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,6C NEWS-PRESS, MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1989 Pitt overcomes Sooners; Virginia downs Tar Heels News-Press Wire Services PITTSBURGH Pitt Coach Paul Evans didn't expect Oklahoma to play very good defense on Brian Shorter Sunday. Evans was right. The third-ranked Sooners' starting frontline got in foul trouble early and Shorter took advantage to score a career-high 37 points and grab 12 rebounds as the Panthers ended Oklahoma's 11-game winning streak with a 99-91 upset victory at Fitzgerald Field House. "We got some of their players in foul trouble pretty early and they weren't contesting too many of my shots," Shorter said. "They were just standing around when I got the ball. And I was just making the shots." The Oklahoma (13-2) starting frontline of Stacey King, Tyrone Jones and Mike Bell each drew three fouls In the first half and Shorter dissected them for 22 points to give Pitt (8-6) a 55-49 halftime advantage. King drew his fourth foul with 1 1 :58 to go in the game and had to lay off Shorter, who scored 1 1 points in the final 10 minutes. Shorter, a 6-foot-6 sophomore who sat out last season because of Proposition 48, has shot a sizzling 67 percent from the field (82 of 123) in his last 10 games. Sunday, he was 1 1-of-14 from the floor and 15 of 18 shots from the foul line. Pitt, playing its fourth Top Ten team in 17 days, also got a big boost from forward Rod Brookin, who came off the bench early to replace starter Darelle Porter who had the flu. Brooken scored a career-high 24 points. Brookin scored in double figures for just the fourth time this season. His previous high was 23 points against Oklahoma two years ago. "You saw the real Pitt team today," Oklahoma Coach Billy Tubbs said. "They worked us physically and emotionally." The Sooners wasted a 37-point effort by guard Mookie Blaylock and a 26-point effort by King, who made his first start in four games because of a broken left index finger. OKLAHOMA (91) Jonei 0-9 0-1 0, Bell 1-3 0-1 2, King 12-19 2-J 26, Blaylock 12-289-1037, Mulllns2-0-l 5, Holmes 0-1 0- 20, Henry 1-1 3-4 5, Wiley 7-8 2-4 16, Martin 0-20-0 0. Total35-77 16-2591. PITTSBURGH (99) Shorter 11-14 15-1137, Porter 2-7 2-5 6, Marln3-4 5-6 11, Matthews 3-10 0-0 8, Miller 4-9 2-3 13, Cavanaugh 0-30-10, BrooKIn 8-166-924. Totals31-6330-4299. Halltlme - Pittsburgh 55, Oklahoma 49. Three-point goals Oklahoma 5-19 (Jones 0-6, Blaylock 4-10, Mullins 1-3), Pittsburgh 7-17 (Porter 0-1, Matthews 2-4, Miller 3-7, Brookin 2-5). Fouled out Jones, Wiley. Rebounds Oklahoma 42 (King 9), Pittsburgh 45 (Shorter 12). Assists Oklahoma 17 (Jones, Blaylock, Mullins, Henry 4), Pittsburgh 20 (Porter 5). Total touls -Oklahoma 29, Pittsburgh 22. Technicals - Oklahoma Coach Tubbs, Pitt Coach Evans. A 6,798. Virginia 106 North Carolina 83 . CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. Richard Morgan scored a career-high 39 points and Virginia (8-6, 1-2) trounced No. 8 North Carolina (14-3, 1- 1) in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Morgan, a 6-foot-4 senior guard, made a school-record 8 of 14 shots from three-point range as Virginia broke a five-game losing streak. It was the Cavaliers' first victory since Coach Terry Holland was hospitalized Jan. 1 for stomach surgery. Holland, who was released from the University of Virginia Medical Center earlier Sunday, visited with the COUPON I I Burger Fry Drink I $1.99$r j . Freeh hot off tha grill hamburger I famous "Spicy" Skooter (riot any 16 oz. toft drink I I With coupon only I Offer expires 4-1-89 Corner of Fowler & Winkler j SEEMNAR PRESENTED BY BILL SHELLEY'S SCHOOLS OF GOLF) Jail" J America's. 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VIRGINIA (106) Stlth 3-7 1-2 7, Blundln2-6 4-6, Dabbs 1-50-0 2, Morgan 13-255-6 39, Crotty2-42-37, Turner 4-64-5 12, C.W!lliams6-6 0-2 12, Oliver 3-7 6-6 12, Balr0-1 0-00, Daniel 1-3 4-4 6, Cooke 0-0 1-2 1, Katstra0-00-00. Totals - 35-7027-36 106. Halftime - Virginia 50, North Carolina 41. Three-point goals North Carolina 5-26 (Madden 0-5, S. Williams 0-1, Bucknall 0-6, Lebo 3-6, Fox 0-2, Rice 1-1, Davis 1-3, Denny 0-2), Virginia 9-17 (Morgan 8-14, Crotty 1-2, Turner 0-1). Fouled out Fox. Rebounds North Carolina 39 (Fox 7), Virginia 44 (Blundln 9). Assists -North Carolina 6 (Lebo, Fox 2), Virginia 17 (Crotty 5). Total fouls - North Carolina 28, Virginia 18. A 8,864. Louisville 67 Georgia Tech 65 ATLANTA Kenny Payne hit two three-point baskets in the final 77 seconds, lifting ninth-ranked Louisville (12-2) to its victory over No. 19 Georgia Tech (10-4). Payne's first three-pointer, with 1:17 to play, gave the Cardinals a 63-62 lead. His second, with 44 seconds left, built a 66-64 advantage. Pervis Ellison hit a free throw with four seconds remaining as Louisville stretched its winning streak to 12 games. LOUISVILLE (67) Payne 4-8 2-2 12, Klmbro 4-70-09, Ellison 9-16 2-520, Williams 3-4 1-27, Smith 1-92-2 4, Sullivan 1-3 2-2 4, Spencer 4-7 1-2 9, Holden 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 27-5510-1567. GEORGIA TECH (65) Hammonds 9-17 1-1 19, Sherrod 0-4 0-0 0, Brlt-tlan 1-3 0-1 2, Scott 8-22 3-3 24, Oliver 3-8 7-9 14, McNeil 1-2 2-2 4, Brown 0-1 2-4 2, Whltmore 0-00-0 0. Totals 22-57 15-2065. Halftime Georgia Tech 36, Louisville 33. Three-point goals Louisville 3-9 (Payne 2-3, Klmbro 1-2, Smith 0-2, Sullivan 0-2). Georgia Tech 6-15 (Scott 5-11, Oliver 1-4). Fouled out None. Rebounds Louisville 33 (Payne, Ellison 8). Georgia Tech 38 (Hammonds 10) Assists Louisville 21 (Smith 8), Georgia Tech 19 (Oliver 11). Total fouls - Louisville 20, Georgia Tech 17. A 9,111. Elsewhere ... In Mobile, Ala., Junie Lewis scored 24 points and Jeff Hodge added 1 9 to lead South Alabama (8-4, 2-0) to a 97-83 Sun Belt Conference victory over North Carolina-Charlotte (6-6, 0-2) In Seattle, Todd Lautenbach scored six points in the final 1:17 and hit the winning basket as time expired to lift Washington (5-8, 2-3) to an 82-80 Pacific-10 Conference victory over California (12-5, 3-3). . . . John Lewis led three players in double figures with 20 points as Texas Christian (11-5, 4-0) took a 70-64 victory over Rice (6-8, 1-3) and maintained its Southwest Conference lead in a game in Fort Worth, Texas. ... In Washington, Mike Vreeswyk scored 14 of his 20 points in the second half as Temple (7-5, 6-0) took over sole possession of the Atlantic 10 Conference lead with an 80-68 victory over George Washington (0-13). HTa!lIIiEM inn - .i:.i - ..:.,i m- PUNTA G0RDA HOLIDAY INN 300 RETTA ESPLANADA THURS., JAN. 19 7:00 P.M. aP-h i EX t-i- , A v ..111.. jr. a ?; t! & . SHAWN SPENCEGannett News Service The Seminoles' George McCloud pulls the bal) away from Tennessee's Eric Smith, center, and FSU's Tat Hunter, right. The Vols' Doug Roth, left, looks on. Seminoles. added 29 points while directing FSU's perimeter defense from his point-guard position. Small forward Irving Thomas scored 16 points and helped Hunter with stopping Nix underneath the basket. Shooting guard Tharon Mayes added 14 points. Aubrey Boyd and Derrick Mitchell were the only other Seminoles who played more than five minutes. "It's the first time in a long while I've kept an 'Iron Five' in there most of the game," said Kennedy. "But they were all playing well and with a lot of confidence." t That game plan included a half-court trap defense that confused and unraveled Tennessee. The Vols produced just four points during a five-minute drought beginning with 8:08 left in the half. FSU forged a 50-28 lead after Dawson scored inside at 2:29. 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TENNESSEE (90) Nix 5-12 3-4 16, Griffin 1-2 0-0 3, Roth 1-3 0-0 2, Henry 1-40-02, Swearengen 6-1 13-5 15, Taylor 3- 2-211, Lockhart 7-1 12-2 16, Reese 0-00-0 0, Clark 2-5 1-3 5, Bell 7-15 1-1 20, Price 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-69 12-1790. FLORIDA STATE (101) McCloud 9-18 7-129, Mayes 6-11 1-3 14, Hunter 3-7 2-2 8, Thomas 8-12 0-1 16, Dawson 11-19 6-7 30, Boyd 0-0 0-1 0, Mitchell 2-5 0-1 4, White 0-0 0-0 0, Johnson 0-1 0-00. Totals39-73 16-23 101. Halftime Florida St. 51, Tennessee 38. Three-point goals Tennessee 12-30 (Nicks 3-7, Griffin 1-2, Roth 0-2, Henry 0-2, Swearengen 0-1, Taylor 3-6, Bell 5-10), Florida St. 7-16 (McCloud 4-8, Mays 1-3, Dawson 2-4, Johnson 0-1). Fouled out Swearengen, Lockhart. Rebounds Tennessee 40 (Lockhart, Roth 8), Florida St. 35 (Dawson -10). Assists Tennessee (Swearengen 4), Florida St. (McCloud, May$4). Total fouls Tennes-see 21, Florida St. 16. A -12,607. 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Indiana's Bob Knight perhaps in a more mellow mood after a day to reflect on the magnitude of his latest achievement, said Sunday that his 500th col-lege coaching victory was a tribute to all the players he has had over the past 24 years. After the Hoosiers beat Northwestern 92-76 Saturday, in typical Knight sarcasm, he said to the media: "If I can coach long enough to win 500 more. I'll be the nicest guy in the world, because all you . . . will be gone. You can't last that long with me. I've outlasted a lot of you guys as it is." . But Knight, who has 398 victories in 18 years at Indiana, also has outlasted a lot of coaches. And at age 48, he figures to add many more victories and many more milestones to his impressive and sometimes controversial record. "Anytime a coach reaches a milestone or is accorded any honor, it is a great honor becuse it's a team honor," Knight said Sunday on his weekly television show. 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