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- The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 30, 1998

How the AP Top 25 Fared
FThe new Associated Press top 25 college football po1 with resuls through Nov. $. First-
s ace Votes in parentheses.

Team
I' Tennessee (41)'
2. Kansas State (24)
3. UCLA (3)
4. Florida State
5. Ohio State
6. Arizona
' ionsin
9Tulane
10. Texas A&M
11. Arkansas
1i2. Georgia Tech
13. Nebraska
14. Virgni
I& Chigan
16. Notre DameI
17. Air-Force
18. SyracuseI
19. GeorgiaI
20. Texas
21. Oregon
22. Penn StateI
23. Mississippi State
24. Missouri
25. Virginia TechI

Hlow they fared Next week
Beat Vanderbilt, 41-0 vs. N.23 Miss. St.
idle vs. No. 10 Texas A&M
idle at Miami (Fla.)
idle idle
idle idle
Beat Arizona State, 5042 idle
Idle idle
idle idle
Beat Louisiana Tech, 63-30 idle
Lost to No. 20 Texas. 26.24 _vs. No. 2 Kansas State
beat Louisana State, 41-14 idle
Beat No. 19 Georgia, 21-19 idle
Beat Colorado. 16.14 Idle
Beat No. 25 Va Techi. 3532 idle
Beat Hawa~l, 46-17 e
lost to Southemn Cal, 1040 idle
idle vs. Brigham Young
Beat Miami (Fla.), 66-13 idle
lost to No. 12 Ga. Tech, 21-19 Idle
Beat Texas AIM. 2624 7
idle idle
Michigan State, 5228 idle
Beat Mississippi, 2"6 vs. No. 1 Tennessee
idle Idle
Lost to No. 14 Virginia, 36-32 idle

USA Today/ESPN
Coaches Poll
1am RC. Wts. Prm.
1. Kansas State (30.5) 1"- 1,555.5 1
2. Tennessee (24.5) 10-0 1,502.5 2
3. UCLA (6) 10-0 1,447 3
4. Florida State 11-1 1,359 4
5. Ohio State (1) 10.1 1,304 5
6. Arizona 11.1 1,225 7
7. Florida a-2 1,151 8
8. Wisconsin 10-1 1,110 9
9. Tulane 11-0 1,001 11
10. Texas A&M 102 858 6
11. Arkansas 9-2 831 13
12. Virginia 9-2 799 15
13. Air Force 101 764 14
14. Georgia Tech 9-2 702 18
16. Imliamps 93 684 16
16. Notre Dame 9-2 615 10
17. Nebraska 9.3 588 17
18. Syracuse &3 511 22
19. Georgia &.3 426 19
20. Penn State 8-3 392 21
21. Oregon 8&3 286 23
22. Mississippi State 8-3 281 24
23.Texas 8-3 230 -
24. Virginia Tech 8&3 186 19
25. West Virginia &3 137 -
First-place votes in parentheses

Results through Saturday:
1. Duke (5-1)
'2. Connecticut (4.0)
3. Stanford (4-1)
4. Kentucky (5-.)
5. Maryland (7-0)
6. Temple (4.1)
7. Michigan State (4-1)
8. Kansas (4-0)
9. N orth Carolina (6.0)
10. UCLA (2-2)
11, Arizona (3-0)
12. Oklahoma State (40)
13. Xavier (4-2)
14. Purdue (5-1)
15. Cincinnati (4-0)
16. Washington (3-0)
17. Indiana (6.1)
18. Utah (3-2)
19. Syracuse (5-0)
20. New Mexico (4-0)
21. Arkansas (5-1)
22. Clemson (5-1)
23. St. John's (3-2)
24. Miami (Ohio) (4-0)
25. Tennessee (3-2)

Men's college basketball Top 25 roundup

lost to No. 15 Cincinnati 77-75
did not play
did not play
beat No. 10 UCLA 66-62
beat Pittsburgh 87-52
did not play
beat Western Michigan 90-66
did not play
did not play
lost to No. 4 Kentucky ,66-62
beat Brigham Young 78&74
beat Texas Christian 79-74
lost to San Francisco 82-69
did not play
beat No. I Duke 77-75
beat Saint Louis 69-60
did not play
did not play
did not play
beat Northeastern 93-61
beat NE Louisiama 92-70
did not play
did not play
did not play
did not play

UIIe tcliiijun ?&lg4
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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Who: Bubba Berenzweig
Hometown: Arlington Heights, Ill.
Hlgh School: Loomis-Chaffee (Conn.)

Sport: Hockey
Yew. Senior
Pos~tio: Defensemn

Why: The senior captain notched a goal in each of the College
Hockey Showcase games against Minnesota and Wisconsin. His goal
against the Badgers was the lone Michigan goal as the Wolverine
staved off Wisconsin for a 1.1 tie.
Background: Has played in all 13 of the Wolverines' playoff games
the past two seasons ... Was the team's top scoring defenseman
with seven goals last season ... Attended the 1995 United States
World Junior Championships camp in 1995.

- '
Borenzwelg

College Football roundup

Men's Basketball Summaries

Barnett rules out cahn o nr

FAST
Connecticut 42, Hampton 34
Penn St. 51, Michigan St. 28
-Rowan 19, Buffalo St. 17
Syracuse 66, Miami 13
. Trinity, Texas 37, Lycoming 21.
SOUTH
Appalachian St. 45, Tennessee St.
31.
Carson-Newman 38, Fort Valley St.
31,OT
Florida A&M 27, Troy St. 17
Georgia Southern 49, Colgate 28
"Georgia Tech 21, Georgia 19
Lehigh 24, Richmond 23
--North Carolina 37, N. Carolina St.

34, OT
Northwestern St. 48, Illinois St.
28
Southern U. 26, Grambling St. 14
Tennessee 41, Vanderbilt 0
Tr-State 37, Georgetown, Ky. 23
Virginia 36, Virginia Tech 32
NHOWW ST
Huron 52, Southwestern, Kan. 6
Mount Union 21, Wittenberg 19
NW Missouri St. 42, N. Colorado
17
Olivet Nazarene 37, Sioux Falls 34
Slippery Rock~ 31, Shepherd 20
W. Illinois 52, Montana 9
Wis.Eau Claire 10, St. John's,
Minn. 7

MHI N * # 0TA RF PT
Asselin 24 5-10 00 3.5 0 2 10
Smith 28 210 0.0 3-7 1 3 4
Vionier 36 3-9 0-) 7.14 0 4 6
Reid 34 2-10 0-0 0-2 3 1 5
Bullock 38 2-12 2-2 1-5 5 3 7
Jones 23 5-10 0-0 1-2 1 5 13
Oliver 1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0. 0
Young 16 0.2 1-2 1-3 0 1 1
Totals 200 1963 44t 1840 10 19 46
F0%: .302. FM%: .800. Sipoint FG: 4-18,..222
(Jones 2-5, Reid 1-6, Bullock 1-4, Smith 0-3).
5lockw 1 (Asselin) Ntels: 5 (Reid 2, Bullock,
Jones, Smith). Turnovers:~ 14 (Asselin 5, Vignier 3,
Reid 3, Jones 2, Smith). Techlnlaoil Fouls: 0.
SYRACUSE (S) -A T
MB! MA4 MA 0-TAF4T
Williams 8 0.1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Blackwell 38 2.6 4-10 4.13 1 3 8
Thomas 35 6.7 5.7 4-9 1 1 17
Hart 38 7-16 4-5 1-7 2 2 20
Griffin 32 2-6 3.4 0-2 1 2 7
Shumpert 20 2.7 0-0 3.4 0 0 4
Bland 10 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0
Brown 5 01 "002 00 0
Ovcina 14 1-6 p- 1-1 1 2 2
Totals 200 50 16-2613-9 6 10 58
F0%: .400. FM%: .15. 3-polot F0: 2-19,-105.
(Hart 2-6, Shumpert 0-4, Ovcina 0-3, Griffin 0-3,
Brown 0-1, Williams 0-1, Blackwell 0-1). Blocks: 4
(Thomas 3, Hart) Steals: 9 (Blackwell 2, Thomas
2. Hart, Griffin ,tStools:rtBland, Ovcina).
Turnovers: 12 (Blackwell 4, Hart 3, Grif fin 2.
Thomas, Bland, Brown). Technical Fouls: 0.
Michigan ...............21 25 -4
Syracuse-----------.........22 36-58
At Lahaine Civic Center
Attndanc: 2,500

MN MA N*A 0-T A FFM
Mottola 37 9.15 2-2 2-6 3 2 21
Jensen 26 3-6 1-2 2-4 1 5 9
Althoff 18 2-3 2-3 0-2 1 2 6
Miller 35 3-7 9-10 0- 12 2 15
Killion 32 6.13 0-0 1-3 2 1 18
Sharp 26 1-3 0-0 1-2 2 0 2
Crockett 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Cullen 21 0-3 0-0 2-3 0 1 0
Johnston 4 00 0-)001 0 00
Totals 200 24.50 14.17 9.29 2118 71
F0%:.480. FT%- .824. 3-point FO: 9-21, .429
(Klion 6.12, Jensen 2-4, Mottole 2-4, Miller 0-1).
Blocks: 1 (Althoff). Steals: 7 (Sharp 3, Miller 2.
Killion, Althoff). Turnovrs: 10 (Miller 3, Killion 3,
Jensen 2, Sharp 2). Technical Fouls: 0.
MICHIGAN (MAI FTRI
MIN *-A UBA O-T A FF1M
Asselin 32 1.5 2-4 0-3 1 5 4
Smith 19 1-3 0-0 0-1 0 3 2
Vignier 29 1-3 0-0 3.4 0 3 2
Reid 37 3.8 0-0 0-3 3 1 9
Bullock 37 7-18 6.6 2-8 2 3 25
Jones 30 4.6 2-2 1-4 1 3 12
Young 16 0-2 0-0 2-3 1 1 0
Totals 200 17.46 10.12 9.29 8 19 54
FG%:.378. FT%: .833. 3 MoitFG: 10-20,_500.
(Bullock 5-11, Reid 3-6, Jones 2-3). Blocks: 2
{ Asselin 2) Steals: 4 (Smith, Vignier, Jones. Reid).
Turnovers: 18 (Asselin 4, Bullock 4, Smith 3.
Vignier 3, Jones 2, Reid, Young). Technical Fouls:
Utah--------------.........24 47 -71
Michigan-----------........24 30- 54
At: Lahaina Civic Center
Attendance: 2,500

EVANSTON (AP) -
Northwestern football coach Gary
Barnett has denied rumors that he
is considering taking on the head
coaching post at Oklahoma.
Barnett said Friday he hasn't
even been approached about the
Oklahoma job, and wouldn't take it
if it were offered.
Radio reports earlier Friday said
Barnett was one of four finalists to
replace John Blake, who
was fired by Oklahoma on Sunday,
but Barnett took to the air himself
to squelch the reports.
"There's no truth to any of this,"
Barnett told Chicago station WGN-
AM. "I haven't talked to Oklahoma,
haven't been there since 1993. No
one from Oklahoma has contacted
me. I have no interest in it."
Barnett later told the Chicago
Tribune that he was upset by
rumors which could hurt his
recruiting efforts at Northwestern
- particularly because they sur-
faced while he was out of town for
the Thanksgiving holiday, and not
in a position to issue a quick denial
through Northwestern's sports
information office.
The Wildcat coach said he first
heard of the rumors on Wednesday
when a Northwestern alumnus

called him at a family gathering in
Missouri. He said he and the cal-kr
both treated the story as a joke, anti
he didn't realize how seriously
some people were taking it until he-
returned to the Chicago area on@
Friday and read a newspaper col-
umn criticizing him for his silence.
"What's a guy to do?" Barnett,
asked. "This is so unfair to me an.
to our program, it's incredible.-, 1
have no control over it, I did noth- -
ing. I never voiced any interest-in
that program. ,
"I've never called anybody. There
has been absolutely no contact.",
Barnett was widely hailed as.,a -
miracle worker in 1995 when he led@
Northwestern, the longtime Big Ten-
doormat, to the conference champi-
onship and a Rose Bowl appear-.
ance, and again in 1996, when the.,
Wildcats shared the conference
championship.
But this year's Northwestern
team is only 3-9, and winless in the'
Big Ten.
In recen-t years, Barnett-has inter=K
viewed at UCLA, Texas, Georgia,
and Notre Dame, but none of the
nibbles turned into bites, i id-
Barnett has since said he intends to'-
stay at Northwestern for the next f~
years of his contract.

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