They didn't play in 1972, it was Stanford vs Michigan. Are you talking about 73, 74, 75, and 76?
Art Schlichter, a sophomore, who made the All Big 10 team in 1979.
Greg Hare, a junior.
INT means interception, when a player from the opposite team takes away the ball thrown in midair from the other team.
Yes, an interception occurs when a defensive player catches a ball thrown by the quarterback.
The ball is thrown by a player on one team to a teammate- but is caught by a member of the other team.
No. An interception occurs when a player on the defense catches a ball that the quarterback or another player behind the line of scrimage throws. Since the Runingback is on the offense, any catches he makes is considered a reception, not an interception.
An interception is when the quarterback throws the football, and the wide receiver tries to catch the football, but there's 1 problem. The other guy on the other team catches the football, so you've gotta ask yourself 1 thing: who was in the better position for the ball? Actually it was whoever caught the football, so if the other guy on the other team caught the football, then he was in a better position. Also, that's called an interception.. in football.
If a defensive player catches the football, it is considered an interception and he would run toward the end zone in hopes of scoring a touchdown for his team. Interceptions are one of the most exciting plays in the game of football.
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The term for defensive player catching opposing team's pass is an interception.
University of Michigan. He was a star football player and was voted the team's "most valuable player" in 1934. University of Michigan. He was a star football player and was voted the team's "most valuable player" in 1934.