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Published: Wednesday, 11/28/2007

Prep football, basketball, college football, NFL

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.

FRIDAY

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

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

SPORTS NOTES

CARDINAL STRITCH COACHING VACANCY: The last day to submit applications for the Cardinal Stritch High School head football coaching position will be this Friday. Please submits applications and cover letters to the attention of Chris Fahim, Athletic Director

SCOTT COACHING VACANCY: Scott high School is accepting applications for a head varsity football coach. Send a letter of interest and resume to Jim Huss, athletic director. Deadline is Dec. 7

SENIOR SOFTBALL: A 50-plus softball league is being organized for Thursday nights at Pacesetter Park. Contact Gordon at 419-843-4531 or www.sylvaniaseniorsoftball.com.

YOUTH BASKETBALL:The 13th annual Hoopsters Basketball League is accepting teams for the winter leagues at Siena Heights University. Competition will be for fifth-sixth grade, and seventh-eighth grade for both boys and girls. The deadline for fifth-sixth grade sign-up is Dec. 17 and play begins Jan. 5 and runs through Feb. 10. The sign-up deadline for seventh-eighth grade is Jan. 20 and play begins Feb. 17 and ends March 23. The cost per team is $400 or $750 for teams that choose to play two games per date. Contact Al Sandifer at 517-264-7869 or 517-263-6059 or dsandife@sienaheights.edu or www.hoopstersleague.com.

SPORTLIGHT

Nov. 28

1992 Bobby Bowden becomes the first major college coach to win 10 games in six straight seasons as Florida State beats Florida 45-24 to finish the regular season 10-1.

PRO FOOTBALL

NFL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

y-New England 11 0 0 1.000 442 185

Buffalo 5 6 0 .455 167 258

N.Y. Jets 2 9 0 .182 181 278

Miami 0 11 0 .000 183 277

South

W L T Pct PF PA

Indianapolis 9 2 0 .818 309 172

Jacksonville 8 3 0 .727 243 195

Tennessee 6 5 0 .545 204 221

Houston 5 6 0 .455 243 263

North

W L T Pct PF PA

Pittsburgh 8 3 0 .727 272 145

Cleveland 7 4 0 .636 315 311

Cincinnati 4 7 0 .364 281 292

Baltimore 4 7 0 .364 182 243

West

W L T Pct PF PA

San Diego 6 5 0 .545 261 223

Denver 5 6 0 .455 221 295

Kansas City 4 7 0 .364 162 206

Oakland 3 8 0 .273 200 240

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

Dallas 10 1 0 .909 358 221

N.Y. Giants 7 4 0 .636 253 241

Philadelphia 5 6 0 .455 234 218

Washington 5 6 0 .455 213 240

South

W L T Pct PF PA

Tampa Bay 7 4 0 .636 214 164

New Orleans 5 6 0 .455 243 252

Carolina 4 7 0 .364 173 243

Atlanta 3 8 0 .273 155 244

North

W L T Pct PF PA

Green Bay 10 1 0 .909 296 185

Detroit 6 5 0 .545 257 269

Minnesota 5 6 0 .455 236 227

Chicago 5 6 0 .455 221 251

West

W L T Pct PF PA

Seattle 7 4 0 .636 245 183

Arizona 5 6 0 .455 254 259

San Francisco 3 8 0 .273 150 254

St. Louis 2 9 0 .182 168 281

y-clinched division

MONDAY

Pittsburgh 3, Miami 0

TOMORROW

Green Bay at Dallas, 8:15

SUNDAY

Detroit at Minnesota, 1

Cleveland at Arizona, 4:05

N.Y. Jets at Miami, 1

Houston at Tennessee, 1

Buffalo at Washington, 1

Atlanta at St. Louis, 1

Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 1

San Diego at Kansas City, 1

Seattle at Philadelphia, 1

San Francisco at Carolina, 1

Denver at Oakland, 4:05

N.Y. Giants at Chicago, 4:15

Tampa Bay at New Orleans, 4:15

Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 8:15

MONDAY DEC. 2

New England at Baltimore, 8:30

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

All-MAC Awards

Vern Smith Leadership Award Winner: Larry English, Northern Illinois

Coach of the Year: Turner Gill, Buffalo

Offensive Player of the Year: Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan

Defensive Player of the Year: Clayton Mullins, Miami

Special Teams Player of the Year: Brett Kern, Toledo

Freshman of the Year: Antonio Brown, Central Michigan

All-MAC First Team Offense

Quarterback Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan

Center Kory Lichtensteiger, Bowling Green

Offensive Lineman Robert Brewster, Ball State

Offensive Lineman Matt Miller, Ohio

Offensive Lineman John Greco, Toledo

Offensive Lineman James Blair, Western Michigan

Tight End Darius Hill, Ball State

Wide Receiver Jabari Arthur, Akron

Wide Receiver Dante Love, Ball State

Wide Receiver Jamarko Simmons, Western Michigan

Running Back Eugene Jarvis, Kent State

Running Back Kalvin McRae, Ohio

Running Back Jalen Parmele, Toledo

Placekicker - Michael Braunstein, Ohio

All-MAC Second Team Offense

Quarterback Nate Davis, Ball State

Center Jamey Richard, Buffalo

Offensive Lineman Chris Kemme, Akron

Offensive Lineman Drew Nystrom, Bowling Green

Offensive Lineman Andrew Hartline, Central Michigan

Offensive Lineman Gus Parrish, Kent State

Tight End Andrew Mooney, Ohio

Wide Receiver Bryan Anderson, Central Michigan

Wide Receiver Antonio Brown, Central Michigan

Wide Receiver Stephen Williams, Toledo

Running Back James Starks, Buffalo

Running Back Justin Anderson, Northern Illinois

Running Back Brandon West, Western Michigan

Placekicker - Alex Steigerwald, Toledo

All-MAC First Team Defense

Outside Linebacker Ike Brown, Central Michigan

Outside Linebacker Clayton Mullins, Miami

Down Lineman Dirayl Briggs, Bowling Green

Down Lineman Jason Jones, Eastern Michigan

Down Lineman Colin Ferrell, Kent State

Down Lineman Larry English, Northern Illinois

Inside Linebackers Red Keith, Central Michigan

Inside Linebackers Daniel Holtzclaw, Eastern Michigan

Defensive Back Reggie Corner, Akron

Defensive Back Davonte Shannon, Buffalo

Defensive Back Barry Church, Toledo

Defensive Back Londen Fryar, Western Michigan

Punter Chris Miller, Ball State

All-MAC Second Team Defense

Outside Linebacker Brion Stokes, Akron

Outside Linebacker Boston McCornell, Western Michigan

Down Lineman Almondo Sewell, Akron

Down Lineman Trevor Scott, Buffalo

Down Lineman Landon Cohen, Ohio

Down Lineman Andre Neblett, Temple

Down Lineman Zach Davidson, Western Michigan

Inside Linebackers Bryant Haines, Ball State

Inside Linebackers Joe Hudson, Miami

Defensive Back B.J. Hill, Ball State

Defensive Back P.J. Mahone, Bowling Green

Defensive Back Jack Williams, Kent State

Defensive Back Louis Delmas, Western Michigan

Punter Brett Kern, Toledo

TOLEDO LEADERS

Rushing

Car Yds Avg Yds Pg

Parmele 276 1511 5.5 125.9

Collins 99 636 6.4 53.0

Opelt 46 156 3.4 17.3

Warner 23 126 5.5 21.0

Receptions

Gms Ct Yds Yd Pg

Williams 12 73 1169 97.4

Moore 10 60 731 73.1

Hawkins 12 29 246 20.5

Hopkins 12 27 247 20.6

Parmele 12 17 157 13.1

Passing

Att Cp Yds Tds Pts

Opelt 249 144 1756 12 127.4

Lenehan 95 61 630 4 125.4

Cochran 61 33 408 1 102.6

Scoring

TD XP FG Pts Pt Pg

Parmele 16 0 0 96 8.00

Steigerwald 0 44 13 83 6.92

Moore 8 0 0 48 4.00

Collins 7 0 0 42 3.50

Williams 7 0 0 42 3.50

Opelt 5 0 0 30 2.50

BOWLING GREEN LEADERS

Rushing

Car Yds Avg Yds Pg

Turner 101 501 5.0 41.8

Geter 66 426 6.5 38.7

Bullock 63 285 4.5 28.5

Macon 33 162 4.9 13.5

Receptions

Gms Ct Yds Yd Pg

Barnes 12 77 891 74.2

Patridge 7 45 433 61.9

Geter 11 37 296 26.9

Parks 12 28 360 30.0

Wright 11 25 364 33.1

Passing

Att Cp Yds Tds Pts

Sheehan 457 289 3123 23 132.4

Glaud 28 17 224 2 137.2

Scoring

TD XP FG Pts Pt Pg

Vrvilo 0 46 15 91 7.58

Turner 10 0 0 60 5.00

Barnes 9 2 0 56 4.67

Parks 5 0 0 30 2.50

Sheehan 5 0 0 30 2.50

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

TOMORROW

SOUTH

Rutgers at Louisville, 7:30

FRIDAY

FAR WEST

Fresno St. at New Mexico St., 8

SATURDAY

EAST

Pittsburgh at West Virginia, 7:45

Navy vs. Army at Baltimore, Noon

SOUTH

ACC championship, Boston College vs. Virginia Tech at Jacksonville, Fla., 1

Florida Atlantic at Troy, 2

SEC championship, LSU vs. Tennessee at Atlanta, 4

North Texas at Fla. International, 7

MIDWEST

MAC championship, Miami vs. Cent. Michigan at Detroit, 11 a.m.

C-USA championship, Tulsa at UCF, Noon

Albany, N.Y. at Dayton, 1

SOUTHWEST

Big 12 championship Missouri vs. Oklahoma at San Antonio, 8

FAR WEST

Louisiana Tech at Nevada, 4:05

Oregon St. at Oregon, 4:30

UCLA at Southern Cal, 4:30

BYU at San Diego St., 6:30

California at Stanford, 7

Arizona at Arizona St., 8

Washington at Hawaii, 11:30

NCAA Subdivision Playoffs

Quarterfinals

Saturday

Eastern Washington (9-3) at Appalachian State (10-2), Noon

Delaware (9-3) at Northern Iowa (12-0), 2 p.m.

Massachusetts (10-2) at Southern Illinois (11-1), 3:30 p.m.

Richmond (10-2) at Wofford (9-3), 7 p.m.

SEMIFINALS

Friday Dec. 7 or Saturday, Dec. 8

Delaware-Northern Iowa winner vs. Massachusetts-Southern Illinois winner, TBD

Eastern Washington-Appalachian State winner vs. Richmond-Wofford winner, TBD

Championship

Friday, Dec. 14

At Finley Stadium/Davenport Field

Chattanooga, Tenn.

TBD, 8 p.m.

NCAA Division II Playoffs

Quarterfinals

Saturday

Shepherd (10-1) at California, Pa. (12-0), Noon

Central Washington (10-2) at Grand Valley State (11-0), Noon

North Alabama (10-1) at Valdosta State (10-1), 1 p.m.

NW Missouri State (10-1) at Chadron State (12-0), 1 p.m.

Semifinals

Saturday, Dec. 8 or Sunday Dec. 9

Central Washington-Grand Valley St. winner vs. NW Missouri St.-Chadron St. winner, 11 a.m. or 9 p.m.

North Alabama-Valdosta State winner vs. Shepherd-California, Pa. winner, 11 a.m. or 9 p.m.

Championship

Saturday, Dec. 15

At Braly Municipal Stadium

Florence, Ala.

TBD, Noon

NCAA Division III Playoffs

Quarterfinals

Saturday

St. John Fisher (11-1) at Mount Union (12-0), Noon

Mary Hardin-Baylor (11-1) at Wesley (11-1), Noon

Bethel, Minn. (11-1) at Central, Iowa (12-0), 1 p.m.

Wabash (11-1) at Wisconsin-Whitewater (11-1), 1 p.m.

LOCAL BOWLING

HONOR ROLL

300 Games

Bill Whitman, Sports Center 257-300-267-824

Steve Jakubowski, Jug s 300-223-300-823

Steve Meeks, Southwyck 248-235-300-783

Mike Aumiller, Spt. Center 300-227-248-775

Josh Arthur, Timbers 232-300-172-704

Men 750+

Joe Osinski, Southwyck 804

Chris Alford, Jug s 779

Brady Woessner, Southwyck 777

Doug Rechtine, Southwyck 767

Casey Wray, Jug s 765

Scott Sehlhorst, Timbers 759

Gene Townsend, Sports Center 755

Women 650+

Verna Wood, Jug s 749

Pam Couisino, Southwyck 739

Tricia Rettig, Southwyck 721

Mary Minnick, Southwyck 711

Brooke Summer, Southwyck 683

Sari Gorski, Southwyck 675

Carrie Wray, Jug s 670

Lola Baucom, Imperial 656

Katie Hahn, Southwyck 655

Sherese Williamson, Jug s 654

Connie Fairchild, Southwyck 653

Peggy Maltman, Jug s 650

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Men

LAST NIGHT

EAST

Buffalo 68, Canisius 59

Cornell 73, Binghamton 68

Dartmouth 76, Vermont 75

Pittsburgh 80, Boston U. 53

Providence 78, Maine 48

Saint Joseph s 74, Ball St. 63

Stevens Tech 70, CCNY 57

Towson 74, N.C. Central 52

West Virginia 110, Md.-Eastern Shore 44

Wheeling Jesuit 81, Bethany,W.Va. 78

Widener 75, Cabrini 56

York, N.Y. 64, Old Westbury 59

SOUTH

Bowling Green 67, Furman 58

Centenary 105, Northwestern St. 90

Centre 80, Berea 67

Claflin 51, Morehouse 45

Clark Atlanta 75, Stillman 73

Duke 82, Wisconsin 58

Elizabeth City St. 69, Johnson C. Smith 61

Elon 59, W. Carolina 49

Florida 71, Stetson 48

Florida St. 75, Minnesota 61

Fort Valley St. 96, Carver 69

Fresno St. 74, Winston-Salem 64

Gardner-Webb 86, High Point 71

Howard 75, Navy 65

Kentucky 62, Stony Brook 52

King, Tenn. 67, Union, Ky. 45

Lane 90, Fisk 43

Liberty 91, Longwood 67

Lincoln Memorial 85, Lees-McRae 64

Louisiana-Monroe 105, Alcorn St. 75

Memphis 104, Austin Peay 82

Mississippi 102, Troy 76

N.C. Wesleyan 128, Roanoke Bible 39

Nova Southeastern 64, Fla. Memorial 56

SE Louisiana 61, Jackson St. 49

Savannah St. 58, North Florida 32

Tennessee 93, N. Carolina A&T 59

Tennessee Tech 117, Bluefield 88

UAB 78, Louisiana-Lafayette 72, OT

UNC Asheville 84, Tusculum 73

Virginia 94, Northwestern 52

MIDWEST

Augustana,S.D. 70, Upper Iowa 55

Case Reserve 88, Oberlin 51

Cedarville 94, Notre Dame Coll. 88

Clarke 76, Viterbo 71

Coe 61, Grand View 50

Coll. of the Ozarks 90, Iowa Wesleyan 73

Concordia, St.P. 66, Minn. Duluth 47

Illinois St. 81, Chicago St. 49

Indiana 83, Georgia Tech 79

N. Iowa 61, Iowa St. 48

North Dakota 69, Dickinson St. 55

Sam Houston St. 81, Wis.-Milwaukee 77

Urbana 75, Tiffin 63

Walsh 81, Houghton 59

Wilberforce 104, Point Park 101

Wis.-Green Bay 63, E. Illinois 47

SOUTHWEST

Ark.-Little Rock 59, Rice 52

Cent. Arkansas 88, Rhema Bible 47

Oral Roberts 84, Tulsa 70

SMU 81, Paul Quinn 63

FAR WEST

Colorado 54, Denver 44

N. Colo. 62, Johnson & Wales, Colo. 51

Women

LAST NIGHT

MIDWEST

Baldwin-Wallace 87, Oberlin 37

Findlay 78, Clarion 64

Notre Dame 93, Canisius 47

Rio Grande 67, Malone 51

Walsh 79, Houghton 54

LATEST LINE

NFL

(Thursday)

DALLAS 7 Green Bay

(Sunday)

ST. LOUIS 41/2 Atlanta

WASHINGTON 51/2 Buffalo

MINNESOTA 31/2 Detroit

TENNESSEE 4 Houston

INDIANAPOLIS 7 Jacksonville

MIAMI 1 NY Jets

San Diego 5 KANSAS CITY

PHILADELPHIA 3 Seattle

CAROLINA 3 San Francisco

NEW ORLEANS 3 Tampa Bay

ARIZONA 1 Cleveland

Denver 31/2 OAKLAND

NY Giants 2 CHICAGO

PITTSBURGH 7 Cincinnati

(Monday)

New England 201/2 BALTIMORE

College Football

(Thursday)

LOUISVILLE 21/2 Rutgers

(Friday)

Fresno State 13 NEW MEX. ST.

(Saturday)

a-Navy 14 Army

NEVADA 81/2 Louisiana Tech

SOUTHERN CAL 20 Ucla

OREGON 5 Oregon State

California 131/2 STANFORD

WEST VIRGINIA 281/2 Pittsburgh

ARIZONA STATE 7 Arizona

HAWAII 14 Washington

TROY 16 Florida Atlantic

North Texas 21/2 FLA INTERNATIONAL

MAC Championship

Ford Field-Detroit, MI.

Central Michigan 31/2 Miami-Ohio

Conference USA Championship

Bright House Networks Stadium-Orlando

CENTRAL FLORIDA 61/2 Tulsa

ACC Championship

Municipal Stadium-Jacksonville, FL.

Virginia Tech 5 Boston College

SEC Championship

Georgia Dome-Atlanta, GA.

Lsu 71/2 Tennessee

Big 12 Championship

Alamodome-San Antonio, TX.

Oklahoma 3 Missouri

Write-In Game

Byu 151/2 SAN DIEGO STATE

a-at Baltimore, MD.

NBA

TORONTO 8 (207) Memphis

Utah 71/2 (188) PHILADELPHIA

ATLANTA 41/2 (194) Milwaukee

DETROIT 6 (191) Cleveland

DALLAS 14 (197) Minnesota

SAN ANTONIO 12 (203) Washington

PHOENIX 6 (205) Houston

PORTLAND 4 (203) Indiana

Orlando 81/2 (211) SEATTLE

SACRAMENTO 1 (220) Golden State

College Basketball

EASTERN MICH. 21/2 Detroit

WRIGHT STATE 6 Marshall

NC WILMINGTON 71/2 Toledo

Georgetown 9 OLD DOMINION

CLEVELAND STATE 6 CS Northridge

CENTRAL MICH. 51/2 Illinois Chicago

RICHMOND 21/2 William & Mary

KENT STATE 6 St. Louis

RHODE ISLAND 12 Northeastern

MICHIGAN STATE 9 North Carolina St

MICHIGAN 21/2 Boston College

SYRACUSE 8 Mass.

MIAMI-OHIO 6 Dayton

Seton Hall 7 PRINCETON

MARYLAND 3 Illinois

KANSAS 31 Florida Atlantic

ARKANSAS 51/2 Missouri

TEXAS TECH 81/2 Tcu

VALPARAISO 4 Western Michigan

Bradley 4 LOYOLA CHICAGO

TEXAS A&M 12 Alabama

ARIZONA 16 CS Fullerton

North Carolina 31/2 OHIO STATE

BOISE STATE 71/2 San Diego

PENN STATE 21/2 Virginia Tech

San Diego State 11 LOYOLA MARYMNT

NEVADA 4 California

UCLA 18 Geo. Washington

Fordham 31/2 MANHATTAN

NIAGARA 11 St. Bonaventure

EASTERN KENTUCKY 21/2 James Madison

LOUISIANA TECH 31/2 SE Missouri St

NORTHERN ARIZONA 7 Pepperdine

Utah 5 WEBER STATE

PORTLAND 21/2 Portland State

NHL

NEW JERSEY Even-1/2 Dallas

Ottawa Even-1/2 NY ISLANDERS

CAROLINA Even-1/2 Philadelphia

WASHINGTON Even-1/2 Florida

BUFFALO 1/2 -1 St. Louis

MINNESOTA 1/2 -1 Phoenix

CHICAGO Even-1/2 Tampa Bay

COLORADO 1-11/2 Edmonton

SAN JOSE 1-11/2 Los Angeles

Home Team in CAPS

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

MLB Suspended LHP Dan Serafini 50 games for testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance.

American League

TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS Agreed to terms with C Hector Gimenez, INF-OF Chris Richard and OF Jon Weber on minor league contracts.

National League

HOUSTON ASTROS Agreed to terms with RHP Doug Brocail on a one-year contract.

WASHINGTON NATIONALS Agreed to terms with RHP Steven Shell, RHP Dennis Tankersley, RHP Bobby Brownlie, RHP Tristan Crawford, RHP Jim Ed Warden, LHP Mike Bacsik, LHP Mike Hinckley, LHP Arnie Munoz, LHP Jason Stanford, C Humberto Cota, C Chad Moeller, INF William Bergolla, INF Yurendell de Caster, INF Antonio Perez, INF Luis Jimenez, INF Ed Rogers, OF Jason Dubois, OF Tommy Murphy, OF Jorge Padilla on minor league contracts.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

NFL Suspended Minnesota DT Fred Evans two games for violating the league s personal conduct policy during a pair of offseason problems.

CINCINNATI BENGALS Signed LB Jim Maxwell. Placed S Herana-Daze Jones on injured reserve.

DENVER BRONCOS Signed G Isaac Snell. Waived FB Kyle Johnson.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Released DE Simeon Rice. Re-signed RB Luke Lawton.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Signed LB Marquis Cooper. Released LB Jorge Cordova.

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Signed PK John Carney.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Activated WR Troy Brown from the physically-unable-to-perform list. Placed LB Rosevelt Colvin on injured reserve. Waived DL Kareem Brown.

NEW YORK GIANTS Released RB Patrick Pass.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

NHL Suspended Philadelphia F Scott Hartnell two games as a result of being assessed a game misconduct during a Nov. 26 game against Boston.

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS Placed D Duvie Westcott on injured reserve.

COLLEGE

COLORADO STATE Announced Sonny Lubick will not return as football coach.

DEPAUL Dismissed sophomore F Thijin Moses from the men s basketball team for undisclosed violations of team rules and university policies.

FLORIDA Granted sophomore WR Jarred Fayson a release from his scholarship, allowing him to transfer.

INDIANA Suspended freshman G Jordan Crawford three games for violating team rules.

MISSISSIPPI Named Houston Nutt football coach.

VIRGINIA Exercised a one-year contract option on Al Groh, football coach.



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