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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - September 29, 1997

NFL Standings

NFC

Home tems in CAPS
AFC

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

W
3
3
2
1
1
W
5
3
3
3
0
W
3
2
2
2.
0

STR
W2
W2
W1
L2
L2
STR
W5
W1
L1
wi
L5
STR
W3
Ll
L1
L1
L5

AFC East
Team
New England
N.Y. Jets
Miami
Buffalo
Indianapolis
AFC Central
Team
Jacksonville
Baltimore
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Tennessee
AFC Wet
Team
Denver
Kansas City
Oakland
San Diego
Seattle

W
4
3
2
2
0
W
3
3
2
1
1
W
5
4
2
2
2

W4
W2
L2
wi
L4
STR
L1
L1
Wi
L3
L3
STR
W5
W4
W1
W1
1

Club Sports
To get your club Sports results in the Daily, call
647-3336 before 3 p.m. on Sunday.
Women's rugby
The women's rugby team defeated Windsor, 27-0, and
Bwling Green. 33
Women's soccer
The women's soccer team defeated Kent Sate. 8-0.'
Sailing
The Michigan sailing team finished first at the Sloop
Championship. qualifying for the Natonal
Championships.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Who: Sam Sword
Hometown: Saginaw, Mich.
High School: Arthur Hill

Sport: Football
Year: Senior
Eligibility: Junior

Why: The junior linebacker recorded a career-high 15 tackles, including
13 solo tackles, in a 21-14 win over Notre Dame on Saturday.
Background: Led team in tackles with 109 as a sophomore in 1996 ...
Recorded 11 tackles for loss ... Named All-Big Ten Honorable Mention
... Totaled 327 tackles, nine interceptions and eight forced fumbles in
high school ... All-state selection by the Associated Press, Detroit Free
Press and The Detroit News ... Enrolled in the Division of Kinesiology ...
Born Dec. 9, 1974.

Yesterday's Scores
TAMPA BAY 19, Arizona 18
SAN DIEGO 21. Baltimore 17
Denver 29, ATLANTA 21
DETROIT 26, Green Bay 15
PITTSBURGH 37, Tennessee 24
WASHINGTON 24, Jacksonville 12
N.Y. GIANTS 14, New Orleans 9
DALLAS 27, Chicago 3
N.Y. Jets 31, CINCINNATI 14
OAKLAND 35, St. Louis 17
KANSAS CITY 20, Seattle 17
MINNESOTA 28, Philadelphia 19
Today's Game
San Francisco at Carolina, 9 p.m.

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

NCAA Football Results

East
Duke 26, Navy 17
Colgate 44, Cornell 38
Delaware 38, Northeastern 14
Miami (Ohio) 38, Army 14
Marshall 42, Ball State 16
Brown 35, Lafayette 27
Bucknell 20, Pennsylvania 16
Liberty 33, Delaware State 17
Dartmouth 35, Holy Cross 6
Harvard 35, Lehigh 0
Massachusetts 18, Rhode Island 14
Connecticut 28, Yale 0
West Virginia 28. Miami (Fla.) 17
Maryland 24, Temple 21

Midwest
MIchigan 21, Notre Dame 14
Ohio State 31, Missouri 10
Wisconsin 27, Indiana 26
Iowa 38, Illinois 10
Purdue 21, Northwestern 9
Houston 45. Minnesota 43
Ohio 31, Western Michigan 7
Kansas State 58, Bowling Green 0
Eastern Michigan 31, Central Michigan 24
Oklahoma 35, Louisville 14
South
Florida 55, Kentucky 28
Texas A&M 36, North Texas 10
Georgia Tech 23, Clemson 20
LSU 56, Akron 0

Duke 26, Navy 17
North Carolina 48, Virginia 20
Texas 38, Rice 31
Mississippi State 37, South Carolina 17
Virginia Tech 50, Arkansas State 0
Alabama 27, Southern Mississippi 13
Brigham Young 19, SMU 16 (OT)
Mississippi 15, Vanderbilt 3
Auburn 41, Central Florida 14
West
Colorado 20, Wyoming 19
UCLA 40, Arizona 27
Arizona State 13, Oregon State 10
Washington State 58, Boise State 0
USC 27, California 17
Stanford 58' Oregon 49

Final MLB Standings

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American League

National League

East
Team
Baltimore
*N.Y. Yankees
Detroit
Boston
Toronto
Central
Team
Cleveland
Chicago
Milwaukee
Kansas City
Minnesota
West.
Team
Seattle
Anaheim
Texas
Oakland

w
98
96
79
78
76
w
86
80
78
68
67
w
90
84
77
65

L
64
66
83
84
86
L.
74
81
83
93
94
L
72
78
85
97

Pct.
.605
.593
.488
.482
.469
Pet
.538
.497
.484
.422
.414
Pt.
.556
.519
.475
.401

GB
2
19
20
22
as
6.5
8.5
1.5
19.5
68
6
13
25

East
Team
Atlanta
*Florida
N.Y. Mets
Montreal
Philadelphia
Team
Houston
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Chicago Cubs
west
Team
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Colorado
San Diego

w
101
92
88
78
68
w
84
79
76
73
68!
w
90
88
83
76

L
61
70
74
84
94
L
78
83
86
89
94
L
72
74
79
86

Pct.
.623
.568
.543
.482
.420
Pet.
.519
.488
.469
.451
.420
Pet.
.556
.543
.512
.469

GB
9
13
23
33
as
5
8
11
16
GD
2
7
14

Ohio State freshman"'re iv a ese
COLUMBUS (AP) -- Highly-touted Ohio State freshman wide receiver Ken-
Yon Rambo was arrested after a fight early Sunday and was found to be carrying
marijuana, police said.
After meeting with Rambo, Ohio State's athletic department decided not to dis-
cipline him.
Rambo was charged with drug abuse, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest,
said a police dispatcher who refused to give his name, He posted bail of $110
was released from the Franklin County Jail on Sunday morning.
The 6-foot-2, 185-pound receiver from Cerritos, Calif., was selected to USA
Today's All-USA team last year. He has played sparingly this season, but did have
a 42-yard kickoff return against Missouri on Saturday.
University athletics director Andy Geiger said Rambo would stay on the team
because there did not appear to be any indication that his conduct warranted pun-
ishment._11
"Coach Cooper and I have met with Ken-Yon and talked to several eyewitness-
es who were at the scene of last night's disturbance" Geiger said.
"Based upon the information we have gathered, it is our belief that while Ken-
Yon was at the site of the disturbance, he did not in any way perpetrate the situa-
tion, nor did he contribute to the general melee that took place.
"Ken-Yon will have to go through the legal process, but I do not believe, a
coach Cooper concurs, that the circumstances of this incident warrant his suspen-
sion or dismissal from the team:'
Rambo met with coaches at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on Sunday a e.X-
noon, but refused to comment.
"Sorry, I don't have time to talk right now," he said before going into a locker
room.
Coach John Cooper also refused to comment or take questions.
Police said they were called to a restaurant near downtown to investigate a dis-
turbance early Sunday. When officers arrived at about 2:30 a.m., they saw several
people fighting and repeatedly ordered them to stop.
Rambo and another man, Charles Lewis, a junior at Ohio State, refused to quit
fighting and scuffled with officers, according to the police report. Both were taken
into custody and transported to the jail.
It was not clear whether Lewis and Rambo were fighting each other. They were
to appear in Franklin County Municipal Court today.
Lewis was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, obstructing justice
and misconduct in an emergency.
Rambo's arrest comes three weeks after Buckeyes basketball coach Jim O'Brien
kicked three players off the team.
Sept. 8, O'Brien removed Shaun Stonerook, Jermaine Tate and Trent Jackson
from the team. Stonerook was kicked off because of grade problems. Tate did
follow coaches orders, and Jackson was arrested after an altercation with polic
"I don't think you can put these two things together" Snapp said.

Yesterday's Scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota 5, CLEVELAND 1
N.Y. Yankees 7, DETROIT 2
TORONTO 3, Boston 2
CHICAGO WHITE SOX 4, Kansas City 3
Baltimore 7. MILWAUKEE 6
Texas 4, ANAHEIM 0
Oakland 9, SEATTLE 7

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 11, MONTREAL 3
NEW YORK METS 8. Atlanta 2
PHILADELPHIA 8. Florida 7
ST. LOUIS 2. Chicago Cubs 1
Pittsburgh 5. HOUSTON 4
COLORADO 13, Los Angeles 9
San Diego 5. SAN FRANCISCO 3
Home teams in CAPS
*Indicates wildcard teams

MLB Divisional
Playoff Schedule
Tuesday, Sept. 30
Cleveland at New York, 8:13 p.m. (Fox)
Houston at Atlanta, 1:07 p.m. (ESPN)
San Francisco at Florida, 4:07 p.m. (ESPN)
Wednesday, Oct.1
Baltimore at Seattle, 8:07 p.m. (NBC)
Houston at Atlanta, 1:07 p.m. (ESPN)
San Francisco at Florida, 4:07 p.m. (ESPN)
Thursday, Oct. 2
Cleveland at New York, 8:13 p.m. (Fox)
Baltimore at Seattle, 4:07 p.m. (ESPN)
Friday, Oct. 3
Atlanta at Houston, TBA
Florida at San Francisco, TBA
Saturday, Oct. 4
Seattle at Baltimore, TBA
New York at Cleveland, TBA
Atlanta at Houston, if necessary
Florida at San Francisco, if necessary
Sunday, Oct. 5
Seattle at Baltimore, if necessary
New York Yankees at Cleveland, if necessary
Atlanta at Houston, if necessary
Florida at San Francisco, if necessary

Transactions
Saturday
Football
Cincinnati Bengals - Signed linebacker Tim Terry from the practice
squad; waived wide receiver Gunnard Twyner.
New Orleans Saints - Waived wide receiver Mercury Hayes; signed
wider receiver Brett Bech from the practice squad.
Hockey
National Hockey League - Suspended Los Angeles Kings left wing
Matt Johnson, effective with Friday's preseason game at
Anaheim, pending a hearing for a slashing incident in a
Sept. 24 game against San Jose.
Buffalo Sabres - Assigned defensemen Sergie Klimentiev, Shayne
Wright. Ruman Ndur, centers Patrice Tardif and Scott
Nichol and right wing Vaclav Varada to Rochester of the
American Hockey League; returned defenseman Cory
Sarich to Saskatoon of the Western Hockey League.
New Jersey Devils - Assigned goaltender Judd Lambert, defensemen
Geordie Kinnear, Brian Helmer, Colin White and forwards
Eric Bertrand. John Madden. Brendan Morrison, Vadim
Sharisijanov, Steve Brule. Pascal Rheume and Zdenak
Skorepa to Albany of the American Hockey League.
New York Islanders - Assigned forward Sean Haggerty and defense-
man Zdeno Chara to Kentucky of the American Hockey
League.
Toronto Maple Leafs - Assigned defensemen Yannick Tremblay, Jeff
Ware, forwards Jason Podollan. Brandon Convery and goal
tender Marcel Cousineau to St. Johns of the American
Hockey League.
Friday
Baseball
National League - Suspended New York Mets outfielder Carl Everett
one game for arguing with an umpire in Monday's game
against the Florida Martins.
Chicago White Sox - Announced they will not exercise the option on
the contract of Ozzie Guillen; announced the resignation of
third base coach Doug Rader, effective at the end of the
season.
Houston Astros - Announced all six members of the coaching staff
have been asked back for the 1998 season.
St. Louis Cardinals - Announced the retirement of pitcher Rick
Honeycutt.
Basketball
Atlanta Hawks - Re-signed free agent forward Tyrone Coibin; signed
guards Donald Whiteside and Drew Barry, forward Anthony
Miller and center David Crouse.
Golden State Warriors - Signed free agent guard Carl Thomas, who
had been with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Toronto Raptors - Re-signed free agent forward Reggie Slater to a
two-year contract.
Football
Buffalo Bills - Named Adam Lingner season ticket holder ombudsman.
Hockey
National Hockey League - Suspended Pittsburgh Penguins center Stu
Barnes four games, including two regular season games,
and fined him $1,000 for viciously slashing Boston Bruins

center Joe Thorton in a September 23 preseason game.
Dallas Stars- Resigned free agent center Mike Modano to a one-year
contract.
Phoenix Coyotes - Suspended left wing Keith Tkachuk indefinitely;
assigned defensemen Jason Doig and Richard Lintner and
center Rob Murray to Springfield of the American Hockey
League; returned goaltender Robert Esche to his junior
team; signed defenseman Radoslav Suchy to a three-year
contract and assigned him to Las Vegas of the
International Hockey League.
Tampa Bay Lightning - Assigned forwards Mathieu Raby, Paul
Brosseau, Corey Spring and Allan Egeland and goaltender
Zac Bierk to Adirondack of the AmercanHockey League
and defenseman Vadim Epanchintsev to Cleveland of the
International Hockey League: returned Paul Mara and
Mario Larocque to their junior teams.
Thursday
Baseball
American League - Named Dave Phillips, Tim McClelland, Dale Ford.
Ken Kaiser, Greg Kosc, Rocky Roe. Rich Garcia, Tim
Tschida, Dan Morrison, Rick Reed, Dale Scott and Derryl
Cousins umpires for the American League Division Series;
named Joe Brinkman, Jim Joyce, Larry McCoy, Durwood
Merrill. John Hirschbeck and Mike Reilly umpires for the
American League Championship Series.
Boston Red Sox - Claimed catcher B.J. Waszg is off waivers from the
Baltimore Orioles and added him to the 4Ofman roster;
designated outfielder Jesus Tavarez for assignment.
Detroit Tigers - Named scout Ricky Bennett assistant to baseball
operations.
Basketbal
Cleveland Cavaliers - Acquired forward Shawn Kemp from the Seattle
SuperSonics; traded guard Terrell Brandon, forward
Tyrone Hill and a conditional first-round draft pick to the
Milwaukee Bucks for guard Sherman Douglas.
Seattle SuperSonics - Acquired forward Vin Baker from the Milwaukee
Bucks.
Utah Jazz- Agreed to terms on a multi-year contract extension with
center Greg Oster tag.
Football
Buffalo Bills - Promoted Bill Munson to vice president of operations.
Green Bay Packers - Waived tight end Tyrone Davis; claimed defense-
ive back Bucky Brooks on waivers from the Jacksonville
t Jaguars.
New Orleans Saints - Named Phil Neri area scout; released area scout
Dick Curl from his contract.
Hockey
Chicago Blackhawks - Signed free agent defenseman Trent Ywney.
New York Rangers - Assigned forwards Peter Ferraro, Chris Ferraro
Tim Sweeney, defenseman Ronnie Sundin and goaltender
Dan Cloutier to Hartford of the American Hockey League.
St. Louis Blues - Loaned left wing Konstantin Shafranov to Fort
Wayne of the International Hockey League.
Washington Capitals - Named Douglas Hicks director of public relations.
Source: http://USAToday.com

Big Ten powers roll
over weekend foes
Iowa, Ohio State remains undefeated

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Monday, Oct. 6
New York Yankees atI
Seattle at Baltimore,

Cleveland, if necessary
if necessary

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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Backup
quarterback Joe Germaine threw two
touchdown passes to David Boston
and directed a third scoring drive as
No. 7 Ohio State recovered from a
sluggish start to beat Missouri 31-10
Saturday.
Germaine was the Rose Bowl
MVP last year in relief of Stanley
Jackson, who is 15-0 as the starter.
He entered for Jackson in the second
quarter and hit a 43-yard completion
on his first snap.
His second snap was a 5-yard
touchdown pass to Boston that gave
Ohio State (4-0) a 14-10 lead with
6:09 left in the first half.
Germaine and Boston also hooked
up on a 28-yard touchdown with
11122 to go in the third quarter.
Germaine, who also was at the con-
trols when Michael Wiley scored on a
I-yard run late in the third, was 8-of-
12 for 186 yards.
Ohio State, which benefited from
great field position all day, is 9-1-1
against Missouri, although this was
the first meeting since 1976.
The Buckeyes have won 13 con-
secutive non-conference games and
coach John Cooper is 26-4 in
September.
IowA 38, ILLINOIS 10
Tavian Banks got Iowa rolling with
a weaving, juking 76-yard run and
the 11Ith-ranked Hawkeyes hit on
four other big plays in beating
Illinois 38-10.
Iowa (4-0) scored 17 points in the
final 8:08 of the first half to pull
away in the Big Ten opener for the
teams and leave Illinois winless in
four games under new coach Ron

Turner.
Tony Collins returned a punt. 6.1
yards for a touchdown and Matt
Sherman threw a 43-yard touchdown
pass to Damon Gibson with 5 sec-
onds left in the first half as Iowa togk
a 24-3 lead and held on througir~
sluggish second half.
Iowa failed to match its natio
leading 619-yard offense, finishing
with 413. But the Hawkeyes still fan
little trouble subduing the Illini ii'
final tuneup for next week's game at
No. 7 Ohio State.
PURDUE 21, NORTHWESTERN 9
Billy Dicken threw two touchdown
passes and Mike Rose tied a Ross-
Ade Stadium record with three inter-
ceptions as Purdue defea
Northwestern 21-9.
The victory gives the Boilermakers
three consecutive victories for ,the
first time since 1984.,:
Kendall Matthews contributed.-a
career-high 152 yards on 22 carries
to a Purdue offense that accumulated
a season-high 488 yards, the fourt-h
consecutive 400-yard game for. the
Boilermakers this season. F
Dicken completed touchdow
passes of 6 yards to Donald Wins'
and 4 yards to Brian Alford.
Rose, who became the first Purdue
player with three interceptions in a
game at home since Bill Kay against
Michigan in 1979, returned one 24
yards for his team's other score.
Purdue (1-0 Big Ten, 3-1 overall)
took the lead for good over
Northwestern (0-1, 2-3) in the first
quarter, moving 69 yards in 1 pl
to score on Winston's reception. I

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