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The Michigan Doily - Wednesday, No,

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Well ... Ralph Sampson is gone.
How can there be a college basketball
season without Ralph? This is almost as
traumatip as was losing Al McGuire's
commentary on NCAA tournament
telecasts.
POOR RALPH. He never did win the
big-one. Now 'his whole life is ruined;
he's struggling along down in Houston
- making somewhere in the vicinity of
$1.5 million a year - and still is on
national television every other day. "
Mayber there's life after "The Big
One."
Parity. Pete Rozelle dreams about it.
The NHL has installed a system where
nearly everyone makes the playoffs in a
feeble 'attempt to achieve it. College
basketball has it.
DID ANYONE last December predict
that the North Carolina State Wolfpack,
a bunch of guys named Cozell, Thurl
and Lorenzo, would win the. national
title? Even Jim Valvano would have
had the guy committed.
How can one make predictions about
a sport where a team with 10 regular

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season losses goes crazy in the post-
season and beats the North Carolina
Jordans, the Virginia Ralphs (twice),
and, finally, the Houston Akeems?
Let's take a shot at it, anyway.
The first law of prognostication, one
that should never be broken; is don't
pick the favorites. Only wimps and
people with no class pick the favorites.
This year, everybody and his bookie are
picking North Carolina number one,
followed by Kentucky, Houston and
Georgetown. Really going out on a
limb, huh? It's sort of like predicting
Nebraska to beat Northwestern in foot-
ball.
Of, course Michael Jordan, Sam
Perkins, Pat Ewing, Melvin Turpin and
Akeem Olajuwon are great players but
they were just as great last year and
they all lost. The key to predicting is to
take a good, solid team, somewhere in
the middle of the "experts' " top 20s,
and decide that it will be the N.C. State
of 1984. Nobody likes a frontrunner.
So without further ado. . .
1) Maryland-Q-Who was the only
team to beat N.C. State last season af-

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ter Dereck Whittenburg came back
from his injury? A - The Terps.
Maryland coach Lefty Driesell has all
five starters returning and the seniors
are looking forward to their fourth con-
secutive tournament. You'll hear about
Michael Jordan but Adrian Branch has
the talent and leadership skills to be
just as great a force. The Terps beat
North Carolina at College Park and put
up a good fight at Chapel Hill. They
know that the Tar Heels are beatable.
2) Georgetown-Ewing is going to be
better than Sampson or Olajuwon. All
the tools are there and John Thompson.
is the perfect coach to develop a great
center. With two fine sophomore guar-
ds, Michael Jackson and David
Wingate, behind him, and two years of
experience, the, big guy is ready to
carry the Hoyas.
3) Memphis State - Keith Lee isn't
bad, either. Also, you have to love a
team with a guy named Baskerville
Holmes. Memphis State will have
another 20-win season because the
Metro Conference isn't all that tough.
Look for Lee to lead the Tigers into the
final four.
4) Iowa - What do you do when you
lose Lute Olson, one of the finest
coaches in American? If you're the.
Hawkeyes you go out and hire George
Raveling, an even better coach. Greg
Stokes and Michael Payne will over-
power the Big Ten and Raveling will
have this team playing solid fundamen-
tal basketball. Height and intelligence
are a tough combination.
5) North Carolina - The general con-
sensus seems to equate Michael Jordan
with God. Maybe there's something to-
it. Sam Perkins, Matt Doherty and
Brad Daugherty surround the living
legend and coach Dean Smith is back
for what seems like his 40th season.
Clearly, the Heels have the most talen-

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Antoine Joubert . G-F

15 Robert Henderson
24 Leslie Rockymore
25 Eric Turner '..'.
30 Garde Thompson
32 Dan Pelekoudas .
34 Gerard Rudy ....
35 Jon Antonides ...
40 Richard Rellford .
41 Quincy Turner ...
42 Roy Tarpley .....
44 Tim McCormick.
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1982-83 Results

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71
77
86
95
65
70
71
83
99
64
72
63
62

Opponent
AKR$N ........................75
CENTRAL MICHIGAN .........66
Northern Michigan..........70
KANSAS..................74
CLEVELAND ST.............72
Detroit ....................63
Oklahoma St. (OT).,. .....78
Vermont......................45
FLORIDA A&M ................49,
PENNSYLVANIA .............80
Northwestern................69
Iowa .........................79.
MINNESOTA . . ..........58
WISCONSIN........... .....57

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76
77
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65
74
71
68
69
71
70
75
66
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Ohio State .... ....... .....75
Indiana....................93
PURDUE (3-OT)............80
ILLINOIS ...... ..............87
MICHIGAN ST.............. 70
Michigan St....................67
Illinois...................... .91
Purdue .......................71
INDIANA .... ......... .56
OHIOST ......................81
Wisconsin .....................82
Minnesota......... .......88
IOWA ..........................60
NORTHWESTERN .............57
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