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I4FL Standings
NFC
NFC East
Team 61 L T STR
Philadelpthia 1 1 0 Wi
Arizona 1 1 0 Wi
NY'iants 1 1 0 Li
Washingtn 1 i1i 0 Li
iallas i i 0 Li
NFC Central
Team 61 L. T STR
Minnesota 2 0 0 W2
Tapa Bay 2 8 8 W2
Detroit i 1 0 Li
Gree Ba i i 1 0 Li
Ciago a 2 0 L2
NFC Ws
Team 61 L TI'SIR
Caolina i i a Wi
Sen Francisco i i a Wi
St. LoiN 1 i 0A Li
A~antap a 2 0 1L2
New Orleanes 0 2 A0 13
Yesterday's Scores
Buffalo 28, N.Y. JETS 22
Caoina 9, ATLANTA 6
BALTIMORE 23, Cincinnatei10
MIAMI 1iTenesee i3 (OT)
Mnnesta 27, CHICAO 24
New Engad 31, INDIANAPLI
Sen Deo 20,NEW ORLE.ANS 6
Seth fneoscooiS, S. LOUIS 12
Tlampa ay 24. DETROIT 57
PITTSBARGH i4, Washington 13
Aenvser351EATLE14
PeR.ADELPIA 10, Gred RayN
JCKSONVILLE40 N.Y. Giants 13
ARIZONA 2ff. Dallas 22
Today's Game
'KansasCityat Oakland.ff9ip.

AFC
APC East
Team W L T 511
Miami 2 0 0 612
New England 2 0 0 612
Butalo 1 1 0 Wi
N.Y. Jets 1 1 0 Li
Indianapolis 0 2 0 L2
APC Central
Team W1 L. T STR
Jacksonvile 2 0 0 W2
Balimore 1 1 0 Wi
Pittsburgh i 1 8 611
Cincinnati i 1 0 Li
Tnnssee 1 1 0 L
APE Wet
Tewoe W L T STR
enr 2 60 61 2
San Diegs 1 1 0 Wi
Klansan City 0 i 0 Li
Oakland A 1 0 Li
Seattle 0 2 0 L
Next Week's Games
Buffalo06atIKansas City. 1pm.
Aznanat Washington. 1 .
Manr at GrennBay, S pet,
Oaklandtat Alanta. 1 p.m.
Beltimr eat KLY. Giants. 1 p.m.
Detroit at Chicago,1 Amt
Tmeeayaat Minesota. i p.
Seattle at Iianapolis,.4Apes
St. Luis at Dteiner,4 pm.
New Olns at SaneFrancisco, 4 pm.
Caolina at San tDiego 4 pm.
P.Y. Jets at New Egland,A8p.m.
Monday's Game
Philadelphiaatallas 9p.mt.
Honme team n CAPS

College Football Results
East Nore lame 17. ieorgianTech ff3 Texas 48, Rutgers i4
Yee e8, stoe Callege 2iAowlnglGreene2YMiami hio)2i fflaoma 3, Sraus146
Delaae 27, Ne mpsire21 Wyomingi56,lIowa Stae 10 Luisan State 55, TexasEIPaso 3
West Virginia 24, East Calina 17 Forida02, Central Miigfan A Anr ante 4i, Rice 12
Marshall35, Atm 25 Ohio 21, Maeyland 14 Oklahntma Sate 31,161Lousana 7
Alastea 24, Boston Uniersity i4 Yongstinn Staten44, Reel 23 Tulane 3i, Cincinnati i7
1414ffm 23, Laayette 0 Missouri 4, Eastern Michigan 24 FlordanState 4 SC7
WilamA& Mary 29, GegiaSoten2 Kansas Satn4T.Nnrtthen Illinois 7 Bayo 37, FresnaStaten35
Midwest South West
Michigan Sate 42, Westeen Michigan 1O Mississippi State 35, Kentucky 27 Haai 3,Ca:State Nothridge 2i
Ioaa6, orthfern IoaO 61ffid 23. VMI 13 Coloado 3i, Clorada State 2i
Wisconsin 28. Aise Sae 24 ClemYson 23,4Apaachan State 12 Utah 27, Loislle 2i
S.Mississippi 24, Illinois 7 Alcenane 4, & aln 20 Washignon 42, Brigeam Young 20
Wake Forent 27, Northwestern 20 Tnnessnt 30. UCLA 24 Clifornia 3ff,Ho atn 3
Nntth Carolina 23, IndianaA6 TexsnA&M 58, aloutan Stale A Stanford 28, San Js State 12
Pent State34 Pittsbungh 17 Floit 82, Central Micffigan 6 Oegan Sann 33, N Texas 7
Toledo 36, Pudue 22 Atkansas 28, N.E. Lousiata 14 Wyoring f56, IlaaSIate i0
Ball Statn 24, Jantes Madison 6 N. Catalina Stane 4ff, luke 14 Nevada 3i, Nevadla-Las Vegas 14
Kansas 17, Texas Chreistat 10 Memphis 28, Ala.-Bimingham 7Ne Mexico Al.Ne Mexica ltate 24
Misasissippi23,SoutnemMnthodist154
Major League Baseball Standings
American league National league Yesterday's Scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Est East BOSTONi1, Milwaukee 2
Tase 61 L Pct. Gn Team 61 L.Pct. SB Atahimf5,iDETROIT 4(15)
Baltrmoie 88 ff2 .620 - Alanta 889 ff4 .422 - TORONTO 4, Texas 0
N.Y. Yankees 80 61 .567 8.5 Florida 83 ff0 .504 5 N.Y. YANKEES 10, Baltinore 3
Boston 69 74 .483 20.ff N.Y. Mets 77 44 .546 11 Oakland 9, KANSAS CITY 4
Toronto 88 74 .478 21. Montreal 71 71 .50 17.5 MINNESOTA 9, Seattle4
Detoit 88 74 .479 2i Philadelpha 56 A3 .403 31 CLEVELAND 5, Chicago 2
C1" Central CnetNATIONAL LEAGUE
Team 61 L Pet. SB Team W 1L Pot. GB Philadlpia 2.MONTREALi1
Cleveland 75 43 .543 - HAAston 72 71 .503 - CINCINNATI 6. Pittsburgh 3
Milwaukee 71 70 .504 4.5 Pittsburgh 70 74 .484 2.5 N.Y. Mets 9, CHICAGO 2
Chicago 69 73 .484 A St. Louis 88 77 .442 4 COLORADO 7,1St. Loui 4
Minnesona 58 NT .411 1.5 Cincinnti 44 77 .454 7 LOSuANGELESY9, Floida
Klansas City 57 83 .407 i9 Chicago Cubs ff848 .413 13 Atlanta 4.54ff DIEGO 0
SAN FRANCISCO 5, Houston 1
West West
Tem 61 L Pet. 55 Team 61 L Pt AR Hometeams inCAPS
Seatnle 7Y 44 .552 - Los Angeles 81 62 .566 -
Anakeim 75 68 .524 4 San Francisco 78 44 .552 2
Texas 67 76 .489 12 Coloado 73 71 .507 8.5
Oakland 57 86 .399 22 San lingo 67 77 .465 14.5

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Whoe: Karen Cha8 Spert: Yolleyball
Moetetown: Orioda, Calif. Year Junio
Highe School: Miramonte High SchoIl Eiigthlllty: Junio
Why: Theosuior outside hitter led Miihigan o101618victores Saturday at
the All Sport Volleyball Challenge with a.391 hitting percentage and
32 kills. Chase wan name to th alltournament team along with team-
mate Linmea Mendoza. The Wolverines Rotd a 2-1 record, sweeping
Eastern Michigananafd Mortana behinfd the efftiff of Chase.
Backouond: Academic AUl-Big Ten sel1ctiAn last year ... Michigan's
most improved player award ... Led Wolverines with 397 hills..
1895 U-M Athletic Academic Achievement ... Born April 25, 1877 ... Chase
Entolled it the College of Literature, Science and Arts.

ITrasactions
Yesterday
College
Gadne-Wbb- Nae Damon Stephnson mn'sasisant8 basketball ceach.
Basehall
Cleueland Indians - Recalled Bartolo Colonharm Buffalo ofthe American Asociation
(AAA).
Houston Astos - Recalled pitchers Manuel BarisandOscariHeniquez,ocatcher
Randy Knorr and outfielde Jamns Moutoefrm New Oleans ofthe
Ameeican Association (AAA).
Kansas City Ryals -Activated infielder ose Ofemanhom the 1ff-day disailed list.
Los Angeles Dodgees -uActivatedtfl~erneTodd Holandsorthhfomte 1S.4lay dis
ailed list.
Nnw Yrk Yankes - RealedcatchertMike Finefrom Columbusnof the Intentional
League I(AA).
PiAthall
Miami 1olphins - Sgne quarterback DmnlHuadhfrmtheraoticesquad;naived
linebacker Mike Crawford.
Tenets
Unite States Tnnis Assoiatin-Annosnced i reached a multearagreement with
CBS 5posa o etendathe network'sbreadcast rights tothe U.S Open
Championshlips through 2004.
Priday
College
Nloihwnstrn -NameddJnrnfer0asssamnwmensaketblloach,
Cbil I- Nae JeffOTamboni aslsstant meneslacrosseecoach.
Aoth Alabama-UAnnouncedforward Rok Sanwe il transerlo he Universt of
" Hartfoed.
S;Betey -Name lawna MaMillan head softballtoach.
4 Basehal
jAmerilcan Lague - Sspended Kansas City Roas mufiederJhn Damonlforlthree
games, etfecttve immediatey .1r changigthe moundandinitng a
ino learng incident in an Aag. 3Ogamn aganst the St. Luis
Caedinals.
National League- Suseded St. Lus Cardinals ptchoe Mark Pntkovsek lortner
games, eatecriue inmmediatey for inttantionall throwingat aid hitig a
baater, inciting a benkleerig Incident inran Aug. 30 game against the
eansas Ciny Roalt.
Floria Malins - Recalled picher RoStanaferhfrmChalte ofthelIntnatioanl
League (AAA).
Kansas City Royals -- Punchased the contrnof acEer Andy Stearti from Omahaeof
thea AeicanuAssoiatonl(AAA).
Minesota Tins -Trade dcatchermGreg Mersltolte AtlantatWanes fora playerlto
be named recalledocatcherir aleelentin from Now Bitansfthe
fEastemn Laguer(Au).
Sa-ogo Padres -Recalled pitcher Heath May rmnmos Vega oflthe Pacific
tCoast League (AAA).
Seattle Mainers - Recalle iaOWlderolma Gutnaaharm Memophis ofthe sothemn
League 1A41.
Baskethall
Miwaukee Bucs - Nae lck eseassantoach.
0rlnd Magic - Sind foard CharlesB*So* Oulaw,nwhohadbeennih the Los
Angeles Clippers. andJeson Lessor, ther secondassand drelt pick.
Sacramento Kings - Waed guadGary Grant anrdgenter Mat ik.
Footbal
RNatial Football Lague - FineTampa Ray BuccaeeeskliebackeiHardy Nickeeson
$5,00 for his hit on San Francsolequarterback Jef tohmon August 31
-Htokey
Dallas Stas- Sfigned right winrg Graet Mrekehaneanto-earnrcto.
Rlorida Panthes - Sgne free aentl0 wingEsa Tlkkanen,ewhohad beemlnlt he
' Nea York Ranges, ta eaconract with renewable optilas:
resigne goaltendee Meek Fitzatricktoa on-r contttact.
Los Ageles Kings - Sgned goaltendr Frederic Chabot to atwo-year contract.
Phoenix Cootes -Siged hoee agent deensemaa Brad Tile toa one-yeartcontract.
San Joae Saks -Named Cap Rander professional scout.

AP Poll
Theanewtopr 250ooball pollwithtresultsthrough
Septemenree. FKrst-placeuvolas inparheses.
Team Ron. Pts. Prev.
1. Penn Staten(22) 1-0 1.420 1
2. Flrida (15) 20 1,590 2
3. Washington 1141 1-0 1,500 4
4. Tennessee (6) 2-0 1.510 3
5. RloridaState (4) 1-A 1,442 5
A. Nehaskal(4) 1-A 1,43 6
7. North Caroial(2) i-A 1,342 7
& Colorado 131 1-0 1,331 8
4. Ohio Irate 1-0 1.144 9
10. LusianalState 1-0 1,127 10
11.Texas i-A 1,054 12
12. Natre lame 1-0 411 11
13. Miami (Fa.) 1-0 904 13
14. ichigan 00 838 14
15. Alaa 1- 812 15
14. Auburn 1-0 lt88 1A
17. Stanford 1-0 57 17
l8.Ioa 1-0 127 20
10. Clemson 1-0 42 10
20. Kansas State 1-0 377 21
21. Michigan Irate 1-0 305 25
22. irginaTech 1-0 213 -
23. SuthernsCalilarnia 0-1 102 23
24. Atizona State 1-0 150 -
21. ColoradoItate 1.1 127 24
>? Schedule
Today
No events scheduled
Tuesday
No events scheduled
Wednesday
No events scheduled
Thursday
Noents scheduled
Friday
Vellyhll at. CenrralFRonido atTirger lIniatronal,
Baton Rouge, 5 p.m.
Soccerovs. Butler, Michigan Soccer Fiel, 4 p.m.
PleallHckey vs. Kent State. OckerFidld, 3 p.m.
Saturday
FsothMIlus. Coloadoa. Michigan Stadium, soon
Va~e at . Conneticut at Tiger Invitatioral, Satan
Rouge, 11 a-rn.
61leyha~Uvs Louisiana Sate at Tiger Inditationa,
Baton Rouge, 7 p.m.
Wmeen'st ontey atayhawnvritational.
Ments rss ctr~yatJahanklInvitatronal,
Sunday
Seearvs. Eastern Michigan, Micigan Soccer Field,
2 p.m.
FIWeHoetyuvs. 61W. Missouri.,Oker Field, noon
Mee'ssolat Relia Star nvitoalional, Minneapolis, all
Wenmens Golflat Wolveine Invitational, University oa
Michigan GollCoorse, all day
The Michigan
football team hits
the field Saturday.
Read all about the
game in
SportsMonday.

US od ayESPN Poll
Th ewU0ATda/CNN coaches top 2nfobablsol
eith resusthrogh Septebee. rs-pacerots i
paeteshes.
Team Rc. Pt. Pee.
1. Rlorida 251 2-0 1,4371
2. Pen fStae12 1-0 1431 2
3. Washigon 131 10 1403 4
4. Tennesse(5) 2-0 1,348 3
5. Nraska (2 10 1.27ff 6
. Rlorida Sate 31 1-0 1.254 -
7. Colrado 1) 1-0 1,10 7
. Norh Carolina (1) 1-0 1102 8
9. Ohio Iate 1-0 1,070 9
10. Teas 1-0 51 10
11. Loisiana Iate 1-0 54 11
12. Miami Fla) 1-A0820 12
13. Mesgan 00 72 14
i4. Alaama 1-i 744 1ff
15. Norm lame 1-0 87 13
16.Auu rs .1-0 521 10
17 loaa 1-0 ff14 19
18. Starterd 10 44 17
19.ireginia Tech_ 1-0 32 25
20. Kansas Sate 1-0 341 23
21. Clmson 1-A 304 2
22. Sothern Califoria 0-i 17A 21
23. Mihigan Same 1-0 10 -
24. West Virginia 2-0 131 -
25. NC Stae 2-0 124 -
Club Sports
To get yout club sorts' result in h aly
call 647.3336 Aefre 3 pm oa Sudy
Women's Rugby
Michigan dfnt ed Michigan State Satury 750
Malums
hook up for
B Uffalo's
winn ing.
touchdown
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -
The Buffalo Bills, coming off a lss at
home in their opener, beat the Jets 28-
22 yesterday, their fifth sraight win on
New Yorks field and the 17th in the last
20 meetings.Col
In a game of big plsys, ToddCols
made the most with three touchdown
paffses, looking as effective as Jim
Kelly, the moan he has replaced at quar-
terback for Buffalo. And the Bill'
defense, led by Bryce Paup, had eight
sack.
Steve Tasker's 47-yard punt return,
the longest of the 13-year veteans
cureer, set up Collinsr 37-yard TD pass
to Quinn Early for a 21-13 Bills lead in
the third quarter.
Aaron Glenn fielded the ensuing
kickoff, sped to the right sideline, broke
through a cluster and went 6 yards for
a touchdown. Adrisn Murrell was
stopped on a run for the 2-point conver-
sion.
Former Michigan tight end Jay
Riemersms caught the game-winning
touchdown pass from Collins with 8:02
left in the gsme.
twaRimrmsscnreeton the season. Each of his catches have
been for Buffalo touchdowns.

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