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8C THE PALM BEACH POST MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1997 ft c NFL game summaries Seminoles relying on other Bowden 1 AFC 3-25 t-424 3-0 5-50 32 01 3-21 7-454 3-1 MS 27:5 Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession 40. Bronson 20, Dolemen 20, Greene 14, Stubblefield 10, Mitchell 10, Smith 10, Thompson 10, Uwae-tuoke 144, Williams 10. Kansas City, Tongue 94, Hasty 80, Edwards 6-1 Woods 4-14, Williams 31 Carter 20, McDaniels 22, Manusky 20, Horn 2-0 Hughes 20, Simien 144, Thomas 11, Stoyonovich 10, Phillips 0-14. INTERCEPTIONS San Francisco, Walker 1-11. Kansas City, McMillian I-11 Carter 14. MISSED FIELD GOALS None. I ) 7 t-10 7 3 ll-M New York Burial 4 Miller 4-1 Strahan 3-1 Ellsworth 20, Holsey 1-3, Colman 1-0 K.Hamilton 10, Barber 10, Buckley 10, Daluiso 10, Maynard 10, Sanders I-0 Slone 10. Harris 0-2 Galyon 0-1-0. INTERCEPTIONS Tampa Bay, Abraham 1-16, Brooks 14. New York, Sparks 2-61, Wooten 1-53. MISSED FIELD GOAL New York, Dalusio47(WL). Interconference College polls AP Top 25 Jaguars 29, Ravens 27 tal jac First downs 17 23 Rushes-yards H-5B 31-91 Passing 163 313 v Punt Returns 1-13 4-43 ' KickoH Returns 1-127 4-104 Interceptions Ret. 1-40 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 1B-W-0 25-40-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-25 1-4 Punts 4-43 0 2-41.5 Futnbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards o-71 11-122 Time of Possession 24 49 35:11 altimoro 7 7 0 13-27 Jacksonville 1 1) la j- 0. Carolina. Lane 13-112. Greene 7-30. Beuerlem 1-20, Ismail I-la, A.Johnson V-6. PASSING New Orleans. Hobert 14-30- 1- 190. Carolina, Collins MM-BZ Beuerlem 17-27-1-168. RECEIVING New Orleans, Hill 4-40, I.Smith 4-39, Zellars 3-50, Hastings 2-39, Savoi 1-14. Carolina, Walls t-43, Ismail 6-102. Greene 5-35, Muhammad 3-40, Lane 1-7, Mills 1-3. TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS-New Orleans, Moiden 101, Tubbs 9-1-0, Knight 10, Fields 40, Newman 3-1-0, Allen 3-0-0, Glover 2-1-1, Harvey 2-1 Mitchell 2- 1 Tomich 20, McCrary 20, Cherry 10, Kelly 1-1 Martin 0-1 Greer 0-1 Carolina, Minter 70, Miller 6-1 Cota 5-1 Poole 50, Mills 40, King 30, Kragen 2-1 Royal 2-1 Davis 2-04, Lathon 20, Raybon 20, Campbell 20, Barrow 1-1 Terrell 1-1 Cook I-0-0, Fox 10, Seals 1-0-0, Gaskins 10, Johnson 10, Tatum 0-1-0. INTERCEPTIONS New Orleans, Knight 2-4, Newman 1-17. Carolina. Davis 1 MISSED FIELD GOALS-Carolina. Kasay26(BL). Falcons 24, Seahawks 17 Eagles 44, Bengals 42 By Craig Dokh Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Bobby Bowden is going to need some help from one of his kids if he's going to win another national championship. College football Cin Phi The Top Twenty Five rearm In The Ass . dated Press college (eerball poll, witft-first-pleco votes lit pomttieses, records through Nov. W, total points based on 2S . points for a first place vote through enl 1 point tor i 15th place veto and previous i ranking: j 29 27-124 373 2-16 8-137 1-21 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Interceptions Ret. Comp-Att-Int Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession 27 35-196 311 3-7 7-195 14 26-42-1 2-2 4-39.3 2-1 5-54 32:59 AM Sea First downs 14 19 Rushes-yards 25-72 25-123 Passing 201 228 Punt Returns 4-53 Ml Kickoff Returns 3-145 5-89 Interceptions Ret. 1-7 04 Comp-Att-Int 15-234 24-38-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-3 3-12 Punts 5-36.6 5-386 Fumbles-Lost 14 14 Penalties-Yards 3-20 5-35 Time of Possession 26:27 33:33 Atlanta 7 10 7 8-24 Seattle 8 7 7 1-17 27-47-1 1-5 3-35.7 3-2 5-30 27:01 14 0 7 21-42 7 17 10 10-44 Cincinnati Philadelphia First Quarter Bal Langham 40 interception return (Stover kick), 7:00. Jac-FG Mollis 41, 2: SB. Second Quarter Bal-Lewis IS pass from Testaverde ,-, (Stover kick), 13:37. Jac-Means 3 run (Hollis kick), 1:26. Jac-FG Hollis 42, 5:42. Jac-FG Hollis 31, :02. Third Quarter Jac Jones 26 pass from Brunell (Hol-, lis kick). 10:54. Jac-FG Hollis 29, 3.40. Fourth Quarter Jac-FG Hollis 22, 9:04. Bal-Cotton I run (Stover kick), 7:13. Bal-Green 7 pass from Zeier (run tailed), 1.10. A-63,712. First Quarter But -Reed 22 pass from Collins (Christie kick), 11:11. Second Quarter NY-FG Hall 22, 9:01. But-FG Christie 49, :36. Third Quarter NY-K.Johnson 29 pass from O'Don-nell, (Hall kick), 7:19. Fourth Quarter Buf-Lo.Johnson 42 pass from Collins (Christie kick), 12:47. Buf-FG Christie 34, 5:21. A-47,776. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING New York, Murrell 9-27, Neal 1-4, Le.Johnson 1-2, O'Donnell 3-(minus2), Anderson Wminus I). Buffalo. Thomas IH04, A.Smith 13-71, Collins 3-15. PASSING-New York, O'Donnell 25-47-1-292. Buffalo, Collins 12-31-1-164. RECEIVING New York, ChrebeU-M, K.Johnson 5-99, Murrell 4-3, Brady 3-37, Baxter 2-29, Graham 2-23, Le.Johnson 2-15, Neal 1-0. Buffalo, Lo. Johnson 4-01, Reed 2-33, Early 2-21, Riemersma 2-1, Thomas 1-15, A Smith 1-6. TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS-NYJ, Green 7-2-0, Lewis 7-0-2, M.Jones 4-1-0, Henderson 2-3-0, Farrior 4-0-0, Gordon 4- 0- 0, Mickens 4-0-0, O Smith 4-0-0, Douglas 31, Hamilton 20, Hayes 1-1-0, Brown 10, Dixon 10, Glenn 10, Logan 10, Lyle 10, Terry 10, Austin 10, Cascadden 10, Hudson 10, Lucas 10. Buf, T.Smith 50, B.Smith 5 1, Paup 4-1-1, Rogers 4-1-0, H.Jones 40, Holmes 3-1-0, Hansen 31, Holecek 3-0-0, Washington 30, Schul! 2-1-0, Moran 1- 1-0, Burns 10, Brandenberg 10, lr-vin 10, Jackson 10, Mohr 10, Pike 10, Tasker 10, Riemersma 10, Kerner 0-1 Perry 0-1 INTERCEPTIONS NY J, Mickens 1-2. Buf, Moran 1-12. MISSED FIELD GOALS New York, Hall 53 (WL). Record Pis Pv 1. Michigan (69) 11-4 1,749 1 2. Nebraska (1) 11-0 1,60 2 3. Tennessee 10-1 1,574 3 4. Florida SI. 19-1 1,531 5 5. UCLA 9-2 1,385 i (.Florida 9-2 1,356 7 7. North Carolina 10-1 1,304 B 8. Washington St. 10-1 1,275 10 9. Ohio St. 10-2 1,231 9 . Kansas St. 10-1 l,19B 11 11. Auburn 9-2 1,001 13 12. Penn St. 9-2 990 4 13. Georgia 9-2 939 14 14. Texas A&M 9-2 S16 15 15. Syracuse 9-3 726 16 16. LSU 8-3 656 17 17. Arizona St. 8-3 568 12 18. Purdue B-3 551 18 19. Missouri 7-4 448 19 20. Colorado St. 9-2 395 20 21. Washington 7-4 ' 286 21 22. Southern Miss. 8-3 271 23 23. Air Force 10-2 192 24 24. Oklahoma St. 8-3 180 25 25. Michigan St. 7-4 104 - Rams 23, Redskins 20 StL Was First downs 19 19 Rushes-yards 30-114 22-49 Passing 204 240 Punt Returns 3-14 4-37 Kickoff Returns 5-125 6-116 Interceptions Ret. 2-18 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 19-38-0 20-45-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-14 3-l Punts 7-44 7 6-49 2 Fumbles-Lost 44 34 Penalties-Yards 7-40 4-14 Time of Possession 31:56 28:04 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 0 10 7 6-23 7 3 0 10-20 First Quarter Phi-Timpson 23 pass from Hoying (Boniol kick), 9:57. Cin-Scott 10 pass from Esiason (Pel-frey kick), 2:46. Cin-Hundon 36 pass from Esiason ( Pelf rey kick), :22. Second Quarter Phi Lewis 2 pass from Hoying (Boniol kick), 5:24. Phi-Johnson 14 pass from Hoying (Boniol kick), 3:33. Phl-FG Boniol 33, :02. Third Quarter Phi-FG Boniol 25, 10:03. Cin-Carter 1 run (Pelfrey kick), 6:29. Phi-Turner 23 pass from Hoying (Boniol kick), 1:44. Fourth Quarter Cin-McGee 9 pass from Esiason (Pelfrey kick), 9:13. Phl-Watters 16 run (Boniol kick), 5:29. Cin-Hundon 13 pass from Esiason (Pelfrey kick), 3:20. Cin-Milne 1 run (Pelfrey kick), 1:00. Phi-FG Boniol 31, 0:00. A-66,623. St. Louis Washington USA TodayESPN Top 25 The Too Twenty Five taaim In th Ilea TodayESPN college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 30, total points based on 25 1 points for a first-place vote through one First Quarter Was-Bowie 39 pass from Frerotte (Blanton kick), 10:09. Second Quarter StL FG Wilkins 30, 13:45. Was-FG Blanton 43, 2:09. StL-Lee 36 pass from Banks (Wilkins kick), 1:19. Third Quarter StL-Moore 5 run (Wilkins kick), 5:47. Fourth Quarter Was-FG Blanton 19, 13:31. StL FG Wilkins 23, 4:42. Was-Mitchell 2 run (Blanton kick), 1:50. StL FG Wilkins 25, :04. A-74,772. iron, ivr uin-fiiai vvie, ana previous ranking: RUSHING-Baltimore, Byner 6-26, Graham 9-11, Morris 3-10, Zeier 3-10, I. Cotton 1-1. Jacksonville, Stewart 9-40, Means 16-34, Brunell 6-17. PASSING-Baltimore, Testaverde II-17-0-101, Zeier 7-12-047. Jacksonville, Brunell 2540-1-317. RECEIVING-Baltimore. M.Jackson 5-50, Green 5-35, Roe 4-90, Lewis 2-16, Morris 2-7. Jacksonville, McCordell 7-97, Stewart 5-44, Smith 4-93, Jones 2-34, W.Jackson 2-30, Mitchell 2-14, Means 2-4, Hallock 1-1. TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS-Balti-more, R Lewis 11-0-0, Moore 5-4-0, Jenkins 6-1-0, Herring 6-2-1, McCrary 4-1-0, Boulware 3-1-0, Sharper 30, Staten 3-0-0, Washington 1-2-0, Siaragusa 1-1-0, Burnett 1-0-0, J.Jones 1-0-0, Langham 2-0-0, Webster 1-0-0, Brady 1-0-0, Brown I- 0- 0, Kinchen 1-0-0, McCloud 0-1-0, Thompson 1-0-0, Williams Jacksonville, Thomas 6-1-0, Schwartz 3-3-0, Hardy 51, Hudson 50, Beasley 3-04, Boyer 2-2-0, Smeenge 2-1-1, Figures 2-0-0, Simmons 2-0-0, Lageman 1-1-0, White 1- 1-0, Wynn 1-1-1, Davn 1-0-1, Payne 1-0-0, Robisnon 1-0-0, Anderson 1-0-0, Hall 1-0-0, Hallock 1-0-0, Jordan 1-0-0, Kopp 1-0-0, Logan 2-1-0. INTERCEPTIONS Baltimore, Langham 1-40. Jacksonville, None. MISSED FIELD GOALS None. Patriots 20, Colts 17 SD Den INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 28 29-198 240 22 21- 47 222 1-83 7-158 Broncos 38, Chargers 28 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Interceptions Ret. Comp-Att-Int Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 2- 24 3- 64 2-42 0- 0 20-334 23-51-2 0 0- 0 4-43.8 2-0 10-71 30:01 1-50.0 0-0 12-92 29:59 Record Pts Pv 1. Michigan (58) 11-0 1,546 1 2. Nebraska (4) 11-0 1,483 2 3. Tennessee 10-1 1,359 . 3 4. Florida State 10-1 1,356 5 5. North Carolina 10-1 1,242 6 6. UCLA ' 9-2 1,181 7 7. Washington State 10-1 1,156 10 8. Florida 9-2 1,128 8 9. Kansas State 10-1 1,091 9 10. Ohio State 10-2 1,054 11 11. Auburn 9-2 872 13 12. Penn State 9-2 843 4 13. Georgia 9-2 821 14 14. Texas A&M 9-2 746 15 15. Syracuse 9-3 656 16 16. LSU 8-3 574 17 17. Purdue 8-3 464 18 18. Colorado State 9-2 438 19 19. Arizona State 8-3 414 12 20. Missouri ' 7-4 310 20 21. Air Force 10-2 280 23 22. Washington 7-4 233 22 23. Southern Mississippi 8-3 196 24 24. Oklahoma State 8-3 189 25 25. New Mexico 9-2 92 NR 7 21 7 3-38 0 7 7 14-28 Denver San Diego First Quarter All Anderson I run (Andersen kick), 7:12. Sec end Quarter All-Anderson 13 pass from Chandler (Andersen kick), 10:28. Atl-FG Andersen 18, 5:30. Sea Galloway 16 pass from Moon (Peterson kick), 1:02. Third Quarter Sea-Broussard 20 pass from Moon (Peterson kick), 8:07. Atl-Honspard 93 kickoff return Andersen kick), 7:50. Fourth Quarter Sea-FG Peterson 35, 8.57. A-52,584. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Atlanta, Anderson 16-41, Mathis 1-16, Chandler 6-8, Hanspard 2-7. Seattle, Warren 15-87, L.Smith 6-27, Broussard 2-8, Moon 1-2, Galloway 1-(mlnus 1). PASSING-Atlanta, Chandler 15-23 204. Seattle, Moon 24-38-1-240. RECEIVING Atlanta, Emanuel 4-71, Mathis 3-42, Green 2-28, Christian 2-14, Kozlowski 1-28, Anderson 1-13, Kinchen H, Smith 1-2. Seattle, Prltchard 646, McKnight 5-61, Broussard 4-30, Galloway 3-34, Warren 3-13, Fauria 1-25, Smith 1-6, Crumpler 1-5. TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS Atlanta, Bush 9-2-0, Hall 5-6-ft, Bradford 5-44, Owens 5-14, White 4-24, McGill 54, Bolden 40, Bennett 3-14, Buchanan 3-1 Tuggle 2-1-0, Smith 1-2-1, Burrough 21, Sauer 20, Archambeau l-l-'i, Dronett 1-14, Downs 1-0-0, Hamilton 2 0, Sutter 10. Seattle, Wells 5-14, Moss 50, D.Williams 4-14, Bellamy 4-24, Daniels 3-24, Brown 3-14, Adams 2-24, . Thomas 2-2-0, Sinclair 21, Stokes 2-24, W.Williams 244, LaBounty 1-1-0, Sa-leaumua 1-1-0, Hauck 1-0-0, Davis 2-04, Fauria 10, Richardson 1-04, Logan 1-0-0. INTERCEPTIONS Atlanta, McGill 1- 7. MISSED FIELD GOALS-Seattle, Peterson 48 (SH). Steelers 26, Cards 20 Pit Ari First downs 25 18 Rushes-yards 44-177 17-48 Passing 165 243 Punt Returns 4-34 2-20 Kickoff Returns 4-97 5-82 Interceptions Ret. 04 04 Comp-Att-Int 18-354 16-274 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-14 10-53 Punts 5-46.8 6-44.7 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 04 Penalties-Yards 4-20 4-30 Time of Possession 39:22 26:12 Pittsburgh 7 3 7 3 6-26 Arizona B 1 14 3 0-20 First Quarter Pit-Bettls 2 run (N.Johnson kick), 6:47. Second Quarter Ari-FG Nedney 32, 6:26. Pit-FG N.Johnson 40, 1:13. Third Quarter Ari -Sanders 3 pass from Plummer (Nedney kick), 10:46. Pit-Bettls 7 run (N.Johnson kick), 4:20. Ari-Gedney 11 pass from Plummer (Nedney kick), 1:00. Fourth Quarter Pit-FG N.Johnson 39, 9:12. Ari FG Nedney 19, 4:20. Overtime Pit-Bettls 10 run, 9:26. A-66,341. NE Ind 23 26-118 285 1-9 4-68 04 The Florida State Seminoles gained ground in both polls on No. 3 Tennessee, but it appears the only way they'll be in position to play for the national title is if the Vols lose to Auburn in Saturday night's SEC Championship Game. That's where one of Bowden's sons, Terry, comes in. Terry coaches Auburn, which faces Tennessee. Terry said he wants to beat Tennessee, but not just for his dad. "This is our chance to win a championship," Terry Bowden said. "My dad has a national title. He's 68 years old. The last thing I want to do is worry about winning him another national title. "We went 11-0 (in 1993) the greatest year of my life and none of my nieces wore Auburn hats because my dad won a national title that year. I have a hard enough time (trying) to win a title instead of worrying about winning one for my dad." The fourth-ranked Seminoles (10-1) had hoped Tennessee's less-than-inspiring 17-10 victory over Vanderbilt might enable them to pass the Vols, despite trailing by 191 points in the bowl alliance poll (a combination of the AP and coaches poll). FSU moved within three points of Tennessee (10-1) in the coaches poll, but is 43 points back in the AP poll (about two-thirds of the 70 voters). In other words, it will take an Auburn upset to put FSU in position to likely play No. 2 Nebraska in the Jan. 2 Orange Bowl. Huskies in Aloha: No. 21 Washington and No. 25 Michigan State will meet in the Aloha Bowl on Christmas Day. The Huskies (7-4, 5-3 Pac-10) accepted a bid Sunday. Michigan State (7-4, 4-4 Big Ten) gained a spot after beating Penn State 49-14 Saturday. Seminoles rule AII-ACC team: Florida State placed 16 players out of 52 spots on The Associated Press' All-ACC team. The six-time ACC champion had seven players on the first team and nine on the second team. FSU quarterback Thad Busby received 144 of a possible 150 points and was the top vote-getter on offense. First downs Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Interceptions Ret. ' Comp-Att-Int Sacked-Yards Lost ' Punts Fumbles-Lost ' Penalties-Yards Time of Possession 17 25-71 187 2- 57 3- 83 04 20-33-0 2-17 5-51.2 04 10-65 26:37 RUSHING-Cincinnati, Dillon 19-114, Scott 1-6, Bieniemy 1-3, Milne 1-1, Carter 4-0, Esiason I Philadelphia, Walters 20-98, Hoying 5-62, Garner 9-29, Turner 1-7. PASSING-Clncinnati, Esiason 27-47-1-378. Philadelphia, Hoying 26-42-1-313. RECEIVING-Cinclnnatl, Scott 6-99, Hundon 5-118, Dunn 4-54, Bieniemy 4-25, McGee 3-41, Carter 2-17, Dillon 2-17, Bat-taglia 1-7. Philadelphia, Fryar 7-122, Timpson 6-73, Turner 4-41, Johnson 2-20, Solomon 2-18, Walters 2-7, Seay 1-22, Garner 1 Lewis 1-2. TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS-Cincin-nati, Shade 11-4-0, Paul 6-0-0, Myers 6-1-0, Buckner 4-2-0, Ambrose 4-1-0, Copeland 40, Sawyer 4-04, Collins 3 0, Tovor 30, McDonald 3-14, Francis 2-1-1, Dixon 1-34, Tunulty 1-24, Wilkinson 1-1-1, Wilson 10, Orlando 0-14, Hundon 10, Truitt 10, Wright 10. Philadelphia, Hall 6-1 Zordich 5-2-0, Demry 5-1-0, Vincent 5-0-0, Dawkins 3-2-0, Jefferson 3-1-0, W.Thomas 3-1-0, Conner 30, Clark 2-14, Mamula 2-1-1, H.Thomas 2-1 Willis 2-14, Staley 20, Darling 1-24, Stevens 10, Kinder 10, Harris 0-24. INTERCEPTIONS-Cincinnatl, Shade 1-21. Philadelphia, W.Thomas 14. MISSED FIELD GOALS None. Chiefs 44, 49ers 9 SF KC First downs 13 22 Rushes-yards 21-127 42-153 Passing 152 187 Punt Returns 1-3 2-28 Kickoff Returns 7-119 3-82 Interceptions Ret. 1-11 2-12 Comp-Att-Int 17-24-2 13-22-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 5-32 04 Punts 4-28.0 4-35.3 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 14 Penalties-Yards 7-50 6-55 Time of Possession 24:56 35:04 22-41-0 4- 25 3-44.7 1-1 5- 34 33:23 First Quarter Den McCaffrey 4 pass from Elway (Elamklck), 4:56. Second Quarter Den R.Smith 5 pass from Elway (Elamkick), 11:42. SD-Martin 4 pass from Whelihan (G.Davis kick), 5:51. Den T.Davis 5 run (Elam kick), 1:15. Den Atwater 22 Interception return (Elamklck), 1:01. Third Quarter SD-Metcalf S3 punt return (G.Davis kick), 12:41. Den McCaffrey 21 pass from Elway (Elamkick), 9:09. Fourth Quarter SD-Brown I run (G.Davis kick), 6:19. Den-FG Elam 32, 4:16. SD-Metcalf 10 pass from Whelihan (G.Davis kick), :28. A-54,245. RUSHING-St. Louis, Moore 22-92, Banks 4-21, Heyward 2-5, Thompson 2-(minus 4). Washington, Allen 12-23, Bowie 3-9, Frerotte 3-8, Davis 3-7, Mitchell 1-2. PASSING-St. Louis, Banks 19-38298. Washington, Frerotte 20-45-2-258. RECEIVING-St. Louis, Lee 6-128, Bruce 5-41, Small 4-62, Kennison 1-35, Conwell 1-25, Moore 1-6, Wiegert l-l. Washington, Mitchell 6-58, Bowie 4-84, Westbrook 3-40, Asher 3-31, Thomas 2-11, Ellard 1-19, Davis 1-15. TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS-St. Louis, M.Jones 80, Lyght 60, Phifer 5-0-0, Wright 50, Zgonina 42, R.Jones 3-1-0, Lyle 2-14, Allen 20, Johnson 20, McNeil 20, O'Neal 21, Farr 10, B.Robinson 14-0, Crawford 10, Hager 10, Kazadl 2-0-0, J.Robinson 1-0 Styles 1-0-0, Thompson 20, Wilkins 1-0-0. Washington, Patton 8-2-1, Richard 6-1-0, Harvey 3-1 Dishman 3-0-0, Duff 3-0-0, Smith 3-0-0, Gaines 2-14, Green 2-14, Boutte 24-0, Campbell 24 Emtman 2-0-0, Owens 20, Russell 3-0-0, Pounds 2-0-0, Williams 344, Jenkins 10, Turner 3-0-0. INTERCEPTIONS-St. Louis, Lyle 1-18, McCleon 14. Washington, None. MISSED FIELD GOALS-St. Louis, Wilkins 43 (WL). Bucs 20, Giants 8 TB NY First downs 21 13 Rushes-yards 41-147 21-99 Passing 152 103 Punt Returns 4-87 1-00 Kickoff Returns 3-92 5-72 Interceptions Ret. 2-16 3-121 Comp-Att-Int 12-22-3 14-31-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 0-00 2-14 Punts , 3-36.0 5-45.6 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 10-93 9-107 Time of Possession 35:40 24:20 The team: 3 8 7 7-17 7 6 8 7-20 ' Indianapolis New England -I, First Quarter INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS FIRST TEAM j OFFENSE - WR, Torry Holt, N.C. State; MR,! E.G. Green, Florida State; OT, Jim Bundren, C em-son, OT, Tra Thomas, Florida State; OG, G enn Rountree, Clemson; OG, Lonnie Gilbert, N.C. State, C, Jeff Saturday, North Carolina; TE, Molvin Pear-sail, Florida State; OB, Thad Busby, Florida State; RB, Tremayne Stephens, N.C. State; RB, Raymond Priester, Clemson; PK, Sims Lenhardt, Duke;,SP, Tony Home, Clemson; , DEFENSE - DL, Andre Wadsworth, Florida State; DL, Greg Ellis, North Carolina; OL, Vonnie Holliday, North Carolina; DL, Antonio Dingle, (Virginia; LB, Anthony Simmons, Clemson; LB, (am Cowart, Florida State; LB, Kivuusama Mays, North Carolina; DB, Dre' Bly, North Carolina; DB. Antho RUSHING Denver, T.Davis 26-178, R.Smith 1-21, Griffith 1 Elway l-(ml-nus 1). San Diego, Brown 12-21, Fletcher 6-17, Whelihan 2-9, Craver 14. PASSING-Denver, Elway 20-33240. San Diego, Whelihan 23-51-2-222. RECEIVING Denver, McCaffrey 7-111, Sharpe 4-46, R.Smith 4-40, T.Davis 4-36, Carswell 1-7. San Diego, Martin 8-78, Still 4-44, Metcalf 4-38, Fletcher 3-32, Hartley 2-17, C.Jones 1-9, F.Jones 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALS-Denver, Elam 35 (BL). ny Polndexter, Virginia; DB, Samari Rollo, Florida aiaie; uo, Kooen Williams, North Carolina P, 3 3 3 0-9 7 21 0 16-44 San Francisco Kansas City Koaney wniams, Georgia teen, i SECOND TEAM OFFENSE - WR. Peter Warrick. Florida Stole.- WR, Tony Home, Clemson; OT, Ken Celai, Georgia 0 7 7 4-20 8 3 3 2-8 Tampa Bay N.Y. Giants i ten; ui, uoug KarczewsKi, Virginia; oe, Jason Whitaker, Florida State; OG, Chad Melita, Duke; C, Kevin Long, norma state; TE, Alge Crumpler, North Carolina; OB. Brian Kuklick. Wake Forest: RB, Jonathan Linton, North Carolina; RB, Travis -, NE-Gash 3 pass from Bledsoe (Vin- tieri kick), 8:47. ': Ind-FG Blanchard 24, 2:32. i. Second Quarter ' NE FG Vinatieri 32, 12:44. . NE FG Vinatieri 48, .00. Third Quarter v Ind-Bailey 18 pass from Harbaugh (Blanchard kick), 4:54. Fourth Quarter . . NE-Brown IB pass from Bledsoe (Vinatieri kick), 14:56. Ind-Dawkins 11 pass from Harbaugh (Blanchard kick), 1:08. A-58,507. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS . RUSHING-lndianapolis, Faulk 12-44, " Harbaugh 3-33, Crockett 7-23, Warren 4-18. New England, Martin 2066, Meggett 2- 4, Bledsoe 3-1. PASSING-lndianapolis, Harbaugh 22- 41310. New England, Bledsoe 20-33 - 204. RECEIVING-lndianapolis, Dawkins i 7-120, Stablein 4-34, Faulk 3-43, Harrison " 3-40, Bailey 2-28, Dilger 1-20, Warren 1-: i 20, Glenn 1-3. New England, Coates 5-41, Jefferson 4-74, Brown 3-35, Martin 3-17, ' Brisby 2-25, Gash 2-10, Byars 1-2. TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS-lndianap- - olis, Whittington 80, Fontenot 4-5-1, Tale 4-3-0, Montgomery 4-2-0, Coryatt 3-4-0, E Johnson 3-2-"i, Belser 3-1 Grant s 3-14, Morrison 2-4 McElroy 2-1 :. D.Gray 2-1-0, C.Gray 20, Pollard 20, " McCoy l-l-Vj, Powell 10, VonderAhe I- 0-0, Warren 1-04, Berry 0-34. New Eng-" land, Law 70, Clay 6-3, Collins 6-14, Hitchcock 50, P Johnson 4-7-0, Molloy 3- 3-0, Wheeler 3-2-0, Thomas 3-1-2, Slade . 2-2-0, McGinest 2-1-1, Jones 2-0-1, Sulli-. van 1-1-0, Whigham 1-1-0, Israel 1-1-0, 1 Crawford 10, Cullors 10, Moore 1 0, Purnell 10, Bruschi 0-14, Carter 0-1-0, Grier0-14. INTERCEPTIONS None. MISSED FIELD GOALS-lndianapo- lis, Blanchard 42 (WL). NFC minor, Florida state; pk, Sebastian Janikowakl, INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS norma state; sp, ocottie Montgomery, Duke, i DEFENSE - DL, Raymond White, Clemson; DL, Ralph Hughes, Georgia Tech; DL.Chris Combs, Duke; DL, Lorenzo Bromwell, Clemson; DL, Greg Spires, Florida State; LB, Brian Simmons, North Carolina; LB, Daryl Bush, Florida State; LB, Keith Brooking, Georgia Tech; DB, Omar Brown, North First Quarter KC-Rison 6 pass from Gannon (Stoyanovich kick), 7:03. SF FG Anderson 33, :55. Orive: 10 plays, 72 yards, 6:06. Second Quarter KC-Gonzalez 2 pass from Gannon (Stoyanovich kick), 9:06. KC-Allen 3 run (Stoyanovich kick), 7:04. KC Popson 1 pass from Allen (Stoyanovich kick), :26. SF FG Anderson 33, :00. Third Quarter SF FG Anderson 40, 12:17. Fourth Quarter KC-Rison 29 pass from Gannon (Stoyanovich kick), 12:40. KC-Safety, Kirby tackled in end zone by Phillips and Edwards, 8:26. KC-McMillian 12 interception return (Stoyanovich kick), 4:13. A-77,535. laronna; uo, snevin smun, Florida state; db, Antwan Edwards, Clemson; OB, Dexter Jackson, Florida State; DB, D'Angelo Solomon, Wake Forest; P, Tripp Moore, Wake Forest. I a Saints 16, Panthers 13 ' ' NO Car First downs 18 21 Rushes-yards 32-136 23-186 Passing 190 241 Punt Returns 2-9 14 Kickoff Returns 4-83 4-73 Interceptions Ret. 3-21 14 Comp-Att-Int 14-30-1 24-42-3 Sacked-Yards Lost 04 2-9 Punts , 4-42.0 3-37.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-1 Penalties-Yards 5-36 9-60 Time of Possession 29:50 30:10 New Orleans 0 13 0 3-16 Carolina Bit 10-13 Second Quarter The Associated Press contribut Second Quarter TB-Alstott 1 pass from Dllfer (Hulled kick), 7:54. NY-FG Daluiso 45, :04. Third Quarter TB-Alstott 9 run (Husted kick), 11:26. NY-FG Daluiso 30, :35. Fourth Quarter NY-Safety, Dilfer grounded ball In end zone, 14:08. TB-Rhett I run (pass failed), 7:22. A-68,678. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Tampa Bay, Dunn 24-120, Alstott 11-30, Rhett 2-1, Dilfer 4-(minus 4). New York, Wheatley 9-64, Way 7-28, Barber 3-4, Kanell 2-3. PASSING Tampa Bay, Dilfer 12-22-3-152. New York, Kanell 14-31-2-117. RECEIVING Tampa Bay, Moore 3-55, Dunn 2-49, Williams 2-17, Alstott 2-9, Thomas 1-11, Ellison 14, Davis 1-3. New York, Way 4-29, Calloway 3-56, Wheatley 2-10, Alexander 2-6, Patten 1-10, Barber 1-7, Pegram Wminus 1). TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS-Tampa Bay, Nickerson 7-2-0, Brooks 6-2-0, Lynch 4-24, Sapp 4-14, Upshaw 3-34, Culpepper 3-24, Ahanotu 3-1-2, Young 2-1-0, Mincy 20, Gooch 20, Legette 2 0, Abraham 10, Parker 10, Porter 1- 0- 0, Alstott 10, Dunn 10, Husted 1-0-0, Thomas 10, Williams 1-0-0, Bouie 0- 1- 0, Davis 0-1-0, Quarles 0-1-0. New York, Widmer 9-3-0, Armstead 7-3-0, Sparks 6- 2- 0, Games 5-2-0, Sehorn 544, Wooten 4- ed to this story. i INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Plttsburgh, Bettis 36-142, Stewart 6-27, Hawkins 1-6, Jones 1-2. Arizona, McElroy 9-33, Plummer 3-19, Centers 5-(minus 4). PASSING-Plttsburgh, Stewart 18-35-0-179. Arizona, Plummer 15-26270, Sanders 1-126. RECEIVING-Pittsburgh, Thigpen 5-78, C.Johnson 5-41, Betlis 2-19, Brunner 2-15, Blackwell 2-5, Hawkins 1-15, Jones 1-6. Arizona, Moore 8-188, Sanders 4-71, Centers 2-15, Gedney Ml, McWilliams I-II. TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS-Pltts- burgh, Klrkland 6-3-1, Scott 5-14, Gildon 5-0-1, Holmes 41, Lake 43, Perry 4 0, Wolford 4-04, Lester 30, Harrison 2-1-1, Vrabel 1-2-Vt, McAfee 1-24, Steed 2-04, Oldham 21, Henry l-l-M, Roye 1-0-0, J.Brown 1-04, Emmons 144, Fuller 0-14. Arizona, Hill 9-8 Bankston 7-4-0, McKlnnon 7-4-0, Darby 4-5-0, Swann 7-1- 0, Alexander 4-34, Knight 50, McCles-key 4-1-1, A.Williams 3-2-0, M.Smith 3-1- 1, Miller 2-24, Wilson 1-24, Ottls 20, C Smith 20, Irving 1-14, Lassiter 10, Bennett 10, Harris 10, L.Johnson I-0-0, Rice 0-1-0, Edwards 0-14. INTERCEPTIONS None. MISSED FIELD GOALS Arizona, Nedney 46 (WR). Rain postpones NHR A races Bills 20, Jets 10 NO FG Brien 50, 13:51. NO-Zellars 10 run (Brlen kick), 11:28. Car-FG Kasay 44, 9:45. NO FG Brlen 51, 1:06. Fourth Quarter Car-Lane 2 run (Kasay kick), 14:56. Car-FG Kasay 31, 6:18. NO FG Brien 45, :05. A-57,957. RUSHING San Francisco, Hearst 7-85, Kirby 9-28, Floyd 3-7, Young 2-7. Kansas City, Hill 19-54, Allen 13-48, Bennett 7-36, Gannon 3-15. PASSING-San Francisco, Young 17-23-1-184, Brohm 0-1-14. Kansas City, Gannon 12-21-1-186, Allen 1-1-0-1. RECEIVING San Francisco, Owens 6-68, Stokes 4-65, Floyd 4-18, Jones 3-33. Kansas City, Rison 5-117, Dawson 2-38, Gonzalez 2-19, Vanover 1-6, Hill 1-5, Bennett 1-1, Popson 1-1. TACKLES-ASSISTS-SACKS-San Francisco, Norton 7-2-0, Plummer 7-04, Walker 6-0 Woodson 5-1-0, Hanks 4-2-0, Woodall 50, B.Young 50, McDonald NYJ Motorsports Buf 19 34-197 139 6-49 3-63 1-12 12-31-1 16 15-30 264 5-39 5-79 1-2 25-47-1 First downs Rushes-yards ' Passing Punt Returns ' Kickoff Returns Interceptions Ret. , Comp-Att-Int INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING New Orleans, Zellars T.Davis 9-37, Hobert 4-4, McCrary 1- the NHRA postponed the event;. The event has been resched uled for Wednesday with gates) opening at 5 p.m. 1 By Paul Pedersen Special to the Palm Beach Post Despite overcast skies, a large crowd still showed up Sunday and hoped rains would not dampen the conclusion of the Mountain Dew Citrus Nationals at Moroso Motor-sports Park in suburban Palm Beach Gardens. Many fans headed home after several delays because of light sprinkles and the ensuing Wi hours it took to dry the track. At 4:30 p.m., after only a few eliminations runs by Combo, Sportsman andPro Bike classes, Davis plans no changes to UM staff, himself included All race and SDectatnr tirlfptsf from Saturday and Sunday will be honored. Children under 12 will be allowed in free of charge. ; ( Dennis Erickson three years ago. Speculation was rampant last year before Davis signed a seven-year contract extension that pays him approximately $650,000 a season. "We renegotiated last year and er he planned on making any changes to his coaching staff, Davis said: "Not right now. We're going to have staff meetings over the next couple of weeks. There might be some guys that would like to change jobs. Right now, I don't anticipate any changes." I UNIQUE wouldn't listen if a pro team called. "Then I look stupid if somebody comes back and says, 'Do you want to be head coach of one of the NFL teams and we'll offer you $2.5 million?'" Davis said. "Then I look like a liar. "At this time, I have no intention to call them. If they call me and say, 'Do you want to talk?', I'll listen to them, but that doesn't mean I have any intention of going." Rumors surrounding Davis' coaching future have circulated since he came to UM to replace DAVIS From 1C ... defensive end for Razorbacks Athletic Director Frank Broyles from '. 1971-74 and began his coaching ,' career at Fayetteville (Ark.) 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