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Page 10
Septemnber 27, 1995

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Remember the Michigan
football team?
The only reason I ask is that
it has been a little while since we last
saw the Wolverines. A week and a
half to be exact.
Well, to get you back in the swing
of things before Saturday's contest
against Miami (Ohio), here's a quick
synopsis of what has happened so far:
Michigan is off to its best start
since 1986. The Wolverines are
ailked eighth in the country and have
two impressive
road wins
against Illinois
and Boston
also beat
Virginia in a
game that
RYAN marked the
WHITE biggest
White comeback in
White on the Wolver-
Target ines' history,
and handled
Memphis two
weeks later.
Michigan has also accomplished
something else in its first four games,
something not quite as tangible as the
The Wolverines have answered a
lot of the preseason questions that
were nagging them.
So, without further adieu, here's a
look at what Michigan has shown so
Question No. 1 - Will the
defense be better than last year?
Survey says ... a resounding yes.
Last season, the traditional v
Wolverine "bend but don't break"
philosophy simply broke.
This year it has turned to "bend and
break the opponents' quarterback in
Last year, Michigan allowed its
opponents an average of 5.2 yards per
play. This year, through four games,
that number is down to a mere 3.6.
The Wolverines' defense has also
caused 12 turnovers, many of which
have set up the offense with prime
field position. They have also
recorded 16 sacks; they had only 29
in 12 games last season.
Truth be told, it is the defense that
has keyed Michigan's success at this
point in the season.
Question No. 2 - Will the
secondary be better than it was last
Again, the answer is yes.
The Wolverines' defensive
tlackfield took more heat than anyone
last season because of the big plays
they gave up.
This season there haven't been the
See WHITE, page 12

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Spikers battle rtans, in annual intra-state matchup
By Chris Munpe y stth. Is order to eoinier the Sparans'
DailySports Writer Mihigaoh- eojoyeds aeso idplay game, M chigan a Il look icr a geod
State Pride. frow bst is cansy as..Seat cro i ide semig ige or well iseonoinruiogsgme
Hmm ... Let's think abu sis ii I tiitr Shancon BrownIce rnd senior ofitsofftnseasucessitlcst wegkend.
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ence to a Michigan-Si iian S . in:-triimer ci is the Wo vernes victi setter Lit ec Mrsdoca, who tallipd 58
matchup? rti.s over the Boilermakers cod Wild- ,ssists on a usdaty against Nlorhwest-
Indeed, tonight the M i igs eas i m.
women's volleyball 5ecm i I "'mespetiallyimpressedwihSuzy," "If we're ,bl' to soc g od ofh'nst
against theSparla at h r ee Gio eci aierytime h- ehes srd s uraize thiock and seorJ
(7p.m.)inthecoonulbtc e ih. - r ly hhlevelof play, m suris d some pis iy serv g them tough
The Wolverines will irve b she a sech yet another.' tho swe should he in good shipe,
toughMichiga ttsy o'Don crhs i iiin 'ph- Gs nzra-
can capture state braggin A.so n mrcl level (.551) is the pas ew AoeI ci ol tIe Wolverines'
The victor wilt k n y a i mes adsheswas reecsly imed wt' gsie ic stiti pftene. /itn
the Big Ten standin c Ie he [layer ol lie W . Miehiga iiesa iityt epols
Spartans (2-0 Big Te, 13- vr Mi higii seeds -ontiturd solid per- the importair ol ihis sideou
are tied with Miehigs 1 r - loren i Iit s to keep up sith game catte ilersi i- -
the conference, bi svn at it-his ircra State Es in ei Itsisg Iwo mit ofttr te
teams are looking for ry g h "(Michigan Slate) is very formi- the hpasi n in 1 he WoIWEies
can get. ' i s IThey i s ill is retesi i('hr ip rlo
Going intotomi's i i A a a tar ysre cgoo i ecing i gm p -
Wolverines(2-0, 4 ak - b '1 tely dot ti rev nge as
gamewinnigsreak inrsuins w Wh-ichbiga S ewill show- ss , vn iszi sal "ljusl n
end victories~ove r s a ra a troop blocking seheri aid ihesciur Ivu ry SfMihigac-M ch1
and Northwestem. e eegattcthetear'spoint cor- pat Stat s I r I and alive on
"I think we look very to cia cer 1 ve here log I tie rss . m
Greg Giovanazzi sat V n . its tilte syieroi aMoralesas The risals sil he in all swisg t
some really good play [c : a ohe shold Irs the W Iverins rig i1 s at' [rile tas aything its
everybody on tie sea I I de cis-. with i

MASS RsiEas/ naily
The Wolverines eantlese theIr rIvalry wIts MIchIgan State tonight.
By Susan Dan
Daily Sports Writer
Mike Presley, Adam and Ryan Carriere, Bill Lanspeary and Andy Cosenza
aren't expecting warm welcome tonight whn they and the rest of the Michigan
men's soccer team lake the field againsi Srioolcraft Community College. These
five Wolverines are former Schoolcrat players.
"I tend to get more up [or this game herasse I played there," said Carriere, a
senior. "It's a big rivalsi hecause when 1 played there we beat Michigan and now
I'm on the other end. Its nice to go out and beat your old school."
The Wolverines take with them not only the motivation of a homecoming upset,
but also an insiders' point of view on Schoolcraft's game plan. Schoolcraft plays
a long-ball game, focusirg on the quick transition from defense to offense.
"Basically, they are a really physical team that plays the long ball," sophomore
Eric Frickel said. "They try to beat you coming off the counter-attack."
The Wolverines have spent this week practicing to defend against Schoolcraft's
"We've been preparing for the long ball, making sure that we don't get caught
offguard," Frickel said. "They will letyou come downon them as soon as theywin
the ball in their defensive third. Then, they try to switch up and knock the ball
through as quickly as possile."
The 5-3-2 formation the Wolverines have been working on this season lends
itself to defending a long-ball attack, with more defenders providing depth off the
"We have a strong defense," Carriere said. "With (sophomore) Matt Daily back
there, (the long ball) shouldn't be a problem. We should win all of the headers."
Michigan plans on closing down the Schoolcraft defense to prevent the attack
from starting is the hack.
"We just need to step upon their players right away to cut the passes off," Frickel
Coming off of three weekend victories, the Wolverines are looking to continue
their consistent play.
"We'd like to keep the same style of play that we had against Purdue," Carriere
said. "It's the best we've played all year. The 5-3-2 is really working well. We're
starting to score post. We're finally adapting to (the formation)."
Frickel agrees. "Scloulcraft is always an important game for us, and the rivalry
this season is especially there because of the five former players."

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By John Lerol
Daily Sports Writer
Anyonewhothisksfe. '1 1
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Lansing Sunday.
Michigan (6-2) bitrie 'mc
bruising matchwih Iehit -
2) and pulledoui 4-2 i
fifth-straighit victoy.
Michelle Smulders fossd 5h bar1
the net with just uodes 11 m e
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scored she ist goal aps icsi Geisihsr
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IS minautes 1ef Isn the first half.
Rayna HIscox recorded Miehipa
Slate's sees id g al of the day whe
the game was all bus over for t
Geisihardt finshed with oine save
Miehigan Slaic equaled the Wolve
hoes' shot total of It. The Spartans pm
11 shois on goa while Michigan force
Spartan goalie Therese Lostroscio I
make six -saves,
MihianSttes cappy plyle
the Spastao- weres t whistled for as
penalty strokes.
"It was a rough game with a lotc
body contact," Biagi said. "But ther
If 'hchigan Stt s rough play dmdn'
molimdate the Wolverines, the hom
crowd sf 250 may have.
A horde of Spartan fans yelled
Michigan "Iayers she eotire game.
"There was a lot of jcering from th
crowd," Biags said. "Stuffysu'dexpe<:
to hear at football games."

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