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How did Don King lot this happen?
The entire country will have the opportunity to watch Mike Tyson box
on free television November 4. His scheduled fight against Buster
Mathis Jr. will air nationally on the Fox network instead of pay-per-view.
The move marks the first time since 1978, when Muhammed Ali battled
Leon Spinks, that a major heavyweight bout will be televised for free.

Page 13
Friday,
September 15, 1995

THE MATCI
Eagles'
too tou

throwdown Wolentown
* Wolverines set to hunt

HUPS:
task
ugh;

Michigan
favored

By Dawen Eveon
Daily Sorts Editor
Boston College should just leave Big
Ten teams alone. You'd think the Eagles
would have figured that out for them-
selves after losing six of their last seven
against schools from that conference.
However, Boston College appears to
have learned nothing. These Eagles still
havea voracious appetite for competi-
tion, from The Conference that Can't
Cc it - Michigan is the second of
three Big Ten teams on Boston College's
schedule.
The first, Ohio State, soundly spanked
th(eagles, 38-6, in the Kickoff Classic
Ag. 27. That final score surprised some,
but looking at Boston College's recent
history against Big Ten schools, it
shodn't.
run-favoring Buckeyes and Wol-
vepnis, among others, have averaged
al|t 28 points per game against the
E s And though Boston College
mjfg have an easier time with Michi-
gakjate Sept. 30, the Eagles' inability
tognmpete with top-notch Big Ten
teams has been proven time and again.
Michigan rushing offense vs. Bos-
toiCoilege rushing defense:
This is where the Eagles have had
prblems against the Big Ten: Bigger,
sttonger teams shove them out of the
way and proceed to run the ball all day.
That was the case against Ohio State-
See MATCHUPS, Page 15

'physical' Boston College
By Antono.Pitto prepared this year. Hartsell's qualities
Daily Sports Editor are he is a big, tall, strong athlete and
Looking at this year's Boston Col- works as hard as anyone I've had at his
lege schedule you might think that the position."
Eagles were making a case to become Last week against Virginia Tech,
the next school to join the Big Ten. Hartsell connected on 24-of-38 passes.
Besides tomorrow night's matchup for 273 yards and three touchdowns. He
against No. 1I Michigan (6:30 p.m., was named Big East Offensive Player
ESPN), the Eagles have already played of the Week for that effort.
Ohio State and venture to East Lansing Among Hartsell's targets is wide re-
in two weeks to face the Spartans. ceiver Steve Everson, the team's lead-
Boston College also has Notre Dame ing receiver this year. He ranks 14th-
- a perennial Big Ten foe - on the nationally with 106.5 reception yards
schedule. per game.
"We don't have a Big Ten mental- One of the players providing protec-
ity," Boston College coach Dan Henning tion for Hartsell on the offensive line is
said. "We have a Boston College men- preseason All-American offensive
tality. We want to compete against the tackle Pete Kendall. A fourth-year
best. The Big Ten fits into that mental- starter, Kendall (6-foot-5, 290 pounds>,
ity, the Big East fits into that mentality made the All-Big East First Team last
and Notre Dame fits into that mental- year.
ity." "One thing about Boston College is
The Eagles (1-1) hope to get the same that they're really physical up front on
jump on Michigan (3-0) that they got in both sides of the ball," Michigan coach
last year's season-opening contest at Lloyd Carrsaid. "Their offensive lineis
Michigan Stadium. a veteran group and they're a punishing
On the initial play of the game, quar- type of team."
terback Mark Hartsell, in his first career On the other side of the ball, the
start,threw a74-yard pass toGreg Grice Eagles lost only one starter to gradua-
for a touchdown. Boston College even- tion from a defense that set a Big East
tually took a 12-0 lead in the first half record last season with 47 sacks. Bos-
before the Wolverines cane back to ton College has senior nose guard Tim
win 34-26. Morabito, an All-Conference pick last
The Eagles blitzed Michigan for 503 year, up front.
yards in total offense. At the time, it "They're probably the best defensive
marked only the second time in history line we're going to face," offensive
that a Wolverine team had given up tackle Joe Marinaro said. "They've got
more than 500 yards in a game. a great nose guard. They sacked us a
Hartsell put up some impressive stats couple times last year."
in that first outing, passing for 344 Marinaro and his linemates will have
yards and three touchdowns. Henning their hands full trying to keep the Eagles
believes Hartsell has come a long way away from quarterback Scott Dreisbach.
since that game, though. The Wolverines hope to sustain their
"(Hartsell) happens to be more expe- 381 total yards pergame and 26.7 points
rienced now," Henning said. "He was
well preparedlast year and he'll be well See EAGLES, Page 15

MARK FRIEDMAN/Daily
Jason Hom and Rasheed Simmons will help lead the Michigan defensive charge against Boston College this weekend.

Micbigan field hockey drops Stanford as defense shines again

By Mike Levy
For the Daily
The Michigan field hockey team left
the Cardinal seeing red yesterday,
trouncing Stanford, 3-0, at Ocker Field,
Michigan's new outdoor facility.
The win improved the No. 20 Wol-
verines' record to 3-2.
Michigan got on the board just two
minutes into the first half when sopho-
more forward Meredith Weinstein took
a shot from just inside the circle.
The shot was deflected but had plenty
of strength to go in. The tally was as-
sisted by junior defender Bree Derr.
The goal was contested, but after
conferring, the referees awarded the
goal to Michigan.
The Wolverines were happy with the
call, especially since their game with
Syracuse last week was decided by a
questionable goal. Michigan lost that
game, 2-1.
The game marked the third straight
time in which Michigan scored a goal
before the otherteam could muster a shot.
The team continued to dominate, scor-
ing again in the first half on a penalty
corner.
Co-captain Jennifer Lupinski passed
the ball from the sideline to Sherene
Smith, who eventually scored after a
flurry of shots in front of the net. Smith
leads the team with four goals.
By the end of the first half the Wol-
verines had pounded Stanford with 17
shots while allowing only five.
The second half was just like the

was solid and
"V A
wssldimproved by
communicating
more and
switching tebal
across theBfild."
-- Rachael Geisthardt
Michigan goalie
first except Michigan was a little less
dominant.
The third and final goal came with 24
minutes left in the contest, and it again
came on apenalty corner. Aftermissing
on the original shot, Wolverine Carolyn
Schwartz sent a pass across the field to
Lupinski who fired it home.
Michigan's cushion gave coach Patti
Smith a chance to give some freshman
their first playing time.
"They work just as hard as every-
body else and deserve the chance to
play," she said. "This is a game where
you need to be playing during game

time to really gather experience."
The game marked the Wolverines'
first shutout of the season.
Senior goaltender Rachael Geisthardt
was impressive in the net and, when she
came out late in the second half, Amy
Helber helped complete the blanking.
"It feels great to have a shutout,"
Geisthardt said. "The defense was solid
and improved by communicating more
and switching the ball across the field."
In past games the Wolverines had not

played consistently and Smith had hoped
that would change with yesterday's per-
formance.
"In all of our other games we would
play great for about fifty minutes and
then play lackluster for the rest," Smith
said. "In this game we played solid for-
all seventy minutes. It was a total team
effort and everybody played great."
Michigan travels to Temple Satur-
day, beginning a stretch ofseven straight
road games.

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The Michigan field hockey team logged its first shutout of the year yesterday.

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