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14 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 29, 1995

Continued from page 10
create time for themselves in the
pocket to throw. Michigan's line is
simply so dominant that the protec-
tion normally provided by an offen-
sive line is moot.
Mobile quarterbacks such as Illi-
nois' Johnny Johnson weren't able to
free themselves up to throw against
Michigan, and it would be hard to
believe that the less-elusive Ricketts
can find his receivers down field. He
has scrambled for 43 yards this sea-
It's not often that a team's defen-
sive line overshadows the secondary
in its ability to stop the passing game,
but that's been the case this year for
Michigan and will continue to be this
Advantage: Michigan
Special teams: Miami punter Ja-
son Cheney better have a bionic leg
- he'll be booting more balls Satur-

day than the Djibouti national soccer
team. Thankfully, he has a 42.2 yard
punting average, which will be cru-
cial in keeping Michigan's running
attack pinned deep in its own end of
the field.
The news is less encouraging for
Miami's field goal kicker, Chad Seitz,
who has converted only seven of his
13 attempts.
Nate DeLong and Paul Peristeris
have handled Michigan's punting du-
ties with slightly more distinction than
last year's performances. Placekicker
Remy Hamilton is one of the nation's
Advantage: Michigan
Overall: Once Michigan gets its
running game going, the game may
crumble into a laugher. Even if the
Wolverines fail to click on offense,
it's hard to conceive Miami making
much of a dent on the scoreboard.
Something along the lines of
Michigan's 24-7 victory over Mem-
phis sounds about right.
Prediction: Michigan 34, Miami 10.

Continued from page 10
As for the Miami defense, itis geared
heavily to stop the run. Miami has al-
lowed only 2.2 yards per carry and has
given up just one rushing touchdown
on the season.
Carr had been hoping Dreisbach
would have his best game yet as a
Wolverine throwing against Miami.
Now Griese will have to step up in his
first game.
The Wolverines do feel they will be
able to pass against Miami, though.
"In my view, that kind of defense is
overcommitted to the run," said Carr of
Miami's scheme. "We need to make
them be more honest and if we can
throw the ball we will."
In spite of Dreisbach's injury, Carr
doesn't plan on simplifying the offense
to help out Griese.
"He is a very intelligent kid who has
a strong grasp of what we're trying to
do," Carr said. "I always thought Brian
would be a good quarterback. The only
thing he lacks is experience."
Experience he will begin getting Sat-

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