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Published: 11/24/2008

College football, college volleyball, prep football

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

Buffalo 5 2 235 199 7 4 341 309

Akron 3 4 258 262 5 6 354 348

BGSU 3 4 198 173 5 6 294 268

Temple 3 4 180 174 4 7 254 271

Kent St. 2 5 205 243 3 8 284 359

Ohio 2 5 155 207 3 8 248 301

Miami 1 6 118 229 2 9 195 351

West

Conference All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

Ball St. 7 0 258 114 11 0 407 178

W. Mich. 6 1 197 142 9 2 336 241

C. Mich. 6 1 201 179 8 3 311 313

N. Illinois 5 3 220 154 6 5 304 201

Toledo 2 5 160 198 3 8 259 339

E. Mich. 1 6 154 265 2 9 253 375

LAST SATURDAY

Temple 55, E. Michigan 52

Ohio 49, Akron 42

TOMORROW

Navy at N. Illinois, 7

W. Michigan at Ball St., 7

FRIDAY

Cent. Michigan at E. Michigan, Noon

Ohio at Miami, 12:30

Akron at Temple, 1

Kent St. at Buffalo, 2

BGSU at Toledo, 3:30

Big Ten

Conference All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

Penn St. 7 1 271 109 11 1 482 149

Ohio St. 7 1 238 98 10 2 338 157

Mich. St. 6 2 201 208 9 3 314 263

N western 5 3 191 187 9 3 294 232

Iowa 5 3 238 130 8 4 363 159

Minnesota 3 5 136 210 7 5 281 280

Wisconsin 3 5 206 227 7 5 344 303

Illinois 3 5 218 206 5 7 344 319

Purdue 2 6 175 196 4 8 296 301

Michigan 2 6 177 268 3 9 243 347

Indiana 1 7 116 328 3 9 246 423

LAST SATURDAY

Ohio St. 42, Michigan 7

Purdue 62, Indiana 10

Wisconsin 36, Cal Poly 35, OT

Northwestern 27, Illinois 10

Penn St. 49, Michigan St. 18

Iowa 55, Minnesota 0

National

LAST NIGHT

EAST

South Florida 17, Connecticut 13

LATE SATURDAY

SOUTHWEST

Oklahoma 65, Texas Tech 21

FAR WEST

Hawaii 49, Idaho 17

San Diego 28, UC Davis 20

San Diego St. 42, UNLV 21

AP Poll

Record Pts Pvs

1. Alabama (63) 11-0 1,622 1

2. Florida (2) 10-1 1,512 3

3. Oklahoma 10-1 1,486 5

4. Texas 10-1 1,482 4

5. Southern Cal 9-1 1,352 6

6. Penn St. 11-1 1,238 7

7. Texas Tech 10-1 1,212 2

8. Utah 12-0 1,206 8

9. Boise St. 11-0 1,064 9

10. Ohio St. 10-2 1,043 10

11. Oklahoma St. 9-2 997 11

12. Missouri 9-2 917 12

13. Georgia 9-2 874 13

14. TCU 10-2 750 15

15. Ball St. 11-0 731 14

16. Cincinnati 9-2 640 19

17. Oregon St. 8-3 604 21

18. Georgia Tech 8-3 339

19. Oregon 8-3 320 24

20. BYU 10-2 309 16

20. Boston College 8-3 309

22. Michigan St. 9-3 274 17

23. Florida St. 8-3 214

24. Northwestern 9-3 145

25. Mississippi 7-4 127

Others receiving votes: West Virginia 120, Pittsburgh 108, Iowa 54, LSU 35, California 11, Tulsa 8, W. Michigan 8, Cent. Michigan 5, South Carolina 5, Connecticut 2, Nebraska 1, Rice 1.

USA Today Coaches Poll

Record Pts Pvs

1. Alabama (56) 11-0 1518 1

2. Oklahoma (4) 10-1 1412 5

3. Florida (1) 10-1 1401 3

4. Texas 10-1 1370 4

5. Southern California 9-1 1288 6

6. Penn State 11-1 1157 8

7. Utah 12-0 1153 7

8. Texas Tech 10-1 1073 2

9. Boise State 11-0 1033 9

10. Ohio State 10-2 994 10

11. Missouri 9-2 896 11

12. Oklahoma State 9-2 858 12

13. Georgia 9-2 842 13

14. TCU 10-2 695 17

15. Ball State 11-0 673 16

16. Cincinnati 9-2 572 20

17. Oregon State 8-3 544 21

18. Oregon 8-3 397 22

19. Brigham Young 10-2 321 14

20. Northwestern 9-3 310 24

21. Michigan State 9-3 296 15

22. Boston College 8-3 290 25

23. Georgia Tech 8-3 241

24. Florida State 8-3 204

25. West Virginia 7-3 83

Others receiving votes: Pittsburgh 43, Mississippi 40, LSU 30, Iowa 26, Western Michigan 20, Connecticut 15, Maryland 9, Tulsa 6, Nebraska 3, South Florida 3, California 2, Miami 2, South Carolina 2, Virginia Tech 2, Wake Forest 1.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

MAC Tournament

at Seagate Centre

Championship

Ohio d. Western Michigan 17-25, 25-23, 25-22, 25-23.

PREP FOOTBALL

State championships

DIVISION I

Cle. St. Ignatius (13-1) vs. Cin. Elder (13-1), Canton Fawcett Stadium, Saturday, 7 p.m.

DIVISION II

Southview (14-0) vs. Cin. Anderson (12-2), Massillon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium, Friday, 7 p.m.

DIVISION III

Aurora (12-2) vs. Cols. Eastmoor Academy (13-1), Canton Fawcett Stadium, Saturday, 11 a.m.

DIVISION IV

Steubenville (14-0) vs. Kettering Alter (12-2), Canton Fawcett Stadium, Friday, 3 p.m.

DIVISION V

Youngs. Ursuline (14-0) vs. Liberty-Benton (14-0), Massillon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium, Saturday, 3 p.m.

DIVISION VI

Delphos St. John s (12-2) vs. Hopewell-Loudon (14-0), Massillon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium, Friday, 11 a.m.

SPORTLIGHT

Nov. 24

1904 Fullback Sam McAllester is thrown for a touchdown to give Tennessee a 7-0 victory over Alabama. McAllester, wearing a wide leather belt with handles sewn on the side, is repeatedly thrown by two teammates over the line of scrimmage, including the only touchdown of the game.

1949 The Syracuse Nationals edge the Anderson Packers 125-123 in five overtimes.

1949 Led by quarterback Joe Paterno, Brown overcomes a 26-7 third-quarter deficit by scoring 34 points in the final 17 minutes to beat Colgate 41-26.

1957 Cleveland Brown rookie Jim Brown rushes for 232 yards and scores four touchdowns in a 45-31 victory over the Los Angeles Rams.

1960 Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia Warriors sets an NBA record with 55 rebounds in a 132-129 loss to the Boston Celtics.

1977 Miami s Bob Griese throws for six touchdowns in a 55-14 Thanksgiving Day victory over the Detroit Lions.

1985 Ron Brown of the Los Angeles Rams returns two kickoffs for touchdowns in a 34-17 victory over the Green Bay Packers.

1990 BYU s Ty Detmer passes for 560 yards and five touchdowns to set an NCAA record for yards passing in a season in a 45-10 rout of Utah State. Detmer s 4,869 yards breaks the record of 4,699 set a year earlier by Houston s Andre Ware.

1996 Karrie Webb, capping a sensational rookie year, wins the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship to become the first player in tour history to earn more than $1 million in a season.

2000 Detroit coach Scotty Bowman coaches his 2,000th regular-season NHL game, a 3-2 Red Wings victory over Vancouver. Bowman s 1,157 regular-season victories exceeds the total of games coached by all but two individuals Al Arbour (1,607) and Dick Irvin (1,449) and those of 23 of the league s 30 franchises.

2000 LaDainian Tomlinson caps the fourth-best rushing season with 174 yards and a touchdown in Texas Christian s 62-7 victory over Southern Methodist. Tomlinson, who also won his second straight NCAA rushing title, finishes the season with 2,158 yards.

2002 Dominant to the very end, Annika Sorenstam finishes off the best LPGA Tour season in 38 years with a 4-under 68 to win the season-ending ADT Championship, her 11th victory of the year.

2005 Hiroyuki Tomita becomes the first Japanese gymnast in 31 years to win an all-around title at the world championships. Tomita is his country s first gymnast to win the world all-around title since Shigeru Kasamatsu in 1974.

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

2007 Pat White rushes for 186 yards and accounted for three touchdowns to lead West Virginia to a 66-21 win over Connecticut. White and Steve Slaton become the third pair of teammates in the Football Bowl Subdivision to surpass 1,000 yards rushing in consecutive seasons.

2007 Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford sets an NCAA freshman record for touchdown passes in a season. He has four scoring passes to give him 32 this year in the Sooners 48-17 victory over Oklahoma State.

2007 Kevin Smith rushes for 219 yards and a touchdown to surpass 2,000 yards for the season in Central Florida s 36-20 win over UTEP. Smith, the nation s leading rusher with 2,164 yards, tallies the fourth-highest total in Division I-A (Bowl Subdivision) history.

NOTES

SOUTHVIEW TICKETS: Tickets for Southview s State Championship game will be on sale Monday and Tuesday in the Athletic Director s office noon-5 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. They will also be available Wednesday 8 a.m.-noon and Thursday 6:30-8 p.m. All tickets are reserve seating and are $8. Fan buses will be available on a first come basis for $30 a seat (not including ticket).

GOLF

ADT Championship

LPGA

West Palm Beach, Fla.; Par: 72 (36-36)

Ji-Yai Shin, $1 million 35-35 70

Karrie Webb, $100,000 34-37 71

Paula Creamer, $19,875 38-36 74

Seon Hwa Lee, $19,875 37-37 74

Eun-Hee Ji, $18,500 36-39 75

Angela Stanford, $17,750 37-41 78

Jeong Jang, $16,625 40-39 79

Suzann Pettersen, $16,625 39-40 79

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

W L T SW Pts GF GA

Miami 8 2 2 1 19 36 17

Neb.-Omaha 5 2 1 1 12 30 17

Notre Dame 5 2 1 1 12 31 16

Alaska 5 3 0 0 10 16 13

Michigan 5 5 0 0 10 26 21

Ferris St. 4 4 2 0 10 22 22

Ohio St. 4 5 1 1 10 26 33

Bowling Green 4 5 1 0 9 17 32

Lake Superior 3 3 2 1 9 25 24

Michigan St. 2 6 2 2 8 14 29

W. Michigan 1 4 3 1 6 12 24

N. Michigan 2 7 1 0 5 16 23

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

SATURDAY

Alaska 2, Ferris St. 0

Miami 2, Michigan 1

Nebraska-Omaha 3, Michigan St. 1

Notre Dame 9, Bowling Green 1

Ohio St. 2, N. Michigan 0

Robert Morris 4, Lake Superior St. 3

Friday, Nov. 28

Ferris St. at N. Michigan

Lake Superior St. at Alaska

Michigan at Minnesota at College Hockey Showcase

Michigan St. at Wisconsin at College Hockey Showcase

Minn. St., Mankato at Bowling Green

Nebraska-Omaha at Ohio St.

W. Michigan at Notre Dame

SOCCER

MLS Cup

At Carson, Calif.

Yesterday

Columbus 3, New York 1

MLS Cup Champions

2008 Columbus

2007 Houston

2006 Houston

2005 Los Angeles

2004 D.C. United

2003 San Jose

2002 Los Angeles

2001 San Jose

2000 Kansas City

1999 D.C. United

1998 Chicago

1997 D.C. United

1996 D.C. United

TRANSACTIONS

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER Fired coach P.J. Carlesimo and assistant coach Paul Westhead. Named Scott Brooks interim coach.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

CHICAGO BEARS Placed OT Fred Miller on injured reserve. Signed WR Brandon Rideau from the practice squad.

TENNESSEE TITANS Placed CB Eric King and CB Reynaldo Hill on injured reserve. Signed CB Tyrone Poole. Signed CB Tuff Harris from the practice squad.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

NHL Suspended New Jersey D Mike Mottau two games for elbowing New York Islanders F Frans Nielsen in a Nov. 21 game.

COLORADO AVALANCHE Placed C Ben Guite on injured reserve. Called up F Brian Willsie from Lake Erie (AHL).

EDMONTON OILERS Recalled C Tim Sestito from Springfield (AHL).

NEW JERSEY DEVILS Assigned F Niklas Bergfors to Lowell (AHL). Recalled D Jay Leach from Lowell (AHL).

NEW YORK ISLANDERS Recalled C Jeremy Colliton from Bridgeport (AHL).

OTTAWA SENATORS Assigned F Ilya Zubov to Binghamton (AHL).

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING Recalled D Jamie Heward and G Karri Ramo from Norfolk (AHL). Placed LW Gary Roberts and C Chris Gratton on injured reserve.

VANCOUVER CANUCKS Reassigned D Nolan Baumgartner to Manitoba (AHL). Recalled G Cory Schneider from Manitoba.

American Hockey League

CHICAGO WOLVES Released G Ryan Ludzik.

HARTFORD WOLF PACK Recalled G Maxime Daigneault from Charlotte (ECHL).

HERSHEY BEARS Recalled F Steve Pinizzotto from South Carolina (ECHL).

SPRINGFIELD FALCONS Recalled D Josef Hrabal from Stockton (ECHL).

SYRACUSE CRUNCH Recalled F Ryan Garlock from Johnstown (ECHL).

ECHL

JOHNSTOWN CHIEFS Acquired RW Wes Clark from Charlotte for future considerations.

READING ROYALS Released G Justin Richardson.

PHOENIX ROADRUNNERS Acquired D Jeremy Swanson from Victoria for future considerations. Traded G Gerald Coleman to Trenton for future considerations.

COLLEGE

COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY Named Phil Jennings men s and women s interim track and field coach.

SAN DIEGO STATE Fired football coach Chuck Long.

WYOMING Fired football coach Joe Glenn.

LATEST LINE

NFL

Week 12

NEW ORLEANS 11/2 Green Bay

(Thursday)

Week 13

Tennessee 10 DETROIT

DALLAS 101/2 Seattle

PHILADELPHIA 31/2 Arizona

(Sunday)

NY JETS 71/2 Denver

BUFFALO 7 San Francisco

TAMPA BAY 41/2 New Orleans

GREEN BAY 3 Carolina

NY Giants 3 WASHINGTON

Miami 71/2 ST. LOUIS

Baltimore 6 CINCINNATI

Indianapolis 41/2 CLEVELAND

SAN DIEGO 5 Atlanta

NEW ENGLAND 1 Pittsburgh

OAKLAND 21/2 Kansas City

MINNESOTA 31/2 Chicago

(Monday)

HOUSTON 3 Jacksonville

College Football

(Tuesday)

BALL STATE 10 Western Michigan

NO. ILLINOIS 3 Navy

(Thursday)

TEXAS 34 Texas A&M

(Friday)

West Virginia 3 PITTSBURGH

MIAMI-OHIO 1 Ohio

MISSISSIPPI 13 Mississippi State

TEMPLE 3 Akron

EAST CAROLINA 51/2 Texas El Paso

Central Michigan 10 EASTERN MICH.

BUFFALO 10 Kent State

x-Lsu 41/2 ARKANSAS

Bowling Green 3 TOLEDO

NEBRASKA 15 Colorado

BOISE STATE 19 Fresno State

ARIZONA STATE 10 Ucla

(Saturday)

Miami-Florida 11/2 N. CAROLINA ST

WAKE FOREST 31/2 Vanderbilt

BOSTON COLLEGE 7 Maryland

VIRGINIA TECH 81/2 Virginia

North Carolina 81/2 DUKE

CINCINNATI 22 Syracuse

TEXAS TECH 20 Baylor

MEMPHIS 13 Tulane

Nevada 31/2 LOUISIANA TECH

Houston 3 RICE

UTAH STATE 5 New Mexico St.

Southern Miss 131/2 SMU

y-Missouri 13 Kansas

Oklahoma 71/2 OKLA. STATE

GEORGIA 9 Georgia Tech

Tulsa 14 MARSHALL

ALABAMA 141/2 Auburn

Florida 15 FLORIDA STATE

TENNESSEE 5 Kentucky

CENTRAL FLORIDA 9 Ala-Birmingham

OREGON STATE 3 Oregon

CLEMSON 1 South Carolina

SOUTHERN CAL 281/2 Notre Dame

HAWAII 28 Washington State

Arkansas State 20 NORTH TEXAS

z-Florida Atlantic 5 FLA International

x-at Little Rock, AR.

y-at Kansas City, MO.

z-at Dolphin Stadium.

NBA

Philadelphia 31/2 (180) CHARLOTTE

ORLANDO 9 (191) Milwaukee

Houston 2 (186) MIAMI

San Antonio 1 (179) MEMPHIS

UTAH 5 (196) Chicago

PORTLAND 111/2 (202) Sacramento

New Orleans 51/2 (187) LA CLIPPERS

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

WRIGHT STATE 1 Miami-Ohio

OHIO STATE 12 Bowling Green

VANDERBILT 81/2 Middle Tenn State

Nevada Las Vegas 2 TEXAS EL PASO

Iowa State 41/2 HAWAII

Maui Invitational Opening Round

Lahaina Civic Center-Maui, HI.

Texas 9 St. Joseph s

Notre Dame 14 Indiana

North Carolina 30 Chaminade

Alabama 21/2 Oregon

at Stegeman Coliseum-Athen, GA.

Arizona 22 Miss Valley St

GEORGIA 6 Santa Clara

CBE Classic Semifinal Round

Sprint Center-Kansas City, MO.

Florida 3 Syracuse

Kansas 5 Washington

CBE Classic Consolation Round

FIU Arena-Miami, FL.

Cleveland St No Line St. Leo

FLA INTERNATIONAL 2 Toledo

NHL

NY RANGERS 1/2 -1 Phoenix

PHILADELPHIA Even-1/2 Dallas

MONTREAL 1-11/2 NY Islanders

FLORIDA Even-1/2 Carolina

MINNESOTA Even-1/2 Washington

Detroit Even-1/2 VANCOUVER

ANAHEIM 1/2 -1 Colorado

Home Team in CAPS

Men

EAST

Bridgewater, Mass. 96, Clark U. 83, OT

Delaware 88, Marist 83, OT

Duquesne 85, Furman 65

Lesley 79, Curry 71

Penn St. 70, New Hampshire 50

Princeton 55, Army 43

Rider 84, Lafayette 77

St. Bonaventure 64, Rutgers 63, OT

Yeshiva 68, Polytechnic 64

MIDWEST

Dayton 78, Bethune-Cookman 38

Drake 75, S. Dakota St. 65

Illinois 78, Jackson St. 64

Iowa 66, Oakland, Mich. 57

Kent St. 83, UNC Wilmington 64

N. Iowa 74, Texas Southern 67

North Texas 80, Indiana St. 69

SOUTH

Duke 78, Montana 58

LSU 91, Northwestern St. 60

Mississippi 82, Marshall 78

Wis.-Green Bay 71, Morgan St. 54

SOUTHWEST

Alabama St. 77, Houston Baptist 68

Oklahoma St. 91, Grambling St. 60

Prairie View 84, Ecclesia 38

Tulsa 66, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 43

FAR WEST

Arizona St. 61, Pepperdine 40

Portland 75, UC Davis 72

Portland St. 76, Cal St.-Fullerton 75

Saint Mary s, Calif. 86, Vanguard 54

Texas-Pan American 87, Colo.-Colo. Springs 78

Wofford 74, Air Force 61

TOURNAMENT

Billy Minardi Classic

Championship

Louisville 81, South Alabama 54

Third Place

Florida A&M 79, Morehead St. 74

O Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-

Championship

Xavier 63, Memphis 58

Third Place

Seton Hall 77, Virginia Tech 73

Fifth Place

Missouri 83, Southern Cal 72

Seventh Place

Fairfield 61, Chattanooga 42

USVI Paradise Jam

Semifinals

Connecticut 76, Miami 63

Wisconsin 64, San Diego 49

Women

EAST

Bard 57, Yeshiva 46

Loyola, Md. 64, Army 56

Maine 54, Massachusetts 45

Marist 76, Harvard 63

Notre Dame 102, Boston College 54

MIDWEST

Cincinnati 60, Toledo 59

Iowa St. 63, Creighton 59

Kansas 75, Saint Louis 56

Kansas St. 80, Texas-San Antonio 51

Kent St. 84, New Mexico St. 82

Lake Superior St. 80, Marygrove 52

Macalester 85, Oberlin 43

Marquette 89, W. Michigan 58

Michigan 50, Vanderbilt 42

Missouri St. 61, Arkansas St. 52

Purdue 68, Oakland, Mich. 40

S. Dakota St. 80, Oregon 63

Temple 66, Illinois 47

Wartburg 70, Wis.-Oshkosh 65

Wichita St. 66, Iona 64

Wisconsin 69, Canisius 54

SOUTH

Auburn 87, Ohio St. 80, OT

Centenary 75, Louisiana-Lafayette 69

Florida 72, Florida St. 57

Kentucky 67, George Washington 48

Maryland 88, UCLA 65

Mississippi St. 99, Northwestern St. 75

South Florida 97, Coppin St. 43

Tennessee 94, Louisiana Tech 59

Virginia Tech 69, George Mason 52

W. Kentucky 80, E. Kentucky 54

William & Mary 54, Delaware St. 41

SOUTHWEST

Arkansas 60, Northwestern 44

Baylor 83, Rice 58

North Carolina 80, Oklahoma 79

TCU 89, Sam Houston St. 75

Texas 105, Furman 51

Texas Tech 72, Texas-Arlington 57

FAR WEST

Arizona 54, UC Santa Barbara 47

Fresno St. 74, Sacramento St. 68

Gonzaga 68, Wyoming 58

Nevada 99, Saint Mary s, Calif. 91

Seattle 94, San Jose St. 62

Stanford 81, Rutgers 47

Washington 74, Boise St. 51

Washington St. 78, Montana St. 66

TOURNAMENT

KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge

Championship

Iowa 64, Providence 46

Third Place

Portland 74, Boston U. 62

Subway Classic

Championship

Minnesota 87, Yale 63

Third Place

N.C. State 73, American U. 63

TD Banknorth Classic

Championship

Michigan St. 81, Quinnipiac 48

Third Place

Vermont 82, Dartmouth 77, 3OT

PRO FOOTBALLCFL Playoffs

Grey Cup Championship

Yesterday

At Montreal

Calgary 22, Montreal 14

Montreal 3 10 1 0 14

Calgary 0 10 6 6 22

Mon FG Duval 14, 10:45.

Cal FG DeAngelis 44, 14:08.

Mtl Cobourne 16 run (Duval kick), 8:05.

Mtl FG Duval 19, 3:11.

Cal Ralph 20 pass from Burris (DeAngelis kick), 1:08

Cal FG DeAngelis 12, 5:53.

Mon Single, Duval 63 punt out of bounds in end zone, 4:02.

Cal FG DeAngelis 21, :10.

Cal FG DeAngelis 30, 12:34.

Cal FG DeAngelis 50, 4:34.

A 66,308.

TEAM STATS

Mon Cal

First downs 19 25

Total Net Yards 374 443

Rushes-yards 8-40 21-117

Passing 352 328

Punt Returns 5-86 2-8

Kickoff Returns 3-52 4-90

Interceptions Ret. 1-0 2-2

Comp-Att-Int 29-38-2 28-37-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-17 1-2

Punts 5-46.8 6-42.5

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0

Penalties-Yards 4-30 5-40

Time of Possession 27:21 32:39

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Montreal, Coburne 8-40. Calgary, Burris 9-79, Reynolds 11-29, Summers 1-9.

PASSING Montreal, Calvillo 29-38-2-352. Calgary, Burris 28-37-1-328.

RECEIVING Montreal, Cahoon 8-95, Richardson 6-123, Bratton 5-49, Watkins 4-51, Carter 3-19, Cobourne 3-15. Calgary, Lewis 11-122, Copeland 7-53, Rambo 5-84, Reynolds 4-49, Ralph 1-20.

MISSED FIELD GOALS None.

TENNIS

Davis Cup

FINAL

Mar del Plata, Argentina

Spain 3, Argentina 1

Singles

David Nalbandian d. David Ferrer 6-3, 6-2, 6-3.

Feliciano Lopez d. Juan Martin del Potro 4-6, 7-6 (2), 7-6 (4), 6-3.

Doubles

Feliciano Lopez and Fernando Verdasco d. Agustin Calleri and David Nalbandian 5-7, 7-5, 7-6 (5), 6-3.

Reverse Singles

Fernando Verdasco d. Jose Acasuso 6-3, 6-7 (3), 4-6, 6-3, 6-1.

Final match not played



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