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By Dan Stillman
Daily Sports Writer
The world of college basketball is
not entirely pleased with the
University of Michigan right now.
Athletic Director Tom Goss started a
chain reaction of commotion and
annoyance throughout college athletic
and media-relation departments when
he fired coach Steve Fisher last
Saturday and announced he would
immediately embark on a national
search for a successor, just days before
most teams start practice.
Goss, who said he hopes to name a
replacement by Wednesday at the ear-
liest and Friday at the latest, said he
has talked to 22 to 25 coaches since
Sunday. Goss also said he has nar-
rowed his list of candidates to about
eight.
While it is not required by the
NCAA, Goss has been asking coach-
es' athletic directors for permission
before speaking to potential candi-
dates. Goss said he is doing so out of
courtesy.
Some of those athletic directors
have been tcss than accomodating.
"Goss called and was not given per-
MANLa , mission," said Bill Rowe, athletic
e director at Southwest Missouri State.
aun. "(Coach Steve) Alford has a window

of opportunity of 45 days after the end
of the season when other schools can
talk to him.
"If (Michigan) wants to hire an
interim coach and then talk to our guy
after the season, that's fine. But not
now, a few days before practice."
Providence Athletic Director John
Marinatto also reportedly denied per-
mission when Goss called about coach
Pete Gillen.
And as quickly as Goss comes call-
ing, so does the media, hungry to find
out who might be on Goss's list.
Even before last Saturday's
announcement of Fisher's dismissal,
speculation engulfed the campus of
California that coach Ben Braun was
already in Ann Arbor, ready to take
over the Michigan program.
But it wasn't until Tuesday, Goss
said, that he had his first conversation
with Braun. Just hours afterward, Cal
locked up Braun through the year 2004
with a two-year contract extension and
a salary increase.
As for who the other candidates
might be, the only additional one Goss
has confirmed is former Bdrigham
Young coach Roger Reid.
Goss said he might have been able
to reveal more of the candidates if the
timing was different.

"In some cases, one of the reasons
they decline is because of the status of
people knowing that they were talk-
ing," Goss said. "It's so different with
the closeness of the season."
As the Wolverines prepare to start
practice today under the guidance of
assistant coach Brian Ellerbe, Goss is
off to meet face-to-face with candi-
dates.
Thursday, he interviewed former
Michigan basketball great Cazzie
Russell in Ann Arbor before leaving
town to conduct more intersviews.
Goss said he will return today and
may conduct more interviews during
the first part of next week.
Russell is now a second-year coach
at Savannah College of Art and
Design. Russell's Bees went 16-9 in
his first season and finished with a No.
7 ranking in the NCAA Division Ill
southern region polls.
Reid's Cougars made the NCAA
tournament five times during his
tenure and finished first in the Western
Athletic Conference three times.
Other names circulating in the
media include Oklahoma's Kelvin
Sampson, Tulane's Perry Clark,
Illinois State's Kevin Stallings,
Bradley's Jim Molinari and ILeonard
Hamilton from Miami (Fla.).

No. Name
2 Woodson, Charles**
a Btuoks, Tdd"*
3 Kuislue Brandon
4 Shaw, Russell*
4 Downs, David
5 Whitley, James
6 Edwards, Manus
7 Floyd, Chris***
8 Huward, Chris***
8 Pris, Ryn
9 Johnson, DiAllo
10 Brady, Tom
2 Wistet, Francis***
a1 Wstert, Albert*t
11 Wistert, Alvin***
12 Dreisbach, Scott**
13 Kapse, Jason
14 Grese, rins"'
15 Patmon, DeWayne
15 Williams, Dan
16 Washington, Brent*
17 Saatgent, Cuts
17 Henman, Chad
18 Brown, LeAundre
1s Bergn, Musts
19 Wright, Arn
20 Gold, Ian*
22 Bryant, Kevi'
22 Peterson, William
2 Pasachetk, Sct
24 McCall, Patrick
25 Quinn,Terrence**
26 Mayes, Eric**
26 Clyne, Jason
27 Smith, Demetrius
28 Taylor, Daydrion**
29 Say. Marcus**
an Weahers,Anre"*
31 Jackson, Kenneth*
32 Thomas, Anthony
22 Wit ass, larence**
24 Barkits, rc
34 Cummings, Jason
35 Jackson, Ray
36 Shea, Aaron*
36 Fraumann, Bob
37 Anderson, Kurt
38 Jordan, Anthony
38 Vinson, Jason
39 Ford, J.R.
40 Rosel. Eric
41 Hendricks, Tommy'
42 Schanski Tate*
43 Copenhaver, Clint**
44 Swett. Rob***
45 Holtry, Jeff*
45 Petterson Darren
46 Baker, Kraig
47 0nsterbaan Bennie***
48 Ford, Gerald***
49 Feely, Jay**
49 Johnson, Matt
50 Crispin, David
52 Ziemann, Chris*
54 Williams. Maurice
55 Jones, Dhani*
56 Hall, James*
57 Singletary, Chris*
58 Renes, Rob*
59 Brooks, Grady
60 Miller, Nate
63 Warner, Eric
64 Frazier, Steve
65 Sechler, Andy
67 Brandt, David
68 Adami, Zach***
69 Mssa, Tdd
71 Potts, Jeffl
72 Mast, Ben
73 Tannous. Paul
74 Brooks, Jason
75 Adkins, Adam
76 Hutchinson, Steve
77 Jansen, Jon**
78 Parker, Noah*
79 Backus, Jeff
80 Tuman, Jerame**
81 Steele, Glen***
82 Carpenter, Chad
83 Johnson, Jerry
84 Thompson, Shawn
85 Knight, Marcus*
86 Streets, Tai**
87 Kramer, Ron***
88 Campbell, Mark**
89 Keefer, Colby
90 Feazell, Juaquin**
91 Williams, Josh*
92 Stock, Chad
93 Sword, Sam**
93 Roth, Chris
94 Wilson, Eric
95 Kratus, Pat*
95 Del Verne, Jeff
96 Seymour, Bill
97 Ostrom, Lance
98 Harmon, Tom***
99 Frysinger, Jake
99 Smokevitch, Jeff

Pos. Ngt. Wgt.
CB 6-1 198
W R 6-1 197
PK 510 160
WR 6-0 186
CB 5.7 167
CB 5-11 185
RB 58 178
FB 6-1 231
RB 511 215
FS 62 179
FS 6-3 193
QB 6-5 223
932-32
T 194042
T 194749
QB 6-4 210
Q5 6-6 234
Q5 623 207
DB 6-0 176
QB 6-0 164
CB 60 191
P 62 199
WR 5-10 181
CB 510 182
QS 6-2 195
WR 60 174
ILB 6-1 205
WR 6-0 182
CS 60 192
WR 61 191
RB 510 186
WR 510 189
ILB 511 226
PK 6 3 186
FB 62 270
FS 60 197
hS 60o 210
CB 61 188
CB 510 190
RB 61 225
RB 59 15
CS 62 209
RB 511 171
RB 62 207
TE 64 249
LB 6 3 210
LB 64 250
LB 6-0 206
P 6-2 191
RB 5-8 203
DB 6-3 200
SS/FS 6-2 205
RB 5-11 202
OLo 6-4 243
ILB 6-3 239
OLB 6-3 241
WR 510 175
PK/P 6-1 183
E 1925-27
C 1932-34
PK 5-10 206
SS 5-10 180
ILB 6-1 234
OL 6-7 283
DL 6-5 281
ILB 6-2 225
DE/LB 63 251
LB/DE 6-2 233
NT 6-1 286
DE/LB 6-2 246
DL 63 277
OG 6-5 250
C/sG 6-4 288
OLB 6-1 231
OG/C 64 290
C/OG 65 296
01G 623 299
0T 67 294
OT 6-4 275
OT 65 289
C 6-3 291
OL 64 260
OG 6-5 292
OT 67 299
OG 6-4 299
OT 6-6 285
TE 6-5 249
DE 65 289
TE 64 243
WR 6-4 185
TE 6-4 227
WR 6-1, 173
WR 6-4 190
E 1954-56
TE 6-6 253
TE 6-3 237
DE 6-4 275
DT 6-3 271
PK 5-10 185
ILB 6-2 242
FB 5-11 224
NT 6-4 271
DT 6-3 271
PK 5-11 216
DL/LB 6-3 235
TE 6-7 257
HB 1938-40
LB 6-4 243
LB .6-0 . 207

Yr. Elig. Hometown
Jr. Jr. Fremont, Ohio
Sr. Jr. Freeprt, Il.
Jr. Sa. Boca Raon, Fla.
Sr. Sr. Los Angeles
Jr. So. Detroit
Fr. Fr. Norfolk, Va.
So, Fr. Henderson, Nev.
Sr. Sr. Detroit
Sr. Sr. River Ridge,L a.
So. Fr. Grand Rapids
Jr. So. Detroit
Jr. So. San Mateo, Calif.
NUMBER RETRED
NUMBER RETIE
Sr. Jr. Mishawaka, Ind.
So. Fr. Eden Prarie, Minn.
Sr. Sr. Miami
Fr. Fr. San Diego
So. Fr. Temperance
Jr. so. tInkster
S. r. South Lyon
So. Fr. Temperance
So. Fr. Fort Worth, Texas
Jr. So. Roheser ills
So. C. Highand illage, Teas
So. So. Belleville
Jr. So. Farmington Hills
Fr. r. Unionow, Penn.
Sr. Jr. Temperance
Fr. Fr. Carson, Calif.
Sr. Jr. Flint
Sr. Sr. Kalamazoo
Jr. So. New Baltimore
Fr. Fr. Calumet Park, II
Jr. Jr. Longview, Texas
Sr. Jr. Cr ambus, Ohio
Sr Jr. Flit
Jr. So. Houston
Fr. Fr. Winnfield, La.
Jr. Jr. Detroit
Cr. C. Pien Crd, Ten.
Sr. Jr. Kalamazoo
Fr. Fr. Indianapolis
Jr. So. Ottawa, IIl.
Fr. Fr. Deerfield, Ill.
Fr. Fr. Glenbrook, Ii.
Fr Fr. Jersey City, NJ.
Sr. Jr. Troy
Jr. So. COlumbus, Ohio
Fr. Cr. Liberal. Kan.
So. So. Houston
Jr. So. Perry
Sr. Jr. Brighton
Sr. Sr. Chalfont, Pa.
So. So. Salt Lake City
Sr. Jr. Flint
Sr. Jr. Terre Haute, Ind.
NUMBER RETIRED
NUMBE R R E TIRED
Sr. Jr. Odessa, Fla.
Jr. So. New Buffalo
Sr. Sr. Dearborn Heights
Jr. So. Aurora, Ill.
Fr. Fr. Detroit
So. So. Potomac, Md.
Jr. So. New Orleans
Sr. Jr. Detroit
Jr. So. Holland
So. Fr. Dallas
Sr. Jr. Imlay City
So. Fr. Brighton
Jr. So. Kingwood, Texas
So. Fr. Union City
So. Fr. Jenison
Sr. Sr. Maumelle, Ark.
Fr. r. Darien, Consn.
Jr. So. Three Rers
Fr. Fr. Massillon, Ohio
So. Fr. Houston
Fr. Fr. Cleveland
Fr. Fr. Troy
So. Fr. Coral Springs, Fla.
Sr. Jr. Clawson
Sr. Jr. Milton, Fla.
So. Fr. Norcross, Ga.
Sr. Jr. Liberal, Kan.
Sr. Sr. Ligonier, Ind.
So. Fr. Bloomington, Ind.
So. Fr. Crowley, La.
Fr. Fr. Saginaw
So. So, Sylacauga, Ala.
Jr. Jr. Matteson, Il.
NUMBER RETIRED
Sr. Jr. Clawson
Sr. Sr. Holly
Sr. Jr. Ft. Valley, Ga
Jr. So. Houston
Jr. So. Temperance
Sr. Jr. Saginaw
So. Fr. Windsor, Ont.
So. Fr. Monroe
Jr. So. Rocky River, Ohio
So. Fr. Sylvania, Ohio
Fr. Fr. Mishawaka, Ind.
Sr. Sr. Plainwelt
NUMBER RETIRED
Fr. Fr. Grosse lIe
Jr. So. Birmingham
* indicates varsity letters won

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