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Page 6--Saturday,'December 6, 1980-ThefMchigan-Ddily

The Michigan Daily-Saturday, DecerT

Frieder anticipates
tight Big Ten race

(MIHANOVIC, Continued from Page 11)

(Continued from Page. 2)
him to make a solid contribution to the
team this year.
S"I know one for sure. With Tim out
there underneath the basket all the
time, we will definitely be getting more
garbage baskets than we have gotten in
around five years.''
Another worry for Frieder is the
competition in the Big Ten, which he

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feels is the strongest conference in the
NCAA.
"WE (THE BIG TEN) play the best
basketball in the country," said
Frieder. "And because of that I think
you're going to see very many close
games. I'll tell you this much, the team
that wins the conference will be the
team that wins all of its home games
and splits on the road. Indiana did it
last season.
"I think another key to success in the
Big Ten is avoiding the long losing
streak. You know you're going to have
them, especially in this conference, but
hopefully you can bounce back. We had
our share last year."
In order to avoid that from happening
this season Frieder will have to get
more consistent performances from his
starting corps. And although Frieder is
mighty happy to land the Michigan job,
he would be even happier to start
making travel plans to one of the sites
of the NCAA regionals.
Conference
sends seven
to NCAA,
NIT events
1980 NCAA TOURNAMENT
First Round
Iowa 86, Virginia Commonwealth 72
Purdue 90, LaSalle 82
Second Round
Iowa 77, North Carolina State 64
Purdue 87, St. John's 72
Indiana 68, Virginia Tech 59
Ohio State 89,Arizona State 75
East Regional
Iowa 88,Syracuse 80
Iowa 81, Georgetown 80
Mideast Regional
Purdue 76, Indiana 69
Purdue 68, Duke 60
West Regional
UCLA 72, Ohio State 68
Semi-Finals
Louisville 80, Iowa 72
UCLA 67, Purdue 62
Finals
Purdue 75, Iowa 58 (consolation)
Louisville 59, UCLA 54 (championship)
1980 NATIONAL
INVITATIONAL
TOURNAMENT.
First Round
MICHIGAN 76, Nebraska 69
Illinois 105, Loyola 87
Minnesota 64, Bowling Green 50
Second-Round
Illinois 75, Illinois State 65
Minnesota 58, Mississippi 56
MICHIGAN 74, Texas-El Paso 65
Third Round
Illinois 65, Murray State 63 .63
Minnesota 94, Southwest Louisiana 73
Virginia 79, MICHIGAN 68
Semi-Finals
Minnesota 65, Illinois 63
Virginia 90, Nevada-Las Vegas 71
Finals
Illinois 84, Nevada-Las Vegas 74
(consolation)
Virginia 58, Minnesota 55
(championship)

McCormick
might find
difficulties
in 1st year,

So those who concede an NCAA berth
based solely on the presence of Tim
McCormick are jumping the gun. But
there are other reasons for that type of
optimism.
Optimism anyway
One is Heuerman, who has im-
proved every year to the point where he
has become a very respectable con-
ference center. Another is the fact that
Garner is a year better and stronger;
his sometimes-brilliant play in 1979-80

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points out t
team's nevi
during an
session.
another st
McGee, wh
scored 170'
the all-timi
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from rec
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was only the beginning for him.
Yet another is the sweet shooting of
Johnny Johnson, who has lost some
weight and should assert himself as one
of the Big Ten's better guards in this,
his senior season. The always-hustling
Bodnar twins, Marty and Mark, return
to the backcourt as well.
And Crisler Arena fans will see the
biggest improvement from a year ago
in th eplay of guard Joe James. James
never displayed the capabilities that
Johnny Orr and Frieder had hoped for
from Ohio's Class AA Player of the
Year in 1979,but some of the disappoin-

tment can be
tainty of a fres
know his rol
tremendous lI
manifest itself
time and a big
and-Blue fortur
And finally,
McCormick, if
play a large r
isn't ridden int
over-optimistic
Ohio State's C
good player thi
in the future.

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