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Tuesday, February 10, 2009 - 7

Puls steps up after
early foul trouble

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By JASON KOHLER
Daily Sports Writer
STORRS, Conn. -Withless than
two minutes left in the first half of
Saturday's 69-61 loss at Connecti-
cut, an unlikely player threw off his
warmup jersey and jogged onto the
floor: forward Eric Puls.
The redshirt freshman is Michi-
gan men's bas- MSU at
ketball coach
John Beilein's Michigan
last option on the Matchup:
bench and had MSU 19-4;
played just17 min- Michigan 15-9
utes prior to the When: 7 P.M.
Wolverines' trip
to Connecticut. Where:
o su Crisler Arena
Pots should
have never been TV: ESPN
in the game, but Live Blog:
Beilein had no http://the-
choice. He was game.blogs.
forced to throw in michigandaily.
the skinny, 6-foot- cow
10 Puls against the top-ranked
Huskies because the two Michigan
junior forwards, Zack Gibson
and DeShawn Sims, had already
picked up two fouls apiece.
It was the first time Puls
played anything other than gar-
bage minutes all year.
"I was ready to go," Puls said
after the game. "I knew Zack and
Peedi (Sims) had a couple fouls
on them. I thought we might
need me to come off the bench
and put in a few minutes."
Puls is just one of three Mich-
igan players taller than 6-foot-7.
Connecticut has seven.
Puls's assignment was to
box out Connecticut's mam-
moth 7-foot-3 center, Hasheem
Thabeet, prompting his team-
mates to yell, "Get 'em, E."
Puls stood his own and
wasn't pushed around, and even
recorded a block in the game.
And Puls wasn't the only Wol-
verine to play because of foul
trouble. Despite Beilein's insis-
tence that he wants to play just
an eight-manlineup, every player
except sophomore guard Kelvin
Grady saw the floor Saturday.
"One through 14, everyone's
ready," fifth-year senior guard
David Merritt said. "If (Beilein)
calls our namve, we're going. If
he doesn't call our name, we're
cheering on our teammates."
Foul trouble not only forced
Beilein to use his bench, but it
also allowed the Huskies to rack
up easy points from the line.
Connecticut was 19-of-25
from the charity strip while the

Wolverines were just 8-of-12.
"It's tough because they're get-
ting free shots at the basket and no
time is going off," fifth-year senior
guard C.J. Lee said. "Give theta
credit. They were making it tough
on defense. "
Many of Michigan's fouls came
from increased physical toughness
on defense. The Wolverines run a
four-guard system and gave up a lot
of size to the Huskies. Smallerplay-
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the bigger opponents.
"We weren't going to be out-
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today. We weren't going to be out-
scrapped for rebounds."
The players will need that same
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No. 9 Michigan State.
The Spartans' fast-paced tempo
is similar to Connecticut's, and
they have a roster with seven play-
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But they will most likely be with-
out their most prolific forward, Ray-

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Forward Zack Gibson's three fouls gave bench players the opportunity to shine.
mar Morgan, who Michigan State
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cent chance of playing because of a the Michigan ice
naggingcase of mononucleosis.
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GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Family members might be rebellious
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Keep track of your money today. You
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(Keep your receipts.)
VIRGO -
(Aug. 23to Sept. 22)
You feel independent and restless
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LIBRA
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you feel restless, nervous and edgy.

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Alternatively, you might meet someone
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(Nov. 22to Dec. 21)
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else.) Be careful. Don't put yourself into
a position where you have to explain
things later. Who needs this? You don't!
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
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level very soon.
AQ UARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Something about your partner's
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that you've been receiving is now unpre-
dictable. You might have to depend more
upon yourself in the immediate future.
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and friends. Everyone is unpredictable
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