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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, December 2, 1985

Wolverine victory not 6

(Continued from Page 1)
even a nice personality.
Shots weren't falling for either
team. Michigan couldn't seem to get
off an undeflected pass and Georgia
Tech couldn't seem to make an uncon-
tested layup. The Ramblin' Wreck
shot 36.3 percent on layups.
IN DEFENSE of both teams, it was
aggressive defense at both ends. The
Yellow Jackets, in particular, baffled
the Wolverines with a swarming trap
defense.
"I think they knew all our plays,"
said Joubert. "We'd call a play and
they'd already be there."
"We were shooting too early," said
Michigan head coach Bill Frieder.
"We weren't getting the weak-side
people in the game.
Stumblin' Wreck
MICHIGAN

"WE WERE very tight in the early
going, so I tried relaxing them a little
at the half. I told them a joke. I said
'Hell, everyone in the country is sit-
ting at home with his girlfriend wat-
ching Miami and Notre Dame with a
martini in their hand."'
The Wolverines did clean up their
act a bit in the second half.
Bruce Dalrymple picked up his
fourth foul just four minutes into the
action. He was replaced by
sophomore Craig Neal (0-7), leaving
the door wide open for Joubert.
THE JUNIOR guard led the
comeback. Joubert wasn't just
leading the team in scoring, he gave
Michigan a little floor direction -
something not seen in the first half.
Following a Price missed free
throw, the Judge connected on a 16-
foot jumper to pull Michigan to within
one, 31-30 with 9:33 left in the game.
Robert Henderson tied the game at
31 on a free throw following a foul by
Tech's Antoine Ford and Tarpley
gave the Wolverines their first lead of
the game with 8:08 left.
THE WOLVERINES never trailed
the rest of the way, sinking nine of
their last ten free throws to preserve
the victory.
For its part, Georgia Tech never got
on track. The Yellow Jackets were
sorely impaired by a Price-less offen-
se.

"Price has been going out to prove
that he's the best guard in the coun-
try," said Cremins. "The pressure on
him is tremendous."
PRICE SEEMED more willing to
blame himself.
"It just didn't feel good today," he
said after the game. "I didn't go out
there with the feeling that I had to
prove anything. I'm not worried
about being a hero one day and a bum
the next. I go out and play for coach
Cremins and the team.

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Who's the MV

MinFG/A FT/A

Rellford.......
Wade..........
Tarpley .........
Joubert .........
Grant ...........
Henderson..
Thompson.
Rice...........
Team Rebounds.

26
25
36
36
35
23
13
6

0-3
0-0
4-13
7-12
-0-10
1-3
0-2
2-2

4-
0-1
3-4
7-9
4-4
34
0-0
0-0

R
3
6
14
3
4
3
2
2
7

A
1
1
0
2
5
0
1
1

PF Pts
4 4
5 0
4 11
2 21
4 4
3 5
2 0
1 4

TOTALS.........200 14-45 21-284
GEORGIA TECH

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11 25 49

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Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY
Antoine Joubert carried the team and the trophy Saturday at the Hall of
Fame Tipoff Classic in Springfield, Mass. Michigan beat Georgia Tech
49-44 as Joubert poured in 21 points,
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Min
Hammonds.. 32
Ferrell.......... 37
Salley ........... 37
Price ..........36
Dalrymple ...25
Neal ............ 20
Mansell ......... 1
Sherrod ......... 3
Ford ...........10
Team Rebounds.
TOTALS ........ 200

FG/A FT/A R
7-11 0-1 8
2.8 0-1 5
3-6 4-9 7
2-13 2-5 3
246 4-5 5
0-7 2-2 2
0-0 0-0 0
0-2 0-0 1
0-1 0-0 4
3
16-54 12-23 38

A PF Pts -
1 1F 14s "We worked hard on defense trying
3 2 4 to keep the ball out of his hands," said
1 4 10 Joubert.
6 4 "I WAS concentrating on Price
0 4 2 more than anything else," said Gary
0 0 0 Grant. "I didn't want him getting a
0 0 0 25-point game to beat us."
Tech head coach Bobby Cremins
11 23 44 thought part of Price's problem
IIGAN 17 Saturday was the nation-wide buildup
he's been getting.

First half score: Georgia Tech 25, MICH
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THERE'S NO denying that Anto
Saturday's Hall of Fame Tipoff
letters isn't as certain. Mildly Vir
would Moderately Valiant among Pa
Most Valuable Player is okay too
comparative term. Joubert's 21-po
good, but it is not going to top anyon(
sports.
First look at the standards against
the Wolverines who graced the temp
Center left without a field goal. The M
starters Gary Grant, Richard Rellfor
0-15. Four of Georgia Tech's nine ba
combined 10 tries.
The same four Michigan players a
totals with fouls.
Tech's most promising MVP candi
Mark "Now-at-a-discount" Price toc
and helped his team out of contenti
shooting day. The other alleged All-
nearly met the team's percentage,
floor.
Against that kind of background, Jo
shines like a well-polished trophy. S
field goal stats were not the day's bes
the Ramblin' Wreck seven hoops on on
Joubert also had -a dark side S
Wolverines' 18 turnovers. The only
Variation Problem was, you guessed i
Perfect judge of tir
Joubert probably earned the awa
good. Joubert scored 14 of his points ii
"I was just shooting first instead o
like I did in the first half," he said. "I
going to shoot it instead of trying to ps
Joubert also benefitted from a chan
guard for the first 20 minutes, he to(
Joubert's backcourt mate Gary G
wasn't fitting, he took my spot and I1
out. Didn't it ?"
The second big reason Joubert exc
helped eliminate the biggest obstac
guard Bruce Dalrymple.
"When he was checking me, he ki
times," Joubert said. "I had bruises
was all over me, man."
But the referees saw it in the secoi
Dalrymple's third and fourth fouls. Si
to the half, Dalrymple then fouled out
told, the 6-4 junior played only seveni
"I wanted to get (Dalrymple) out,'
big tasks, because without him in thet
"I kind of cheat on defense, it was
helps us all do that," said Dalrymple
and watch the clock tick away."

"
c classic
"I'll be back."
"THAT WASN'T Mark Price out
there," added Cremins. "That wasn't
the Georgia Tech basketball team.
"I'd like to apologize for our play.
assume a lot of the responsibility."
Cremins knew Michigan's victory
wouldn't win any beauty pageants. So
did Michigan.
"I hope that doesn't happen again,"
said Garde Thompson. "We're going
to get our butts kicked (by Frieder) if
we play like that again."
By Steve Wise
P?...
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.
ine Joubert won the MVP award at
Classic, but the meaning of the three
tuous Performance might work. So
ithetic.
, but only using "Most" as a strictly
int performance was decent, even
e's list of great moments in Michigan
t which Joubert was measured. Half
porary floor at the Springfield Civic
ichigan zilch squad, which included
d and Butch Wade, went a collective
rely participating players missed a
lso matched or exceeded their point
date, pre-season All-America guard
ok himself out of award contention
on for the game with a 15 percent
American, Michigan's Roy Tarpley,
shooting about 30 percent from the
ubert's 7-12 shooting from the field
till the 6-5 junior's above-average
t. Freshman Tom Hammonds gave
fly 11 attempts.
aturday, dishing out six of the
y player to match that Manual
t, Price.
nning
rd two ways. First, his timing was
n the second half.
f holding the ball and looking inside
f I was open for three seconds, I was
ass off."
ge in position. Having played the off
ok over the point in the second half.
rant explained the switch: "Since I
took his spot and everything worked
elled later in the game was that he
le to the offense - Georgia Tech
nd of knocked me down a couple of
on my knees, on my elbows ... He
nd half, so Joubert was able to draw
itting down until about 15 minutes in-
of the game with 2% minutes left. All
minutes after intermission.
" Joubert said. "That was one of my
re, they're hurting."
s my ability and with my ability, it
. "With fouls, I had to just sit there
s choice

play was timely. His shooting helped
ich the win. In a sense, his selection
in the game he was the MVP," said
agreed Georgia Tech coach Bobby
sketball."
The inscription on Joubert's trophy
certain. Give Cremins a sportsman-
ble Pronouncement.
M'lsesa
(continued from page9)
period.
Things began on a much more
pleasant note Saturday as the@
Wolverines jumped to a 4-0 lead on
goals by Billy Powers, Joe Lockwood;
Brad McCaughey, and Downing. But
just as the first period started well for
the Wolverines, it ended sourly.
With three seconds left, Michigan
was whistled for two penalties, giving
Ohio State a two-man advantage to
start the second. On both power play'
opportunities, the Buckeyes scored:
They added three more goals in the
period, forcing a hasty exit for Tim
Makris and setting the stage for
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as MVP was obvious.
"Hell, I knew with 10 minutes left
Michigan coach Bill Frieder.
"Joubert really was the MVP,"
Cremins. "He played outstanding bas
Cremins' first statement is a fact.
shows it. That second part's not soc
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