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AP Mr Football

2012: Mitch Trubisky, Mentor, QB, 6-3, 200, sr. Completed 264 of 393 passes (.672) for 4,065 yards and 42 touchdowns with 12 interceptions, ran for 835 yards and 18 TDs on 197 attempts, scoring 108 points for the Cardinals in the regular season and playoffs. Led team to 9-1 record, No. 7 ranking in regular season before several huge games in taking it to the state semifinals. North Carolina.

2011: Maty Mauk, Kenton, QB, 6-2, 185, sr. Set national career passing records for yards (18,006), attempts (2001), completions (1,287) and touchdowns (209). During regular season led team to a 10-0 record, and also to state championship game. As a senior, completed 274 of 401 passes for 3,744 yards and 48 touchdowns with eight interceptions, plus ran for 1,204 yards. He and 2002 winner Benny Mauk become the first brothers to win the award. Missouri.

2010: Akise Teague, Youngstown Ursuline, RB, 5-8, 176, sr. Carried 164 times for 1,756 yards (10.7 ypc) and 26 touchdowns for the season. Also caught 25 passes for 545 yards (21.8 ypc) and five TDs. Returned 10 kicks for 328 yards and one TD, and 13 punts for 283 yards (21.8 ypr). As a DB, intercepted five passes and returned three for TDs while totaling 47 tackles, 3.5 for minus yardage. Accounted for 3,132 all-purpose yards and 35 TDs for state's No. 1 team in Division V. Accounted for 212 points on 217 touches for the season, averaging 14.4 yards every time he touched the ball. Had 418 all-purpose yards in one game and scored six times. Ran for 112 yards and three TDs on nine carries in last year's state championship game. University of Cincinnati.

2009: Erick Howard, North Canton Hoover, RB, 5-11, 205, senior. Carried 337 times for 2,056 yards and 27 touchdowns for the season. In the regular season had 299 carries for 1,957 yards, 26 TDs; 102 tackles, 5 tackles for a loss, 3 sacks, caused 4 fumbles, 1 interception. Career: 6,013 yards rushing, 79 TDs, 478 points — all Stark County records. Yardage total ended up in the top 20 all-time in the state. Only second two-time Mr. Football (Robert Smith, 1988-89). Serving 30-year sentence for a home-invasion robbery and rape.

2008: Erick Howard, North Canton Hoover, RB, 5-10, 210, jr. Carried 285 times for 1,795 yards and 25 touchdowns for No. 8 team in final AP rankings. Also had 2,322 all-purpose yards and totaled 28 touchdowns. Led team to state semifinals for first time in more than 20 years, totaling 2,387 rushing yards and 32 TDs.

2007: Bart Tanski, Mentor, QB, 6-2, 190, sr. Led Cardinals to second consecutive Division I state championship game. Completed 161-of-273 passes for 2,385 yards and 20 TDs with 4 interceptions during regular season. Also ran for 8 TDs. Walked on at Bowling Green.

2006: Brandon Saine, Piqua, RB, 6-1, 219, sr. Heading into state championship game, has 281 carries for 2,035 yards and 30 TDs; 19 receptions for 345 yards and five TDs; 400 in return yards and one TD. A two-time defending state champion in the Division I 100 and 400 meters, state record holder in the 100 at 10.31 seconds. Ohio State.

2005: Delone Carter, Copley, RB, 5-10, 200, sr. Rushed for 2,788 yards on 302 carries (9.2 average) with 49 total touchdowns (47 rushing, two receiving) in 12 games (10 regular season, two playoffs). In 2004, carried 324 times for 2,556 yards and 28 touchdowns in 13 games (three in playoffs). Spent first two seasons at Akron Hoban as backup to 2004 Mr. Football Tyrell Sutton. Syracuse.

2004: Tyrell Sutton, Akron Hoban, RB, 5-10, 194, sr. 2004: 354 carries for 3,232 yards (9.1 average), 38 total TDs, 36 rushing, one receiving, one kickoff return, 228 points. Career: 117 TDs, 112 rushing, 1,090 carries for state-record 9,426 yards; 455 receiving yards; 1,038 return yards; state-record 10,919 all-purpose yards. Rushed for 100 or more yards in final 38 games. Northwestern.

2003: Raymond Williams, Cleveland Benedictine, RB, 5-11, 185, sr. Averaged 8.1 yards per carry, totaling 2,099 for regular season along with 27 TDs for state's No. 1-ranked team in Division III. Totaled more than 6,000 career yards. After Benedictine won a state championship, he was arrested for his role in the death of a teammate and pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. Williams was put on probation; a three-year prison sentence and a $100,000 fine were suspended. West Virginia rescinded a scholarship offer after his arrest.

2002: Benny Mauk, Kenton, QB, 6-2, 200, sr. Completed 434-of-668 passes (64 percent) for 6,528 yards and 76 touchdowns; rushed for 1,385 yards and 18 touchdowns; set national career records for yards passing (17,523) and touchdowns (178); Led Kenton to Division IV title in 2001. Transferred from Wake Forest to Cincinnati, where he led Bearcats to bowl game.

2001: Maurice Clarett, Warren Harding, RB, 6-0, 230 pounds, sr. Carried 139 times for 1,369 yards and 22 touchdowns in the regular season; also had 14 catches for 253 yards and three touchdowns, returned four punts for touchdowns and had another on a kickoff return. Led Ohio State to national championship as a freshman in 2002, then was suspended for lying to NCAA and university investigators looking into improper benefits. Sued NFL for early entry but lost in court. Serving jail time after pleading guilty to having a hidden gun in his sport utility vehicle and holding up two people outside a bar in a separate case.

2000: Jeff Backes, Upper Arlington, RB-DB, 5-10, 180 pounds, sr. Set state record for rushing yards in a season with 3,353, including the Golden Bears' run to the state title; scored 44 touchdowns on 354 carries, averaging 224 yards a game; also a standout at safety. Northwestern.

1999: Brandon "Bam" Childress, Bedford Chanel, DB-WR-KR, 5-10, 175 pounds, sr. Only seven passes thrown his way in 14 games; one was completed for a 3-yard gain, he intercepted two, returning one for a touchdown, batted down two and two were overthrown; 41 receptions for 754 yards and 11 touchdowns; more than 700 yards on punt returns and 600 yards on kickoff returns. Ohio State. NFL.

1998: Ryan Brewer, Troy, RB, 5-10, 205, sr.: 315 carries for then-state-record 2,856 yards and 40 touchdowns; 14 straight games over 200 yards rushing; more than 7,700 career yards; punted for 44-yard average; kicked four field goals of 30 or more yards; two interceptions as defensive back. South Carolina.

1997: Antoine "Tony" Fisher, Euclid, RB, 6-1, 203, sr.: 186 carries for 2,130 yards and 40 touchdowns, breaking Robert Smith's school records for season scoring and yardage. Notre Dame. NFL.

1996: Derek Combs, Grove City, RB-CB-KR, 6-1, 185, sr. Rushed for 2,042 yards on 214 carries (9.5 yards per carry) and scored 24 touchdowns; also caught 20 passes for 400 yards. Ohio State. NFL.

1995: Andy Katzenmoyer, Westerville South, LB-RB, 6-4, 235, sr.: 53 solo tackles, 35 assists, 16 for minus yardage, 8 sacks, 6 caused bad pass, 8 passes broken up, 6 fumbles caused; also rushed for 250 yards as blocking back on offense. Ohio State. NFL. Retired due to injury.

1994: Charles Woodson, Fremont Ross, RB-DB, 6-1, 190, sr.: 218 carries, 2,028 yards and 38 touchdowns; 2,596 all-purpose yards and 230 points. Michigan. Won Heisman Trophy. NFL.

1993: Curtis Enis, Union City Mississinawa Valley, RB-LB, 6-3, 232, sr.: 256 carries for then-state-record 2,764 yards (10.8 yards per attempt) and 37 touchdowns rushing; games of 440 yards and seven touchdowns, 371 yards and four touchdowns and 343 yards and four touchdowns. Penn State. NFL. Retired.

1992: Marc Edwards, Norwood, RB-LB, 6-2, 220, sr.: 234 carries for 1,721 yards and 26 touchdowns; 2,114 all-purpose yards; 113 tackles on defense. Notre Dame. NFL. Retired.

1991: Derek Kidwell, Fostoria, QB-DE, 6-4, 225, sr.: 85-for-144 for 1,526 yards and 15 touchdowns with eight interceptions passing; rushed for 379 yards on 60 carries and five touchdowns; had 21 solos, 23 assists, two sacks and four fumbles recovered as defensive end. Bowling Green. Successful high school coach.

1990: Bob Hoying, St. Henry, QB, 6-5, 210, sr.: 105-for-180 (58 percent), 1,736 yards and 20 touchdowns with five interceptions passing; rushed for 201 yards on 39 carries with four touchdowns; as free safety intercepted seven passes. Ohio State. NFL. Retired.

1989: Robert Smith, Euclid, RB, 6-2, 195, sr.: 203 carries for 2,042 yards and 31 touchdowns; career 548 carries for 5,038 yards, 67 touchdowns. Ohio State. NFL. Now a TV college football analyst.

1988: Robert Smith, Euclid, RB, 6-2, 185, jr.: 177 carries for 1,564 yards (8.8 yards per carry); averaged 31 yards on 10 punt returns.

1987: Buster Howe, Zanesville, WB, 5-11, 182, sr. All-purpose single-wing back, scored 25 points a game; also played defensive back, kicked. Ohio State.

State championships

Division I

Saturday, 7 p.m.

at Canton Fawcett Stadium

Whitmer (14-0, AP #3) vs. Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (11-3, AP NR)

Division II

Friday, 7 p.m.

at Massillon Paul Brown Stadium

Central Catholic (13-1, AP #4) vs. Trotwood-Madison (12-2, AP #9)

Division III

Saturday, 11 a.m.

at Canton Fawcett Stadium

Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (12-2, AP #9) vs. Bellevue (13-1, AP #7)

Division IV

Friday, 3 p.m.

at Canton Fawcett Stadium

St. Clairsville (14-0, AP #7) vs. Clarksville Clinton-Massie (14-0, AP #4)

Division V

Saturday, 3 p.m.

at Massillon Paul Brown Stadium

Kirtland (14-0, AP #2) vs. Coldwater (14-0, AP #1)

Division VI

Friday, 11 a.m.

at Massillon Paul Brown Stadium

Newark Catholic (12-2, AP #9) vs. Maria Stein Marion Local (12-2, AP #7

GLANTZ-CULVER LINE

NCAA Football

Tonight

FAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG

at Rutgers 2½ 3 (43½) Louisville

Tomorrow

Mid-American Conference

At Detroit

Championship

N. Illinois 5 6 (58) Kent St.

Pacific-12 Conference

Championship

at Stanford 10½ 8½ (44) UCLA

Saturday

Cincinnati 5½ 5 (40½) at UConn

Pittsburgh 5½ 6½ (46½) at South Fla.

Oklahoma 7 6½ (60½) at TCU

at Kansas St. 10½ 11½ (63½) Texas

Oklahoma St. 4½ 4 (86½) at Baylor

Boise St. 8½ 9½ (60) at Nevada

at West Virginia 20 20 (71) Kansas

at Texas St. 12½ 13 (57) New Mex. St.

at Arkansas St. 10½ 10 (62½) Middle Tenn.

La. Lafayette 9½ 9 (60) at FAU

at Hawaii 3½ 6 (52½) S. Alabama

Conference USA

Championship

at Tulsa 1 2 (55) UCF

Southeastern Conference

at Atlanta

Championship

Alabama 7½ 7 (50½) Georgia

Atlantic Coast Conference

At Charlotte, N.C.

Championship

Florida St. 13 14 (62½) Georgia Tech

Big Ten Conference

At Indianapolis

Championship

Nebraska 3 3 (49) Wisconsin

NFL

Tonight

FAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG

at Atlanta 3½ 3½ (56) New Orleans

Sunday

at Chicago 4 3½ (37½) Seattle

at Green Bay 9 9 (46½) Minnesota

San Francisco 7 7 (40) at St. Louis

at N.Y. Jets 3½ 4½ (36½) Arizona

Carolina 1 3 (40½) at Kansas City

at Detroit 4½ 4½ (51) Indianapolis

at Buffalo 6 6 (45) Jacksonville

New England 7 7½ (51) at Miami

Houston 4½ 6 (47) at Tennessee

at Denver 6½ 7 (50½) Tampa Bay

at Baltimore OFF OFF (OFF) Pittsburgh

at Oakland OFF OFF (OFF) Cleveland

Cincinnati +1 1½ (46) at San Diego

at Dallas 9 10 (43) Philadelphia

Monday

N.Y. Giants Pk 2½ (51) at Washington

Off Key

Pittsburgh QB questionable

Cleveland QB questionable

NCAA Basketball

FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG

at Notre Dame Pk Kentucky

South Alabama 2 at FAU

at UALR 9½ Troy

Arkansas St. 3 at FIU

at St. John's 6 South Carolina

Middle Tenn. 7 at La. Lafayette

W. Kentucky 8 at La. Monroe

at Florida 11 Marquette

at LSU 3½ Seton Hall

at Oregon 17 UTSA

at Loyola Marymnt 5 Long Beach St.

Manhattan 4 at Fordham

La Salle 3 at Rider

W. Illinois 2 at South Dakota

at Mo.-Kansas City Pk IUPUI

at N. Dakota St. 19 Neb-Omaha

at TCU 8½ S. Utah

at Memphis 29 UT-Martin

at Montana St. Pk Pepperdine

NBA

FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG

at Miami 6 San Antonio

Denver 2½ at Golden State

NBA

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

Brooklyn 10 4 .714 —

New York 10 4 .714 —

Philadelphia 9 6 .600 11/2

Boston 8 7 .533 21/2

Toronto 3 13 .188 8

Southeast Division

W L Pct GB

Miami 10 3 .769 —

Atlanta 9 4 .692 1

Charlotte 7 7 .500 31/2

Orlando 5 9 .357 51/2

Washington 1 12 .077 9

Central Division

W L Pct GB

Milwaukee 7 6 .538 —

Chicago 7 7 .500 1/2

Indiana 7 8 .467 1

Detroit 5 11 .313 31/2

Cleveland 3 12 .200 5

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

Memphis 11 2 .846 1/2

San Antonio 13 3 .813 —

Houston 7 8 .467 51/2

Dallas 7 9 .438 6

New Orleans 4 10 .286 8

Northwest Division

W L Pct GB

Oklahoma City 12 4 .750 —

Utah 9 7 .563 3

Denver 8 7 .533 31/2

Minnesota 6 7 .462 41/2

Portland 6 9 .400 51/2

Pacific Division

W L Pct GB

Golden State 8 6 .571 —

L.A. Clippers 8 6 .571 —

L.A. Lakers 7 8 .467 11/2

Phoenix 7 9 .438 2

Sacramento 4 10 .286 4

Wednesday

San Antonio 110, Orlando 89

Washington 84, Portland 82

Detroit 117, Phoenix 77

Brooklyn 95, Boston 83

Atlanta 94, Charlotte 91

Chicago 101, Dallas 78

Memphis 103, Toronto 82

New York 102, Milwaukee 88

Oklahoma City 120, Houston 98

Utah 96, New Orleans 84

Minnesota at L.A. Clippers, 10:30

Tuesday

Philadelphia 100, Dallas 98

Phoenix 91, Cleveland 78

Houston 117, Toronto 101

Minnesota 97, Sacramento 89

Indiana 79, L.A. Lakers 77

Today

San Antonio at Miami, 8

Denver at Golden State, 10:30

Friday

Phoenix at Toronto, 7

Brooklyn at Orlando, 7

Philadelphia at Charlotte, 7

Portland at Boston, 7:30

Washington at New York, 7:30

Cleveland at Atlanta, 7:30

Milwaukee at Minnesota, 8

Detroit at Memphis, 8

Utah at Oklahoma City, 8

Indiana at Sacramento, 10

Denver at L.A. Lakers, 10:30

Phoenix 24 20 16 17 – 77

Detroit 24 31 26 36 – 117

Phoenix: Morris 4-11 0-0 10, Beasley 1-6 0-0 2, Gortat 1-6 4-4 6, Brown 2-4 1-3 5, Dragic 3-7 3-4 10, Tucker 0-3 2-4 2, Scola 4-12 3-3 11, Dudley 2-7 2-2 7, Johnson 3-8 0-0 7, Marshall 3-6 0-0 7, O'Neal 2-4 0-0 4, Telfair 1-3 0-0 2, Zeller 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 28-82 15-20 77.

Detroit: Prince 3-5 5-6 12, Maxiell 4-6 1-2 9, Monroe 4-7 1-2 9, Singler 5-12 1-2 12, Knight 5-11 6-7 19, Drummond 3-7 0-2 6, Stuckey 4-8 10-11 18, Villanueva 7-8 1-3 19, Maggette 3-5 0-0 8, Bynum 0-0 0-0 0, Daye 1-4 0-0 2, English 1-3 0-0 3. Totals 40-76 25-35 117.

Leaders

THROUGH TUESDAY

Scoring

G FG FT PTS AVG

Bryant, LAL 15 138 108 416 27.7

Anthony, NYK 13 121 71 342 26.3

Durant, OKC 15 125 115 389 25.9

James, MIA 13 129 51 327 25.2

Harden, HOU 14 107 109 351 25.1

Westbrook, OKC 15 114 68 317 21.1

Mayo, DAL 15 107 55 312 20.8

Aldridge, POR 13 107 54 268 20.6

Bosh, MIA 13 94 73 263 20.2

Pierce, BOS 14 89 75 281 20.1

Gay, MEM 12 90 41 236 19.7

Lopez, BRO 13 107 36 250 19.2

Lillard, POR 14 94 45 267 19.1

Ellis, MIL 12 89 42 229 19.1

Duncan, SAN 15 111 57 280 18.7

Holiday, PHX 15 107 45 278 18.5

Curry, GOL 14 87 50 257 18.4

DeRozan, TOR 15 103 62 274 18.3

PRO FOOTBALL

NFL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

New England 8 3 0 .727 407 244

Miami 5 6 0 .455 211 226

N.Y. Jets 4 7 0 .364 221 290

Buffalo 4 7 0 .364 243 319

South

W L T Pct PF PA

Houston 10 1 0 .909 327 211

Indianapolis 7 4 0 .636 230 273

Tennessee 4 7 0 .364 238 335

Jacksonville 2 9 0 .182 188 308

AFC NORTH

W L T Pct PF PA

Baltimore 9 2 0 .818 283 219

Pittsburgh 6 5 0 .545 231 210

Cincinnati 6 5 0 .545 282 247

Cleveland 3 8 0 .273 209 248

West

W L T Pct PF PA

Denver 8 3 0 .727 318 221

San Diego 4 7 0 .364 245 237

Oakland 3 8 0 .273 218 356

Kansas City 1 10 0 .091 161 301

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

N.Y. Giants 7 4 0 .636 305 226

Washington 5 6 0 .455 295 285

Dallas 5 6 0 .455 242 262

Philadelphia 3 8 0 .273 184 282

South

W L T Pct PF PA

Atlanta 10 1 0 .909 294 216

Tampa Bay 6 5 0 .545 310 254

New Orleans 5 6 0 .455 308 304

Carolina 3 8 0 .273 214 265

North

W L T Pct PF PA

Chicago 8 3 0 .727 277 175

Green Bay 7 4 0 .636 273 245

Minnesota 6 5 0 .545 248 249

Detroit 4 7 0 .364 267 280

West

W L T Pct PF PA

San Francisco 8 2 1 .773 276 155

Seattle 6 5 0 .545 219 185

St. Louis 4 6 1 .409 205 254

Arizona 4 7 0 .364 180 227

TODAY

New Orleans at Atlanta, 8:20

Sunday

Arizona at N.Y. Jets, 1

Carolina at Kansas City, 1

Indianapolis at Detroit, 1

Jacksonville at Buffalo, 1

Seattle at Chicago, 1

New England at Miami, 1

Houston at Tennessee, 1

Minnesota at Green Bay, 1

San Francisco at St. Louis, 1

Tampa Bay at Denver, 4:05

Cleveland at Oakland, 4:25

Cincinnati at San Diego, 4:25

Pittsburgh at Baltimore, 4:25

Philadelphia at Dallas, 8:20

Monday

N.Y. Giants at Washington, 8:30

NEXT Thursday

Denver at Oakland, 8:20

AFC Individual Leaders

Quarterbacks

Att Com Yds TD Int

Brady, NE 421 274 3299 24 3

P. Manning, Den 409 277 3260 26 8

Roethlisb'ger, Pit 316 209 2287 17 4

Schaub, Hou 378 245 2855 19 9

Dalton, Cin 374 237 2769 23 11

P. Rivers, SD 376 251 2689 18 14

Flacco, Bal 392 236 2850 14 7

Fitzpat'k, Buf 356 219 2359 18 11

Locker, Ten 167 99 1164 7 4

C. Palmer, Oak 449 271 3181 18 12

Rushers

Att Yds Avg LG TD

A. Foster, Hou 269 1064 3.96 46 12

Chr. Johnson, Ten 191 942 4.93 83t 4

Ridley, NE 206 939 4.56 41 8

J. Charles, Kan 195 928 4.76 91t 3

Spiller, Buf 123 830 6.75 56t 4

R. Rice, Bal 186 794 4.27 43 7

Green-Ellis, Cin 201 767 3.82 48 5

T. Richardson, CLE 209 755 3.61 32t 6

McGahee, Den 167 731 4.38 31 4

Greene, NYj 186 702 3.77 36 5

Receivers

No Yds Avg LG TD

Wayne, Ind 84 1105 13.2 30t 3

Welker, NE 80 961 12.0 59 3

And. Johnson, Hou 69 1058 15.3 60t 3

A.. Green, Cin 67 1022 15.3 73t 10

De. Thomas, Den 61 1015 16.6 71t 6

Hartline, Mia 55 807 14.7 80t 1

Bess, Mia 55 715 13.0 39 1

B. Myers, Oak 55 591 10.7 29 3

Decker, Den 54 685 12.7 55 8

R. Gronkowski, NE 53 748 14.1 41 10

Scoring

Touchdowns

TD Rush Rec Ret Pts

A. Foster, Hou 14 12 2 0 84

A.. Green, Cin 10 0 10 0 60

R. Gronkowski, NE 10 0 10 0 60

Decker, Den 8 0 8 0 48

Ridley, NE 8 8 0 0 48

R. Rice, Bal 7 7 0 0 42

T. Richardson, CLE 7 6 1 0 42

To. Smith, Bal 7 0 7 0 42

H. Miller, Pit 6 0 6 0 38

O. Daniels, Hou 6 0 6 0 36

NFC Individual Leaders

Quarterbacks

Att Com Yds TD Int

A. Rodgers, Gby 379 252 2838 28 7

Griffin III, Was 305 206 2504 16 4

Ale. Smith, Snf 217 152 1731 13 5

Brees, Nor 442 276 3333 31 11

M. Ryan, Atl 429 294 3425 21 13

Jo. Freeman, Tam 349 199 2761 21 7

R. Wilson, Sea 280 178 2051 17 8

Kolb, Ari 183 109 1169 8 3

Romo, Dal 456 302 3357 16 15

E. Manning, NYg 394 239 2890 15 11

Rushers

Att Yds Avg LG TD

A. Peterson, Min 213 1236 5.80 74 7

M. Lynch, Sea 231 1051 4.55 77t 5

Do. Martin, Tam 218 1050 4.82 70t 9

Morris, Was 208 982 4.72 39t 6

Gore, Snf 176 914 5.19 37 5

L. McCoy, Phl 177 750 4.24 34 2

Bradshaw, NYg 161 733 4.55 37 5

S. Jackson, Stl 174 724 4.16 46 2

Forte, Chi 158 683 4.32 46 3

Griffin III, Was 99 642 6.48 76t 6

Receivers

No Yds Avg LG TD

Witten, Dal 82 710 8.7 35 1

B. Marshall, Chi 81 1017 12.6 45 8

Ca. Johnson, Det 73 1257 17.2 53 4

Gonzalez, Atl 69 712 10.3 25 6

R. White, Atl 67 1003 15.0 59 4

D. Bryant, Dal 65 880 13.5 85t 6

Cruz, NYg 63 779 12.4 80t 8

Harvin, Min 62 677 10.9 45 3

Cobb, Gby 58 613 10.6 39t 7

Colston, Nor 55 757 13.8 40 8

Scoring

Touchdowns

TD Rush Rec Ret Pts

Do. Martin, Tam 10 9 1 0 60

A. Brown, NYg 8 8 0 0 50

Cobb, Gby 8 0 7 1 48

Colston, Nor 8 0 8 0 48

Cruz, NYg 8 0 8 0 48

J. Graham, Nor 8 0 8 0 48

Jam. Jones, Gby 8 0 8 0 48

B. Marshall, Chi 8 0 8 0 48

V. Jackson, Tam 7 0 7 0 44

A. Peterson, Min 7 7 0 0 44

SPORTLIGHT

Nov. 29

1890–Navy beats Army 24-0 in the first matchup of this historic series.

1934–The Detroit Lions play their first traditional Thanksgiving Day home game and lose to the Chicago Bears 19-16.

1987–The New Orleans Saints hold off the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-16 to assure themselves of their first winning season in their 20-year history.

1987–The Edmonton Eskimos defeat the Toronto Argonauts 38-36 to win the 75th CFL Grey Cup.

1992–New York Jets defensive end Dennis Byrd is paralyzed in his lower body after colliding with teammate Scott Mersereau and breaking his C-5 vertebra in a 23-7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

1995–Grant Fuhr becomes the 11th NHL goalie to win 300 games as the St. Louis Blues beat Winnipeg 4-1.

1998–Miami's Dan Marino becomes the first player to throw 400 career TD passes, passing for 255 yards and three TDs in the Dolphins' 30-10 win against New Orleans.

2003–LeBron James, 18, becomes youngest player in NBA history to score 30 or more points in a game with his 33-point effort in the Cavaliers' 122-115 double-overtime loss to Memphis. Kobe Bryant was 19 when he reached 30 for the Lakers in 1997.

2003–Maryland's Bruce Perry rushes for 237 yards while Wake Forest's Chris Barclay gains 243 yards, marking the first time in ACC history and only the fifth time in NCAA history that opposing backs have more than 200 rushing yards in the same game. Perry scores three touchdowns in the Terrapins' 41-28 win.

2004–Brett Favre celebrates his 200th straight regular-season start with three touchdown passes and yet another record in the Green Bay Packers' 45-17 rout of the St. Louis Rams. Favre tops 20 touchdown passes for the 11th straight season, breaking a tie with Dan Marino.

SOCCER

MLS CUP

Saturday: Houston at Los Angeles, 4:30

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

ALL-MAC

Specialty Award Winners

Vern Smith Leadership Award Winner: QB Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois

Coach of the Year: Darrell Hazell, Kent State

Offensive Player of the Year: QB Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois

Defensive Player of the Year: DT Chris Jones, Bowling Green

Special Teams Player of the Year: KR Dri Archer, Kent State

Freshman of the Year: WR Jaime Wilson, Western Michigan

First Team Offense

Quarterback – Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois, Center – Zac Kerin, Toledo, Offensive Linemen – Brian Winters, Kent State, Offensive Lineman – Eric Fisher, Central Michigan, Offensive Lineman – Dann O'Neill, Western Michigan, Offensive Linemen – Austin Holtz, Ball State, Tight End – Zane Fakes, Ball State. Wide Receiver – Martel Moore, Northern Illinois, Wide Receiver – Bernard Reedy, Toledo, Wide Receiver – Willie Snead, Ball State, Wide Receiver – Jamill Smith, Ball State, Running Back – Dri Archer, Kent State, Running Back – David Fluellen, Toledo, Placekicker – Steven Schott, Ball State

First Team Defense

Outside Linebacker – Khalil Mack, Buffalo, Outside Linebacker –Gabe Martin, Bowling Green, Inside Linebacker – Dan Molls, Toledo, Inside Linebacker – Perry McIntyre, UMass, Down Lineman – Chris Jones, Bowling Green, Down Lineman – Roosevelt Nix, Kent State, Down Lineman – Sean Progar, Northern Illinois, Down Lineman – Alan Baxter, Northern Illinois, Defensive Back – Jimmie Ward, Northern Illinois, Defensive Back – Dayonne Nunley, Miami, Defensive Back – BooBoo Gates, Bowling Green, Defensive Back – Jermaine Robinson, Toledo, Punter – Jay Karutz, Eastern Michigan

First Team Specialists

Kickoff Return Specialist – Dri Archer, Kent State, Punt Return Specialist –Bernard Reedy, Toledo

Second Team Offense

Quarterback – Keith Wenning, Ball State, Center – Skyler Allen, Ohio, Offensive Lineman – Eric Herman, Ohio, Offensive Lineman – Josh Kline, Kent State, Offensive Lineman – Tyler Loos, Northern Illinois, Offensive Lineman – Jordan Roussos, Bowling Green, Tight End – Garrett Hoskins, Eastern Michigan, Wide Receiver – Nick Harwell, Miami , Wide Receiver – Alex Neutz, Buffalo, Wide Receiver – Jaime Wilson, Western Michigan, Wide Receiver – Titus Davis, Central Michigan, Running Back – Beau Blankenship, Ohio, Running Back – Zurlon Tipton, Central Michigan, Placekicker – Matt Weller, Ohio

Second Team Defense

Outside Linebacker – Tyrone Clark, Northern Illinois, Outside Linebacker – Justin Cudworth, Eastern Michigan, Inside Linebacker – Travis Freeman, Ball State, Inside Linebacker – Luke Batton, Kent State, Down Lineman – Jonathon Newsome, Ball State, Down Lineman – Freddie Bishop, Western Michigan, Down Lineman – Steven Means, Buffalo, Down Lineman – Andy Mulumba, Eastern Michigan, Defensive Back – Jahleel Addae, Central Michigan, Defensive Back – Luke Wollet, Kent State, Defensive Back – Darren Thellen, UMass, Defensive Back – Justin Currie, Western Michigan, Punter – Brian Schmiedebusch, Bowling Green

Second Team Specialists

Kickoff Return Specialist – Bernard Reedy, Toledo, Punt Return Specialist – Jaime Wilson, Western Michigan

Third Team Offense

Quarterback – Zac Dysert, Miami, Center – Kevin Galeher, Western Michigan, Offensive Lineman – Greg Mancz, Toledo, Offensive Lineman – Dominic Flewellyn, Bowling Green, Offensive Lineman – Jordan Hansel, Ball State , Offensive Lineman – Cam Lowry, Ball State, Tight End – Alex Bayer, Bowling Green, Wide Receiver – Marquelo Suel, Akron, Wide Receiver – Andy Cruse, Miami, Wide Receiver – Cody Wilson, Central Michigan , Wide Receiver – Alonzo Russell, Toledo, Running Back – Jahwan Edwards, Ball State, Running Back – Trayion Durham, Kent State, Placekicker – Jeremiah Detmer, Toledo

Third Team Defense

Outside Linebacker – C.J. Malauulu, Kent State, Outside Linebacker – Alphonso Lewis, Ohio, Inside Linebacker – Dwayne Woods, Bowling Green, Inside Linebacker – Desmond Bozeman, Western Michigan, Down Lineman – Nate Ollie, Ball State, Down Lineman – Jake Dooley, Kent State, Down Lineman – Neal Huynh, Ohio, Down Lineman – Ted Ouellet, Bowling Green, Defensive Back – Cam Truss, Bowling Green, Defensive Back – Eric Patterson, Ball State, Defensive Back – Cheatham Norrils, Toledo, Defensive Back – Johnnie Simon, Western Michigan, Punter – Colter Johnson, UMass

Third Team Specialists

Kickoff Return Specialist – Jamill Smith, Ball State, Punt Return Specialist – Jamill Smith, Ball State

ECHL

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Reading 13 6 0 1 27 66 55

Elmira 9 7 1 0 19 49 42

Trenton 7 9 0 1 15 41 49

Wheeling 5 8 2 1 13 37 52

North Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Cincinnati 11 4 2 0 24 51 44

Toledo 11 7 0 1 23 59 48

Fort Wayne 9 7 0 1 19 48 54

Kalamazoo 9 9 0 0 18 57 52

Evansville 6 13 0 1 13 48 71

South Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Gwinnett 14 5 1 0 29 56 41

Greenville 12 7 1 0 25 64 62

Orlando 8 8 2 1 19 54 54

Florida 7 7 1 3 18 71 75

S. Carolina 8 12 0 2 18 59 65

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Mountain Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Alaska 13 5 0 0 26 60 50

Idaho 11 5 0 2 24 72 54

Colorado 8 7 1 2 19 80 66

Utah 6 8 1 1 14 50 71

Pacific Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Ontario 12 5 0 0 24 65 47

Stockton 11 4 1 0 23 68 48

San Francisco 8 10 0 2 18 59 79

Bakersfield 5 11 1 2 13 51 77

Las Vegas 5 7 0 2 12 35 44

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

WEDNESDAY

Wheeling 3, Trenton 2

Reading 6, Greenville 3

Fort Wayne 4, Gwinnett 3

Cincinnati 4, Evansville 1

Colorado at Idaho, 9:10

Orlando at Ontario, 10

Alaska at Stockton, 10

TODAY

San Francisco at Las Vegas, 10:05

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Women

MADONNA 72, LOURDES 45

MADONNA: McGrath 1-4-6, Herring 5-2-0-16, Lindsey 0-1-0-3, Porada 1-1-4-9, dean 2-1-5, Williams 5-2-12, Melcher 1-2-2-10, Mosby 2-3-7, Hinkson 1-0-2, Stempien 0-2-2. Totals: 18-6-18-72

LOURDES: Hampton 1-4-6, Orsini 0-2-2, Ali 1-3-5, Tilden 2-1-5-12, Scott 3-0-6, blackman 2-3-7, Slepko 0-1-0-3, Conner 1-0-2, Durr 1-0-2. Totals: 11-2-17-45.

National

Duquesne 78, Buffalo 52

Northwestern 67, Boston College 63

Florida St. 83, Iowa 69

Kentucky 92, Miami (Ohio) 53

North Carolina 57, Ohio St. 54

Bradley 67, N. Illinois 58

Butler 65, E. Michigan 59

Cincinnati 55, Morehead St. 45

Cleveland St. 68, VCU 57

Dayton 95, Wright St. 73

Detroit 97, W. Michigan 57

Duke 71, Michigan 54

Indiana 52, Clemson 49

Purdue 85, Georgia Tech 73

Temple 70, Bowling Green 56

Men

EAST

Iona 83, Niagara 72

Penn 65, Binghamton 54

Saint Joseph's 74, American U. 55

Temple 54, Buffalo 39

UMass 64, Siena 63

Wagner 48, Princeton 42, OT

West Virginia 94, VMI 69

SOUTH

Duquesne 73, Appalachian St. 72

E. Kentucky 84, Delaware St. 51

George Washington 54, James Madison 53

Longwood 88, Cent. Pennsylvania 75

Loyola (Md.) 67, Coppin St. 51

Marshall 70, Morehead St. 67

Miami 67, Michigan St. 59

Purdue 73, Clemson 61

Radford 73, Hampton 64

Richmond 86, William & Mary 78, 2OT

VCU 92, Stetson 56

MIDWEST

Boise St. 83, Creighton 70

Bradley 82, Cent. Michigan 65

Cent. Arkansas 75, E. Illinois 72

Cleveland St. 69, Ball St. 63

Kent St. 85, Youngstown St. 78, OT

Ohio 69, St. Bonaventure 64

Toledo 80, Texas A&M-CC 68

Virginia 60, Wisconsin 54

Weber St. 62, Dayton 61

Transactions

BASEBALL

American League

BALTIMORE ORIOLES – Designated 1B Joe Mahoney for assignment.

BOSTON RED SOX – Traded RHP Zach Stewart to Pittsburgh for a player to be named; RHP Sandy Rosario to Oakland for a player to be named or cash considerations; and 3B Danny Valencia to Baltimore for cash considerations. Named Greg Colbrunn hitting coach.

CLEVELAND INDIANS – Reinstated LHP Nick Hagadone. Designated LHP Rafael Perez for assignment.

KANSAS CITY ROYALS – Announced RHP Chris Volstad and C Brayan Pena refused outright assignment and elected free agency.

LOS ANGELES ANGELS – Agreed to terms with RHP Ryan Madson on a one-year contract.

NEW YORK YANKEES – Agreed to terms with LHP Andy Pettitte on a one-year contract. Designated C Eli Whiteside for assignment.

OAKLAND ATHLETICS – Agreed to terms with RHP Pat Neshek on a one-year contract. Designated OF Jermaine Mitchell for assignment.

SEATTLE MARINERS – Released OF Chone Figgins.

TEXAS RANGERS – Agreed to terms with INF Yangervis Solarte and RHP Collin Balester on minor league contracts.

National League

CHICAGO CUBS – Designated RHP Casey Coleman for assignment.

CINCINNATI REDS – Agreed to terms with RHP Jonathan Broxton on a three-year contract.

PITTSBURGH PIRATES – Traded RH Luis Rico and LHP Luis Santos to Kansas City for RHP Vin Mazzaro and 1B Clint Robinson. Designated INF Jamaico Navarro and INF Matt Hague for assignment. Named Ricky Bennett, Carlos Berroa, Ron Hopkins and John Kosciak professional scouts.

SAN DIEGO PADRES – Traded RHP Cory Burns to Texas for a player to be named or cash considerations. Agreed to terms with OF Travis Buck, RHP Daniel Stange, RHP Jason Ray and C Eddy Rodriguez on minor league contracts.

American Association

WICHITA WINGNUTS – Sold the contract of RHP James Hoyt to the Atlanta Braves.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

DENVER NUGGETS – Promoted Pete D'Alessandro to vice president of basketball operations and Mike Bratz to director of player personnel.

LOS ANGELES LAKERS – Assigned C Robert Sacre to Los Angeles (NBADL).

FOOTBALL

National Football League

NFL – Fined Detroit DT Ndamukong Suh $30,000 for kicking Houston QB Matt Schaub in the groin during Sunday's game.

BUFFALO BILLS – Signed DE Corbin Bryant to the practice squad.

CHICAGO BEARS – Signed LB Patrick Trahan from the practice squad and DE Aston Whiteside to the practice squad.

DALLAS COWBOYS – Released DL Tevita Finau from the practice squad. Signed WR Andre Holmes to the practice squad.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS – Placed DT Josh Chapman and DE Fili Moala on injured reserve. Signed DT Kellen Heard. Signed CB Delano Howell from Buffalo's practice squad.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS – Claimed DE Jason Babin off waivers from Philadelphia. Placed RB Jalen Parmele and CB William Middleton on injured reserve. Released WR Micheal Spurlock and CB Chris Harris. Signed WR Quan Cosby and DB Antwaun Molden. Signed WR Toney Clemons and RB Jordan Todman from the practice squad.

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS – Released LB Bryan Kehl.

MIAMI DOLPHINS – Released G Ryan Durand.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS – Signed RB James Develin from the practice squad and WR Jeremy Ebert to the practice squad.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS – Released G Scott Winnewisser. Signed G Ryan Lee to the practice squad.

NEW YORK JETS – Signed WR Mardy Gilyard. Signed WR Eddie McGee and OL Dennis Landolt to the practice squad.

OAKLAND RAIDERS – Signed LB Jerrell Harris to the practice squad.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS – Placed WR Kyle Williams and RB Kendall Hunter on injured reserve. Released DB Eddie Whitley from the practice squad. Signed WR Chad Hall to the practice squad.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS – Signed OL Derek Hardman. Released WR Diondre Borel from the practice squad. Signed LB Joe Holland to the practice squad.

TENNESSEE TITANS – Signed RB Lennon Creer to the practice squad.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS – Released LB Darryl Gamble from the practice squad.

Canadian Football League

MONTREAL ALOUETTES – Named Noel Thorpe defensive coordinator.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS – Reassigned G Allen York from Springfield (AHL) to Evansville (ECHL).

DETROIT RED WINGS – Reassigned D Max Nicastro from Grand Rapids (AHL) to Toledo (ECHL).

American Hockey League

BRIDGEPORT SOUND TIGERS – Agreed to terms with D Jordan Hill on a one-year contract.

LACROSSE

National Lacrosse League

WASHINGTON STEALTH – Signed D Kyle Sorensen and F Rhys Duch to one-year contracts.

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

COLUMBUS CREW – Exercised options on G Andy Gruenebaum, G Matt Lampson, D Eric Gehrig, D Josh Williams, M Bernardo Anor, M Dilly Duka, M Ethan Finlay, M Kevan George, F Justin Meram and F Aaron Schoenfeld. Declined options on G William Hesmer, D Rich Balchan, D Julius James, D Sebastian Miranda, M Chris Birchall, M Tony Tchani and F Tommy Heinemann.

D.C. UNITED – Announced the retirement of F Josh Wolff, who will remain with the club as an assistant coach.

TORONTO FC – Named Kevin Payne president.

COLLEGE

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE – Announced Louisville has been elected as a member.

CAPITAL – Named Bill Olin men's lacrosse coach.

CLEMSON – Suspended men's basketball F Milton Jennings one game.

LIMESTONE – Named Remington Steele women's assistant lacrosse coach.

LSU – Agreed to terms with football coach Les Miles on a seven-year contract.

GOLF

World Golf Ranking

Through November 28

1. Rory McIlroy 13.61

2. Luke Donald 9.28

3. Tiger Woods 8.89

4. Justin Rose 6.66

5. Adam Scott 6.50

6. Lee Westwood 6.39

7. Louis Oosthuizen 6.35

8. Jason Dufner 5.74

9. Webb Simpson 5.61

10. Brandt Snedeker 5.56

11. Bubba Watson 5.39

12. Ian Poulter 5.13

13. Phil Mickelson 5.13

14. Steve Stricker 4.98

15. Keegan Bradley 4.90

16. Nick Watney 4.86

17. Peter Hanson 4.81

18. Matt Kuchar 4.79

19. Dustin Johnson 4.73

20. Ernie Els 4.64

21. Sergio Garcia 4.58

22. Zach Johnson 4.57

23. Bo Van Pelt 4.38

24. Graeme McDowell 4.30

25. Hunter Mahan 4.10

26. Jim Furyk 3.90

27. Paul Lawrie 3.77

28. Charl Schwartzel 3.72

29. Francesco Molinari 3.59

30. Rickie Fowler 3.55

31. Carl Pettersson 3.48

32. Martin Kaymer 3.46

33. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 3.44

34. Branden Grace 3.26

35. Jason Day 3.25

36. Nicolas Colsaerts 3.22

37. Bill Haas 3.19

38. John Senden 3.04

39. Robert Garrigus 3.01

40. David Toms 3.00

41. Ryan Moore 2.97

42. Scott Piercy 2.88

43. Matteo Manassero 2.76

44. Thomas Bjorn 2.75

45. David Lynn 2.63

46. K.J. Choi 2.61

47. Jamie Donaldson 2.52

48. Hiroyuki Fujita 2.47

49. George Coetzee 2.34

50. Thorbjorn Olesen 2.32



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