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7-2 225 lbs. #35
Sarnia, Ont. (Collegiate Prep)
Personal: Good shooter.. . needs
work on defense and rebounding ...
listens to Elvis Costello and Martha
and the Muffins . . . missed 81-82
season with groin injury . . . enjoys
cycling.. studying for a B.G.S....
Year G Pct. Pct. Reb. Avg.
.750 .333 7 0.7
.500 1.000 3 0.9
.600 .500 10 0.8
.000 .750 1 0.4
Big Ten .............
6-9 220 lbs #15
Personal: Solid rebounder . . .
good shooter but has a slow release .
.. communications major ... enjoys
dancing and listens to Prince .. .
liked American Gigolo . . . avoids
black cats. .. started 15 games last
Big Ten...... ......
.417 .684 161 5.8
.370 .630 102 5.7
G Pct. Pct. Reb. Avg.
6-8 230 lbs. #45
Birmingham (Brother Rice)
Personal: Fierce competitor
excellent on the fast break ... lists
North Carolina's Michael Jordan as
his toughest opponent . . . a com-
munications major. .. recruited by
Bo Schembechler as a tight end ...
listens to the Gatlin Bothers ...
Year G Pet. Pet. Reb. Avg.
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By DAN PELEKOUDAS.
The first thing that strikes me about
being a senior is that I've got senior-type
things to think about, such as what I'm
going to do after I graduate and ap-
plying to law school.
I think it's a big difference in basket-
ball, too. You see it as your last year-
and that means a lot of things. This is
your last chance to be on a. winning
team, being on a Big Ten champion and
a chance to be on an NCAA qualifier.
Knowing this makes you work a little
bit harder from the very beginning, all
the way back to the first day of
preseason workouts. This is your last go-
around and you want to make it as good
as you can be.
ANOTHER thing being a senior does
is make you appreciate what you've
been through. Freshman year I had no
idea about how much running and con-
ditioning I'd do, and there is no way you
can prepare. The coach will. tell you
how much you'll be working out, but
there is absolutely no way you can know
how much you'll have to do.
From freshman year on, though, it
becomes easier and easier to preapre
for mentally, because you know. you,
have to do it. For instance, when I was a
freshman I hoped something would
happen and 5:30 would never come
around and Frieder would tell us to get
on the line to run sprints. I would be
hoping that I would get hurt or
somehow the clock would stop.
But the next year you just say, "oh,
well we got to run." Then the next year,
"Well I don't like it but here it comes.'
And now at the end of practice you just
do the sprints and it's part of the prac-
ALSO IT wouldbe a lie if you said it
didn't help you psychologically to kind
of see the kids that were younger than
you suffering a little bit, which isn't all
bad. I don't want to sound like a
masochist, but when you're a freshman
and your last in all of the sprints, and
you just wish you were dead or in a hole
and everyone else is just running up
and down because they're used to it,
you feel real bad.
But as a senior what you can do is
know its coming, kind of look at the
other guys and not only does their suf-
fering help you out because you think
you're doing better, but you can also
help them out.
That's a big role of a senior, to tell
them what your freshman year was like
and tell them that it gets better,
because they have no concept of it get-
ting a little easier in practice as the
year goes on, which it does. As a fresh-
man you're thinking this is going to go
on for six months, so there is a lot of
things you can do as a senior to help out
the younger kids. Just by tellling them
your experiences and that you had a
tough go of it playing when you were a
freshman can help you out.
By QUINCY TURNER
The first couple of weeks were really
a big adjustment. I'm sure the other
freshmen feel the same way. Coming
out of high school you work hard, but it
was not as big a demand as it is here.
I think all the Michigan coaches
stress and emphasize that we work
hard all the time. We work hard con-
sistently from 2:30-6:30 every day, not
only shooting and running plays, but
running and conditioning, as well. I
think the first 'week made all of us,
especially the freshmen, feel really
kind of cor
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6-5 195 lbs. #11
Personal: Outstanding offensive
player.., slow feet hinder his defen-
se . . . rated top prep player in the
nation by Dave Bones' Cage Scope . .
. a pre-law major... listens to the
P-Funk All Stars . . . doesn't like
being hollered at during practices or
games ... can score from anywhere
on the court . . . Michigan's prep
6-11 240 lbs. #44
Personal: Fully recovered from
knee surgery which forced him to
miss sophomore season ... has an
extra year of eligibility ... excellent
outside shooter . . . enjoys
marketing and speech classes .. .
Year G Pet. Pct. Reb. Avg.
80-81. ..... .. 30 .509 .783 106 5.2
82-83 .................28 .555 .813 180 12.6
Big Ten ..............36
.540 .804 286 8.8
.545 .773 161 9.6
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6-1 175 lbs. #32
Downers Grove, Ill. (South)
Personal: Good ball handler
Frieder sees him as a leader ... an
economics and history major . . .
named to NCAA Academic All-
American team in 1982...
Richard Rellford ,
6-6 230 lbs. #40
Riviera Beach, Fla. (Suncoast)
Personal: Powerful dunk artist...
inconsistent in '82-'83 . . . favorite
movie was Trading Places . . a
communications major .. enjoys
English class . .. listens to Mary
Jane Girls . .. scored 23 points at
Visconsin ... likes to go fishing..
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G Pet. Pct. Reb. Avg.
Totals ............... 72
Big Ten ............. 42
.454 .744 85 3.4
.424 .803 47 4.1
Big Ten ............ 18
.470 .791 98
.459 .837 59
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