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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 20, 1997

:NFL Standings

How the. AP Top 25 Fared
The new Associated Press top 25 college foobal poll with results through Oct. 18M First-

NFC

AFC

NFC East
Team W L T
N.Y. Giants 5 3 0
Dallas 4 3 0
Washington 4 3 0
Philadelphia 3 4 0
Arizona 1 6 0
NFC Central
Team W L T
Green Bay 5 2 0
Minnesota 5 2 0
"Tampa Bay 5 2 0
Detroit 4 4 0
Chicago 0 7 0
NFC West
Team W L T
San Francisco 6 1 0
St. Louis 2 5 0
Carolina 3 4 0
New Orleans 2 6 0
Atlanta 1 6 0
Yesterday's Scores
San Francisco 35, ATLANTA 28
N.Y. Giants 26, DETROIT 20
DALLAS 26, Jacksonville 22
Carolina 13, NEW ORLEANS 0
N.Y. JETS 24, New England 19
PHILADELPHIA 13, Arizona 10
SEATTLE 17, St. Louis 9
TENNESSEE 28, Washington 14
BALTIMORE 13, Miami 24
Pitttsburgh 26, CINCINNATI 10
OAKLAND 28, Denver 25
Today's Game
Buffalo at Indianapolis, 9 p.m.
Home teams in CAPS

STR
W4
W1
L1
W1
L5
STR
W2
W3
L2
11
LU
STR
W6
03
wi
L2
L1

AFC East
Team
New England
NY Jets
Miami
Buffalo
Indianapolis
AFC Central
Team
Jacksonville
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Tennessee
Cincinnati
AFC West
Team
Denver
Kansas City
Seattle
San Diego
Oak land

w
5
5
4
3
0
w
5
5
4
3
1
W
6
5
4
3
3

STR
L1
wi
Li
Li
L6
STR
LS
w4
wi
w2
L6
STR
LI
wI
W2
Li
wl

place votes in parenheses.
Team
1, Nebraska (51.)
2. Penn State (14)
3. Florida State (3)
4. North Carolina (2)
6. Florida
7. WashingEt
8 Ten ssee
9, Ohio State
10. Washington State
11. Aubami
12. Okahorna State
13. UCLA
14, Kansas State
1n, Michigan State
16i. Georgia
17. Louisiana State
18. Iowa
I.9 Virginia Tech
20. Texas A&M
21. West Virgifia
22. Purdue
:23. Anyzona State
24. Toledo
25. Mississippi

Hcrw they fared
Beat Tex as Tech. 29-4
Beat innesota, 1615
Beat Georgia Tech, 380
Beat NC State, 24.7
Hleat Itam28.24
Beat Auburn, 24-10
Beat Ariona, 58-28
Beat Alabama 3$-21
Beat Indiana 31-0
Beat California, 63-37
Lost to Florida, 24-10
Beat Oregon State, 3410
Beat Texas A&M, 3617

Next week
at Kansas
idle
at Virginia
id0
St ?#D. 15 M104=ga State
.rye
at flregon state
idle
vs. Northrwestern
vs. Arizona
at Arkansas.
vs. No.25 Missss
vs. CalifornIa
at Oklahoma

USA TodayIESPN Poll
The new USA Today/CMN coaches top 25 college toot-
ball poll with results through Oct. 19. First-place votes
in mrnfthses.
Team Rec. Pts. Prey:
1. Nebraska (28) 6-0 1,496 2i
2. Penn State (29) 6013,1482 1
3. Florida State (3) 6-.0 1,450 3
4. Nora) Oarotfna (1) 70 1.342 4
5, Michigan (1) 5" 1,325 5
8. florida 61 1,219 6
7. Washington 541 1137 8
8. Tennessee 5-1 .115 9
9. Ohmo State 61 1,059 1.2
10.Washington State 6-0 1.006 13
11. Auburn 61 833 7
12. Oklahoma State 6-a 828 16
13. Kansas State 5-1 695 20
14. Mchigan State 5-1 627 11
15. Louisiana State 5-2 64 1O
16. UCLA 5-2 578 18
17. VirgiNia Tech 5-1 562 19
18& Georgia 5-1 520 21
19- Iowa 4.2 4&5 15
20. West Virginia 5-1 403 22
21. Texas A&M 5 3,51 14
22, Arizona State 5-2 249 Np
23. Purdue 5-1 237 NP
24. Air Force 71 147 17
25. Syracuse 53 49 NR

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK,

Who: Ruth Poulin
Hometown: St. Charles, Ill.
High School: St. Charles

Sport: Soccer
Year: Senior
Eligibility: Senior

L4s to Northwestern, 1917 vs. No. 5 IV chigan
Beat Vanderbilt, 34-13 vs. Kentucky
Ls to Mississpi, 3G-21 idle
Las. to Mchigan, 28-24 vs. Indiana
idle at No. 21 West Virginia
Ost to Kansas State. 36.11 at Texas Tech
it e vs. No. 19 Virginia Techt
Beat Wisconsin, 4520 at Ilinois
Beat Stanford. 31-14 idle
Beat No. Illinois, 41-14 at Bowling Green
Beat 1.51. 36-21 vs, Alabama

Why: Poulin, a forward, scored five goals in Michgans weekend victo-
ries over Illinois and Iowa. She has 13 goals and two assists on the
season. Poulin tied the Michtgan record for goals tn a game with three
against the Illini.
Background: Michigan's all-time points leader. Scored soccer pro-
gram's first-ever Big Ten goal in 1994 ... Enrolled in the School of
Education, majoring in elementary education ... Born June 30, 1976.

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Poulin

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

,.:. .. _.

NCAA Football Results

East
Army 37, Rutgers 35
Brown 23, Rhode Island 15
Bucknell 36, Fordham 10
Dartmouth 21. Yale 7
Cornell 41, Lafayette 34
Harvard 52, Holy Cross 24
Hofstra 45, Lehigh 38
Navy 42, VMI 7
Penn 24, Columbia 7
Princeton 31, Colgate 28
Slippery Rock 30, Ednboro 10
Virginia 13, Duke 10
Midwest
Mkchdgan 37, htdlan0
Ohio State 31. Indiana 0
Penn State 16, Minnesota 15
Northwestern 19, Michigan State 17
Purdue 45. Wisconsin 20
Adrian 26, Hope 19

Alma 56, Albion 16
Ball State 37, Central Michigan 34 OT
Eastern Michigan 45. Akron 0
Miami (Ohio) 45. Marshall 21
Missouri 37, Texas 29
Nebraska 29, Texas Tech 0
Ohio 24. Bowling Green 0
Toledo 41. Northern Illinois 14
Western Michigan 50. Kent 2?
Floida 24, Auburn 10
Florida State 38, Georgia Tech 0
Georgia 34, Vanderbilt 13
Kentucky 49. Northeastern L~ouisiana 14
Mississippi 36, Louisiana State 31
North Carolina 20, North Carolina State 7
Tennessee 38, Alabama 21
Tulane 33, East Carolina 16
Wake Forest 35. Maryland 17

West
Arizona State 31, Stanford 14
Brigham Young 17, Hawaii 3
Boise State 17. North Texas 14
Colorado 42, Kansas 6
Colorado State 14. Wyoming 7
Fresno State 2'.). Air force 17
Houston 41, Cincinnati 38({2 OT)
Montana State 31, Cal State-Northridge 20
Nevada 42, Idaho 23
Oklahoma 24. Baylor 23
Oregon 31. Utah 13
Rice 35, New Mexico 23
Redlands 26. Menlo 20
Sam Houston St. 24, Nicholls St. 17
San Jose State 10, Texas-El Paso 7
UCLA 34, Oregon State 10
Washington 58, Arizona 28
Washinigton St. 63, California 37
Willamette 27,LUnfied 0

MLB Playoffs
SCHEDULE: Game 5: Thurs., Florida at Cleveland,
WORLD SERIES 8:20 p.m. (if necessary)
Game 1: FLORIDA 7, Cleveland 4 Game 6: Sat., Cleveland at Florida,
Game 2: Cleveland 6, FLORIDA 1 8:05 p.m. (if necessary)
Game 3: Tues.. Florida at Cleveland. Game 7: Sun.. Cleveland at Florida,
8:20 p.m. 7:35 p.m. (if necessary)
Game 4: Wed. Florida at Cleveland,
820 pm.
INHLStandings
Eastern Conference Western Conference
Northeast Central
Team W L T PTS Team W I. T PTS
Boston 6 3 0 12 St. Louis 7 1 0 14
Ottawa 5 2 2 12 Detroit 6 1 1 13
Pittsburgh 5 3 2 12 Dallas 5 3 1 11
Montreal 3 2 2 8 Phoenix 3 2 1 7
Buffalo 2 5 2 6 Toronto 2 5 1 5
Carolina 1 6 2 4 Chicago 1 7 0 2
Atlantic paiftc
Team W L T PTS Team W L. T P75
Washington 7 1 0 14 Colorado 5 1 3 13
Philadelphia 5 3 1 11 Los Angeles 2 4 3 7
New Jersey 4 3 0 8 Edmonton 3 5 1 7
NYlIslanders 3 2 2 8 Anaheim 2 3 2 6
Florida 2 4 1 5 Vancouver 2 3 2 6
Tampa Bay 2 5 1 5 San Jose 2 5 0 4
Calgary 1 5 2 4
-Yesterday's Scores
-Pittsburgh 4, FLORIDA 1 Edmonton 3, LOS ANGELES 2
CHICAGO 5, Buffalo 2 San Jose at PHOENIX, inc.
Colorado 4, Vancouver 4 (OT)
OTTAWA 3, Dallas 1
NY slanders 5, ANAHEIM 2 Home team in CAPS

NCAA Division 1 Football Leaders
Passing Leaders

1:,.,

AP PHOT(
Sandy Alomar congratulates Marquis Grissom as the Cleveland Indians cruise to a
6-1 victory over the Florida Marlins in Game 2 of the World Series.
a

Player
1. Ryan Leaf, Wash. State
2. Brock Haurd, Washington
3. Mike Bobo, Georgia
4. Cede McNown, UCLA
5. Donovan McNabb. Syracuse
6. Moses Moreno, Cot. State
7. Chad Pennington, Marshall
8. Joe Germaine. Ohio State
9. Tim Couch, Kentucky
10. Daunte Culpepper, Central Fla.
1&5.8dm bres, Mchgan
Rushing Leaders
Player
1. Tavian Banks, Iowa
2. Ricky Williams, Texas
3. Demond Parker, Oklahoma
4. Ron Dayne, Wisconsin
5. Amos Zereoue, West Virginia
6. Ahman Green, Nebraska
7. Dwayne Harris. Toledo
8. Robert Holcombe, Illinois
9. Travis Prentice. Miami (Ohio)
10. Michael Perry, Rice
Receiving Leaders
Player
1. Troy Edwards. La. Tech
2. Randy Moss. Marshall
3. Bobby Shaw. California
4. Jajuan Dawson, Tulane
5. Eugene Baker. Kent
6. Jerome Pathon, Washington
7. Donnie Hart, Texas Tech
8. Brian Alford, Purdue
9. Nakia Jenkins, Utah State
10. Geoff Noisy, Nevada

Attempts
184
127
161
188
161
151
237
105
340
230
160
Games
133
139
181
172
146
127
147
170
176
126
Games
7
7
6
7
7
6
5
6
7
7

campietoNs
105
73
107
116
94
89
135
69
229
144
104

Touchdowns
19
14
12
14
12
13
25
6
29
16
10

Yards
1.885
1,173
1,501
1,880
1,699
1,336
2,013
972
2,506
1,880
1,217

Rating Poits
170.7
169.9
166.9
166.
165.4
156.4
154.7
152.8
151.5
144.9
144.5

Cleveland gets even
with a 6-vitr

W

yrds
1.018
977
1,126
1,058
896
870
830
743
862
848

Averge
7.7
7.0
6.2
6.3
6.1
6.9
5.6
4.4
4.9
6.7

Yards Per Game
169.67
162.83
160.86
155.43
149.33
145.00
138.33
123.83
123.14
121.14
Yards Per Game
147.00
143.29
133.17
128.33
123.71
116.50
112.80
11017
106.86
103.71

Catches
64
54
48
43
59
32
37
33
51
54

Yards
1,029
1,003
799
770
866
699
564
661
748
726

MIAMI (AP) - The Cleveland
Indians weren't about to panic.
Outplayed in the opener, they came
back and simply overwhelmed the
Florida Marlins with their pitching,
hitting and defense for a 6-1 victory
last night that evened the World Series
at one game each.
Sandy Alomar lined a two-run
homer and made the best of several big
plays by Indians fielders, Chad Ogea
shut down the Marlins into the seventh
inning and Cleveland -came through
with several clutch hits that took the
crowd of 67,025 out of it early.
"There's no reason in panicking over
something you can't control,'
Cleveland manager Mike Hargrove
said before the game. "Because it's
already over with."
Ogea limited the Marlins to one run
and seven hits in 6 2/3 innings, and
Mike Jackson and Jose Mesa closed
with scoreless relief. Ogea also got
some support, for a change - he had
pitched 19 1/3 innings in this postsea-
son, without Cleveland scoring a run.
"He did an outstanding job. He had
good location and a great changeup,"
Alomar said of Ogea. "If he can keep
it down like that, he'll be tough in this
series'
Indians hitters, however, fared much
better against Kevin Brown.
Marquis Grissom had three of
Cleveland's 14 hits. He raised his
career Series average to .441, the high-
est ever for a player with at least 50 at-

bats, and now has hit in all 14 of hi
Series game. A day after going or
12 with runners in scoring po n
Cleveland got hits in its first three trie
in the same situation.
Alomar, who singled during a three
rnffhcp e byBp R b rs sigle, hit a two-run homer in the sixth.
Though Matt Williams' single start
ed the Indians' three-run fifth, Brown'
downfall may have begun before tha
hit.
The pitcher ran to first base n
grounder that ended the fourth, al ;i
final warmup in the fifth sailed to th
backstop.
Williams led off with a single
Alomar singled with one out an
Grissom followed with an RBI singl
for a2-1 lead.
Ogea then showed off what he ha
learned in interleague play, durinl
which he had two sacrifices, with
bunt that moved up the runners.
Roberts made the move pay oitl
a single up the middle that gave thi
Indians a 4-1 lead.
The next inning, Alomar hit a. lase
shot into the left-field stands. It wa.
his fourth home run of this possob an
marked the hardest of the 10 hit
Brown allowed in six innings.
For the second straight day, Davii
Justice put the Indians ahead 1-0 witl
an RBI single in opening inning.
double by Omar Vizquel, just 34~1
lifetime against Brown, set up Jus e'
hit.

Transactions
Saturday
Baseball
Los Angeles Dodgers - Promoted Gimb Bodet to national crosschecker.
Basketball
Washington Wizards - Waived guard Johnny Rhodes.
Football
Cinncinnati Bengals - Activated tackle Kevin Sargent from the physi-
cally unable to perform list; terminated the contract of tackle Joe
Water.
Detroit Lions - Waived wide receiver Kez McCorvey; signed tight end
Eric Stocz off of the practice squad.
Hockey
Chicago Slackhawks - Recalled right wing Martin Gendron from
Indianapolis of the International Hockey League.
Montreal Canadiens - Recalled defenseman Francois Groleau from
Fredericton of the American Hockey League.

Friday
Baseball
Minnesota Twins - Re-signed first baseman Jamie Ogden to a major
league contract and re-signed free agent outfielders Keith Legree. J.J.
Johnson and pitcher Travis Baptist to minor league cortracts.
Seattle Mariners - Claimed outfielder Decomba Conner off waivers
from the Detroit Tigers and placed him on the 40-man roster.
Basketball
Boston Celtics - Signed free-agent center William Cunningham.
Football
Carolina Panthers - Activated defensive end Shawn King, released
defensive end Gerald Williams.
New Orleans Saints - Placed guard Chris Naeole on injured reserve
after ankle surgery, signed linebacker Ink Aleaga from the practice
squad to the 53- man roster.
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Colgate 1 1 0- 2
Michigan 0 1 0 - 1
First period - 1. CO. Mara (Wildfong, Loftsguard),
12:19. Penalties - CO. Sturgis (interference), 0:55:
UM, Huntzicker (cross-checking), 6:13; UM, Fox
(roughing), 6:24; CO, Mara (slashing), 6:24; CO.
Mare (roughing), 6:24.
Second period - 1. UM, Ritchlin (unassisted), 2:02.
Penalties -- UM, Matzka (interference), 4:14; UM,
Muckalt (roughing), 8:06: CO. Holdridge (roughing).
14:05; CO. Murphy (high-sticking), 15:30: CO. Mara
(slashing), 15:30; UM, Kosick (interference), 15:30.
Third period - 2. CO. McDonald (Holdridge), 18:45.
Penalties - CO, Faubert (boarding), 0:58; CO,
Loftsguard (tripping), 14:05; UM, Turco (interfer-
ence), 14:16.
Shots on goal - CO, .7-7-6- 22; UM, 11-7-Fr- 24.
Power Plays - CO. 0 of 4, UM, 0 of 7
Saves - CO, Brenzavich 11-6-6 - 23; UM, Turco 8-6-
6-20
Referee - Mark Shegos
Linesmen - Bob Faria, Tony Molina
At: Yost Ice Arena, A: 6487

Colgate 2 1 1-4
Michgan 2 3 1 -6
First period -i. CO. McDonald (Burgess), 0:32 ; 2 C
Brokaw (Campbell, Potter), 6:38; 1. UM, Langfel Van
Ryn, Muckalt), 7:08 (pp); 2. UM, Lengfeld (Van
Muckalt), 15:52 (pp). Penaltes-CO. Wildfong (inne
ference), 1:15; CO, McDonald (high-sticking), 2:38; U~
Langfeld (interference), 4:15; CO. Potter (charging),
6:54; CO McDonald (roughing), 7:39; UM, Mu ckt
(roughing), 7:39; UM, Rominski (slashing), 9-29; CO.
Loftsguard (cross-checking), 13:13; UM, Ritclin (inter
ference), 13:39, CO. Long (high-sticking), 14:00, CO.
Mara (slashing), 14:55.
Second period - 3. UM; Rorninski (Treinor, Van Ryn), 6:57
(sht); 3. CO. Campbell (unlassisted), 9:26 (sht); 4. UM,
Muckalt (Van Ryn, Kosick), 1304 (pp), 5. UM, Memrck
(Rominski), 1725. Penalies - UM, Malzka(crosscheck-
irg), 5:54, CO, Holrdge (hookn), 7:35; UM, La Redi
fererce). 11.17; CO. Baaki (holding), 11:56; CO.,or~
ing). 12:36.
Thirdi period- 4. Burgess (Wildforg), 6:34; 6. UM, Muckae
(Kosick, Van Ryn), 16:17. Penaltie- UM, Hun~xtzicker (hok
ing the stick), 51: CO. Brokaw (interference), 6:58; UM,
Clar (major penalty), 9:53; UM, Clar (game msconlduct),
9:53; CO. Wik1fong (hooking), 10:4; UM, RominsK 13:25
(game misconduct).
Shots on goal - CO 7-15-8--30 ; UM 13-12-13 -38.
Pwr Plays - Co. 1 of 7; UM, 4 of 11.
Saes -CO, Harder 11-912 -32; UM, Tuco 5147 -2
Referee - S. Potrowski.
Umnen -J. Pearson, L Wuich
At Yost Ice Arena, A: 6,479

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