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Hoosiers tabbed a

College Basketball Scene:
"If not for the NBA, the Fabulous

Five would be in their senior season and primed to challenge Arkansas for the national title."

The one constant in the Big Ten is
the success of Indiana. The Hoosiers
are in the thick of the conference race
every year and this season Bobby Knight
once again has an impressive unit.
Forward Alan Henderson returns
to Bloomington for his senior season
with high expectations. The 6-foot-9
veteran will be the main focus of the
Indiana basketball spotlight for the
first time in his career. Those who
know Hoosier
Indiana hoops know the
12-6, 21-9 intense amount
of pressure
Henderson will
be under.
"How we use
Henderson and
how we have to
use Henderson is
dependent on
what these other
Away: January 24 guys do," Knight
Home: February19 said. "I really
don't in particu-
lar want to have Henderson defend-
ing in the post. I'd like to get
Henderson into a position where he
can play with as much freedom and
being able to use him in as many ways
as possible."
Henderson has been inconsistent in
his career but had a very strong finish to
his 1993-94 campaign. Unlike his All-
Big Ten counterparts in Minneapolis
(Voshon Lenard) and Madison (Rashard
Griffith and Michael Finley), Henderson
will have a great amount of support on
both offense and defense.
Junior forward Brian Evans aver-
aged 12 points per game last season
and is an outstanding complement to
Henderson. He shot 47 percent from
3-point land last year.
"Evans can be an exceptionally
good basketball player," Knight said.
"I compare Evans to Ted Williams in
the outfield, figuring out which pitch
he was going to hit the next time at
bat. I'm not so sure that on defense
Evans isn't occassionally thinking
about where the hell his next shot is
going to come from.
"If we can get him to pay attention
to what the hell he is doing on defense
it would be an enormous help to us as
well as to Brother Evans."

Knight anticipates
the six freshmen
Bloomington can help
end of the floor. They [
ness as a group and Kn
they are hard workers,
The recruits are
Patterson, a 6-foot-8
Abilene, Texas. Mai
ranked Patterson as 01
high school players in
The freshman witl
to play early in the sea
guard Neil Reed. Pi
Sherron Wilkerson is
son with an injury lea
for a spot in the startii
open. Reed and Patte
McDonald's All-Ame
"It's a good groi
that works hard and w
ing," Knight said. "I
one of them is goin
contributor to basketb
will be freshmen play
Steve Hart will ha
able task of replacing
Damon Bailey. Hart
500 minutes as a fresh:
called on even mor
Wilkerson's injury.
Center Todd Linde
to become a more pro
rebounder during hisjL
The 7-footer average
3.9 rebounds per game
succeed he will have
both ends of the floor
Knight's biggest tas
ing the outstanding outs
Bailey and Pat Grahan
lost two players who
percent from the field ai
an average of more tha
game. Between Baile)
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November
21 Indiana vs Utah
21 Michigan vs. Tulane
24 Minnesota vs. Arizona
December
3 Duke vs. Illinois
3 Michigan at Tenn,-Chat.
3 Louisville at Michigan St.
13 Penn at Michigan
13 Cincinnati at Minnesota
17 Kansas at Indiana
January
3 Purdue at Michigan
10 Illinois at Purdue
14 Oklahoma St. at Mich. St.
17 Michigan at Illinois
22 Michigan St. at Michigan
24 Michigan at Indiana
26 Penn State at Wisconsin
29 St. John's at Michigan
31 Indiana at Purdue

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EVAN PETRIE/Daily
The pressure is on Indiana's Alan Henderson to fulfill expectations.
Gophers welcome back Lenard

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With five seniors, including three
returning starters, Minnesota looks to
be in the thick of things again in the
Big Ten race. Among those returners
is a player the Golden Gophers thought
they lost early to the NBA.
After being selected in the second
round by the Milwaukee Bucks,
Voshon Lenard decided to pass up the
NBA and return to college for another

year. In doing so, he has the chance to
go after a Minnesota all-time record
and lead the Gophers into the
postseason for the fourth straight year.
"We're very excited about having
Voshon back," Haskins said. "He's
got a chance to become the all-time
leading scorer at Minnesota."
See MINNESOTA, Page 26

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