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28 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - December 8, 1997

'NBA Standings

How the AP Top 25 Fared
The new Associated Press top 25 college footbiall I with results through Dec. 6. First
place votes in parentheses

USA Today/ESPN Poll
The new USA T ay /CNN coaches t op 25 college foot-
bail poll with results through Pec 6 Frst-place votes
in parentheses.

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

cule Sit~tgan Drntg4
"ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Atlantic Division
Team W
Miami 12
Orlando 13
New Jersey 11
New York 11
Washington 8
Boston 7
Philadelphia 4
'Central Dvsion
Team W
Atlanta 15
Cleveland 11
Indiana 10
Chicago 11
Charlotte 10
Milwaukee 10
Detroit 8
toronto 1

L
5
7
7
7
11
11
11
L
3
6
6
7
7
12
18

Pct.
.706
.650
.611
.611
.421
.389
.267
Pct.
.833
.647
.625
.611
.5$8
.556
.400
.053

Midwest Division
GB Team W
- Houston 11
0.5 Utah 11
1.5 San Antonio 10
1.5 Minnesota 8
5.0 Vancouver 7
5.5 Dallas 5
7.0 Denver 1

L
5
7
9
10
13
13
15
l
2
4
4
6
14
15
14

Pct.
.688
.611
.526
.444
.350
.278
.063
Pet.
.882
.789
.733
.647
.263
.167
.125

GB
1.0
2.5
4.0
6.0
7.0
10.0
GB
1.0
3.0
4.0
11.0
12.5
12.5

GB
3.5
4.0
4.0
4.5
5.0
8
14.5

Pacfic Division
Team W
L.A. Lakers 15
Seattle 15
Pheonix 11
Portland 11
Sacramento 5
LA Clippers 3
Golden State 2

Team
1 Michigan (8)9
2. Nebraska (1)
3. Tennessee
4. Florida State
5. fCILA
6. Flonda
7. North Carolina
8. Washington State
9. Ohio State
1O. Kasas State
11. Penn State
12. Georgia
13. Auburn
14. Syracuse
15. Louisiana State
16 Arizona State
17. Purdue
18. Colorado State
19. Missori
20. Texas A&M
21. Washington
22. So. Mississippi
23. Air Force
24. Oklahoma State
25. Michigan State

Record
110
12-0
11-4
10 -1
9-2
9-2
10-1
10-1
10-2
10-1
9-2
9-2
9-3
93
&-3
&-3
8-3
10-2
7.4
g3
74
8-3
10-2
8-3
7-4

Pt.
1,749
1.681
1,570
1,536
1,386
1,356
1,293
1,292
1,246
1,194
994
966
952
778
715
5783
510
471
460
304
277
216
184
140

Prev.
1
2
23
4
5
6
7
8
9
10?
12
13
11
15
16
17
20
19
14
21
22
23
24
25

How They fared
Idle
Beat Texas A&M, 54-15
Beat Auburn, 30-29
Idle
Idle
idle
Idle
(die
kdie
Idle
Idle i
tost to tennessee, 30-29
sdle
kIe
Beat New Mexico, 41-13
Idle
Lost to Nebrask, 54.15
Idle
Idle
Idle
Idle
Idle

Team
1. MichIgan (53.5)
2. Nebrasha 18.5)
3. Tennessee
4. Floida State
5, North Carolina
s, UCLA
7. Washington State
S. Floridla
9.f, Kansas State
10. Ohio State
11. Georgia
12. Penn State
13. Auburn
14. Syracuse
15. LSD
16. Pardue
17. Colorado State
18, Arizona State
19, Texas A&M
20. Missouri
21. Air Force
22. Southern Mississippi
23. Washington
24. Okahona State
25. Michigan State

Fec.
11.0
12.0
104
9-2
104 a
9-2
9-2
9-3
-3
1O-2
-3
9-3
794
&3
1-3
&-3
7.4
&3
74

Pts.
1.541.5
1A494.5
1,355
1 230
1192
1,.185
1,134
842
834
772
725
653
533
532
457
391
335
285
234
232
103

Pre.
1
2
5
6
13
12
11
17
18
19
14
20
21
23
22
24

Who: Bill Muckalt
Hometown: Williams Lake, B.C.
Previous team: Kelowna

Why: The senior right wing scored a hat trick and had one assist in
Michigan's 7-0 victory over Lake Superior on Friday.
Background: Leading active career scorer in college hockey (90-96-
186) ... Averaged 1.92 points per game in the playoffs the last two
seasons ... Finished second on Michigan in points and assists last sea-
son despite missing seven games with a broken arm ... the Vancouver
Canucks own his NHL rights (9th round in 1994 - 221 overall).

Sport: Hockey
Year: Senior
Eligibility: Senior

Muckalt

NHL Standings,

NCAA Division I Football Leaders

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

__ _
_._

Atlantic Division
Team W
New Jersey 19
Philadelphia 15
Washington 15
N.Y. Islanders 12
N.Y. Rangers 8
Florida 9
Tampa Bay 5

Central Division

Bowl Schedule

L
9
9
11
13
12
15
19

T
0
6
4
4
11
5
4
T
5
4
5
4
5
6

Pts.
38
36
34
28
27
23
14
Ps.
37
36
31
30
29
24

Team
Dallas
Detroit
St. Louis
Phoenix
Chicago
Toronto

W
20
18
18
13
10
9

Northeast Division
Team W L
Pittsburgh 16 10
Montreal 16 10
Boston 13 12
Ottawa 13 13
Carolina 12 14
Buffalo 9 13

Pacific Division
Team W
Colorado 16
Los Angeles 12
Anaheim 11
Edmonton 9
San Jose 10
Vancouver 9
Calgary 6

t
7
7
9
13
14
14
L
6
12
14
15
18
16
18

T
4
5
3
3
5
4
T
8
5
6
7
2
4
7

Pts.
44
41
39
29
25
22
Pts.
40
29
28
25
22
22
19

Bowl
Las Vegas
Aloha
Motor City
Heritage
Insight.com
Independence
Humanitarian
Carquest
Holiday
Alamo
Sun
Liberty
Fiesta
Outback
Gator
Citrus
Cotton
Rose
Sugar
Peach
Orange

Date
Dec. 20
Dec. 25
Dec. 26
Dec. 27
Dec. 27
Dec. 28
Dec. 29
Dec. 29
Dec. 29
Dec. 30
Dec. 31
Dec. 31
Dec. 31
Jan. 1
Jan. 1
Jan. 1
Jan. 1
tan. 2.
Jan. 1
Jan. 2
Jan. 2

Time
6 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
8 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
8 p.m.
8 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
8 p.m.
8 p.m.
2 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
7 p.m.
11 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
1 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
5 p.m.
8 p.m.
3 p.m.
8 p.m.

Location
Las Vegas
Honolulu
Pontiac
Atlanta
Tucson, Ariz.
Shreveport, La.
Boise
Miami
San Diego
San Antonio
El Paso, Texas
Memphis
Tempe, Ariz.
Tampa, Fla,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Orlando
Dallas
Pasadena, Callf.
New Orleans
Atlanta
Miami

Television
ESPN2
ABC
ESPN
ESP
ESPN
ESPJ
E
ESPN
ESP J
CBN
ESPN
CBS
ESPF
NBf
ABd
CBS
ABC
ABC
ESPN
CBS

Matchup
No. 23 Air Force vs. Oregon
No. 25 Michigan State vs. No. 21 Washington
Marshall vs. TBA
South Carolina State vs. Southern
Arizona vs. New Mexico
No. 15 Louisiana State vs. Notre Dame
Utah State vs. Cincinnati
Georgia Tech vs. West Virginia
No. 19 Missouri vs. No. 18 Colorado State
No. 24 Oklahoma State vs. No. 17 Purdue
No. 16 Arizona State vs. Iowa
Pittsburgh vs. No. 22 So. Mississippi
No. 10 Kansas State vs. No. 14 Syracuse
No. 12 Georgia vs. Wisconsin
No. 7 North Carolina vs. Virginia Tech
No. 11 Penn State vs. No. 6 Florida
No. 20 Texas A&M vs. No. 5 UCLA
No.1 MIchigan vs. No.8 Washington State
No. 4 Florida State vs. No. 9 Ohio State
Clemson vs. No. 13 Auburn
No. 2 Nebraska vs. No. 3 Tennessee

Passing Leades
Player Attempts
1. Cade McNown, UCLA 283
2. Ryan Leaf, Washington State 375
3. Joe Germaine, Ohio State 184
4. John Button, Nevada 367
5. Brock Huard, Washington 244
6. Mike Bobo, Georgia 306
7. Donovan McNabb, Syracuse 265
8. Graham Leigh, New Mexico 276
9. Moses Moreno. Colorado State 257

,NFL Standings

AFC
East
Team
Miami
New England
N.Y. Jets
$uffalo
Indianapolis
Central
Tham
E#ittsburgh
Jacksonville
Tennessee
Baltimore
Cincinnati
West
Team
Denver
Kansas City
Seattle
Oakland
$an Diego

NFC

W
9
9
8
6
2
W
10
9
7
5
5
W
11
11
6
4
4

L
5
5
6
8
12
L
4
5
7
8
9
L
3
3
8
10
10

STR
W2
W3
L2
Li
WI
STR
W2
L1
L1
W1
W1
STR
Li
W4
L4
L3
L6

East
Team
N.Y. Giants
Washington
Philadelphia
Dallas
Arizona
Central
Team
Green Bay
Tampa Bay
Minnesota
Detroit
Chicago
West
Team
San Francisco
Carolina
Atlanta
New Orleans
St. Louis

L
5
6
7
7
11
L
3
5
6
7
11
2
7
8
9
10

STR
W1
W1
L1
L2
l2
STR
W3
L1
L4
L1
W1
STR
W1
Li
W4
Lu
W2

Thursday's Result
Cincinnati 41, Tennessee 14
Yesterday's Results
CHICAGO 20, Buffalo 3
PITTSBURGH 35, Denver 24
Green Bay 17, TAMPA BAY 6
New England 26, JACKSONVILLE 20
NY Giants 31, PHILADELPHIA 21
,KANSAS CITY 30, Oakland 0
St. Louis 34, NEW ORLEANS 27
BALTIMORE 31, Seattle 24
-SAN FRANCISCO 28, Minnesota 17
Atlanta 14, SAN DIEGO 3
Indianapolis 22, NY JETS 14
Washington 38, ARIZONA 28
;MIAMI 33, Detroit 30

Next Saturday's Games
Washington at N.Y. Giants, 12:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh at New England. 4 p.m.
Next Sunday's Game
Philadelphia at Atlanta, 1 p.m.
Tampa Bay at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
Tennessee at Baltimore, 1 p.m.
Jacksonville at Buffalo, 1 p.m.
Dallas at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.
Miami at Indianapolis, 1 p.m.
Detroit at Minnesota, 1 p.m.
Green Bay at Carolina. 4 p.m.
Arizona at New Orleans. 4 p.m.
Kansas City at San Diego, 4 p.m.
Seattle at Oakland, 4 p.m.
Chicago at St. Louis, 8 p.m,
Next Monday's Game
Denver at San Francisco, 9 p.m.

AP Men's Poll
The new Associated Press top 25 men's cottege has-
ket bail poll with results through Nov. 30 FIrst-place
votes in parentheses.
Team Rec. Pts. Prey.
1. Duke (13) 5-0 733 4
2. North Carolina (7) 6-0 713 3
3. Kansas (10) 6-0 709 2
4. Arizona 41 629 1
5. Purdue 5.1 616 5
6. South Carolina 2 0 569 8
7. Kentucky 4-1 534 7
8. New Mexico 5-0 521 9
9. Xavier 3-0 508 10
10. Utah 5-0 450 14
11. Stanford 3-0 385 13
12. Iowa 3-0 370 16
13. Connecticut 5-1 351 11
14. Mississippi 3-0 282 18
15. UCLA 2-1 274 6
16. Clemson 3-2 260 12
17. Fresno State 3-1 215 15
18. Florida State 4-1 191 25
19. Temple 2-1 166 20
20, Princeton 4-0 1.36 22
21. Arkansas 4-0 130 -
22. Georgia 5-1 122 24
23. Georgia Tech . 4-0 118 -
24. Wake Forest 5-0 114 25
25. Louisvlle 2-1 109 19
AP Women's Poll
The new Associated Press top 25 womenrs college bas
ketball poll with results through Nov. 30. Firstfplace
votes in parentheses.
Team - Rec. PS, Prey.
1. Tennessee (4) &0 1,000 -1.
40 9d3- 2
3 Cronnectlcut 6-0 915 3
4. Louisiana Tech 31 896 4
5 Vanderblit 4-0 7Q 9 7
6. Illinois 31 765 8
7. North Carolina 4-1 89 9
$. Texas Tech 3-1 687 6
9, Virginia 5-0 636 10
< 1.0, Georgia 3.0 586 13
11. Arizona 1-0 543 12
1Z Nebraska 6-1 513 14
13. Florid' 4-2 506 5
14. Stanford 1-3 425 11
15, fluke 4.1 399 15
16. Colprado -- 3-0 397 16
17. Western Kentucky 61 389 22
18. Auburn 3-0 367 18
3.9, Wisconsin 4-0 316 23
-20. Arkansas 5-0 295 24
1. Alabama 3-2 171 17
-22. Tulane 2-1 141 21
.23. Stephen F. Austin 2-2 136 19
24, Washington 3-0 99 -
-:25. NorthC aroina State 660 72 -

NCAA Men's Basketball Results

East
Loyola (Md.) 88, St. Peter's 70
Maryland 85, Kansas 83
Massachusetts 61, Marshall 59
Miami 66. Georgetown 56
Princeton 73, Lafayette 48
St. Francis (Pa.) 76, Bucknell 73
St, Thomas Aquinas 74. Binghamton 54
Syracuse 70, Boston College 52
Temple 59, Wisconsin 49
Villanova 72. Seton Hall 57
West Virginia 86, St. John's 70
South
Arkansas 75. Missouri 46
Auburn 79, Florida A&M 69
Clemson 71, Furman 62
College of Charleston 56. The Citadel 44
Duke 103, Virginia 59
Florida State 74, Jacksonville 44
Georgia Tech 84, Delaware State 63
Houston 92, McNeese State 81
Mississippi state 67, Oklahoma 65
North Carolina-Charlotte 88, VMI 70
Oklahoma State 81. Washington 66
South Carolina 67, Chattanooga 55
South Florida 67, Ohio State 49
Southern Methodist 83, Kent 76
Texas Tech 106, SW Louisiana 97

Midwest
Bradley 76, Oakland (Mich.) 35
Cincinnati 85, Wright State 60
Dayton 81, Eastern Michigan 76
Detroit 77. Western Michigan 59
Evansville 96, Charleston Southern 67
Grinnell 141, Martin Luther 137
Illinois State 76, Drake 57
Kansas State 101, Coastal Carolina 72
Kentucky 75, Indiana 72
Miami (Ohio) 85, Va. Commonwealth 75
Michigan State 85, Cleveland State 54
Michigan Tech 83, Ashland 67
Northern Michigan 87, Wayne State 79
Northwestern 72, DePaul 59
SE Missouri 73. Austin Peay 61
St. Louis 57, Illinois 51
TCU 133, Morgan State 74
Valparaiso 85, Elmhurst 70
Xavier 93, Western Kentucky 60
West
Arizona 88, Texas 81
Arizona State 83, Portland State 66
Boise State 83, Brigham Young 67
Incarnate Word 99, Huston-Tilloston 79
No. Arizona 105, Texas-Pan Amer. 56
Stanford 76, Georgia 74
Utah 62, Wake Forest 53

10. Chad Pennington, Marshall
11. Aaron Brooks, Virginia
12. Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech
13. Thad Busby, Florida State
14. Peyton Manning, Tennesseet
15. Daunte Culpepper, Cent. Fla.
25. Bian Griese, Michigan
Rushing Leaders
Player
1. Ricky Williams. Texas
2. Ahman Green, Nebraska
3. Amos Zereoue, West Virginia
4. Tavian Banks. Iowea
5. Ron Dayne, Wisconsin
6. Travis Prentice, Miami (Ohio)
7. Dwayne Harris, Toledo
8. Kevin Faulk, LSU
9. Demond Parker, Oklahoma
10. Chris McCoy. Navy
11. Curtis Enis, Penn State
12. Fred Taylor. Florida
13. Robert Holcombe, Illinois
14. Jamal Lewis, Tennessee
15. Darren Davis, Iowa State
Receiving Leaders
Player
1. Eugene Baker, Kent
2. Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech
3. Troy Walters. Stanford
3. (tie) Geoff Noisy, Nevada
5. Randy Moss, Marshall
6. Siaha Burley, Central Florida
6. (tie) Antonio Wilson, Idaho
8. Bobby Shaw, California
9. Nakia Jenkins, Utah State
9. (tie) Craig Yeast, Kentucky
11. Desmond Clark, Wake Forest
12. Marcus Nash, Tennessee
13. Jerome Pathon, Washington
14. Tony Horne, Clemson
15. Miguel Montano, Louisville

428
270
477
390
477
381
277

Carries
279
278
264
246
249
296
254
205
194
246
228
214
294
232
212
Games
11
11
12
11
12
1
11
11
11
11
11
12
11
11
11

Completions '
173
210
119
225
146
199
145
166
157
253
164
293
235
287
238
177
Yards
1.893
1,877
1.505
1.639
1,421
1,549
1,278
1.144
1.143
1.370
1.363
1,292
1.253
1.364
1,005
Catches
103
102
86
86
90
77
77
75
73
73
72
76
69
68
67

Touchdowns
22
33
15
20
23
19
20
24
20
39
20
34
25
36
25
14
Average
6.8
6.8
5.7
6.7
5-7
5.2
5.0
5.6
5.9
5.6
6.0
6.0
4.3
5.9
4.7
Yards
1,549
1,707
1,206
1.184
1.647
1.106
910
1,093
1,086
873
950
1,170
2,45
897
875

Yards
2,877
3.637
1.674
3.526
2.140
2,751
2,488
2.318
2,257
3,480
2,282
3,881
3,317
3.819
3,086
2,842

Rating Points
168.6
161.2
160.4
156.7
156.4
155.8
154.0
153.6
153.5
151.9
151.0
149.1
147.7
147.7
146.9
138.2
Yards Per Game
172.09
156.42
154.54
149.00
142.10
140.82
127.80
127.11
127.00'
124.55
123.91
117.45
113.91
113.67
111.67

Catches Per Game
9.36
9.27
7.82
782
7.50
7.00
7.00
6.82
6.64
6.64
6.55
6.33
6.27
6.18
6.09

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All-Big Ten teams

NCAA Women's Basketball Results

Tonight's Game
Carolina at Dallas, 9 p.m.
HOME TEAM IN CAPS

East r
Boston College 64, West Virginia 45
Columbia 60, Long Island 58
Duke 99, Ohio University 59
Gwynedd Mercy 62, Misericordia 54
Massachusetts 70, Russell Sage 50
Niagara 83, Colgate 60
RPI 67, Hariwick 58 (OT)
Sacred Heart 63, Stony Brook 60
Staten Island 71, John Jay 24
Towson 75, Drexel 56
Western Maryland 81, York (Pa.) 69
Wellesley 39, Mount Holyoke 30
South
Alabama 94, Akron 53
Georgia Tech 84. Virginia 65
Liberty 96, Virginia Intermont 40
Loyola (La.) 82, Rhodes 77
Mars Hill 83, Pfeiffer 71
Miami 97. Providence 70
North Carolina 91, Furman 65
North Carolina State 70, St. Josephs 59
Rollins 81. Otterbein 48
South Alabama 68, Ala: Birmingham 62
South Carolina 88, S. Carolina State 65
Tennessee 78, Manhattan 28
Tulane 63, Fairfield 36
West Florid 87, Mobile 81

Midwest
Michigan 78, Floida A&M 51
Duke 64, Michigan 63
Bowling Green 91, Michigan State 73
Capital 84, Hiram College 25
Connecticut 78, Notre Dame 59
Evangel 86, Missouri Valley 66
Gannon 64, Northwood 53
Hanover 80, Olivet 61
Illinois 99. Marquette 86
Kansas 100, Coppin State 57
Marietta 73. Cazenovia 60
Miami (Ohio) 56, Wright State 50
Moorhead State 70. Minn-Crookston 42
Northern Michigan 82, Wayne 58
Rio Grande 96, Cedarville 90
SW Missouri State 79, Arkansas 67
Utah 68. Kansas State 57
Walsh 67, Tiffin 46
Wisconsin 77, Illinois State 69
West
Arizona State 60, New Mexico State 46
Baylor 94, Cal State-Fullerton 70
Colorado Mines 84. S. Colorado 77 (OT)
Idaho State 79, Air Force 58
Pepperdine 91, Southern Cal. College 58
Regis 72, Adams State 62
St. Martins 74, Western Baptist 52

Selected by media panel
Brian Griese, QB, Michigan
Tavian Banks, RB, Iowa
Curtis Enis, RB, Penn State
Zach Adami, C, Michigan
Phil Ostrowski, G, Penn State
Steve Hutchinson, G, Michigan
Flozell Adams, T, Michigan State
Eric Gohlstin, T, Ohio State
Jerame Tuman, TE, Michigan
Brian Alford, WR, Purdue
David Boston (tie), WR, Ohio State
Tim Dwight (tie), WR, Iowa
Brian Gowins, PK, Northwestern
Defense
Jared De Vries, DL, Iowa
Lamanzar Williams, DL, Minnesota
Glen Steele, DL, Michigan
Casey Dailey, DL, Northwestern
Andy Katzenmoyer. LB, Ohio State
Sam Sword, LB, Michigan
Barry Gardner, LB, Northwestern
Chafes Woodson, DB, Michigan
Antoine Winfield, DB, Ohio State
Marcus Ray, DB, Michigan
Damon Moore, DB, Ohio State
Brent Bartholomew, P, Ohio State
Awards
Offensive Player of the Year - Tavian Banks, Iowa
Defensive Player of the Year - Chales WeodsMon, Mich,
Freshman of the Year - Anthony Thomas, Michigan
Coach of the Year - Joe Tiller, Purdue

Selected by conference coaches
offense
Billy Dicken, QB, Purdue
Curtis Enis, RB, Penn State
Tavian Banks, RB, Iowa
Zach Adami, C, Michigan
Phil Ostrowski, G, Penn State
Mike Goff, G, Iowa
Jon Jansen, , Michigan
Flozell Adams, T, Michigan State
Jerame Tuman, TE, Michigan
Brian Alford, WR, Purdue
David Boston, WR, Ohio State
Matt Davenport, PK, Wisconsin
Defense
Jared De Vries, DL, towa
Lamanzar Williams, DL, Minnesota
Glen Steele, DL, Michigan
Casey Dailey (tie), DL, Northwestern
Adewale Ogunleye (tie), DL, Indiana
Andy Katzenmoyer, LB, Ohio State
ike Reese, LB, Michigan State
Barry Gardner, LB, Northwestern
Chades Woodson, DB, Michigan
Antoine Winfield, DB, Ohio State
Marcus Ray, DB, MichIgan
Andre Weathers, DS, Michigan
Brent Bartholomew, P, Ohio State
Awarda
Offensive Player of the Year - Curtis Enis. Penn State
Defensive Player of the Year - Charles Woodson, Mic.
Freshman of the Year - Anthony Thomas, Michigan
Offensive Lineman of the Year - Flozell Adams, Mich. St.
Defensive Lineman of the Year - Jared DeVries, Iowa

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