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Men's Swimming
vs. Michigan State
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Matt Mann Pool

SPORTS
Thursday, February 11, 1988

Men's Basketball
vs. Indiana
Saturday, 4 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily

Page 8;

Michig an A
By PETE STEINERT
These days Wisconsin basketball coach Steve Yoder must feel like
the football player who drops the winning touchdown pass, or like the
baseball player whose long drive is caught on the warning track.
That's the type of season it has been for the Badgers as they prepare
to face 12th-ranked Michigan tonight (8 p.m. EST, PASS-TV) at the
Wisconsin Fieldhouse.
"I think we've gotten so close at certain times to maybe play one
game that could put us over that little mountain we're trying to climb,"
Yoder said.
LIKE EARLY in the season when Wisconsin (9-10) lost by just
two points to Indiana, 55-53, in Bloomington.
"I think that Wisconsin's a very capable club," Michigan coach Bill

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Frieder said. "They're 3-6 (in the conference), but they could have very
well been 4-5 or 5-4. They're very close to being in the first division in
our league - a few plays and a few points away."
Like Monday night when Minnesota defeated the Badgers, 71-62, in
Minneapolis. Wisconsin shot just 41 percent from the field.
"That was a very disappointing loss for us," Yoder said. "It would
have put us at 4-5 in the league. It legitimately would have given us a
chance to keep battling for the fifth or sixth spot in the league. But we
lose the game and now essentially anything can happen."
FOR NOW, Yoder must settle for a seventh-place tie with
Michigan State. And things do not get any easier with the Wolverines
(18-4 overall, 7-2 in the Big Ten) in town.
"They can score inside, they can score outside, they can press you,"
Yoder said. "They can do about anything really that they set their minds
to. It's really a team with a lot of balance. They're very difficult to
match up with."
Michigan will be even more difficult to match up with if forward
Danny Jones cannot play. The sophomore sprained his ankle Monday
night and missed the entire second half. His status for tonight's contest
is questionable.
Jones, the team's leading rebounder, ranks ninth in the conference in
scoring (15.9 points per game). He dropped in a team-high 16 points in
the Wolverines' 65-54 win over the Badgers at Crisler Arena three
weeks ago.
IF JONES cannot go, 6-11 Kurt Portmann or Patrick Tompkins
will replace him.
Besides Jones, guard Trent Jackson poses as Frieder's other big con-
cern. Jackson's 19.4 ppg. puts him third in the conference behind the
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Michigan handled Jackson when the two teams met in January,
holding him to nine points on four-of-14 shooting.
"They're going to be tough at home on anybody," Frieder said of
Wisconsin, whose three conference wins have all come at home. I
think with us having to travel, they're going to be juiced up and ready
to go against Michigan."
Frieder's biggest concern remains bouncing back from last Sunday's
91-87 loss to Purdue. "Any time you have to travel after you've had a
tough, emotional loss, it's a very, very difficult thing. My biggest
thing now is to guard against a letdown and a losing streak that has
happened to so many teams this year."

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