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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 7, 1986
'M' bludgeons Buckeyes
(Continued from Page 1)

minutes into the first half, and sat our
the remainder of the stantza.
"I wasn't a factor tonight, it's as
simple as that," said Sellers.
The only-Buckeye who was a factor
was Dennis Hopson, whose 27 points
led all scorers. The 6-5 guard was
most effective in the first half, when
he scored 17.
AT ONE point before intermission,
Hopson scored five straight baskets
for Ohio State, the fourth of which
brought the Buckeyes within seven,
26-19, which was as close as they
would get.
Frieder said Ohio State never
should have been that close,
especially with their leading scorer on
the bench.

Tarpley leads onslaught

"The thing we didn't do is take ad-
vantage of Sellers being in foul
trouble," said Frieder. "We let it go
for six or seven minutes there."
The Wolverines let go in the
second half with everything they had.
Michigan displayed a fearsome run-
ning game that looked like a dress
rehearsal for Saturday'sknationally
televised game against Indiana.
First it was Tarpley throwing long
to Glen Rice in the right corner. Rice
hit Garde Thompson with a pass along

Farew Eldon

the baseline past two Buckeyes, and
Thompson hit a reverse layup.
Then the order changed. Rice with
the outlet to Gary Grant, who fed Tar-
pley for an alley oop dunk.
Thompson continued the show with
two double-pump jumpers, giving
Michigan an 80-52 lead.
After a couple basic jump shots,
Thompson fed Tarpley for another
dunk, before Rellford finished with
the five minute highlight film with a
reverse double-pump jam.
Two more baskets by Rice, the last
with 4:48 remaining, gave Michigan
its biggest lead of the game at 92-60.
Thompson's presence in the game
was partly due to an ankle injury suf-
fered by Antoine Joubert in practice
Wednesday. Joubert still managed to
score 17 points.
Michigan Daily
SPORTS
763-0376

Grant contributed 14, along with
nine assists, while Rice ended with 15,
Rellford 12 and Thompson 10.
The win keeps Michigan tied with
Indiana for the Big Ten lead, and
makes Saturday's game with the
Hoosiers a tie-breaker to decide the
title.
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MICHIGAN

OHIO STATE
MinFG/A FT/A RE A PF Pts.

Min
Relford..........30
Wade............ 22
Tarpley..........29
Joubert ......... 27
Grant ........... 31
Rice............. 20
Thompson .......20
Henderson .......4
Hughes.........7
Stoyko .......... 5
Butts ............ 4
Gibas ...........1I
Team Rebounds.

FG/AFT/A F
5/7 2/2 7
3/5 1/2 4
6/14 10/11 7
6/12 5/7 4
7/11 0/0 6
5/9 5/6 5
4/6 2/2 1
1/2 0/1 1
0/i 0/0 2
0/1 0/0 0
0/3 0/0 0
0/0 0/0 0
5

A
0
3
5
9
1
3
0
0
0
0

PF Pts.
4 12
7 7
3 22
1 17
4 14
4 15
2 10
1 2
1 0
2 0
I 0
0 0

Sellers...........22
Francis ......... 18
Wesson...........18
Lomax...........19
Hopson .......... 35
Wilson.........25
White.......... 11
Burson.........21
J. Anderson. 10
McGee.......... 8
S. Anderson ..... 8
Dumas .......... 5
Team Rebounds .

4/9
3/4
3/3
0/3
10/19
3/8
1/4
2/4
0/2
1/3
1/2
2/3

0/0
0/2
2/4
0/0
7/8
2/2
3/4
1/2
1/2
4/5
2/2
0/1

4
4
3
0
10
1
2
4
0
2
1
5

0
0
0
0
2
2
0
3
0
0
0

3
4
4
3
1
2
2
2
0
1

8
6
8
0
27
8
S
S
6
4
4

Tarpley
... nets 22

BIG TEN STANDINGS

TOTALS.........200 37/71 25/31 41 23 26
First half score: MICHIGAN 47, Ohio State 36
Attendance: 13,609 (sellout)

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TOTALS.........200 30/64 22/32 41 8

24 82

Conf Overall

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MICHIGAN ........... 13-4
Indiana ............... 13-4
Purdue.................11-6
Mich. State ............ 11-6
Illinois............... 10-7
Iowa................ 9-8
Ohio State ............. 8-9
Minnesota ............ 5-12
Wisconsin ............. 3-14
Northwestern ......... 2-15

WL
26-4
21-6
22-8
20-7
20-9
19-11
14-13
15-16
11-16
8-19

Daily Photo by PETE ROSS
Antoine Joubert happily lays one in over Buckeye reserve guard Curtis
Wilson during Michigan's 99-82 lambasting of Ohio State last night. The
Judge had reason to celebrate: he recorded 17 points and 5 assists for the
game.

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Ohio State may have lost one battle"
on the road last night, but it had no
problems with its home-court contest
as its women's basketball team whip-
ped the Wolverines at St. John Arena
last night, 73-48, to clinch the Big Ten
championship.
Tracey Hall led the Buckeyes, grab-
bing 12 rebounds to go along with her
11 points. She was assisted by Nikita
Lowry (17 pts) and guard Jodi Rot
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73 percent first-half shooting attack
which was 59 percent for the game.
THE OHIO State defense was just
as impressive, holding Michigan to a
sub-par 36 percent shooting mark,
from the floor while collecting 10
steals and forcing 25 turnovers. The
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Michigan was led by senior Wendy
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rebounds.
Michigan can improve its Big Ten
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easy with its current 15-2 mark, since
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