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Page 10-The Michigan Daily- Friday, April 3, 1992

LINES
Continued from page 9
That was not the case yesterday.
In two powerplays in the third
period, when they could have tied
the score at three, the Wolverines
couldn't set up their offense and did
not even muster a single shot on
goal. And credit Wisconsin, it
wasn't a tired, scared NMU that
Michigan played.
The Badgers took the attitude,
we'll beat you, you can have your
luck." That didn't always work, but
it did against Michigan. The Badgers
hoad the attitude and this time they
had the luck, and now, they have a
chance for the national title.

I9 HOBEY BAKER AWARD
The winner of the 1992 Hobey Baker Memorial Award, given to college bockey's
premier player, will be announced today at 3p.m. in Albany, N.Y.

FINALIST, YR.
SCOTT BEATTIE, SR.
DUANE DERKSEN, SR.
DENNY FELSNER, SR.
ROB GAUDREAU, SR.
GREG JOHNSON, JR.
DANIEL LAPIERRE, SR.
DARRIN MADELEY, JR.
LARRY OLIMB, SR.
SCOTT PELLERIN, SR.
JEAN-YVES ROY, JR.

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LIN'
Continued from page 9
the upset Dec. 9, the college basket-
ball world was told to beware.
The Big Ten season was an up-
and-down campaign, the lowest
point being a loss to Ohio State
which came on the heels of a 96-78
blowout in Madison.
But that Ohio State game was
also the turning point, say the
Wolverines. Since then, the team has
won seven in a row and has reached
the Final Four.
But that is not enough for the
Wolverines. They are young, but
their goal is no less than to win the
National Championship.
The Wolverines now can make
themselves come out on top.
Defense wins championships. If
things go awash offensively,
Michigan tightens the reigns settles
back into its offense.
This team has reached a level
where if it decides to chalk up an-
other 'W', it will. The players chan-
nel all the negative comments made

about them into a desire to prove
they can be the best. No team plays
with as much emotion as Michigan.
If the Wolverines do not over-
look or underestimate Cincinnati, the
Bearcats should be merely another
stepping stone.
And then comes Duke - hope-
fully. All the players want the Blue
Devils again, and that's just as well.
Knight's team is the only one left in
America that owes Michigan and has
a chance to do something about it.
If the Wolverines get Duke
Monday night, chalk it up. Michigan
has talked all week about how there
is only one loss on its ledger it has
yet to avenge. The desire to beat ev-
ery team they have played this year
is enough to drive the Wolverines.
It's time for the Blue Devils to
turn over their mantle. And don't
think for a minute that Michigan will
not collect if given the chance. In the
Wolverines' minds, Duke has been
living on borrowed time. The Blue
Devils' grace period will run out
Monday night.
Payment due - in full.

FINAL FOUR

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Continued from page 9
up on offense.
"We present problems for peo-
ple," Huggins explained, "because
our guards can post low, and our big
people can go out on the floor and
pass the ball, handle it, and occa-
'Our guys aren't afraid :
to dream a little'
-Cincinnati coach
Bob Hug gins
sionally even be able to shoot it from.
out there."
But so can Michigan, as they
have proven all year. The size and
versatility of the Wolverine big men,
Chris Webber and Juwan Howard;
have given teams and coaches fits in
the tournament.
Rather, tournaments. Plural.
Because as the Wolverines will tell
you, this is the Minneapolis
Invitational - their last two-gan
tournament of the year.
Everybody in the tank.

Andrew M. Levy / DAILY GRAPHIC

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