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Published: Monday, 11/26/2007

College football, prep basketball, prep football

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Mid-American Conference

East

Division All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

Miami 4 2 164 141 6 6 240 298

BGSU 4 2 195 177 8 4 385 354

Buffalo 4 2 174 112 5 7 291 331

Ohio 3 3 171 175 6 6 366 359

Temple 3 3 121 164 4 8 197 315

Akron 2 4 125 158 4 8 254 347

Kent St. 1 5 123 157 3 9 259 350

West

Division All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

C. Mich. 4 1 224 155 7 5 404 456

Ball St. 4 1 171 141 7 5 379 319

E. Mich. 3 2 132 156 4 8 290 350

Toledo 2 3 192 184 5 7 395 470

W. Mich. 2 3 115 121 5 7 323 347

N. Illinois 0 5 87 170 3 9 232 370

FRIDAY

BGSU 37, Toledo 10

Cent. Michigan 35, Akron 32

SATURDAY

Buffalo 30, Kent St. 23, OT

W. Michigan 16, Temple 3

Ohio 38, Miami 29

Ball St. 27, N. Illinois 24

Big Ten Conference

Conference All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

Ohio St. 7 1 245 103 11 1 384 128

Illinois 6 2 221 157 9 3 345 234

Michigan 6 2 203 148 8 4 313 243

Wisconsin 5 3 215 212 9 3 366 280

Penn St. 4 4 204 177 8 4 370 211

Iowa 4 4 139 179 6 6 222 225

Indiana 3 5 208 243 7 5 379 321

Mich. St. 3 5 278 260 7 5 409 322

Purdue 3 5 213 226 7 5 395 297

N western 3 5 207 307 6 6 310 372

Minnesota 0 8 183 304 1 11 315 440

National

SATURday

EAST

Cincinnati 52, Syracuse 31

MIDWEST

Missouri 36, Kansas 28

SOUTH

Auburn 17, Alabama 10

Clemson 23, South Carolina 21

SOUTHWEST

Houston 59, Texas Southern 6

Mary Hardin-Baylor 64, N.C. Wesleyan 0

North Texas 27, W. Kentucky 26

Oklahoma 49, Oklahoma St. 17

Tulsa 48, Rice 43

FAR WEST

BYU 17, Utah 10

Fresno St. 45, Kansas St. 29

New Mexico 27, UNLV 6

Notre Dame 21, Stanford 14

San Jose St. 27, Nevada 24

TCU 45, San Diego St. 33

UCLA 16, Oregon 0

Utah St. 24, Idaho 19

Washington St. 42, Washington 35

Division I Championship Subdivision Playoffs

First Round

FRIDAY

Delaware 44, Delaware State 7

SATURDAY

Massachusetts 49, Fordham 35

Appalachian State 28, James Madison 27

Wofford 23, Montana 22

Southern Illinois 30, Eastern Illinois 11

Richmond 31, Eastern Kentucky 14

Northern Iowa 38, New Hampshire 35

Eastern Washington 44, McNeese State 15

Quarterfinals

SATURDAY, DEC. 1

Delaware (9-3) vs. Northern Iowa, TBD

Massachusetts (10-2) vs. Southern Illinois (11-1), TBD

Appalachian State (10-2) vs. Eastern Washington, TBD

Richmond vs. Wofford (9-3), TBD

Semifinals

FRIDAY s DEC. 7 or SATURDAY, DEC. 8

TBD

Championship

FRIDAY, DEC. 14

At Chattanooga, Tenn.

TBD, 8

Division II Playoffs

Second Round

SATURDAY

California, Pa. 43, Southern Connecticut 7

Shepherd 41, Indiana, Pa. 34

Grand Valley State 21, North Dakota 14

Valdosta State 55, Catawba 29

Central Washington 20, Nebraska-Omaha 17

Chadron State 76, Abilene Christian 73, 3OT

NW Missouri State 56, West Texas A&M 28

North Alabama 20, Delta State 17

Quarterfinals

SATURDAY, DEC. 1

Grand Valley State (11-0) vs. Central Washington (10-2), TBD

Valdosta State (10-1) vs. North Alabama (10-1), TBD

California, Pa. (12-0) vs. Shepherd (10-1), TBD

Chadron State (12-0) vs. NW Missouri State (10-1), TBD

Semifinals

SUNDAY, DEC. 8

TBD, 11 a.m.

TBD, 9

Championship

SATURDAY, DEC. 15

At Braly Municipal Stadium

Florence, Ala.

TBD, Noon

Division III Playoffs

Second Round

SATURDAY

Mount Union 59, College of New Jersey 7

St. John Fisher 38, Curry 7

Wesley 38, Muhlenberg 21

Wabash 38, Case Western Reserve 23

Central Iowa 37, St. John s, Minn. 7

Bethel, Minn. 21, Wisconsin-Eau Claire 12

Mary Hardin-Baylor 64, N.C. Wesleyan 0

Wisconsin-Whitewater 59, North Central 28

Quarterfinals

SATURDAY, DEC. 1

Mount Union (12-0) vs. Curry-St. John Fisher (11-1), TBD

Central, Iowa (12-0) vs. Bethel, Minn. (11-1), TBD

Mary Hardin-Baylor (11-1) vs. Wesley (11-1), TBD

Wisconsin-Whitewater (11-1) vs. Wabash (11-1), TBD

Semifinals

SATURDAY, DEC. 8

TBD

Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl

SATURDAY, DEC. 15

Salem, Va.

TBD

NAIA Playoffs

Quarterfinals

SATURDAY

Missouri Valley 48, Ohio Dominican 34

Sioux Falls 49, St. Xavier 7

Carroll, Mont. 27, Morningside 16

St. Francis, Ind. 30, Bethel, Tenn. 27

Semifinals

SATURDAY, DEC. 1

TBD

Championship

SATURDAY, DEC. 15

At Jim Carroll Stadium

Hardin County, Tenn.

TBD

HOLE IN ONE

AL VERSPRILLE, No. 14 at Ottawa Park, 96 yards, 9-iron.

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

W L T Pts GF GA

Miami 9 1 0 18 45 16

Michigan 8 0 0 16 35 14

Notre Dame 8 2 0 16 32 18

Bowling Green 5 3 0 10 26 21

Neb.-Omaha 4 5 1 9 30 37

Michigan St. 4 2 0 8 17 15

Ferris St. 4 4 0 8 22 17

N. Michigan 4 8 0 8 32 43

W. Michigan 2 6 0 4 19 28

Ohio St. 1 7 0 2 13 32

Alaska-Fairbanks 0 5 1 1 11 22

Lake Superior St. 0 6 0 0 10 29

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

SATURDAY

Alaska-Fairbanks 4, Neb.-Omaha 4, tie

Miami 11, Canisius 1

Michigan 5, Minnesota 1

N. Michigan 3, Lake Superior St. 1

Notre Dame 4, RPI 3

Ohio St. 3, W. Michigan 0

Wisconsin 4, Michigan St. 4, tie

Friday, Nov. 30

Bowling Green at Wayne, Mich.

Michigan St. at Lake Superior St.

N. Michigan at Alaska-Fairbanks

Ohio St. at Michigan

Nebraska-Omaha at Notre Dame

W. Michigan at Ferris St.

Saturday, Dec. 1

Ferris St. at W. Michigan

Michigan St. at Lake Superior St.

N. Michigan at Alaska-Fairbanks

Ohio St. at Michigan

Nebraska-Omaha at Notre Dame

Wayne, Mich. at Bowling Green

TRANSACTIONS

BASKETBALL

Continental Basketball Association

BUTTE DAREDEVILS Signed Martane Freeman.

EAST KENTUCKY MINERS Named Kyle Macy general manager.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS Assigned C Kris Beech to Syracuse (AHL).

DALLAS STARS Recalled LW Brad Winchester and C Joel Lundqvist from Iowa (AHL).

LOS ANGELES KINGS Recalled D Jon Klemm from Manchester (AHL).

NEW YORK RANGERS Reassigned D Ivan Baranka to Hartford (AHL).

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING Reassigned D Dan Jancevski to Norfolk (AHL).

VANCOUVER CANUCKS Assigned D Luc Bourdon to Manitoba (AHL).

American Hockey League

ALBANY RIVER RATS Recalled G Daniel Manzato from Las Vegas (ECHL).

QUAD CITY FLAMES Called up D Jason Krischuk from Las Vegas (ECHL). Assigned G Kevin Lalande to Las Vegas.

ECHL

BAKERSFIELD CONDORS Released F Ryan Markham and F Josh Sciba.

ELMIRA JACKALS Announced RW Jim McKenzie was reassigned to the team from Binghamton (AHL).

LAS VEGAS WRANGLERS Traded G Tim Boron to Charlotte for financial considerations.

STOCKTON THUNDER Claimed G Tim Boron off waivers from Charlotte.

VICTORIA SALMON KINGS Released D Eric Nelson.

LACROSSE

National Lacrosse League

PORTLAND LUMBERJAX Re-signed G Dallas Eliuk to a one-year contract.

COLLEGE

MISSISSIPPI Fired Ed Orgeron, football coach.

NEBRASKA Fired Bill Callahan, football coach.

TEXAS A&M Named Gary Darnell interim football coach.

WYOMING Fired Bill Cockhill, offensive coordinator.

HONOR ROLL

300 Game

Jim Specht, Southwyck 207-300-192-699

Men 750+ Series

Dana Reed, Southwyck 753

PRO FOOTBALL

CFL Playoffs

Grey Cup

At Toronto

Saskatchewan 26, Winnipeg 19

PREP HOCKEY

ST. JOHN S 4, CIN. MOELLER 3

SJ: Knox, Wilkinson, M. Stansfield 2. CM: High 2, Fitzpatrick.

Saves: Gibb (SJ) 19; Kelczewski (CM) 28.

ST. JOHN'S 2, CLEV. ST. IGNATIUS 1

SJ: Johnson, Waloa. CSI: Dean

Saves: Schmitt (SJ) 25; Czolshek (SI) 27.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

MEN

EAST

Albany, N.Y. 75, Sacred Heart 57

Bentley 81, Mass.-Lowell 54

Bryant 55, Franklin Pierce 53

Cornell 83, Siena 77

Indiana, Pa. 67, Mercyhurst 45

Johns Hopkins 64, Villa Julie 61, OT

Lafayette 71, Cent. Connecticut St. 54

Molloy 79, Queens, N.Y. 68

New Hampshire 77, Quinnipiac 70

St. John s 92, Fairleigh Dickinson 67

St. Michael s 93, Pace 86

St. Peter s 65, Rutgers 58

Washington, Md. 74, Goucher 73, OT

MIDWEST

Ohio St. 90, VMI 57

Albion 82, John Carroll 81

Case Reserve 74, Catholic 70

Kansas 76, Arizona 72, OT

Lake Erie 86, Wooster 84

Manchester 84, Earlham 67

Missouri 91, W. Illinois 52

Puget Sound 85, Wis.-Stout 70

Wilmington, Ohio 78, Oberlin 50

SOUTH

Apprentice 74, Averett 73

Ashland 104, Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 70

Duke 78, E. Kentucky 43

Florida Southern 111, Flagler 80

Marshall 70, Boston U. 47

Missouri St. 73, Winthrop 69

SE Louisiana 73, Millsaps 55

William & Mary 79, Houston Baptist 70

FAR WEST

Montana 69, MVSU 62

Oregon St. 67, Portland 57

Pepperdine 90, CS Bakersfield 80

Santa Clara 77, Sacramento St. 65

Washington St. 71, Air Force 62

TOURNAMENT

Anaheim Classic

Third Place

Miami (Ohio) 67, Mississippi St. 60

Fifth Place

South Alabama 84, Chattanooga 67

Seventh Place

San Diego 60, UC Irvine 57

Community vs. Cancer Challenge

Championship

DePauw 81, Chicago 67

Third Place

Transylvania 89, Marian, Ind. 81, OT

John R. Collier Tournament

Championship

Hanover 79, Shawnee St. 62

Third Place

Olivet 90, Brescia 85

Old Spice Classic

Championship

N.C. State 69, Villanova 68

Third Place

George Mason 69, South Carolina 68

Fifth Place

Kansas St. 82, Rider 69

Seventh Place

UCF 70, Penn St. 59

Provident Pride of Maryland

Championship

McDaniel 85, Hood 84, 3OT

Third Place

St. Mary s, Md. 94, Salisbury 81

Radisson/Carnegie Mellon Tournament

Championship

Carnegie-Mellon 71, Ohio Northern 60

Third Place

Susquehanna 66, Haverford 59

UNC Pembroke Holiday Classic

Second Round

UNC Pembroke 73, St. Andrew s 66

WOMEN

EAST

Army 81, Columbia 55

Bentley 60, Mass.-Lowell 44

Connecticut 74, Duke 48

Cornell 74, Bucknell 63

Duquesne 80, Towson 76

FDU-Florham 71, Wesley 56

Franklin Pierce 65, Bryant 54

Illinois 60, Providence 59

Missouri 74, Robert Morris 73

Montclair St. 74, Union 71

NYU 90, Wooster 55

Penn 70, Loyola, Md. 57

Penn St. 66, Drexel 60

Rochester 77, Ithaca 49

Rutgers 45, LSU 43

Sacred Heart 70, Binghamton 52

Shippensburg 71, Pitt.-Johnstown 57

St. John Fisher 79, Clarkson 46

St. John s 74, Dartmouth 31

St. Lawrence 64, Nazareth, N.Y. 34

St. Michael s 71, Pace 61

Syracuse 61, Lehigh 54

UCF 68, La Salle 57

William Paterson 70, Arcadia 41

MIDWEST

Albion 81, Transylvania 47

Ashland 91, Shepherd 88

Auburn 67, Ohio St. 58

Davenport 85, Cardinal Stritch 78

DePaul 80, Illinois St. 75

Denison 76, Thiel 58

Hillsdale 78, Alderson-Broaddus 49

Ill.-Chicago 50, N. Illinois 42

Lake Forest 75, Wis.-LaCrosse 61

Liberty 61, Xavier 56

Nebraska 75, Akron 47

Northwestern 63, Loyola of Chicago 47

Oakland, Mich. 74, Cent. Michigan 53

Old Dominion 66, Purdue 53

Wis.-Platteville 68, Temple Baptist 20

Wis.-Whitewater 85, Cornell, Iowa 48

Wright St. 87, N. Dakota St. 80

SOUTH

Berry 85, Spring Hill 63

Colgate 58, Winston-Salem 39

Hampton 71, Radford 54

Houston 87, McNeese St. 57

Kentucky 76, Lipscomb 55

Michigan 80, Belmont 43

N.C. Wesleyan 48, Chowan 46

North Carolina 77, Furman 36

S.C.-Aiken 84, Coker 57

Samford 70, Florida Atlantic 59

South Carolina 82, Fla. International 66

Texas 59, UAB 49

UNC Pembroke 64, Newport News 47

Va. Commonwealth 72, Appalachian St. 53

Vanderbilt 62, Iowa St. 53

SOUTHWEST

Ark.-Little Rock 68, Missouri St. 55

Baylor 69, California 56

George Fox 69, St. Mary s, Ind. 58

Trinity, Texas 98, Notre Dame, Md. 51

FAR WEST

Dayton 68, San Diego 67

Maryland 79, UCLA 75

Middle Tennessee 70, Arizona 60

Minnesota 72, Hawaii 54

Portland 86, CS Northridge 65

Portland St. 75, Gonzaga 72

Santa Clara 70, Long Beach St. 55

Stanford 63, Temple 54

Washington 69, Arkansas St. 59

Weber St. 56, Idaho 48

TOURNAMENT

CSE Hilton Classic

Championship

St. Elizabeth 65, Lehman 49

Third Place

Rosemont 50, N.Y. Tech 37

GOLF

Skins Game

Indian Wells, Calif.; Par: 72

Saturday

SkinsEarnings

Fred Couples 3$75,000

Stephen Ames 1$25,000

Zach Johnson 0$0

Brett Wetterich 0$0

Yesterday

SkinsEarnings

Stephen Ames 8$650,000

Fred Couples 6$250,000

Zach Johnson 0$0

Brett Wetterich 0$0

Total

SkinsEarnings

Stephen Ames 9$675,000

Fred Couples 9$325,000

Zach Johnson 0$0

Brett Wetterich 0$0

Hole, winner, winning shot, money, skins won:

1 Ames 6-foot birdie putt, $25,000 (1); 2 None; 3 None; 4 Couples 35-yard eagle pitch from sand trap, $75,000 (3); 5 None

6 None; 7 None; 8 None; 9 None; 10 Couples 5-foot birdie putt, $250,000 (6); 11 None; 12 None; 13 None; 14 None; 15 None; 16 None

17 None; 18 Ames 7-foot birdie putt, $650,000 (8)

SPORTLIGHT

Nov. 26

1949 Boston College beats Holy Cross 76-0 as Al Cannava rushes for 229 yards.

1956 In the Olympics held in Melbourne, Australia, Vyacheslav Ivanov of the Soviet Union wins the gold medal in the single sculls. After receiving the medal, he jumps up and down and accidentally drops the medal through the slats in the float and it sinks to the bottom of the lake.

1961 Jerry Norton of St. Louis becomes the only NFL player to have four interceptions in a game twice, as he picks off four in the Cardinals 30-27 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Two of the interceptions were returned for touchdowns.

1967 Sonny Jurgensen of the Washington Redskins passes for 418 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-37 loss to the Cleveland Browns.

1982 Larry Holmes wins a unanimous decision over Tex Cobb to retain the world heavyweight title in Houston.

1994 The Dallas Mavericks, led by Jim Jackson s 50 points, beat the Denver Nuggets 124-123 in overtime after trailing by 25 points in the first half.

1997 Charles Jones scores a school record 53 points and Long Island University beats Division III Medgar Evers 179-62, breaking the NCAA record for margin of victory. The 117-point difference eclipses the mark of 97 set by Southern University in a 154-57 victory over Patten on Nov. 26, 1993.

2005 Marek Malik ends the NHL s longest shootout in the 15th round, fooling goalie Olie Kolzig with a trick shot to give the New York Rangers a 3-2 victory over the Washington Capitals. With only two healthy skaters left on the Rangers bench, Malik, a defenseman, takes a shot with his stick between his skates and beats Kolzig for the victory.

2005 Florida International ties an NCAA record by returning four interceptions for touchdowns in a 52-6 rout of rival Florida Atlantic. Keyonvis Bouie, Lionell Singleton, Nick Turnbull and Marshall McDuffie each score on interception returns.

2006 Rookie Arizona quarterback Matt Leinart completes 31 of 52 passes for 405 yards in a 31-26 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.



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