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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily-Thursday, February 14, 1985
Trouble in Iowa City ?'M'will find out

(Continued from Page 1)
tonight, Iowa plays Michigan St'ate,
Ohio State and Indiana at home, while
they will be on the road against cellar-
dwellers Wisconsin and Northwestern,
and struggling Purdue and Illinois.
But despite the significance of the
game, neither Frieder nor Iowa head
coach George Raveling are looking to
play up the game.r
"I think our players have this game
in perspective," said Raveling. "They
know it's not any more important than
the other seven remaining on the
"I'M NOT going to approach this
game in a manner that it could cost us
two or three games down the line," said
Yet both coaches realize that they
have their work cut out for them
tonight. Michigan has been on a tear
lately with nine straight wins, including
a big victory over Illinois last Saturday
and triple-overtime win over Iowa,
January 19 at Crisler.
"The thing that we've done here
recently is that we've taken advantage
of our schedule," explained Frieder.
"We've had six of the last eight at home
and the two on the road were against
our ninth and tenth place teams."
BUT IOWA has also been on a hot
streak as of late, coming out on top in
five consecutive Big Ten contests.
Among those five wins was a sweep of a
road trip to Indiana and Ohio State.
"The thing that I'm concerned about

is that it's the type of game where
you've got two teams that are playing
extremely well right now," said
Frieder. "Everything we've accom-
plished over the last three weeks or so,
Iowa has done as well. They probably
performed a more remarkable feat in
this conference, winning at Indiana and
Ohio State."
Leading the way for the Hawkeyes is
an enormous front line, anchored by
center Greg Stokes. Stokes, a 6-10
senior, is presently the second leading
scorer in the conference, averaging 20.3
points per game and has hauled in 8.9
rebounds a game, good enough to tie
him for third spot on the Big Ten list
with Michigan center Roy Tarpley. In
the earlier contest with Michigan, he
scored 20 points and.had nine rebounds.
Flanking Stokes are forwards Gerry
Wright and Michael Payne. Wright, a
6-8 sophomore, is sixth in the league in
rebounding with 7.1 boards per game
and has averaged 10.5 points per Big
Ten contest. Payne has struggled
somewhat with his scoring this year,
but is fourth on the rebounding list with
a 8.2 average. The Hawkeyes also get a
lot of front-line bench strength in 6-
freshman Al Lorenzen, who killed the
Wolverines last month with 14 crucial
"Stokes has been playing extremely
well," said Frieder. "Wright is playing
better and even Payne has picked up.
Of course, Lorenzen's great off the ben-
ch, so their front line is awesome. We
got to hope that we can contain them.

"What bothers me as much as
anything is the rebounding," he added.
"We don't want to let them get too
many times when they get second and

third shots for baskets."
In the backcourt the Hawkeyes had
been somewhat weak the last time they
played the Wolverines. However,

Frieder noted that they have improved
considerably, thanks to the return of
freshman Jeff Moe, who had been out
with an injury and the improvement of

Andre Banks. Since he has come back
into the Iowa lineup, Moe has averaged
nearly 10 points a game. Banks had ad-
ded 8.5 points per Big Ten game.



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Although they rested against Kansas, Michigan starters (left to right) Roy
Tarpley, Antoine Joubert, Butch Wade, and Gary Grant won't find the going
as easy tonight in Iowa City. Tarpley, who was named Sports Illustrated

Player of the Week, will spearhead a Wolverine attack which will have its
hands full with Iowa's "awesome" front line.
Alexaoner shines as
Gophers. trip.MS


MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota
freshman Todd Alexander and George
Williams combined for 39 points and
sparked the Gophers fo a 73-64 Big Ten
basketball victory over Michigan State'
last night.
Alexander scored 23 points and
Williams added a season-high 16 points
with nine rebounds as sthe Gophers
broke a four-game losing streak and
improved their season record to 12-9

and Big Ten log to 5-6.
The Spartans, falling to 14-7 for the
season and 6-6in the Big Ten, kept the
gameelose until the final six mintues
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The Gophers overcame a 27-point
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Purdue ........6 5
Indiana .............. 65
Michigan State........6 6
Minnesota .............5 6
Wisconsin ............. 2 9
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