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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 15, 1985
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on the boards so strong and so
physical," Green said. "They're the
most physical team in the country.
"That presents a monumental
problem for ;us, because they're three
inches bigger than us at every position,
sometimes four or fives inches
bigger."
IN THE FOUR or five inch deficit
category, Fairleigh Dickinson features
6-4 forward Larry Hampton. The
Knights' only starting senior, Hampton
averages 15.1 points per outing but may

be having trouble reaching that number
with 6-8 Goliath imitator Butch Wade
hanging on him.
FDU's next best offensive weapon
will come off the bench in the form of 6-
6 freshman Jamie Latney. Green said
he likes to use Latney as a substitute,
even though Latney's 11.5 point-per-
game average is second on the team.
"I started him in three games, and in
all three he was absolutely terrible,"
Green said. "He came to me after the
third start in a row and said he just

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Daily Photo by BRAD MILLS
Michigan forward Butch Wade battles Michigan State's Ken Johnson for
position in Michigan's victory February 23. Tonight Wade and the rest of the
Wolverines will begin their quest for the NCAA title against Fairleigh
Dickinson.

Good friends will give you a break
when you're broke.

Kosarto
enter pro
draft
NILES, Ohio (AP)-Quarterback.
Bernie Kosar, whose strong arm led th
University of Miami to the 1983 nationa
championship, said yesterday he would
cut short his college career to play
professional football.
Kosar said he would make himself
available for the National Football
League's April 30 draft and that he
would like to play for the Cleveland
Browns in his native Ohio.
"I FOLLOWED the Browns my whole
life," Kosar said at a news conferenc4
"That would be the ideal situation."
The Browns, however, would have to
improve their draft position to get
Kosar. As of now, they have the seventh
selection.
Kosar said he currently ha. an 18-,
hour credit load, meaning he would
need to complete six credit hours this
summer to graduate. He said he could
complete his studies by the end of
June-in time for NFL summer
training camps.
Kosar, whose family lives in nearb
Boardman, Ohio, said he had no agent
but believed he was worth as much as
another college star, Doug Flutie.
The Heisman Trophy winner from
Boston College signed a five-year deal
with the New Jersey Generals of the
United States Football League worth a
reported $5 million to $8 million.
"From what I'hear from a lot of
people, that's about what I've heard
should be making," Kosar said. "But
think that'll be an individual thing with
the club."

Kosar
... to enter NFL draft

SCORES
NCAA Tournament
Georgetown 68, Lehigh 43
Temple 60, Virginia Tech 57
Loyola 59, Iona 58
North Carolina 76, Middle Tennessee St. 57
Kansas 49, Ohio U. 38
Auburn 59, Purdue 58
Oklahoma 96, North Carolina A&T 83

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