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GUARD~S
Continued from page 13
Senior Rob Pelinka (6-foot-
6, 193, a deft outside shooter
and intelligent floor player,
shined last year in the comeback
against the Spartans in East
Lansing. He made two clutch
treys to begin Michigan's second-
half comeback, and another
triple to start the scoring in
overtime.
Junior Jason Bossard (6-
foot-4, 196) was the hero of
many Wolverine fans last year
at the end of home games, which
was the only time Bossard saw
action. He electrified the Crisler
student section with a career-
high eight points in two min-
utes, including two treys, in
Michigan's 95-70 rout of Minne-
sota
Freshman Dugan Fife (6-
foot-2, 175) lit up the Clarkston
High School scoreboard for 27.7
points a game last year, but the
point guard may be hard-
pressed to find much court time
this year behind Rose and

Talley. Nevertheless, Fife said
he is not discouraged. "I'll just
come in there whenever they
need me," Fife said.
Rounding out the group are
walk-ons Sean Dobbins (6-foot-
1, 178) and Ricky Guzman (6-
foot-2, 175). Dobbins, a senior,
and Guzman, a rookie, will
probably see limited playing
time this year.
BIG TEN
Continued from page 7
knowledges that he needs to
experiment for the best results.
"We try to adapt to what we
have," Parkhill said.
Yes, it could be a long season
for the Nittany Lions. They are
buying into the hype. This Big
Ten ain't no New Coke. It's the
real thing, and it should bring us
one hell of a season.

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