The Michigan Daily
Friday, February 20, 1981
MICHIGAN FALLS TO 7-6 IN BIG TEN
'M' turns over Illini game, 67-64
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Special to the Daily
CHAMPAIGN - The fog covering
southeastern Michigan might have
delayed the Michigan cagers' trip to
Illinois, but it didn't delay the outcome
of the game.
Clutch freethrow shooting down the
stretch allowed Illinois to slide past
Michigan 67-64 before 16,492 fans at
Assembly Hall last night.
The Wolverines, who fell to 7-6 in the
conference, held a 62-58 edge with 1:33
left in the game. But the Fighting Illini,
playing tenacious defense, scrapped
back to score five straight points. A
three-point play by Illinois center
James Griffin allowed the Illini to take
FOLLOWING GRIFFIN's free
throw, the Illini stole Paul Heuerman's
in-bounds pass. Craig Tucker then
stretched the Illini lead to three when
he made both ends of a one-and-one af-
ter being fouled by Johnny Johnson. Af-
ter Michigan failed to score on the next
trip down the court, Illinois' Perry
Range missed the front end of his one-
and-one, giving Michigan the ball with
40 seconds left.
Mike McGee was then fouled by
Illinois' Derek Holcomb, and he
responded with two successful free
throws, pulling the Wolverines back to
within one. McGee then stole the in-
bounds pass, but failed to capitalize on
the opportunity to put his team back on
top as he was called for travelling - a
frequent problem for the 6-5 senior.
That allowed the Illini to hold on to the
three-point lead, raising them to 9-4 in
the Big Ten.
"I HAVE NO qualms at all about my
players," said Michigan coach Bill
Frieder. "We did make some crucial
mistakes in the end, but we can't play
much better than that. You have to give
Illinois' defense a little credit. They're
all damn good players no matter what
anyone says in the papers."
Frieder was upset by a story ap-
pearing in yesterday's editions of the
Champaign-Urbana News Gazette,
criticizing him for heaping excessive
praise on the Illini. "I don't like reading
in the papers that I praise them too
much," said Frieder. "They're a damn
The game was close throughout the
first half as Michigan went into the
dressing room at half time carrying a
33-29 lead. The game remained close
throughout most of the second half as
the teams exchanged leads several
times before the Illini finally pulled
away. "This was a super game to win,"
said Illini coach Lou Henson. "I thought
the key to winning was our defense.
They (Michigan) are a bunch of great
shooters. It's hard to beat them when
you get down."
The loss is the third straight for the
Wolverines, and puts them three games
behind the league-leading Iowa
Hawkeyes. McGee led the Wolverines
as usual with 24 points and Johnny
Johnson added 15 in a losing cause.
Illinois was led by senior forward Eddie
Johnson, who tallied 18 points.
The Blue cagers can take some com-
fort in the fact that the last place Nor-
thwestern Wildcats will be visiting
Crisler Arena for a Saturday contest.
Johnson ........... 38
Harper ............ 38
Range ............. 27
Griffin ............ 25
Totals ............. 200
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8/16 2/2 8
4/7 2/4 4
2/6 0/0 6
6/9 0/0 3
1/4 4/5 6
2/6 2/2 1
5/7 1/1 2
20/55 11/14 37
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Totals ............ 200 22/55 20/25
Halftime: Michigan 33, Illinois 29
Attendance: 16,492 (sellout)
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By JON MORELAND task should be made a little easier by
Special to the Daily tomorrow's opponent.
IAMPAIGN - It's as if the nine THE LOWLY Northwestern Wildcats
ference opponents didn't make Bill should provide the last soft spot on the
eder's job tough enough. The first- Wolverines' schedule during the stretch
r Michigan basketball coach knew drive. After that game, Michigan will
had his work cut out for him in his travel to Iowa and Indiana next
st to lead his team into the first weekend before returning home to face
sion of the Big Ten. But Frieder and Minnesota and Purdue in the final week
team are running into problems of the season.
never expected before the season If the Wolverines (currently 7-6 in the
an. conference) could somehow manage to
are they were counting on a tough win four out of the five remaining
t last night here against the games, they would finish 11-7, and be
kting Illini, but the circumstances of virtually guaranteed of an NCAA tour-
battle couldn't have been any less nament bid. Three wins in the last five
rable for the Wolverines. games would leave the cagers' tour-
ichigan encountered an opponent it nament hopes at the mercy of the
d not have possibly prepared for - NCAA selection committee. Anything
less than three wins in the remainder of
)ur kids spent ten hours in airports the regular season will leave the
last two days," said Frieder. "We Wolverines with an NIT bid.
in three-and-a-half hours before EVEN WITH THESE facts in mind,
e time." Frieder still couldn't concentrate com-
RIEDER WAS particularly incen- pletely on his upcoming -opponents. "I
by actions of a local -television just hope we can make it back to Ann
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(Coach Lou) Henson were very
It was a hectic two days for the weary
basketball team which was originally
scheduled to arrive here a day earlier.
Those plans were scrapped, however,
-when the team spent four futile hours
.trying to escape the Detroit fog Weden-
When the situation looked no better
yesterday, his team decided to look for
lan alternative departure point. "We
finally chartered a flight out of Lan-
sing, and took the hour and forty minute
bus ride up there. We could have easily
gotten this game post oned "
The team which now finds itself in a
three-way tie for fifth place must forget
about this game and begin concen-
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Minnesota 82, Ohio State 76
Michigan State 74, Wisconsin 64
Purdue 82, Northwestern 69
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