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Miller Time
BY SCOTT G. MILLE]

The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 5, 1987 -Page 9
NCA A Tournument? ...
Don't ask Bill Frieder

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Illinois provided the excitement on the court
last night, while Michigan coach Bill Frieder
provided it off the court.
A Chicago-based writer asked Frieder in the
post-game press conference about the
Wolverines' chances of making the NCAA
Tournament. The seventh-year head coach
asked, "Have you been here before?"
The writer replied, "Oh yeah" with the
thought he had been to Crisler Arena in past
years.
Frieder continued, "I've told you people six
straight times that I don't know about the
NCAAs. I don't have a damn thing to do with
the selections. Do you?"
"No," said the writer.
"What do you think it does to our chances?"
demanded Frieder.
"I don't know. That is why I asked you,"
said the writer.
"Well I don't know either. You guys are the
experts more than I am. I don't know about the
NCAAs, and I don't give a damn about the
NCAAs. I am only concerned about Purdue on
Saturday.

"I learned a long time ago that I hate to have
to answer the same questions every week, every
game, game in, game out. I've (also) learned a
long time ago that when your fate is in other
people's hands then there is no reason to even
think about it or discuss it. That is all I can say
about it. Because I've told you that for six
straight games."
Frieder then stormed out of the interview
room as a Detroit writer inquired, "Is that it?"
Another journalist asked Frieder's verbal
sparring partner, "Do you have an early
deadline?"
The writer sat smugly, like Illinois head
coach Lou Henson after the game. For Henson
and the Illini, the contest answered the question
of whether they could hold a big lead. Mel
Brooks, a Henson lookalike, couldn't have
written a better comedy script.
This game was a scream. How bad was it?
Jens Kujawa, Illinois' . 7-0 center, and his
teammates made Henson look like a coaching
genius. Kujawa dribbled in from halfcourt and
made a slam, bam, jam.
"Lou, do you think (ESPN analyst Dick)
Vitale will give you a C plus tonight?" asked a

writer.
"I'm not about to comment on that," said a
laughing Henson.
While Henson laughed, the Wolverines were
near tears. Michigan's NCAA tournament
chances are becoming as sparse as the hair on
Vitale's head. The Wolverines are now 18-11
overall and 9-8 in the Big Ten.
"I feel we have to do something (on Saturday
against Purdue)," said Wolverine guard Gary
Grant. "This is our last chance for the world to
see us before the selection."
Henson feels that at least five Big Ten teams
will qualify for the NCAAs. He gives the nod
to Michigan over Ohio State for that possible
last bid.
"Michigan is an outstanding ball club.
They've beaten a lot of good people," said
Henson. "I think they will definitely be there."
If only Frieder were so confident, maybe he
could rest more easily. The Chicago writer who
enraged Frieder rested easily.
As the Michigan coach left the press
conference, the writer said, "Thanks Frieder for
giving me my story."
Me too.

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Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY

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and Jens Kujawa for a loose ball during last night's lopsided Michigan
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