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Felsner, and David Oliver saved
Michigan; however, the Wolverines
can't always rely on that line - es-
pecially Felsner - to carry the
"That line is so hard to match up
with," Ohio State coach Jerry Welsh
said. "Whenever they need it, it
seems like one of those guys comes
up with the big play."
That line teamed up for the final
two Michigan tallies. With the
Wolverines trailing, 2-1, late in the
second, Michigan was on the power
play. With a draw outside the
Michigan blueline, Wiseman drew
the faceoff forward to a streaking
Felsner. Felsner took the puck, beat
Buckeye defender Tim Green, and
had a breakaway against OSU goalie
Mike Bales. Felsner stickhandled
past Bales and put the puck into the
"We saw a mistake in their de-
fense, and Denny knew what to do,"
Wiseman said. "I just put the puck
out there and Denny made a great
However, for the Wolverines to
succeed in the postseason, they can't
rely on individual plays. Instead,
they will need solid team play for 60
minutes. That has not been evident,
except for the series against Lake
Superior earlier this month.
Gophers dig for sweep of Blue
by Albert Lin "We're tied with them on the loss led all season by former Detroit said. "I don't really play on the
Daily Basketball Writer side and a game behind in the vic- Southwestern star Voshon Lenard, venge factor. I just play to win ev
The first time Michigan played tory column. If we want to remain in who is averaging 12.5 points a game. game. I wanna beat them beca
Minnesota this season, the Gophers the hunt for a first division finish, He scored a career-high 25 against they beat us, basically, not beca
were coming off a humiliating 46- it's an important game for us," the Wolverines in that first matchup. he's on the team."
point loss at the hands of Indiana. Michigan coach Steve Fisher said. "Voshon Lenard is having a fine Minnesota has not been very s
Minnesota bounced back and "They beat us at their place, and year for us," Haskins said. "He has cessful in Crisler Arena, to say
found a way to defeat the
The two teams have their rematch
tonight. And Minnesota is once
again coming off another blowout
loss, this time a 74-58 thumping by
the Fighting Illini.
The No. 20 Wolverines (6-5 Big
Ten, 15-6 overall) hope tonight's
contest has a different outcome from
the first meeting.
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we're coming off a tough loss to
Michigan State, so we need the vic-
tory - but so does Minnesota."
Fisher realizes his team lost a
good opportunity Saturday night to
move up in the standings.
"We knew it was gonna be a tight
ballgame," Fisher said. "We didn't
make the plays, we didn't catch the
breaks, we didn't have what it takes
to win the game down the stretch."
Despite the loss to Illinois, the
Gophers are performing beyond ex-
pectations and are the surprise club
of the Big Ten, holding down the
fourth spot in the conference.
"We're really excited about the
way we have played up to this
point," Gopher coach Clem Haskins
said. "You are always looking for
improvement both offensively and
defensively, but we're pleased with
our record up to now."
Minnesota (7-5, 15-10) has been
'if you look at the
players Michigan has
had over the years,
that's the reason we
haven't won many
- Clem Haskins
Minnesota head coach
not scored as much (since that
Michigan game), but he has played
as well, if not better, than he played
Wolverine frosh Chris Webber,
who lived two houses from Lenard
in Detroit, is eager to welcome his
neighbor's club to Ann Arbor.
"I just wanna beat them because
they have a better record than us,
and they beat us already," Webber
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"If you look at the players
Michigan has had over the years,
that's the reason we haven't won
many games there," Haskins said.
"They've had great players, great
fans, great coaching. But we don't
worry about the past."
One of the keys for the
Wolverines, said Fisher, will be lim-
iting Minnesota's opportunities at
the free throw line. Minnesota took
45 free tosses in that Jan. 11 contest,
scoring only six field goals in the
"We've got to defend without
fouling," Fisher said.
Fisher said he has not decided on
his starting lineup but is "leaning
toward" starting the five rookies
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