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SPORTSMonday -- October 28, 1997

NFL Standings

How the AP Top 25 Fared
The new Assocated Pres top 25 college football noel with results through Oct. 25. FIrst-

USA Today/ ESPN Poll
Toe new USA Today /CNl coaches top 25 college root-
ball poll with results through Oct. 25. First lace votes

"Womm"ll

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NFC

AFC

NFO East
TeaM
N.Y. Giants
Dallas
Philadelphia
Washington
Arizona
NFC Central
Tam
- ,.M inesota
Green Bay
Tampa Bay
Detroit
Chicago
NPC West
Teamp
San Francisco
Carolina
~St. Louis
New Orleans
}Atlanta

W
6
4
4
4
1
W
6
5
5
4
0
W
7
4
2
2
1

STR
W5
Ll
W2
12
16
STR
W4
W2
13
Ll
17
STR
WT
W2
L4
L3
L2

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

W L T STR
5 2 0 W3
5 2 0 L1
5 3 0 W1
4 4 0 L1
08 0 L8
W L T STR
6 2 0 W5
5 3 0 12
4 4 0 Wi
4 4 0 W3
1 7 0 17
W L T STR
7 1 0 Wi
6 2 0 W2
5 3 0 W3
4 4 0 Wi
3 5 0 L1

vlace votes in parentheses
Team
1. Nebraska ( 35)
2. Penn State {25}
3. Florda State J8)
4. lictm(2)
8. North earoin$
B. FtaridO
7. Washington
& Teffewee
9. Ohio State
10. Washington State
12. auburn
12.UCLA
13. Kansas State
14. Georgia
15, Iowa
16. 191)
11. West *Vita
18. Purdue
9.9. Oldtonta State
20. Adio" tState
State
21. Wchgan State
22. Toledo
23. Virginia Tech
24. Southern Mississippi
25. Texas a&M

Now they fared Next week.
Beat Kansas 350 vs. Otahoma
idle at Northwstern
Beat Virgina, 47-21 vs. Nortt Carolina State
(est MicII1ge State, 23.7 vs lb6mwUo
Wde at Georgia Tech (Thursday)
idle vs. No. 14 Georgia
Best Oregons State 45.17 V5, Southern Cal
idle vs, South Caflina
Beath #rhwstern.49 at No. 21 Michigan State
Beat Artzona. 35-34 (OT} at No. 20 Arizona State
Beat Arkansas, 26-21 vs. Mississippi State
Beat California, 35-17 at Stanford
Beat Oklahoma, 2&.7 0 Texas Techx
Beat kentucky, 23.13 at No. 6 Florida
Beat Indiana, 62-0. vs. No. 1$PRodue
idle at Kentucky
Beat N 3 Va.Tt, 3017 t Syracuse
Beat ilinois. 4$atNo. 15 lowe
Lost t4Mssouu$, %54-02OT~at No, 25 Tex asMM
Ile vs. No. 10 Washrogon
lost to No. 4 Michigan, 23' 7vs, No 9 Ohio Sstbt
Beat Bowling Green, 35-20 vs. Miami (Ohio)
Lost to No. 1? WVa., 34-17 ds. At) 4ifrrnlngharn
Beat Tulane, 34-13 dt Cincinnati
LDFA to Txas Tatt,. 143 vs, No, 19 1 1* State

in parentheses.
Team
L. Nebraska (31)
2. Penn State (20)
3, Flrida State (3)
4. Mkichgan 12)
5. North Caroline
6.Fodd
7. Washington
8. lernnese
9, Ohio State
10. Washington State
11, Auburn
12. Kansas State
13, UJCLA
14. ISI
15. Georgia
16. Iowa
17, West Virginia
18. Purdue
19, Okltaoma State
20. Michigat State
21. ArzonaState
21 Virginia Tech
23. To ed
24. Syracuse

Rec.
7-0
;-0
70
7-0
610
64
5-1
7-1
7-0
7-1
571
6.2
5 2
5-2
642
612
61
6-1
5-2
5.2
5-2
7-0
5-3
5-2

1,507
1480
1,439
1,331
1,223
1.142
1.111
1,076
995
903
802
708
673
672
625
599
438
432
338
316
213
144
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25

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Who: Charles Woodson
Hometown: Fremnont, Ohio
High School: Ross

Sport: Football
Year: Junior
Eligibility: Junior

Why: The Heisman Trophy hopeful grabbed two of Michigan's six inter-
ceptions in the Wolverines' 23.7 victory over Michigan State on
Saturday. Woodson is tied for the team lead wtth six picks and has 15
for his career, second on Michigan's all-time list behind Tom Curtis,
who picked off 25 passes from 1967-69.
Background: 1996 Associated Press first-team All-American and
Chevrolet Defensive Player of the Year ... set Michigan record with 15
pass break-ups last season ... born Oct. 7, 1976.

Yesterday's Scores
San Francisco 23. NEW ORLEANS 0
NY GIANTS 29, Cincinnati 27
-PHILADELPHIA 13. DALLAS 12
Kansas City 28, ST. LOUIS 20
Baltimore 20. WASHINGTON 17
Denver 23, BUFFALO 20 (0T)
Minnesota 10, TAMPA BAY 6
Tnnessee 41, ARIZONA 14
SAN DIEGO 35, Indianapolis 19
PITTSBURGH 23. Jacksonville 17
SEATTLE 45, Oakland 34
CAROLINA 21, Atlanta 12
Today's Game
Chicago at Miami, 9 pm. (regional)
Green Bay at New England, 9 p.m. (ABC)

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

NCAA Football Resuts

East
Wake Forest 38, Duke 24
West Virginia 30, Virginia Tech 17
Army 35, Colgate 28
Columbia 21. Yale 10
Georgia Southern 49, The Citadel 7
Delaware 40. Massachusetts 9
Harvard 14, Princeton 12
Pittsburgh 55, Rutgers 48
Midwest
MkchMgan 23, MIchig., Stae 7
Michigan Daly 35, State News 14
Toledo 35, B~owling Green 20
Iowa 62, Indiana 0
Wisconsin 22, Minnesota 21
Purdue 48, Illinois 3
Iowa State 24, baylor 17
Missouri 51. Oklahoma State 50
Cincinnati 34, Miami (Oh) 31
Notre Dame 52, Boston College 20
Kansas State 26, Oklahoma 7

Ohio State 49, Northwestern 6
Kent 60, Central Michigan 37
Nebraska 35, Kansas 0
Marshall 48, Eastern Michigan 25
Ball State 21, Northern Illinois 14
Miami (Fla.) 47, Temple 15
Florida State 47, Virginia 21
Alabama 29, Mississippi 20
Auburn 26, Arkansas 21
Georgia 23, Kentucky 13
West
Utah 15, New Mexico 10
Colorado 47, Texas 30
UCLA 35, California 17
Washington 45, Oregon State 17
Washington State 35, Arizona 34
San Jose State 25, Air Force 22
Southern California 24, Oregon 22
San Diego State 10, Hawaii 3

Home teams in CAPS

NJHL Standings

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Atlatic Division
Team W
Philadelphia 7
Washington 7
New Jersey 5
N.Y. Rangers 3
+N.Y. Islanders 3
Florida 3
.Tampa Bay 2

L
3
3
4
4
4
5
7

Pts.
15
15
10
10
8
8
6
Pts.
16
15
15
12
8
7

Central Division
Team w
St. Louis 9
Detroit 8
Dallas 7
Phoenix 4
Toronto 3
Chicago 2
Pacific Division
Team w
Colorado 6
Anaheim 4
Edmonton 4
Los Angeles 3
Vancouver 3
San Jose 3
Calgary 1

L
2
1
4
3
6
8
L
2
4
6
5
5
8

T
1
2
1
2
1
0
T
4
2
1
3
2
0
2

Pts.
19
18
15
10
7
4
Pts.
16
10
9
9
8
6
4

flortheast Division
Team W L
Pittsburgh 7 4
Boston 7 4
:Ottawa 6 3
Montreal 5 3
Buffalo 3 5
Carolina 2 7

NCAA Hockey Results
East Midwest
Colgate 4, Army 3 Miftan State 4, MkcigNom2
Clarkson 6, Bowling Green 1 Ferris State 4. Western Michigan 2
Maine 6, Colorado College 6 Miami (Ohio) 6, Alaska-fairbanks 3
Providence 5, Union 4 Northern Michigan 5, Lke Superior 3
Rensselaer 4, MassachusettsLowell 2 Minnesota 5, Minnesota-Duluth 1
Boston 3. Vermont 2 Mankato State 2. St. Cloud 2
New Hampshire 4, Alaska-Anchorage 1

A'P PHOTO
Florida Marlins Uvan iHerandez, Edgar Renteria and Gary Sheffield celebrate after
Renteria's game-winning single drove In Bobby Bonilla In the 11th Inning of Game 7.
Forida wins Series on
Renteri~a hit in 11th

Yesterday's Results
Anaheim 3, NY RANGERS 3
! Carolina 3, CHICAGO 3
Detroit 5, VANCOUVER 1
PHOENIX 6, Buffalo 1

Today's Games
Chicago at Montreal, 7:30
San Jose at NY Islanders, 7:30
New Jersey at Philadelphia, 7:30

Crewts Resultsd oftheGrants Regatta
betvwe Michigan, Michigan State andGrn
Results from the Wolverine Classic Open 8 varsity crew valley State In East Lanswug Yesterday.
race on Belleville Lake on Sunday. Me'sLW4
Team Time
Team Time 1. Michigan 8325
1. Mich~~~~~igan A :71 .Mcia tte 1295
3. Michgan A 12:7183 Mchigr
2. Ohio State A 12:29.86 4. Grand Valley State135
3. Michigan B 12:46.73 Mn's Nvlc88
4. OhotteB131.194 1. Michigan 8 31:43
OiSttB "'"2. Michigan State 12:02
5. Michigan C 13:22.33 3. Michigan A 12:16
4. Grand Valley State 23:03
NCAA Division I Football Leaders
Passing Leaders

Player
1. Cade McNown, UCLA
2. Brock Huard, Washington
3. Donovan McNabb, Syracuse
4. Ryan Leaf, Washington State
5. Mike Bobo, Georgia
6. Moses Moreno, Colorado State
7. Chad Pennington, Marshall
8. John Dutton, Nevada
9. Mike McQueary, Penn State
10. Tim Couch, Kentucky
20. Brian Griese, M~igan
Rushing Leaders
Player
1. Ricky Williams, Texas
2. Tavian Banks, Iowa
3. Ron Dayne, Wisconsin
4. Amos Zereoue, West Virginia
5. Ahman Green, Nebraska
6. Dwayne Harris. Toledo
7. Desmond Parker, Oklahoma
&.Michael Perry, Rice
9.-Rashaan Shtehee, Washington
10. Robert Hocombe, Illinois

Attempts
208
152
161
230
174
151
287
241
140
395
177

completions
127
90
94
128
112
89
170
145
74
270
114

Touchdowns
16
16
12
22
12
13
28
15
11
30
1o

Yards
2,139
1,392
1,699
2,269
1,556
1,336
2,374
2,177
1,223
2,830
1,319

Rating Points
169.0
168.2
165.4
164.0
159.9
156.4
153.9
153.3
147.9
147.0
141.1

MIAMI (AP) -- The Florida Marlins
have had a knack for comeback victories
this season, and the latest was their
greatest.
A World Series hampered by poor
play and poor television ratings was
redeemed Sunday night by Florida's flair
for a dramatic finish.
The clutch Colombian kid closed it
out. Edgar Renteria's bases-loaded sin-
gle up the middle with two outs in the
11 th inning beat the Cleveland Indians,
3-2.
It was the sixth game-ending hit this
year for the 21-year-old Renteria.
The Marlins won in their final at-bat
for the 27th time, They did it 24 times
during the regular season, most in the
majors, and twice against San Francisco
in the National League division series.
Florida rallied from behind to win for
the 51st time, including eight times in
postseason play and all four World
Series victories. They fell behind, 2-0,
after three innings in Game 7. .
"I was a little concerned," manager
Jim Leyland said, "but we haven't given
up all year, and tonight wasn't a night to
give up:'
The Marlins' rally began when Bobby
Bonilla led off the seventh inning with
their second hit of the game, a home run.
The blow represented a personal
comeback for Bonilla, hobbled by a sore
hamstring throughout the Series. He had
been in a 4-for-26 slump and was
dropped from cleanup to the sixth spot in
the batting order Sunday.
Florida tied the, game in the ninth

Civvies
168
154
212
175
132
176
185
126
136
195

Yards
1,178
1,125
1,271
1.049
993
983
1,123
848
846
841

Averag
7.0
7.3
6.0
6.0
6.5
5.6
6.1
6.7
6.2
4.3

Yards Per dame
168.29
160.71
158.88
149.86
141.86
140.43
140.38
121.14
120.86
120.14

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when Moises Alou singled, took third on
Charles Johnson's single and scored on
Craig Counsell one-out sacrifice fly.
Bonilla led off the 11Ith with a singlk
and went to third when second basem at
Tony Fernandez failed to field
Counsell's grounder for an error. Jim
Eisenreich was intentionally walked, and
when Renteria lined an 0-1 pitch up the
middle, the crowd of 67,204 erupted in
pandemonium.
It was the fifth time a team has won a
deciding Game 7 on the final swing.
Leyland scrambled to get his team
back in the game..He used six pitchers
including three in the ninth. He usedD
pinch hitter who never made it to the
plate.,
By the end of the game, he had Gregg
Zaun catching, Jim Eisenreich at first
base and one position player - original
Marlin Alex Arias- still on the bench.
Renteria's hit sent Arias and rest of the
team swarming onto the field in celebra-
tion.
Just 4 1/2 months after making hi
major-league debut, he already has twow
MVP trophies, one from the Series and
one from the LCS.
Florida starting pitcher Livan
Hlemandez's mother didn't get to see.
him pitch earlier this week. But she got
to see him win.
" I am very happy to be here with
my son and to see this last game," she
said in a statement issued by baseball
after she reached the ballpark. "I want
to give thanks to the Lord for makin4
this possible.'
OVERTIME
Continued from Page 1B
the weather.
But with six minutes left in the game,
Thompson received a yellow card, forc-
ing the Buckeyes to bring in. a new
goalie. This provided the spark the
Wolverines needed. Michigan rattledofl
two goals in four minutes to tie the
game.
Against Penn State, the Wolverines
once again gave up the first score, then
managed two unanswered goals to take
the victory. Gannon was again in ,the
right place at the right time, tipping in a
corner shot from Flachs with 21:35
remaining in the second half.
But the real hero of the game was
Michigan goalkeeper Amy.Helber, wh.
played her best game of season with I11
saves. Helber shut down the Nittany
Lions for 20 minutes, blocking shots
and making sprawling saves.
"Amy played an outstanding game.
She made great decisions and clutch
saves when we needed her to Pankratz
said..
Although Helber attributed the victo-
ry to her teammates, her anticipation in
goal was crucial in stopping the Lion@
from scoring.
"I try to read the corner shot before it
even comes at me"' she said. "I look at
their hands to see where the shot is
going.
"But I think a lot of (my success)
comes from the team. We played as a
unit today and that really pumps me up.

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