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Friday,
December 8, 1995

M' loo 'to exorcise
Wolverines attempt to break Devils' 6-game streak
W Brent MCIntoSh scorers does not bode well for the Blu
Daiiy Sports Editor Devil's hopes. Duke is counting on senior
,Czechoslovakia had anew, non-Com- Who: guard Chris Collins and 6-5 sophomore
munist government. No. 22 Michigan(6-2) forward Ricky Price to pick up the scor
The Dalai Lama won the Nobel Prize. vs.No. 12 Duke (5-1) ing slack; last season the two average
Michigan fraternities were fighting to 3.9 and 8.1 points per game respectively
avoid an alcohol-free rush. "This is probably my most inexperi
It was the second week ofDecember in Tomorrow at 3 p~m. at enced group in a decade," Duke coach
1989-the last time Michiganbeat Duke Crisler Arena. The game will MikeKrzyzewski said. "Sometimes when
on the basketball court. be televised on CBS you're inexperienced you don't see th
The Wolverines have a chance to Players to watch: talent, but this is one of my least experi
change that when they take on the Blue Michigan: F Maurice Taylor {144 enced teams."
Devilsat3p.m.tomorrow atCrislerArena. ppg, 7r3 rpg), G Louis Bullock (14,3 But it is Coach K's return to the helm
CBS will televise the game nationally. ppg), F/C Maceo Baston (9.3 ppg, that has Duke fans believing once more
Last time they won, Bo Schembechler 4.9 rpg) - Krzyzewski is healthy again afte
Was leading Michigan football, George Duke: G Chris Collins (16 ppg), G coaching the Devilstoa9-3startlastyear
Bulh was leading the nation, and Louis Jeff Capel (15.3 ppg, 4.2 apg) They lost 15 of 19 without him.
Bullock was leading his seventh-grade With Krzyzewski back, the Blue Dev
basketball team. Those six wins include a 10-point vic- ils have jumped out to a 5-1 start. Coul
Behind 32 points from Sean Higgins, tory last season in Durham - a rare big there be reason for the Cameron Crazie
Michigan pulled off a 113-108 overtime win for a Blue Devil team that won only to find hope in this inexperienced squad'
victory in that clash of current and future two ACC games and finished at 13-18. "We won the Great Alaskan Shootout
iniafional champions. These arenot the Blue Devils ofyester- and sometimes you think you're back,'
Sincethen, history has been less kindto year, not the teams that won 95 consecu- Krzyzewski said. "We're not back."
thI Wolverines. tivenon-ACC home games.lllinoisbroke That's what the Wolverines are hop
-Sure, the Fab Five went to a couple that streak last week,cruising pastasetof ing, especially their lone senior, Dugai
Final Fours. Sure, Michigan has snagged Blue Devils that are depleted even by last Fife, who is looking to avoid a caree
some prime recruiting classes. year's woeful standards. blanking at the Blue Devils' hands.
Sure, they haven't beaten Duke since. Graduation claimed Duke'sfrontcourt: "I'm 0-3 so far," Fife said. "You wan
In what could be among the nation's Cherokee Parks and Erik Meek com- to beat every team while you're here
best interconference rivalries ifit weren't bined for an average of 29.3 points and Going down to Duke last year, their fan
so one-sided, the Blue Devils have won 17.6 rebounds last year. Of the two other were on us pretty hard, with the Fab Fiv
six in a row over the Wolverines. Michi- Devils who averaged double figures last never winning one."
gan coach Steve Fisher said last year that year,only6-foot-4juniorguardJeffCapel The last remnants of that group have
the series wouldn't be a rivalry unless will be in the lineup tomorrow. leftAnn Arbor,though,leavingthe daunt
Michigan managed to win some games. Trajan Langdon, an Alaskanative who ing challenge of beating Duke to anothe
"I said that somewhat facetiously," averaged 11.3 points his freshman year group of Wolverines.
Fisher said. "It doesn't make us look -and also played professional baseball Whilethefrontcourtbattlesshouldpro
good,though,that we've lost six in arow. - will sit out the season due to a knee vide a good show, the Blue Devils' big
Vthink the games have been very com- injury. gest challenge -literally, biggest-wil
petitive despite (that) fact." The loss of three of a bad team's top bestopping Michigan's postplayersfrom
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aomnatng ine paint. junior center %reg
Newton, who tips the scales at a mere 220
pounds, will be challenged with hauling
down boards for the Blue Devils; he is
averaged 6.9 per game.
But with Maurice Taylorabetter scorer
than any Devil, Maceo Baston a better
jumper, Robert Traylor weighing 55
pounds more than Duke's heftiest, and
Albert White comingoffa 14-point game,
Michigan should dominate inside.
Michigan's Willie Mitchell will be out
up to six weeks after arthroscopic surgery
on his knee.

MA RK FRlEWLiAN/Daily
Michigan4guard Louis Bullock (22) will try to follow up his game-winning performance against Louisiana State by helping the
Wolverines to their first win over Duke since 1989. The Blue Devils have won six In a row in the series.

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