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2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 5, 1998

NCAA Football Results

EAST
Colgate 35, Yale 17
Cornell 34. Buffalo 31
Dartmouth 13, L~faette 10, OT
Delaware 27. Northeastern 20
Fordham 20,. Prnnceton 17, 01
Georg'etown. 0D0C 42.,Siena 14
lona 27, Canisius 14
Lehigh 21. Harvard 17
Maine 44, Vilanova 10
Massachusetts- 40. Hofstra 35
Miami (F-i.) 53. Rutgers 17
Monmouth, NJ. 41. La Salle 7
New Hampshire 34. Connecticut 20
Penn 20. Bucknell 10
Pittsburgh 35, Akron 0
Rhode Island 44, Brown 16
Robert Morris 42. Wagner 17
West Virginia 45. Navy 24
William & Mary 45. Temple 38

MIDWEST
Ball St. 18.N. Illinois 13
Bowling Green 35, Ohio U. 7
Cent. Florida 31, Toledo 24
Dayton 31. Butler 27
Drake 33, Valparaiso 18
E. Michigan 26. Kent 17
Illinois 13. Northwestern 10
Illinois St. 24, Indiana St. 20
Michigan 12, Iowa 9
Michigan St. 38. Cent. Michigan 7
Missouri 35, Northwestern St. 14
Notre Dame 35, Stanford 17
Ohio St. 28. Penn St. 9
Purdue 56. Minnesota 21
SW Missouri St. 24, N. Iowa 21
Texas A&M 24, Kansas 21
W. Illinois 14, Youngstown St. 0
W. Michigan 27, NE Louisiana 14
Wisconsin 24, Indiana 20

SOUTH
Ala: Birmingham 24. SW Louisiana 13
East Carolina 30. Army 25
Florida 16. Alabama 10
Florida A&M 56, Delaware St. 21
Florida St. 24, Maryland 10
Georgia 28. 1SU) 27
Georgia Tech 41, Duke 13
Grambling St. 55, Prarie View 40
Jackson St. 57, Texas Southern 32
Louisville 62, Cincinnati 19
Marshall 31. Miami, Ohio 17
Mississippi 30, South Carolina 28
North Carolina 21, Clemson 14
Richmond 28, James Madison 7
S. Carolina St. 21, Morgan St. 0
South Flonida 45, The Citadel 6
Tennessee 17. Auburn 9
Tulane 21, Southern Miss. 7
Virginia 52, San Jose St. 14

WEST
Air Force 56, New Mexico 14
Arizona 31, Washington 28
Arkansas 27, Kentucky 20
Arkansas St. 34. New Mexico St. 31, OT
Colorado 27, Oklahoma 25
Colorado St. 20, Texas-Vl Paso 17
Fresno St. 31. Brigham Young 21
Houston 35, Memphis 14
Idaho 52, Idaho St. 3
Montana 20, Portland St. 17
Nebraska 24, Oklahoma St. 17
Nevada 31, UNIV 20
Southern Cal 35, Arizona St. 24
Southern Meth. 28, Hawaii 0
Texas 54, Iowa St. 33
Texas Christian 19. Vanderbilt 16
Texas Tech 31, Baylor 29
UCLA 49. Washington St. 17
Wyoming 27, Utah 24

Assocdated Press Top 2
The new Associated Press tap 25 College football poll
with results through Octobear 3. First-place mtes in
parenheses"
Team Rec. Pts. Prev.
1. Ohio tate (66) 4-0 1,746 1
2. Nebraska (1# 50 1,640 2
3-IJCWA(1) 3-0 1.575 4
4. Tennessee 4-0 1,541 3
5. Kansas State (2) 4-0 1,519 5
6. Florida 41 1.326 8
7. Georgia 40 1,313 12
S. Florida State 41 1,235 9
9. Virginia 50 1,219 10
10. Arizona 5-0 1,043 14
11. Louisiana State 3-1 1,010 6
12. Wisconsin} 5.0 937 13
13. Penin State 3-1 894 7
14. Colorado 50 755 15
15. Oregon 4-0 747 17
16. West Virginia 3-1 728 16
17. Virginia Tech 4-0 637 19
18. Texas A&M 4-1 594 18
19. Soufthern Cat 4-1 462 21
20. Arkansas 4.0 404 22
21. Missouri 31 288 23
22. Notre Dome 3-1 274 23
23. N4orth Carolina State 3-1 262 -
24. Syracuse 2-2 169 11
25. Tulare 40 114 -
SUSA Today/ESPN Top 25
The new USA Today/ESPN coaches top 25 college foot-
bal poll with results through October 3. First-place
votes p nttess

S t ti ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Who: Kelli Gannon
Hometown: Escondido, Calif.
High School: San Pasqual

Spot Field hockey
Veer Sophomore
Eligil4It: Sophomore

Why: Led the Michigan field hockey team to a pair of road wins this
weekend. Collected both goals in Friday's 2-0 win at Iowa, and added a
goal and two assists in yesterday's 32 victory at Northwestern.
Background: Named KWIK Goal/NFHCA High School All-American,.
County Player of the Year ... Attended the USFHA A Camp ... Earned
scholar letters in grades 9412 for outstanding grade point average..
Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Born Dec.
21, 1978.

INDOI
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t. 22nd - Dec. 19th

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Registration Deadline: October 12th,
Individual Registrations are welcome
Call (734) 913-4625 for Details
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Baseball Playoff Schedule
American League Championship Seis
Game 1 at New York; Tuesday, 8:07 p.m.
Game 2 at New York: Wednesday, 4:0~7 p.m.
Game 3 at Cleveland; Friday, 8:07 p.m.
Game 4 at Cleveland; Saturday. 7:07 p.m.
Game 5' at Cleveland; Oct. 11, 4:07 p.m.
Game 6' at New York: Oct. 13, 8:07 p.m.
Game 7" at New York; Oct. 14, 8:07 p.m.
National Leag" ue pionslip series
Game 1 at Atlanta; Wednesday. 8:15 p.m.
Game 2 at Atlanta; Thursday, 8:15 p.m.
Game 3 at San Diego; Saturday, 4:15 p.m.
Game 4 at San Diego; Oct. 11, 7:45 p.m.
Game 5' at San Diego; Oct. 12, 8:10 p.m.
Game 6" at Atlanta; Oct. 14. 4:20 p.m.
Game 7" at Atlanta; Oct. 15. 8:15 pm.
" it necessary

NFL Standings
National Football Conference

American Football Conference

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Team
1. Ohio State (54)
2, Nebraska (6)
3. UCLA (1)
4. Kansas State (1)
5. Tennessee
6. Florida
7..Georgia
8.'Virginia
9. Florida State
10. Wisconsin
11. Arizona
12. Louisiana State
13. Penn State
14. Colorado
_15. Virg~na Tech
16. Oregon
17. West Virginia
18. Texas A&M
19. Arkansas
20. Southern California
21. Missouri
22. Not~re pDa
23. North Carolina State
24. Syracuse
25. Tulane

Rec.
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1,391
1,362
1.333
1.165
1,149
1,130
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726
650
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348
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NFC Eas
Tea
Dallas
Arizona
N.Y. Giants
Philadelphia
Washington
NFC Con"ra
Team
Green Bay
Minnesota
Tampa Bay
Detroit
Chicago
N4FC West
Tem
San Francisco
New Orleans
Atlanta
St. Louis
Carolina

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AFC East
Team W L
Miami 3 1
New England 3 1
N.Y. Jets 2 2
Buffalo 1 3
Indianapolis 1 4

AFC Central
Team
Jacksonville
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Cincinnati
Tennessee
AFC West
Team
Denver
Kansas City
Kansas City
Oakland
San Diego

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4
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STR
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W2
W1
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STR
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STR
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W3
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M en'e u~s Gol at Legends Of Indiana 8 am .
Tuesday
Men's Inuit at Legends of Indiana,.a8m.
Wednesday
Voiyba vs. Michigan State, Cliff Keen Arena, 7 p.m.
Friday
Vioms's Ctoss Country at Michigan Intercollegiate.
TBA
Mield Hockey vs. Ohio State, Ocker Field, 3 p.m.
Volleyball vs. Minnesota, Cliff Keen Arena, 7 p.m.
Socom vs. Indiana, MIchigan Soccer Facility. 4 p.m.
Saturday
Mn's Craw s Ctry at Murray Keatinge Invitational,
9 am7.
Sunday
MMa~ ' olf at Xavier Invitational, 9 a.m.
Fkid Hockey vs. Penn State, Ocker Field, 1 P.M.
Soccer at Illinois, I p m.
ice Hockey vs. take Superior State. Yost Ice Arena.,
p.m.

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