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Published: Saturday, 12/30/2006

College football bowl schedule, college basketball

PRO FOOTBALL

NFL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

x-New England 11 4 0 .733 345 214

N.Y. Jets 9 6 0 .600 293 292

Buffalo 7 8 0 .467 293 292

Miami 6 9 0 .400 238 256

South

W L T Pct PF PA

x-Indianapolis 11 4 0 .733 400 338

Tennessee 8 7 0 .533 301 360

Jacksonville 8 7 0 .533 341 239

Houston 5 10 0 .333 253 360

North

W L T Pct PF PA

x-Baltimore 12 3 0 .800 334 194

Cincinnati 8 7 0 .533 356 308

Pittsburgh 7 8 0 .467 330 298

Cleveland 4 11 0 .267 232 342

West

W L T Pct PF PA

x-San Diego 13 2 0 .867 465 283

Denver 9 6 0 .600 296 279

Kansas City 8 7 0 .533 296 285

Oakland 2 13 0 .133 165 309

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

y-Philadelphia 9 6 0 .600 374 311

y-Dallas 9 6 0 .600 394 311

N.Y. Giants 7 8 0 .467 321 334

Washington 5 10 0 .333 279 342

South

W L T Pct PF PA

x-New Orleans 10 5 0 .667 392 291

Carolina 7 8 0 .467 239 284

Atlanta 7 8 0 .467 275 304

Tampa Bay 4 11 0 .267 204 330

North

W L T Pct PF PA

x-Chicago 13 2 0 .867 420 229

Green Bay 7 8 0 .467 275 359

Minnesota 6 9 0 .400 261 286

Detroit 2 13 0 .133 266 367

West

W L T Pct PF PA

x-Seattle 8 7 0 .533 312 334

St. Louis 7 8 0 .467 326 360

San Francisco 6 9 0 .400 272 389

Arizona 5 10 0 .333 294 362

x-clinched division

y-clinched playoff spot

SATURDAY

N.Y. Giants at Washington, 8

SUNDAY

Detroit at Dallas, 1

Oakland at N.Y. Jets, 1

St. Louis at Minnesota, 1

Cleveland at Houston, 1

Carolina at New Orleans, 1

New England at Tennessee, 1

Seattle at Tampa Bay, 1

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 1

Jacksonville at Kansas City, 1

Buffalo at Baltimore, 4:15

Miami at Indianapolis, 4:15

Arizona at San Diego, 4:15

Atlanta at Philadelphia, 4:15

San Francisco at Denver, 4:15

Green Bay at Chicago, 8:15

NFL Injury Report

NEW YORK (AP) The National Football League updated injury report for this weekend s games, as provided by the league:

Saturday

NEW YORK GIANTS AT WASHINGTON REDSKINS New York Giants:OUT: TE Jeremy Shockey (Ankle); G Rich Seubert (Shin). PROBABLE: RB Jim Finn (Back). Washington Redskins:OUT: LB Khary Campbell (Hamstring-IR). PROBABLE: C Casey Rabach (Hand); T Jon Jansen (Calf).

Sunday

DETROIT LIONS AT DALLAS COWBOYS Detroit Lions:OUT: G Ross Verba (Groin/IR); TE Casey Fitzsimmons (Shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: LB Teddy Lehman (Hamstring); WR Eddie Drummond (Ankle). PROBABLE: TE Marcus Pollard (Hamstring). Dallas Cowboys:QUESTIONABLE: DE Jay Ratliff (Shoulder); CB Jacques Reeves (Elbow).

CLEVELAND BROWNS AT HOUSTON TEXANS Cleveland Browns:OUT: LB Andra Davis (Concussion). DOUBTFUL: DE Alvin McKinley (Shoulder); CB Leigh Bodden (Ankle); WR Joe Jurevicius (Concussion); G Joe Andruzzi (Knee). QUESTIONABLE: LB Mason Unck (Groin); WR Dennis Northcutt (Quadricep); QB Charlie Frye (Right Wrist); TE Kellen Winslow (Knee). PROBABLE: LB Chaun Thompson (Thumb); DE Nick Eason (Foot). Houston Texans:QUESTIONABLE: TE Owen Daniels (Shoulder). PROBABLE: RB Ron Dayne (Ankle); DE Mario Williams (Foot).

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Jacksonville Jaguars:OUT: T Stockar McDougle (Chest). QUESTIONABLE: S Deon Grant (Hamstring); DT Tony McDaniel (Hip). PROBABLE: RB Fred Taylor (Hamstring); P Chris Hanson (Left Hamstring); DT Marcus Stroud (Ankle); QB David Garrard (Hamstring); CB Ahmad Carroll (Illness); LB Jorge Cordova (Hamstring); WR Matt Jones (Hamstring); RB Derrick Wimbush (Ankle); RB Maurice Jones-Drew (Knee). Kansas City Chiefs: OUT: LB Rich Scanlon (Neck); T Kyle Turley (Shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: RB Michael Bennett (Ankle); TE Jason Dunn (Back). PROBABLE: DT Ryan Sims (Illness); DE Jimmy Wilkerson (Hamstring).

ST. LOUIS RAMS AT MINNESOTA VIKINGS St. Louis Rams:DOUBTFUL: RB Paul Smith (Neck). QUESTIONABLE: DE Victor Adeyanju (Forearm). PROBABLE: LB Will Witherspoon (Knee); DT La Roi Glover (Ribs); DE Leonard Little (Neck); WR Torry Holt (Knee). Minnesota Vikings:PROBABLE: TE Jim Kleinsasser (Elbow); LB Napoleon Harris (Wrist); RB Chester Taylor (Ribs); QB Brooks Bollinger (Left Shoulder); TE Jeff Dugan (Foot); WR Troy Williamson (Hamstring); P Chris Kluwe (Hamstring); QB Tarvaris Jackson (Knee).

CAROLINA PANTHERS AT NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Carolina Panthers:QUESTIONABLE: WR Drew Carter (Ankle); LB Thomas Davis (Shoulder). PROBABLE: QB Jake Delhomme (Right Thumb); QB Chris Weinke (Chest); RB Nick Goings (Chest). New Orleans Saints:DOUBTFUL: WR Joe Horn (Groin); S Omar Stoutmire (Knee); RB Aaron Stecker (Hamstring); TE Mark Campbell (Knee); WR Terrance Copper (Foot).

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS AT TENNESSEE TITANS New England Patriots:QUESTIONABLE: CB Chad Scott (Back); RB Kevin Faulk (Knee); DT Vince Wilfork (Ankle); TE Benjamin Watson (Knee); DE Marquise Hill (Knee); S Rashad Baker (Thigh); DE Mike Wright (Shoulder); WR Brandon Childress (Ankle); T Ryan O Callaghan (Neck). PROBABLE: S Rodney Harrison (Shoulder); CB Ellis Hobbs (Wrist); QB Tom Brady (Right Shoulder); DE Richard Seymour (Elbow). Tennessee Titans:QUESTIONABLE: DT Robaire Smith (Toe); RB Travis Henry (Ankle); WR Bobby Wade (Ankle); DT Tony Brown (Knee); DE Travis LaBoy (Knee); TE Casey Cramer (Neck); TE Bo Scaife (Ankle).

OAKLAND RAIDERS AT NEW YORK JETS Oakland Raiders:OUT: WR Jerry Porter (Hip); RB LaMont Jordan (Knee). DOUBTFUL: WR Randy Moss (Ankle). QUESTIONABLE: QB Aaron Brooks (Neck); RB Zack Crockett (Heel). PROBABLE: G Corey Hulsey (Knee); T Robert Gallery (Neck); CB Fabian Washington (Shoulder); G Kevin Boothe (Elbow). New York Jets:QUESTIONABLE: RB B.J. Askew (Foot); WR Laveranues Coles (Head); CB David Barrett (Hip); CB Andre Dyson (Knee); RB Kevan Barlow (Thigh); S Kerry Rhodes (Knee); RB Cedric Houston (Calf); S Eric Smith (Foot); RB James Hodgins (Knee). PROBABLE: LB Matt Chatham (Foot); QB Chad Pennington (Calf); DE Bryan Thomas (Shoulder); QB Patrick Ramsey (Calf); G Brandon Moore (Back); DT Rashad Moore (Hand).

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS AT TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Seattle Seahawks:DOUBTFUL: WR Darrell Jackson (Toe); CB Marcus Trufant (Ankle). QUESTIONABLE: G Chris Gray (Thigh). PROBABLE: C Robbie Tobeck (Hip); DT Rocky Bernard (Foot); LB Niko Koutouvides (Ankle). Tampa Bay Buccaneers:OUT: CB Alan Zemaitis (Shoulder); DE Julian Jenkins (Ankle). QUESTIONABLE: CB Juran Bolden (Quadricep); LB Jamie Winborn (Knee); DT Ellis Wyms (Ankle); S Jermaine Phillips (Wrist); RB Carnell Williams (Foot); TE Alex Smith (Back); G Davin Joseph (Knee).

PITTSBURGH STEELERS AT CINCINNATI BENGALS Pittsburgh Steelers:OUT: LB Clark Haggans (Knee); S Ryan Clark (Groin); T Max Starks (Knee). PROBABLE: S Troy Polamalu (Knee); QB Ben Roethlisberger (Left Shoulder); S Andre Lott (Ankle); LB James Harrison (Shoulder); C Jeff Hartings (Knee); CB Deshea Townsend (Hand); LB Clint Kriewaldt (Neck). Cincinnati Bengals:OUT: C Rich Braham (Knee). QUESTIONABLE: T Levi Jones (Knee). PROBABLE: G Eric Steinbach (Illness); S Madieu Williams (Thigh); LB A.J. Nicholson (Illness); T Willie Anderson (Foot); DE Bryan Robinson (Toe); DT Sam Adams (Illness).

ARIZONA CARDINALS AT SAN DIEGO CHARGERS Arizona Cardinals:OUT: QB Matt Leinart (Left Shoulder). DOUBTFUL: CB David Macklin (Hamstring); WR Troy Walters (Ankle); LB Gerald Hayes (Ribs). PROBABLE: S Hanik Milligan (Knee); CB Antrel Rolle (Toe); S Adrian Wilson (Illness); WR Bryant Johnson (Hip); WR Anquan Boldin (Illness); T Oliver Ross (Illness). San Diego Chargers:DOUBTFUL: DE Derreck Robinson (Foot). QUESTIONABLE: DE Luis Castillo (Ankle); WR Vincent Jackson (Hamstring); G Scott Mruczkowski (Knee); LB Randall Godfrey (Hamstring). PROBABLE: S Bhawoh Jue (Knee); WR Eric Parker (Neck); LB Shawne Merriman (Illness); T Marcus McNeill (Neck).

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS AT DENVER BRONCOS San Francisco 49ers: DOUBTFUL: T Jonas Jennings (Shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: LB Derek Smith (Hamstring). PROBABLE: S Mark Roman (Ankle). Denver Broncos:QUESTIONABLE: LB Keith Burns (Hand); LB Al Wilson (Back). PROBABLE: S Steve Cargile (Ankle); C Tom Nalen (Ankle); TE Stephen Alexander (Ribs); K Jason Elam (Left Hamstring).

BUFFALO BILLS AT BALTIMORE RAVENS Buffalo Bills:OUT: RB Daimon Shelton (Head). PROBABLE: S Donte Whitner (Toe). Baltimore Ravens:DOUBTFUL: T Jonathan Ogden (Toe). QUESTIONABLE: G Keydrick Vincent (Groin); LB Adalius Thomas (Ankle); DT Atiyyah Ellison (Shoulder). PROBABLE: WR Demetrius Williams (Knee); G Jason Brown (Ankle); WR Mark Clayton (Back); LB Bart Scott (Ankle); TE Daniel Wilcox (Back).

ATLANTA FALCONS AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Atlanta Falcons:OUT: WR Ashley Lelie (Shoulder). DOUBTFUL: CB Jason Webster (Groin). PROBABLE: RB Warrick Dunn (Calf); DT Grady Jackson (Knee); T Todd Weiner (Knee); DT Roderick Coleman (Knee); TE Alge Crumpler (Back); LB Edgerton Hartwell (Knee); CB DeAngelo Hall (Knee); LB Michael Boley (Hamstring). Philadelphia Eagles:QUESTIONABLE: LB Dedrick Roper (Knee); CB William James (Calf); S Michael Lewis (Knee). PROBABLE: RB Brian Westbrook (Illness); TE L.J. Smith (Toe); C Jamaal Jackson (Ankle); G Shawn Andrews (Collarbone); RB Bruce Perry (Hamstring); LB Jeremiah Trotter (Knee); LB Shawn Barber (Neck); CB Lito Sheppard (Back).

MIAMI DOLPHINS AT INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Miami Dolphins:QUESTIONABLE: DT Keith Traylor (Knee); WR Marty Booker (Ankle); S Travares Tillman (Hamstring); S Renaldo Hill (Wrist). PROBABLE: RB Ronnie Brown (Hand); CB Travis Daniels (Ankle). Indianapolis Colts:QUESTIONABLE: LB Rob Morris (Groin); RB Dominic Rhodes (Ankle); DE Dwight Freeney (Shoulder); TE Dallas Clark (Knee); S Bob Sanders (Knee); G Ryan Lilja (Knee); CB Kelvin Hayden (Concussion); LB Freddy Keiaho (Calf); WR Ricky Proehl (Hamstring). PROBABLE: K Adam Vinatieri (Left Knee); CB Marlin Jackson (Illness).

GREEN BAY PACKERS AT CHICAGO BEARS Green Bay Packers:QUESTIONABLE: TE David Martin (Rib); S Atari Bigby (Hamstring); LB Abdul Hodge (Shoulder). PROBABLE: CB Charles Woodson (Shoulder); RB Ahman Green (Knee); WR Donald Driver (Shoulder); DT Ryan Pickett (Foot); C Scott Wells (Shoulder). Chicago Bears:DOUBTFUL: RB Jason McKie (Ankle). QUESTIONABLE: CB Charles Tillman (Back).

AFC Individual Leaders

Through Week 16

Quarterbacks

Att Com Yds TD Int

Manning, Ind. 520 340 4115 29 9

Huard, K.C. 241 146 1824 11 1

Palmer, Cin. 482 304 3784 26 13

Rivers, S.D. 436 265 3157 20 8

Brady, N.E. 492 304 3304 23 12

Losman, Buf. 394 248 2814 18 12

McNair, Bal. 433 272 2834 16 11

Carr, Hou. 427 293 2681 11 11

Pennington, NY-J 455 291 3195 16 16

Garrard, Jac. 223 135 1595 9 8

Rushers

Att Yds Avg LG TD

Tomlinson, S.D. 332 1749 5.3 85t 28

L. Johnson, K.C. 383 1651 4.3 47 14

Parker, Pit. 300 1360 4.5 76 11

R. Johnson, Cin. 328 1262 3.8 22t 12

Taylor, Jac. 224 1120 5.0 76 5

Henry, Ten. 249 1109 4.5 70t 7

J. Lewis, Bal. 294 1063 3.6 52 9

Addai, Ind. 205 1017 5.0 41 7

T. Bell, Den. 221 977 4.4 51 2

McGahee, Buf. 248 967 3.9 57t 6

Receivers

No Yds Avg LG TD

A. Johnson, Hou. 101 1135 11.2 53 5

Harrison, Ind. 90 1292 14.4 68t 11

Coles, NY-J 89 1074 12.1 58t 6

Houshmandzadeh, Cin. 86 1037 12.1 40t 9

C. Johnson, Cin. 83 1316 15.9 74t 7

Wayne, Ind. 80 1240 15.5 51t 9

Winslow, Cle. 78 782 10.0 40 3

Evans, Buf. 75 1147 15.3 83t 7

Cotchery, NY-J 75 908 12.1 71t 6

Gonzalez, K.C. 71 879 12.4 57 5

Punters

No Yds LG Avg

Lechler, Oak. 74 3523 67 47.6

Colquitt, K.C. 67 2987 72 44.6

Smith, Ind. 43 1909 61 44.4

Graham, NY-J 68 3007 69 44.2

Larson, Cin. 71 3126 67 44.0

Zastudil, Cle. 76 3341 61 44.0

Moorman, Buf. 85 3711 66 43.7

Koch, Bal. 82 3542 61 43.2

Miller, N.E. 43 1848 62 43.0

Jones, Mia. 83 3559 64 42.9

Punt Returners

No Yds Avg LG TD

Parrish, Buf. 31 364 11.7 82t 1

Northcutt, Cle. 28 312 11.1 81 0

Wynn, Phi.-Hou. 24 265 11.0 58 0

Faulk, N.E. 31 330 10.6 43 0

P. Jones, Ten. 32 339 10.6 90t 2

Sams, Bal. 29 307 10.6 65 0

Holmes, Pit. 25 258 10.3 65t 1

Welker, Mia. 39 370 9.5 47 0

Hall, K.C. 25 235 9.4 60t 1

Wilkins, Ind. 20 185 9.3 82t 1

Kickoff Returners

No Yds Avg LG TD

Miller, NY-J 44 1257 28.6 103t 2

Maroney, N.E. 28 783 28.0 77 0

Jones-Drew, Jac. 26 718 27.6 93t 1

McGee, Buf. 46 1225 26.6 88 0

Turner, S.D. 36 954 26.5 58 0

Carr, Oak. 63 1628 25.8 50 0

Sams, Bal. 30 772 25.7 72 0

Cribbs, Cle. 58 1425 24.6 92t 1

Wilkins, Ind. 52 1272 24.5 70 0

Wade, Ten. 50 1194 23.9 48 0

Scoring

Touchdowns

TD Rush Rec Ret Pts

Tomlinson, S.D. 31 28 3 0 186

L. Johnson, K.C. 16 14 2 0 96

Jones-Drew, Jac. 15 12 2 1 90

Parker, Pit. 14 11 3 0 84

R. Johnson, Cin. 12 12 0 0 72

Dillon, N.E. 11 11 0 0 66

Harrison, Ind. 11 0 11 0 66

Wayne, Ind. 9 0 9 0 56

Houshmandzadeh, Cin. 9 0 9 0 54

J. Lewis, Bal. 9 9 0 0 54

Walker, Den. 9 1 8 0 54

Kicking

PAT FG LG Pts

Kaeding, S.D. 55-55 24-27 54 127

Scobee, Jac. 38-38 25-31 48 113

Graham, Cin. 38-40 24-28 51 110

Stover, Bal. 36-36 24-26 52 108

Elam, Den. 32-32 24-26 51 104

Vinatieri, Ind. 35-35 23-26 48 104

Tynes, K.C. 30-31 24-31 53 102

Lindell, Buf. 32-32 23-25 53 101

Reed, Pit. 39-39 19-26 50 96

Nugent, NY-J 32-33 21-24 54 95

NFC Individual Leaders

Through Week 16

Quarterbacks

Att Com Yds TD Int

Brees, N.O. 549 352 4372 26 11

McNabb, Phi. 316 180 2647 18 6

Romo, Dal. 305 197 2582 17 12

Bulger, St.L 558 351 4053 23 8

Brunell, Was. 260 162 1789 8 4

Delhomme, Car. 404 240 2598 15 11

Grossman, Chi. 468 260 3160 23 17

Kitna, Det. 554 344 3902 17 21

Manning, NY-G 496 289 3143 23 18

A. Smith, S.F. 410 240 2696 15 15

Rushers

Att Yds Avg LG TD

Gore, S.F. 281 1542 5.5 72 8

Barber, NY-G 304 1428 4.7 46 2

Jackson, St.L 321 1386 4.3 37 10

Westbrook, Phi. 239 1214 5.1 71t 7

C. Taylor, Min. 291 1185 4.1 95t 5

Jones, Chi. 287 1183 4.1 30t 6

James, Ariz 321 1093 3.4 18 5

Dunn, Atl. 267 1082 4.1 90t 4

Betts, Was. 225 1062 4.7 26 4

J. Jones, Dal. 257 1057 4.1 77t 4

McAllister, N.O. 244 1057 4.3 57 10

Receivers

No Yds Avg LG TD

Driver, G.B. 89 1272 14.3 82t 7

Jackson, St.L 88 782 8.9 64t 2

Furrey, Det. 87 984 11.3 31 5

Bush, N.O. 86 729 8.5 74 2

Holt, St.L 84 1098 13.1 67t 10

Boldin, Ariz 79 1091 13.8 49t 4

Owens, Dal. 79 1063 13.5 51t 12

R. Williams, Det. 76 1206 15.9 60t 5

Smith, Car. 76 1081 14.2 72t 6

Westbrook, Phi. 76 670 8.8 52t 4

Punters

No Yds LG Avg

McBriar, Dal. 54 2594 75 48.0

Baker, Car. 93 4234 70 45.5

Plackemeier, Sea. 83 3739 72 45.0

N. Harris, Det. 63 2828 67 44.9

Lee, S.F. 74 3318 66 44.8

Ryan, G.B. 79 3539 66 44.8

Player, Ariz 62 2769 58 44.7

Maynard, Chi. 72 3196 65 44.4

Weatherford, N.O. 72 3145 59 43.7

Turk, St.L 69 2991 74 43.3

Punt Returners

No Yds Avg LG TD

Hester, Chi. 45 599 13.3 84t 3

Walters, Ariz 24 250 10.4 37 0

Moore, Min. 35 356 10.2 71t 1

Randle El, Was. 36 335 9.3 87t 1

Morton, NY-G 29 268 9.2 38 0

Burleson, Sea. 31 278 9.0 90t 1

Woodson, G.B. 38 334 8.8 40 0

Drummond, Det. 26 224 8.6 30 0

Rossum, Atl. 35 284 8.1 41 0

Jones, T.B. 20 155 7.8 18 0

Kickoff Returners

No Yds Avg LG TD

Thompson, Dal. 21 546 26.0 41 0

Austin, Dal. 24 608 25.3 37 0

Hicks, S.F. 51 1276 25.0 64 0

Burleson, Sea. 24 597 24.9 50 0

Cartwright, Was. 58 1406 24.2 100t 1

Lewis, N.O. 32 761 23.8 47 0

Rossum, Atl. 43 1019 23.7 51 0

Davis, Chi. 30 703 23.4 42 0

Ponder, Sea.-St.L 49 1142 23.3 41 0

Mahe, Phi. 27 625 23.1 64 0

Scoring

Touchdowns

TD Rush Rec Ret Pts

Barber, Dal. 15 13 2 0 90

Owens, Dal. 12 0 12 0 74

Jackson, St.L 12 10 2 0 72

McAllister, N.O. 11 10 0 1 66

Westbrook, Phi. 11 7 4 0 66

Burress, NY-G 10 0 10 0 60

Holt, St.L 10 0 10 0 60

Jackson, Sea. 10 0 10 0 60

R. Brown, Phi. 9 1 8 0 54

Gore, S.F. 9 8 1 0 54

Jacobs, NY-G 9 9 0 0 54

Kicking

PAT FG LG Pts

Gould, Chi. 46-46 32-36 49 142

Wilkins, St.L 30-30 30-35 51 120

Carney, N.O. 43-44 23-25 51 112

Rackers, Ariz 30-30 26-35 50 108

Hanson, Det. 27-27 25-29 53 102

Nedney, S.F. 27-27 25-31 51 102

Rayner, G.B. 29-29 24-32 54 101

J. Brown, Sea. 34-34 22-28 54 100

Feely, NY-G 34-34 21-25 47 97

Akers, Phi. 45-45 17-21 47 96

ECHL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

North Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Toledo 15 11 0 1 31 78 84

Cincinnati 14 12 1 1 30 82 70

Reading 13 13 0 4 30 106 101

Trenton 13 9 0 2 28 92 85

Dayton 13 7 0 1 27 54 56

Johnstown 12 13 2 1 27 87 96

Wheeling 12 15 0 1 25 94 111

South Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Texas 19 6 2 0 40 110 85

Florida 19 9 0 0 38 99 75

Gwinnett 16 10 3 1 36 128 112

S. Carolina 15 12 0 2 32 97 102

Charlotte 15 12 0 1 31 95 88

Augusta 14 16 0 0 28 100 118

Columbia 9 15 1 3 22 88 99

Pensacola 8 18 1 1 18 89 117

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

West Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Alaska 17 8 1 0 35 97 66

Phoenix 16 12 1 0 33 99 88

Idaho 14 11 1 1 30 89 90

Victoria 9 17 0 1 19 84 113

Utah 7 18 1 2 17 65 105

Pacific Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Las Vegas 15 4 2 5 37 89 80

Stockton 15 5 2 3 35 84 67

Bakersfield 16 9 0 2 34 105 96

Fresno 16 9 1 0 33 83 64

Long Beach 8 15 0 2 18 72 98

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

TODAY

Toledo 4, Dayton 2

Wheeling 3, Reading 2

Trenton 2, Johnstown 1

Pensacola 8, Gwinnett 5

Florida 1, Texas 0, SO

Idaho 4, Bakersfield 3, SO

Victoria 3, Alaska 2

Las Vegas 5, Utah 2

Stockton at Fresno, late

THURSDAY

South Carolina 4, Charlotte 3

Texas 4, Florida 1

Cincinnati 4, Dayton 3, SO

Idaho 5, Bakersfield 3

Las Vegas 4, Utah 1

TODAY

South Carolina at Columbia

Toledo at Dayton

Trenton at Reading

Augusta at Charlotte

Johnstown at Wheeling

Pensacola at Gwinnett

Florida at Texas

Las Vegas at Utah

Bakersfield at Idaho

Long Beach at Phoenix

Alaska at Victoria

Fresno at Stockton

SUNDAY

Toledo at Johnstown

Pensacola at South Carolina

Trenton at Wheeling

Charlotte at Augusta

Fresno at Long Beach

nba allstars

To be played Sunday, Feb. 18, at Las Vegas

As released Dec. 28

Eastern Conference

Forwards

LeBron James, Cleveland, 1,323,989; Chris Bosh, Toronto, 497,283; Jermaine O Neal, Indiana, 437,164; Paul Pierce, Boston, 322,601; Grant Hill, Orlando, 281,966; Rasheed Wallace, Detroit, 251,155; Andre Iguodala, Philadelphia, 219,621; Tayshaun Prince, Detroit, 166,250; Emeka Okafor, Charlotte, 155,998; Chris Webber, Philadelphia, 147,933.

Guards

Dwyane Wade, Miami, 983,321; Vince Carter, New Jersey, 726,040; Gilbert Arenas, Washington, 494,761; Jason Kidd, New Jersey, 361,504; Stephon Marbury, New York, 237,478; Chauncey Billups, Detroit, 198,290; Michael Redd, Milwaukee, 151,216; Steve Francis, New York, 133,027; Joe Johnson, Atlanta, 129,755; Richard Hamilton, Detroit, 108,355.

Centers

Shaquille O Neal, Miami, 855,544; Dwight Howard, Orlando, 665,434; Ben Wallace, Chicago, 377,127; Alonzo Mourning, Miami, 122,525; Zaza Pachulia, Atlanta, 99,467; Andrew Bogut, Milwaukee, 79,150; Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Cleveland, 68,475; Nazr Mohammed, Detroit, 57,830; Nenad Krstic, New Jersey, 54,472; Eddy Curry, New York, 52,677.

Western Conference

Forwards

Kevin Garnett, Minnesota, 785,865; Tim Duncan, San Antonio, 715,916; Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas, 684,620; Carmelo Anthony, Denver, 633,041; Shane Battier, Houston, 471,404; Lamar Odom, L.A. Lakers, 239,047; Shawn Marion, Phoenix, 230,155; Josh Howard, Dallas, 225,499; Carlos Boozer, Utah, 185,155; Pau Gasol, Memphis, 157,239.

Guards

Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers, 1,187,505; Tracy McGrady, Houston, 1,057,057; x-Allen Iverson, Denver, 975,319; Steve Nash, Phoenix, 736,168; Chris Paul, New Orleans, 244,773; Jason Terry, Dallas, 236,856; Manu Ginobili, San Antonio, 220,070; Tony Parker, San Antonio, 208,113; Jerry Stackhouse, Dallas, 199,328; Ray Allen, Seattle, 182,946.

x-Allen Iverson s votes will be counted towards the Western Conference team although he appears on the ballot with Philadelphia.

Centers

Yao Ming, Houston, 1,411,923; Amare Stoudemire, Phoenix, 485,642; Erick Dampier, Dallas, 218,833; Mehmet Okur, Utah, 153,601; Marcus Camby, Denver, 117,606; Chris Kaman, L.A. Clippers, 61,202; Brad Miller, Sacramento, 59,859; Tyson Chandler, New Orleans, 56,874; Chris Mihm, L.A. Lakers, 55,583; Francisco Elson, San Antonio.

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

Yesterday

Ferris St. 1, Massachusetts 1, tie at Dodge Holiday Classic

Lake Superior St. 2, Providence 1 at Badger Showdown

Miami 3, Bowling Green 2 at Ohio Hockey Classic

Michigan St. 5, Harvard 2 at Great Lakes Invitational

Maine 8, W. Michigan 4 at Fla. Col. Classic

Princeton 3, Nebraska-Omaha 2

Michigan 4, Michigan Tech 1 at Great Lakes Invitational

Ohio St. 4, Minn. Duluth 1 at Ohio Hockey Classic

Alaska-Fairbanks at Alaska-Anchorage, late

Today

Alaska-Fairbanks at Alaska-Anchorage

Bowling Green vs. Minn. Duluth/Ohio St. at Ohio Hockey Classic

Ferris St. vs. Ala.-Huntsville/Minnesota at Dodge Holiday Classic

Lake Superior St. vs. Clarkson/Wisconsin at Badger Showdown

Miami vs. Minn. Duluth/Ohio St. at Ohio Hockey Classic

Miami/Bowling Green at Ohio St. at Ohio Hockey Classic

Michigan vs. Michigan St./Harvard at Great Lakes Invitational

Michigan St. vs. Michigan/Michigan Tech at Great Lakes Invitational

Nebraska-Omaha at Yale

N. Michigan vs. Notre Dame at Fort Wayne, Ind.

W. Michigan vs. New Hampshire/Cornell at Florida College Classic

Sportlight

Dec. 30

1956 The New York Giants win the NFL title with a 47-7 rout of the Chicago Bears.

1962 The Green Bay Packers beat the New York Giants 16-7 to win the NFL title for the second straight year.

1973 The Minnesota Vikings beat the Dallas Cowboys 27-10 to win the NFC championship.

1973 The Miami Dolphins, behind 266 yards rushing, beat the Oakland Raiders 27-10 for an unprecedented third straight AFC title.

1981 In the 39th game of the season, Edmonton s Wayne Gretzky scores five goals, including his 50th into an empty net, to lead the Oilers to a 7-5 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers.

2000 Nebraska ends a disappointing season by setting a bowl record for points in a 66-17 victory over Northwestern in the Alamo Bowl.

Clemson 0 6 0 14 20

Kentucky 7 7 7 7 28

Ky M.Johnson 1 run (Seiber kick), 11:04.

Clem Barry 32 pass from Proctor (kick failed), 8:14.

Ky Ford 70 pass from Woodson (Seiber kick), 2:14.

Ky Lyons Jr. 24 pass from Woodson (Seiber kick), 8:09.

Ky Tamme 13 pass from Woodson (Seiber kick), 11:29.

Clem Grisham 17 pass from Proctor (run failed), 7:25.

Clem Kelly 17 pass from Proctor (Palmer pass from Proctor), :44.

A 68,024.

TEAM STATS

Clem Ky

First downs 19 21

Rushes-yards 25-130 40-100

Passing 272 309

Comp-Att-Int 23-39-1 21-29-0

Return Yards 1 59

Punts-Avg. 3-43.7 4-25.0

Fumbles-Lost 3-3 2-2

Penalties-Yards 5-50 8-84

Time of Possession 26:16 33:44

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Clemson, Davis 8-53, Proctor 9-32, Spiller 5-24, Ford 1-15, Stuckey 1-5, Merriweather 1-1. Kentucky, Little 17-54, Bankhead 3-37, Dixon 8-29, Conner 1-1, M.Johnson 2-1, Team 1-0, Woodson 8-(minus 22).

PASSING Clemson, Proctor 23-39-1-272. Kentucky, Woodson 20-28-0-299, Masthay 1-1-0-10.

RECEIVING Clemson, Kelly 6-66, Stuckey 5-93, Grisham 5-49, Davis 2-13, Barry 1-32, Ford 1-8, L.Harris 1-5, Merriweather 1-4, Palmer 1-2. Kentucky, Burton 5-30, Tamme 4-59, S.Johnson 3-67, Lyons Jr. 2-50, Little 2-15, Dixon 2-2, Ford 1-70, McClinton 1-10, Pulley 1-6.

Oregon St. 14 0 7 18 39

Missouri 7 10 14 7 38

Mo Temple 7 run (Wolfert kick), 11:30.

OrSt Stroughter 13 pass from Moore (Serna kick), 7:07.

OrSt Moore 1 run (Serna kick), :38.

Mo FG Wolfert 30, 11:21.

Mo D.Alexander 74 pass from Daniel (Wolfert kick), 8:43.

OrSt Newton 11 pass from Moore (Serna kick), 13:26.

Mo Saunders 29 pass from Coffman (Wolfert kick), 11:14.

Mo Temple 65 run (Wolfert kick), 5:58.

OrSt FG Serna 29, 13:06.

Mo Coffman 18 pass from Daniel (Wolfert kick), 12:08.

OrSt Bernard 7 pass from Moore (Serna kick), 6:02.

OrSt Newton 14 pass from Moore (Bernard run), :23.

A 48,732.

TEAM STATS

OrSt Mo

First downs 30 21

Rushes-yards 29-101 33-202

Passing 356 359

Comp-Att-Int 31-54-1 17-32-0

Return Yards 54 1

Punts-Avg. 5-42.6 5-38.2

Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-2

Penalties-Yards 2-15 1-15

Time of Possession 33:35 26:25

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Oregon St., Bernard 23-97, Jackson 1-16, Moore 5-(minus 12). Missouri, Temple 20-194, Perry 3-13, Rucker 1-9, Daniel 9-(minus 14).

PASSING Oregon St., Moore 31-54-1-356. Missouri, Daniel 16-29-0-330, Coffman 1-1-0-29, Saunders 0-1-0-0, Team 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING Oregon St., Stroughter 8-87, Bernard 8-69, Newton 6-74, Powers 3-51, Vandiver 3-26, Jackson 2-19, Johnson 1-30. Missouri, Rucker 6-67, Coffman 5-83, Ekwerekwu 2-79, Saunders 2-40, D.Alexander 1-74, Perry 1-16.

Houston 7 21 0 8 36

South Carolina 7 20 3 14 44

Hou Marshall 32 pass from K.Kolb (B.Bell kick), 12:59.

SC C.Boyd 2 run (Succop kick), 2:09.

SC Pavlovic 1 pass from Mitchell (kick failed), 10:47.

Hou Hafner 4 pass from K.Kolb (B.Bell kick), 6:12.

SC S.Rice 19 pass from Mitchell (Succop kick), 2:53.

Hou Battle 42 run (B.Bell kick), 2:09.

SC C.Boyd 9 run (Succop kick), :42.

Hou Marshall 77 pass from K.Kolb (B.Bell kick), :11.

SC FG Succop 45, 9:55.

SC McKinley 43 pass from Mitchell (Succop kick), 12:15.

SC McKinley 43 pass from Mitchell (Succop kick), 7:39.

Hou Battle 3 run (Alridge run), 5:42.

A 56,103.

TEAM STATS

Hou SC

First downs 27 25

Rushes-yards 33-135 41-189

Passing 392 323

Comp-Att-Int 27-40-1 19-29-1

Return Yards 11 17

Punts-Avg. 3-42.3 2-45.0

Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0

Penalties-Yards 4-40 9-93

Time of Possession 26:41 33:19

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Houston, Battle 11-85, Alridge 10-55, Pope 3-27, Otis 1-0, K.Kolb 7-(minus 5), Team 1-(minus 27). South Carolina, C.Boyd 18-94, Mi.Davis 14-72, Mitchell 8-22, Whiteside 1-1.

PASSING Houston, K.Kolb 26-39-1-386, Alridge 1-1-0-6. South Carolina, Mitchell 19-29-1-323.

RECEIVING Houston, Marshall 9-201, Avery 7-72, Ealy 3-48, McDaniel 3-0, Harvey 2-33, Hafner 2-14, Alridge 1-24. South Carolina, S.Rice 8-139, C.Boyd 4-45, McKinley 3-112, Stafford 2-19, Newton 1-7, Pavlovic 1-1.

THURSDAY

Rutgers 14 3 14 6 37

Kansas St. 0 10 0 0 10

Rut Brown 14 pass from Teel (Ito kick), 7:12.

Rut Brown 49 pass from Teel (Ito kick), 2:42.

KSt FG Snodgrass 44, 13:32.

KSt Figurs 76 punt return (Snodgrass kick), 9:37.

Rut FG Ito 37, :49.

Rut Frierson 27 interception return (Ito kick), 14:27.

Rut Rice 46 run (Ito kick), 11:41.

Rut FG Ito 23, 14:51.

Rut FG Ito 21, 8:06.

A 52,210.

TEAM STATS

Rut KSt

First downs 21 6

Rushes-yards 37-211 21-31

Passing 268 131

Comp-Att-Int 16-28-0 12-24-2

Return Yards 61 78

Punts-Avg. 2-42.5 5-42.4

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1

Penalties-Yards 5-30 9-59

Time of Possession 36:20 23:40

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Rutgers, Rice 24-170, Leonard 11-44, Team 2-(minus 3). Kansas St., J.Johnson 6-20, Patton 8-14, Anders 1-2, Freeman 6-(minus 5).

PASSING Rutgers, Teel 16-28-0-268. Kansas St., Freeman 10-21-2-129, Meier 2-3-0-2.

RECEIVING Rutgers, C.Harris 7-122, Brown 4-101, Britt 2-41, Leonard 2-6, Young 1-(minus 2). Kansas St., Nelson 4-81, Norwood 2-40, J.Johnson 2-0, Gonzalez 1-11, Pooschke 1-7, Patton 1-1, Meier 1-(minus 9).

Texas A&M 7 3 0 0 10

California 7 7 14 17 45

TAMU Schroeder 19 pass from McGee (Szymanski kick), 11:13.

Cal Longshore 1 run (Schneider kick), 7:52.

Cal Lynch 2 run (Schneider kick), 14:14.

TAMU FG Szymanski 32, 2:08.

Cal Lynch 1 run (Schneider kick), 10:13.

Cal Hawkins 4 pass from Longshore (Schneider kick), 2:00.

Cal FG Schneider 21, 7:13.

Cal Forsett 8 run (Schneider kick), 3:40.

Cal Schutte 3 run (Schneider kick), :28.

A 62,395.

TEAM STATS

TAMU Cal

First downs 21 22

Rushes-yards 38-163 32-241

Passing 186 235

Comp-Att-Int 18-29-1 19-24-1

Return Yards 6 34

Punts-Avg. 3-28.0 1-45.0

Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-0

Penalties-Yards 5-33 4-35

Time of Possession 34:55 25:05

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Texas A&M, Goodson 13-62, Lane 7-36, McGee 8-31, K.Smith 2-17, Reed 1-7, Alexander 3-7, C.Lewis 1-6, Shankle 1-5, P.Brown 1-3, Schroeder 1-(minus 11). California, Forsett 8-124, Lynch 20-111, Schutte 1-3, Holley 1-2, Longshore 1-1, Hampton 1-0.

PASSING Texas A&M, McGee 17-26-0-177, Branyon 1-3-1-9. California, Longshore 19-24-1-235.

RECEIVING Texas A&M, Riley 4-52, E.Taylor 3-25, Schroeder 2-36, Goodson 2-13, Lane 2-11, Morrow 2-7, Thomas 1-25, Shankle 1-11, Ma.Bennett 1-6. California, Jackson 5-81, Hawkins 4-33, Jordan 3-60, Lynch 3-17, Stevens 1-26, Ta ufo ou 1-9, Forsett 1-5, Beegun 1-4.

Oklahoma St. 7 17 0 10 34

Alabama 7 7 3 14 31

OSU Savage 1 run (Ricks kick), 9:46.

Ala Caddell 18 pass from Wilson (Christensen kick), 3:32.

OSU Toston 4 run (Ricks kick), 11:12.

OSU FG Ricks 28, 6:45.

Ala Castille 1 run (Christensen kick), 2:30.

OSU Toston 7 run (Ricks kick), :41.

Ala FG Christensen 24, 8:39.

OSU Bowman 10 pass from Reid (Ricks kick), 14:02.

Ala Arenas 86 punt return (Christensen kick), 10:50.

Ala Smith 2 run (Christensen kick), 8:41.

OSU FG Ricks 27, :08.

A 45,054.

TEAM STATS

OSU Ala

First downs 23 18

Rushes-yards 41-207 34-108

Passing 212 168

Comp-Att-Int 15-30-1 18-33-1

Return Yards 120 91

Punts-Avg. 5-35.0 5-36.6

Fumbles-Lost 3-1 3-2

Penalties-Yards 9-77 8-45

Time of Possession 28:09 31:51

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Oklahoma St., Savage 19-116, Toston 9-58, Reid 10-41, Robinson 1-5, Crosslin 1-0, team 1-0. Ala, Johns 7-42, Darby 10-24, McClain 1-11, Wilson 6-18, Caddell 1-10, Castille 6-10, Brown 1-6, Hall 1-6, Smith 1-2.

PASSING Oklahoma St., Reid 15-29-1-212, Newton 0-1-0-0. Ala, Wilson 18-33-1-168.

RECEIVING Oklahoma St., Pettigrew 4-65, Bowman 3-50, Savge 3-41, Woods 3-26, Waller 1-22, Toston 1-8. Ala, Hall 5-42, Darby 4-30, Caddell 3-33, Castille 1-17, Stover 1-17, McClain 1-9, Brown 1-7, McCall 1-7, Oakley 1-6.

prep wrestling

St. John's Invitational

Team scores: St. John's 217, Start 197.5, Hamilton 181, Sylvania Southview 174, Elmwood 170, Detroit Catholic Central 138.5, Fairview 127, Perrysburg 81, Swanton 55, Scott 30, St. John's Blue 16, Libbey 11.

Championship finals: 103 Watson (SJ) tech. fall Eldridge (DCC) 19-3; 112 B. Leedy (Start) dec. Miller (Fairview) 9-2; 119 K. Leedy (Start) dec. Pezzin (Swan) 6-2; 125 Latham (Sview) md. Abitua (Start) 9-1; 130 Sheve (Ham) dec. O' Connor (DCC) 9-3; 135 Bradley (Sview) dec. Sparks (Ham) 10-6; 140 Julious (Start) dec. Betts (Elm) 10-3; 145 Jones (Start) dec. Garcia (Sview) 7-4; 152 Helminiak (Sview) dec. M. Lee (Elm) 8-3; 160 Mohr (SJ) dec. Meyer (Fview) 10-5; 171 Harpel (SJ) dec. Zellars (Sview) 11-5; 189 Isley (Sview) fall Kinville (DCC) 3:10; 215 Aurand (Elm) maj. dec. McClellan (SJ) 10-1; 285 Martin (DCC) dec. Szalkowski (SJ) 10-4.

Consolation finals: 103 Kerchner (Ham) fall W. Lee (Elm) 1:45; 112 Brey (Ham) dec. Jordan (Pburg) 10-6; 119 Espinoza (SJ) dec. Mori (Pburg) 9-2; 125 Santos (Ham) dec. Ianni (DCC) 11-6; 130 Kreager (SJ) dec. Alexander (Elm) 9-8; 135 M. Casey (Elm) fall Soto (Start) 0:38; 140 D. Duncan (SJ) dec. Johnson (Swan) 9-5; 145 B. Casey (Elm) dec. Barron (Ham) 5-4; 152 Brubaker (Start) dec. Smith (Fview) 13-11; 160 Geter (Ham) fall Ackley (Elm) 3:47; 171 Garcia (Pburg) fall Monus (SJ-B) 3:29; 189 Allen (Ham) dec. McCartney (SJ) 9-8; 215 Riblet (Fview) fall Marley (Sview) 4:35; 285 Augustyniak (Start) fall Tahy (Elm) 0:42.

Co-outstanding Wrestlers: 119 Kyle Leedy (Start), 145 Roshawn Jones (Start).

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NFL

Today

N.Y. Giants 2 WASHINGTON

Tomorrow

BALTIMORE 9 Buffalo

CHICAGO 3 Green Bay

CINCINNATI 6 Pittsburgh

DALLAS 121/2 Detroit

HOUSTON 4 Cleveland

INDIANAPOLIS 9 Miami

KANSAS CITY 21/2 Jacksonville

St. Louis 21/2 MINNESOTA

Carolina 3 NEW ORLEANS

NY JETS 121/2 Oakland

PHILADELPHIA 8 Atlanta

TAMPA BAY 3 Seattle

TENNESSEE 3 New England

DENVER 101/2 San Francisco

SAN DIEGO 131/2 Arizona

College Football Bowl Games

Meineke Car Care Bowl

Bank of America Stadium-Charlotte, N.C.

Boston College 7 Navy

Alamo Bowl

Alamodome-San Antonio, Texas

Texas 91/2 Iowa

Peach Bowl

Georgia Dome-Atlanta

Virginia Tech 21/2 Georgia

Sunday

MPC Computers Bowl

Bronco Stadium-Boise, Idaho

Miami-Florida 31/2 Nevada

(Monday)

Cotton Bowl

Cotton Bowl-Dallas

Auburn 11/2 Nebraska

Outback Bowl

Raymond James Stadium-Tampa, Fla.

Tennessee 4 Penn State

Capital One Bowl

Citrus Bowl Stadium-Orlando, Fla.

Arkansas 11/2 Wisconsin

Gator Bowl

Alltel Stadium-Jacksonville, Fla.

West Virginia 11 Georgia Tech

Rose Bowl

Rose Bowl-Pasadena, Calif.

Southern Cal 1 Michigan

Fiesta Bowl

Cardinal Stadium-Glendale, Ariz.

Oklahoma 7 Boise State

(Tuesday)

Orange Bowl

Dolphins Stadium-Miami

Louisville 10 Wake Forest

(Wednesday)

Sugar Bowl

Louisiana Superdome-New Orleans

Lsu 91/2 Notre Dame

(Saturday)

International Bowl

Rogers Center-Toronto

Cincinnati 8 Western Michigan

(Sunday)

GMAC Bowl

Ladd Peebles Stadium-Mobile, Ala.

Southern Miss 61/2 Ohio

Monday, Jan 8th.

BCS Championship Game

Cardinal Stadium-Glendale, Ariz.

Ohio State 71/2 Florida

NBA

a-ORLANDO Off Miami

INDIANA 7 Charlotte

NEW JERSEY 3 Minnesota

MEMPHIS 51/2 Toronto

CHICAGO 31/2 Cleveland

DALLAS 16 New Orleans

MILWAUKEE 3 Washington

UTAH 101/2 Portland

SACRAMENTO 6 Golden State

a-Miami D. Wade is questionable.

College Basketball

MICHIGAN 2 Georgetown

N. CAROLINA ST 7 NC Wilmington

Connecticut 1 WEST VIRGINIA

ST. LOUIS 31/2 Mississippi

ARIZONA 15 Stanford

ARKANSAS 191/2 Louisiana Tech

COLORADO PPD Tcu

ARKANSAS STATE 5 New Orleans

Oregon 9 OREGON STATE

Mississippi St 2 GEORGE MASON

Missouri St 1 CREIGHTON

MIAMI-FLORIDA 1 Nebraska

b-Cincinnati 21/2 Ohio

Loyola Chicago 21/2 YOUNGSTOWN ST.

SOUTHERN CAL 6 Washington State

GONZAGA 31/2 Nevada

c-Florida 21 Ala Birmingham

SYRACUSE 26 St. Bonaventure

INDIANA 171/2 Ball State

Virginia Tech 12 MARSHALL

INDIANA STATE 2 Drake

Western Ky. 121/2 FLA. ATLANTIC

CAL POLY S.L.O. 9 Cal Riverside

VILLANOVA 13 Temple

KANSAS 26 Rhode Island

NORTH TEXAS 201/2 Denver

LA.-MONROE 5 La.-Lafayette

Butler 10 WISC MILWAUKEE

BRADLEY 61/2 Evansville

IOWA 17 Cornell

HOUSTON 1 Nevada Las Vegas

WICHITA STATE 81/2 Northern Iowa

California 4 ARIZONA STATE

CAL S. BARBARA 3 CS Fullerton

FRESNO STATE 111/2 San Diego

PACIFIC 6 CS Northridge

MICHIGAN STATE 17 Loyola Maryland

Princeton 61/2 IONA

MOREHEAD STATE 4 Central Michigan

GEORGIA SOUTHERN 51/2 NC Greensboro

BOISE STATE 12 Idaho State

PURDUE 26 SE Missouri St

DAVIDSON 9 Western Michigan

VA COMMONWEALTH 12 Appalachian St

N. ARIZONA 6 Weber State

LONG BEACH ST. 12 Manhattan

E. WASHINGTON 41/2 Montana

PORTLAND STATE 11 Montana State

KENTUCKY 191/2 Eastern Kentucky

b-at Cleveland

c-at Sunrise, Fla.

NHL

Ottawa Even-1/2 TORONTO

NY ISLANDERS Even-1/2 New Jersey

NY RANGERS 1/2 -1 Washington

BUFFALO 1/2 -1 Atlanta

Montreal Even-1/2 TAMPA BAY

NASHVILLE 1/2 -1 Boston

Colorado 1/2 -1 ST. LOUIS

San Jose 1/2 -1 PHOENIX

EDMONTON Even-1/2 Vancouver

Home team in CAPS

Transactions

BASEBALL

National League

FLORIDA MARLINS Agreed to terms with INF Aaron Boone on a one-year contract.

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS Agreed to terms with LHP Barry Zito on a seven-year contract.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

NBA Suspended Miami F James Posey for one game for committing a flagrant foul on Chicago s Luol Deng on Dec. 27.

MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES Named Tony Barone Sr. coach for the remainder of the season.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ARIZONA CARDINALS Placed CB David Macklin and WR Troy Walters on injured reserve. Signed QB Shane Boyd, WR Micheal Spurlock and WR Todd Watkins from the practice squad.

BUFFALO BILLS Placed FB Daimon Shelton on injured reserve. Signed WR George Wilson from the practice squad.

CINCINNATI BENGALS Placed C Rich Braham on injured reserve. Signed RB Quincy Wilson from the practice squad.

CLEVELAND BROWNS Placed OL Cosey Coleman on injured reserve. Signed WR Kendrick Mosley from the practice squad.

DETROIT LIONS Placed G Ross Verba on injured reserve. Signed DE Claude Harriott from the practice squad.

OAKLAND RAIDERS Placed RB LaMont Jordan and WR Jerry Porter on injured reserve. Signed S Hiram Eugene and TE Derek Miller from the practice squad.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Placed CB Alan Zemaitis on injured reserve. Signed RB Lionel Gates from the practice. Signed CB Carlos Hendricks to the practice squad.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS Placed LB Khary Campbell on injured reserve. Signed DL Joe Sykes from the practice squad.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS Assigned F Troy Brouwer to Norfolk of the AHL.

DETROIT RED WINGS Assigned F Josh Langfeld to Grand Rapids of the AHL.

OTTAWA SENATORS Recalled C Josh Hennessy from Binghamton of the AHL.

WASHINGTON CAPITALS Recalled D Timo Helbling, D Jamie Hunt and C Dave Steckel from the Hershey of the ECHL

ECHL

ECHL Suspended Stockton LW Adam Huxley for one game for his actions in a Dec. 27 game against Fresno.

READING ROYALS Loaned LW Arpad Mihaly to Binghamton of the AHL.

TOLEDO STORM Signed F James Tudor.

COLLEGE

ARIZONA STATE Named Matt Lubick safeties coach and recruiting coordinator.

CINCINNATI Named Jeff Quinn, Keith Gilmore, Ernest Jones and Charley Molnar assistant football coaches.

HAWAII Announced the retirement of Riley Wallace, men s basketball coach, at the end of the season.

KANSAS Announced the resignation of Nick Quartaro, offensive coordinator.

College Basketball

MEN

EAST

Delaware 58, La Salle 56

Monmouth, N.J. 67, Lehigh 39

Niagara 67, Holy Cross 61

MIDWEST

Akron 92, Loyola Marymount 52

DePaul 97, Northwestern St. 67

S. Illinois 68, Illinois St. 49

Wis.-Green Bay 62, Michigan Tech 50

SOUTH

Alabama 80, Lipscomb 58

LSU 60, Samford 45

Rice 67, W. Carolina 62

South Carolina 80, Jacksonville 73

South Florida 75, Wake Forest 67

Vanderbilt 87, Alabama A&M 47

Winthrop 71, Old Dominion 65

Wright St. 55, MVSU 54

FAR WEST

Seton Hall 85, Liberty 81

TOURNAMENT

Aeropostale Holiday Festival

Championship

Hofstra 63, St. John s 51

Third Place

Saint Joseph s 58, Boston U. 53

Cable Car Classic

Third Place

George Washington 75, Colgate 42

College of Charleston Classic

First Round

Coll. of Charleston 68, Radford 46

Fairleigh Dickinson 61, IUPUI 58

Flint Hills Islander Invitational

First Round

Brown 63, W. Illinois 59

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 75, Howard 57

Kent State Classic

First Round

Kent St. 70, Shawnee St. 47

New Hampshire 65, Elon 64

WOMEN

EAST

Army 57, St. Francis, NY 43

Buffalo 69, Bucknell 51

Clemson 77, Duquesne 74

Connecticut 62, Hartford 36

Temple 68, Penn 49

Yale 68, Providence 55

MIDWEST

Akron 69, Niagara 42

Indiana St. 84, Drake 67

Iowa St. 70, Utah St. 40

Marquette 67, Navy 40

Missouri 94, Ark.-Pine Bluff 52

N. Illinois 82, Kansas 74

N. Iowa 74, Bradley 47

SOUTH

Coll. of Charleston 73, Appalachian St. 65

East Carolina 80, Long Island U. 73

Kentucky 82, Kent St. 47

Louisville 93, E. Illinois 75

William & Mary 54, Radford 47

SOUTHWEST

Texas A&M 93, Sam Houston St. 43

Texas-San Antonio 85, Memphis 73

FAR WEST

Denver 68, New Orleans 48

New Mexico St. 71, Colorado St. 55

TOURNAMENT

Blue Sky Classic

First Round

Boston U. 77, Dayton 74

Duke 77, Dartmouth 40

Cavalier Classic

Championship

Virginia 81, UAB 63

Third Place

Maine 79, Northwestern St. 63

Christmas City Classic

First Round

Lehigh 74, Gardner-Webb 61

Seton Hall 79, Cent. Michigan 55

FIU Sun and Fun Classic

First Round

Fla. International 73, George Mason 59

Kansas St. 83, Rice 54

Georgia Tech Holiday Tournament

First Round

Georgia Tech 76, Alcorn St. 54

Mississippi St. 71, Tennessee St. 45

Hawk Classic

Championship

South Florida 80, Saint Joseph s 76, OT

Lady Luck Classic

Third Place

New Hampshire 63, Winston-Salem 55

Third Place

Virginia Tech 71, Detroit 57

Miami Holiday Classic

Championship

Auburn 79, Miami 61

Third Place

James Madison 70, Coppin St. 64

St. Peter s Holiday Classic

First Round

Ball St. 75, St. Peter s 65

Charlotte 85, Tulsa 65

State Farm Classic

Third Place

N.C. State 74, Alabama St. 33

Third Place

Nebraska 81, Florida 73

Terrapin Classic

First Round

Marist 76, Liberty 43

Maryland 92, UNC-Greensboro 57

Tulane Doubletree Classic

First Round

Texas-Arlington 66, Mississippi 55

Tulane 78, Fordham 44

Kirkwood (Iowa) 73, Owens 35

Owens: Simms 0-2-2, Black 2-2-6, Coressell 0-1-0-3, Anderson 1-0-2, Gerhardt 0-3-3, Johnson 0-1-0-3, Cogley 0-4-0-12, Coates 2-0-4. Totals 5-6-7-35.

Kirkwood: Sepulveda 1-5-0-17, Homewood 0-1-0-3, Schneden 0-1-0-3, Elliott 0-1-0-3, Lindemann 0-1-0-3, Monroe 1-2-4, Thomas-Johnson 1-2-3-11, O Connell 3-1-0-9, Hill 3-0-6, Pospisil 2-1-5, Brodsack 4-0-8, Gorsh 1-0-2. Totals 17-11-6-73.

nhl all stars

Game played Jan. 24, 2007, at Dallas

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Through Dec. 18

Forwards

Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh, 626,175; Alex Ovechkin, Washington, 356,215; Daniel Briere, Buffalo, 350,699; Maxim Afinogenov, Buffalo, 342,022; Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh, 325,631; Jaromir Jagr, NY Rangers, 249,346; Chris Drury, Buffalo, 245,035; Erik Cole, Carolina, 225,006; Rod Brind Amour, Carolina, 207,329; Ilya Kovalchuk, Atlanta, 187,499; Marian Hossa, Atlanta, 155,389; Saku Koivu, Montreal, 151,230; Eric Staal, Carolina, 137,052; x-Thomas Vanek, Buffalo, 133,195; x-Marco Sturm, Boston, 131,701; Brendan Shanahan, NY Rangers, 130,797; Dany Heatley, Ottawa, 127,887.

Mats Sundin, Toronto, 127,374; Vincent Lecavalier, Tampa Bay, 125,481; Peter Forsberg, Philadelphia, 110,192; Patrice Bergeron, Boston, 96,240; Daniel Alfredsson, Ottawa, 91,439; Olli Jokinen, Florida, 91,072; Jason Spezza, Ottawa, 77,516; Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay, 67,148; Simon Gagne, Philadelphia, 61,997; Patrik Elias, New Jersey, 51,029; Brad Richards, Tampa Bay, 50,937; Brian Gionta, New Jersey, 47,581; Michael Nylander, NY Rangers, 40,567; Scott Gomez, New Jersey, 39,869; Miroslav Satan, NY Islanders, 38,941.

Ryan Miller, Buffalo, 410,660; Martin Brodeur, New Jersey, 336,079; Marc-Andre Fleury, Pittsburgh, 293,670; Cam Ward, Carolina, 158,672; Andrew Raycroft, Toronto, 156,088; Kari Lehtonen, Atlanta, 124,181; Olaf Kolzig, Washington, 96,565; x-Cristobal Huet, Montreal, 90,859; Henrik Lundqvist, NY Rangers, 90,750.

Defensemen

Brian Campbell, Buffalo, 422,573; Sheldon Souray, Montreal, 394,226; Bryan McCabe, Toronto, 388,387; Zdeno Chara, Boston, 380,670; Tomas Kaberle, Toronto, 363,046; Jay Bouwmeester, Florida, 347,655; Henrik Tallinder, Buffalo, 324,035; Wade Redden, Ottawa, 240,027; Dan Boyle, Tampa Bay, 196,119; Brian Rafalski, New Jersey, 166,516; Alexei Zhitnik, NY Islanders, 156,845 ;hris Phillips, Ottawa, 87,926.

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Forwards

Joe Thornton, San Jose, 614,753; Joe Sakic, Colorado, 431,961; Jonathan Cheechoo, San Jose, 407,366; Patrick Marleau, San Jose, 394,710; Jarome Iginla, Calgary, 346,067; Markus Naslund, Vancouver, 314,742; Teemu Selanne, Anaheim, 296,048; Martin Havlat, Chicago, 280,658; Daniel Sedin, Vancouver, 264,880; Henrik Sedin, Vancouver, 264,779; Brenden Morrow, Dallas,, 254,666; Mike Modano, Dallas,, 230,736; Paul Kariya, Nashville, 175,767; Ryan Smyth, Edmonton, 160,923; Brian Rolston, Minnesota, 134,561; Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit, 133,878; Petr Sykora, Edmonton, 133,065; Henrik Zetterberg, Detroit, 122,150; Rick Nash, Columbus, 119,434; Ales Hemsky, Edmonton, 116,827; Marian Gaborik, Minnesota, 115,974; Andy McDonald, Anaheim, 105,287; Milan Hejduk, Colorado, 98,426; x-Milan Michalek, San Jose, 96,088; Steve Sullivan, Nashville, 85,517; Pavol Demitra, Minnesota, 84,334; Ladislav Nagy, Phoenix, 80,246; Doug Weight, St. Louis, 78,932; Shane Doan, Phoenix, 75,893; Keith Tkachuk, St. Louis, 70,991; Nikolai Zherdev, Columbus, 68,355.

Goaltenders

Roberto Luongo, Vancouver, 438,155; Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary, 367,242; Marty Turco, Dallas,, 333,443; Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Anaheim, 249,643; Dwayne Roloson, Edmonton, 199,563; Nikolai Khabibulin, Chicago, 135,419; x-Vesa Toskala, San Jose, 125,820; Thomas Vokoun, Nashville, 118,633; Manny Fernandez, Minnesota, 108,143.

Defensemen

Scott Niedermayer, Anaheim, 540,380; Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit, 522,345; x-Rory Fitzpatrick, Vancouver, 486,842; Chris Pronger, Anaheim, 389,342; Dion Phaneuf, Calgary, 359,071; Scott Hannan, San Jose, 357,619; Mattias Ohlund, Vancouver, 297,307; John-Michael Liles Colorado, 215,450; Robyn Regehr, Calgary, 209,018; Sergei Zubov, Dallas,, 202,685; Mathieu Schneider, Detroit, 170,675; Rob Blake, Los Angeles, 163,659; Lubomir Visnovsky, Los Angeles, 162,350.



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