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,3ubistna (gazette SCOREBOARD Sunday, October 27, 2002 — C-9 COLLEGE FOOTBALL SATURDAY' SCORES EAST IUP 31, Lock Haven 14 Albany. N.Y. 49, St. Francis, Pa. 21 Amherst 27, Tufts 24 Bates 19, Colby 14 Bentley 35. Plymouth St. 7 Bloornsburg 37, Cheyney 12 Bridgewater, Mass. 27, Salve Regina 23 Bryant 12, Mass.-Lowell 6 Buffalo St. 21, Montclair St. 14 C.W. Post 27, American International 20 California, Pa: 17, Mansfield 9 Colgate 9, Towson 7 College of N.J. 42, N.J. City 7 Concord 44, W. Virginia St. 14 Cornell 10, Brown 7,'20T Cortland St. 32. William Paterson 0 Dartmouth 24, Columbia 23 Delaware 21, New Hampshire 9 Dickinson 21, Kean 14 Duquesne 46, La Salle 0 Fairfield21,Canisius14 Fitchburg St. 32, Mass. Maritime 0 Fordham 33, Lafayette 26 Frostburg St. 35, Ursinus 14 Gannon 49, Robert Morris 21 Georgetown, D.C. 32, Bucknell 31 Harvard 24, Princeton 17 Hobart 25, Alfred 19, 20T lona 17, Marist 14 Ithaca 13, UticaO Kent St. 16, Buffalo 12 King's, Pa. 21, FDU-Florham 0 Kings Point 20, W. Connecticut 17 Lehigh 21, Holy Cross 12 Lycoming 35, Albright 12 Maine 24, Hofstra 17 Mass.-Dartmoulh 37, W. New England 3 McDaniel 10, Franklin & Marshall 6 Miami 40, West Virginia 23 Millersville 10, Kulztown 9 Moravian 22, Wilkes 7 Muhlenberg 41, Gettysburg 0 Nichols 22, MIT 7 Pace 13, Assumption 0 Penn41,Yale20 Pittsburgh 19, Boston College 16, OT S. Connecticut 48, Stonehill 27 Sacred Heart 17, Cent. Connecticut St. 3 Shepherd 35, Glenville St. 21 Shippensburg 20, Clarion 19 Springfield 31, Worcester Tech 22 St. Anselm 21, Merrimack 7 St. John Fisher 55, Ml. Ida 6 St. John's, NY 34, St. Peter's 24 Stony Brook 14, Siena 0 Susquehanna 45, Juniata 17 Syracuse 45, Rutgers 14 Trinity, Conn. 22, Middlebury 20 UAB 29, Army 26. Union, N.Y. 17, Coast Guard 12 W. Va. Wesleyan 28, Fairmont St. 7 WVU Tech 38, West Liberty 28 Wagner 7, Monmouth, N.J. B Washington & Jefferson 28, Waynesburg 21 Wesleyan. Conn. 17, Bowdoin 3 West Chester 17, East Stroudsburg 14 Westfield St. 42, Framingham St. 0 Westminster, Pa. 19, Grove City 7 Widener 44. Delaware Valley 14 Williams 31, Hamilton 6 Worcester St. 27, Maine Maritime 19 SOUTH Alabama 34, Tennessee 14 Alabama ASM 23. Alabama St. 20 Albany St., Ga. 33, Clark Atlanta 0 Auburn 31, LSU 7 Austin 27, Mississippi College 23 Benedict 26, Kentucky St. 21 Bridgewater, Va. 4D. Emory & Henry 18 Campbellsville 31, Cumberland, Tenn. 17 Catawba 45. Newberry 26 Christopher Newport 20, Methodist 9 Cumberland, Ky. 30, Union, Ky. 20 Davidson 31, Wesley 0 DePauw 28, Millsaps 7 Delta St. 44, Henderson St. 14 E. Kentucky 19, Tennessee Tech 0 Fayetteville St. 30, Johnson C. Smith 6 Florida A&M 34, Norfolk St. 31 Furman 25, ETSU 0 Gardner-Webb 17, Fla. International 14 Georgetown, Ky. 40, Belhaven 7 Georgia 52, Kentucky 24 Georgia Southern 28, The Citadel 24 Georgia Tech 23, Virginia 15 Grambling St. 52, Jackson SI. 31 Greensboro 24, Averett 14 Hampden-Sydney 30. Catholic 20 Howard 20, N. Carolina A&T 16 Jacksonville 24, Charleston Southern 21 Lambuth 35. Pikeviile 33 Livingstone 32, Elizabeth City St. 14 Louisiana College 22, Texas Lutheran 6 Louisiana Tech 50. Nevada 47 Louisiana-Monroe 51, Utah St. 48, 20T Louisville 44, Easl Carolina 20 Mars Hill 30, Winrjale 24, 20T Maryland 45, Duke 12 Massachusetts 14, James Madison 7 Morehead St. 45, Austin Peay 25 Morehouse19, Lane 16. OT Morgan St 35, Delaware St. 28, 20T Murray St. 38. SE Missouri 31 North Texas 27, Louisiana-Lafayette 0 Notre Dame 34. Florida SI. 24 Presbyterian 14. Lenoir-Rhyne 3 Randolph-Macon 17, Johns Hopkins 12 Rhodes 59, Colorado College 0 S. Carolina St. 47, Hampton 41. 20T Salisbury 31. Apprentice 6 Samford 20, Morris Brown 7 Shenandoah 28, Chowan 7 Stephen F.Austin 36, Jacksonville St. 28 Tennessee St. 26, Tenn.-Martin 8 Troy St. 21. Florida Atlantic 6 Tulane 51, Navy 30 Tuskegee 34, Fort Valley St. 23 UCF 28, Akron 17 VM13B, Liberty 14 Valdosta St. 43, West Alabama 31 Vanderbilt 28, Connecticut 24 Virginia St. 12. Winston-Salem 7 Virginia Tech 20, Temple 10 Virginia Union 24, N.C. Central 7 W. Carolina 45, Chattanooga 28 W. Kentucky 24. Indiana St. 7 Wake Forest 31, North Carolina 0 Washington & Lee 26, Sewanee 14 William & Mary 30, Northeastern 13 Woflord 26. Appalachian St. 19 MIDWEST Albion 21, Kalamazoo20 Alma 41, Wis. Lutheran 3 Aurora 23, Lakeland 13 Bemidji St. 35. Minn.-Moorhead 28, OT Benedictine, Kan. 23, Lindenwood 6 Bethel, Kan. 18, Sterling 17 Belhet, Minn. 41, Carleton 0 Bowling Green 38, Ball St. 20 Buller 48, Drake 44 Carnegie-Mellon 26, Rose-Hulman 17 Cent. Methodist 23, Graceland, Iowa 3 Cent. Missouri 42, Missouri Southern 21 Chadron St. 48, Western SL.Colo. 10 Cincinnati 48, Memphis 10 Coe 40, Buena Vista 5 Concordia, Neb. 41, Dakota Wesleyan 27 Concordia, St.P. 38, Wayne, Neb. 17 Dayton 35, Tiflin 20 Dickinson St. 42, Huron 7 Emporia St. 21, SW Baptist 13 Evangel 44, Avila 37 Ferris St. 24, Saginaw Valley St. 3 Fort Hays St. 20, Mesa, Colo. 16 Franklin 24, Defiance 23 Friends 33, Ottawa, Kan. 26 Gustav Adolphus 42, Hamline 23 Hillsdale 31, Michigan Tech 7 Illinois 45. Indiana 14 Illinois St. 31, N.Iowa 20 Indianapolis 40, Mercyhurst 16 Iowa 34, Michigan 9 John Carroll 59, Heidelberg 21 Kansas Wesleyan 28, McPherson 19 Kenyon 22, Hiram 10 Luther 23, Loras 13 Mac Murray 7, Eureka 0 Malone52, UrbanalO Maranatha Baptist 28, Principia 21 Marshall 23, Cent Michigan 18 Mary 24, Dakota St. 0 Miami (Ohio) 27, Toledo 13 MidAm Nazarene 28, Baker 14 Midland Lutheran 37, Dana 31 Minn.-Crookston 46. Minn.-Morris 13 Minn.-Oulutti 48. Northern St., S.D. 22 Minn.-Mankato 41, St. Cloud St. 40 Minot St. 44, Mayville St. 27 Missouri 36, Kansas 12 Missouri Valley 47, William Jewell 41,20T Missouri Western 34, Washburn 28, OT Monmouth, III. 28, Illinois College 7 Morningside 28, Doane 25 Mount St Joseph 37, fliuffton 35 Mount Union 38, Capital 22 N. Colorado 31, Augustana, S.D. 7 N. Illinois 24. W. Michigan 20 N. Michigan 49, Wayne, Mich. 46, OT NW Missouri St. 31, Truman St. 24 Nebraska Wesleyan 40, Hastings 38 Nebraska-Omaha 20, North Dakota 17 North Central 22, Carthage 19 Ohio Northern 28, Otterbein 7 Ohio St. 13, PennSt7 Olivet 23, Adrian 10 Pittsburg St 48, Missouri-Rolla 14 Purdue 42, Northwestern 13 Ouincy 54, Culver-Stockton 31 S. Dakota St. 25, N. Dakota St. 20 SW Missouri St. 38, S. Illinois 28 Simpson, Iowa 35, Dubuque 6 Sioux Falls 48, Northwestern, Iowa 14 South Dakota 42, St. Joseph's, Ind. 7 Southwestern, Kan. 41, Bethany, Kan. 35 St. Ambrose 55, Iowa Wesleyan 28 St. Francis, (nd. 35, Taylor 20 St. John's, Minn. 34, Concordia, Moor. 9 St. Mary, Kan. 22, Tabor 15, OT St. Olaf 34, Macalester 6 St. Thomas, Minn. 49. Augsburg 6 Upper Iowa 35, Cornell, Iowa 28 Valley City St. 13, S. Dakota Tech 7 W. Illinois 19, Youngstown St. 0 Wabash51,0berlin6 Walsh 31, Geneva 7 Wartburg 14, Central 0 Washington, Mo. 49, Case Reserve 42 Winona St. 45, Southwest St., Minn. 14 Wis.-Eau Claire 42, Wis.-Platteville 35 Wis.-Slevens Point 12,.Wis.-Oshkosh 10 Wis.-Stout 21, Wis.-River Falls 7 Wis.-Whitewater 23, Wis.-LaCrosse 20, OT Wisconsin 42, Michigan St. 24 Wittenberg 58, Ohio Wesleyan 17 Wooster 49, Earlham 20 SOUTHWEST Abilene Christian 21, Midwestern St. 20 Arkansas 48, Mississippi 28 Arkansas Tech 14, West Georgia 12 Cent. Oklahoma 56, Bacone 21 E. New Mexico 27, Texas A&M Commerce 17 East Central 34, Angelo St. 21 Hardin-Simmons 43, E. Texas Baptist 22 Harding 40, Ark.-Monticello 27 Kansas St. 44, Baylor 10 Lincoln, Mo. 34, Langston 13 Mary Hardin-Baylor31, Su! Ross St. 0 McNeese St. 47, Sam Houston St. 10 NW Oklahoma 61, Peru St. 20 Nebraska 38, Texas A&M 31 New Mexico St. 26, Arkansas St. 21 North Alabama 47, Cent. Arkansas 33 Northeastern St 29, Tarleton St. 28 Panhandle St 46, SW Assemblies of God 14 Rice 27, SMU 15 S. Arkansas 50, Ouachila 47 SE Oklahoma 36, SW Oklahoma 13 Southern U. 46, Prairie View 24 Texas 21, Iowa St. 10 Texas Southern 34. MVSU 21 Trinity, Texas 55, Centre 23 Tulsa 20, UTEP 0 FAR WEST Boise St. 45, San Jose St. 8 Carroll, Mont. 44, E. Oregon 13 Colorado 37, Texas Tech 13 Colorado Mines 55, N.M Highlands 24 Idaho 21, Middle Tennessee 18 Idaho St. 34, Weber St. 0 Linfield 56. Menlo 6 Montana 24, Portland St. 21 Montana Tech 45, Montana St-Northern 14 Montana-Western 31, Rocky Mountain 28 N. Arizona 20, Montana St. 17 Nebraska-Kearney 47, Fort Lewis 25 New Mexico 42. Utah 35, 20T Oregon St. 24, California 13 Sacramento St. 48, E. Washington 41 SanOiegoSt.31,UNLV21 Southern Cal 44, Oregon 33 St. Mary's, Cal. 24, S. Utah 14 UC Davis 28. Cal Poly-SLO 14 UCLA 28, Stanford 18 Wyoming 34, Air Force 26 HOW THE TOP 25 FARED How the top 25 teams in The Associated Press' college football poll fared this week: No. 1 Miami (7-0) beat West Virginia 40-23. Next: at Rutgers, Saturday. No. 2 Oklahoma (7-0) did not play. Next: vs. No. 21 Colorado, Saturday. No. 3 Virginia Tech (8-0) beat Temple 20-10. Next: vs. Pittsburgh. Saturday. No. 4 Ohio State (9-0) beat No. 18 Penn State 13-7. Next: vs. No. 25 Minnesota, Saturday. No. 5 Georgia (8-0) beat Kentucky 52-24. Next: vs. Florida. Saturday. No. 6 Notre Dame (8-0) beat No, 11 Florida Stale 34-24. Next: vs. Boston College. Saturday. No. 7 Texas (7-1) beat No. 17 Iowa State 2110. Next: at Nebraska, Saturday. No. 8 Michigan (6-2) lost to No. 13 Iowa 349. Next: vs. Michigan State, Saturday. No. 9 Washington State (7-1) beat Arizona 21-13. Next vs. No. 23 Arizona State, Saturday. No. 10 LSU (6-2) lost to Auburn 31-7. Next: at Kentucky, Nov. 9. No. 11 Florida State (5-3) lost to No. 6 Notre Dame 34-24. Next: at Wake Forest, Saturday. No. 12 North Carolina State (9-0) beat Clemson 38-6. Thursday. Next vs. Georgia Tech, Saturday. No. 13 Iowa (8-1) beat No. 8 Michigan 34-9. Next: vs. Wisconsin, Saturday. No. 14 Oregon (6-2) lost to No. 15 Southern California 44-33. Next: at Stanford, Saturday. No. 15 Southern California (6-2) beat No. 14 Oregon 44-33. Next: at Stanford, Nov. 9. No. 16 Tennessee (4-3) lost to No. 19 Alabama 34-14. Next: at South Carolina, Saturday. No. 17 Iowa State (6-3) lost to No. 7 Texas 21-10. Next: vs. Missouri, Saturday. No. 18 Penn State (5-3) lost to No. 4 Ohio State 13-7. Next vs. Illinois, Saturday. No. 19 Alabama (6-2) beat No. 16 Tennessee 34-14. Next: at Vanderbitt, Saturday. No. 20 Kansas State (6-2) beat Baylor 44-10. Next: at Kansas, Saturday. No. 21 Colorado (6-2) beat Texas Tech 37-13. Next: at No. 2 Oklahoma, Saturday. No. 22 Air Force (6-2) lost to Wyoming 3426. Next: vs. Colorado State, Saturday. No. 23 Arizona State (7-2) beat Washington 27-16. Next at No. 9 Washington State, Saturday. No. 24 Bowling Green (7-0) beat Ball State 38-20. Next at Kent State, Saturday. No. 25 Minnesota (7-1) did not play. Next at No. 4 Ohio State, Saturday. Pin SUMMARY PITT 19, BOSTON COLLEGE 16 (OT) Boston College 330 10 0—16 Pittsburgh 10 3 0 3 3-19 First Quarter BC—FGSciortino 39,10:05 Pitt—FG Abdul 20,5:31 Pitt—Fitzgerald 7 pass from Rutherford (Abdul kick), 0:17 Second Quarter Pitt—FG Abdul 30,1:55 BC-FG Sciortino 42, 0:02 Fourth Quarter BC—FG Sciortino 24,13:03 BC—Ryan 15 pass from St. Pierre (Sciortino kick), 7:41 Pitt—FG Abdul 30, 0:05 Overtime Pitt—FG Abdul 42 A—45,060 BC Pitt Rrst downs 19 19 Rushes-yards 40-177 32-143 Passing 179 201 Comp-Att-Int 18-34-0 20-38-0 Return Yards -17 35 Punts-Avg. 6-40.0 7-36.1 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 o-O Penalties-Yards 7-52 8-82 Time of Possession 45:50 29-10 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Boston College, Knight 27-136, St. Pierre 12-44, Hazard 1-(minus 3). Pittsburgh, Rutherford 13-73, Miree 17-68, Furman 1-1, Polite 1-1. PASSING—Boston College, St Pierre 1834-0-179. Pittsburgh, Rutherford 20-38-0201. RECEIVING—Boston College, Hemmings 769, Adams 3-21, Burke 2-35, Knight 2-20, Ryan 2-19, Hazard 2-15. Pittsburgh, Fitzgerald 8-86, Slade 3-50, Miree 3-25, Bynes 2-13, Murphy 2-8, Polite 1-13, Furman 1-6. PENN STATE SUMMARY OHIO STATE 13, PENN STATE 7 Penn St. 7000—7 Ohio St. D 3 10 0_13 First Quarter PSU—LJohnson 5 run (Gould kick), :36. Second Quarter OSU—FG Nugent 37, 6:16. Third Quarter OSU—Gamble 40 interception return (Nugent kick), 13:07. OSU—FG Nugent 37, 1:05. A—105,103. PSU OSU First downs 8 18 Rushes-yards 23-81 49-141 Passing 98 112 Comp-Att-Int 14-28-3 13-20-2 Return Yards 114 146 Punts-Avg. 7-40.7 ' 5-48.6 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 3-2 Penalties-Yards 4-50 3-24 Time of Possession 22:31 37'29 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Penn St., L.Johnson 16-66, M.Robinson 2-8, Mills 5-7. Ohio St., Ross 2140, Krenzel 15-39. Clarelt 4-39. Hall 8-20, Gamble 1-3. PASSING—Penn St., Mills 14-28-3-98. Ohio St., Krenzel 13-20-2-112. RECEIVING—Penn St., LJohnson 6-32, G.Smilh 2-25, Lukac 2-18, T.Johnson 2-14, B.Johnson 1-6. M.Robinson 1-3. Ohio St., Jenkins 3-34, Ross 3-30, Hartsock 3-29, Hall 2-15, Vance 1-5, Gamble 1-(minus 1). TOP 25 SUMMARIES MIAMI 40, WEST VIRGINIA 23 Miami 10 7 13 10—40 W. Virginia 73 13 0—23 First Quarter Mia—Johnson 42 pass from Dorsey (Sievers kick), 9:54. WVa—Cobourne 7 run (James kick), 7:42. Mia—FG Sievers 47, 0:43. Second Quarter Mia—McGahee 1 run (Sievers kick). 4:18. WVa—FG James 24. 0:07. Third Quarter WVa—Marshall 12 run (James kick), 13:51. Mia—McGahee 2 run (Sievers kick). 8:51. WVa—Wilson 1 run (kick failed). 5:41. Mia—Johnson 11 pass from Dorsey (kick failed). 2:59. Fourth Quarter Mia—McGahee 1 run (Sievers kick), 13:59. Mia—FG Sievers 37, 6:21. A—56,817. Mia First downs Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards WVa 21 21 39-102 62-363 422 60 22-36-0 6-18-2 68 4 4-43 7-35 3-2 2-1 6-51 3-30 31:22 Time of Possession 28:38 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Miami, McGahee 32-112, Team 2-0. Payton 1-(minus 1), Geathers 3-(minus 1). Dorsey 1-(minus 8). West Virginia, Cobourne 26-175, Marshall 21-93. Wilson 1467, Garvin 1-28. PASSING—Miami, Dorsey 22-36-0-422. West Virginia, Marshall 6-17-1-60, Fazzolari 01-1-0. RECEIVING—Miami, Johnson 6-111, Hill 6108, Winslow 4-64, McGahee 2-71, Beard 247, Moss 1-17, Geathers 1-4. West Virginia, Bailey 2-35, Page 1 -9, Cobourne 1-8. Folana 1 4, Braxton1-4. NOTRE DAME 34, FLORIDA ST. 24 Notre Dame 10 D 17 7—34 Florida Stale 370 14—24 First Quarter ND—Battle 65 pass from Holiday (Setta kick), 12:40. FS—FG Beitia 24,7:05. ND—FG Setta 39,1:16. Second Quarter FS—Washington 1 run (Beitia kick). 4:14. Third Quarter ND—FG Setta 35, 5:26. ND—Grant 2 run (Setta kick), 4:03. ND—Jenkins 16 pass from Holiday (Setta kick), 3:05. Fourth Quarter ND—Grant 31 run (Setta kick), 10:14. FS—Boldin 5 pass from McPherson (Beitia kick), 1:12. FS—Maddox 29 pass from McPherson (Beitia kick), :12. A—84,106. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return Yards Comp-Att-Int Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession ND 13 32-116 185 47 13-21-0 6-42 1-0 4-40 29:07 FS 20 32-93 325 0 21-43-2 6-45 3-2 11-98 30:53 Sports phone: (724) 465-5555 indianagazette.com The Indiana Gazette on the Internet INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Notre Dame, Grant 19-94, Holiday 5-17, Lopienski 1-4, Wilson 7-1. Florida St-Jones 14-34, Rix 10-28, McPherson 3-25. Maddox 2-8, T.Washington 1-1, Boldin 1-1, Reid 1-(minus4). PASSING—Noire Dame, Holiday 13-21-0185. Florida SI, Rix 13-32-0-207, McPherson 8-11-0-118. RECEIVING—Notre Dame, Battle 3-77, Jenkins 3-23, Grant 3-15, Slovall 2-33, Clark 1-37, Wilson 1-0. Florida St, Boldin 9-175, Maddox 4-90. Morgan 4-33, Jones 3-22, Gardner 1-5. IOWA 34, MICHIGAN 9 Iowa 10 0 14 10—34 Michigan 0630—9 First Quarter Iowa—Jones 39 pass from Banks (Kaeting kick), 10:37. Iowa—FGKaeling 19,3:12. Second Quarter Mich—Perry 1 run (kick blocked), 1:13, • Third Quarter Mich—FGFinley 40,12:31. Iowa—Jones 3 pass from Banks (Kaeiing kick), 8:57. Iowa—Jones 5 run (Kaeting), 2:58. Fourth Quarter Iowa—Lewis 23 pass from Banks (Kaeting kick), 14:47. Iowa—FG 27 Kaeting, 2:49. A—111,496. Iowa Mich First downs 22 12 Rushes-yards 49-177 20-22 Passing 222 149 Comp-Att-Int 18-29-0 17-39-0 Return Yards 43 91 Punts-Avg. 3-28 3-8 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 11-66 4-29 Time of Possession 38:27 21:33 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Iowa, Lewis 18-109, Banks 753. Russell 20-28. Cervantes 1-4. team 2(minus 6), Bradley 1-(minus 11). Michigan, Navarre 5-18, Perry 9-14, Askew 3-(minus 2), Spenser 3-(minus 8). PASSING—Iowa, Banks 18-29-0-222. Michigan, Navarre 14-33-0-112, Spenser 3-60-37. RECEIVING—Iowa, Jones 8-81, Clark 5-68, Brown 3-41, Lewis 2-32. Michigan, Edwards 5-69, Joppru 4-45, Askew 3-7, Butler 2-12, Perry 2-6, Bellamy 1-10. AUBURN 31, LSU 7 LSU 0007—7 Auburn 7 10 7 7—31 First Quarter Aub—Brown 5 run (Yost kick), 6:56. Second Quarter Aub—FG Yost 19, 6:07. Aub—Smith 13 run (Yost kick), 2:10. Third Quarter Aub—Johnson 3 pass from Campbell (Yost kick), 10:51. Fourth Quarter Aub—Brown 20 run (Yost kick), 11:14. LSU—AdtJai 8 run (Corbello kick), 719 A—85,366. LSU Aub First downs 14 14 Rushes-yards 41-163 45-216 Passing 79 105 Comp-Att-Int 9-20-4 7-11-0 Return Yards 57 39 Punts-Avg. 5-40.6 3-46.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 6-52 6-59 Time of Possession 30:15 29:45 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—LSU, Randall 16-74. Addai 1044, Davis 14-42, Clayton 1-3. Auburn, Brown 18-95. Smith 11-80. Campbell 8-37. Buder 77, team 1-(minus3). PASSING—LSU, Randall 9-20-4-79. Auburn, Campbell 7-11-0-105. RECEIVING—LSU, Myers 3-44, Henderson 2-16, Clayton 2-10, Robinson 1-7, Davis 1-2. Auburn, Johnson 3-32, Aromashodu 2-61, Willis 1-6, Mdntyre 1-6. SOUTHERN CAL 44, OREGON 33 Southern Cal 14 02010—44 Oregon 13 6 014—33 First Quarter Ore—FG Siegel 45,13:27. USC—MacKenzie 8 pass from Palmer (Killeen kick), 9:58. Ore—Howry 54 pass from Fife (Siegel kick) 8:26. USC—Williams 35 pass Irom Palmer (Killeen kick), 5:08. Ore—FG Siegel 41, 2:57. Second Quarter Ore—FG Siegel 48,14:05. Ore—FG Siegel 31, 8:33. Third Quarter USC—Kelly 31 pass from Palmer (kick blocked). 11:36. USC—Fargas 15 run (Killeen kick), 6:44. USC—Williams 16 pass from Palmer (Killeen kick), 3:01. Fourth Quarter USC—MacKenzie B pass Irom Palmer (Killeen kick). 14:50. USC—FG Killeen 48, 9:49. Ore—Whitehead 1 run (Siegel kick), 3:14. Ore—Howry 31 pass from Fife (Siegel kick) 1:12. A—56,754. USC Ore First downs 31 20 Rushes-yards 46-160 27-76 Passing 448 336 Comp-Att-Int 31-42-1 20-45-2 Return Yards 55 182 Punts-Avg. 3-40.7 4-40.8 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-45 5-52 Time of Possession 36:59 23:01 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Southern Cal, Fargas 27-139. Dennis 10-19. McCullough 2-16. MacKenzie 34, team 2-(minus 4), Palmer 2-(minus 14). Oregon. Smith 19-79. Whitehead 1-1. Amundsen 1-1, Rfe 6-(minus 5). PASSING—Soulhern Cal, Palmer 31-42-1448. Oregon, Fife 20-45-2-336. RECEIVING—Southern Cal, Williams 13226, Kelly 6-94, MacKenzie 6-43, Colbert 4-77, Guenther 1-6, Dennis 1-2. Oregon, Howry 7147. Parker 6-77, Willis 3-63, Wrighlsler 2-36, Whitehead 1-12. Floberg 1-1. BOWLING GREEN 38, BALL STATE 20 Ball St. 3 0 1D 7—20 Bawling Green 0 21 3 14—38 First Quarter BS—FG Langlord 44, 5:39. Second Quarter BG—Baker 7 pass from Harris (Suisham kick), 14:50. BG—Pope 6 run (Suisham kick). 10:15. BG—Pope 9 run (Suisham kick). 2:57. Third Quarter BS—FG Langford 25, 8:05. 6G—FG Suisham 25. 4:00. BS—Schembra 13 pass from Roesch (Lanrjford kick), 2:19. Fourth Quarter BG—Sharon 25 pass from Harris (Suisham kick), 14:55. BS—Slreit 2 pass from Roesch (Langford kick), 8:53. BG—Magner4 run (Suisham kick), 1-11 A—21,039. BS BG First downs 21 28 Rushes-yards 37-153 41-256 Passing 205 195 Comp-Att-Int 23-41-2 19-32-2 Return Yards 17 29 Punts-Avg. 4-40.5 3-38.7 Fumbles-Lost . 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-48 4-50 Time of Possession 33:15 26'45 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—flaH St, Merriweather 29-139, Wynn 2-9, Roesch 5-6, Volk 1-(minus 1). Bowling Green, Alls 20-109, Pope 12-81. Magner4-25, Harris 3-24, Johnson 1-10 Lane 1-7. PASSING—Ball St., Roesch 23-41-2-205. Bowling Green. Harris 19-32-2-195. RECEIVING—Ball St., Schembra 9-91, Ridfieway 4-31, Bostic 3-19, Merriweather 314, Franklin 2-46, Streit 1-2, Volk 1-2. Bowling Green, Redd 5-40, Hawkins 5-26, Marjner 343, Sharon 2-42, Alls 2-31, Baker 1-7 Pope 16. COLORADO 37, TEXAS TECH 13 Texas Tech 10 3 0 0—13 Colorado 10 6 14 7—37 First Quarter TxT—FGTreece 22,11:47. Col—FG Brougham 48.10:20. Col—Brown 3 run (Brougham kick), 7:10. TxT—Henderson 2 run (Treece kick), :12. Second Quarter TxT—FGTreece 42, 7:21. Col—McCoy 14 pass from Hodge (kick failed), :13. Third Quarter Col—Purify 36 pass from Hodge (Brougham kick), 3:58. Col—Moorer 51 interception return (Brougham kick), 1:46. Fourth Quarter Col—Brayton 14 fumble recovery return (Eberly kick), 4:22. A—50.478. TxT Co! First downs 26 14 Rushes-yards 30-91 41-162 Passing 268 116 Comp-Att-Int 36-65-4 9-23-2 Return Yards 32 183 Punts-Avg. 5-39 4-58 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 6-39 11-103 Time of Possession 33:18 26:42 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Texas Tech, Henderson 16-83, Munlin 5-25, Kingsbury 9-(minus 17). Colorado, 8rown 26-149, Brougham 1-6, Purify 7-5, Vickers 1 -3, Hodge 2-1, Calhoun 4(minus 2). PASSING—Texas Tech, Kingsbury 36-65-4268. Colorado, Hodge 9-22-2-116, Team 0-10-0. RECEIVING—Texas Tech, Henderson 11-41, Francis 7-63, Glover 4-43, Paige 3-42, Peters 3-29, Welker 3-20, Munlin 2-11, Harttield 114, Bachman 1-3, McGuire 1-2. Colorado, Purify 4-57, Williams 1-21, McCoy 1-14, Donahoe 1-13, Drumm 1-7, Hackett 1-4 GEORGIA 52, KENTUCKY 24 Georgia 14 7 2110—52 Kentucky 17 7 0 0—24 First Quarter UK—Pinner 33 run (Begley kick). 12:37 UG—Gary 25 pass from Greene (Bennett kick), 10:18 UK—Boone 24 pass from Lorenzen (Begley kick), 8:53 UG—Watson 15 pass from Shock!&y (Bennett kick), 4:24 UK—FG Begley 24, :10 Second Quarter UG—Edwards 12 pass from Greene (Bennett kick), 13:34 UK—Abney 60 pass from Lorenzen (Begley kick). 6:21 Third Quarter UG—Edwards 41 pass from Greene (Bennett kick), 12:28 UG—Edwards 12 pass from Greene (Bennett kick), 10:25 UG—Gary 8 pass (ram Shockfey (Bennett kick), 2:25 Fourth Quarter UG—FG Bennett 26. 9:17 UG—Powell 1 run (Bennett kick), :56 A—71.017. UGA UK First downs 33 19 Rushes-yards 40-172 30-130 Passing 357 242 Comp-Att-Int 27-47-1 15-31-0 Return Yards 130 140 Punts-Avg. 4-45.2 8-39.5 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-62 10-77 Time of Possession 34:00 26:00 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Georgia, Milton 18-78, Shockley 6-38, Powell 7-23. Wall 3-16, Greene 5-11, Browning 1-6. Kentucky, Pinner 19-111, Boyd 2-36, Bwenge l-(minus 4), Lorenzen 8(minus 13). PASSING—Georgia, Greene 16-32-0-251, Shockley 10-14-1-102, Edwards 1-1-0-4. Kentucky. Lorenzen 13-27-0-208 Boyd 2-4-034. RECEIVING—Georgia, Watson 7-77. Gary 6-62. Edwards 5-127, Brown 5-52, Wall 1-13, Johnson 1-13, Browning 1-9. Shockley 1-4. Kentucky. Boone 5-88. Abney 4-99, Cook 2-24, Harp 2-23, Galfron 1-6, Kamphake 1-2. TEXAS 21, IOWA STATE 10 Iowa SI. 0 10 D O—io Texas 707 7—21 First Quarter Tex—Benson 1 run (Mangum kick), 7:50 Second Quarter ISU—FG Benike 40. 6:09 ISU—Young 16 pass from Wallace (Benike kick). 2:10 Third Quarter Tex—Benson 59 run (Mangum kick). 11:31 Fourth Quarter Tex—Young 2 run (Mangum kick), 7:12 A—83,071. ISU Tex First downs 21 25 Rushes-yards 33-53 56-245 Passing 227 141 Comp-Att-Int 19-40-1 16-23-1 Return Yards 94 17 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-2 Penalties-Yards 4-35 5-39 Time of Possession 26:58 33:02 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Iowa St., Wagner 10-33, Rutland 13-21. Wallace 7-15, learn 1-(minus 2), Danielson 2-(minus 9). Texas, Benson 30199, Young 9-34, Robin 6-26. R.Williams 1-5. learn 3-(minus 8). Simms 7-(minus 11). PASSING—Iowa St., Wallace 1B-39-1-226, Danielson 1-1-0-1. Texas, Simms 16-23-1141. RECEIVING—Iowa St.. Whitver 6-73, Danielson 4-55, Young 4-38, Montgomery 240, Rutland 1-11, Wagner 1-9, Wallace 1-1. Texas. R.Williams 4-48. Johnson 4-22. I.Williams 3-32, Shanahan 2-21, Thomas 1-6, Benson 1-6, Robin 1-6. VIRGINIA TECH 20, TEMPLE 10 Temple 003 7—10 Virginia Tech 737 3—20 First Quarter VT—Suggs 4 run (Schmitt kick), 9:16. Second Quarter VT—FG Schmitt 21, :02. Third Quarter Tern—FGPoklemba 36, 8:51. VT—Easlick 32 pass from Randall (Schmitt kick). 0:00. Fourth Quarter VT—FG Schmitt 22, 10:05. Tern—Szarka 13 pass from McGann (Poklemba kick), 1:48. A—64,937. Tem VT First downs 12 20 Rushes-yards 25-39 54-199 Passing 230 146 Conip-AK-Int 17-32-3 13-20-2 Return Yards 31 22 Punts-Avg. 5-32 2-45 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-2 Penalties-Yards 9-65 4-30 Time of Possession 23:45 36:15 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Temple, Sharps 17-38, McGann 6-16. Team 1-(minus 5), Ringwelski 1-(minus 10). Virginia Tech, Jones 17-72, Randall 9-47, Suggs 19-47, Easlick 4-16, Humes ?-10, Johnson 1-9, Team 1-(minus 2). PASSING—Temple, McGann 17-32-3-230. Virginia Tech, Randall 13-20-2-146. RECEIVING—Temple. Dillard 4-98, Cobb 440. Szarka 3-43. Fenton 2-22, Sharps 2-15, Stubbs 2-12. Virginia Tech, Johnson 4-4o! Easlick 3-38, Wilford 2-11, Suggs 1-30, Hamilton 1-11, Witten 1-10, Humes, 1-6. WYOMING 34, AIR FORCE 26 Air Force 3 3 812—26 Wyoming 7 10 7 10—34 First Quarter AFA—FG Ashcrofl 27, 9:04. Wyo—Vines 40 pass from Ca. Bramlet (Parker kick), 2:57. Second Quarter Wyo—FG Parker 21,11:28. AFA—FG Ashcroft 26, 6:23. Wyo—Floyd 58 pass from Ca. Bramlet (Parker kick), 5:59. Third Quarter AFA—Butler 4 run (Palmer run), 8:02. Wyo—Ca. Bramlet 9 run (Parker kick), 2:18. Fourth Quarter Wyo—Armah 4 run (Parker kick), 11:01. AFA—Park 80 pass from Harridge (Ashcroft kick), 10:42. Wyo—FG Parker 23, 5:57. AFA—Safety, Mayo blocked punt in end zone, 2:03. AFA—FG Ashcroft 31. :43. A—15,022 AFA Wyo First downs 22 26 Rushes-yards 53-255 33-97 Passing 169 387 Comp-Att-Int 9-20-0 32-43-0 Return Yards 41 30 Punts-Avg. 5-47 4-35 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 3-25 2-10 Time of Possession 31:34 28'26 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Air Force, Harridge 17-91, Palmer 9-45, Heier 5-29, Butler 7-23, Cole 723, Park 1-19. Massie 3-11. Stephens 3-11, Clark 1-3. Wyoming. Armah 14-41. Bradshaw 8-37, Ca. Bramlet 11-19. PASSING—Air Force, Harridge 9-19-0-169, team 0-1-0-0. Wyoming, Bramlet 32-42-0387, team 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING—Air Force, Waller 4-51. Pa* 1 80, Slrecker 1-16, Amezaga 1-13, Heier 1-6, Massie 1-3. Wyoming, Vines 7-85, Bouknight 7-54, Floyd 6-92, McGuffey 4-88, Ralph 4-41, Pleasant 3-20, Sorensen 1-7. KANSAS STATE 44, BAYLOR 10 Kansas St. 3 10 17 14—44 Baylor 037 B—10 First Quarter KSU—FG Rheem 39, 8:20. Second Quarter Bay—FG Andino 34,11:12. KSU—Tetuan 34 interception return (Rheem kick), 4:08. KSU—FG Rheem 26, :01. Third Quarter KSU—Sproles 12 run (Rheem kick), 12:28. KSU—Jordan 93 blocked field goal return (Rheem kick), 9:25. KSU—FG Rheem 37, 3:54. Bay—Williams 1 pass from Cicero (Andino kick), 1:49. Fourth Quarter KSU—Saba 6 run (Rheem kick), 7:42. KSU—Dunn 1 run (Rheem kick), :42. A—20,247. KSU Bay First downs 22 17 Rushes-yards 50-279 32-(-37) Passing 88 338 Comp-Att-Int 10-21-1 24-38-2 Return Yards 73 28 Punts-Avg. 4-36.0 * 8-26.4 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards . 9-75 9-83 Time of Possession 30:54 29:06 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Kansas St., Sproles 26-124, Roberson 11 -90, Davis 5-34, Alsup 2-19. Saba 2-5, Dunn 2-5. Mann 1-2, Wilson 1-0. Baylor, Armstrong 13-8, Golden 1-0, Zachry 12(minus 2), Cicero 6-{minus 43). PASSING—Kansas St., flobersor? 7-17-154, Dunn 3-4-0-34. Baylor, Zachry 17-24-1248, Cicero 7-13-1-90, Copeland 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING—Kansas St.. Wallace 5-47, Dennis 2-14. Evans 1-16. Hill 1-6. Sproles 1-5. Baylor, Newhouse 9-173, Quiroga 8-79, Harrington 2-52, Darnell 1-16, Armstrong 1-9, Thompson 1-6. DeLeenheer 1-2. Williams 1-1. ALABAMA 34, TENNESSEE 14 Alabama '771010—34 Tennessee 077 0—14 First Quarter Ala—Dixon 66 fumble return (Robinson kick), 11:23. Second Quarter Ala—Beard 10 run (Robinson kick), :52. Ten—Jones 87 kickoff return (Walls kick), :39. Third Quarter Ala—FG Robinson 27. 8:42. Ala—Watts 2 run (Robinson kick). 4:14. Ten—Scott 13 run (Walls kick), 1:46. Fourth Quarter Ala—FG Robinson 21. 8:25. Ala—Beard 1 run (Robinson kick), 3:22 A—107,722. Ark Ten First downs 14 17 Rushes-yards 46-172 26-59 Passing 128 163 Comp-Att-Int 7-12-1 15-27-3 Return Yards 204 236 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 5-3 Penalties-Yards 11-87 8-54 Time of Possession 32:49 27:11 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Alabama, Beard 16-65, Williams 8-49, Hudson 2-25, Ward 1-24, Watts' 13-11, McLain 3-5, Croyle 1-(minus 3), team 2-(minus 4), Tennessee, Davis 7-26, Wade 121, Scott 1-13, Fleming 4-13, Tinsley 2-8, Rrggs 2-4, Houston 1-3. Banks 3-(minus 7). Clausen 5-(minus 22). PASSING—Alabama, Croyle 5-7-0-128, Watts 2-5-1-0, Tennessee, Clausen 14-26-3161. Banks 1-1-0-2. RECEIVING—Alabama, Beard 2-53, Fletcher 1-56, Luke 1-14, Collins 1-5, Johnston 1-2, McLain 1-(minus 2). Tennessee, Brown 4-40. Witten 4-36. Jones 3-39, Wade 1-32. Scott 110, Fagan 1-8, Houston 1-(minus 2). PRO BOWLING PBA MEMPHIS OPEN RESULTS Saturday At Winchester Bowl Memphis, Tenn. Round of B Best of 5. Lasers eliminated, earn $5,000 Danny Wiseman, Baltimore. Md.. def. Eric Forkel, Northridge, Calif., 3-1 (225-196. 238246,267-221,248-207). Lonnie Waliczek, Wichita, Kan., def. Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo.. 3-1 (213-197, 236-258, 209-189,259-218). Brian Voss, Atlanta, def. Bryon Smith, Roseburg, Ore., 3-1 (248-215, 208-261, 246210,235-216). Tommy Jones, Greenville, S.C., def. Patrick Allen, Tarrytown, N.Y, 3-2 (188-234, 266-222 195-200,279-212,225-195). AMF WORLD CUP STANDINGS At Riga, Latvia Championship Men Mika Luoto, Finland, def. Remy Ong, Singapore. 232-216. 244-191. Semifinals — Mika Luoto. Finland, def. Talal Towereb, Saudi Arabia, 211-188, 244191. Remy Ong, Singapore, def. Andrew Cain, United Slates, 220-203, 224-268, 255-172. Women Shannon Pluhowsky. United States, def. Nikki Harvey, England, 224-165. 202-183. Semifinals — Nikki Harvey, England, def. Amanda Bradley, Australia, 216-170, 248-278, 238-194.Shannon Pluhowsky, United States, def. Pascale Moynot, France, 204-176, 221253,225-211. BASEBALL POSTSEASON DIVISION SERIES American League Anaheim 3. New York 1 New York 8, Anaheim 5 Anaheim 8. New York 6 Anaheim 9. New York 6 Anaheim 9, New York 5 Minnesota 3, Oakland 2 Minnesota 7, Oakland 5 Oakland 9, Minnesota 1 Oakland 6, Minnesota 3 Minnesota 11, Oakland 2 Minnesota 5, Oakland 4 . National League San Francisco 3, Atlanta 2 San Francisco 8. Atlanta 5 Atlanta 7, San Francisco 3 Atlanta 10, San Francisco 2 San Francisco 8, Atlanta 3 San Francisco 3, Atlanta 1 St. Louis 3, Arizona 0 St. Louis 12, Arizona 2 St. Louis 2, Arizona 1 St. Louis 6, Arizona 3 LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES American League Anaheim 4, Minnesota 1 Minnesota 2, Anaheim 1 Anaheim 6, Minnesota 3 Anaheim 2, Minnesota 1 Anaheim 7, Minnesota 1 Anaheim 13, Minnesota 5 National League San Francisco 4, St. Louis 1 San Francisco 9, St. Louis 6 San Francisco 4, St. Louis 1 St. Louis 5, San Francisco 4 San Francisco 4, St. Louis 3 San Francisco 2. St. Louis 1 WORLD SERIES Saturday, Oct. 19 San Francisco 4, Anaheim 3 Sunday, Oct. 20 Anaheim 11, San Francisco 10 Tuesday, Oct. 22 Anaheim 10, San Francisco 4 Wednesday, Oct. 23 San Francisco 4, Anaheim 3 Thursday, Oct. 24 San Francisco 16. Anaheim 4 Saturday, Oct. 26 Anaheim 6, San Francisco 5, series tied 3-3 Sunday, Oct. 27 San Francisco (Hernandez 12-16) at Anaheim (Lackey 9-4). 8:02 p.m. GAME 6 BOX ANGELS 6, GIANTS 5 SAN FRANCISCO ANAHEIM ab rribi ab r h bi Lofton ct 5220 Eckstin ss 4000 Auriliass 4000 Erstadcf 3111 JKent2b 4021 Salmon rf 4020 Bonds II 2111 Figgins pr 0100 BStiago c 3000 Ochoa rf 0000 Snowlb 4010 GAnrJsnlf 4110 RSndrsrf 4000 Glaus 3b 3122 DaBell 3b 4110 Rimer dh 4 ! 1 0 - Dnstondh 3112 Spieziolb 311 3 Godwin ph 1000 BMolna c 2000 OPImro ph 1000 JMolnac 0000. AKndy2b 4020 Totals 345 84 Totals 32 610 6 San Francisco ODD 031 100— 5 Anaheim ODD 000 33x— 5 E—Bonds (1), BMolina (1). DP—San Francisco 1. Anaheim 1. LOB—San Francisco 6, Anaheim 6.2B—Lofton (1), Glaus (3). HR— Bonds (4), Dunston (1), Erstad (1), Spiezio (1). SB—Lofton 2 (3). S—JMolina. IP H RER BBSO San Francisco RuOrtiz 61-3 4 2 2 2 2 FeRodriguez 1-3 1 1. 1 01 Eyre 0 10000 Worrell L,1-1 1-333200 Nen 1 10012 Anaheim Appier 41-3 43332 FrRodriguez 22-3 42204 Donnelly W.1-0 1 00012 Percival S,2 1 00002 Eyre pitched to 1 batter in the 7th, Worrell pitched to 3 batters in the 8th. WP—FrRodriguez. Umpires—Home, Tim McClelland; First, Jerry Crawford; Second, Angel Hernandez; Third. Tim Tschida; Left, Mike Winters; Right, Mike Reilly. T—3:48. A-44.506 (45,030). MOST HOMERS SINGLE POSTSEASON Most home runs in one postseason: 8 — Barry Bonds, San Francisco. 2002. 7 — Troy Glaus, Anaheim, 2002. 6 — Bob Robertson, Pittsburgh, 1971. 6— Len Dykstra, Philadelphia, 1993. 6 — Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle, 1995. 6 — Bernie Williams, New York-AL, 1996. 6 — Jim Thome, Cleveland, 1998. 5 — Reggie Jackson, New York-AL, 1977. 5 — Davey Lopes, Los Angeles, 1976. 5 —Willie Stargell. Pittsburgh, 1979. 5 — Juan Gonzalez, Texas, 1996. 5 — Fred McGriff. Atlanta, 1996. THIS DATE IN BASEBALL Oct. 27 1985 — The Kansas City Royals, behind Bret Sabernagen's five-hitter, beat the St. Louis Cardinals 11-0 in Game 7 of the World Series. 1986 — The New York Mets won the World Series with an 8-5 victory over the Boston Red Sox in Game 7. 1989 — The World Series resumed after a 10-day delay because of the San Francisco earthquake. Oakland, behind two homers by Dave Henderson, beat the Giants 13-7 in Game 3. 1996 — After two humbling losses at home, the New York Yankees won their first World Series title since 1978 with a 3-2 victory over the defending champion Atlanta Braves in Game 6. 1998 — President Clinton signed a bill overturning part ot baseball's 70-year-old antitrust exemption, putting baseball on a par with other pro sports on labor matters. The new law overrides part of a 1922 Supreme Court ruling that exempted baseball from antitrust laws on grounds that it was not interstate commerce. That exemption deprived baseball players of protections enjoyed by other pro athletes and that players' association blamed for contributing to baseball's eight work stoppages since 1972, including the disastrous 232-day strike in 1994-95. 1999 — Roger Clemens pitched the New York Yankees to their second straight World Series sv/eep, shutting down the Atlanta Braves 4-1 and ending his quest for the one and only prize that eluded him. The Yankees won their record 25th championship — third in four years. Game 4 marked New York's 12th Series victory a row, matching the mark set by its Murderers' Row teams. Today's birthday: Jason Johnson, 29; Brad Radke, 3D. BOWLING PATTERSON LANES NUTTIE BUDDIES Steve Barkey 162-216-211-589, Brian Baughman 230-569, Melvin Hannah 179-529, Paul Bartey 180-503, Bob Strong 177-487, Shirley Good 157-135-163-455, Debbie Fulmer 154-371, Carol Boyer 141-368, MArlene Rice 142-367, Marice Rice 132-361 ', Maruaret Fulmer 157-361 Sports hours 8-11 p.m.

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