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Published: 11/14/2006

Prep football, Pro football

Prep football

State Playoffs

DIVISION I

RegionAL FINALS

All games Friday, 7:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted

Region 1

At Massillon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium

(1) Mentor (11-1) vs. (7) Warren Harding (9-3)

Region 2

At Parma Byers Field

(8) Whitmer (9-3) vs. (2) Can. McKinley (11-1)

Region 3

At Moorehead Stadium, Upper Arlington

(5) Dublin Coffman (9-3) vs. (2) Hilliard Davidson (12-0)

Region 4

At Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati

(1) Cin. St. Xavier (10-1) vs. (2) Cin. Colerain (12-0)

DIVISION II

RegionAL FINALS

All games Friday, 7:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted

Region 5

At Bedford Stewart Field at Bearcat Stadium

(7) Chardon (10-2) vs. (1) Macedonia Nordonia (11-1)

Region 6

At Frost-Kalnow Stadium, Tiffin

(1) Ashland (12-0) vs. (7) Piqua (10-2)

Region 7

At Gahanna Lincoln Stadium

(4) Cols. Watterson (9-3) vs. (2) Pickerington Cent. (11-1)

Region 8

At Viking Stadium, Cin. Princeton

(5) Cin. Turpin (11-1) vs. (2) Harrison (9-3)

DIVISION III

All games at noon Saturday, unless otherwise noted

Region 9

At Twinsburg Tiger Stadium

(1) Aurora (11-1) vs. (6) Mentor Lake Cath. (8-4)

Region 10

At Hilliard Davidson Sports Complex

(1) Kettering Alter (12-0) vs. (2) Sunbury Big Walnut (10-2)

Region 11

At Fawcett Stadium, Canton

(1) Steubenville (12-0) vs. (3) Dover (11-1)

Region 12

At Dublin Coffman Stadium

(8) New Albany (8-4) vs. (3) Cols. DeSales (9-3)

DIVISION IV

RegionAL FINALS

All games Friday, 7:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted

Region 13

At Canton Central Catholic Stadium

(1) Youngs. Mooney (11-0) vs. (2) Orrville (10-2)

Region 14

At Lima Senior Stadium

(1) W. Milton Milton-Union (11-1) vs. (2) Oak Harbor (12-0)

Region 15

At Zanesville Sulsberger Mem. Stadium

(1) Bellaire (12-0) vs. (2) New Lexington (12-0)

Region 16

At Kettering Fairmont Roush Stadium

(1) Plain City Jonathan Alder (11-1) vs. (2) Blanchester (12-0)

DIVISION V

All games noon Saturday, unless otherwise noted

Region 17

At Mount Union College Stadium

(5) Warren JFK (12-0) vs. (2) N. Lima S. Range (12-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday

Region 18

At Lima Senior Stadium

(4) Liberty-Benton (11-1) vs. (6) Ayersville (11-1)

Region 19

At Lewis Center Olentangy Braves Field

(1) W. Jefferson (11-0) vs. (2) Amanda-Clearcreek (11-1), 7:30 p.m. Friday

Region 20

At Wapakoneta Harmon Field

(1) Lima Cent. Cath. (11-1) vs. (3) St. Henry (11-1)

DIVISION VI

RegionAL FINALS

All games Friday, 7:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted

Region 21

At Ravenna Stadium

(1) Columbiana (10-2) vs. (3) Mogadore (10-2)

Region 22

At Fremont Ross Paul Stadium

(8) Norwalk St. Paul (8-4) vs. (2) Hopewell-Loudon (11-1)

Region 23

At Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium, New Philadelphia

(4) Shadyside (10-2) vs. (3) Danville (11-1)

Region 24

At Troy Memorial Stadium

(1) Mechanicsburg (11-1) vs. (6) Maria Stein Marion Local (10-2)

Ticket Information

Pre-sale tickets for the Division IV Oak Harbor-Milton-Union playoff game on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Lima Senior are on sale at the OH Middle School today from 2 to 3:30 p.m., Wednesay from 8 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Thursday from 8 a.m . to 3:30 p.m. and from 6 to 8 p.m., and on Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. All pre-saoe tickets are $6. All tickets at the door will be $8.

HONOR ROLL

300 Game

Rick Egger, ForestView 237-225-300-762

Mike Zomkowski, F-view 300-192-246-738

Men 750+

Mike Izsak, Southwyck 783

Wilson Paepke, ForestView 783

Charlie Teel, ForestView 752

John Putman, ForestView 751

Women 650+

Jodi Woessner, ForestView 735

Nicole Monto, Southwyck 671

PRO FOOTBALL

NFL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

New England 6 3 0 .667 201 131

N.Y. Jets 5 4 0 .556 177 207

Buffalo 3 6 0 .333 140 180

Miami 3 6 0 .333 146 168

South

W L T Pct PF PA

Indianapolis 9 0 0 1.000 249 189

Jacksonville 5 4 0 .556 185 127

Houston 3 6 0 .333 144 206

Tennessee 2 7 0 .222 146 243

North

W L T Pct PF PA

Baltimore 7 2 0 .778 198 137

Cincinnati 4 5 0 .444 216 217

Cleveland 3 6 0 .333 150 184

Pittsburgh 3 6 0 .333 215 207

West

W L T Pct PF PA

Denver 7 2 0 .778 158 111

San Diego 7 2 0 .778 297 175

Kansas City 5 4 0 .556 193 182

Oakland 2 7 0 .222 105 181

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

N.Y. Giants 6 3 0 .667 214 182

Philadelphia 5 4 0 .556 233 163

Dallas 5 4 0 .556 250 174

Washington 3 6 0 .333 165 217

South

W L T Pct PF PA

New Orleans 6 3 0 .667 229 197

Atlanta 5 4 0 .556 180 181

Carolina 5 4 0 .556 161 173

Tampa Bay 2 7 0 .222 112 197

North

W L T Pct PF PA

Chicago 8 1 0 .889 272 120

Green Bay 4 5 0 .444 185 217

Minnesota 4 5 0 .444 147 158

Detroit 2 7 0 .222 175 222

West

W L T Pct PF PA

Seattle 6 3 0 .667 189 199

San Francisco 4 5 0 .444 162 251

St. Louis 4 5 0 .444 202 221

Arizona 1 8 0 .111 144 223

LAST NIGHT

Carolina 24, Tampa Bay 10

SUNDAY, Nov. 19

Pittsburgh at Cleveland, 1

Detroit at Arizona, 4:05

Buffalo at Houston, 1

Chicago at N.Y. Jets, 1

Minnesota at Miami, 1

Atlanta at Baltimore, 1

Cincinnati at New Orleans, 1

Oakland at Kansas City, 1

New England at Green Bay, 1

St. Louis at Carolina, 1

Tennessee at Philadelphia, 1

Washington at Tampa Bay, 1

Seattle at San Francisco, 4:05

Indianapolis at Dallas, 4:15

San Diego at Denver, 8:15

MONDAY, Nov. 20

N.Y. Giants at Jacksonville, 8:30

Tampa Bay 7 0 0 3 ? 10

Carolina 0 0 17 7 ? 24

TB?Hilliard 6 pass from Gradkowski (M.Bryant kick), 2:23.

Car?FG Kasay 28, 12:52.

Car?Johnson 4 pass from Delhomme (Kasay kick), 8:27.

Car?Hoover 5 run (Kasay kick), 1:50.

TB?FG M.Bryant 28, 8:32.

Car?S.Smith 36 pass from Delhomme (Kasay kick), 3:11.

SUNDAY

Chicago 3 7 14 14 ? 38

N.Y. Giants 7 6 7 0 ? 20

NY?Jacobs 1 run (Feely kick), 9:55.

Chi?FG Gould 49, 5:59.

NY?FG Feely 46, 13:25.

NY?FG Feely 40, 2:21.

Chi?Bradley 29 pass from Grossman (Gould kick), :35.

Chi?Muhammad 10 pass from Grossman (Gould kick), 8:20.

Chi?Clark 2 pass from Grossman (Gould kick), 5:35.

NY?Jacobs 8 run (Feely kick), 3:26.

Chi?Hester 108 field goal return (Gould kick), 11:20.

Chi?Jones 2 run (Gould kick), 8:20.

A?78,641.

TEAM STATS

Chi NY

First downs 21 15

Total Net Yards 352 249

Rushes-yards 39-118 22-150

Passing 234 99

Punt Returns 2-0 2-45

Kickoff Returns 5-100 7-152

Interceptions Ret. 2-27 1-32

Comp-Att-Int 18-30-1 14-32-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-12 2-22

Punts 5-39.2 5-40.4

Fumbles-Lost 3-2 4-1

Penalties-Yards 9-80 10-96

Time of Possession 32:46 27:14

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING?Chicago, Jones 30-113, Benson 6-7, Grossman 3-(minus 2). New York, Barber 19-141, Jacobs 2-9, E.Manning 1-0.

PASSING?Chicago, Grossman 18-30-1-246. New York, E.Manning 14-32-2-121.

RECEIVING?Chicago, Muhammad 7-123, Bradley 4-79, Jones 3-10, Davis 1-26, McKie 1-7, Clark 1-2, Benson 1-(minus 1). New York, Burress 4-48, Tyree 4-38, Barber 3-16, Shiancoe 2-4, Shockey 1-15.

MISSED FIELD GOALS?New York, Feely 33 (WR), 52 (SH).

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

W L T Pts GF GA

Miami 5 3 0 10 26 19

Michigan 4 2 0 8 28 21

Alaska-Fairbanks 3 1 2 8 19 16

Notre Dame 3 0 1 7 14 5

Michigan St. 3 2 1 7 23 16

N. Michigan 3 2 1 7 14 15

W. Michigan 3 4 1 7 25 31

Lake Superior St. 3 3 0 6 16 17

Ohio St. 2 4 2 6 21 26

Neb.-Omaha 2 3 1 5 26 25

Ferris St. 1 4 1 3 10 20

Bowling Green 1 5 0 2 10 21

OVERALL RECORDS: Notre Dame 8-1-1, Alaska-Fairbanks 5-2-3, Michigan St. 5-2-1, Michigan 7-3-0, N. Miami 8-4-0, Michigan 6-4-2, Lake Superior St. 6-4-0, W. Michigan 4-4-1, Neb.-Omaha 3-4-3, Bowling Green 3-6-1, Ferris St. 3-6-1, Ohio St. 2-6-2.

TOMORROW

Minn Duluth at N. Michigan

Men

AP Top 25

Record Pts Pvs

1. Florida (65) 1-0 1,790 1

2. North Carolina (7) 0-0 1,704 2

3. Kansas 1-0 1,638 3

4. Pittsburgh 1-0 1,421 4

5. Ohio St. 3-0 1,418 7

6. UCLA 0-0 1,403 6

7. LSU 0-0 1,387 5

8. Georgetown 1-0 1,265 8

9. Wisconsin 1-0 1,236 9

10. Alabama 1-0 1,131 11

11. Duke 1-0 1,078 12

12. Texas A&M 1-0 923 13

13. Memphis 0-0 832 14

14. Boston College 1-0 812 15

15. Arizona 0-1 713 10

16. Marquette 1-0 589 16

17. Washington 1-0 554 17

18. Syracuse 3-0 443 20

19. Texas 2-0 398 21

20. Creighton 0-0 395 19

21. Connecticut 1-0 369 18

22. Kentucky 0-0 344 22

23. Georgia Tech 1-0 283 23

24. Nevada 1-0 216 24

25. Tennessee 1-0 199 25

Others receiving votes: Wichita St. 153, Gonzaga 125, S. Illinois 120, Xavier 92, Virginia 73, Florida St. 55, Louisville 53, Villanova 42, Illinois 34, Indiana 17, Oklahoma St. 16, Arkansas 14, DePaul 11, San Diego St. 9, Virginia Tech 8, Michigan 6, Houston 5, Hofstra 4, Kansas St. 4, Maryland 4, Bradley 2, Bucknell 2, Oregon 2, Akron 1, BYU 1, Dayton 1, George Mason 1, Harvard 1, Mississippi St. 1, Purdue 1, Southern Cal 1.

USA Today/ESPN Top 25

Record Pts Pvs

1. Florida (30) 1-0 772 1

2. North Carolina 0-0 729 2

3. Kansas 1-0 711 3

4. Ohio State (1) 3-0 633 4

5. Pittsburgh 1-0 598 5

6. UCLA 0-0 593 5

7. LSU 0-0 564 7

8. Georgetown 1-0 547 8

9. Wisconsin 1-0 545 9

10. Duke 1-0 502 11

11. Alabama 1-0 432 12

12. Texas A&M 1-0 362 13

13. Memphis 0-0 356 14

14. Boston College 1-0 310 15

15. Washington 1-0 261 16

16. Arizona 0-1 258 10

17. Marquette 1-0 226 17

18. Texas 2-0 222 19

19. Connecticut 1-0 194 18

20. Syracuse 3-0 184 20

21. Georgia Tech 1-0 156 21

22. Kentucky 0-0 121 22

23. Nevada 1-0 103 25

24. Tennessee 1-0 102 24

25. Creighton 0-0 89 23

Others receiving votes: Gonzaga 73; Wichita State 60; Louisville 54; Southern Illinois 48; Xavier 35; Illinois 34; Air Force 25; Villanova 24; Michigan State 21; San Diego State 21; Oklahoma State 18; Michigan 17; Maryland 16; Virginia 14; DePaul 9; Florida State 9; George Mason 8; Indiana 4; Houston 3; Brigham Young 2; George Washington 2; Hofstra 2; Saint Louis 2; Winthrop 2; Mississippi State 1; New Mexico State 1.

LAST NIGHT

MIDWEST

Cleveland St. 88, Notre Dame, Ohio 62

Creighton 78, MVSU 42

Illinois 80, Austin Peay 35

Iowa 75, The Citadel 53

Minnesota 63, N. Dakota St. 49

Purdue 90, N. Colorado 58

Valparaiso 75, IPFW 67

N. Iowa 83, Pepperdine 58

EAST

Cornell 76, Stony Brook 72

Duquesne 81, Youngstown St. 75

Penn St. 69, UNC-Greensboro 56

Robert Morris 96, Fla. International 72

Towson 78, Hartford 64

Vermont 77, Boston College 63

SOUTH

Florida St. 73, Illinois St. 59

Georgia Tech 100, Jackson St. 70

Mississippi St. 61, Loyola Marymount 37

SMU 70, McNeese St. 54

South Florida 77, Buffalo 61

Va. Commonwealth 75, Longwood 63

TOURNAMENT

CBE Classic

First Round

Ark.-Little Rock 81, Akron 79

Detroit 57, Maine 50

Marquette 59, Idaho St. 56, OT

Second Round

Columbia 95, UC Davis 90

Duke 72, Georgia Southern 48

NIT Season Tip-off

First Round

Butler 71, Notre Dame 69

Tennessee 78, Fordham 71

Women

AP Top 25

Record Pts Pvs

1. Maryland (46) 2-0 1,245 1

2. North Carolina (1) 2-0 1,171 2

3. Oklahoma (3) 1-0 1,155 3

4. Stanford 1-0 1,076 4

5. Tennessee 1-0 1,065 5

6. Duke 1-0 973 6

7. Ohio St. 1-0 957 7

8. Connecticut 0-0 910 8

9. Georgia 1-0 856 9

10. LSU 1-0 784 10

11. Arizona St. 2-0 706 13

12. Purdue 2-0 669 11

13. Texas A&M 1-0 630 14

14. Rutgers 0-1 526 12

15. Vanderbilt 1-0 517 16

16. Baylor 2-0 400 19

17. Michigan St. 0-0 378 17

18. California 1-0 317 21

19. Southern Cal 1-0 304 22

20. UCLA 1-0 211 23

21. Kentucky 1-1 190 15

22. BYU 1-0 187 24

23. DePaul 0-1 183 20

23. New Mexico 1-1 183 18

25. Texas 1-0 125 25

Others receiving votes: Washington 89, George Washington 73, Bowling Green 55, Louisville 40, Boston College 35, Virginia 33, TCU 30, St. John s 25, Indiana 19, N.C. State 17, Texas Tech 17, Iowa St. 13, Middle Tennessee 12, Utah 11, Xavier 11, Iowa 9, Old Dominion 8, W. Kentucky 8, Penn St. 7, South Florida 7, Louisiana Tech 6, Rice 2, Florida St. 1, Northwestern 1, Pittsburgh 1, Temple 1, Wyoming 1.

LAST NIGHT

NOTRE DAME 85, BOWLING GREEN 81 (OT)

BOWLING GREEN: Honegger 0-4-0-12, Horne 4-2-2-16, Mann 4-6-14, Thorburn 1-5-0-17, Achter 4-12-20, Taylor 0-0-0, McCall 0-0-0, Flynn 1-0-2. totals: 14-11-20-81.

NOTRE DAME: Erwin 2-1-1-8, D Amico 1-0-2, Gaines 8-9-25, Allen 6-3-0-21, Gray 2-2-6, Barlow 4-11-19, Smith 0-0-0, Lechlitner 0-0-0, Williamson 2-0-4. totals: 25-4-23-85.

Halftime: BGSU, 38-31.

Regulation: 78-78.

BG leading rebounders: Horne 7, Honegger, Mann, Achter each 5.

BG assists leaders: Achter 9, Thorburn 3.

A: 5,746.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

Ohio 5 1 146 88 7 3 208 163

Kent St. 4 2 152 104 5 5 194 205

Akron 3 3 146 153 5 5 229 237

BGSU 3 3 138 174 4 6 206 300

Miami 1 5 131 146 1 9 189 263

Buffalo 1 6 173 259 2 8 189 341

West

Conference All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

C. Mich. 6 0 170 86 7 3 289 229

W. Mich. 5 2 160 148 7 3 238 204

N. Illinois 3 3 149 134 5 5 266 228

Ball St. 3 3 175 161 3 7 276 286

Toledo 2 4 109 163 4 6 233 291

E. Mich. 1 5 100 133 1 9 161 281

TONIGHT

Ball St. at Toledo, 7

TOMORROW

Miami at BGSU, 7:30

THURSDAY

Akron at Ohio, 7:30

FRIDAY

E. Michigan at Kent St., 6

Cent. Michigan at N. Illinois, 8:05

SATURDAY

Buffalo at Wisconsin, Noon

W. Michigan at Florida St., 2

TUESDAY, Nov. 21

BGSU at Toledo, 7

Big Ten Conference

Conference All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

Michigan 7 0 174 62 11 0 323 133

Ohio St. 7 0 263 53 11 0 394 86

Wisconsin 7 1 245 116 10 1 328 140

Penn St. 4 3 118 104 7 4 253 164

Purdue 4 3 137 160 7 4 294 289

Indiana 3 4 160 274 5 6 258 366

Iowa 2 5 150 158 6 5 262 209

Minnesota 2 5 168 219 5 6 301 270

Michigan St. 1 6 135 224 4 7 289 324

Northwestern 1 6 98 224 3 8 171 298

Illinois 1 6 139 193 2 9 219 294

SATURDAY

Michigan at Ohio St., 3:30

Michigan St. at Penn St., Noon

Iowa at Minnesota, Noon

Indiana at Purdue, Noon

Buffalo at Wisconsin, Noon

Illinois at Northwestern, 1

ECHL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

North Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Toledo 7 2 0 0 14 26 24

Trenton 6 3 0 0 12 40 31

Johnstown 5 6 1 0 11 40 44

Reading 3 4 0 3 9 35 37

Cincinnati 4 6 0 0 8 26 23

Wheeling 4 6 0 0 8 30 38

Dayton 3 3 0 0 6 10 19

South Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Gwinnett 6 2 2 1 15 50 38

Florida 7 3 0 0 14 29 22

S. Carolina 7 4 0 0 14 42 43

Texas 6 2 1 0 13 36 29

Charlotte 6 3 0 0 12 37 25

Augusta 6 5 0 0 12 36 42

Columbia 3 5 1 2 9 35 40

Pensacola 1 8 1 0 3 27 44

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

West Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Idaho 8 1 1 1 18 45 34

Alaska 6 3 0 0 12 37 22

Phoenix 6 6 0 0 12 39 41

Victoria 5 5 0 1 11 39 43

Utah 3 6 0 2 8 26 42

Pacific Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Stockton 7 1 0 1 15 31 25

Fresno 7 3 0 0 14 41 28

Las Vegas 4 1 3 3 14 38 41

Bakersfield 5 4 0 1 11 34 40

Long Beach 2 8 0 2 6 37 51

Note: Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss.

LAST NIGHT

No games scheduled

SUNDAY

Augusta 2, South Carolina 1

Victoria 4, Fresno 3

Johnstown 5, Reading 3

Stockton 6, Idaho 5, SO

Long Beach 7, Las Vegas 6, OT

TONIGHT

Augusta at South Carolina

Columbia at Florida

Las Vegas at Phoenix

Utah at Bakersfield

NOTES

SINGLES NEEDED for a every other Sunday night 7 p.m. league in Oregon starting November 19th. Contact Mark at 419-862-0098 for details and to register.

The TOLEDO PANTHERS ATHLETIC CLUB boys basketball program will be holding tryouts for students in grades 2 through 12 to compete in late fall/winter leagues and tournaments. Call Coach Harvey at 419-514-5521 or Coach Jones at 419-932-0001 for details.

Woodmore High School is holding a varsity and junior varsity ALUMNI BOYS BASKETBALL GAME November 25 at 6 p.m. The cost is $3. Funds raised will go toward the basketball program.

The City of Toledo Parks & Recreation is now REGISTERING RETURNING adult volleyball teams and men s and youth basketball team through November 17. New teams can begin registering at the Rec Office, 2201 Ottawa Parkway, November 20. Call 419-936-2877 if you have questions.

SPORTLIGHT

Nov. 14

1943?Sid Luckman of the Chicago Bears becomes the first pro to pass for more than 400 yards as he throws for 433 and seven touchdowns in a 56-7 victory over the New York Giants

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

BOSTON RED SOX?Named Gary Tuck bullpen coach.

SEATTLE MARINERS?Named Daren Brown manager, Terry Pollreisz coach, Dwight Bernard pitching coach and Tom Newberg trainer for Tacoma of the PCL; Eddie Rodriquez manager, Tommy Cruz manager, Brad Holman pitching coach and Jeremy Clipperon trainer for West Tennessee of the SL; Scott Steinmann manager for High Desert of the California League; Tim Higgins trainer for Wisconsin of the ML; Mike Tosar manager, Henry Cotto coach, Gary Wheelock pitching coach for Everett of the Northwest League; and, Jose Moreno manager and Chris Sinacori pitching coach for Peoria of the Arizona League.

TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS?Released RHP Tyler Walker. Named Jim Pransky, Gail Henley, Matt Arnold and Brian Keegan pro scouts.

National League

COLORADO ROCKIES?Agreed to terms with INF Kaz Matsui on a one-year contract.

NEW YORK METS?Agreed to terms with 2B Jose Valentin on a one-year contract.

International League

LEHIGH VALLEY?Announced the team nickname will be the IronPigs.

American Association

SIOUX FALLS CANARIES?Agreed to terms with RHP Chris Andel.

SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS?Released RHP Karsten Gaarder, OF Zack Pace, RHP Chris Swiatkiewicz, INF Dan Meier, INF Robert Mendoza, and INF Nick Shay.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES?Released F Vin Baker.

NBA Development League

ALBUQUERQUE THUNDERBIRDS?Waived G Greg Baker, G Moses Marbury, G Brandon Mason, F Jason McCoy and F Chris Shumate.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS?Placed OG Billy Yates on injured reserve.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS?Signed DE Charles Bennett from the practice squad. Released WR-KR Mark Jones.

Arena League

SAN JOSE SABERCATS?Signed DL Chris Solomona. Released OL-DL Sam Hernandez, DS Tremain Mack and WR-DB Charles Pauley.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

BOSTON BRUINS?Acquired LW Stanislav Chistov from Anaheim for a 2008 third-round draft pick. Recalled G Brian Finley from Providence of the AHL. Assigned D Matt Lashoff and C Yan Stasny to Providence.

COLORADO AVALANCHE?Traded F George Parros to the Anaheim Ducks for a 2007 second-round draft pick.

MINNESOTA WILD?Placed C Jason Morgan on injured reserve. Recalled C Wyatt Smith from Houston of the AHL.

NEW YORK RANGERS?Recalled D Darius Kasparaitis from Hartford of the AHL. Reassigned LW Nigel Dawes to Hartford.

PHILADELPHIA FLYERS?Acquired RW Todd Fedoruk from the Anaheim Ducks for a 2007 fourth-round draft pick.

PHOENIX COYOTES?Recalled LW Josh Gratton from San Antonio of the AHL.

American Hockey League

FLORIDA PANTHERS?Recalled C Drew Larman from Rochester of the AHL.

GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS?Signed C Jeff Campbell. Announced RW Josh Langfeld has been recalled by the Detroit Red Wings.

HAMILTON BULLDOGS?Sent D Jon Gleed to Cincinnati of the ECHL.

WORCESTER SHARKS?Assigned G Thomas Greiss to Fresno of the ECHL.

National Lacrosse League

BUFFALO BANDITS?Resigned MF Mark Steenhuis and MF Rich Kilgour.

TORONTO ROCK?Signed Mike MacLeod, Brad MacArthur and Matt Carroll to one-year contracts.

COLLEGE

SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE?Reprimanded Steve Spurrier, South Carolina football coach, for comments critical of league officials.

ALBRIGHT?Announced the resignation of E.J. Sandusky, football coach.

FRAMINGHAM STATE?Named Tom Kelley football coach.

HOFSTRA?Named Lauren Netherby volleyball coach.

LA SALLE?Signed John Giannini, men s basketball coach, to a contract extension through the 2010-11 season.

MCNEESE STATE?Named Matt Viator football coach.

NORTH CAROLINA?Named Butch Davis football coach.

LATEST LINE

NFL

(Sunday)

KANSAS CITY 10 Oakland

Indianapolis 1 DALLAS

NEW ORLEANS 31/2 Cincinnati

Pittsburgh 31/2 CLEVELAND

PHILADELPHIA 13 Tennessee

BALTIMORE 41/2 Atlanta

CAROLINA 6 St. Louis

HOUSTON 21/2 Buffalo

New England 6 GREEN BAY

TAMPA BAY 21/2 Washington

Chicago 61/2 NY JETS

MIAMI 31/2 Minnesota

ARIZONA 2 Detroit

x-Seattle Off SAN FRANCISCO

DENVER 3 San Diego

(Monday)

JACKSONVILLE 31/2 NY Giants

x-Seattle S. Alexander, M. Hasselbeck, and M. Morris are questionable.

College Football

TOLEDO 5 Ball State

(Wednesday)

BOWLING GREEN 31/2 Miami-Ohio

(Thursday)

OHIO 51/2 Akron

West Virginia 11 PITTSBURGH

(Friday)

KENT STATE 111/2 Eastern Mich.

Central Michigan 31/2 NO. ILLINOIS

(Saturday)

OHIO STATE 7 Michigan

NOTRE DAME 321/2 Army

WISCONSIN 38 Buffalo

FLORIDA STATE 151/2 Western Michigan

LOUISVILLE 17 South Florida

SYRACUSE 2 Connecticut

Rutgers 7 CINCINNATI

Virginia Tech 2 WAKE FOREST

GEORGIA TECH 271/2 Duke

Illinois 2 NORTHWESTERN

Missouri 14 IOWA STATE

MINNESOTA 31/2 Iowa

PURDUE 11 Indiana

North Carolina St 41/2 N. CAROLINA

NAVY 32 Temple

Tennessee 9 VANDERBILT

Houston 161/2 MEMPHIS

TEXAS TECH 6 Oklahoma State

TULANE 2 Central Florida

BOISE STATE 38 Utah State

East Carolina 21/2 RICE

Oklahoma 21 BAYLOR

Tulsa 6 S.M.U.

L.S.U. 28 Mississippi

Oregon State 141/2 STANFORD

Auburn 3 ALABAMA

OREGON 121/2 Arizona

B.Y.U. 26 New Mexico

T.C.U. 18 San Diego State

Wyoming 101/2 NEVADA LAS VEGAS

MARSHALL 21/2 Texas El Paso

FRESNO STATE 10 Idaho

WASH. STATE 8 Washington

Arkansas 14 MISS. STATE

PENN STATE 17 Michigan State

KANSAS 21/2 Kansas State

Miami-Florida 3 VIRGINIA

BOSTON COLLEGE 7 Maryland

Utah 1 AIR FORCE

SOUTHERN MISS 14 Ala-Birmingham

Nevada 20 LOUISIANA TECH

SOUTHERN CAL 51/2 California

ARIZONA STATE 4 U.c.l.a.

HAWAII 241/2 San Jose State

KENTUCKY 19 Louisiana-Monroe

La-Lafayette 8 FLA INTERNATIONAL

TROY 8 Arkansas State

S. CAROLINA 15 Middle Tenn St

NORTH TEXAS 5 Florida Atlantic

NBA

ATLANTA 2 Milwaukee

MIAMI 51/2 Denver

NEW ORLEANS 81/2 Charlotte

MINNESOTA 8 Portland

DALLAS 5 Chicago

San Antonio 2 HOUSTON

UTAH 2 LA Clippers

GOLDEN STATE 61/2 Toronto

Home Team in CAPS

1964 Gus Johnson and Walt Bellamy become the first NBA teammates to score 40 points apiece as the Baltimore Bullets beat the Los Angeles Lakers 127-115. Johnson has 41 points, Bellamy 40.

1965 Gary Cuozzo, subbing for injured Johnny Unitas, throws five touchdown passes to lead the Baltimore Colts to a 41-21 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.

1966 Muhammad Ali knocks out Cleveland Williams in the third round to retain the world heavyweight title in Houston.

1970 Forty-three members of the Marshall football team die when their chartered plane crashes in Kenova, W.Va.

1992 Marshall Faulk darts out of a monthlong slump with 300 yards and four touchdowns as San Diego State beats Hawaii 52-28.

1993 Don Shula breaks George Halas career record for victories with No. 325 as the Miami Dolphins defeat Philadelphia 19-14. Shula s record: 325-153-6 in 31 seasons with Baltimore and Miami; Halas, 324-151-31 in 40 seasons with Chicago.

1998 Texas Tech s Ricky Williams outrushes Texas Ricky Williams 148-141 in the Red Raiders 42-35 victory over the No. 18 Longhorns. Texas Williams becomes the second player in Division I-A history to break the 6,000-yard mark.

2004 Peyton Manning shreds Houston for 320 yards and five touchdowns, tying an NFL record with his third game this season with five TD passes. The Vikings Daunte Culpepper set the record earlier this season.

2004 Chicago s win over Tennessee marks the second time an NFL game ends in overtime on a safety.

2004 John and Ashley Force become the first father-daughter combo in NHRA history to win at the same event in the season finale. John Force races to his 114th Funny Car victory, and his 21-year-old daughter takes the Top Alcohol class at Pomona (Calif.) Raceway.



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