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Clearing space in the Michigan
trophy case was an exhausting job
in 1985-86, as Wolverine teams
and individuals posted outstanding
seasons. Championships and out-
standing single performances were
commonplace in the athletic depar-
tment.
The football team came back
from its worst season in 17 years to
finish second in the nation. In
basketball, the Wolverines nabbed
their second-straight Big Ten
Championship. The men's swim

team staged an upset and won the
conference crown as well.
Michigan wrestlers were 10th in the
NCAA.
Red Berenson's hockey team
was under .500, but defeated some
of the top teams in the land. The

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douts and continued to improve with no time left to preserve a 3-3 tie
afts lan tmar'sevampgrovfin Champaign. Illinois lost 59-0 to
after last year's revamping of Iowa a week later while Michigan
coaching personnel. Here are crunched Purdue, 47-0.
some
BEST BO-LD
PREDICTION
Bo Schembechler
At a recent interview, Michigan's
coaching legend predicted is 1986
defense would be as good as his 1985
unit - a squad that yielded eight
touchdowns in 12 games and ranked
second in the nation. Seven starters
and 18 lettermen return this fall on
defense.
BEST RECEPTION
Wisconsin's Mike Heineman
The Badger cager's grab of Garde
Thompson after the two collided on
the Wolverine guard's layup attemp
saved face for Thompson. Not only
did Michigan's 6-1 junior draw the
foul, but the catch prevented him
from meeting the hardwood closeup.
BEST SLAM DUNK
Glen Rice
In a season full of them, Glen Rice
takes honors for his cradle-rock
tomahawk slam against North-
western. Aesthetics, pure and simple.
WORST
RELATIONSHIP
Gary Grant and the NCAA
Tournament
"Me and the NCAA just don't get
along," said the Wolverine guard,
following his team's second-round
loss to Iowa State in the tournament.
Grant, who hit just one of nine shots in
the contest, was zero for ten when his
team was eliminated in the second
round a year ago.

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BEST ATTEMPT TO
PROLONG VACATION
Demetrius Brown and
Olatide Ogunfitidimi
The 1985 football season ended in
chaos for quarterback Demetrius

Brown and receiver Olatide Ogun-
fitidimi. The two freshmen were a lit-
tle late the morning the team had to
leave Phoenix after its 27-23 victory
over Nebraska in the Sunkist-Fiesta
Bowl. They missed the charter flight
back home and returned on a later
flight. Oops. Sorry, Coach.

BEST KEPT PROMISE
Bill Frieder
The sixth-year basketball coach
vowed to stand by his players no mat-
ter how they performed in the NCAA
tournament. "You won't hear me say
a bad word aboutthese kids."
Frieder was true to his word, of-
fering only praise for the four-year ef-
fort of his seniors after a disappoin-
ting early exit in the second round.
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