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8The Daily Tar HeelFriday, January 29, 1988
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Talented Georgia Tech to meet UNC Saturday at 2
By CHRIS SPENCER
'Assistant Sporto Edtor
The Georgia Tech basketball team
is doing its best this season to imitate
many past Atlanta sports legacies
,you know, high expectations, but
If you're a Tech fan, it makes you
want to go slap Ted Turner or Joe
Torre for creating this monster,
J Yellow Jacket head coach Bobby
ICremins said at the beginning of the
Jseason that his squad was overrated,
but with a powerful frontline tandem
of senior Duane Ferrell and junior
Tom Hammonds added to freshman
sensation Dennis Scott and steady
'sophomore Brian Oliver, you
Wouldn't help but grin mischievously
;at the Silver Fox's words.
However, the Jackets had lost two
' straight ACC games, including an
embarrassing performance at Virgi
nia last Saturday, before evening their
conference record at 2-2, 14-4 overall,
; with a win over Clemson Tuesday.
j Saturday, Cremins must take his
club on the road once again, this time
to Chapel Hill to face the third
ranked North Carolina Tar Heels.
"It's just another typical great
North Carolina team," Tech coach
Bobby Cremins said.
The recurring problem of having
no legitimate center must surely
Haunt Cremins late at night. Not since
the "Haitian Creation," known to the
rest of the world as Yvon Joseph,
tjave the Ramblin' Wreck had a
strong man in the middle.
' Cremins latest project there is 6-root-11
sophomore James Munlyn,
'f ho has more talent in his left foot
than Cremins' last project, Antoine
Tord, who mercifully transferred to
But Munlyn has yet to make his
rjiark on the basketball world, aver
aging just four points a game.
So, therein lie the Jackets woes.
But in case you have hibernated up
to this point in the season, let's
recount the strengths of the Techsters.
C The 6-foot-7 Ferrell has been a
I Georgia Tech I Edge 1 UNC
Brian Oliver (1 2.7 ppg) is solid, Bruce Ranzino Smith (1 2.8 ppg) is more of a
f Dalrymple-type player. Craig Neal WSr leader tnan many think. Junior Jeff
vlUSTuS (7.3 ppg, 7.3 apg) leads the ACC in GgESp! Lebo (1 3.7 ppg) has a sore knee, but
assists and is playing solid at the point tfgga4 should play. He's a strong point too.
FroshDennisScott(14.8ppg)hitfor ,&Xh Scott Williams (12.6 ppg) may have
ETNPiir ys4r eight treys in one game this year, and 'Vtfcf played his best game Sunday. Steve
rOlWaiUS isn't shy of the drive. Duane Ferrell GgteS! Bucknali (8.7 ppg) also had a solid
(1 9.4 ppg) is a tough, explosive player. effort vs. State, but stability needed.
Tom Hammonds (18.3 ppg) at 6-9 has This space should be left blank it's
been playing out of position for past 4i$p hard to say anything else about J.R.
wGniGl two seasons. Strong on defense, but ffSWffiC Reid. Hits for 20 ppg, pulls in 8.6 rpg.
can anyone slow down J.R. Reid? OJiOkIILj Would and will be a great NBA player.
The Jackets' biggest weakness. Top Tar Hee,s 9 our deeP on bencn-
p I sub James Munlyn (3.6 ppg) gives Good help from Kevin Madden (16
DwllCn Hammonds a breather, but could wfrfS points Sun.), Pete Chilcutt (7.4 ppg)
cause him hyperventilation. MiKflG an( freshmen Fox and Rice.
Bobby Cremins is 111-70 in six So what if he doesn't have a great
seasons in Atlanta. He is a great hairdo like Bobby's Dean Smith is
VsOSCninCI recruiter and motivator, but his JfiJ 625-177 for his 27 years in Chapel
teams have often been lacking. MMj lE Hi"' and 27-5 a9a,nst tne Jackets-
mainstay in the ACC since his
Rookie-of-the-Year 1984-85 cam
paign. He is an explosive player who
currently averages 19.4 points and 6.5
rebounds per contest. This guy should
be a ferocious NBA player.
For a forward, the 6-foot-9 Ham
monds plays center pretty well, as he
has been doing for two years now.
He hits for 18.3 points and 6.1 boards
per game and will probably draw J.R.
Reid in Saturday's contest due to his
tough defensive play.
Scott came to Chapel Hill last
summer for the U.S. Olympic Festival
very overweight, but he has slimmed
down since then.
The 6-foot-8 forward guard aver
ages 14.8 points and provides Tech
with a legitimate three-point threat,
so much so that former Maryland
Lefty Driesell said last week, "YouVe
got to let a guy like that keep shootin'
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MEN'S FENCING in dual meets at
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TRACK at University of Florida
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the three-pointer because he may turn
around and hit 10 in a row."
Oliver is a solid guard who aver
ages 12.2 points per game. At the
point is senior Craig "Noodles" Neal,
who is probably pinching himself
constantly these days because of his
highly improved play.
"Our confidence level right now is
not very high," Cremins said. "We're
struggling, and we need a big boost.
We need to get a good game from
everyone. That's something we
haven't been able to do yet."
Dean Smith brings his squad into
Saturday's game considerably disap
pointed after last night's shocking loss
to Wake Forest, 83-80.
In the last week the Tar Heels are
1-2, losing to fifth-ranked Duke 70
69 before downing N.C. State 77-73.
Who knows how this team will react
Saturday against Tech?
Leading the way for 14-3, 3-2
North Carolina is, of course, Reid,
who muscles and drop-steps his way
to the tune of 20 points per game.
Junior point guard Jeff Lebo adds
13.7 points as well, but has a sore
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By DAVE GLENN
Swimmers and divers from
Georgia and Virginia will invade
Koury Natatorium this weekend
to take on two hungry Tar Heel
squads that have something to
UNC's llth-ranked women's
team dives into action Friday
afternoon against the University of
Georgia's sixth-ranked women.
The Tar Heels will be looking for
the upset that escaped them two
weeks ago against a strong Clem
North Carolina swimming
coach Frank Comfort said the
Georgia squads will be a strong
challenge for both the men's and
"In the women's meet, we're
looking to be competitive against
a top team and we think we can
be," Comfort said. "The men's
meet looks like an even matchup
anything can happen there."
The UNC men's team, with a
record of 7-0 (3-0 in the ACC),
looks to continue its winning
streak against Georgia before their
Super Sunday showdown at 1 p.m.
with the defending ACC cham
pion Virginia Cavaliers.
The men have defeated two
nationally ranked teams this year,
but have not yet been welcomed
to the Top 20. A victory against
Virginia might open some eyes.
The 5-2 Cavaliers (2-0 in the
ACC) stroll into town to face a
Tar Heel lineup that can't forget
its big loss in a dual meet at
Virginia last year.
Sophomore sprinter Tod
Schroeder, who has the best time
in the country (20.21) in his 50
yard freestyle event, tells the tale.
"If there was a revenge factor
(earlier this year) against Clemson,
you wouldn't believe the way we
look at Virginia," Schroeder said.
But Comfort spoke of the
Virginia meets as he would any
"I don't feel like I have to say
much (in preparation) about
winning and losing," Comfort
said. "I just tell them to concen
trate on performing to the best of
their abilities and leave the rest to
For the women, "the rest" will
fall on the shoulders of Susan
O'Brien, Kim Beattie, Wendy
Powers and Co. when the Tar
Heels confront the 15th-ranked
Virginia women (6-2, 1-1 in the
The 7-1 Tar Heels (2-1 in the
ACC) will face the top relay teams
in the country, but will try to
utilize their depth and balance to
rise to the occasion.
Comfort said that history favors
the Tar Heels.
"Our women have never lost a
dual meet to Virginia," Comfort
said. "WeVe worked hard, and I
trust that the streak will continue."
The streak's future depends on
the performance of the Tar Heel
Ail-American trio of O'Brien,
Beattie and Powers against a
Virginia squad led by national
powers Sudi Miller and Betsy
ODonnell along with super fresh
man Melanie Valeric
O'Brien, who has two of the best
backstroke times in the nation,
said that the relationship between
the two teams is not a friendly one.
"There are more bad feelings for
them than for any cfVer ACC
team," O'Brien said. ' 1 1 -re's
always been a lot of animosity
O'Brien added that it's going to
take a team effort to get the win.
"The strengths and weaknesses
of both teams don't always match
up," O'Brien said. "Whoever
dominates their stronger events
will get the win."
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