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Wolverines stumble in OT
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2:09 to go.
Posting up on a shorter Antoine
Joubert, Welch tied the game at 58 with
a dunk 20 seconds later.
"AFTER A FEW times down court,"
Welch said, "I told Coach, 'they got
Joubert on me. Let's get it inside.'"
Joubert tried to recover the lead with
a spinning move into the lane but his 10-
footer rattled around the rim and fell
into Illini hands.
"I was so open, I felt it was in my
reach," said Thompson. "The one I
made to get us into overtime was
"GARDE THOMPSON was un-
believable on three or four of those
(shots)," said Henson.
Thompson finished with four of seven
shooting for eight points, one assist and
Tarpley led Michigan with 20 points,
including eight of nine free throws, and
"Tarpley has not played well in the
Big Ten this year," said Frieder, "that
was his best Big Ten game.''
Welch led Illinois with 16 points and
"(Grant is) a freshman in his first Big
Ten road trip," said Frieder, whose
team's record fell to 9-3. "(You) don't
expect him to play like he did last
Saturday." Grant finished with 10 poin-
ts, five assists, and two steals.
Thompson next followed a Douglas
basket with a drive to his left for a short
WITH JUST under seven minutes
remaining, Grant gave Michigan its
first lead of the game, 46-44, on a double
pump from 15-feet.
Thompson's 22-footer with 17 seconds
left put Michigan into a 54-54 tie at the
end of regulation.
The sophomore stole a Doug Alten-
berger pass on Illinois' final possession,
missing a desperation shot at the buz-
... eight points
Winters ....... 24
Welch ......... 42
Montgomery .. 39
Douglas ....... 44
Altenberger .... 45
Norman ........ 15
Meents ......... 12
Rellford ....... 27
Henderson .... 33
Thompson ..... 25
stoyko ........ 1
FG/A FT/A H A PF Pts
4/4 0/0 2 0 2 8
TOTALS ...... 225 24/55 10/13 31 10 21
TOTALS .......225 25/56 14/18 31 19 14 64
... 20 points
First half score: Illinois 33, MICHIGAN 26
Regulation time score: Illinois 54, MICHIGAN 54
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) - For-
ward Mike Giomi scored 16 points last
night and guard Steve Alford, coming
off the bench for the first time this
season, added 14 as 11th ranked Indiana
buried Northwestern in a 22-2 second
half avalanche for a 77-50 Big Ten Con-
ference basketball victory.
The hot-shooting Hoosiers hit 11
straight field goals during that eight-
minute spurt, including six in a row by
Giomi and three by Alford.
ALFORD, a 6-foot-2 sophomore who
had averaged more than 20 points and
was Indiana's only player to start every
game this season, was on the sideline
for the first 12 minutes as Coach Bob
Knight used the 10th different starting
combination in the Hoosier's 13 games.
Northwestern never led, but there
were three early ties and the stubborn
Wildcats stayed close the first half,
trailing by only three points when Alford
entered the game. Alford hit his only
two shots in the first half as the
Hoosiers maintained a narrow 29-24
edge at the intermission.
After Alford got Indiana's first basket
in the second half, Northwestern came
no closer than three points, and the
Hoosiers broke the game open with a
string of 12 straight points. Consecutive
baskets by Marty Simmons and Alford,
three straight by Giomi and another by
Simmons gave Indiana a 47-31 lead with
13 minutes to go.
JOHN PETERSON broke the streak
for Northwestern, but Indiana then ran
off another 10 straight points for a 57-33
lead before freshman Milan Petrovic
got two free throws for the Wildcats.
The victory lifted Indiana to 2-1 in the
conference and 10-3 overall. North-
western fell to 0-2 and 4-8.
Simmons finished with 12 points,
while Uwe Blab added 10 for the
Hoosiers. Northwestern was led by An-
dre Goode with 12 points and Peterson
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