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He's the best all-around guard we've played against
in a long time."
Grant; was the sparkplug of the team in the first
half when the Wolverines were tested. Glen Rice had
little success in the first 20 minute session hitting
only one shot, while missing two free throws. The
rest of the team struggled showing the ill effects of
being students in early December.
Contributing to Michigan's problems was Andre
Harris. With Sumpter being held in check, the Indiana
transfer hit for eleven points in the first half and made
a gorgeous alley-oop pass to Barry Howard who
slammed the ball down with authority.
But the General was their to teach Peay a thing or
two. He opened the game with a steal and a dunk to
put Michigan on top, 2-0. After the lead changed
hands 13 times, Grant took the helm. With Michigan
trailing 30-29, Grant completed a three-point play to
put the Wolverines up by two.
He then began the nicest play of the evening by
passing the ball behind his back to Rumeal Robin-
son, who matched the feat with a pass to Rice, who
laid it in for a four-point lead. After a Governor bas-
ket, Grant scored six straight points to put the
Wolverines up by eight, 40-32. The All-American
looked like an honors student.
In the meantime, Sumpter could only manage
three shots and two points as he had defenders draped
around him. Those same annoyances continued in the
second half as he added a meager four points. His 21.3
points per game were severely missed.
Grant's stellar performance continued in the second
half, with the help of his teammates as they pressed,
passed and pumped to open a lead by as much as 27
points, 82-55. His effort was aided by Loy Vaught's
14 points, tying a career high.
The Michigan Daily-Friday, December 11, 1987- Page 17
NO GAMES WITH GAMECOCKS FOR 'CANES
S.C. says no to Miami
COLUMBIA, SC - (AP) Miami offi-
cials said they would not comment yesterday
about South Carolina's decision not to play
the Hurricanes again because of a fourth-
quarter brawl that erupted in Saturday night's
game at the Orange Bowl.
.I am not going to discuss this until I
hear from South Carolina officials," Miami
coach Jimmy'Johnson said.
Athletic Director Sam Jankovich said he
also would not discuss the matter until after
he talked with Miami coaches and South
Carolina athletic director Bob Marcum, who
said Wednesday the Gamecocks would not
play the Hurricanes in football in the future.
Marcum restated that fact yesterday.
"I sat down with (head coach) Joe Morri-
son and we decided that if that's the type of
football Miami wants to play, fine," Mar-
cum said. "But it is our privilege who we
play, and we concluded that South Carolina
will not play Miami anymore."
The Gamecocks, who lost to Miami, 20-
16, are the second team to announce they
will no longer play the Hurricanes. After a
46-16 loss Oct. 10, Maryland said Johnson
ran up the score and the Terrapins would
never play the Hurricanes again.
South Carolina's decision to drop Miami
from the schedule stems from a bench-clear-
ing brawl that erupted after Miami's Daniel
Stubbs sacked South Carolina quarterback
Todd Ellis, throwing him to the ground. No
penalty was called on the play.
"Ellis was just standing there after the
referee had blown the whistle and No. 9
(Brian Blades) hit him in the back of the
head," Marcum said. "After that No. 55
(Randy Bethel) came and also hit Todd in the
back of the head. That's just not the type of
team we want to associate with."
Marcum said it was the incident and poor
management of the game that made the deci-
sion final for South Carolina officials. Mar-
cum said South Carolina has sent a protest
to the Southern Intercollegiate Officials As-
"They said they would review the tapes
and then go over them with each official in-
volved," Marcum said. "That's fine with us.
That's all we can ask."
Miami did not have any future games
scheduled with the Gamecocks, but
Jankovich said the two schools were in the
process of negotiating more games.
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