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By JOHN EISENBERG | April 4, 1993
At the sound of the final buzzer, Michigan coach Steve Fisher began sprinting down the sideline toward the Kentucky bench, racing, racing, as if he was worried that someone might reverse the ending if he didn't shake Rick Pitino's hand within seconds of the last dribble.Pitino saw Fisher coming. The look on Pitino's face was the look of devastation. He was resigned, his pierced eyes suddenly gone hazy, his pointed shoulders suddenly slumped. Behind him, sharing the expression, were his players.
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March 16, 1995
(At Dayton, Ohio)1. Kansas (23-5)Coach: Roy Williams.Tourney fact: Has been to Final Four twice in the '90s.Key player: Jacque Vaughn. Terrific distributor. The perfect point guard for the Jayhawks' unselfish offense.Comment: Has depth, size, outside shooting, Vaughn and a coach with a history of tournament success.4. Virginia (22-8)Coach: Jeff Jones.Tourney fact: Last reached Final Four in 1984.Key player: Senior forward Junior Burrough led the team with 17.7 points and 8.2 rebounds.Comment: Cavaliers play tough defense but are inconsistent with the ball.
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March 16, 1995
(At Dayton, Ohio)1. Kansas (23-5)Coach: Roy Williams.Tourney fact: Has been to Final Four twice in the '90s.Key player: Jacque Vaughn. Terrific distributor. The perfect point guard for the Jayhawks' unselfish offense.Comment: Has depth, size, outside shooting, Vaughn and a coach with a history of tournament success.4. Virginia (22-8)Coach: Jeff Jones.Tourney fact: Last reached Final Four in 1984.Key player: Senior forward Junior Burrough led the team with 17.7 points and 8.2 rebounds.Comment: Cavaliers play tough defense but are inconsistent with the ball.
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By Mitch Albom and Mitch Albom,Detroit Free Press | April 5, 1993
NEW ORLEANS -- When tonight's game is over, and the Michigan kids look anxiously for their parents in the tunnel, the way most college players do, Juwan Howard will be alone for one hurtful moment.He was raised by his grandmother. She died the day he committed to Michigan. So when his teammates share their joy or seek parental comfort, when they hug their mothers and fathers, Howard will close his eyes and pretend he's hugging his Grandma. "Just because I'm here, and she's there in heaven, doesn't mean we can't do the same thing as these guys."
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By Mitch Albom and Mitch Albom,Detroit Free Press | April 5, 1993
NEW ORLEANS -- When tonight's game is over, and the Michigan kids look anxiously for their parents in the tunnel, the way most college players do, Juwan Howard will be alone for one hurtful moment.He was raised by his grandmother. She died the day he committed to Michigan. So when his teammates share their joy or seek parental comfort, when they hug their mothers and fathers, Howard will close his eyes and pretend he's hugging his Grandma. "Just because I'm here, and she's there in heaven, doesn't mean we can't do the same thing as these guys."
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September 21, 2001
Basketball Pistons: Named Bill Laimbeer TV analyst. College Lafayette: Named Bruce McCutcheon director of athletics. Valdosta State: Announced that sophomore basketball F Ben Bates left team. Football Browns: Signed CB Ray Jackson. Signed DB Deke Cooper to practice squad. Placed DB Lamar Chapman on IR with knee injury. Lions: Signed WR Hilton Alexander to practice squad. Hockey Panthers: Signed RW Valeri Bure to three-year contract.
SPORTS
November 6, 1995
BasketballOrlando Magic: Waived F Larry Stewart (Coppin State). Signed G Anthony Bowie.Grand Rapids Mackers (CBA): Signed F Ray Jackson and G Corwin Woodard.CollegeCentennial Conference: Named Western Maryland QB Brian Van Deusen (Atholton) Offensive Player of the Week after he threw for 3 TDs and ran for 1 in a 39-6 win at Swarthmore. He completed 21 of 30 passes for 270 yards, pushing his all-time passing-yards total to 7,073.HockeyLos Angeles Kings: Signed LW Vladimir Tsyplakov, third-round draft choice, to a two-year contract.
SPORTS
September 1, 2001
College Dartmouth: Announced retirement of AD Dick Jaeger, effective June 2002. North Carolina: Announced that S Marcus Jones will receive medical hardship because of pain in his knee and DL Antavis Barrino will not enroll this semester because of mononucleosis. St. Joseph's, Pa.: Named Rob Herzog and Rob McCracken men's assistant lacrosse coaches. Washington College: Named Michael Kent and Josh Rudder men's lacrosse assistant coaches. Football Bears: Waived G-C Brad Williams, WR Fred Coleman and T Stan Bennett.
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November 16, 2005
On November 11, 2005, LINDA JOYCE (nee Hutschenreuter) HARMAN, devoted wife of Ron Harman, beloved step-mother of Scott and Patti Harman, Todd and Vandy Harman and Jill and Ray Jackson. Loving grandmother of Raymond, Tyler, Nicole, Chase, Lindsey, Kendall, Matt, Ben and Chris. Beloved daughter of George and Joyce (nee Impleton) Hutschenreuter, Jr. beloved sister of Donna Shipley, Anita Hutschenreuter, Debra Tello and George Hutschenreuter III. Dear aunt of Derek, Christopher, Tanya, Justin, Maria, Joshua, and the late Donald Hargest Jr. A Memorial Service will be held at St. John's - Lutheran Church, 8808 Harford Rd. Parkville on Friday at 12 P.M. with a reception to immediately follow at the Towson GOlf and Country Club, 12801 Stone Hill Rd, Phoenix.
SPORTS
June 26, 1996
BaseballAmerican League: Suspended Red Sox P Eric Gunderson and Rangers OF Lou Frazier three games each for their parts in June 15 brawl.Athletics: Activated IF Scott Brosius from 15-day DL.Blue Jays: Placed OF Juan Samuel on 15-day DL. Activated OF Otis Nixon from DL.Brewers: Agreed to terms with P Jose Garcia, 1B Kevin Barker, 3B Joshua Klimek, OF Ramon Fernandez, P Philip Kendall and P Al Hawkins. Assigned Garcia, Kendall, Hawkins, Klimek and Fernandez to Rookie League Helena and Barker to Rookie League Ogden.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | April 4, 1993
At the sound of the final buzzer, Michigan coach Steve Fisher began sprinting down the sideline toward the Kentucky bench, racing, racing, as if he was worried that someone might reverse the ending if he didn't shake Rick Pitino's hand within seconds of the last dribble.Pitino saw Fisher coming. The look on Pitino's face was the look of devastation. He was resigned, his pierced eyes suddenly gone hazy, his pointed shoulders suddenly slumped. Behind him, sharing the expression, were his players.
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February 25, 2000
Baseball Angels: Agreed to one-year contracts with OF Mike Colangelo, OF Elpidio Guzman and IF Trent Durrington. Blue Jays: Signed P Gary Glover, P John Sneed, P John Bale, OF Andy Thompson and C John Phelps to one-year contracts. Diamondbacks: Signed P Troy Brohawn, P Stephen Randolph and IF Danny Klassen to one-year contracts. Agreed to one-year contract with C Rod Barajas. Rangers: Signed P Doug Davis, P Juan Moreno and C Cesar King to one-year contracts. Tigers: Agreed to one-year contracts with IF Gabe Alvarez, IF Pedro Santana, IF Rob Sasser and P Victor Santos on one-year contracts.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | March 30, 1992
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Only at the end, as the raucous celebration erupted around them, did Jalen Rose and Chris Webber look like freshmen yesterday.No sooner had Michigan secured a spot in next week's Final Four than Rose and Webber collapsed to the floor, a pair of giddy 19-year-olds looking for a place to share a private moment.And the moment truly was theirs after a 75-71, overtime victory over Ohio State in the NCAA Southeast Regional final.Webber, who had 23 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots, held four fingers in the air and kept repeating the words "Final Four" to Michigan fans in Rupp Arena.
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