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How the AP Top 25 Fared -- football
The last Associated Press top 25 college football poll with results in each bowl. Final
records in parentheses.

Team
1. Tennessee (13-0)
2.Florida State (111)
3. Ohio State (11.1)
4. Kansas State (11-2)
5. Arizona (12-1)
6. UCLA (10-2)
7. Florida (14-2)
8. Texas A&M (11-3)
9. Wisconsin (11.1)
10. Tulane (12-0)
11. Arkansas (3.3)
12. Georgia Tech (14~2)
13. Virginia (9-3)-
14. Nebraska (9.4)
19. Michigan (1043)
16. Air Force (12-1)
17. Notre [game (9.3)
18. Syracuse (&4)
19. Georgia (9-3)
20. Texas (93)
21. Oregon (8.4)
22. Penn State (9-3)
23. Missouri (&4)
24. Miami (9.3)
25. MIssiss ppir State (8-5)

Result
beat No. 2 Florida State 23-16
lost to No. I Tennessee 2316
beat No. 8 Texas A&M 24-14
Wos to Purdue 37-34
beat No. 14 Nebraska 23-20
lost to No. 9 Wisconsin 38-31
beat No. 18 Syracuse 31.10
lost to No. 3 Ohio State 24-14
beat No. 6 UCLA 38 31
beat Brigham Young 41-27
lost to No. 15 Michigan 45.31
beat No. 17 Notre Dame 35.28
lost to No. 19 Georgia 35.33
lost to No.85 Arizoa 23-20
beat No.11t Arkansas 45.31
beat Washington 45-25
lot to No. 12 Georgia Tech 35.28
lost to No. 7 Florida 31.10
beat No. 13 Virginia 35-33
breat No. 25 Mississippi State 38.11.
lsto oloradlo 5143
beat Kentucky 26144
beat West Virginia 34.31
beat North Carolina State 46.23
lost to No. 20 Txas 38-11

Bowl
Fiesta Bowl.
Fiesta Bowl.
Sugar Bowl.
Alamo Bowl,
Holiday Bowl.
Rose Bowl:
Orange Bowl.
Sugar Bowl.
Rose Bowl.
Liberty Bowl.
Citrus Bowl.
Gator Bowl.
Peach Bowl.
Holy Bowl.
Citrus Bowl.
Oahu Bowl.
Gator Bowl,
Orange Bowl.
Peach Bowl.
Cotton Bowl.
Aloha Bowl.
Outback Bowl.
lnsight~com.
Moron PC Bowl.
Cotton Bowl.

USA Today/ESPN NCAA
football Top 25
The new top 25 college football poll with results
through January 5. First-pace votes in parentheses.
Team Rec. Pts. Prev.
1. Tennessee (621 13-0 1.550 1
2. Ohio State 11-1 1,473 3
3. Florida State 11-2 1,376 2
4. Arizona 12-1 1,347 6
5. Wisconsin 11-1 1,289 8
6. Florida 10-2 1,282 7
7. Tulane 12(1 1,117 10
8. UCLA 10-2 998 5
9. Kansas State 11-2 991 4
10. Air Force 12-1 971 13
11. Georgia Tech 10-2 932 14
12. MichIsn 10-3 863 15
13. Texas A&M 11-3 839 9
14, Georgia 9.3 677 19
15. Penn State 9-3 640 20
16, Texas 9-3 577 22
17. Arkansas - 9-3 566 11
18. Virginia 9-3 485 12
19. Virginia Tech 9-3 471 24
20. Nebraska 9-4 321 1.6
21, MiarmiFla) 9-3 -291 -
22. Notre Dame 9-3 256 18
23. Purdue 9-4 233 -
24. Syracuse 8.4 x92 17.'
25. Missouri 8-4 171 -

First-place votes in parentheses.-
Team Ilow they fared
1. Connecticut idle
2. Duke idle
3. Cincinnati Beat Marquette, 7556
4. Stanford Beat Oregon. 77-59
5. Maryland idle
6. Kentucky at South Carolina, inc.
7. UCLA Beat Arizona State, 88-850OT
8. Arizona Beat Southern Cal. 87-78
9. Purdue idle
10. St. Johns Beat Niagara, 115-70
11. North Carolina idle
12. Michigan State idle
13. Indiana Lost to Michigan, 82-70
2.4. Auburn idle
15. New Mexico Lost to Fresrio State, 86-80
2.6. Minnesota idle
2.7. Iowa idle
18. Kansas idle
19. Arkansas idle
20. Syracuse at Villanova, inc.
21. Clemson vs. North Carolina State. inc.
22. Texas Chrsltian idle
23. Oklahoma State Idle
24. Wisconsin idle
25. California Beat Oregon State, 54-52

How the AP Top 25 Fared -- basketball
The new Associated Press tOP 25 men's basketball poll with results through January 5.

fe £tdttPtig-
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Next game
at Boston College, Wed.
vs. Georgia Tech, Wed.
vs. DePaul, Wed.
vs. No. 25 California, Sat,
at Virgna, Thurs.
at Vanderbilt, Sat.
at Oregon State, Thurs.
vs. Washington St. Thurs.
at Penn State, Wed,
at Miami, Wed.
at Florida State, Wed.
at No, 24 Wisconsin, Wed.
at Ohio State. Sat.
vs. No. 19 Arkansas. Wed.
vs. San Diego State, Thurs.
vs. Northwestern. Wed.
vs. Illinois, Thurs
at Baylor, Wed.
at No. 14 Auburn, Wed.
vs. Provdence, Tues.
vs. Wake Forest, Sat.
at Southern Methodist, Mon.
at Texas A&M. Wed.
vs. No. 12 Michigan St, Wed.
at No, 4 Stanford, Sat.

Who: Louis Bullock
Hometown: Temple Hills, Md.
High School: Laurel Baptist Academy

Sport: Basketball
Year: Senior
Eligibility: Senior

Why: Led the Michigan basketball team to a pair of conference victo-
ries over ranked opponents, notching 24 points Dec. 30 in a win over
No. 24 Wisconsin, and 20 in a victory over Nd: 8 Indiana.
Background: One of only 25 players named a candidate for the 1999
John Wooden All-America team and Player of the Year awards..
Michigan basketball record holder for most career 3-pointers, a mark
he held since his sophomore year ... McDonald's High School All-
America selection ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and Bullock
the Arts ... Born May 20, 1976.
Vols' fans jolly afteis fW
championship

College Football Bowl Recap

Bowl
Fiesta**
Rose*
Citrus
Outback
Sugar*
Gator
Cotton
Orange*
Independence
Peach
Sun
Liberty
Holiday
Humanitarian
Alamo
Micron PC
Music City
I nsight.com
Oahu
Aloha
Motor City
Las Vegas

Site
Tempe, Ariz.
Pasadena, Calif.
Orlando, Fla.
Tampa, Fla.
~New Orleans
Jacksonville, Fla.
Dallas
Miami
Shreveport, La.
Atlanta
El Paso, Texas
Memphis
San Diego
Boise
San Antonio
Miami
Nashville
Tucson
Honolulu
Honolulu
Pontiac
Las Vegas

Teams (overall record)
Tennessee 23, Florida State 16
Wisconsin 38, UCLA 31 ,
Michigan 45, Arkansas 31
Penn State 26, Kentucky 14~
Ohio State 24, Texas A&M 14{
Georgia Tech 35, Notre -Dame 28
Texas 38, Mississippi State 11
Florida 31, Syracuse 10
Mississippi.35, Texas Tech 18
Georgia 35, Virginia 33
Texas Christian 28, Southern Cal 19
Tulane 41, Brigham' Young 27-
Arizona 23, Nebraska 20
Idaho 42 vs. Southern Mississippi 35
Purdue 37, Kansas State 34
Miami 46, North Carolina State 23
Virginia Tech 38, Alabama 7
Missouri 34, West Virginia 31
Air Force 45, Washington 25,
Colorado 51, Oregon 43-
Marshall 48, Louisville 29
North Carolina 20, San Diego State 13
* *BCS national championship game

Date
Jan. 4, 1999
Jan.' 1, 1999
Jtan. 1, 1999
Jan.' 1, 1999
Jan, 1, 1999
Jan. 1, 1999
Jan, 1, 1999
Jan. 2, 1999
Dec. 31, 1998
Dec. 31, 1998
Dec. 31, 1998
Dec. 31, 1998
Dec. 30, 1998
Dec. 30, 1998
Dec. 29, 1998
Dec. 29, 1998
Dec. 29, 1998
Dec. 26, 1998
Dec. 25; 1998
Dec. 25; 1998
Dec. 23, 1998
Dec. 19, 1998

USA Today/ESPN NCAA
basketball Topp 25
The new USA Today/ESPN coaches top 25 college bas-
ketball poll with results through January 5. First-place.

votes in parentheses.
Team
1. Connecticut (23)
2. Dukie (6)
3. Cincinnati (1)
4. Stanford
5. Kentucky
6. Maryland
7: Purdue
8. UCLA
9. St. Johns
10. North Carolina
11. Arizona
12. Michigan State
13. Indiana
14. Auburn
15. New Mexico
16. Kansas
17. Minnesota
18. Arkansas
19. Iowa
20. Clemson
21. Syracuse
22. Oklahoma State
23. Wisconsin
24. Texas Christian
25. Ohio State

REc.
11-0
131
12-0
11-2
12-3
13-2
12-2
9-2
11-2
13-3
8.2
11-3
14-3
13-0
12-1
9-3
941
11-2
11-1
11-3
14-3
9- 3
12-3
11-2
12-3

Pts.
742,
716
693
642
608
581
520,
485
467
442
426
421
385.
374
311
292
278
233
211
205
139
128
110
50
.35

Prey.
1
2
3
5
6
4
11
12
7
13
10
15
17
14
18
19
24.
16
22
21
20

* Bowl Championship Series game

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -
Tennessee's hometown embraced the
Volunteers national championship foot-
ball team with a mad rush for souvenirs
and a day-after desire to capture the
moment forester.
Knoxville sports bars were packed
during the Volunteers 23-16 victory
Monday night with boisterous, cigar-
smoking, high-fiving fans. The city's
embrace was more low-key yesterday
morning as commemorative ball caps
appeared on the heads of sober down-
town workers.
"I think this was the year of destiny,
fate, call it whatever you want to,"' said
Volunteers fan Will Kirkpatrick. "I
think Tennessee was destined to make it
where they did this year."~
A small electronic sign behind the
counter of the downtown Post Office
flashed the message in orange pulses:
"A Perfect Season" - How Bout
Them ... Volunteers."
The Volunteers win over Florida
State capped a 13-0 season and gave the
university its first national football title
since 1951.
The university's official party
returned from Tempe, Ariz., yesterday
afternoon. But the players went their
separate ways with their families and
coach Phillip Fulmer was scheduled to
stop in Knoxville only long enough to
hop on another plane for a recruiting
trip.
An official celebration will have to
wait until next week, when Tennessee
students return from winter break.
Plans for a Jan. 16 celebration might be
scrapped because it's the same day as
Gov. Don Sundquist's inauguration.
"There are all these conflicts'
Deputy Mayor Gene Patterson said,
noting it also is falls on the weekend
before the Martin Luther King Jr. holi-
day. "But this only happens about once
every half-century, so we can't wait
until the next one."~

A W CCHA Standings

USCHO Cole
Hockey Top 10

Next
Opponents

Team
Michigan State
Michigan
Ohio State
Ferris State
Northern Michigan
Notre Dame
Bowling Green
Alaska Fairbanks
Western Michigan
Miami (Ohio)
Lake Superior

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Pts
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OVERALL
L T GP
3 2 21
4 2 19
8 2 20
S 3 17
9 0 22
6.' 2 18
.8 1 19
12 0 17
9 6 17
13 4 21
12 3 18

Results though Jan 4. First place votes in
parentheses
Team W L T Po
I .North Dakota (27)' 13 2 1 1
2. Maine (2) ' 12 1 4 4
3. Michigan State (1). 16 3 2 6
4. New Hampshire 13 4 15
S. ColoradloCollege 14 5 12

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Jan. 9
Jan 15.
Jan 16.
Jan 21.
Jan 23.
Jan 29.
Jan 30.

Ferris State
Ferris State

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&. Princeton
9. Notre Dame
10. Ohio State

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Western Mkhigan
Bowling Green
at Ohio State"
at Michigan State
at Notre Dame

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Ohio State 1 Michigan 0
Dec 26.
Michigan 4 Michigan Tech 1

Michigan State 5 Northern Michigan 3
Dec 27.
Michigan State 3, Michigan 1
Northern Michigan 8, Michigan Tech 1

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Ofthe receiving votes: Colgate 16,
Denver 14, tLUwerence 6, Niagara 5,'
Cornell 3, Clarkson 2, Rensselaer 2 -

Feb. 5 Lake Superior
Feb 6. Ohio State
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'Meanwhile, Mayor Victor Asheis
proposing to rename Stadium Drive on
the Tennessee campus in front' of
Neyland Stadium to Phillip Fulm
Way. -
Tostitos, sponsor of the Fiesta bowl,
flooded grocery stores with commemo-
rative bags of chips. And retailers with
Tennessee goods expected to sell mil-
lions of dollars in merchandise
Hundreds of fans rushed the Sport
Seasons store in an otherwise-closed
West Town Mall minutes after the game
ended shortly before midnight.
"I got here when it was 23-9 and as
soon as I got in the door, within tw~
minutes, there were two guys stadii)
outside," store manager Joey Smith
said. "And from then on it (the mer-
chandise) started to go."
His initial inventory was gone in a
hal f-hour.
Alan McCarter of Seymour bought
an armful of Tennessee shirts and capls.
"It was more or less whatever you
could get your hands on, and then seif
you wanted it or not" McCarter said
Souvenir makers Bacon & Co.
Knoxville and New Hampshire-basd
Pro Player cranked up their printing
operations as soon as the game was in
hand.
"We came in at about midnight and I
would say we will be here until mid-
night tonigh," Bacon & Co. spokesper-
son Jed Dance said. "Or maybe around
the clock again, if we can stand up'
At Tennessee Fever, anothe
Volunteers souvenir store, spokesm
John Weaver said fans were waiting
when he opened at 7:30 a.m. and half f
the 600 championship items he stockd
were sold by midday. . -C
What's selling ? "Hats, shirts,:.any-
thing that says 'Tennessee national
champions"' he said.
And more is on the way. "License
plates, trash cans, flags, ties, anything
you can put an orange T' on."
HAMPTON (61k RE
MIN WaA l-A 0-T A F M~
Belton 26 6-14 1-1 5-6 0 3 3
Williams 34 3-11 9-10 2-4 0 2 15
Farrington 31 412 0-0 0-3 0 3 2
Adams 23 2-6 1-2 03 0 1 $
Brown 20 310 0-0 1-4 1 4.8
Hawkins 22 0-2 0-0 1-4 3 0 0
Dunn 1 0-0 00 0000 0
Smith 10 0-2 0-0 1-2 8 0' 0
Young 13 02 3-302 1 3.
Hunter 17 25 1-2 1-3 1 4
Dowell 1 0-0 00 0-1 0 0
Jackson 2 0-0 000-0 00 0
Totals 200 2064 15181-25 14 20 1
F0%: .313. F1%: .833. 3-point F: 620, .300
(Farrington 49, Brown 2-5, Adams 0-2 Hawkins -
2, Smith 0-1 Young O1).Bocks: 0. Steals: 10
(Brown 3, Farrington 2, Adams 2, Williams,
Hawkins, Smith). Turnovers: 18 (Brown 4, Adai~s
3, Belton 2, Williams 2, Hawkins 2, Smith 2,
Farrington, Smith, Hunter). Technical Fouls: 0,-
MICHIGAN (77k F RE
lIN l-A l-A O-T A F P'TS
Asselin 20 3-7 2-5 1-3 1 3"''
Smith 23 1-7 1-1 1-4 3 2 3
Vignier 31 57 12 512 2 3
Reid 37 713 0-0 14 6 1
Bullock 33 817 34 1-6 3 3 22
Jones 22 47 2-4 1.6 2 2,11~I
Taylor 1 11 01 1-1 0 0 .2
Hunter 1 00 0-0 00 0 0#}0
Oliver 7 01 0-0 01 1 0 0
Yug 24 2-2 25 2-6 0 3""6
Szyndlar 1 00 00-1 000
Totals 200 31492 1122 144 1817 77
F0%: .500. FT%: .500. 3-point F: 419, .211'x
(Bullock 3-7, Jones 13, Reid 05, Smith 04).
Blocks: 5 (Smith 4. Young) Steals: 9 Reid 3,
Bullock 2, Jones 2, Asselin, Vigner). Turnovrs: 19
(Vignier 5, Reid 5, Smith 3, Asselin 2, Young 2,
Bullock, Jones). Technical Fouls: 0.
Hampton .................24 37 - 61
- Michigan ..............33 44 -77
At: Orisler Arena
A: 9623
WISCONSIN (55) yl
lIN M A la-A T A F PTa
Kowske 37 15 3B6 613 0 .3..5
Wills 17 12 0.0 2-3 0 2 2
Mason 35 921 78 14 1. 29
Calderwood 27 310 0-0 57 3 ~9
Kelley 35 03 4-4 1-4 2
Auriantal 11 02 22 0-00
Bryant 13 1-6 0-0 00 1-..w ..;2

Linton" 2 0-0 0-0 K0-1 0O'Y 0
Vershaw 23 1-2 "- 1-2 0 22
Totals 200 16.51 16.201536 7 3.5
FO%: .314. FT%: .800. 3-point FO: 7.26, .269~
( Mason 4-10, Calderwood 3.9, Bryant 0-5,
Auriantal 0-1, Kelley 0-1). Blocks: 1 (Kelle}}I
Steals: 6 (Calderwood 2, Kelley 2,. Mason, rynt),
Turnovers: 14 (Vershaw 4, Kowske 3, Mason ,
Calderwood 3, Linton). Technical Fouls: 0

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MaIN M.A la-A 0-T A F PTS
Asselin 26 3-3 1-2 1-4 2 5 7
Smith 37 4-8 4-4 1-2 0 1 12
Vignier 33 5.9 0-1 4-8 2 4 10
Reid 30 -2-11 2-4 0-2 4 2 6
Bullock 32 8-17 1-1 1-3 0 3 18
Jones 14 3-7 2-3 0-0 2 5 8
Taylor 4 0.1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Scott 1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0
Oliver 7 1.2 0-0 0.1 1 0 2
Young 15 0.0 0-2 1-3 0 5 0
Szyndlar 1 0.1 1-2 1-1 0 0 -1
Totals 200 2640 11-19 10-28 11 25 64
FG%: ,433. Ft%: .579. 3-point FG: 1-17, .059
( Bullock 1-7, Reid 0-6, Smith 0-2. Jones 0.1,
ndlar 0-1). Blocks: 0. Steals: 5 (Smith 3,
Bullock, Oliver). Turnovers: 19 (Bullock 6, Asselin
4, Smith 2, Reid 2, Oliver 2. Vignier, Jones).
Technical Fouls: 0
DUKE (108) F8 FT REB
laIN la-A la-A 0-T A F PTS
Carrawell 25 2-5 0-0 0-2 6 1 4
Battier 22 5-8 4-6 2-4 0 2 17
Burgess 24 8&9 0-1 1.6 1 1 16
Avery 26 2.5 2-2 1-3 11 4 7
Langdon 28 7-11 3-4 1-2 3 3 24
Caldbeck 3 0-0 0-0 00 00 0
Simpson 3 0.0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
James 17 3-6 4-4 1-6 0 3 10
Heaps 4 0-0 0-0 000'0 0
Domzalski 11 0-4 5-6 1-2 0 1 5
Brand 20 3-4 5-6 1-5 3 2 11.
Maggette 17 4-6 4-4 0-5 1 4 14
Totals 200 34-58 27-33 9.37 25 21 108
FG%: .586. FT%: .818. 3-point FG: 13-20, .650.
(Langdon 7-9, Battier 3-5, Maggette 2-3, Avery 1-
31. Blocks: 1 (Battier). Steals: 10 (Battler 2,
Langdon 2, Carrawell. Avery, James, Domzalski,
Brand, Maggette). Turnovers: 13 (James 3,
Carrawell 2, Langdon 2. Battier, Burgess, Avery,
Heaps, Maggette. Technical Fouls: 0.
Michigan...................29 35 -64
Duke .......................57 51-108
At: Cameron Indoor Stadium
A: 9,314
Smith 31 2-6 0.0 0.1 1 2 4
Vignier 37 4-7 0-0 3.9 0 4 8
Reid 37 4.11 0-0 0421 211
Bullock 29 5-13 4.4 1-5 5 4 15
Jones 24 26 0-0 0.1 1 2 5
Taylor 1 11 .0-0 00 00 2
Oliver 2 0.0 0-0 00 00 -0
Young 14 0.2 0.0 03 01 0
Totals 200 21-53 5.5 8-30 8 16 52
FG%: .396. FT%: 1.000. 3-point FG: 5-13._385
Red 36Bullock 1-3, Jones 1-2, Smith 0.2).
locks 3 (Vignier 2, Smith). Steals: 2 (Jones 2).
Turnovers: 16 (Reid 4, Asselin 3, Vignier 3, Bullock
2, Jones 2, Smith, team). Technical Fouls: 0
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laIN MAla-A 0- A F PTS
Asselin 25 5.5 3.4 3-5 0 4 13
Smith 24 5.8 0-0 0-0 1 1 11
Vignier 38 3.9 1-4 8-14 0 4 7
Reid 31 3.9 0-0 0-2 5 1 8
Bullock 36 6-18 5-6 2-7 2 2 20
Jones 20 1-4 0-0 1-3 3 2 2
Oliver 12 0.1 0.0 0-0 0 1 0
Young 14 1-3 0.0 1-3 1 2 2
Totals 200 24-57 9-14 18.38 1217 63
FG%: .421. FT%: .643. 3-point FG: 6-13- 462
(Bullock 3-6. Reid 2-5, Smith 1-1, Jones 0-1).
Blocks: 3 (Asselin, Vignier, Bullock). Steals: 7
(Smith 3, Bullock 2. Reid, Jones). Turnovers: 21
(Vignier 5, Smith 4. Reid 4, Bullock 4, Asselin 3,
Jones). Technical Fouls: 0
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