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Page 12-Friday, January 21, 1983-The Michigan Daily
Campbell paces Buckeyes with 23

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hoops midway through the first half.
"WE GOT to run a little more
tonight," said the 5-11 guard who tallied
16 points. "The big men did a great job
getting the ball out and running down
court."
However, the Wolverines tall timber
answered back late in the first half.
Roy Tarpley and Richard Rellford led a
six-point surge to close the gap to 38-33
at intermission.
Michigan picked right up where it left
off in the second half and quickly jum-
ped out to a 46-41 advantage.
THAT IS WHEN Buckeye coach
Eldon Miller called time-out and his
squad responded like it was shot right
out of the blocks.
"After the time out we played well,"
said Miller. "Our kids really pulled
together and from a team standpoint
that was the most critical point of the
game.''
It certainly was as Ohio State's tran-
sition game helped them to a 19-6 spurt
over the next six minutes, widening the
lead to 60-52.
"WE TRY TO run' all the time, but
the fast break comes only through great
defense," said Miller.
Eric Turner, who scored a team-high
20, points and added seven assists
despite being closely guarded all night,
concurred.
"They did a lot of things right in their.
transition game," said Turner. "The
key was they played tight defense."

IN THE LATE stages of the contest,
the tough defense on both sides resulted
in the game disintegrating into a free
throw shooting contest. The Buckeyes
sealed up the game by connecting on 13
of 15 free throws to raise their Big Ten
record to 2-2 and their overall mark to
10-4.
The loss, however, was not a total
disappointment for Frieder, who saw
his Wolverines gain another valuable
lesson despite having their mark fall to
2-3 in conference play and 11-4 overall.
"I thought my team played okay,"
said the third year coach. "We really
can't play much better to be honest with
you. We made the free throws and got
the rebounds we needed in the second
half. If we play like that we're going to
improve."
THE WOLVERINES, WHO are the
nation's leading rebounding team, did
manage to keep their streak alive and
outrebound their opponents,32-29.
Turner agreed with his coach's
assessment and was optimistic about
the future of the young team. "We're
improving all the time and I still think
we can beat Indiana down there on
Saturday."
And if the Wolverines are able to pull
that off, they will be teaching Bobby
Knight more than a few things down at
Bloomington.

AP Photo
Michigan's Tim McCormick has a rebound taken away from him by Ohio
State's Keith Wesson in last night's game at Columbus, won by the Buckeyes
75-68. McCormick turned in a 16-point performance before fouling out late in
the game. The Wolverines' next opponent will be the second-ranked Indiana
Hoosiers tomorrow at Bloomington.
Indiana survives late

Michigan Buck-les

MICHIGAN

Mn
Wade..............17

Rellford...........
McCormick.......,.
Rockymore........
Turner..........
Person..........
Jokisch.........
Tarpley .........
Pelekoudas........
Henderson........
Team Rebounds....
TOTAL............

26
31
33
40
7
6
5
11
24

FG/AFT/A R
2/6 0/0 7
2/S 0/0 5
6/10 4/6 6
8/11 0/0 2
8/20 4/4 2
0/3 0/0 I
1/1 0/0 1
~2/4 2/2 2
0/0 0/0 1
2/1 0/0 3
2
29/61 10/12 32

A
0
0
2
7
0
0
1
1

PF Pts
3 4
2 4
5 16
3 16
4 20
0 0
0 0
06
0 0
2 0

01110 STATE
MinFG/A FT/A R
Tony Campbell.... 40 9/16 5/6 8
Larry Huggins.. 35 4/8 4/4 2
Ron Stokes........ 23 1/3 2/3 4
Troy Taylor....... 23 5/9 6/7 1
Granville Waiters . 28 3/8 1/2 4
Joe Concheck...... 15 2/4 0/0 2
Mitch Haas ........ 5 0/0 0/0 1.1
Dave Jones ........ 5 1/1 0/0 0
ClintonSmith. 14 1/2 0/0 2
Keith Wesson...12 1/2 2/4 2
Team Rebounds ... 3
Total............... 27/53 20/26 29

4 3
2 1
2 1
1 3
0 2
0 0
1 0
1 0
30
0,
14 13

23
13
4
16
7
4
0
2
2
4
75

A PF Pts.

13 19 68

Three-point field goals: OSU - Huggins (1)
Half-time score OSU 38. Mich. 33
Attendance ... 12.304

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MSU rally,
BLOOMINGTON (UPI) - Ted Kit-
chel scored 32 points and Randy Wit-
tman added 22 to lead No. 2 Indiana to
an 89-85 Big Ten victory over Michigan
State last night.
The decision lifted the Hoosiers to 13-'
1 for the season and 3-1 in the Big Ten.
Michigan State dropped to 9-6 overall
and 2-3 in the conference.
INDIANA NEVER trailed in the
game and had several big leads in both
halves, but the Spartans kept coming
back, led by guard Sam Vincent who
finished with 29 points.
The Hoosiers were up by 10 at half-
time, 47-37, but Michigan State cut that
to six, 49-43, in the first two minutes of
the second half. The Spartans got
within five points several times early in
the second period but Indiana reboun-
ded to open up a 17-point lead, 74-57, on
a basket by Wittman with about eight
minutes to go.
Michigan State scored the next four
baskets to cut the lead to nine at 74-65.
Following a basket by Kitchel that
put Indiana ahead, 76-56, the Hoosiers
hit nothing but free throws to the end of
the game.,
The Spartans closed to within four
points, 87-83, on a three-point basket by
Vincent.
Jim Thomas added 18 points to the
Indiana effort, including eight straight
free throws in the second half. Kevin
Willis had 19 points for Michigan State
before fouling out in the last minute.
AFTER THE GAME, Michigan State
head coach Jud Heathcote spoke of the
outside shooting of Kitchel and Wit-
tman, who each had a pair of three-

8 9=85
point goals in the game's first six
minutes.
"They're not automatic baskets, but
they're close to it. I don't like the three-
point play. I thought I would and that's
why I voted for it."
Indiana led by as much as 16 points in
the first half and 17 points in the second
but the Spartans kept fighting back
Heathcote said the Hoosiers may have,
let up a bit after getting those leads.
"MAYBE THEY weren't quite as in-
tense as they usually are," said Heath-
cote. "Maybe they let up a bit, but we
never could get over the hump."
Indiana coach Bobby Knight said it
wasn't intensity that was missing from
his team.
"Michigan State beat us all night in
terms of alertness," said Knight. "This
was the least alert my team has eve4
been since I've ever coached. Alertness
is knowing where the ball is and we
didn't have it."
Knight gave credit to the Spartans for
fighting back in both halves.
"I think this is the second game in a
row where the opposing team refused to
quit," said Knight.
Iowa 68, Minnesota 52
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Iowa's Gred
Stokes and Bob Hansen combined for 36
points to lead the 10th-ranked
Hawkeyes to a 68-52 victory over 16th-
ranked Minnesota last night in Big Ten
basketball.
Iowa boosted its record to 12-2 overall
and 3-1 in the Big Ten. Minnesota fell to
11-3 and 3-2.

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