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Published: Saturday, 12/23/2006

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LATEST LINE

NFL

Kansas City 7 OAKLAND

Tomorrow

BUFFALO 5 Tennessee

NY GIANTS 3 New Orleans

ATLANTA 61/2 Carolina

ST. LOUIS 2 Washington

Indianapolis 9 HOUSTON

PITTSBURGH 3 Baltimore

CLEVELAND 3 Tampa Bay

Chicago 5 DETROIT

JACKSONVILLE 3 New England

SAN FRANCISCO 4 Arizona

DENVER 3 Cincinnati

San Diego 41/2 SEATTLE

Monday

DALLAS 7 Philadelphia

MIAMI 21/2 NY Jets

College Football Bowl Games

PapaJohns.com Bowl

Legion Field-Birmingham, AL.

South Florida 41/2 East Carolina

New Mexico Bowl

University Stad.-Albuquerque, NM.

NEW MEXICO 31/2 San Jose St

Armed Forces Bowl

Amon Carter Stad.-Forth Worth

Utah 1 Tulsa

Tomorrow

Hawaii Bowl

Aloha Bowl-Honolulu

HAWAII 7 Arizona St

Tuesday

Motor City Bowl

Ford Field-Detroit, MI.

Central Michigan 10 Middle Tenn St

Wednesday

Emerald Bowl

AT&T Park-San Francisco, CA.

Ucla 41/2 Florida St

Thursday

Independence Bowl

Independence Stadium-Shreveport, La.

Oklahoma State 2 Alabama

Texas Bowl

Reliant Stadium-Houston

Rutgers 71/2 Kansas State

Holiday Bowl

Qualcomm Stadium-San Diego, CA.

California 5 Texas A&M

Friday

Music City Bowl

The Coliseum-Nashville

Clemson 10 Kentucky

Sun Bowl

Sun Bowl Stadium-El Paso

Oregon State 3 Missouri

Liberty Bowl

Memorial Stadium-Memphis

South Carolina 61/2 Houston

Champs Sports Bowl

Citrus Bowl Stadium-Orlando, Fla.

Maryland 1 Purdue

Insight Bowl

Chase Field-Phoenix

Texas Tech 61/2 Minnesota

Saturday

Meineke Car Care Bowl

Bank of America Stadium-Charlotte, N.C.

Boston College 6 Navy

Alamo Bowl

Alamodome-San Antonio, Texas

Texas 9 Iowa

Peach Bowl

Georgia Dome-Atlanta

Virginia Tech 21/2 Georgia

Sunday

MPC Computers Bowl

Bronco Stadium-Boise, Idaho

Miami (Fla.) 31/2 Nevada

Monday

Cotton Bowl

Cotton Bowl-Dallas

Auburn 2 Nebraska

Outback Bowl

Raymond James Stadium-Tampa, Fla.

Tennessee 41/2 Penn State

Capital One Bowl

Citrus Bowl Stadium-Orlando, Fla.

Arkansas 1 Wisconsin

Gator Bowl

Alltel Stadium-Jacksonville, Fla.

West Virginia 71/2 Georgia Tech

Rose Bowl

Rose Bowl-Pasadena, Calif.

Southern Cal 1 Michigan

Fiesta Bowl

Cardinal Stadium-Glendale, Ariz.

Oklahoma 71/2 Boise State

Tuesday

Orange Bowl

Dolphins Stadium-Miami

Louisville 10 Wake Forest

Wednesday

Sugar Bowl

Louisiana Superdome-New Orleans

Lsu 9 Notre Dame

Saturday

International Bowl

Rogers Center-Toronto, Canada.

Cincinnati 8 Western Michigan

Sunday, Jan 7

GMAC Bowl

Ladd Peebles Stadium-Mobile, AL.

Southern Miss 61/2 Ohio

Monday, Jan 8

BCS Championship Game

Cardinal Stadium-Glendale, Ariz.

Ohio State 71/2 Florida

NBA

INDIANA 41/2 Minnesota

MIAMI 6 Golden State

DETROIT 91/2 Atlanta

CLEVELAND 6 Orlando

Philadelphia 2 New York

San Antonio 8 NEW ORLEANS

Utah 41/2 MEMPHIS

HOUSTON 41/2 LA Clippers

MILWAUKEE 3 New Jersey

CHICAGO 10 Charlotte

SEATTLE 61/2 Toronto

College Basketball

TENNESSEE 41/2 Texas

CINCINNATI 6 North Carolina St

MICHIGAN STATE 141/2 Wisc Green Bay

SETON HALL 4 Pennsylvania

MEMPHIS 21 Middle Tenn St

KANSAS 91/2 Boston College

UCLA 81/2 Michigan

Southern Illinois 4 ST. MARY S, CA

DEPAUL 6 California

LOUISVILLE 10 Miami-Florida

TULSA 18 Eastern Mich.

ILLINOIS CHICAGO 21/2 Illinois State

SANTA CLARA 5 Utah State

FLORIDA 5 Ohio State

LSU 24 Louisiana Tech

CS FULLERTON 16 San Jose State

Villanova 12 LA SALLE

ST. JOHN S 17 Columbia

PITTSBURGH 131/2 Dayton

WISCONSIN 19 Pacific

BRADLEY 14 Southern Miss

FRESNO STATE 141/2 Cal Poly S.L.O.

CLEMSON 20 Western Carolina

BUFFALO 21/2 Siena

CENTRAL MICH. 31/2 Niagara

FLORIDA STATE 20 St. Peter s

IOWA STATE 16 SE Missouri St

CANISIUS 9 St. Bonaventure

NC GREENSBORO 121/2 Delaware

COLL OF CHARLSTN 3 Fordham

NHL

Ottawa 1/2 -1 PHILADELPHIA

TORONTO 1/2 -1 Washington

Montreal Even-1/2 BOSTON

ATLANTA Even-1/2 New Jersey

NY ISLANDERS 1/2 -1 Columbus

TAMPA BAY Even-1/2 NY Rangers

Carolina Even-1/2 FLORIDA

Buffalo 1-11/2 ST. LOUIS

Detroit Even-1/2 MINNESOTA

DALLAS 1/2 -1 Edmonton

NASHVILLE 1-11/2 Los Angeles

COLORADO 1/2 -1 Chicago

Anaheim 1/2 -1 PHOENIX

SAN JOSE 1/2 -1 Calgary

Home team in CAPS

ECHL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

North Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Reading 13 11 0 4 30 102 94

Cincinnati 13 11 1 1 28 71 64

Toledo 13 10 0 1 27 68 75

Dayton 12 6 0 1 25 51 52

Johnstown 11 11 2 1 25 79 88

Trenton 11 8 0 2 24 86 81

Wheeling 10 14 0 1 21 85 98

South Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Florida 18 8 0 0 36 94 71

Texas 17 6 2 0 36 99 81

Gwinnett 15 8 3 1 34 113 96

Charlotte 15 11 0 1 31 92 84

S. Carolina 14 11 0 2 30 93 95

Augusta 13 16 0 0 26 97 118

Columbia 8 14 1 3 20 80 89

Pensacola 7 16 1 1 16 78 102

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

West Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Alaska 16 8 0 0 32 90 61

Phoenix 15 11 1 0 31 91 81

Idaho 12 10 1 1 26 79 80

Victoria 9 16 0 1 19 82 109

Utah 6 16 1 2 15 56 91

Pacific Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Stockton 15 2 2 3 35 80 57

Las Vegas 14 4 2 5 35 85 79

Bakersfield 15 7 0 2 32 92 83

Fresno 14 9 1 0 29 77 61

Long Beach 6 15 0 2 14 63 93

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

LAST NIGHT

Toledo 3, Cincinnati 2

Columbia 7, Reading 1

South Carolina 2, Florida 0

Dayton 5, Trenton 4, SO

Augusta 5, Gwinnett 4

Pensacola 7, Texas 4

Utah at Bakersfield, late

Stockton at Fresno, late

Phoenix at Long Beach, late

Idaho at Alaska, late

THURSDAY

Cincinnati 5, Toledo 2

Reading 3, Charlotte 0

Phoenix 4, Victoria 2

TONIGHT

Johnstown at Toledo

Dayton at Trenton

Wheeling at Cincinnati

South Carolina at Florida

Columbia at Gwinnett

Texas at Pensacola

Victoria at Phoenix

Utah at Bakersfield

Stockton at Long Beach

Idaho at Alaska

PREP WRESTLING

THURSDAY

ANTHONY WAYNE 42, MAUMEE 29: 103- Warren (M) d. Brown, 10-6; 112- Schlegel (M) tech fall Irwin, 15-0; 119- Seifert (AW) p. Waldron, 2:29; 125- McCulloch (AW) p. Johnson, 2:32; 130- Switzer (AW) p. V. Johnson , 2:32; 135- M. Johnson (M) d. Olsavsky, 6-5; 140- Graves (M) p. Bischoff, 5:59; 145- Miles (AW) injury default Eldred; 152- Myers (AW) p. Dunlap, 51 seconds; 160- Munson (AW) d. LaClair, 9-8; 171- Benner (AW) p. Carter, 1:06; 189- Medere (M) p. Pitzen, 1:52; 215- Rippke (M) won by forfeit; 285- Dotson (AW) d. Cooper, 3-1.

Start 40, Clay 36: 103 Whitt (C) forfeit; 112 B. Leedy (S) fall Walters 3:46; 119 McLaughlin (C) dec. K. Leedy 7-2; 125 Sutter (C) fall Abitua 5:17; 130 Gaunes (C) fall Stribling :16; 135 Ondrus (C) forfeit; 140 Julious (S) fall Fisher 7:48; 145 Jones (S) fall Campos 1:16; 152 Brubaker (S) fall Wharton 1:33; 160 Tomaszewski (S) fall M. Morrissey 5:32; 171 Kaser (S) dec. B. Morrissey 8-4; 189 Dunklin (S) maj. dec. Ward 21-8; 215 Crowe (S) fall Hmelewsky :59; 285 Augustyniak (S) forfeit.

Clay 48, Central Catholic 26:103 Whitt (C) forfeit; 112 Walters (C) forfeit; 119 McLaughin (C) fall over Covarrubias 4:48; 125 Sutter (C) fall over Duckett 1:28; 130 Ganues (C) dec. Ranazzi 6-4; 135 Ondrus (C) fall over McCabe 3:08; 140 Fisher (C) fall over Naufel :59; 145 Campos (C) dec. Dias 13-6; 152 Wharton (C) fall over Staebler 1:23; 160 Nino (CC) maj. dec. M. Morrissey 11-2; 171 Henderson (CC) maj. dec. B. Morrissey 18-7; 189 Szymanski (CC) fall over Ward 1:22; 215 Pickeral (CC) fall over Hmelewsky 1:14; 285 Franks (CC) forfeit.

Central Catholic 38, Start 36: 103 Double forfeit; 112 B. Leedy (S) forfeit; 119 K. Leedy (S) fall over Covarrubias 4:53; 125 Duckett (CC) fall over Abitua 2:53; 130 Ranazzi (CC) fall over Stribling :59; 135 McCabe (CC) forfeit; 140 Julious (S) fall over Naufel :53; 145 Jones (S) fall over Dias 1:34; 152 Brubaker (S) dec. Staebler 2-1; 160 Nino (CC) fall over Tomaszewski 4:55; 171 Henderson (CC) tech. fall Kaser 19-1; 189 Szymanski (CC) dec. Dunklin 3-1; 215 Pickeral (CC) fall over Crowe 1:59; 285 Augustyniak (S) fall over Franks 1:22.

LOCAL BOWLING

Honor Roll

300 games

Greg Davis, Jug s 300-279-254-833

Jeff Stevens, Interstate 212-300-267-779

Stan Kruzel, Jug s 300-217-247-764

Jack Dickason, Jug s 227-213-300-740

Russ Morse, Jug s 225-300-213-738

Jeff Szych, Glass Bowl 300-218-208-726

Joe Pastorek, Southwyck 224-300-180-704

Steve Agler Sr., Interstate 193-300-204-697

Paul Groth, Glass Bowl 300-188-204-692

Don Mannix, Interstate 167-179-300-644

Rick Radocy, Interstate 194-300-144-638

High series

Men (750 or better)

Bob Schnuth, Jug s 797

Jerry Tanner, Southwyck 793

Beau Bowman, Jug s 783

Doug Denno, Jug s 771

Ray Doriot, Southwyck 770

Kevin Onweller, Glass Bowl 767

Marty Collyer, Jug s 766

John Specht, Jug s 765

Glen Tanner, Southwyck 763

Mike Tanner, Southwyck 762

Ed Ireland, Jug s 761

Bob Flaczynski, Jug s 759

Bob Hawkins, Glass Bowl 758

Andy Reutz, Jug s 757

Kevin Stark, Jug s 756

Garrick Gray, Jug s 755

Doug Miller, Jug s 755

Joe Kominek, Jug s 754

Bob Parisien III, Jug s 753

Jeff Sabol, Jug s 752

John Lizcano, Jug s 751

John Merki, Jug s 751

Jerry Zmundski, Jug s 750

Greg Krell, Jug s 750

Nate Burtscher, Southwyck 750

Women (650 or better)

Jodie Walter, Glass Bowl 751

Connie Fairchild, Glass Bowl 684

Deby Ledford, Jug s 671

Ann Lawson, Glass Bowl 669

Joanna Kosier, Glass Bowl 668

Jodi Woessner, Glass Bowl 666

Brooke Summers, Glass Bowl 664

Melony Auler, Southwyck 660

Marilyn Brown, Southwyck 653

Donna Miller, Jug s 652

Stacey Mock, Jug s 651

Men s KeyBankTraveling Classic

At Eastern Freeway

STANDINGS: Swanton Sports Center 27-3; Twin Oaks 26.5-3.5; Dunn Chevy Buick 20-10; KJ Excavating 18-12; New Glass Bowl 12-18; Bay Center Recreation 10-20; Lido Lanes 3.5-26.5; Loma Linda/Ventura s 3-27

Twin Oaks 1170-1092-1143-3405

Lido Lanes 922-1055-1071-3048

TWIN OAKS: Nick Stone 232-225-169-626; Kasey Blueitt 190-154-176-520; Mike Aumiller 237-266-289-792; Aaron Richardson 266-222-230-718; Jake Monto 245-225-279-749

LIDO: Patrick Coyne 184-225-257-666; Jeff Piekarzewski 163-222-220-605; Gary Liber 155-155; Ed Stange 199-235-194-628; Mike Hussing 221-192-163-576; Kid Caster 181-237-418

Dunn Chevy Buick 1104-1051-1160-3315

Bay Center Rec 1095-1144-1060-3299

DUNN CHEVY BUICK: Ernie Molnar 215-216-209-640; Steve Brown 225-174-278-677; Ed Pawlowski 227-219-219-659; Doug Rechtine 214-230-194-638; Don Genalo 223-212-266-701

BAY CENTER:Travis Patchen 278-202-201-601; Dan Weiss 180-268-248-696; Rob Huss Jr. 192-214-212-618; Dave Patchen 217-266-193-676; Jim Richardson 228-194-206-622

Loma-Linda 1033-1125-1110-3268

Swanton SC 1145-1241-1129-3525

LOMA LINDA: Brady Woessner 196-269-225-690; Jeff Kruzel 235-205-194-634; Adam Foltz 234-205-237-676; Dave Dobrzykowski 184-222-214-620; Jeff Kwiatkowski 184-224-240-648

SWANTON SC: Don Lewis 268-289-256-813; Joe Perry 196-237-199-632; John Putman 237-213-239-689; Jack Frost 235-256-199-690; Mickey Higham 209-246-236-691

New Glass Bowl 1029-1124-1065-3218

KJ Excavating 1108-1031-1114-3253

NEW GLASS BOWL: Brian Dick 2249-255-202-706; Aaron Hawkins 193-289-208-6909; Sean Severence 176-179-212-567; Jodi Woessner 194-212-232-638; Chris Hayward 227-199-211-637

KJ EXCAVATING: Bryan Cleavenger 136-214-189-589; Chuck Reynolds 214-173-247-634; Lee Papocchia 234-243-231-708; Keith Nusbaum 257-197-188-642; J.J. Westhoven 217-204-259-680

Next week: At Bowlero, 9:30 p.m.

PREP HOCKEY

Northwest Hockey Conf.

SCHEDULE

(All Games at Tam O Shanter unless otherwise noted)

LAST NIGHT

Bedford vs. Central, late., Ice House

TODAY

Maumee vs. Clay, 2:30 p.m.

SOUTHVIEW 4, ANTHONY WAYNE 1: Goals:S:- Howard, 3; Burtch 1. AW- Perkins 1. Saves: Koralewski (AW) 49; Fisher (S) 22.

SOUTHVIEW 5, WHITMER 4: S: Phillips 4, Karabin. W: Dormeo 2, Soldner, Condrell. Saves: Fisher (S) 22; Retsl (W) 30.

Sportlight

Dec. 23

1951 Norm Van Brocklin s 73-yard touchdown pass to Tom Fears in the fourth quarter gives the Los Angeles Rams a 24-17 victory over the Cleveland Browns for the NFL title.

1962 Tommy Brooker kicks a 25-yard field goal 17:54 into overtime, giving the Dallas Texans a 20-17 victory over Houston for the AFL title.

1978 Bryan Trottier has five goals and three assists to lead the New York Islanders to a 9-4 victory over the Rangers. Trottier sets an NHL record with three goals and three assists in the second period.

1996 Barry Sanders of the Detroit Lions rushes for 175 yards in a 24-14 loss to San Francisco to finish with 1,553 yards for the season. It s Sanders third straight season with at least 1,500 yards rushing, a first in the NFL..

College Basketball

MEN

EAST

Albany, N.Y. 78, Cornell 75

Brown 95, Hartford 82

C.W. Post 56, S. Connecticut 48

Drexel 69, Temple 54

Duquesne 72, St. Francis, Pa. 71

Kings, Pa. 81, Misericordia 73

Lafayette 58, Mount St. Mary s, Md. 56

New Hampshire 67, Iona 52

Pace 87, St. Anselm 61

Philadelphia 63, American International 57

Providence 101, Harvard 92

Rhode Island 65, Boston U. 51

Rider 74, Fairleigh Dickinson 72

Rowan 79, Chestnut Hill 61

Rutgers 67, Lehigh 61

Shippensburg 72, Neumann 50

Syracuse 85, Hofstra 60

Wilkes 72, Ursinus 52

MIDWEST

Butler 76, Evansville 65

Detroit 60, Northeastern 51

E. Illinois 76, W. Illinois 56

Indiana 86, IUPUI 57

Loyola of Chicago 72, UC Irvine 69

Marquette 77, Morgan St. 57

Michigan Tech 62, Minn. Duluth 55

Nevada 73, Akron 71

North Carolina 69, Saint Louis 48

Purdue 79, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 61

S. Dakota St. 65, Montana St. 62

Youngstown St. 62, Kent St. 58

Ball St. 67, Tennessee St. 60

SOUTH

Bowling Green 79, Marshall 78

Fla. International 90, Palm Beach Atlantic 74

Georgia Tech 78, Georgia 69

Kentucky 82, Massachusetts 68

Mississippi 81, Alabama A&M 57

Missouri St. 81, South Florida 69

Savannah St. 52, Bethune-Cookman 49

Texas A&M 87, Auburn 58

Tulane 70, Ark.-Pine Bluff 68

W. Kentucky 73, South Alabama 51

Wake Forest 72, Richmond 59

William & Mary 70, UMBC 58

SOUTHWEST

Arkansas 68, Oral Roberts 56

Baylor 103, Prairie View 61

North Texas 94, Jarvis Christian 70

Sam Houston St. 89, Wis.-Milwaukee 73

Stephen F.Austin 86, N. Illinois 78

FAR WEST

Colorado St. at Boise St., ppd.

Kansas St. 68, Southern Cal 55

Kennesaw St. 67, Md.-Eastern Shore 49

Longwood 73, Charleston Southern 67

UNLV 62, Minnesota 58

TOURNAMENT

ASU Sleep America Classic

Championship

Davidson 75, Arizona St. 70

Third Place

Ohio 95, N. Carolina A&T 83

Midwest Catholic Tournament

Second Round

St. Gregory s 74, Spring Hill 69

St. Xavier 62, Mount Marty 60

Viterbo 79, Siena Heights 61

Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic

Third Place

Charlotte 74, Valparaiso 62

Third Place

Wyoming 84, San Francisco 81, OT

WOMEN

EAST

Air Force at Navy, ppd.

Canisius 56, Syracuse 43

Chestnut Hill 74, Rowan 51

Delaware 66, Fordham 42

Hofstra 70, Hartford 54

Monmouth, N.J. 76, American U. 64

Princeton 62, Duquesne 59

Providence 81, Rhode Island 59

S. Connecticut 74, Dominican, N.Y. 48

SE Missouri 61, Buffalo 50

St. Francis, NY 59, NJIT 36

Temple 68, Villanova 66

Towson 76, Rider 42

Yale 67, Marist 52

MIDWEST

Ball St. 69, Xavier 63

Indianapolis 59, Brescia 54

Iowa 77, Drake 70

Lake Superior St. 58, Wayne, Mich. 46

Michigan Tech 74, Minn. Duluth 62

N. Dakota St. 62, Minnesota 48

St. Bonaventure 56, Michigan 50

W. Michigan 54, Chicago St. 47

Wis.-Green Bay 92, Illinois St. 64

Wright St. 60, Dayton 59

SOUTH

Clemson 94, Wofford 81

N.C. State 66, Lehigh 34

Tennessee 75, Old Dominion 59

Tennessee St. 76, Savannah St. 70

Tulane 58, Winthrop 53

FAR WEST

Arizona St. 89, Arizona 62

Arkansas St. at Denver, ppd.

California 62, Southern Cal 53

Michigan St. 73, CS Northridge 69, OT

Saint Louis 60, Utah St. 57

Stanford 68, UCLA 59

baseball

2006 Final Baseball Payrolls

Figures are for 40-man rosters and include salaries and pro-rated shares of signing bonuses and earned incentive bonuses and other compensation.

N.Y. Yankees $207,461,320

Boston 137,497,097

N.Y. Mets 116,571,696

Houston 107,659,635

L.A. Dodgers 107,260,989

L.A. Angels 104,016,671

Chicago Cubs 99,021,384

San Francisco 98,978,681

Chicago White Sox 96,913,615

St. Louis 96,115,466

Seattle 95,335,400

Philadelphia 93,329,232

Atlanta 92,185,986

Detroit 89,763,276

Texas 82,730,146

Baltimore 76,138,206

San Diego 73,796,449

Toronto 72,439,018

Oakland 70,967,799

Washington 67,483,815

Minnesota 64,809,258

Cincinnati 63,697,573

Arizona 61,466,435

Milwaukee 58,075,937

Colorado 53,238,293

Cleveland 52,414,602

Kansas City 51,467,137

Pittsburgh 43,443,685

Tampa Bay 36,446,477

Florida 21,124,332

NFL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

New England 10 4 0 .714 321 193

N.Y. Jets 8 6 0 .571 280 282

Buffalo 7 7 0 .500 264 262

Miami 6 8 0 .429 228 243

South

W L T Pct PF PA

x-Indianapolis 11 3 0 .786 376 311

Jacksonville 8 6 0 .571 320 215

Tennessee 7 7 0 .500 271 331

Houston 4 10 0 .286 226 336

North

W L T Pct PF PA

x-Baltimore 11 3 0 .786 303 187

Cincinnati 8 6 0 .571 333 284

Pittsburgh 7 7 0 .500 323 267

Cleveland 4 10 0 .286 225 320

West

W L T Pct PF PA

x-San Diego 12 2 0 .857 445 266

Denver 8 6 0 .571 272 256

Kansas City 7 7 0 .500 276 276

Oakland 2 12 0 .143 156 289

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

y-Dallas 9 5 0 .643 387 288

Philadelphia 8 6 0 .571 351 304

N.Y. Giants 7 7 0 .500 314 304

Washington 5 9 0 .357 248 305

South

W L T Pct PF PA

x-New Orleans 9 5 0 .643 362 284

Atlanta 7 7 0 .500 272 294

Carolina 6 8 0 .429 229 281

Tampa Bay 3 11 0 .214 182 323

North

W L T Pct PF PA

x-Chicago 12 2 0 .857 394 208

Green Bay 7 8 0 .467 275 359

Minnesota 6 9 0 .400 261 286

Detroit 2 12 0 .143 245 341

West

W L T Pct PF PA

Seattle 8 6 0 .571 295 314

San Francisco 6 8 0 .429 252 363

St. Louis 6 8 0 .429 289 329

Arizona 4 10 0 .286 268 342

x-clinched division

y-clinched playoff spot

THURSDAY

Green Bay 9, Minnesota 7

TONIGHT

Kansas City at Oakland, 8

TOMORROW

Chicago at Detroit, 1

Carolina at Atlanta, 1

Tennessee at Buffalo, 1

Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 1

Indianapolis at Houston, 1

Washington at St. Louis, 1

New Orleans at N.Y. Giants, 1

New England at Jacksonville, 1

Tampa Bay at Cleveland, 1

Arizona at San Francisco, 4:05

San Diego at Seattle, 4:15

Cincinnati at Denver, 4:15

MONDAY

Philadelphia at Dallas, 5

N.Y. Jets at Miami, 8:30

THURSDAY

Minnesota 0 0 7 0 7

Green Bay 3 3 0 3 9

GB FG Rayner 38, 9:09.

GB FG Rayner 44, :00.

Minn Smoot 47 interception return (Longwell kick), 5:10.

GB FG Rayner 44, 1:34.

A 70,864.

TEAM STATS

Min GB

First downs 3 19

Total Net Yards 104 319

Rushes-yards 22-77 24-46

Passing 27 273

Punt Returns 1-(-1) 9-60

Kickoff Returns 3-80 2-20

Interceptions Ret. 2-47 1-14

Comp-Att-Int 10-20-1 26-51-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 3-23 1-12

Punts 10-43.4 5-45.0

Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-1

Penalties-Yards 10-68 4-35

Time of Possession 25:21 34:39

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Minnesota, C.Taylor 15-49, Jackson 5-23, Pinner 2-5. Green Bay, Green 18-42, Morency 4-4, Herron 1-1, Favre 1-(minus 1).

PASSING Minnesota, Jackson 10-20-1-50. Green Bay, Favre 26-50-2-285, Holiday 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING Minnesota, C.Taylor 3-18, Moore 2-10, Be.Johnson 2-8, T.Taylor 1-9, Wiggins 1-4, Williamson 1-1. Green Bay, Driver 9-99, Franks 5-43, Green 4-27, R.Martin 3-69, Lee 3-41, Herron 1-4, Jennings 1-2.

Pro Bowl Roster

Sunday, Feb. 10

At Honolulu

American Football Conference

Offense

Wide Receivers s-Andre Johnson, Houston; s-Chad Johnson, Cincinnati; Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis; Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis.

Tackles s-Willie Anderson, Cincinnati; s-Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore; Tarik Glenn, Indianapolis.

Guards s-Alan Faneca, Pittsburgh; s-Will Shields, Kansas City; Brian Waters, Kansas City.

Centers s-Jeff Saturday, Indianapolis; Nick Hardwick, San Diego.

Tight Ends s-Antonio Gates, San Diego; Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City.

Quarterbacks s-Peyton Manning, Indianapolis; Carson Palmer, Cincinnati; Philip Rivers, San Diego.

Running Backs s-LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego; Larry Johnson, Kansas City; Willie Parker, Pittsburgh.

Fullback s-Lorenzo Neal, San Diego.

Defense

Ends s-Aaron Schobel, Buffalo; s-Jason Taylor, Miami; Derrick Burgess, Oakland.

Interior Linemen s-Richard Seymour, New England; s-Jamal Williams, San Diego; Casey Hampton, Pittsburgh.

Outside Linebackers s-Shawne Merriman, San Diego; s-Adalius Thomas, Baltimore; Terrell Suggs, Baltimore.

Inside Linebackers s-Al Wilson, Denver; Zach Thomas, Miami.

Cornerbacks s-Champ Bailey, Denver; s-Rashean Mathis, Jacksonville; Chris McAlister, Baltimore.

Strong Safety s-Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh.

Free Safeties s-Ed Reed, Baltimore; John Lynch, Denver.

Specialists

Punter Brian Moorman, Buffalo.

Placekicker Nate Kaeding, San Diego.

Kick Return Specialist Justin Miller, New York.

Special Teamer Kassim Osgood, San Diego.

National Football Conference

Offense

Wide Receivers s-Torry Holt, St. Louis; s-Steve Smith, Carolina; Anquan Boldin, Arizona; Donald Driver, Green Bay.

Tackles s-Jammal Brown, New Orleans; s-Walter Jones, Seattle; Chris Samuels, Washington.

Guards s-Shawn Andrews, Philadelphia; s-Steve Hutchinson, Minnesota; Larry Allen, San Francisco.

Centers s-Olin Kreutz, Chicago; Matt Birk, Minnesota.

Tight Ends s-Alge Crumpler, Atlanta; Jeremy Shockey, New York.

Quarterbacks s-Drew Brees, New Orleans; Marc Bulger, St. Louis; Tony Romo, Dallas.

Running Backs s-Frank Gore, San Francisco; Tiki Barber, New York; Steven Jackson, St. Louis.

Fullback s-Mack Strong, Seattle.

Defense

Ends s-Julius Peppers, Carolina; s-Will Smith, New Orleans; Aaron Kampman, Green Bay.

Interior Linemen s-Tommie Harris, Chicago; s-Kevin Williams, Minnesota; Kris Jenkins, Carolina.

Outside Linebackers s-Lance Briggs, Chicago; s-DeMarcus Ware, Dallas; Julian Peterson, Seattle.

Inside Linebackers s-Brian Urlacher, Chicago; Lofa Tatupu, Seattle.

Cornerbacks s-Ronde Barber, Tampa Bay; s-DeAngelo Hall, Atlanta; Lito Sheppard, Philadelphia.

Strong Safeties s-Adrian Wilson, Arizona; Roy Williams, Dallas.

Free Safety s-Brian Dawkins, Philadelphia.

Specialists

Punter Mat McBriar, Dallas.

Placekicker Robbie Gould, Chicago.

Kick Return Specialist Devin Hester, Chicago.

Special Teamer Brendan Ayanbadejo, Chicago.

AFC Individual Leaders

Through Week 15

Quarterbacks

Att Com Yds TD Int

Manning, Ind. 493 319 3910 26 9

Huard, K.C. 241 146 1824 11 1

Palmer, Cin. 442 283 3575 24 11

Rivers, S.D. 406 255 2976 18 8

Losman, Buf. 361 229 2548 17 10

Brady, N.E. 453 276 3055 22 12

McNair, Bal. 402 251 2578 13 9

Carr, Hou. 404 277 2518 10 11

Pennington, NY-J 426 277 2958 15 16

Garrard, Jac. 200 118 1400 8 8

Rushers

Att Yds Avg LG TD

Tomlinson, S.D. 310 1626 5.2 85t 28

L. Johnson, K.C. 352 1516 4.3 47 13

Parker, Pit. 287 1331 4.6 76 11

R. Johnson, Cin. 298 1133 3.8 22t 11

Taylor, Jac. 224 1120 5.0 76 5

J. Lewis, Bal. 270 986 3.7 52 8

Henry, Ten. 224 974 4.3 70t 7

T. Bell, Den. 209 927 4.4 51 2

Addai, Ind. 190 917 4.8 41 7

McGahee, Buf. 226 872 3.9 57t 5

Receivers

No Yds Avg LG TD

A. Johnson, Hou. 97 1087 11.2 53 5

Coles, NY-J 87 1065 12.2 58t 6

Harrison, Ind. 82 1180 14.4 68t 9

C. Johnson, Cin. 80 1284 16.1 74t 7

Wayne, Ind. 77 1213 15.8 51t 9

Houshmandzadeh, Cin. 77 943 12.2 40t 8

Winslow, Cle. 76 755 9.9 40 3

Cotchery, NY-J 71 858 12.1 71t 5

Evans, Buf. 70 1083 15.5 83t 6

Gonzalez, K.C. 66 812 12.3 57 5

Scoring

Touchdowns

TD Rush Rec Ret Pts

Tomlinson, S.D. 31 28 3 0 186

L. Johnson, K.C. 15 13 2 0 90

Parker, Pit. 14 11 3 0 84

Jones-Drew, Jac. 13 10 2 1 78

R. Johnson, Cin. 11 11 0 0 66

Dillon, N.E. 10 10 0 0 60

Wayne, Ind. 9 0 9 0 56

Harrison, Ind. 9 0 9 0 54

Addai, Ind. 8 7 1 0 48

Gates, S.D. 8 0 8 0 48

Houshmandzadeh, Cin. 8 0 8 0 48

J. Lewis, Bal. 8 8 0 0 48

Walker, Den. 8 1 7 0 48

Kicking

PAT FG LG Pts

Kaeding, S.D. 53-53 22-25 54 119

Scobee, Jac. 35-35 25-30 48 110

Graham, Cin. 36-38 23-27 51 105

Stover, Bal. 32-32 23-25 52 101

Elam, Den. 29-29 23-25 51 98

Vinatieri, Ind. 32-32 22-25 48 98

Reed, Pit. 38-38 19-26 50 95

Tynes, K.C. 28-29 22-28 53 94

Nugent, NY-J 31-32 19-22 54 88

Gostkowski, N.E. 36-36 17-21 52 87

NFC Individual Leaders

Through Week 15

Quarterbacks

Att Com Yds TD Int

Romo, Dal. 276 183 2440 16 10

Brees, N.O. 517 339 4240 25 11

McNabb, Phi. 316 180 2647 18 6

Bulger, St.L 520 326 3665 19 8

Brunell, Was. 260 162 1789 8 4

Delhomme, Car. 404 240 2598 15 11

Manning, NY-G 471 280 3069 22 17

Hasselbeck, Sea. 305 176 2037 17 13

Vick, Atl. 354 187 2284 19 11

Grossman, Chi. 432 240 2963 22 17

Rushers

Att Yds Avg LG TD

Gore, S.F. 271 1491 5.5 72 6

Barber, NY-G 288 1357 4.7 46 2

S. Jackson, St.L 288 1236 4.3 37 9

C. Taylor, Min. 276 1136 4.1 95t 5

Jones, Chi. 275 1121 4.1 30t 6

Westbrook, Phi. 213 1092 5.1 71t 7

Dunn, Atl. 258 1053 4.1 90t 4

J. Jones, Dal. 247 1019 4.1 77t 4

Vick, Atl. 116 990 8.5 51 2

James, Ariz 292 988 3.4 18 5

Receivers

No Yds Avg LG TD

Bush, N.O. 84 706 8.4 74 2

S. Jackson, St.L 82 680 8.3 28 1

Driver, G.B. 80 1173 14.7 82t 7

Holt, St.L 80 1044 13.1 67t 10

Owens, Dal. 77 1040 13.5 51t 11

Furrey, Det. 77 877 11.4 31 4

Smith, Car. 76 1081 14.2 72t 6

Boldin, Ariz 75 1027 13.7 49t 4

Westbrook, Phi. 74 664 9.0 52t 4

R. Williams, Det. 70 1127 16.1 60t 4

Scoring

Touchdowns

TD Rush Rec Ret Pts

Barber, Dal. 15 13 2 0 90

Owens, Dal. 11 0 11 0 68

Westbrook, Phi. 11 7 4 0 66

Holt, St.L 10 0 10 0 60

Jackson, Sea. 10 0 10 0 60

S. Jackson, St.L 10 9 1 0 60

McAllister, N.O. 10 9 0 1 60

R. Brown, Phi. 9 1 8 0 54

Burress, NY-G 9 0 9 0 54

Jacobs, NY-G 9 9 0 0 54

Kicking

PAT FG LG Pts

Gould, Chi. 44-44 28-32 49 128

Wilkins, St.L 26-26 29-33 51 113

Carney, N.O. 40-41 20-22 51 100

Hanson, Det. 24-24 25-29 53 99

Feely, NY-G 33-33 21-25 47 96

J. Brown, Sea. 32-32 21-27 54 95

Nedney, S.F. 25-25 23-29 51 94

Rackers, Ariz 28-28 22-31 50 94

Rayner, G.B. 29-29 21-27 54 92

Kasay, Car. 23-23 22-25 54 89

Transactions

BASEBALL

American League

BOSTON RED SOX Agreed to terms with RHP Runelvys Hernandez on a minor league contract.

NEW YORK YANKEES Agreed to terms with INF Juan Miranda on a four-year contract.

TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS Agreed to terms with RHP Doug Waechter on a minor league contract.

TEXAS RANGERS Agreed to terms with OF Todd Donovan and INF Jared Sandberg on minor league contracts.

National League

HOUSTON ASTROS Agreed to terms with INF Eric Bruntlett on a one-year contract.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

NEW ORLEANS HORNETS Signed G Devin Brown.

NBA Development League

ALBUQUERQUE THUNDERBIRDS Re-signed F Joe Shipp. Waived F-C Eddy Fobbs.

ARKANSAS RIMROCKERS Signed F Tyrone Salley. Waived F Matt Haryasz.

DAKOTA WIZARDS Signed F Alfred Neale.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

NFL Suspended San Francisco 49ers WR Antonio Bryant for four games for violating the NFL s substance abuse policy.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Signed P Todd Sauerbrun.

Canadian Football League

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS Signed DB Chris Martin.

Arena Football League

CHICAGO RUSH Signed OL-DL Jon Doty and WR C.J. Johnson.

GEORGIA FORCE Waived LB Anthony Robinson.

ORLANDO PREDATORS Signed DB Rayshun Reed. Re-signed FB-LB Marlon Moye-Moore.

PHILADELPHIA SOUL Re-signed QB Tony Graziani.

SAN JOSE SABERCATS Signed OL Todd Williams. Re-signed WR Ben Nelson. Waived FB-LB Lyndell Hawkins.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

NHL Suspended Nashville F Scott Nichol nine games for a blind-side punch to the head of Buffalo D Jaroslav Spacek in a Dec. 21 game.

CALGARY FLAMES Assigned RW Dave Moss, C Dustin Boyd and D Richie Regehr to Omaha of the AHL.

ST. LOUIS BLUES Recalled C Trent Whitfield from Peoria of the AHL.

WASHINGTON CAPITALS Recalled LW Alexandre Giroux and D Jeff Schultz from Hershey of the AHL.

Central Hockey league

AMARILLO GORILLAS Signed G Garth Carrell.

NEW MEXICO SCORPIONS Placed D Shawn Futers on waivers.

ECHL

JOHNSTOWN CHIEFS Signed F Dmitri Tarabrin.

TOLEDO STORM Added F Nello Ferrara and G Steve Klockowski to the roster.

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

D.C. UNITED Acquired a partial allocation from Toronto FC for F Alecko Eskandarian.

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION Re-signed M-D Daniel Hernandez. Named Gwynne Williams goalkeeper coach.

NEW YORK RED BULLS Announced the retirement of M Chris Henderson.

COLLEGE

AIR FORCE Named Troy Calhoun football coach.

AKRON Re-signed Keith Dambrot, men s basketball coach, to a five-year contract.

BOSTON COLLEGE Suspended junior K Ryan Ohliger for the Meineke Car Care Bowl for a violation of team rules.

FLORIDA STATE Announced the resignation of Billy Sexton, assistant football coach.

KENTUCKY Agreed to terms with Rich Brooks, football coach, to a contract extension.

ONEONTA Named Tracey Ranieri athletic director.

TENNESSEE TECH Extended the contract of Mike Sutton, men s basketball coach, through the 2010-11 season.

WISCONSIN Announced men s basketball freshman G Mickey Perry will transfer.

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

W L T Pts GF GA

Miami 10 3 1 21 54 32

Notre Dame 9 2 1 19 44 22

Michigan 8 5 0 16 53 47

Michigan St. 7 5 1 15 38 31

Lake Superior St. 6 4 2 14 31 26

Alaska-Fairbanks 5 4 3 13 35 37

Ohio St. 5 6 3 13 43 42

Neb.-Omaha 5 6 1 11 46 42

W. Michigan 5 7 1 11 41 53

N. Michigan 4 7 1 9 29 33

Ferris St. 2 9 2 6 24 45

Bowling Green 2 10 0 4 25 53

OVERALL RECORDS: Notre Dame 14-3-1, Miami 14-5-1, Lake Superior St. 11-5-2, Alaska-Fairbanks 7-5-4, Michigan 12-7-0, Michigan St. 9-7-1, Neb.-Omaha 8-7-4, W. Michigan 6-8-1, Ohio St. 5-9-4, N. Michigan 7-10-2, Ferris St. 4-11-2, Bowling Green 4-13-1.

FRIDAY, Dec. 29

Alaska-Fairbanks at Alaska-Anchorage

Ferris St. vs. Massachusetts at Dodge Holiday Classic

Lake Superior St. vs. Providence at Badger Showdown

Miami vs. Bowling Green at Ohio Hockey Classic

Michigan vs. Michigan Tech at Great Lakes Invitational

Michigan St. vs. Harvard at Great Lakes Invitational



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