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Page 10-The Michigan Daily -Friday, December 7, 1990

DUKE
Continued from page 1
the Hoyas. "I mean, there were guys
getting carried out of that game
towards the end
Like Michigan, Duke has fielded
a three-guard offense. However,
Krzyzewski will start a new lineup
for tomorrow's game, which features
center Christian Laettner, forwards
Crawford Palmer and Grant Hill, and
guards Billy McCaffrey and Bobby
Hurley.
The Blue Devils (5-2) play man-
to-man defense and Gaudet, who
scouted the Wolverines in their vic-
tory over Central Michigan, expects
Michigan to do the same, and several
key matchups might ensue.
The place to watch will be un-
derneath the basket, where Michigan
center Eric Riley and Laettner will
do battle. In the past, Chris Seter
and Sam Mitchell have shared time
defending the opponent's best big
man, but Gaudet asserted that Laet-
tner is a strong enough player to
draw Riley on defense.
Such a matchup could put Riley
in foul trouble, a situation the 6-
foot-II sophomore has not yet been
in this season. Fisher has recognized
the need for Riley to play as close to
40 minutes as possible, but against
Laettner, Gaudet is skeptical Riley
can do it.
"We're going to play a physical
style, taking it inside. I know Laet-

tner himself can't go the whole
game," Gaudet said. "Somewhere,
Riley will have to rest, whether it's
on offense or defense."
In last year's game, Riley
notched a key block against Laettner,
and sprung Rumeal Robinson on a
fastbreak that put Michigan up, 105-
101, in overtime.
Another pivotal matchup pits
point guard Michael Talley against
Hurley. Talley has excelled of late
for the Wolverines, but he has yet to
face an opponent of Hurley's caliber.
Duke's 6-foot sophomore earned All-
ACC honors his first year and posted
19 points and six assists in last
year's game.

Blue wrestlers host
three-way matter

by Eric Sklar
Daily Sports Writer

" KE.NNETH SMOLLERUaniy
Michigan guard Michael Talley takes on Duke's Bobby Hurley in last
year's Michigan's 113-108 overtime victory at Crisler Arena. They will
face one another tomorrow in Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C.
CELEBRATE THE SEASON
WITH A LITTLE

Hill, the Blue Devils' 6-foot-7
rookie swingman, will draw Tony
Tolbert on defense. The three-slot is
a perpetual concern for the Wolv-
erines, because they must usually
defend a forward with a guard. But
Gaudet regards third guard Tolbert
differently than his official listing.
"We would consider Tolbert a
forward," he said. "All those guards
are all a little smaller, but they're
very good one-on-one players."

Tomorrow afternoon, just one
week after competing in what
Michigan coach Dale Bahr calls "the
toughest tournament except the Big
Tens and the NCAAs" - the Las
Vegas Classic - the Wolverine
wrestling team opens its regular sea-
son. Despite the fatigue factor from
last week's tournament, Bahr is con-
fident about the challenge of facing
three teams in one day.
"The wrestlers normally take a
break after Las Vegas, but this week
we've had intense practices," Bahr
said. He added that the team is train-
ing this way to simulate what the
NCAA tournament in March will be
like.
The three teams visiting Cliff
Keen Arena are Eastern Michigan,
Ferris State, and Toledo, and Bahr
expects nothing short of a sweep.
"We're a very well balanced
team," Bahr said. "It's like, we're
Michigan, and when we face teams
like Eastern, Ferris State, and Tol-
edo, we expect to win."
Hr vever, while the Wolverines'
three opponents may not be syn-
onymous with wrestling power-
houses, two of the schools, Toledo
and EMU, sent individuals to the
NCAA tournament last year.

"Toledo has a couple of real of
standing kids," Bahr noted. W.
One of Toledo's best is Jade
Mountrie, who will face Wolverine
Joey Gilbert. Mountrie won the 134-
pound weight division at the Ohio
Open, and enters with a perfect, 15-
0, record. However, Gilbert is
coming off a second-place finish in
Las Vegas.
Toledo heavyweight Brian Wal-
czak, at 12-3, will provide a ch4
lenge for Wolverine Phil Tomek,
who placed eighth in Las Vegas.
The top wrestlers for EMU are
Tony Venturini (118), whose record
is 18-5, and Chris Parent (150), at
11-6. Venturini lost to Wolverine
Salem Yaffai last week in Las
Vegas, as Yaffai took fourth place.
"They're competitive between the
118 to 134 weight classes," Bah
said. "But up and down their lineup
I don't know if they can go with
us."
Ferris State's best wrestlers are
Gary Hoppes (150, 8-5), and John
Zuccala (118, 6-4).
"They've got some good kids.
They've beaten Michigan State in
the past. Every once in a while
they'll come up and nip a Big Ten
school," Bahr said. "We want to
out there and kick some butt. That
the way the kids feel."

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