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-2C THE PALM BEACH POST MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1997 c Two Cents' Worth TODAY IN HISTORY: In 1984, Doug Flutie, whose stunning ' last-second Hail Mary pass that ; lifted Boston College over Miami ' probably influenced voters, became the 50th Heisman Trophy ; winner. WHO AM I? The title I won 24 years ago made me the first pro golfer to reach $2 million in earnings. The first thing I said was not: "I'm going to Disney World." STAT OF THE DAY: When Notre Dame's Allen Rossum scored against Hawaii on the first play of the game by returning an interception for a TD, he set an NCAA record with nine career returns for scores three punts, three kickoffs and three interceptions. Some ex-coaches can be a problem. I've asked Dean's advice on a lot of things ... he has gladly given me advice and he hasn't butted in." BILL GUTHRIDGE, Dean Smith's successor at North Carolina. People in sports Stanford beats Butler at the line PAGE HI Men's Top 25 college basketball Florida upset on last-second shot - Now he has the second-best job Palm Beach Post Wire Services North Carolina coach Bill Guthridge, who takes his team to Chicago for the Great Eight after playing in the Great Alaska Shootout, seems very much at ease as Dean Smith's successor. Guthridge calls it a whirlwind experience. About the only that took him by surprise was getting a police escort to the bench for home games. "It's been quite a change, although I'm just moving over one seat," Guthridge said. "I always felt I had the best job in college basketball, in that Dean let me do about anything I wanted to do. And - I could make about any decision I wanted to. And if I didn't want to make it, I could always say you have to go ask Coach Smith. Now, I don't have that luxury. I have to make the decisions." ; Why players don't get their own poll ', "Arizona is real good, North Carolina is real good, Duke is real good," Kansas center Raef LaFrentz said Friday after the Jayhawks beat Florida State in the NIT championship game. "But I give the vote to us because that's something I want." Have you heard ... ; B Michael Jordan is the richest athlete in the world, regaining ; the top spot in the Forbes list for the fifth time in six years and ; displacing Mike Tyson at No. 1. Jordan will earn $78.3 million in 1997, the magazine estimated, getting $31.3 million from the Chicago ! Bulls and $47 million from endorsements and other income. No. 2 is I heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield at $54.3 million, earning ; $53 million in prize money and $1.3 million in endorsements. Boxer ; Oscar De La Hoya in third at $38 million, followed by Formula One J driver Michael Schumacher at $35 million, Tyson at $27 million J and golfer Tiger Woods at $26.1 million. Miami Heat center Alonzo jj Mourning is 20th at $13.2 million. Golfers Greg Norman of Jupiter f Island and Jack Nicklaus of Lost Tree Village are 11th and 38th at 1 $16.2 million and $9.3 million, respectively. (List, IOC) ! Bernie Lincicome in the Chicago Tribune, on a news release ; he'd like to see: "Sports announcer Marv Albert wants it made clear that his appearance on the Andes Mountain Network's Good Morn-'i ing Bolivia program will be his last public word on his court case, ', except for a pending commitment to a public-access cable show in Tierra del Fuego." Ihe Associated Press SANTA BARBARA, Calif. Stephanie Shadwell hit a 17-footer as time expired her only points of the game to give UC Santa Barbara an 88-86 victory over No. 5 Florida on Sunday. Murriel Page of Florida (4-2) made a layup with 10 seconds remaining to tie the game, setting the stage for Shadwell's game-winning shot for UCSB (3-2). BNo. 1 Tennessee 74, Portland 51: Misty Greene came off the bench to score 16 points and the Lady Vols (6-0) beat the Pilots (3-2) in Portland, Ore. B No. 2 Old Dominion 77, Louisville 39: Nyree Roberts scored eight of Old Dominion's first 11 points and the Lady Monarchs (4-0) beat the Lady Cardinals (2-2) to win their fourth consecutive Dial Soap Classic in Norfolk, Va. BNo. 7 Vanderbilt 91, North Texas 51: Lisa Ostrom scored 16 points to lead the Commodores (4-0) past the Lady Eagles (2-3). B No. 8 Illinois 77, No. 15 Duke 65: Tauja Catchings and Ashely Berggren scored 17 points apiece as the Fighting Illini (3-1) won the San Juan Shootout in Puerto Rico with a victory against the Blue Devils (4-1). Women's Top 25 college basketball : BNo. 13 Georgia 70, Clemson 67: Pam Irwin! scored 22 points to lead the; Lady Bulldogs (3-0) against the' Lady Tigers (3-2) in Athens,-Ga. ! BNo. 16 Colorado 53,; Rice 49: LaShena Graham; scored 17 points to lead the Buffaloes (3-0) past the Owls' (4-2) in the final of the Coors! Classic tournament in Boulder, ; Colo. - ! BNo. 17 Alabama 77, Indiana 70: Dominique Canty I had 26 points and the Crimson Tide (3-2) beat the Hoosiers (3- j 2) in the third-place game in the j Rainbow Wahine Classic in Ho-1 nolulu. ! B Washington 63, No. 20; Iowa 62: Jamie Redd scored 20 1 points as the Huskies (3-0) beat the Hawkeyes (2-3) to win thei Prairie Lights Classic in Iowa! City, Iowa. j LATE SATURDAY ! Blowa State 61, No. 17! Alabama 58: Jayme Olson scored 22 points to help the j Cyclones (4-1) come from be-' hind to upset the Crimson Tide ! (2-2) in the Rainbow Wahine j Basketball Classic in Honolulu. ! on page 3A every Mondavi. Palm Beach Post Wire Services HILO, Hawaii Stanford scored 19 of its last 21 points from the free-throw line Sunday night as the No. 15 Cardinal held off Butler for a 99-86 victory in the championship of the Big Island Invitational Tournament. Kris Weems scored 29 points to lead Stanford (4-0). Mark Mad-sen added 17 points, Peter Sauer 16 and Arthur Lee 15. Butler (4-2) got within 47-40 with 5:27 left in the third period, but Tim Young converted a three-point play for Stanford, which led by at least 10 points the rest of the way. BUTLER (4-1) - Rogers 4-9 2-2 11, Neuhouser 3-1 2-2 1, van Rijn 2-3 0-2 4, Dudukovich 0-2 0-0 0, Frailer 2-4 2-2 6, Hirschy 3-4 5-5 11, Graves 9-15 4-4 27, Pflugner 0-2 2-2 2, Hicks 2-5 14 11, Gieseck 0-0 6-6 6. Totals 25-54 30-33 86. STANFORD (44) - Sauer 5-10 4-5 16, Madsen 64 5-8 17, Young 4-5 1-1 , Weems 1-17 9-9 29, Lee 3-6 7-1 15, McDonald 0-1 0-0 0, Moseley 1-2 04 3, Collins 04 2-2 2, Vendez 0-2 0-0 0, Tshionyi 0-14-4 4, Van Els-wyk M 0-0 2, Seaton 1-10-12. Totals 29-52 32-38 99. Half time Stanford 99, Butler 86. Three-point goals-Butler 6-19 (Graves 5-8, Rogers 1-4, Hicks 0-2, Hirschy 0-2, Neuhouser 0-3), Stanford 9-27 (Weems 4-10, Lee 2-5, Sauer 2-6, Moseley 1-2, McDonald 0-1, Tshionyi 0-1, Mendez 0-2). Fouled out-Graves, Young. Rebounds-Butler 21 (Neuhouser 5), Stanford 36 (Madsen 9). Assists-Butler 14 (Rogers 6), Stanford 23 (Lee 8). Total fouls-Butler 28, Stanford 23. A-NA. INo. 23 Rhode Island 86, Boston University: Tyson Wheeler scored 23 points and the Rams (2-1) defeated Boston University (1-2), ending the Terriers' 15-game home winning streak. RHODE ISLAND (1-1) - Mobley 3-9 0-0 7, Wheeler 8-12 2-4 23, Murphy 1-4 0-0 3, Reynolds-Dean 5-9 1-3 11, Clay 5-9 2-4 13, Jefferson 1-7 0-0 2, King 8-10 0-0 21, Bennett 1-2 54 7. Totals 32-62 10-17 86. BOSTON UNIVERSITY (1-2) - Folk 5-15 0-1 14, Beard 0-10-0 0, Seal 2-6 0-0 6, Brown 6-12 3-7 16, Cur-ley 2-9 1-2 5, Fearrington 0-1 0-1 0. Costello 3-7 0-2 7, Michin 1-5 3-4 5, Areve 4-6 1-2 9, Giannoulias 0-1 0-0 0, Evans 0-11-2 1. Totals 23-64 9-21 63. Half time-Rhode Island 44, Boston College 27. Three-point goals-Rhode Island 12-22- (King 5-5, Wheeler 5-8, Mobley 1-3, Murphy 1-3, Jefferson 0-3). Boston University 8-17 (Folk 4 8, Seal 2-4, Brown 1- 1, Costello 1-3, Fearrington 0-1). Fouled out Bennett. Rebounds-Rhode Island 44 (Clay 13), Boston University 36 (Brown II). Assists-Rhode Island 4 (Wheeler, Murphy, Jefferson, King 1), Boston University 8 (Fearrington 4). Technical-Reynolds. Total fouls-Rhode Island 17, Boston University 18. A-1,869. No. 18 Oklahoma 86, Ha- waii-Hilo 70: Reserve Evan Wiley scored 29 points, leading the Sooners (4-2) past the Vulcans (0-3) to take seventh place at the Big Island Invitational Tournament in Hilo, Hawaii. OKLAHOMA (4-2) - Humphrey 5-6 5-8 15, Stone 0-3 3-4 3, Allison 1-6 2-3 5, Naera 1-4 0-0 2, Brewer 2-9 5-6 9, Johnson 0-4 3-4 3, Martin 7-13 0-0 16, Wiley 12-15 5-9 29, Spaulding 0-2 4-4 4. Totals 28-62 27-38 86. HAWAII-HILO (0-3) - Jenkins 10-17 6-8 26, Claytor 0-5 0-0 0, Ellis 4-6 0-0 9, Thomas 2-8 1-2 6, Llndstrom 3-6 2-3 8, Culberson 1-5 4-5 6, Carvalho 0-12-2 2, Hansen 0-0 1-2 1, Torres 1-3 2-3 4, Riewerts 0-1 0-0 0, Pa-dovan 1-1 0-0 3, Yule 1-1 04 2, Grace l-l 1-3 3. Totals 24-56 19-28 70. Half time-Oklahoma 35, Hawaii-Hllo 29. Three-point goals-Oklahoma 3-20 (Martin 2-7, Allison 1-6, Spaulding 0-1, Johnson 0-2, Brewer 0-4), Hawaii-Hilo 3-19 (Padovan 1-1, Thomas 1-2, Ellis 1-3, Jenkins 0-1, Lindstrom 0-1, Carvalho 0-1, Riewerts 01, Torres 0- 2, Culberson 0-3, Claytor 0-4). Fouled out-Stone, Jenkins. Rebounds-Oklahoma 37 (Humphrey 8),' Hawaii-Hilo 41 (Jenkins II). Assists-Oklahoma 17 (Brewer, Johnson 5), Hawaii-Hilo 14 (Thomas 7). Total fouls-Oklahoma 24, Hawaii-Hilo 25. A-1,200 i ne muiumimon-seuing kxb group tsoyz li Men will perform ; in the Super Bowl half-time show in San Diego with a salute to Motown's 40th anniversary. Other acts in the show will be the Four Tops) and Smokey Temptations, the Tops (formerly ' UAIt HfiAII winning the 1973 Disney World On the On television the re vou readv for some football! SEBASTIAN 388-977 ST LUCIE 4445 . ft ''Enter the Pizza Post Pigskin contest (details BOCA RATON 451-2806 ROYAL PALM BEACH 795-W6 DflRAY BEACH 5-l 177 JUPITER '' 575-1 100 BOYNTOM BEACH WEST PALM BEACH 4711 102 WELLINGTON 795-8500 PALM CITY STUART 28J-8855 Win WEST PALM BEACH FT. PIERCE 533-38M 4661884 PORT 678 VERO VERO BEACH 7700404 -2 JVs Grand prize: 6 tickets to the December 22 DolphinsPatriots game, $200 cash & 5 piiz coupons! BEACH 7788002 weekly?? CONTESI RUIES. Enter 'he Pizza Posl Piasum f Scores IOC in Caguas, Puerto Rico. LATE SATURDAY No. 1 Arizona 97, North Carolina-Asheville 69: Michael Dickerson scored 20 points and the Wildcats (4-1) overcame a sloppy first half to beat North Carolina Asheville (2-3). No. 4 North Carolina 73, No. 6 Purdue 69: Shammond Williams made a three-pointer with 1:24 left and sank two free throws with seven seconds remaining to give the Tar Heels (6-0) a victory over the Boilermakers (5-1) in the championship of the Great Alaska Shootout. No. 8 Kentucky 76, No. 13 Clemson 61: Wayne Turner started a 15-2 run with a baseline jumper and had nine of his 17 points in the second half as the Wildcats (4-1) broke away from Tigers (3-2) in the Premier Classic in Phoenix. No. 10 New Mexico 86, San Jose State 57: Kenny Thomas had 21 points, 15 rebounds and a career-high eight assists as the Lobos (5-0) extended their home winning streak to 31 games with a win over San Jose State (0-4). No. 14 Iowa 101, Long Island University 69: The Blackbirds (2-3), which won their previous game by an NCAA-record 117 points, were on the losing end of a rout against the host Hawkeyes (3-0). No. 15 Stanford 70, Val paraiso 65: The Cardinal (3-0) made 19 of 24 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off a furious comeback by the Crusaders (1-3) in the Big Island Invitational tour nament m Hilo, Hawaii. AREA COLLEGES Aquinas 122, PBCC 100 The Panthers (2-4) lost in the finals of the junior college NIT in Ocala despite 27 points by Spanish River graduate B.J. Hill. PBCC (2-4) - Connor 6 1-4 15, X. Williams 3 2-2 10, Ferreira 1 0-0 3, Arroyo 5 0-0 11, Melayess I 0-0 3, Fenton 4 1-2 9, Hill 10 3-4 27, R. Williams 5 1-2 II, Asbury 4 3-6 11. Totals 39 12-20 100. 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Basketball: Teresa Edwards scored 25 points to lead the Atlanta Glory (8-9) to a 74-67 victory over the Portland Power (12-6) in an American Basketball League game at the University of Georgia in Athens Adrienne Goodson's 19 points led the host Philadelphia Rage over the New England Blizzard 95-76. O Horse racing: Edgar Prado lost the first nine races at Laurel Park (Md.), including the $60,000 Heavenly Cause Stakes, but finally won his 500th race of the year. Prado, aboard Hardball in the 10th, became only the fourth jockey to win at least 500 races in a year Ryafan held off fast-finishing Maxzene to win the $700,000 Matriarch Stakes at Hollywood Park in Inglewood, Calif., by a head. Tennis: Andre Agassi and Armenia's Sargis Sargsian will meet today in the final of the HealthSouthUSTA Men's Challenger in Burbank, Calif. Both singles and doubles finals were rained out Sunday. 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