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Topic - Jeff Ruland
Iona, which won the MAAC regular-season title but stumbled in the conference tournament, was given a bid into the NCAA tournament, and will meet BYU in the first round on Tuesday in Dayton, Ohio.
Wes Unseld embodied toughness for the Washington Bullets throughout the '70s, providing an imposing presence in the paint. The same was true of the "Bruise Brothers," Jeff Ruland and Rick Mahorn, whose picks and elbows were a menace to opponents in the early '80s.