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2B The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 26, 1998

IHow the new AP top 25 Fared
The new Assocated Press top 25 college oalWl poll wl~h results throgh Nov. 9, fist-plae votes in parentheses.

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Nowr tfRyfard

1. Ohio State (64)
2. UCCA (1)
3. Tennessee (3)
4. K~ansas State (2)
5. Florida State
6. Florida
7. Nebraska
$, Texas A&M
9, Wisconsin
10. Penin State
11. Georgia
,12, Oregon
>13. Arizona
14. Arkansas
15. Virginia
16. Notre Dame
17, Syracuse
18r Misoi
19 Tulane
20. Virginia Tech
2Z. West Virginia
22. fchlpn
23. Georgia Tch
2j4. Colorado
25, Miami (Fla.)

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Beat Nrthwestern 36-10
Beat California, 2&-16
Beat Alabama, 35-18
Beet Iowa State. 52-7
Beat No. 20 Osorgla Tech, 34-7
Idle
Oat No. 19 Missouri, 2113
Beat No. 25 Texas Tech, 1710
Beat Iowa, 31.0
idle
Beat Kentucky. 2826
OWa Southern Cal. 17-13
Ileat NE Louisiana, 45,7
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Beat NC State. 23-13
Beat Army. 20617
idle
Let to No. 7 Nebraska, 20-13
Beat Rutgers, 5224
Beet AlabaSlrnrmhm, 41.0
Lost torso. 25 Miami., 34-31
OwK lima, 21-10
Lost to No. 5 Forida State, 34-7
Lst to Kansas, 3347
Beat No. 21 Wet Vrgiinia. 3431

at Indiana
vs. Stanford
at South Carolina
at Kansas
vs. North Carolina
vs& No. 11 Georgia
vs. Texas
at Oklahoma State
idle
V&. Illinois
vs& No -f Florida
at No. 13 Arizona
vs. No. 1.2 Oregon
at Auburn
at Wake Forest
vs& Baylor
vs. Pittsburgh
at texas Tech
vs. SW Louisiana
vs. No. 21 West Virginia
at No. 20 Virginia Tech,
at unesst
at Mryland
Idle
vs. fBoston Colle

USA' Today/ESPN
coaches poll
The new USA Today/ESPN coaches top 25 college foot-
ball poll. First-olace votes in parentheses,
TeaM Rec. Pb. Prey.
L Ohio State (55) 7-0 1,543 1
2. UCLA (1) 6,0 1,453 2
3, K~ansas State (5) 7.0 1412 3
4. Tennessee (1) 6-0 1,402 4
5. Florida 6.1 1,274 5
6. Florida State 7-1 1,233 6
7. Nebraska 71 1,134 7
8. Wisconsin 8- 0 1.130 8
9. Texas A&M 7.1 1,018 10
10. Penn State 5.1 1,008 9
11. Georgia 6&1 891 11
12. Arkansas 60 808 12
13. Oregon 6-1 806 14
14. Virginia 6-1 739 15
15. Arizona 7.1 709 16
16. Notre Dame 51 521 20
17. Virginia Tech 6-1 471 21
18. Tulane 80 451 23
19. Syracuse 42 424 22
20, West Virginia 4-2 318 13
21. Mmist 5-2 302 18'
24 WNW Si 52 179 -
23. Air Force 6-1 170 -
24. Georgia Tech 52 153 19
25.Colorado 6.2 14,3 17
Club Sports
To get your olub sports' results in the Daily,
call the sports desk at 647-3338 before 3 p.m,
on Sunday. To get dates and locations of
events published, call befoe 5 p-rn. on
Wednesday, or e-mail
clubsportsedaily~michbedu
Warrn's iscrwe.
Michigan 9, Wisconsin,4
Michigan 6, Ilnois 4
Michigan 7, Pttsburgh 2
Michign9 X~vior4

USCHO
Hockey Poll
U.S. oe Hc e O~epal
(Octb.1 1998
Al ecnb tvs~Oct.19

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(ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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Who: Josh Blackburn
Hometown: Choctaw, Okla.
Position: Goaltender

Sport Hockey
Year. Freshman
Eligibillty: Freshman

Rank Te

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1 Boston College (24) 2-0-0

292

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North Dakota (6)
Maine
Colorado College
Mithian State
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Clarksoni

00--W 269
2-0- 18M
0-" 0 180
1.01 138
2-1.0 U*3
0-0-0 3120
5-0-0 107
1-0-0 61

Why: The freshman goaltender played both games against Alaska-
SFairbanks this past weekend, helping the Wolverines to a 6-1 victory
Friday and a 2-1 win Saturday night. Blackburn stopped a combined 37a
shots in the two games, and kept the Nanooks from tying the score in ;
the final 4:11. of Saturday's win.
Background: Named CCHA rookie of the week for the week of Oct. 1,1
.Earned a shutout in his first career start at home Oct. 11 against
Lake Superior ... Rooms with fellow freshman goattender K~evin Blackburn
O'M alley .. Enrolled in the Division of Kinesiology.

8 Notre Demne
9 New Hampshire
9 t iStage

Others receivin vots Northern Michigan 35,
Boston University 24, Wisconsin 16, Minnesota
13, Princeton 12, Rensselaer 12, St. Cloud 7,
Niagara 6, Ferris State 4. St, Lawrence 2,
Yale 2
Hockey Summaries

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CCHA Stndings
Rank 4R W
1 Notre Dame 6 5
2 Mlchigan 3 3-
3 Bowling Green 4 2.
4 Northern Michigan 2 2-
Michigan St. 3 1"
FerrsState 4 2-
7 Ohio State 4 1-
Western Michigan 4 1-
9 Miami (Ohio) 4 t}
10 Afeskao Fairbanks 2 4
Lake Superior St. 4 0.

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6- 1-0 26
4-1-0 17
3.-1 1.9
6.0-0 28
2-02 15
2-2-0 11
1-4-1 158
1- 2.1 5
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1.3-0 8
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Michigan 6, Alaska-Fairbanks I.
Michigan 1 3 2 -6
Alaska-Fair 0 1 0 - 1

Are you ready for
the December 5th LSAT?
Courses start this weekend! It's not too late!

Fist period -1. UM, Rominski 2 (Trainor, Hayes)
15:47 Penaltieks- UM, Vancik (hooking) 2:13; UAF,
Wynia (slashing) 7:55; UAF, Tiemstra (cross check-
ing) 8:49; UM, Vancik (boarding) 11:40; UM,
Langfeld (high sticking) 17:07; UAF, Kirwani (cross
checking) 17:07.
Second pedidj--1. UAF, Zianger I (Grosul,
Rocheleau) 1:01; 2. UM, Van Ryn 2 (Huntzicker)
3:21, ppg; 3. UM, Befenzweig 1 (Comrie, Langfeld)
10:06, ppg; 4. UM, Matzka (unassisted) shig.
Penatles -- UAF, McNeill (interference) 1:25; UM,
Langfeld (slashing) 1:39; UAF, Borro (roughing)
3:09; UAF, Coady (slashing) 3:09; UM, Langfeld
(holding) 4:25; UM, Rominski (cross checking)
7:55; UAF, Andrews (cross checking) 7:55; UAF,
Tiemstra (hooking) 8:27; UM, Crawford (high stick-
Ing) 15:48; UAF, Coady (cross checking) 19:21;
UM, Ritchlin (roughing) 20:00; UAF, Kirwan (rough-
ing) 20:00: UM, Jiilson double minor (roughing)
20:00; UAF, Hallet double minor (roughing) 20:00;.
Third period - 5. UM, Kosick 2 (Van Ryn, Comrie)
3:20; 6. UM, Rtchlin 1 (Hayes, Huntzicker) 8:45,
Penalties -- UM, Langfeld (charging) :36; UAF,
Jan05 (interference) 1:16; UAF, Wynia (high stick-
ing) 3:41; UM, Corrie (high sticking) 6:13; UM,
Vancik (high sticking) 10:44: UAF, Kirwan (high
sticking); UAF, McNeill (slashing) 17:22.
Shotsaon goat - UM 8-15-13 - 36; UAF, 9-7.5 -
21.
Power Plays - UM, 2 of 10: UAF 0 of 7.
Saves - UM, Blackburn 9-6-5 - 20; UAF, Perkins
7-12-11 - 30.
Referee - Brent Rutherford.
Unlesmren - Rufus King, Chris Miles,
At: Carlson Center. A: 3,750

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Class 2 ~Tue. Nov 3 63-3
Class 3 ~Thu. Nov 5 6:-:0
Clss 4Su. Nov 87 1-4
Class 7 Sun. Nov 15 1-
Class 8 ~Tue. Nov 170 3-93
Class 9 ~Thu. Nov 192 3-3
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MIchigan 2, Alaskuaarbanks 1
Michigan 1 1 0 - 2
Alaska-Fair 0 0 1 - 1
Fant peuiod - 1. UM, Rominski 3 (Berenzweig),
ppg. Penatltes- UAF, Barren, (hooking) 5:37; UAF,
faros (hooking) 8:36; UM, Merrick (tripping) 12:33;
UM, Crawford (holding the stick) 17:12.
Second period -- 2. UM, Van Ryn 3 (1-unzicker,
Kosick) 15:30, ppg. Penetles --UM, Crawford (trip-
ping) 1:11; UAF, Borro (holding) 6:46; UAF, Jaros
(checking from behind) 7:33. UM, Koch (interfer-
ence) 8:21, UM, Gassoff (interference) 12:21; UAF,
Lawrence (cross checking) 14:38.
Third period -1. UAF, Tiemstra 1 (Lawrence)
15:49. Penaltes- UM, Merrick (checking from
behind) 3:01; UAF bench minor (too many men)
5:30; UAF, Borro (high sticking) 9:40; UM,
Rominski (holding) 12:30.
Slots on goal- UM, 611-8 -25; UAF, 8-$5-5
18.
Power Plays - UM, 2 of 7; UAF, 0 of 8,
Saves - UM, Blackburn 8-5-4 - 17; UAF, Perkins
5108 -23.
Referee - Brent Rutherford.
Linesmen - Mark Norum. Rick Redick.
At: Carlson Center. A: 3,579

By Aaron Sanderfor
Kentucky Kernel
(U-WIRE) LEXINGTON, Ky. -
She's got legs, and the Kentucky Cool
Cats know how to use them. Kentucky
alumnae Ashley Judd appears on the
new schedule poster for the club hockey
team wearing little more than a jersey.
The bold picture is expected to help
bolster attendance for Kentucky 's
Halloween home weekend games.
"I have to take credit for that"
General Manager Ian Ward said of the
poster: "We're always fighting for fans."
So Ward did what good promoters do
and looked for a break, and he found it
close to home. A team parent told him
that five of his players were living with
Judd's cousin Richie Thompson, and that

was all the inspiration Ward needed,,-
Thompson asked his cousin if site
would take a picture in the jersey,, and
she agreed. But he never expected this.
"We got it back, and it was,- like,
Wow,"' he said. --
But there's only one way to get-the
poster: You must attend the home~ gamne
on Poster Night Oct. 30.-,
For those who wonder what havig
half-naked Judd wearing a jersey'h~slo
do with hockey, Ward doesn't apologiz.
"It's the same as what it has to do
with any other sport when you're pro-
moting it,"he said. "Ashley Judd is an
alumnus, she is a great actress, and.hc is
a very attractive lady. If she helps ur.ut,
then it won't matter what it has' todo
with hockey."

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