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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - September 30, 1996

SCOREBOARD

--Iational Football League Standings
American Football National Football
Conference Conference
East East
-Team W L T Team W L T
e. Indianapolis 4 0 0 1. Philadelphia 3 1 0
2. Miami 3 1 0 1. Washington 4 1 0
2. Buffalo 3 1 0 3. N.Y. Giants 2 3 0
New England 2 2 0 3. Arizona 2 3 0
: N.Y. Jets 0 5 0 5. Dallas 1 3 0

Associated Press Poll
The new AP top 25 College Football
Poll with results from the past week.
First-place votes in parentheses.

Team
1. Florida (57)
2. Florida State (8)
3. Ohio State (1)
4. Penn State
5. Arizona State (1)
6. Michigan
7. Nebraska
8. Miami
9. Tennessee

Central
Team
1. Pittsburgh
2. Houston
2. Baltimore
4. Jacksonville
5. Cincinnati
West
Team
1. Kansas City
1. San Diego
1. Denver
4. Oakland
4. Seattle

W
3
2
2
2
1
W
4
4
4
1

Central
Team
1. Minnesota
1. Green Bay
3. Detroit
4. Chicago
5. Tampa Bay
West
Team
1. Carolina
1. San Francisco
3. St. Louis
4. Atlanta
5. New Orleans.

W
4
4
3
2
0
W
3
3
*1
0
0

T
0
0
0
0
0
T
0
0
0
0
0

10. Colorado
11. Notre Dame
12. Virginia
13. Alabama
14. LSUI
15. North Carolina
16. Kansas State
17: Southern Cal
18. Washington
19. West Virginia
20. Auburn
21. Brigham Young
22. Northwestern
'"
23. Texas
24. Utah
25. Wyoming

Rec
4-0
3-0
3-0
5-0
4-0
4-0
241
4-0
2-1
3-1
3-1
4-0
4-0
3-0
3-1
2-1
5-0
3-1
4-1
2-2
4-1
5.0

P rev..
1
2
4
3
6
7
8
10
9
12
5
19
14
17
11
16
15
21
23
22
24
26
13

SEI&[
ATHLE TE OF THE WEEK
Who: Chris Howard Sport: Football
Eligibility: Junior Year: Junior
Hometown: River Ridge, La. High School: John Curtis
Why: The junior running back rushed for a career-high 109 yards en route to scoring four
touchdowns in Michigan's 38-9 victory over UCLA on Saturday. The four touchdowns were
the best single-game total since Derrick Alexander hit the end zone four times against
Minnesota in 1992.
Background: Rushed for 65 yards in last year's 34-17 win over Indiana. Rated No. 10 tail-
back prospect in the nation according to Prep Football Report coming out of high school. Howard
Born May 5, 1975. Enrolled in Division of Kinesiology.
COMMUNITY SERVICE
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Who: Chris Fox Sport: Hockey
Eligibility: Junior Year: Junior
Hometown: Grosse Pointe Farms High School: Grosse Pointe South
Why: Thursday, Fox joined his teammates on a visit to Mott Children's Hospital. Fox was part
of a group that toured the burn unit, the intensive care unit and parts of the seventh floor.
Background: The junior defenseman played in 19 games for the Wolverines last year regis-
tering six assists and 12 penalty minutes. Born Aug. 29, 1976. Enrolled in the College of Fox
Literature, Science and the Arts.

Week 5 Scores
bHome team in CAPS
PITTSBURGH 30, Houston16
BALTIMORE 17, New Orleans 10
CHICAGO 19, Oakland 17
Denver 14, CINCINNATI 10
Detroit- 27, TAMPA BAY 0
JACKSONVILLE 24, Carolina 14
N.Y. GIANTS 15 Minnesota 10
SAN DIEGO 22, Kansas City 19
GreenBay 31, SEATTLE 10
.ARIZONA 31, St. Louis 28 (OT)
SAN FRANCISCO 39, Atlanta 17
WASHINGTON 31, N.Y. Jets 16
Tonight's game
Dallas at Philadelphia, 9 p.m.
Oye week: Buffalo, Indianapolis,,
Miami, New England.

Week 6 Schedule
Sunday, Oct. 6
Atlanta at Detroit, 1 p.m.
Carolina at Minnesota 1 p.m.
Green Bay at Chicago 1 p.m.
New England at Baltimore 1 p.m.
Oakland at N.Y. Jets 1 p.m.
Seattle at Miami 1 p.m.
Indianapolis at Buffalo 4 p.m.
Jacksonville at New Orleans 4 p.m.
San Diego at Denver 4 p.m.
San Francisco at St. Louis 4 p.m.
Houston at Cincinnati 8 p.m.
Monday October 7
Pittsburgh at Kansas City 9 p.m.
Bye week: Arizona, Dallas, N.Y.
Giants, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay,
Washington

Major League Baseball Standings

USA Today/CNN Poll
The new USA Today/CNN Coaches
Top 25 college football poll, with
first-place votes in parentheses.
Team Rec. Prev.
1. Florida (48) 4-0 1
2. Florida State (9) 3-0 2
3. Ohio State (5) 3-0 4
4. Penn State 5-0 3
5. Michigan 4-0 6
6. Nebraska 21 7
7, Arizona State 4-0 12
8. Miami (Fla.) 4-0 9
9. Tennessee 2-1 '8
10. Alabama 4= 0 10
11. Virginia 4-0 17
12. Kansas State 40 13
13. Colorado 31 15
14. Notre Dame 3-1 5
15. Louisiana St. 3-0 19
16. So. California 3-1 18
17. North Carolina 3-1 11
18. Washington 2-1 21
19. West Virginia 5-0 23
20. Auburn 3-1 22
21. Brigham Young 4-1 24
22. Virginia Tech 3-1 16
23. Texas 2-2 14
24. Utah 4-1 NR
25. Wyoming 5-0 NR

American League

National League

East
Team
New York
Baltimore
Bostonv
Toronto
Detroit

W
92
88
85
74
53

Central
Team W
Cleveland 99
Chicago 85
Milwaukee 80
Minnesota 78
Kansas City 75

L
70
74
77
88
109
L
62
77
82
84
86
L
72
76
84
91

Pct.
.568
.543
.525
.457
.327
Pct.
.615
.525
.494
.481
.466
Pct.
.556
.528
.481
.4354

GB
4
7
18
39
GB
14.5
19.5
21.5
24
GB
4.5
12
19.5

East
Team W
Atlanta 96
Montreal 88
Florida 80
New York 71
Philadelphia 67

NCAA Football
Results
Home team in CAPS
East
BOSTON COLLEGE 43, Navy 38
Columbia 17, FORDHAM 10
Harvard 30, BUCKNELL 7
PENNSYLVANIA 38, Colgate 7
Army 27, NORTH TEXAS 10
LAFAYETTE 30, Cornell 19
SYRACUSE 52, Virginia Tech 21
WEST VIRGINIA 13, Maryland 0
SLIPPERY ROCK 24, EAST
STROUDSBERG STATE 10
South
CLEMSON 21, Wake Forest 10

MIAMI (Fla.) 45, Pittsburgh 0
Mississippi State 14, SOUTH
CAROLINA 10'
Johnson C. Smith 38, SOUTH
CAROLINA STATE 20
Tulsa 31, OKLAHOMA 24
FLORIDA 65, Kentucky 0
FLORIDA ST 13, North Carolina 0
VIRGINIA 37, Texas 13
FLORIDA A&M 21, Howard 20
TEXAS TECH 58, Utah St 20
LSU 63, New Mexico State 7
Midwest
MICHIGAN 38, UCLA 9
PURDUE 42, North Carolina State 21
Northwestern 35, INDIANA 17
NEBRASKA 65, Coloroda State 9
MICHIGAN STATE 47, Eastern
Michigan 0
IOWA STATE 45, Missouri 31

Ohio State 29, NOTRE DAME 16
Southern Illinois 38, ILLINOIS
STATE 35
Penn State 23, WISCONSIN 20
BOWLING GREEN 31, Central
Michigan 27
AKRON 27, Western Michigan 7
CINCINNATI 30, Miami (Ohio) 23
West
AIR FORCE 45, Rice 17
BYU 31, SMU 3
CALIFORNIA 48, Oregon St 42
Colorodo 24, TEXAS A&M 10
NEVADA 63, Kent 42
Wyoming 33, NEVADA-LAS VEGAS 21
WASHINGTON STATE 52, San Jose
State 16
ARIZONA ST. 48, Oregon State 27
UTAH 45, Kansas 42

Central
Team
St. Louis
Houston
Cincinnati
Chicago
Pittsburgh

W
88
82
81
76
73

L
66
74
82
91
95
L
74
80
81
86
89
L
71
72
79
94

0

Pct.
.593
.543
.494
.438
.414
Pct.
.543
.506
.500
.469
.451
Pct.
.562
.556
.512
.420

GB
8
16
25
29
GB
6
7
12
15
GB
1
8
23

Division I College Football Leaders

West
Team
Texas
Seattle
Oakland
California

W
90
85
78
70

West
Team W
San Diego 91
Los Angeles 90
Colorado 83
San Fran. 68

pivision winners in bold
.vYesterday's games
Home team in CAPS
--BOSTON 6, New York 5
-TORONTO 4, Baltimore 1
=e- ;Milwaukee 7, DETROIT 5 (10 inn.)
MINNESOTA 5, Chicago 4 (10 inn.)
KANSAS CITY 4, Cleveland 1
TEXAS 4, California 3
OAKLAND 3, Seattle 1

Division winners in bold
Yesterday's games
Home team in CAPS
MONTREAL 6, Atlanta 3
Philadelphia 9, NEW YORK 5
Cincinnati 6, ST. LOUIS 3
Pittsburgh 8, CHICAGO 3
HOUSTON 5, Florida 4
COLORADO 12, San Francisco 3
San Diego 2, LOS ANGELES0 (11

inn.)

YOST
Continued from Page 1B
On the ice, fans will not see the array
of logos which covered the ice last year.
The scheme containing the CCHA
logo, block 'M's, and the Yost Ice Arena
imprint has been eliminated in favor of
a more conservative approach.
The new ice will feature a national
championship trademark at center-ice,
listing the seasons of Michigan's eight
titles and commemorating the school's
75 years of hockey.
"(The multiple logos) got to be a little
much, so this year, we're trying to be a
little classy," Yost manager Doug
Daugherty said. "We decided it's time to
do something special."
That special philosophy begins with
Michigan's fans. In an effort to eliminate
obstructed view seating, the Michigan
athletic department ripped out nearly
900 seats from the corners, reducing the
arena's capacity but creating a better
view for season-ticket holders.
All of the seats in the north end of
the arena were replaced. The rest of
the seats will be replaced in the
upcoming years.
Not all of the renovations in Yost will
be visible to the general public, how6v-
er. The plumbing and bathrooms were
replaced, as well as the electrical facili-
ties. The changes were neccessary to
modernize the 72-year-old arena for the
players and fans.
Yost was converted, from a field
house to a hockey arena in 1973, and at

that time, the team's facilities were suit-
able. With Michigan's current national
recruiting base, however, Yost needed
improvements to remain competitive
while drawing athletes.
When a recruit steps into the renovat-
ed Yost, he will see a new weight room,
athletic trainer's room and lockerrooms.
"The players that were here (last sea-
son) will appreciate the changes (in the
building)," Michigan coach Red
Berenson said. "(The upgraded facili-
ties) say Michigan is not just a good
team, but a solid program."
Berenson said the renovations have
been talked about for the past 10 years.
His office, as well as those of his
assistants, will move from its present
location in Weidenbach Hall to Yost.
Some of the funds for the arena reno-
vation were slowly gathered through a
$2 ticket surcharge last season, but most
came through private donations.
"Most of the money was raised
through private fund raising - (a pro-
ject) which will keep going throughout
the year," Daugherty said.
While Michigan will begin skating at
Yost today, the Wolverines will play
their first two home games at the Ann
Arbor Ice Cube, which is located just
south of the I-94 expressway. The team's
annual intra-squad scrimmage, the
Blue-White game, will be played Oct. 5.
Michigan will spend the early portion
of its schedule on the road to ensure that
Yost is ready for game action. The first
home game for Michigan is against
Ohio State on Nov. 8.

Rushing
Player, School
Davis, Iowa State
Hanspard, Texas Tech
Henley, Kansas
McGee Mississippi State
Harley, East Carolina
Thompson, Oklahoma State
Parker, Oklahoma
Smith, Indiana
Autry, Northwestern
Staley South Carolina
McCoy, Navy
Passing
Player, School
Sarkisian, Brigham Young
Blanton, San Diego State
Wuerffel, Florida
Clement, Miami (Fla;)
Leaf, Washington State
Darnell, Central Michigan
Huard, Washington
Fouts, Utah
Wallwork, Wyoming
Barnes, California
Receptions Per Game
Player, School
Wilkins, Nevada
Harris, Wyoming
Cleveland, Central Florida
Connell, Texas A&M
Saraf, Wyoming
Stokley, SW Louisiana
Griffin, Idaho
Noisy, Nevada
Jenkins, Utah State
Knox, Western Michigan
Allen, Central Michigan

Att.
149
109
100
73
106
122
45
99
100
104
82

Yds.
917
825
604
481
638
621
430
466
573
569
424

Avg.
6.2
7.6
6.0
6.6
6.0
5.1
9.6
4.7
5.7
5.5
5.2

Att.
159
96
97
94
112
155
46
151
204
124

Comp.
112
59
62
64
64
90
27
97
132
74

Yds.
1708
1002
925
819
1016
1543
463
1341
1917
1078

TD
14
11
10
9
13
15
4.
12
13
11

Points
183.4
182.8
176.0
170.7
168.1
165.9
163.2
162.4
161.7
153.9

YPG
229.25
206.25
201.33
160.33
159.50
155.25
143.33
155.25
143.25
142.25
141.33

Divisional playoff schedule

American League
Texas vs. New York
1. Tues., at New York, 8 p.m. (NBC)
2. Wed., at New York, 8 p.m. (Fox)
'3. Fri., at Texas, 8 p.m. (NBC)
4. Sat., at Texas, 1 p.m (ESPN)*
5. Sun., at Texas, 1 p.m. (ESPN)*
Cleveland vs. Baltimore
1. Tues., at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (ESPN)
2. Wed., at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (ESPN)
3. Fri., at Cleveland, 4 p.m. (ESPN)
4. Sat., at Cleveland 1 p.m. (ESPN)*
5. Sun., at Cleveland 7:30 p.m. (Fox)*
All series are best 3-out-of-5

National League
San Diego vs. St. Louis
1. Tues., at St. Louis, 4 p.m.(ESPN)
2. Wed., at St. Louis, 4 p.m. (ESPN)
3. Fri., at SD, 7:30 p.m. (NBC)
4. Sat., at SD, 11 p.m. (ESPN)*
5. Sun., at SD, 4 p.m. (ESPN)*
Atlanta vs. Los Angeles
1. Wed., at LA, 4 p.m. (ESPN)
2. Thurs., at LA, 8 p.m. (Fox)
3. Fri., at Atlanta, 4 p.m. (Fox)
4. Sat., at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (ESPN)*
5. Sun. at Atlanta, 7 p.m. (Fox)*
* - if necessary

GP
4
5
5
4
4
4
3
5
5
4
5

Rec.
44
49
45
36
32
32
24
36
35
28
34

Yds.
444
716
590
458
477
456
310
565
534
257
679

RPG
11.00
9.8
9.00
9.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
7.20
7.00
7.00
6.80

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