavich
Donors: Offensive tackles Courtney
Morgan and Tony Pape
Coach Terry Malone's diagnosis: "I
think (Stenavich) will be at 100 per-
cent this week."
Dr. Benton's Prognosis: Morgan strug-
gled against Iowa, but
stepped up his game
against Michigan State
and Minnesota. Pape
took over for Morgan
at left tackle after Iowa
and has been a force.
Pape will likely move
back to right tackle
Dr. Peter Benton now that Stenavic h is
planning on making his
return to the lineup for Wisconsin.

Waiting room
Patient: Fullback Sean Sanderson,
defensive lineman Alain Kashama,
safety Ernest Shazor, running back
Tim Bracken
Donors: Still active; playing hurt
Coach Lloyd Carr's diagnosis: "We're
not a very healthy football team right
now.
R.N. Hathaway's Prognosis:
Preliminary indica-
tions are that every
player will continue
to play andr
attempt to heal
between games.
Part of the game
a of football is play-
Registered Nurse Hathaway ing through pain
and each player should be commend- DANNYMOLOSHOK/Daily
e d for goi ng on t he field. Fullback Sean Sanderson was healthy in the spring game.

Doctors' headshots courtesy o
Room 5: Defensive Li
Patient: Defensive linemen Shantee
Orr and Norman Heuer
Donor: Defensive lineman Grant
Bowman
Coach Lloyd Carr's diagnosis: Orr and
Heuer "bring heart, experience and
leadership to our team."
Dr. Lewis' Prognosis: In the starting
role in place of
Heuer, Bowman has
flourished. He
±Y notched three sacks
in Michigan's thrilling
27-24 win over Penn
State. Now that Orr
and Heuer have
Duereturned to the field,
the Wolverines' line
is as strong as it has been all season,
as seen against the Gophers last week. Defensive lineman Grant Bow

Courtesy of the Michigan Athletic Department
Offensive lineman Adam Stenavich Is expected back this week.

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