Order the book, The United States Football League, 1982–1986.
Michigan 21 at Arizona 10
1983 Week 10 - Saturday, May 7, 1983
Michigan Panthers(5-4)(-3.5) at Arizona Wranglers(4-5)
Attendance: 20,423, TV: ESPN
TEMPE,AZ(AP) - The Michigan Panthers, 6-4, remained in the mix in the competitive Central Division with their fifth straight triumph, a 21-10 victory over the Arizona Wranglers at Tempe, Ariz.
Michigan's Whit Taylor, a rookie from Vanderbilt, replaced starter Bobby Hebert, out after complaining of dizziness following a hard hit, in the second half and directed a pair of third-quarter scoring drives. Two of the Michigan touchdowns were set up by long pass plays to wide receiver Anthony Carter and the other came on Taylor's 51-yard bomb to wide receiver Derek Holloway. Taylor completed five of eight passes for 198 yards.
Supplemental information courtesy of Chris Blackburn