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Page 2-The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday- November 30, 1992

'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, November 30
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, December 1
Women's Basketball vs. Toledo, 7:30 p.m., Crisler
Arena
Men's Basketball at Rice, 9:30 p.m., Houston,
Texas, ESPN
Wednesday, December 2
No events scheduled.
Thursday, December 3
Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving,
Speedo Collegiate Cup, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Canham
Natatorium
Friday, December 4
Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving,
Speedo Collegiate Cup, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Canham
Natatorium
Ice Hockey vs. Michigan State, 7 p.m., Yost Ice
Arena
Wrestling at Las Vegas Classic, Las Vegas, Nev., All
Day
Saturday, December 5
Ice Hockey at Michigan State, 7 p.m., Munn Arena
Wrestling at Las Vegas Classic, Las Vegas, Nev., All
Day
Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving,
Speedo Collegiate Cup, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Canham
Natatorium
Women's Basketball at Indiana State, 7 p.m.,Terre
Haute, Ind.
Men's Basketball at Duke, 9 p.m., Cameron Indoor
Arena

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Bowl Breakdown
Tentative lineup for this season's bowls:
Silver: Bowling Green (9-2) vs. Nevada-Reno (7-4) - Dec. 18
Aloha: Brigham Young (8-4) vs. Kansas (7-4) - Dec. 25
Copper: Washington State (8-3) vs. Utah (6-5) - Dec. 29
Freedom: USC (6-3-1) vs. Fresno State (7-4) - Dec. 29
Holiday: Hawaii (8-2) vs. Illinois (6-4-1) - Dec. 30
Independence: Wake Forest (7-4) vs. Oregon (6-5) - Dec. 31
John Hancock: Arizona (6-4-1) vs. Baylor (6-5) - Dec. 31
Gator: Coalition team vs. No. 3 SEC team - Dec. 31
Liberty: Air Force (7-4) vs. 01' Miss (6-3) - Dec. 31
Hall of Fame: Boston College (8-2-1-) vs. Open - Jan. 1
Cotton: Texas A&M (11-0) vs. Coalition team - Jan. 1
Citrus: Ohio State (8-2-1) vs. No. 2 SEC team - Jan. 1
Blockbuster: Penn State (7-4) vs. Coalition team - Jan. 1
Fiesta: Coalition team vs. Coalition team - Jan. 1
Rose: Michigan (8-0-3) vs. Washington (9-2) - Jan. 1
Orange: Big Eight champ vs. Coalition team - Jan. 1
Sugar: SEC champ vs. Coalition team - Jan. 1
Peach: Mississippi State (7-4) vs. North Carolina (8-3) - Jan. 2
- The bowl coalition places teams according to final SEC,
SWC, Big East, ACC, and Big Eight standings, in addition to
Associated Press rankings.

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Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week Big Ten cager squads
__g____make conference proud

WHO: Jason Cluff
TEAM: Wrestling
HOMETOWN: Baroda, Mich.
YEAR: Senior
ELIGIBILITY: Senior
WHY: Cluff took an individual title at the Northern Open in the 126-pound bracket by
beating Wisconsin's Rocco Marchionda.
BACKGROUND: Has wrestled at both 118 and 126 pounds for Michigan ... was 193-+ in
high school ... three-time Michigan Class C state champion ... strung together 128
consecutive high school victories.

While Steve Fisher and company
may not have done anything to rein-
force their No. 1 ranking over
Thanksgiving break, several of the
Wolverines' fellow Big Ten squads
held up the conference's pride in
spectacular fashion.
In the annual Tipoff Classic,
Purduetunveiled college basketball's
next superstar, GlennrRobinson. En
route to a 73-69 Boilermaker victory
over No. 16 Connecticut, Robinson
dominated play on both ends of the
court, slamming home 30 points to
go with nine rebounds and two
blocked shots.
"He's one of the great players
you get once in a lifetime," Purdue
coach Gene Keady said. "This kid
has a chance to be a tremendous
player."
Robinson, a Prop 48 academic
casualty last year, let his actions
back up his coach's praise. While he
led the team in scoring, Robinson

did not have the benefit of many
plays designed specifically for him,
using one-on-one clearouts as his
main half court weapon.
Refusing to be outdone by their'
in-state rivals, the No. 4 Indiana
Hoosiers stormed through the
Preseason NIT. Besting top 10
squads Florida State and Seton Hall
in the semifinals and finals, respec-
tively, coach Bobby Knight's
Hoosiers claimed the annual New
York tournament's crown.
Paced by preseason all-America
Calbert Cheaney's back-to-back per-
sonal career scoring highs (30
against the Seminoles and 36 against
the Pirates), Indiana hit on all cylin-
ders to overcome the loss of forward
Pat Graham. Graham, who sustained
a season-ending metatarsal fracture
last year, suffered a similar foot in-
jury during the semifinal game, po-
tentially jeopardizing his career.
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Auburn's Pat Dye resigned his post, and
Tennessee's Johnny Majors was fired.

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