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2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - November 3, 1997

NFL Standings

How the AP Top 25 Fared
The new Associated Press top 25 colege footbal poll with results through Nov, 2. First

USA Today/ESPN Poll
The new USA Today/CNN coaches top 25 college foot-
ball poll with results through Nov. 2, First place votes in

NFC

AFC

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

W
6
5
4
4
2
W
7
7
6
4
1
W
8
5
2
2
2

STR
W5
Wi
L1
L2
W
STR
W4
W5
W
L2
L1
SR
W8
W3
W1
L3
L5

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

W
6
5
5
5
0
W
6
6
4
4
2
W
8
6
5
4
3

STR
W2
L2
L2
L3
L9
STR
W5
Wi
L1
Li
Wi
STR
W2
W2
L1
L1
L2

place votes in parentheses.
Team
1. Nebraska (46j
2. Penn State (16)
3. FlorIda State i
4. Mkchga (1)
5. North Carolina (2)
6. Washington
7. Ohio State
8. Tennessee
9. Georgia
10. UCLA
11. KXnsaS State
12, lowa
13. Florida
14. LSuI
15. Arzona State
16. Washington State
17. Auburn
18. Toledo
19, Mississippi State
20. Virginia Tech
21. Texas A&M
22. Syracuse
23. Purdue
24 Southern Mississippi
25. Okiatroma State

How they fared Next week
Beat Oklahoma 69-7 at Missouri
Beat Northwesten 30-27 vs. Michigan
Best No. Carolna St. 4835 vs. North Carolina
Beat Minnesota, 24-3 at Penn State
Beat Georgia Tech. 16- 13 vs. Oregon
Beat USC, 27 0 vs. No. 14 Georgia
Beat Michigan St., 3713 at Minnesota
Beat South Caroina 22-7 vs. Southern Mississippi
Beat Florida 3717 vs. Auburn
Beat Stanford, 27-7 vs. Washington
Beat Texas Tech, 13-2 at Kansas
Beat Purdue, 35-17 at Wisconsin
Lost to Georgia, 37-17 vs. Vanderbilt
Beat IKentucky. 63-28 at Alabama
Beat Washngton St., 44-31 at California
Lost to Anzona St., 44-31 vs. Southwest Louisiana
Lost to Mississippi St., 220 at Georgia
Beat Miami (OH), 35-28 at Ball State
Beat Auburn, 22-0 at Alabama
Beat Ala.-Birmingham, 37-0 vs. Miami
Beat Oklahoma St., 28-25(OT) vs. Baylor
Beet West Virginia. 40-10 vs. Boston College
Lost to Iowa, 35-17 vs, Michigan State
Beat Cincinnati. 24-17 ile
Lost to Texas A&M, 28-25(OT) at Oklahoma

parentheses.
Team
1. Nebraska (37)
2. Florida State (3)
3. Penn State (20)
4. Michigan 12)
5. North Carolina
6. Washington
7. Tennessee
8 Ohio State
9. Georgia
10. Kansas State
11 UCA
12. LSU
13. Florida
14. Iowa
15. Washington State
16, Arizona State
17. Aubtxn
18. Virginia Tech
19. Syracuse
20. Toledo
21. Texas A&M
22. West Virginia
23. Oklahoma State
24. Purdue
25. Southern Mississippi

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

ReC.
8-0
7-0
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8-0
7-1
61
81
7-1
7-1
7-2
62
6.2
6-2
7-1
E2
7-2
6.2
6-3
62
62
6.2
6.2
6-2

Pts.
1,526
1,449
1.438
1,373
1.322
1.198
1,162
1.161
9640
907
898
844
790
767
691
635
467
418
334
302
275
225
205
201
126

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1
3
2
4
5
7
8
9
15
12
13
14
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16
10
21
11
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24
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NR
17
19
18
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Who: Kevin Sullivan
Hometown: Brantford, Ont.
High School: North Park

Sport: Cross Country
Year: Senior
EligibIlIty: Senior

Why: Sullivan ran to his fourth Big Ten Championship last weekend. He
is only the third Wolverine in history to do so. He helped Michigan win
its first Big Ten title in four years. This season he won three races -
the Michigan Open, Illinois Invitational, and the Big Ten Championships.
The duo of Sullivan and John Mortimer has finished first and second in
every race this year.
Background: Fifth North American to break four-minute-mile record; fin-
ished 5th in the World Championships in Goteburg, Sweden; All-
American 1993, 1994, 1995; red-shirted due to injury in 1996.
Personal: Enrolled in the College of Engineering.

Sullivan

Yesterday's Scores
ATLANTA 34, St. Louis 31
BUFFALO 9, Miami 6
CAROLINA 38, Oakland 14
Washington 31, CHICAGO 8
CINCINNATI 38, San Diego 31
Tampa Bay 31, INDIANAPOLIS 28
MINNESOTA 23. New England 18
N.Y. JETS 19, Baltimore 16 (OT)
ARIZONA 31, Philadelphia 21
DENVER 30, Seattle 27
SAN FRANCISCO 17, Dallas 10
Jacksonville 30, TENNESSEE 24
GREEN BAY 20, Detroit 10
Today's Game
Pittsburgh at Kansas City
Home teams in CAPS

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

NCAA Division I Football Leaders

NCAA Football Results

NHL Standings

Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
Team W L T
Philadelphia 7 5 3
Washington 7 5 2
New Jersey 8 4 0
N.Y. Islanders 6 5 2
N.Y. Rangers 3 6 5
Florida 3 7 3
Tampa Bay 2 9 2
Northeast Division
Team W L T
Boston 9 5 1
Ottawa 8 4 3
Pittsburgh 8 6 2
Montreal 7 4 2
Buffalo 5 7 2
Carolina 3 8 3
Yesterday's Results
DETROIT 4, Anaheim 3
Dallas 3, PHILADELPHIA 3
Boston 3, OTTAWA 1
CHICAGO 3, Pittsburgh 1
PHOENIX 3, Calgary 1

Westem Conference

Central Division

Pt s.
17
16
16
14
11
9
6
Pts.
19
19
18
16
12
9

Team
St. Louis
Detroit
Dallas
Phoenix
Chicago
Toronto

W
11
11
9
6
5
3

Pacific ivision
Team W
Colorado 7
Los Angeles 5
Anaheim 5
Edmonton 5

L
2
2
4
5
10
7
L
2
6
5
7
9
10
9

Pts.
24
24
20
14
10
8
Pts.
20
14
14
11
9
8
8

East
Albany 42, Stonehill 26
Boston College 22, Pittsburgh 21
Brown 37, Cornell 12
Columbia 17, Princeton 0
Connecticut 45, Boston University 7
Delaware 14, William & Mary 0
Harvard 24, Dartmouth 0
Hoftstra 51, Massachusetts 13
MIT 20, Massachusetts-Boston 15
Penn 26, Yaie 7
Slippery Rock 38, Lockhaven 6
Temple 49, Rutgers 7
Villanova 37, Rhode Island 15
Midwest
Michigan 24, Minnesota 3
Albion 31. Adrian 13
Alma 20, Kalamazoo 16
Ball State 31, Akron 14
Dayton 49, Evansville 7
Drake 45, Aurora 0
Eastern Illinois 21. Indiana State 14
Ferris St. 24, Saginaw Valley State 23
Findley 70, St. Xavier 8
Grand Valley St. 24, Northwood 20
Hanover 10, Wabash 7
Hillsdale 35. Michigan Tech 19
Hope 37, Olivet 8
Indiana 23. Illinois 6
Iowa 35, Purdue 17
Kansas 34, Iowa State 24
Kent 29. Rnwling Green 20
No. Michigan 35, Wayne 29
Nebraska 69, Oklahoma 7
North Dakota 20, South Dakota 19
Notre Dame 21, Navy 7
Ohio State 37. Michigan State 13
Ohio 30, Northern Illinois 26
Penn State 30, Northwestern 27

Peru State 33, Northwest Oklahoma 20
Southern Mississippi 24, Cincinnati 17
Toledo 35. Miami (Ohio) 28
Western Michigan 41, Eastern Michigan 38
South
Baylor 23, Texas 21
Citadel 7, Wofford 3
Clemson 33, Wake Forest 16
E. Carolina 45, Louisville 31
Furman 38, Elon 20
Georgia 37, Florida 17
Kansas State 13, Texas Tech 2
Louisiana Tech. 26, Alabama 20
Memphis 24, Houston 3
Miami 42, Arkansas St. 10
Tennessee 22, South Carolina 7
Texas A&M 28, Oklahoma St. 25 (OT)
Texas-El Paso 14, BYU 3
Tulsa 21, Utah 13
Tuskeegee.16, Clark Atlanta 7
Virginia 45, Maryland 0
Virginia Tech 37, Ala.-Birmingham 0
West
Air Force 34, Hawaii 27
Arizona State 34. Washington State 31
California 33, Oregon State 14
Colorado State 45, UNLV 19
E. Washington 24, Idaho 21
Fresno State 53. San Jose State 12
Missouri 41, Colorado 31
Montana 21, Northridge 13
Nevada 45, New Mexico State 24
Rocky Mountain 30. W. Montana 17
Southern Utah 37, UC-Davis 27
UCLA 27, Stanford 7
Washington 27, USC 0
Wyoming 41, San Diego State 17

Player
1. Ricky Williams, Texas
2. Ron Dayne, Wisconsin
3. Tavian Banks, Iowa
4. Desmond Parker, Oklahoma
5. Amos Zereoue, West Virginia
6. Dwayne Harris, Toledo
7. Ahman Green, Nebraska
8. Kevin Faulk, LSU
9. Travis Prentice, Miami (Ohio)
10. Curtis Enis. Penn State
Receiving Leaders
Player
i. Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech
I Fttn Riaiwr iKnt
3. Randy Moss, Marshall
4. Bobby Shaw, California
4. Troy Walters, Stanford
6. Geoff Noisy, Nevada
7. Tony Horne, Clemson
8. Antonio Wilson, Idaho
9. Nakia Jenkins. Utah St.
(tie) Desmond Clark, Wake Forest

Carries
199
212
178
185
191
205
170
124
233
140
Games
9
9
9
8
8
9
8
9
9
9

Player Attempts
1. Brock Huard, Washington 171
2. Donovan McNabb, Syracuse 188
3. Joe Germaine, Ohio State 135
4. Cade McNown, UCLA 236
5. Ryan Llaf, Washington State 279
6. Moses Moreno, Colorado State 193
7. John Dutton, Nevada 274
8. Mike Bobo, Georgia 201
9. Chad Pennington, Marshall 322
10. Graham Leigh, New Mexico 201
27. Brian Griese, Michigan 204

Competions
103
107
90
142
152
117
170
128
192
118
128

Touchdowns
18
15
10
16
25
16
15
12
31
17
11

Yards
1,586
1,887
1,283
2,344
2,716
1,763
2,544
1,816
2635
1703
1,490

Ratig Pont
169.4
162.2
162.1
161.7
160.1
159.5
155.2
154.3
153.9
150.8
137.0

Rushing Leaders

Yards
1.404
1,271
1,251
1,123
1.120
1,113
1,098
733
1,083
830

Average
7.1
6.0
7.0
6.1
5.9
5.4
6.5
5.9
4.6
5,9

Yards Per Game
175.50
158.88
156.38
140.38
140.00
139.13
137.25
122.17
120.33
118.57

Calgary
San Jose
Vancouver

3
4
3

Catches
84
71i
69
61
61
68
57
64
63
63

Yards
1,328
4 5
1,320
948
779
912
732
717
935
813

Catches Per
9.33
S 4
7.67
7.63
7.63
7.56
7.13
7.11
7.00
7.00

Today's Games
Dallas at Montreal. 7:30 p.m.
Edmonton at N.Y. Rangers, 7:30 p.m.
Vancouver at Carolina. 7:30 p.m.
Philadelphia at St. Louis, 8:30 p.m.

11

U.S. College Hockey Online Poll
The new U.S. College hockey Online Poll through Nov. 2. First-place votes in parenthe
WSe.

NBA Standings

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Atlantic Division
'eam W
Miami 2
New Jersey 2
Boston 1
New York 1
Orlando 1
Philadelphia 0
Washington 0
Central Division
Team W
Detroit 2
Atlanta 2
Chicago 1
Indiana 1
Milwaukee 1
Charlotte 0
Cleveland 0
Toronto 0

PCT
1.000
1.000
.500
.500
.500
.000
.000
PCT
1.000
1.000
.500
.500
.500
.000
.000
.000

GB
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.0
2.0
GB
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.0
2.0
2.0

Midwest Division
Team W
Dallas 2
Minnesota 2
San Antonio 2
Houston 2
Utah 1
Vancouver 1
Denver 0
Pacific Division
Team W
L.A. Lakers 1
Phoenix 1
Portland 1
Seattle 1
Sacramento 0
Golden State 0
L.A. Clippers 0

L
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
L
0
0
2
1
2
2
2

PCT
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.500
.500]
.000 1

GB
1.0
1.0
2.0

Team
1. North 030a {a27)
2. Michigan State (3)
3. Boston University
4. Colorado College
b. New Hampshire
6, Mane
7. Miami (Ohio)
$ Michigan
9. Minnesota
10. Clarkson

Points
296
256
208
202
190
154
141
64
55
20

Michigan 3 0 3 - 6
Alaska 0 2 1- 3
Brst period - 1. UM, Kosick (Ritchlin, Crozier), 9:50;
2. UM, Muckalt (Langfeld), 12:38; 3. Langfeld
(Hayes), 15:11. Penalties - UM, Ritchlin (interfer-
ence), 1:39; UM, Crozier (roughing), 1:39; AK, Zinger
(roughing), 1:39; UM, Muckalt (interference); 2:33;
AK, Fraser (charging), 5:44; AK, Epp (holding stick),
6:57; AK, Tiemstra (cross-checking), 7:29, UM,
Crawford (hooking), 10:15; AK, Hallett (roughing),
14:23; AK, Latimer (holding), 15:59; AK, Jaros
(cross-checking), 16:09. Second period - 1. AK,
Wynia (Trembecky, Lawrence), 3:10; 2. AK, McNeill
(Tiemstra, Wynia). Penalties - UM, Bench (delay of
game), 0:00; UM, Matzka (interference), 2:40. Third
period - 4. UM, Van Ryn (Hayes, Matzka), 4:47; 5.
Kosick (Crozier), 10:07; 6. UM, Kosick (Crawford),
18:54; AK, Wynia (Lawrence, Trembecky), 14:39.
Penalties - AK, MacFarlan (tripping), 3:21; AK,
Hallett (roughing), 5:49; UM, Turco (roughing),
13:55.
Shots on goal -UM. 18-1311- 42; AK, 388 -19
Power Plays - UM, 2 of 8; AK, 2 of 8.
Saves -UM,Turco 36-0 - 9; UM, Malicke, 0.00 -
0; AK, Perkins 0-0-0 - 0; AK, Marvel 15-13-0 - 28.
Referee - John McDuke
Urnsm-- Chris Milles, Mark Norum
At: Carlson Center, Fairbanks; A: 4,591

Michigan 4, Alaska 3
Michigan 2 0 2- 4-
Alaska 0 1 2-- 32
First period - 1. UM, Crozier (Huntzicker, Kosick),
1:25: UM, Langfeld (Peach, Muckalt), 2:12. Penalties
-AK, Hamilton (hooking), 2:06; UM, Bench (too
many men on ice), 6:35; UM, Peach (cross-checking),
6:43; UM, Peach (holding), 10:38; AK, Mcllroy
(charging), 12:45.Second period -1. AK, Mcllroy
(Hallett, Epp), 4:39. Penalties - AK, Fraser (rough-
ing), 7:32; UM, Van Ryn (roughing), 7:32; AK, Epp
(roughing), 8:28; UM, Rominski (slashing), 12:38.
Third period - 3. UM. Fox (Kosick, Cozier), 3:28; 4
UM, Ritchlin (unassisted), 6:12; 2. Alaska, Wynia
(McFarlan, Hafele), 17:27; 3. Alaska, McFarlan
(Wynia, Fraser), 19:48. Penalties - AK, Epp(trip.
ping), 3:20; AK, Epp (tripping), 7:22; UM, Langfeld
(roughing), 7:39; AK, Tiemstra (roughing), 7:39; AK,
Michalski (slashing), 8:30; AK, Wynia (slashing)
11:37; AK, Zinger (roughing), 11:37; AK, Zingef
(game-misconduct), 11:37; UM, Koch (elbowing),
11: 37; UM, Koch (roughing), 11:37.
Shots on goal - UM, 14-12-15- 41; AK, 10-88-26
Power Plays - UM, 2 of 6; AK, 2 of 7.
Saves - UM, Turco 10-7-3-20; UM, Malicke 0-02-
2; AK. Marvel 12.12-13-37.
Referee - John LaDuke
Unesmen-Rick Redick, Rufus King
At: Carlson Center, Fairbanks; A: 4,591

PCT GB
1.000 -
1.000 -
.500 0.5
.500 0.5
.000 1.5
.000 1.5
.000 1.5

Yesterday's Results
Detroit 94, NEW YORK 86
Orlando 107, BOSTON 96
Houston 93, SACRAMENTO 77

Today's Games
Charlotte at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
San Antonio at Chicago, 830 p.m.
Washington at Utah, 9:00 p.m.

CCHA Standings

Michigan freshman makes
his mark in CCHA action
The Associated Press
Michigan center Mark Kosick and Northern Michigan
University defenseman Curtis Sheptak were named Central
Collegiate Hockey Association players of the week on
Sunday.
Kosick, a freshman, won offensive honors after scoring
three goals Friday and recording two assists Saturday as the
Wolverines won twice at Alaska-Fairbanks, 6-3 and 4-3.
Kosick - a native of Victoria, British Columbia - spent
last season with the Victoria Salsa of the British Columbia
hockey league. He was a standout performer with five game-
winning goals in 54 games.
CCHA stardom is on Kosick's side - his former coach
Garry Davidson was Brendan Morrison's coach in the BCHL.
"Mark is a talented young player who should emerge as a
very productive center as his career wears on," Michigan
hockey coach Red Berenson said.
Sheptak, a senior, won defensive honors, after leading the
Wildcats' defense in a sweep at Western Michigan.
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2. Northern Michigan
3. Miami
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