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4B THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1997 BENCH TALK IT FIGURES TRIVIA QUESTION: Who is college basketball's winningest active STCT coach with 773 victories? ( v ' ) ANSWER: Jim Phelan of Mount St. SS Mary's (Md.). "We didn't do anything we wanted to do. It looked like we were nervous, but you expect that when you play the No. 22 team in the country. " JIM DU BOSE, Delaware State coach, after an 84-63 loss to Georgia Tech Saturday. In beating Virginia, South Carolina and North Carolina-Greensboro this week, Duke had an average margin of victory of 53 points. entucky, Mohammed impress W 1 K Uon n TYiDrr1 r H P slD Hi Ja Lkl J Lb BASKETBALL HOW THE MEN'S TOP 25 FARED . -f f -e .' . . . ! j V-' t i ,.. ' X gfv Cj ? - i, ! 1 , ,. . , 'x i i 4 f - ... -1, : i : 7 "i it " I'M. TEAM SATURDAY NEXT GAME 1 Duke (8-0) beat Virginia 103-59 vs. Villanova. Wednesday 2 Kansas (8-0) did not play vs. Maryland, today 3 North Carolina (8-0) vs. Va. Tech, late vs. Princeton, Sat. 4 Arizona (4-2) vs. Texas, late at Baylor, Monday 5 South Carolina (5-0) beat Chatt. 67-55 at Clemson, Dec. 17 6 Purdue (6-2) beat Louisville 87-69 vs. Tenn.-Martin, Friday 7 Kentucky (6-1) beat Indiana 75-72 at Canisuis, Wednesday 8 New Mexico (5-1 ) lost to UCLA 69-58 at N. Mexico St., Tuesday 9 Xavier(4-0) vs. W. Kentucky, late at Miami, Ohio, Tues. 10 Iowa (5-0) vs. Weber State, late at N. Iowa, Tuesday 11 Utah (7-0) beat W. Forest 62-53 vs. Utah St., Wed. 12 Stanford (5-0) beat Georgia 76-74 atS.D. St., Dec. 16 13 Connecticut (6-1) did not play at Rutgers, today 14 Mississippi (4-0) at Ball St., late at Wichita St., Sat. 15 UCLA (3-1) beat N. Mexico 69-58 vs. Cal St.-Fullerton, Sat. 16 Fresno State (3-1) did not play at Temple, Tuesday ;i7 Clemson (5-2) beat Furman 71-62 vs. Illinois, Saturday ;i8 Arkansas (6-0) beat Missouri 75-46 at Louisville, Tuesday 19 Florida State (6-1) beat Jax 74-44 vs. Florida, Dec. 14 20 Temple (4-1 ) beat Wisconsin 59-49 vs. Fresno St., Tuesday 21 Georgia (5-2) lost to Stanford 76-74 at Colorado, Tuesday 22 Georgia Tech (5-1) beat Del. St. 84-63 at Kentucky, Saturday :23 Maryland (3-2) did not play vs. Kansas, today 1 24 Wake Forest (6-1 ) lost to Utah 62-53 at Marshall, DecTiT 125 Princeton (6-0) beat Lafayette 73-48 at Bucknell, Tuesday HOW THE WOMEN'S TOP 25 FARED " NO. TEAM SATURDAY NEXT GAME 1 Tennessee (8-0) beat G. Mason 93-61 vs. Manhattan, today 2 Old Dominion (6-0) beat Richmond 87-64 vs. La. Tech, today 3 Connecuticut (8-0) beat N. Dame 78-59 at UMass, Thurs. ( 4 Louisiana Tech (4-1 ) beat Iowa 83-53 vs. Old Dominion, today 5 Vanderbilt (5-0) vs. Wash., late vs. Miss. St., Dec. 14 - 6 Illinois (3-1 ) did not play vs. Marquette, today , 7 North Carolina (5-1 ) did not play vs. Furman, today - 8 Texas Tech (4-1) beat McNeese 93-44 at UTEP, Tuesday ' 9 Virginia (6-1) lost to Ga. Tech 84-65 vs. Mt. St. Mary's, Mon. 10 Georgia (4-1) beat Char. Sou. 97-61 at Okla., ThursT ' 11 Arizona (3-0) did not play vs. Nebraska, today 12 Nebraska (8-1) did not play vs. Arizona, today 13 Florida (4-2) did not play at Georgetown, today ' 14 Stanford (1-3) did not' play at Illinois, Dec. 14 15 Duke (5-1) beat Ohio 99-55 vs. MichiganFAMU, today 16 Colorado (3-1) lost to Tulane 63-62 vs. FairfieldFordham, today . 17 W. Kentucky (8-1) did not play vs. Kentucky, Monday 18 Auburn (5-0) did not play at Kentucky, Dec7l4 19 Wisconsin (5-0) beat Illinois St. 77-69 vs. Notre Dame, Monday 20 Arkansas (7-0) did not play vs. SW Missouri St., today 21 Alabama (5-2) beat Akron 94-53 vs. Stephen F. Austin, Wed. 22 Tulane (4-1) beat Colorado 63-62 vs. FairfieldForham, today 23 S. F. Austin (3-2) vs. Lamar, late vs. Houston, Dec. 14 24 Washington (4-0) vs. Vanderbilt, late at Gonzaga, Tuesday , 25 N.C. State (8-0) beat St. Joe's 70-59 vs. N.C.-Greens., Dec."l4 TOP PERFORMERS Men Player School Statistics , Roderic Hall Texas-SA 52 points " Evan Eschmeyer Northwestern 30 points, 16 rebounds , wally Szczerbiak Miami (Ohio) 31 points ' Jerome James FAMU 30 points Pat Garrity Notre Dame 28 points, 15 rebounds I Dion Glover Ga. Tech 28 points, 8 rebounds " Brad Miller Purdue 27 points Duane Davis Kansas State 26 points (6-of-6 threes) Mike Jones TCU 24 points, 1 1 rebounds Women Player School Statistics Coco Miller Georgia 45 points (school record) Nadine Domond Iowa 27 points .. Chamique Holds-claw Tennessee 24 points, 13 rebounds . Monica Maxwell La. Tech 22 points, 1 1 rebounds Barbara Farris Tulane 20 points, 12 rebounds Elena Vishniakova Georgia 16 points, 14 rebounds WIND SPRINTS Duke's Steve Wojciechowski steals the ball from Virginia's Colin The junior center surprises Bobby Knight in scoring 21 points, as the Wildcats beat Indians 75-72. The Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS Nazr Mohammed won another game for Kentucky and won another admirer in Indiana coach Bobby Knight. The 6-foot-10 center came ofi the bench and scored 21 points Saturday, his second straight game with a career high, as the seventh-ranked Wildcats survived a late Indiana comeback and beat the Hoosiers 75-72. Men's top 25 "These guys have done an incredible job with Mohammed. That's as good a job that I've ever seen done to a kid," Knight said of the junior, who also had 12 rebounds and two steals. "He can play. They have done a fantastic job with that kid." Jeff Sheppard also had 21 points for Kentucky, which won its fourth straight game against the Hoosiers. It also was the Wildcats' first game in the RCA Dome since they lost the NCAA championship to Arizona in overtime last spring. They also lost to Clemson in the Dome in the Black Coaches Association Classic at the beginning of last season. The Wildcats (6-1) lost almost all of an 11 -point second-half lead against the Hoosiers (3-3), who had a chance to tie after Wayne Turner missed the second of two free throws with six seconds to go. But A.J. Guyton, who led the Indiana rally with 14 of his 19 points in the second half, missed a three-pointer just ahead of the final buzzer. KENTUCKY (4-1) - Edwards 2-8 M 4, Padgett 3-9 0-0 4, Magloire 1-2 0-0 2, W.Turner 1-8 2-3 4, Sheppard 9-20 0-0 21, Mohammed 8-11 5-8 21, Smith 0-2 0-0 0, Evans 2-3 0-0 S, Anthony 0-0 0-0 0, Mills 4-6 0-0 12. Totals 30-69 7-11 75. INDIANA (2-3) - Recker 3-5 1-2 8, Patterson 1-1 0-0 2, Collier 1-4 0-0 2, R.Turner 10-13 1-1 25, Guyton 4-17 4-5 19, Lewis 0-2 0-0 0, Richardson 1-2 04 2, Mandeville 2-2 2-2 6, Gladness 3-6 0-1 6, Jimenez 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 28-54 8-11 72. Hall time-Kentucky 46, Indiana 39. Three-point goals-Kentucky 8-23 (Mills 4-5, Sheppard 3-7, Evans 1-1, W.Turner 0-1, Smith 0-2, Edwards 0-3, Padgett 0-4), Indiana 8-18 (R.Turner 4-6, Guyton 3-7, Recker 1-3, Lewis 0-1, Jimenei 0-1). Fouled out None. Rebounds-Kentucky 35 (Mohammed 12), Indiana 34 (Guyton 8). Assists-Kentucky 16 (W Turner 5), Indiana 18 (Guyton 6). Total louls-Kentucky 16, Indiana 16. A-38,504. No. 1 Duke 103, Virginia 59: Trajan Langdon scored 22 points and the host Blue Devils (8-0) turned 28 Cavalier turnovers into 34 points in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams. VIRGINIA (4-2) - Dersch 0-3 0-1 0, Nolan 9-17 1-2 19, Ducharme 2-3 0-0 4, Staples 7-16 0-2 16, Hand 2-3 0-0 5, Marcaccini 1-6 04 3, Watson 0-1 0-0 0, Meth-eney 4-5 4-4 12, McAndrew 0-0 0-0 0, Hunter 04 0-0 0, Curtis 0-0 0-0 0, McLaughlin 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 25-55 5-9 59. DUKE (84) - Chappell 4-10 3-3 11, Battier 2-2 4-5 8, Brand 2-10 2-4 6, Woiciechowski 2-8 0-0 6, Langdon 10-15 0-0 22, Carrawell 3-6 1-2 8, Burgess 3-4 3-4 9, McLeod 5-7 3-4 15, Avery 4-9 04 10, Domjelski 3-5 04 6, Singleton 04 04 0, Simpson 1-1 04 2, Heaps 04 04 0. Totals 39-77 16-24 103. Half time-Duke 53, Virginia 25. Three-point goals-Virginia 4-12 (Staples 2-5, Hand 1-2, Marcaccini 1-4, McLaughlin 0-1), Duke 9-24 (McLeod 2-4, Avery 2-4, Langdon 2-5, Woiciechowski 2-6, Carrawell 1-2, Chappell 0-3). Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Virginia 39 (Marcaccini 10), Duke 36 (Battier 6). Assists-Virginia 12 (Staples 5), Duke 20 (Woiciechowski 5). Total fouls-Virginia 18, Duke 18. Technical-Virginia coach Jones. A 9,314. B No. 5 South Carolina 67, Chattanooga 55: Ryan Stack had 16 points and BJ McKie added 15 as the Gamecocks held Chattanooga to 28 percent shooting and improved to 5-0, its best start in five seasons under coach Eddie Fogler. CHATTANOOGA (4-3) - Conner 6-20 4-4 21, Phillips 5-16 2-2 15, Colon 3-13 2-3 9, Moore 2-5 0-0 5, Barker 1-4 0-0 3, Walters 0-2 04 0, Donald 1-1 04 2, Harper 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 18-64 8-9 55. SOUTH CAROLINA (54) - Ross 1-5 0-4 2, Stack 7-10 3-3 18, Johnson 3-5 1-2 7, McKie 5-113-7 15, Watson 4-9 1-1 10, Rouse 2-3 2-2 8, Davis 1-2 0-0 3, Gallman 1-6 2- 2 4, Nix 0-1 04 0, Grant 04 0-0 0. Totals 24-52 12-21 67. Half time-South Carolina 35, Chattanooga 23. Three-point goals-Chattanooga 11-34 (Conner 5-12, Phillips 3-6, Colon 1-5, Moore 1-4, Barker 1-4, Walters 0-1, Harper 0-2), South Carolina 7-18 (Rouse 2-3, McKie 2-4, Stack 1-1, Davis 1-1, Watson 1-4, Nix 0-1, Ross 0-4). Fouled out Harper. Rebounds-Chattanooga 39 (Conner 12), South Carolina 41 (Gallman 9). Assists-Chattanooga 13 (Conner 4), South Carolina 12 (Watson 5). Total fouls-Chattanooga 20, South Carolina 8. A NA. No. 6 Purdue 87, Louisville 69: Brad Miller scored 12 of his 27 points during a 27-5 run and the visiting Boilermakers (6-2) snapped a two-game losing, beating the Cardinals (2-3). PURDUE (6-2) - Cornell 3-6 0-0 9, Cardinal 2-3 0-0 4, Miller 8-10 11-19 27, Austin 6-19 4-6 20, Eldridge 1-4 4-4 7, Robinson 5-10 2-2 13, McQuay 1-2 0-0 2, May-field 1-3 2-2 5, Barnes 04 0-0 0, Carretta 0-0 04 0, Kerkhof 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-57 23-33 87. LOUISVILLE (2-3) - N.Johnson 6-20 3-4 16, Dantiler 3-8 2-2 8, Sanders 3-5 04 9, Maybin 3-8 7-12 13, Murray 1-6 1-2 3, Williams 3-5 4-6 10, E. Johnson 0-3 04 0, J. Johnson 1-5 0-0 2, Best 0-0 0-0 0, Jackson 3- 3 2-2 8, McK inley 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 23-65 19-28 69. Half time-Purdue 40, Louisville 24. Three-point goals-Purdue 10-20 (Austin 4-10, Cornell 3-5, Robinson 1-1, Eldridge 1-2, Mayfield 1-2). Louisville 4-19 (Sanders 3-4, N. Johnson 1-4, E. Johnson 0-1, Mc-Kinley 0-1, Murray 0-2, Maybin 0-3, J. Johnson 0-4). Fouled out-McQuay. Rebounds-Purdue 41 (Miller 141, Louisville 43 (N. Johnson 11), Aslistl-Purdue 20 (Austin 6), Louisville 10 (Murray 3). Total fouls-Purdue 20, Louisville 22. A 19,976. No. 15 UCLA 69, No. 8 New Mexico 58: J.R. Henderson, switched from forward to center in place of absent Jelani McCoy, scored 24 points to lead the Bruins in the Wooden Classic in Anaheim. Calif. NEW MEXICO (5-1) - Long 5-8 04 10, Shields 5-11 6-10 20, Thomas 3-9 2-7 8, Oiney 3-9 3-4 10, Gibson 1-8 0-0 2, G Davis 0-0 04 0, Henry 3-4 0-0 8. Totals 20-49 11-16 58 UCLA (3-1) - B Davis 2 5 04 4, Bailey 8-18 0-0 18, Henderson 10-18) 4-8 24, Loyd 1-2 04 3, Watson 1-7 3-4 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ducharme and moves up-court. Aivine Jones Harpring, averaging 21.4 points, and 11.6 rebounds, is expected to play in Georgia Tech's next game, at No. 7 Kentucky on Sat-: urday. ! DELAWARE STATE (2-3) - White 0-4 04 0, Robinson 2-5 2-2 6, Stevens 1-9 04 2, Butler 5-10 2-2 13, Hood 3-12 7-8 14, Treore 2-5 1-2 5, Clarke 34 0-2 6, Calvert 0-1 0-2 0, Wilkerson 2-5 1-2 6, Packer J-ll 2-2 7, Rice 1-5 0-1 2, Walker 0-2 04 0, Shannon 1-4 04 2. Totals 22-79 15-23 63. GEORGIA TECH (5-1) - Maddox 6-11 3-4 16, Jones 4-9 1-2 9, Glover 11-21 6-10 28, Spivey 14 0-0 2, Floyd 5-10 3-4 14, Vines 1-5 1-2 4, Machado 2-3 1-2 5, Medlock 1-2 2-2 4, Perry 04 04 0, Trottl 0-1 04 0, Kelly 1-2 04 2, Culbreth 0-2 04 0. Totals 32-72 17-26 84. Hall time-Georgia Tech 44, Delaware State 24. Three-point goals-Delaware State 4-19 (Wilkerson 1-2, Packer 1-3, Butler 1-3, Hood 1-5, White 0-1, Shannon 0-2, Rice 0-3), Georgia Tech 3-17 (Maddox 1-2, Floyd 1-5, Vines 1-5, Culbreth 0-1, Spivey 0-1, Glover 0-3). Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Delaware State 48 (Robinson 9), Georgia Tech 54 (Machado 10). As-sists-Delaware State 6 (Hood, Wilkerson 2), Georgia Tech 20 (Maddox, Spivey 4). Total fouls-Delaware State 19, Georgia Tech 19. Technical-Robinson. A 5,565. LATE FIRDAY No. 3 North Carolina 68, Chattanooga 38: Antawn Jamison had 21 points and 13 re bounds and the Tar Heels (8-0) came up with another strong showing on the road, overwhelming the Moccasins in Charlotte, N.C. ; CHATTANOOGA - Conner 1-12 3-4 6, Phillips 04 0-2 0, Colon 6-16 0-0 13, Moore 3-9 04 8, Barker 4-12 0-09, GrabaricO-1 0-0 0, Walters 0-0 0-0 0, Donald 0-3 0-00, Harper 1-8 0-0 2, Begicevic0-0O-0 0, HutchinslH) 0-0 0. Totals 1549 34 38. NORTH CAROLINA (84) - Okulala 5-6 1-2 12, Jamison 8-14 5-5 21, Ndiaye 04 04 0, Coto 0-4 7-8 7, Carter 4-7 3-5 II, Haywood 2-3 3-5 7, Sh. Williams 2-7 04 4, Brooker 0-0 0-0 0, Newby 0-0 04 0, Sc.Willlams 04 0- 0 0, Owens 1-1 1-2 4, Frederick 0-1 0-0 0, Bersticksr 1- 2 0-0 2. Totals 23-51 20-27 68. Half time-North Carolina 34, Chattanooga IS. Three-point goals-Chattanooga 5-26 (Conner 14, Phillips 0-2, Colon 1-3, Moore 24, Barker 1-5, Harper 0-4), North Carolina 2-13 (Okulaia 1-2, Ndiaye 0-2, Coto 0-1, Carter 0-2, Williams 0-4, Owerts 1- 1, Frederick 0-1). Fouled out-Colon, Donald. Rebounds-Chattanooga 37 (Conner 7), North Carolina 50 (Jamison 13). Assists-Chattanooga 5 (Moore 3), North Carolina 16 (Cota 6). Total fouls-Chattanooga 19, North Carolina 9. A 15, 138. No. 10 Iowa 81, Rice 52: Guy Rucker and Ricky Davis each scored 14 points as the Hawkeyes (5-0) beat the Owls (2-6) at the Hawkeyes' Super Shootout in Iowa City, Iowa. 1 RICE (24) - Johnson 3-10 3-4 10, Sannl 34 1-2 t, BougaieM 2-7 0-0 4, Crawford 4-12 2-2 12, Wilks 2-5 0-0 5, Armstrong 0-2 04 0, Tyndell 0-3 0-0 0, Michael 0-0 0-0 0, Thomson 1-3 0-2 2, Stringer 2-3 0-0 6, Michaelis 2- 4 2-2 6. Totals 19-55 8-12 52. IOWA (54) - Davis 5-9 44 14, Bowen 24 04 J Rucker 6-9 2-3 14, Oliver 2-7 4-5 8, McCausland 2-6 I-4 7, Bauer 1-3 04 2, Luehrsmann 0-2 0-0 0, Galloway 3- 3 0-0 8, Rabenold 0-0 04 0, Koch 4-8 1-2 9, Moore 4-4 4- 4 13, Gomes 0-3 1-2 I, Koberg 0-2 04 0, Helmers 04 0-00 Totals 2942 18-24 81. Half time-Iowa 41, Rice 18. Three-point goalsr Rice 6-13 (Stringer 2-2, Crawford 24, Wilks 1-1, Johnson 1-3, Tyndell 0-1), Iowa 5-17 (Galloway i-i Moore 1-1, Bowen 1-2, McCausland 1-4, Luehrsmann 0-1, Davis 0-1, Oliver 0-2, Koch 0-2, Koberg 0-2). Fouled out-Michaelis. Rebounds-Rice 33 (Sannl 8), Iowa 42 (Bowen, Moore 7). Asslsts-Rlce 12 (Johnson, Sanni, Michael 2), Iowa 24 (Luehrsmann 8). Total fouls-Rice 20, Iowa 13. Technical-Bowen A 11,924. ,' No. 14 Mississippi 102, Long Island 99: Ansu Sesay had 28 points, 11 rebounds, three blocks and two steals as the Rebels (4-0) edged the Blackbirds (2-4) in Muncie, Ind. ; FURMAN (14) - Kerr 4-12 2-2 11, Vincent 4-6 8-10 16, Garner 2-6 0-2 4, Dillgard 2-6 44 8, B Smith 34 4-7 12, Brown 2-4 0-1 S, Coles 1-2 1-2 3, Quigley 1-4 04 3, McGann 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 19-47 19-30 62. CLEMSON (5-2) ) - Iturbe 1-2 04 2, Jamison 1-7 3- 4 5, Wideman 6-9 4-8 16, Mclntyre 6-11 3-4 19, Buck-ner 2-8 2-2 6, Miller 24 2-4 8, Whitt 24 2-3 6, Allen-spach 1-4 2-3 4, Christie 1-3 0-2 3, Wonl 1-4 0-2 2. Totals 23-60 18-32 71. Half time Clemson 36, Furman 31. Three-point goals Furman 5-13 (B Smith 2-2, Brown 1-2, Quigley 1-2, Kerr 1-4, Garner 0-1, Dillgard 0-1, McGann 0- 1), Clemson 7-19 (Mclntyre 4-7, Miller 2-5, Christie 1- 2, Whitt 0-1, Buckner 0-4). Fouled out-B. Smith, Allenspach. Rebounds-Furman 39 (Kerr 8), Clemson 41 (Wideman ID. Assistt-Furman 10 (Kerr 4), Clemson 16 (Miller 4). Total fouls-Furmen 26, Clemson 22. A 11.000. No. 18 Arkansas 75, Missouri 46: The Razornbacks opened the game with a 15-3 run and Missouri lost its 14th straight road game, a streak that dates to Feb. 13, 1996. The Tigers (2-4) missed 12 of their first 15 shots and committed nine turnovers over the first seven minutes. The Razorbacks (6-0) shot 9-of-19 in the first 12 minutes while building a 22-7 lead. Tarik Wallace led Arkansas with 16 points, while Tyron Lee topped the Tigers with 11. MISSOURI (2-4) - Hafer 2-7 2-2 6, Thames 3-7 1-2 7, Decker 1-4 2-2 4, Grower 2-4 1-2 6, Woods 2-13 04 4, Hardge 2-4 04 4, Ray 0-1 04 0, Lee 3-16 4-4 II, Parker 1-6 1-2 4. Totals 1642 11-14 46. ARKANSAS (64) - Wallace 5-9 2-2 16, Hood 4-5 0-0 8, Davis 2-5 0-0 4, Reid 3-10 0-0 6, Bradley 4-15 04 9, Jennings 2-5 2-4 6, Alexander 2-7 0-0 5, Williams 2-7 4- 4 8, Davis 0-0 0-0 0, Whitney 34 2-2 9, Walker 2-3 0-0 4. Totals 29-72 10-12 75. Half time-Arkansas 37, Missouri 13. Three-point goals-Missouri 3-21 (Grawer 1-2, Parker 1-4, Lee I- 5, Thames 0-1, Ray 0-1, Hater 0-2, Woods 04), Arkansas 7-24 (Wallace 44, Whitney 1-3, Alexander I-4, Bradley 1-8, Reid 0-3). Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Missouri 43 (Lee 13), Arkansas 44 (Davis II). Assists-Missourl 9 (Parker 3), Arkansas 13 (Reid 7). Total fouls-Missouri 14, Arkansas 17. A 20,258. No. 20 Temple 59, Wisconsin 49: Rasheed Brokenbor-ough scored five of his 24 points in the final minute to lead the visiting Owls (4-1). The Badgers (3-4) pulled within 50-47 late in the game on a layup by Sean Mason, but Bro-kenborough's three free throws and last-second layup helped the Owls keep the lead. TEMPLE (4-1) - Dunkley 2-4 3-4 9, Stewart 0-2 2-2 2, Barnes 44 0-0 8, Sanchei 4-10 1-1 10, Brokenbor-ough 7-11 8-10 24, Moore 0-2 0-0 0, Greer 1-3 04 3, Sanders 04 1-2 1, Tabb 0-2 0-1 0, Wadley 1-4 0-2 2. Totals 19-44 15-22 59. WISCONSIN (3-4) - Okey 4-7 1-4 9, Burkemper 0-0 0-0 0, Daugherty 1-3 04 2, Mason 4-14 4-4 18, Kelley 0-4 0-0 0, Duany 0-4 04 0, Auriantal 04 2-3 2, Kowske 0-1 0-0 0, Vershaw6-!064 18. Totals 17-51 13-17 49 Half time-Temple 27, Wisconsin 12. Three-point goals-Temple 6-11 (Dunkley 2-3, Brokenborough 2-4, Sanchei 1-1, Greer 1-1, Wadley 0-2), Wisconsin 2-16 (Mason 2-5, Vershaw 0-1, Kelley 0-2, Duany 0-4, Auriantal 0-4). Fouled eut-Bai les, Okey, Kelley. Rebounds-Temple 28 (Stewart, Barnes, Sanchei 5), Wisconsin 38 (Okey 10). Assisti-Temple 8 (Sanchez 5), Wisconsin 10 (Auriantal 3). Total fouls-Temple 19, Wisconsin 23. A-11,500. B No. 22 Georgia Tech 84, Delaware State 63: Freshman Dion Glover had 28 points and eight rebounds to lead the host Yellow Jackets (5-1) over the Hornets (2-3). Georgia Tech, which played without standout Matt Harpring, got eight blocks from freshman 6, Knight 0-0 0-0 0, Reed 7-8 0-0 14, Hines 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 29-60 7-12 69. Half time-UCLA 34, New Mexico 30. Three-point goals-New Mexico 7-20 (Long 0-2, Shields 4-6, Thomas 0-2, Olney 1-5, Gibson 0-2, Henry 2-3), UCLA 4-14 (B.Davis 0-2, Bailey 2-7, Loyd 1-2, Watson 1-2, Hines 0-1). Fouled out-None. Rebounds New Mexico 26 (Long 7), UCLA 35 (Watson 9). Aisllts-New Mexico 13 (Gibson 6), UCLA 17 (Bailey 7). Total fouls-New Mexico IS, UCLA 16. A-14,274. No. 11 Utah 62, No. 24 Wake Forest 53: Andre Miller scored nine of his 20 points over the final 5:36 as the visiting Utes (7-0) ended Wake Forest' 23-game home winning streak against non-conference opponents. The Demon Deacons dropped to 6-1. UTAH (74) - Jensen 1-3 0-0 2, Mottola 5-14 6-4 16, Doleac 6-10 2-3 14, Hansen 1-3 3-3 5, Miller 8-17 4-6 20, Jackson 04 0-0 0, McTavlsh 0-1 04 0, Caton 0-1 04 0, Carlisle 04 2-3 2, Barrett 0-2 0-0 0, Althotf 1-1 1-2 3. Totals 22-52 18-23 62. WAKE FOREST (6-1) - Goolsby 1-4 0-0 3, Arlnie 0-3 04 0, Woods 2-7 5-8 9, Braswell 1-3 04 2, Rutland 6- 15 9-12 24, Amonett 0-2 2-2 2, Shoemaker 1-3 04 2, Vidaurreta 0-1 0-2 0, O'Kelley 3-12 2-2 II. Totals 14-50 18-26 53. Half time-Wake Forest 31, Utah 28. Three-point baskets-Utah 0-12 (Jensen 0-1, Mottola 0-3, Hansen 0-2, Miller 0-4, McTavish 0-1, Caton 0-1), Wake Forest 7-20 (Goolsby 1-3, Braswell 0-1, Rutland 3-8, Amonett 0-1, O'Kelley 3-7). Fouled eut-None. Rebounds-Utah 43 (Mottola 10), Wake Forest 31 (Woods 7). Assists-Utah 7 ( Jensen, Miller 3), Wake Forest 5 (Braswell, O'Kelley 2). Total Foult-Utah 19, Wake Forest 19. A-12,846. No. 12 Stanford 76, No. 21 Georgia 74: Mark Madsen scored 23 points, the last three in the final 10 seconds, to lift the Cardinal (5-0) over the Bulldogs (5-2) in the Wooden Classic. With the Cardinal trailing 74-73, Madsen tipped in a miss by Peter Sauer with 10 seconds remaining. After Georgia's Ray Harrison drove the lane and missed, Madsen grabbed the rebound and was fouled. He made one of two free throws with 1.5 seconds left for the final margin. He also intercepted Georgia's long inbounds pass to end the came GEORGIA (5-2) - J.Jones 5-12 2-2 15, Chadwick 2-80-1 4, Hall 5-11 0-2 10, Smith 5-8 2-3 13, Harrison 4-12 4-5 13, Brown 04 0-0 0, Oliver 2-3 0-0 4, Ransom 2-5 4-8 9, Dukes 2-10 0-0 6, Nordin 04 0-0 0. Totals 27-69 12-2174. STANFORD (54) - Sauer 410 5-6 15, Madsen 8-14 7- 10 23, Young 2-8 3-6 7, Weems 2-2 04 6, Lee 5-113-3 14, McDonald 0-3 0-0 0, Moseley 1-2 0-0 3, Collins 0-0 0-0 0, Mendei 2-3 0-1 5, Tshionyl 1-2 0-0 3, Van Els-wick 0-0 0-0 0, Seton 0-10-1 0. Totals 25-54 18-27 74. Half time-Stanford 46, Georgia 37. Three-point goals-Georgia 8-25 (J.Jones 3-7, Dukes 2-7, Ransom 1-1, Smith 1-2, Harrison 1-5, Chadwick 0-3), Stanford 8-18 (Weems 2-2, Sauer 2-3, Moseley 1-2, Mendei 1-2, Tshionyl 1-2, Lee 1-5, McDonald 0-2). Fouled eut-None Rebounds-Georgia 43 (J Jones 11), Stanford 39 (Madsen 13). Asslsts-Georgia II (Harrison 5), Stanford 13 (Sauer 7). Total fouls-Georgia 22, Stantord 20. A NA. No. 17 Clemson 71, Furman 62: Terrell Mclntyre had 19 points and Tom Wideman added a career-high 17 the host Tigers (5-2) sweated out its 22nd straight victory over Furman (1-6). Clemson, with Mclntyre scoring eight consecutive points turned a 22-14 deficit into a 15-point lead. With its 8 1 -66 victory over Washington on Saturday, Oklahoma State extended its nation-best non-conference home winning streak . to 76 Notre Dame's 73-69 win at Pittsburgh was only the '. Irish's third on the road since they joined the Big East during the 1995-96 season Cincinnati's Bobby Brannen set a school record with 31 straight free throws without a miss, breaking Gary . Yoder's mark from 1976-77. Brannen missed his next free throw. ' . . . Georgia Tech freshman Alvin Jones had eight blocked shots in a win over Delaware State to bring his total to 35 in six games. . . . Florida State held a 4 1 -1 0 lead over Jacksonville at half time, the fewest points ever allowed by the Seminoles in a half South Florida's 67-49 win over Ohio State was the Buckeyes' worst loss to a non-conference team since an 84-64 setback to North Carolina five years ago. It also was Ohio State's lowest point total out of the Big Ten since beating Georgetown 47-46 in the Great Alaska . Shootout 16 years ago. LAUGH TRACK When a reporter asked South Florida men's'coach Seth - Greenberg if Saturday's 67-49 win over Ohio State had special significance because it came over a bigger program, Greenberg said, "Why is this a bigger program? We're in Conference USA. We're not exactly chopped liver."

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