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The Michigan Daily-Friday, February 1, 1980-Page

73-69 COMEBACK WIN
Blue nips Badgers in OT

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° Feb. 8

By ALAN FANGER
special to the Daily
MADISON-There's no need to bring
out the respirator just yet-the cardiac
kids are still playing with racing hear-
ts, but for the time being, their pulses
have stabilized.
Indeed, as if nobody within sight or
earshot of Big Ten basketball could
believe that Michigan could play its
*urth straight overtime game of the
conference season. The Wolverines did
exactly that last night, squeaking by
Wisconsin, 73-69, before 7,850 stunned
fans in Wisconsin Field House.
AFTER THEY HAD stormed back
from an eight-point deficit early in the
second half and tied the game at 63-63 to
end regulation play, the cages sprinted
to a four-point advantage in the extra
period, then held on to win with some

clutch free throw shooting by Mark
Lozier and Ike Person.
"I sure feel better when I win them,"
said Wolverine coach Johnny Orr after
the game. "These kids battle all the
way."
The win boosts Michigan's record to
4-5 in the Big Ten and 11-7 overall. The
Wolverines now sport a 2-3 record in
overtime contests, as they broke a two-
game string of losses in post-regulation
play.
THIS GAME WAS unique in that the
Wolverines grabbed the lead in over-
time. Mike McGee and Thad Garner hit
short shots to put Michigan ahead, 67-
63, then Wes Matthews popped a short
shot through the twines to make it 67-65.
'As Keith Smith brought the ball
downcourt, he was fouled by Badger
guard Greg Dandridge. Smith made the

pair of free throws, but the tables ap-
peared to turn moments later, when
forward Claude Gregory slammed a
dunk through the hoop, and the Badgers
intercepted the inbounds pass. Web
Matthews drove in for an uncontested

himself from hero into goat. The senior
co-captain slapped Mathews on the
hand as he was driving in for a layup.
But even Matthews, a 90 per cent foul
shooter and probable All-Big Ten selec-
tion, couldn't compose himself under
pressure. His free throw caromed off
the outer rim, where Paul Heuerman
had firmly -planted himself for the
rebound.

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Smith kept matters in suspense by
missing the front end of a one-and-one
with 27 seconds lelft, leaving the
Badgers with at least a chance to tie the
game and force a second overtime.
THEY RAN THE clock down to the
two-second mark before Gregory's
jumper rolled off the rim. Person
scooped the ball in a crowd, then was
fouled by Keith Mitchell, The freshman
forward then hit both of his free throws,
thus icing the victory.

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Badger blues in OT

WISCONSIN
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Big Ten Standings

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Chrnelich .....
Petty ..........
Matthews .....
Gaines ......
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Kreklow ......
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Team Rebounds
Totals .........

39
34
36
41
28
15
9
15
10
5
2

11/23
6/9
3/8
6/10
1/2
0/0
1/2
0/2
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0/0
0/0

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4
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26 McGee ........
13 Garner ...,....
9 Heuerman .....
16 Bodnar, Marty
2 James.......
0 Garris.........
3 Johnson .......
0 Person.......
6 Smith .........
0 Lozier .........
0 Bodnar, Mark .
Team Rebounds
69 Totals........

Min.
30
40
42
29
8
3
36
12
7
16
1

FG/A FT/A #R A PF
7/18 0/6 1 0 0
6/8 2/2 6 4 4
7/10 1/2 9 1 3
2/5 2/2 0 4 2
1/2 0/0 1 0 0
0/0 2/2 1 0 2
4/7 2/2 3 3 2
1/3 2/2 3 0 1
2/2 0/1 0 1 1
0/0 2/2 0 2 2
0/0 -0/0 0 0 0
2
30/55 13/21 15 17 73

Pts.
14
14
15
6
2
2
10
4
4
2
0

leads Blue with 15
layup, tying the game again at 69-69 and
eliciting a roar from the Wisconsin
faithful that nearly brought down the
rafters.
It was at this juncture that the
Wolverines parted company from their
standard overtime character. Lozier
was-fouled by Arnold Gaines: he step-
ped to the line and calmly sank both of
his charity tosses.
LOZIER THEN nearly transformed

Conference

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Purdue
Indiana
Minnesota
Iowa
Illinois
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Wisconsin
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Halftime: Michigan 37, Wisconsin 37
Attendance: 7850

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MSU shocks Buckeyes, 74-54

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From the wire services
EAST LANSING - Jay Vincent
scored 21 and Mike Brkovich 'added 13
last night to lead Michigan State to an
upset 74-54 Big Ten victory over seven-
th-ranked Ohio State.
The win was Michigan State's 14th
straight over the Buckeyes and gives
the Spartans a 4-5 conference record
d 10-8 season mark. The Buckeyes
ropped to 6-3 in the .Big Ten, 14-3
overall.
The loss broke Kelvin Ransey's 80-
game streak of double figure games.
Ransey, playing over a knee injury,
wound up with just.sixpobts.
Ohio State held the lead only once at
Big Ten
Roundup
7:44 of the first half. The Spartans
broke ahead at 14:18 and held on until
the half when the score stood at 31-24.
Michigan State charged out of the
locker room in the second half, out-
'oring Ohio State 8-2 in the first four
inutes
Ohio State was plagued by poor
scoring all night, making only three of
its first 13 shots. Michigan State grab-
bed rebound after rebound and stole the
ball several times from Ohio State.
Herb Williams led the Buckeyes with
13 points while Clark Kellogg had 12.
Terry Donnelly scored 12 for the Spar-
tans with Ron Charles adding nine.
diana 60, Illinois 54
BLOOMINGTON - Indiana's Butch
Carter scored 17 points last night, and,
the 18th-ranked Hoosiers, holding
Illinois scoreless for seven minutes late
in the second half, rallied to a 60-54 Big
Ten Conference basketball victory.
Indiana trailed 50-45 with just over
eight minutes remaining before Glen
Grunwald started a' 10-point Hoosier
string.
arter, a 6-foot-5 senior guard,
brought Indiana within one, then
freshman guard Isiah Thomas hit six
straight points on a basket, two free
throws and a reverse layup to put the
Hoosiers ahead 55-50 with 1:23
remaining.
. Illinois' Reno Gray, a 6-2 senior, then
ended the scoring drought, but the
Hoosiers got five more free throws in
the final minute to insure the victory.
The final score marked the biggest lead
Indiana, which trailed by as many
Ill points in the first half.
Purdue 70, Iowa 56
WEST LAFAYETTE - Junior Keith
Edmonson scored 11 of his 16 points in
the second half and senior center Joe
Barry Carroll had 17 points overall last
night as Purdue topped Iowa 70-56.
The 17th-ranked Boilermakers broke
.the game open in the final five minutes
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starting a surge in which Purdue out-
scored Iowa 20-10, to open their biggest
lead with the final score.
Hallman contributed 13 points to the
victory and Morris finished with 11.
Minnesota 74, N'western 64
EVANSTON-Ironman Kevin
McHale scored 15 first-half points, then
-concentrated on the backboards in a
strong second-half defensive effort last

night to lead Minnesota into a four-way
tie for first place in the Big Ten with a
74-64 win over Northwestern.
Minnesota owns a share of the con-
ference lead with Ohio State, Indiana,
and Purdue, all with 6-3 records.
The Gophers, winning their- 13th
game in 18 contests this season, now
have beaten the Wildcats seven straight
times since 1975. Northwestern, mean-
while, dropped its seventh of nine con-
ference games.

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