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2C Tuesday, September 2, 2003 Lansing State Journal www.lsj.com Television today C0REB0ARD Baseball: NL - St Louis at Chicago Cubs, 1 p.m., WGN Atlanta at New York Mets, 7 p.m., WTBS AL - Cleveland at Detroit 7 p.m., Fox Sports Net; (tape), 3 a.m., Fox Sports Net Basketball: WNBA playoff - Cleveland at Detroit, 7 p.m., ESPN2 Boxing: Tye Fields Vs. Sherman Williams, 9:30 p.m., ESPN2 Motorsports: - NHRA - Mac Tools U.S. Nationals (tape), 7 a.m., ESPN2 Soccer International - Premiership (tape), noon, Fox Sports Net Tennis: U.S. Open, 11 a.m., USA; 7 p.m., USA; (tape), 2 a.m., USA Volleyball: Women's - State Farm Final; Southern Cal vs. Hawaii (tape), 2:30 p.m.,ESPN2 Radio today Baseball: AL-Cleveland at Detrort 7 p.m., WQTX 92.7-FM, WXYT 1270-AM Sports talk: Sports Page, 7 a.m., WQTX 92.7-FM Sports Inferno, 10 a.m., WQTX 92.7-FM Staudt on Sports, noon, WVFN 730-AM Newstalk 870 Sports, 1 p.m., WKAR 870-AM Mad Dog and Co., 3 p.m., WQTX 92.7-FM The Huge Show, 3 p.m., WVFN 730-AM Elsewhere U.S. team takes gold medal SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico Led by Tim Duncan's 19 first-half points and a 21-0 run, the US. led Argentina 60-27 at halftime and went on to a 106-73 victory on Sunday night in the Tournment of the Americas final. Duncan finished with 23 points and 14 rebounds as the U.S. won the gold medal with a 10-0 record. The U.S. and Argentina had qualified for the Olympics heading into Sunday night's game. The U.S. was the only team that averaged more than 100 points per game (with a victory margin of more than 30 per game) and the only team with fewer than three losses. Puerto Rico beat Canada 79-66 for the final Olympic berth behind 21 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and seven blocks from Jose Ortiz, who is looking to return to the NBA at 38. Figure skating champ arrested AVON, Conn. Olympic gold medalist Alexei Yagudin was charged Sunday with drunken driving after being pulled over for speeding. Yagudin, 23, who trains at the International Skating Center of Connecticut in nearby Simsbury, was driving his 2003 Mercedes when he was stopped by an Avon police officer at about 12:40 am. The four-time world champion was charged with operating under the influence of alcohol, traveling too fast and making an improper lane change without signaling. MSU sports Men s soccer team loses 3-1 EAST LANSING Despite out-shooting Loyola Marymount 14-7, the Michigan State men's soccer team lost 3-1 at Old College Field on Monday in the MSURadisson Fall Classic. Kellen Kalso converted a penalty kick at the 88:44 mark to narrow the gap to 2-1 before the Lions (1-1) scored again in the final minute. MSU (1-1), which trailed 1-0 at half-time, got two saves from Mike Robinson. LMU's goalie made seven saves. Michigan, which blanked Loyola 2-0 on Sunday, beat Xavier on Monday by the same 1-0 score that MSU managed against the Musketeers on Sunday. The Spartans will play at Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne on Sunday at 4 p.m. MO If PGA Deutsche Bank Championship Monday's final round results Adam Scott, $900,000 Rocco Mediate, $540,000 Justin Rose, $340,000 Vijay Singh, $240,000 Tim Herron, $190,000 Geoff Ogilvy, $190,000 Tiger Woods, $161,250 Steve Flesch, $161,250 Darren Clarke, $140,000 Jonathan Kaye, $140,000 Carl Pettersson, $120,000 Tim Clark, $120,000 Phillip Price, $88,333.34 Jim Furyk, $88,333.34 Kent Jones, $88,333.33 Glen Day, $88,333.33 Jonathan Byrd, $88,333.33 John Senden, $88,333.33 Dean Wilson, $60,600 Robert Allenby, $60,600 Tim Petrovic, $60,600 Briny Baird, $60,600 Darren Stiles, $60,600 Mike Grab, $41,500 Brad Faxon, $41,500 Peter Lonard, $41,500 Paul Gow, $41,500 Greg Norman, $41,500 Dan Foreman, $34,000 Stewart Cink, $34,000 Glen Hnatiuk, $34,000 Andrew Magee, $25,400 Joe Durant, $25,400 Tom Pernice, Jr., $25,400 Paul Azinger, $25,400 Billy Mayfair, $25,400 David Frost, $25,400 Neal Lancaster, $25,400 Todd Fischer, $25,400 Arron Oberholser, $25,400 KJ. Choi, $25,400 Harrison Frazar, $17,500 Richard S.Johnson, $17,500 Joey Sindelar, $17,500 Jeff Sluman, $17,500 Carl Paulson, $17,500 Pat Bates, $12,440 Corey Pavin, $12,440 Patrick Sheehan, $12,440 Carlos Franco, $12,440 Tom Gillis, $12,440 Kenichi Kuboya, $12,440 Jay Williamson, $12,440 Olin Browne, $12,440 Jim Carter, $12,440 Garrett Willis, $12,440 Paul Stankowski,$ 11,200 Mark Wilson, $11,200 Jesper Parnevik, $11,200 Spike McRoy, $10,900 Cliff Kresge, $10,900 Heath Slocum, $10,900 Jeff Maggert, $10,600 Brian Henninger, $10,600 Frank Lickliter II, $10,600 John Maginnes, $10,400 Cameron Yancey, $10,300 Robert Damron, $10,200 Doug Barron, $10,100 Brent Schwarzrock, $10,000 Tim Wilkinson, $9,900 (at Norton, Mass.) 69- 62-67-66-264 -20 67-70-66-65-268 -16 63-71-68-67-269 -15 65- 68-71-66-270 -14 67- 68-68-68-271 -13 68- 66-68-69-271 -13 70- 69-67-67-273 -11 66- 69-69-69-273 -11 67- 68-67-73-275 -9 71- 67-63-74-275 -9 71-71-67-67-276 -8 71-69-66-70-276 -8 67-72-72-66-277 -7 74-68-69-66-277 -7 68-69-72-68-277 -7 68-68-72-69-277 -7 70-71-67-69-277 -7 74-64-69-70-277 -7 70- 70-71-67-278 -6 74- 64-72-68-278 -6 66-70-72-70-278 -6 71- 67-70-70-278 -6 71-68-68-71-278 -6 71-70-70-68-279 -5 75- 66-68-70-279 -5 70-70-69-70-279 -5 73-68-68-70-279 -5 69-67-70-73-279 -5 73-69-69-69-280 -4 72- 67-70-71-280 -4 69- 72-67-72-280 -4 70- 68-76-67-281 -3 71- 71-72-67-281 -3 73- 69-71-68-281 -3 69-73-70-69-281 -3 68-73-70-70-281 -3 69-71-71-70-281 -3 71- 71-69-70-281 -3 72- 66-72-71-281 -3 66- 73-70-72-281 -3 67- 68-68-78-281 -3 72-68-73-69-282 -2 71- 70-71-70-282 -2 72- 68-70-72-282 -2 71-71-68-72-282 -2 68-69-71-74-282 -2 66-75-74-68-283 69- 72-73-69-283 73- 69-72-69-283 74- 68-71-70-283 70- 70-72-71-283 71- 67-73-72-283 72- 67-71-73-283 70-70-70-73-283 69-71-70-73-283 - 66- 72-68-77-283 -74-68-75-67-284 71- 70-74-69-284 72- 68-72-72-284 74-68-72-71-285 65-75-72-73-285 67- 71-72-75-285 71-69-74-72-286 2 67-73-73-73-286 2 70-70-70-76-286 2 71- 69-73-74-287 3 72- 68-77-71-288 4 70-72-75-72-289 5 69-71-75-75-290 6 66-74-76-76-292 8 74-68-74-77-293 9 Qflfl2M NASCAR Winston Cup series leaders POINTS I. Matt Kenseth 3,718; 2. Dale Earnhardt Jr.3,329; 3. Kevin Harvick 3,303; 4. Jimmie Johnson 3,233; 5. Jeff Gordon 3,127; 6. Kurt Busch 3,114; 7. Ryan Newman 3,075; 8. Bobby Labonte 3,053; 9. Michael Waltrip 3,012; 10. Tony Stewart 2,936; II. Terry Labonte 2,935; 12. Robby Gordon 2,914; 13. Jeff Burton 2,844; 14. Bill Elliott 2,735; 15. Mark Martin 2,732; 16. Sterling Marlin 2,666; 17. Rusty Wallace 2,657; 18. Greg Biffle 2,605; 19. Elliott Sadler 2,583; 20. Ricky Craven 2,580. MONEY 1. Jimmie Johnson $4,164,955; 2. Kurt Busch $4,066,540; 3. Kevin Harvick $3,746,376; 4. Dale Earn hardt Jr. $3,633,130; 5. Jeff Gordon $3,603,399; 6. Michael Waltrip 7. 8. 9. 10. . Tony Ryan Bobby Matt Stewart Newman Labonte Kenseth $3,588,155; $3,577,255; $3,415,472; $3,377,695; $3,172,639; 11. Mark Martin $3,052,924; 12. Dale Jarrett $2,977,329; 13. Bill Elliott $2,891,317; 14. Sterling Marlin $2,874,198; 15. Robby Gordon $2,824,648; 16. Jeff Burton $2,798,892; 17. Rusty Wallace $2,721,484; 18. Terry Labonte $2,703,744; 19. Elliott Sadler $2,673,705; 20. Ward Burton $2,659,714 WNBA FINALS (best-of-3) Friday, Sept 12 Game 1 (ESPN2), 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14 Game 2 (ABC), 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept 16, If necessary Game 3 (ESPN2), 8 p.m. Sun.: Rockers 66, Shock 59 CLEVELAND (66) Taylor 3-12 5-6 12, LThomas 7-15 2-2 16, Melvin 2-7 6-8 10, Darling 1-4 2-2 5, Jackson 1-7 0-0 2, Jones 1-2 0-0 2, Rizzotti 1-1 0- 0 3, Johns Kimbrough 1-1 0-0 2, Lennox 6-9 1-2 14, Berthieu 0-2 0-0 O.Totals 23-60 16-20 66. DETROIT (59) Cash 5-11 6-6 17, Fond 2-9 5-6 9, Riley 5-13 4-4 14, Nolan 3-17 2-2 9, Powell 1-4 0-0 2, Holland-Corn 1-8 2-2 5, Farris 0-0 1-4 1, Lambert 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 18-63 20-24 59. Cleveland 39 27-66 Detroit 28 31-59 3-polnt goals-Cleveland 4-8 (Rizzotti 1- 1, Lennox 1-1, Taylor 1-3, Darling 1-3), Detroit 3-17 (Cash 1-2, Holland-Corn 1-6, Nolan 1-8, Powell 0-1). Fouled out-none. Rebounds-Cleveland 44 (LThomas 8), Detroit 46 (Ford 11). Asslsts-Cleveland 16 (Rizzotti 4), Detroit 15 (Powell 6). Total fouls-Cleveland 23, Detroit 21. A-7,223. H2q Midwest League FINAL FIRST-HALF STANDINGS Eastern Division W L Pet GB Fort Wayne (Padres) 40 28 .588 -Lansing (Cubs) 38 27 .585 West Michigan (Tigers) 37 33 .529 4 Dayton (Reds) 35 35 .500 6 Battle Creek (Yankees) 33 35 .485 7 South Bend (D'backs) 28 38 .424 11 Western Division Kane County (Athletics) 41 29 .586 - Wisconsin (Mariners) 38 28 .576 1 Beloit (Brewers) 32 35 .478 7 Quad City (Twins) 32 36 .471 8 Cedar Rapids (Angels) 32 37 .464 8 Clinton (Rangers) 30 36 .455 9 Peoria (Cardinals) 30 39 .43510 Burlington (Royals) 29 39 .426 11 SECOND HALF STANDINGS Eastern Division W y-South Bend (D'backs) 44 Battle Creek (Yankees) 40 Fort Wayne (Padres) 31 Lansing (Cubs) 31 West Michigan (Tigers) 30 Dayton (Reds) 26 Western Division y-Beloit (Brewers) 43 Kane County (Athletics) 40 GB 3 L Pet 26 .629 29 .580 38 .449 12 39 .443 13 40 .429 14 43 .377 17 26 .623 29 .580 30 .565 34 .507 35 .500 35 .493 39 .435 42 .391 8 8 9 13 16 Clinton (Rangers) 39 Peoria (Cardinals) 35 Burlington (Royals) 35 Cedar Rapids (Angels) 34 Wisconsin (Mariners) 30 Quad City (Twins) 27 NOTE: y-won second half. In first half, Fort Wayne won Eastern Division, Kane County won Western Division, and Lansing and Wis consin secured playoff spots as runnersup. Monday's results Lansing 8, West Michigan 1 Battle Creek at Fort Wayne, canceled, rain Burlington 3, South Bend 0, 6 innings, rain Beloit 7, Dayton 5 Wisconsin 1, Kane County 0 Clinton 5, Cedar Rapids 4 Quad City 4, Peoria 3 End of regular season schedule Lugnuts 8, Whitecaps 1 WEST MICHIGAN LANSING aerhM ab rhbi Francia ss 4 0 2 1 Butler cf 3 10 0 4010 Coats ss 4 12 0 3 0 0 0 OToole ff 4 111 4 0 0 0 Dopirak lb 4 0 0 0 4010 McGehee3b4 12 2 40 2 0 Foxc 310 0 3 0 0 0 Creighton dh4 1 1 1 4110 Johnson rf 4 111 4010 Chirinos2b 4 12 2 34 1 8 1 Totals 34 8 9 7 010 000-1 700 OOx-8 Gonzalez ss Mendez cf Clevlen rf Watson 3b Mejia dh Maples lb Knoedler If Oakesc Totals West Michigan 000 Lansing 001 E-Gonzalez, Maples, Fox. DP-Lugnuts 1. LOB-Whitecaps 8, Lugnuts 7. 2B-McGehee, Johnson. 3B-Francia. SB-Gonzalez, Knoedler, Butler. CS-Coats. West Michigan Sanchez L.7-7 Kieninger Steinbom Lansing Marshall W.1-0 Rapada Foil IP 3.1 1.2 3.0 7.0 1.0 1.0 R ER 6 6 T-2:32. A-4,347. BB SO 4 4 SENIOR NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Guerrero Baseball Gloves 9 2 Fodor's Timber 10 4 John's Pro Clean 4 6 Dagwood's 4 6 Midwest League playoffs NOTE: Second round is best-of-3 and championship series is best-of-5. FIRST ROUND (best-of-3) Wednesday's games East-Fort Wayne at Battle Creek East-Lansing at South Bend West-Kane County at Clinton West-Wisconsin at Beloit Thursday's games East-Battle Creek at Fort Wayne East-South Bend at Lansing West-Clinton at Kane County West-Beloit at Wisconsin Friday's games, If necessary East-Battle Creek at Fort Wayne East-South Bend at Lansing West-Clinton at Kane County West-Beloit at Wisconsin City League standings EASTERN CONF. W L Pet GB x-Detroit -25 9 .735 x-Charlotte 18 16 .529 7 x-Connecticut 18 16 .529 7 x-Cleveland 17 17 .500 8 Indiana 16 18 .471 9 New York 16 18 .471 9 Washington 9 25 .265 16 WESTERN CONFERENCE x-Los Angeles 24 10 .710 x-Houston 20 14 .588 4 x-Sacramento 19 15 .559 5 x-Minnesota 18 16 .529 6 Seattle 18 16 .529 6 San Antonio 12 22 .353 12 Phoenix 8 26 .235 16 Home! TUE. WED. THU. FRI. I SAT. Away Sept. 2 Sept. 3 Sept. 4 Sept. 5 Sept. 6 yT Football vs. 4 Rutgers Vf ' - 3:40 p.m. I Ch.7,17,53 WJIM-97.5 Ps. New Work Jets Oregon State Houston at r wbk at at Fresn0 Mtoiilgaa , Washington State noon V , J 9 p.m. 10 p.m. ESPN mgZj :rt.7,12,41,53 ESPN WJR-760 vpsSss, Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland at Toronto 'at Toronto r'htM Indians Indians Indians ; Blue Jays Blue Jays ei 7 P-m- 7 P m- 1 P-m- 7 P-m- 4 P-m- $ Fox Detroit Fox Detroit WQTX-92.7 Fox Detroit Ch. 50 Qk WQTX-92.7 WQTX-92.7 WQTX-92.7 WQTX-92.7 fjTX (end of Playoff at Playoff vs. Playoff vs. Tj regular South Bend South Bend South Bend season) 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. J WVFN-730 WVFN-730 if necessary WVFN-730 N.uyjy Playoff: -SSfrifW Cleveland fctkKjSF Rockers ESPN2 Associated Press poll Record Points Pv. 1-0 1,566 1 1-0 1,538 1,482 1,389 1,351 1,302 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1. Oklahoma (30) 2. Ohio State (25) 3. Miami-Florida (2) 4. Southern Cal (6) 5. Michigan (2) 6. Texas 7. Kansas State 8. Georgia 9. Virginia Tech 10. Pittsburgh 11. Florida State 12. Tennessee 13. Louisiana State 14. North Carolina State 15. Virginia 16. Purdue 17. Auburn 18. Wisconsin 19. Notre Dame 20. Arizona State 21. Florida 22. Washington 23. Nebraska 24. Colorado 25. Texas Christian Others receiving State 78, Alabama 77, Maryland 66, Penn State 62, Northern Illinois 43, Missouri 36, Iowa 30, Minnesota 28, Texas A&M 24, Arkansas 18, Oregon 18, Mississippi 15, Boise State 11, Arizona 7, Colorado State 7, Air Force 5, Hawaii 4, Washington State 4, Oklahoma State 2, New Mexico 1. USA TodayESPN poll Record Points Pv. 2 3 8 4 5 2-0 1,241 7 1-0 1,135 11 1-0 1,094 9 0-0 996 10 930 13 883 12 828 14 815 16 641 18 533 19 524 6 512 21 507 20 309 22 268 -222 17 204 -188 -131 25 Oregon 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0- 1 1- 0 0-0 0- 0 1- 0 0- 1 1- 0 1-0 0-0 votes: 1. Oklahoma (32) 2. Ohio State (26) 3. Miami-Florida (5) 4. Texas 5. Southern California 6. Kansas State 7. Michigan 8. Georgia 9. Virginia Tech 10. Florida State 11. North Carolina State 12. Pittsburgh 13. Louisiana State 14. Tennessee 15. Virginia 16. Notre Dame 17. Wisconsin 18. Florida 19. Auburn (1) 20. Purdue 21. Arizona State 22. Colorado 23. Iowa 24. Nebraska 25. Penn State 1-0 1,530 1-0 1,498 1-0 1,467 1-0 1,297 1- 0 1,291 2- 0 1,257 1-0 1,200 1-0 1,141 1,033 10 947 11 823 13 783 12 771 15 714 16 638 17 568 18 502 20 500 21 485 6 356 22 342 23 178 -161 25 152 -144 - 1-0 1-0 1-0 0- 0 1- 0 1-0 1-0 0- 0 1- 0 1-0 0-1 o-o. 0- 0 1- 0 1-0 1-0 1-0 Women's National Basketball Association FINAL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS Ticket information Michigan State: 355-1610 Lions: (800) 616-7627 Michigan: (734) 764-0247 Higers: (248) 258-4437 Ticket Master: 484-5656 Pistons and Shock: (248) 377-0100 (Lugnuts: 485-4500 Red Wings: (313) 983-6606 W L T Pet PF 400 1.000108 3 1 0 .750 94 32 0 .600 2 2 0 .500 91 96 New Orleans at Seattle, 4:15 p.m. Oakland at Tennessee, 8:30 p.m. Monday's game Tampa Bay at Philadelphia, 9 p.m. NFL preseason standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East New England Buffalo New York Jets Miami South Tennessee Indianapolis Jacksonville Houston North Baltimore Cincinnati Cleveland Pittsburgh West Denver Kansas City San Diego Oakland shall is questionable, probable. d-TCU QB Gunn is 4 0 0 1.000 3 10 .750 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 NOTE x-clinched playoff spot FIRST ROUND PLAYOFFS (Best-of-3) EASTERN CONFERENCE Detroit 76, Cleveland 74 Cleveland 66, Detroit 59 Today-Cleveland at Detroit 7 p.m. Connecticut 68, Charlotte 66 Connecticut 68, Charlotte 62, Con. advances WESTERN CONFERENCE Minnesota 74, Los Angeles 72 Los Angeles 80, Minnesota 69 Los Angeles 74, Minnesota 64, LA. advances Sacramento 65, Houston 59 Houston 69, Sacramento 48 Today-Sacramento at Houston, 9 p.m. CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-3) Friday's games Game 1 (ESPN2), 8 p.m. Game 1 (Oxygen), 10 p.m. Sunday's games Game 2 (ESPN2), 4 p.m. Game 2 (Oxygen), 6 p.m. Monday's games, If necessary Game 3 (Oxygen), 8 p.m. Game 3 (ESPN2), 10:30 p.m. EAST Kent State Marshall Ohio Buffalo Miami-Ohio Central Florida Akron WEST Ball State Bowling Green Eastern Michigan 0-0 Northern Illinois 0-0 Central Michigan 0-0 Toledo 0-0 Western Michigan 0-0 38 41 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 0 1-0 0 1-0 0 10 0 0-1 0 0-1 0 0-1 National Football League regular season openers Thursday's game New York Jets at Washington, 9 p.m. Sunday's games Arizona at Detroit 1 p.m. Houston at Miami, 1 p.m. St Louis at New York Giants, 1 p.m. Denver at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Green Bay, 1 p.m. Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. New England at Buffalo, 1 p.m. San Diego at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Jacksonville at Carolina, 1 p.m. Indianapolis at Cleveland, 1 p.m. Atlanta at Dallas, 4:15 p.m. Chicago at San Francisco, 4:15 p.m. 3 1 0 040 1 3 0 1 3 0 130 130 3 10 32 0 220 1 3 0 .750 .000 .250 .250 .250 .250 .775 .600 .500 .250 PA 54 96 88 78 48 70 62 97 88 66 38107 Okemos 15, Mason SO Okemos-1. Lanzetta 17:04, 2. Boggs-Smitley 17:26,3. Baughman 17:53,4. Cousino 18:41, 5. Morrison 19:07. Mason-8. Purvis 20:18, 9. Critchlow 20:46 , 10. DeLine 20:54. 11. Mark-man 20:59, 12. Judd 21:21. Records-Okemos 1-0, Mason 0-1 59 71 74 58 78 94 60 36 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Dallas 2 2 0 Philadelphia 2 2 0 New York Giants 1 3 0 Washington South Carolina Tampa Bay New Orleans Atlanta North Detroit Green Bay Chicago Minnesota West Arizona San Francisco Seattle St Louis 1 3 0 Pet PF .500 100 .500 69 .250 .250 60 52 4 0 0 1.000 81 4 1 0 .800110 .250 61 .000 61 1 3 0 040 84 82 95 82 53 88 56 93 PA 47 74 85 60 31 68 95 90 2 2 0 2 3 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 .500 .400 .250 .250 90 75 75108 70 98 78 79 40 0 1.000 3 1 0 .750 2 2 0 .500 1 3 0 .250 87 68 72 62 54 52 79 73 Others receiving votes: Washington 104, Maryland 81, Texas Christian 79, Oregon State 65, Texas A&M 50, Brigham Young 29, Washington State 29, Northern Illinois 26, Boise State 24, Marshall 24, Minnesota 24, UCLA 19, Missouri 17, Hawaii 16, Oregon 14, New Mexico 13, Arkansas 10, California 9, Louisville 9, Utah 9, Air Force 7, Connecticut 6, Michigan State 6, Mississippi 5, Texas Tech 5, Colorado State 4, Wake Forest 4, Bowling Green 3, Fresno State 2, Oklahoma State 2, West Virginia 2. Sunday's late score SOUTH Louisville 40, Kentucky 24 Monday's scores MIDWEST Cincinnati 40, East Carolina 3 SOUTH Texas Christian 38,Tulane 35 Big Ten Conference Conference All Games WL PF PAWL PF PA Iowa 0-0 0 0 1-0 21 3 Michigan 0-0 0 0 1-0 45 7 Michigan State 0-0 0 0 1-0 26 21 Minnesota 0-0 0 0 1-0 49 10 Northwestern 0-0 0 0 1-0 28 20 Ohio State 0-0 0 0 1-0 28 9 Penn State 0-0 0 0 1-0 23 10 Wisconsin 0-0 0 0 1-0 24 17 Purdue 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 Illinois 0-0 0 0 0-1 15 22 Indiana 0-0 0 0 0-1 10 34 Saturday's results Michigan State 26, Western Michigan 21 Michigan 45, Central Michigan 7 Connecticut 34, Indiana 10 Missouri 22, Illinois 15 Iowa 21, Miami-Ohio 3 Wisconsin 24, West Virginia 17 Penn State 23, Temple 10 Minnesota 49, Tulsa 10 Northwestern 28, Kansas 20 Ohio State 28, Washington 9 Saturday's games Houston at Michigan, noon Buffalo at Iowa, noon San Diego State at Ohio State, noon Illinois State at Illinois, noon Boston College at Penn State, noon Bowling Green at Purdue, noon Air Force at Northwestern, 1 p.m. Akron at Wisconsin, 3:30 p.m. Rutgers at Michigan State, 3:30 p.m. Indiana at Washington, 4 p.m. Troy State at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Mid-American Conference Conference All Games WL PF PAWL PF PA 1-0 41 38 1-0 41 38 0-0 0 0 1-0 45 21 0 0 1-0 17 3 0 0 0-1 10 24 0 0 0-1 3 21 0 0 0-1 28 49 38 41 Labor Day Scramble At Country Club of Lansing First place gross (55)-Todd Colthrop, Tedd Bratschi, Bob Aumaugher, John Blasius Second place gross (58)-Mike Murphy, Helen Rae Murphy, Mike Atkins, Lynn Atkins Tied for first net (52)-Phil Fata, Lori Fata, Pat Prichard, Molly Prichard Tied for first net (52)-Jerry Coomes, Colette Coomes, Ken Murray, Irene Murray Tied for first net (52)-Fred Abood, Joe Abood, Jack Boyett Margrett Boyett Closest to the pin on No. 7 (3-10)-Jud Werbelow Closest to the pin on No. 11 (5-1)- Anna Strong Okemos 18, Mason 46 Okemos-1. Mullaney 20:03, 2. DeKroub 21:01, 3. Butler 21:04, 5. Lovett 21:59, 7. Douches 22:05 Mason-4. Moran 21:35, 6. Ingle 22:03, 8. Leonard 22:23, 11. Hanger 23:25, 13. Elliott 26:33. Records-Okemos 1-0, Mason 0-1 TODAY Basketball Alma at Ithaca Bath at Morrice Corunna atWilliamston East Lansing at Grand Rapids Catholic Central Eaton Rapids at Lakewood Fowler at Carson City-Crystal Howell at Plymouth Canton Laingsburg at Ovid-Elsie Lansing Chhstian at Adrian Lenawee Christian Lansing Home Schoolers at Leslie Maple Valley at Pewamo-Westphalia Montabella at St Louis St Johns at Lansing Eastern Cross country Perry at Owosso Boys Golf CSAA Jamboree at Breckenridge Everett at Waverly Leslie at Bellevue Mount Pleasant at St Johns Olivet at Lansing Christian Boys Soccer Hemlock at Ithaca Holt at Waverly Jackson Lumen Christi atWilliamston Lansing Christian at Laingsburg Maple Valley at Dansville New Covenant Christian at Battle Creek Calhoun Christian Sexton at Ionia Girls Tennis Hemlock at Ithaca Lansing Catholic atWilliamston Mason at Lakewood St Johns at East Lansing ''-TirftlmnlitllMlmJiliLriif l"nhf4 1'J (Home Team In CAPS) Favorite line underdog TODAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE BASEBALL Oakland 8-9 BALTIMORE Cleveland 6-7 DETROIT Seattle 7-8 TAMPA BAY CHI WHITE SOX 6-7 Boston MINNESOTA 6-7 Anaheim TEXAS No Line Kansas City TODAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE BASEBALL CHICAGO CUBS 5-6 St Louis CHICAGO CUBS no line St Louis Montreal FLORIDA Atlanta MILWAUKEE SAN DIEGO LOS ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO 5-6 PHILADELPHIA 8-9 Pittsburgh 6-7 NEW YORK METS 5-6 Cincinnati Pick Arizona 5-6 Houston 7-8 Colorado THURSDAY'S COLLEGE FOOTBALL ALA-BIRMINGHAM -a no line Southern Miss. FRIDAY'S COLLEGE FOOTBALL FRESNO STATE-bno line Oregon State SATURDAY'S COLLEGE FOOTBALL MICHIGAN STATE 18 Rutgers Traverse City Kick-off Classic Team results-Okemos 17,Traverse City Central 16, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood 13, Holland West Ottawa 13, Grand Rapids Christian 10, Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett 10, Detroit Country Day 9, Jenison 8 Singles flnals-Bader (0) d. Vander-molen (J) 6-2, 6-2.; Kebler (0) d. Ooosterhouse (GRC) 6-0, 6-0; Rawl-inson (0) d. Vernon (DCD) 6-0, 6-1; Mezey (BHCK) d. Zynda (0) 6-4, 6-0 Doubles flnals-Alward-Milliken (TCC) d. Kane-Kurtz (BHCK) 6-0, 6-2; Link-Hendricks (TCC) d. Gera-Hallen (0) 6-0, 7-5; Cooyers-Sholten (HWO) d. Raymond-Welfornd (BHCK) 6-2, 7-6; Perdue-Rodgers (TCC) d. Felsensel-Ramakrishna (DCD) 4-6, 6-2, 7-5 KflTTT MICHIGAN PENN STATE OHIO STATE WISCONSIN IOWA PURDUE MINNESOTA Air Force 27 Houston 10 Boston College 32 San Diego State 25 Akron 37 Buffalo 10 Bowling Green 24 7 North Carolina State 7 Mississippi 8 Syracuse 2 IOWA STATE 19 NOTRE DAME 6 Virginia 3 Auburn 8 COLORADO 2 OREGON Missouri -TENNESSEE CALIFORNIA PITTSBURGH EAST CAROUNA-c ARKANSAS Nevada-Las Vegas OKLAHOMA STATE 20 TEXAS A&M 9 TEXAS CHRISTlAN-d no line Troy State NORTHWESTERN WAKE FOREST MEMPHIS NORTH CAROLINA Ohio Washington State SOUTH CAROLINA GEORGIA TECH Ucla 31 7 63 13 28 21 20 13 7 45 18 28 21 26 21 Nevada-Reno 14 BALL STATE 19 Marshall 2 Colorado State 30 Kent no line West Virginia 38 Tulsa 11 KANSAS Wyoming Utah Navy TEXAS TECH 13 New Mexico FLORIDA STATE 14 Maryland Oklahoma 7 ALABAMA MIAMI-FLORIDA 14 Florida SOUTHERN CAL 21 Brigham Young Louisiana State 12 ARIZONA STANFORD 14 San Jose State NEBRASKA 32 Utah State Connecticut 15 ARMY GEORGIA 28MiddleTennessee Louisiana Tech 4 LA.-LAFAYETTE NORTH TEXAS 15 Baylor THURSDAY'S NFL PRO FOOTBALL WASHINGTON 3 New York Jets SUNDAY'S NFL PRO FOOTBALL Lake Lansing Sailing Club Lightning race 1-1. Pat Dolan, Bob Miller, Gil Chesbro; 2. Mike Moody, Lori Katz; 3. Blaine Sverin, Julie Pierce, Scott Watkins Lightning race 2-1. Mike Moody, Lori Katz; 2. Blaine Severin, Julie Pierce, Scott Watkins; 3. Bob Hill, Jim Fletcher, Maribeth Fletcher Sunflsh race 1-1. Pat Dolan, 2. Gil Chesbro, 3. John Fishbeck Sunflsh race 2-1. John Fishbeck, 2. Gil Chesbro, 3. Sandy Bryson Sunflsh race 3-1. Dennis Dudley, 2. Pat Dolan, 3. Paul Davis Sunflsh race 4-1. John Fishbeck, 2.Gil Chesbro, 3. Pat Dolan Laser race 1-1. Mike Moody, 2. Doug Charlson, 3. Laura Schmidt Laser race 2-1. Doug Charlson, 2. Laura Schmidt, 3. Latt Palmer Laser race 3-1. Doug Charlson, 2. Olav Carlson, 3. Mike Moody Laser race 4-1. Doug Carlson, 2. Olav Messerschmidt 3. Laura Schmidt U.S. Open DETROIT NEW YORK GIANTS BUFFALO PITTSBURGH CAROLINA MIAMI CLEVELAND Denver GREEN BAY KANSAS CITY DALLAS SEATTLE SAN FRANCISCO TENNESSEE 4 pick pick 5 4 14 1 6 5 5 2 3 7 3 Arizona St. Louis New England Baltimore Jacksonville Houston Indianapolis CINCINNATI Minnesota San Diego Atlanta New Orleans Chicago Oakland MONDAY'S NFL PRO FOOTBALL PHILADELPHIA 3 Tampa Bay NOTE: a-UAB QB Hackney is questionable, b-Fresno State QB Pinegar is out and QB Grady to start, c-West Virginia QB Mar- At New York, N.Y. Sunday's late 3rd round men's results Roger Federer (2), Switzerland, def. James Blake, U.S., 6-3. 7-6 (4), 6-3 David Nalbandian (13), Argentina, def. Mark Philippoussis (20), Australia, 7-5, 6-7 (10), 6-3, 6-2 Xavier Malisse, Belgium, def. Dmitry Tursunov, Russia, 7-5, 6-4, 7-6 (8) Sunday's late 4th round women's results Kim Clysters (1), Belgium, def. Meghann Shaughnessy (17), U.S., 6-2, 6-4 Amelie Mauresmo (5), France, def.Tam-arine Tanasugam, Thailand, 6-2, 6-2 Monday's 4th round women's result Jennifer Capriati (6), U.S., def. Elena Dementieva (11), Russia, 6-2, 7-5 BASEBALL American League I ANAHEIM ANGELS- Acquired INF Wilson Delgado from St. Louis Cardinals for cash and assigned him to Salt Lake of Pacific Coast League. Purchased contract of INF Wilson Delgado from Salt Lake. Transferred IB Brad Fullmer from 15- to 60-day disabled list BOSTON RED SOX- Purchased contract of C Bill Haselman from Pawtucket of International League. Activated RHP Brandon Lyon from 15-day disabled list Recalled LHP Casey Fossum from Pawtucket Designated RHP Andy Shibilo for assignment CHICAGO WHITE SOX- Optioned LHP Neal Cotts to Birmingham of Southern League. CLEVELAND INDIANS-Activated RHP Jason Boyd from 15-day disabled list Purchased contract of RHP Chad Durbin from Buffalo of IL Recalled LHP Jason Stanford from Buffalo. DETROIT TIGERS- Recalled RHP Chris Mears and OF Cody Ross from Toledo of IL Activated C AJ. Hinch from 15-day disabled list I KANSAS CITY ROYALS- Optioned RHP Brad Vbyles to Omaha of PCL Recalled RHP Nate Field and RHP Kris Wilson from Omaha. 1 MINNESOTA TWINS Acquired LHP Jesse Orosco from New York Yankees for player to be named. Recalled RHP Adam Johnson and OF Michael Cud-dyer from Rochester of IL Optioned LHP Carlos Pulido to Rochester. Designated IB Todd Sears for assignment NEW YORK YANKEES Signed INF Luis Sojo to one-year contract Purchased contract of C Michel Hernandez from Columbus of IL OAKLAND ATHLETICS Recalled SS Bobby Crosby from Sacramento of PCL Optioned RHP Mike Wood to Midland of Texas League. Signed RHP Steve Sparks to minor league contract and assigned him to Midland. Recalled Wood and Sparks from Midland. I SEATTLE MARINERS- Optioned RHP Gil Meche toTacoma of PCL Recalled C Pat Borders and RHP Rett Johnson from Tacoma. Placed Johnson on 15-day disabled list TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS- Called up C Pete LaForest from Durham of IL Activated INF Terry Shumpert from 15-day disabled list TEXAS RANGERS- Purchased contract of RHP Mickey Callaway and OF Ryan Chris-tenson from Oklahoma of PCL Optioned RHP Rosman Garcia to Oklahoma and OF Ramon Nivar to Frisco of Texas League. Recalled RHP Reynaldo Garcia, RHP Ryan Drese, C Gerald Laird, OF Ryan Christenson and RHP Rosman Garcia from Oklahoma. National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS- Purchased contract of OF Felix Jose from Tucson of PCL Optioned LHP Eddie Oropesa to B Paso of Texas League. Activated IB Mark Grace from 15-day disabled list Recalled IB Lyle Overbay, RHP Edgar Gonzalez, RHP John Patterson, LHP Chris Capuano and LHP Eddie Oropesa fromTucson of PCL Purchased contract of LHP Dennis Reyes from Tucson. Transferred RHP Mike Koplovefrom 15-day to 60-day disabled list. ATLANTA BRAVES- Recalled C Johnny Estrada and INF Jesse Garcia from Richmond of IL Claimed RHP Jaret Wright off waivers from San Diego Padres. Designated RHP Joe Dawley for assignment Optioned RHP Horacio Ramirez and IB Mike Hess-man to Richmond. Purchased contract of OF Damon Hollins from Richmond and placed him on 15-day disabled list. CHICAGO CUBS- Recalled RHP Todd Wellemeyer from Iowa of IL Optioned Wellemeyerand RHPJon Leicester to Iowa. Recalled INF Augie Ojeda and OF David Kelton from Iowa of PCL Purchased contract of C Josh Paul from Iowa. Recalled RHP Sergio Mitre and LHP Felix Sanchez from West Tenn of Southern League. I CINCINNATI REDS- Traded C Kelly Stinnett to Philadelphia Phillies for player to be named. Purchased contract of C Dane Sardinha from Chattanooga of Southern League. I FLORIDA MARUNS- Called up OF Gerald Williams from Albuquerque of PCL Activated OF Todd Hollandsworth and LHP Tommy Phelps from 15-day disabled list. Transferred LHP Armando Almanza from 15- to 60-day disabled list. HOUSTON ASTROS- Recalled INF Eric Bruntlett from New Orleans of PCL Optioned RHP Jared Fernandez to Round Rock of Texas League. LOS ANGELES DODGERS Activated CTodd Hundley from 60-day disabled list Recalled RHP Rodney Myers, LHP Steve Colyer, OF Wilkin Ruan and OF Jason Romano from Las Vegas of PCL MILWAUKEE BREWERS- Recalled LHP Luis Martinez, LHP Shane Nance and RHP Mike Crudale from Indianapolis of IL MONTREAL EXPOS- Activated LHP Scott Stewart from 15-day disabled list NEW YORK METS Purchased contract of RHP Orber Moreno from Norfolk of IL Recalled RHP Jeremy Griffiths from Norfolk. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES- Activated RHP Mike Williams from bereavement list Designated INF Tyler Houston for assignment. Recalled INF Nick Punto from ScrantonWilkes-Barre of IL Optioned RHP Geoff Geary to Clearwater of Florida State League. Optioned RHP Brandon Duckworth to ScrantonWilkes-Barre. Recalled Duckworth from ScrantonWilkes-Barre. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS- Activated 2B Fernando Vina and RHP Russ Springer from 15-day disabled list. Optioned RHP Garrett Stephenson and RHP Dan Haren to Palm Beach of Florida State League. Activated OF J.D. Drew, C Eli Marrero and C Joe Girardi from 15-day disabled list. Recalled RHP Dan Haren and RHP Garrett Stephenson from Palm Beach. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS- Activated OF Barry Bonds from bereavement list Placed RHP Dustin Hermanson on 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Aug. 24. FOOTBALL National Football League NFL Suspended Atlanta Falcons LB Keith Newman four games for violating NFL's policy on anabolic steroids and related substances. ARIZONA CARDINALS- Signed CB Emmanuel McDaniel. Placed S Michael Stone and DT Talifaia Atoe on injured reserve, OL Raleigh Roundtree on reserve-suspended list. Released LB Charles Burton, LB Tony Gilbert, TE Lorenzo Diamond, K Tim Duncan, C Steve Grace, DE Alton Moore, C3 Rhett Nelson, WR Nathan Poole, RB Travis Prentice, FB Joshua Rue, and G Tony Wragge. ATLANTA FALCONS- Released C Kevin Dogins, DE Ronald Flemons, DE Reggie Grimes, T Robert Hicks, WR MarTay Jenkins, G Michael Moore, RB Jeff Chaney, LB James Cotton, T Dwayne Morgan, LB Tony Ortiz, QB David Jason Waters, S Waine Bacon.WR Jon Olinger, DE Raymond House and LB Recardo Wimbush. I BALTIMORE RAVENS- Placed WR Randy Hymes on injured reserve. Released DE Riddick Parker and LB Johnny Rut-ledge. Waived DT Nate Boiling, RB Ryan Brewer, LB Chris Brown, WR Todd Devoe, P Derrick Frost, TE Lamar Hill, CB Arabin Justin, WR Marc Lester, WR Chisom Opera, OT Lawrence Smith and TE Mike Solwold. BUFFALO BILLS-Traded RB Olandis Gary to Detroit Lions for an undisclosed draft pick. Released DE Marcus Jones, DE Grant Irons, WR Rodney Wright, DB Scott Turner, RB Ken Simon-ton and QB Jason Johnson. Placed QB Travis Brown on injured reserve. I CAROLINA PANTHERS- Terminated contracts of RB Michael Bates and G Derrick Fletcher. Waived LB Kole Ayi, RB Dee Brown, DTTony Brown, LB Vinny Ciurciu, S Deke Cooper, WR Henry Douglas, K Shayne Graham, WR Marco Martos.TE Kirk McMul-len, DE Arnold Miller, G Tommy Moody, CB Chris Pointer, DT Darian Tate and C Louis Williams. Placed S Damien Richardson and FB Casey Moore on injured reserve. CHICAGO BEARS Placed G Rex Tucker on injured reserve. Waived LB Mike Caldwell, CB Roosevelt Williams, G Shane Grice, FB Jason McKie, DE Bobby Setzer, G Bryan Anderson and DB Jason Goss. Placed TE Robert Johnson on reserve non-football injury list CINCINNATI BENGALS Released DE Reinard Wilson, P Travis D Lamont Thompson, TE Sean Brewer, LB Steve Foley, WR Danny Farmer, LB Armegis Spearman and C Thatcher Szalay. Waived DE J'Waren Blair, RB Ray Jackson, OT Belton Johnson, DT Langston Moore, and WR Kevin Walter. CLEVELAND BROWNS Placed OT Ross Verba on injured reserve. Placed RB Lee Suggs on reserve-non football injury list Placed WR Frtsman Jackson on reserve physically-unable-to-perform list Released RB Billy Blanchard, LB Howard Clark, TE Keith Heinrich, LB Jeremy Loyd, Qasim Mitchell, TE Chad Mustard, DB Kalvin Pearson, DLThomas Pittman, OL Ray Redziniak, DL Cedric Scott DB Ricky Sharpe, WR Marc Soumah, K Jay Taylor, and LB Mason Unck. DALLAS COWBOYS- Waived TE Tony McGee, RB Adrian Murrell, WR Ken-Yon Rambo, DE Demetric Evans, DE Colston Weatherington, DE Kevin DeRonde, LB Jamal Brooks, LB Michael Hawkes, OT Dave Volk, OT Torrin Tucker, DT Shaun Smith, and CB Don McGee. Placed CB Donald Mitchell on injured reserve. DENVER BRONCOS- Waived QB Jari-ous Jackson, OT Ed Ellis, G Heath Irwin, WR Charlie Adams, WR Herb Haygood.WR Nate Jackson, WR Frank Rice, CB Jermaine Chat-man, DE Devon Finn, DE Aaron Hunt, LB Louis Green, G Tyler Lenda, G Chris Watton, FB Mariion Jackson, RB Cecil Sapp, and QB Nick Rolovich. Placed DE Clint Mitchell on injured reserve. DETROIT LIONS- Released TE Matt Murphy, S Lamar Campbell, G Kerlin Blaise, G Tyrone Hopson, OT Ben Johnson, DE Jonathan Taylor, DE Antwan Lake, LB Jody Littleton, and CB Gerald Dixon. Placed DT Luther Bliss on reservenon-football injury list and LB Brian Williams on injured reserve. GREEN BAY PACKERS- Released TE-LB Tony Donald.Waived OT Jerry Wisne. Waived OT Reggie Coleman from injured reserve. Waived C Frank Winters, OL Bill Ferrario, RB Lamar Smith, RB Herbert Goodman, OL David Brandt, DT Steve Martin, LB Steve Josue and S Scott McGarrahan. Placed WR Carl Ford injured reserve. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS- Released LB Keyon Whiteside, OT Makoa Freitas, OL Joe lorio, OL Jim Newton, OL Patrick Venzke, DB Travis Coleman, DB Marcus Smith.WR Adam Herzing, RBTom Lopienski.TE Mike Roberg, QB James MacPherson, DT DeVonte Peterson, DE Josh Mallard, and K Brett Conway. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Released FB Dan Alexander, DE Marco Coleman, DT Chris Combs, WR Donald Hayes, OL Drew Inzer and Daryl Terrell, TE Matt Cer-cone, S Abdual Howard, CB Willie Miles, CB Jason Olford and CB Ike Chariton, RB Elvis Joseph, RB David Allen, CB Chris Brown, QB Quinn Gray, LB Curtis Randall, WR Jimmy Redmond, and C Brett Romberg. I KANSAS CITY CHIEFS- Released WR Snoop Minnis, DT Derrick Ranson, FB Joe Hall, CB Corey Harris, TE Dwayne Blakley, LB Quinton Caver, LB Dustin Cohen, T Darnell Alford, and S Clint Finley. MIAMI DOLPHINS- Waived RB Robert Edwards. Placed WR Oronde Gadsden on injured reserve. MINNESOTA VI KINGS- Released DE Lorenzo Bromell, S Ron Israel, CB Carey Scott, RB James Wofford.TE Ben Steele, LB Max Yates, T Jon Carman, WR Robert Baker, RB Larry Ned, WR Ben Nelson, CB Horace Willis. T Adam Haayer, and T Adam Goldberg. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS- Released RB Patrick Pass, WR Dedric Ward, WR Tnabiti Davis, OL Russ Hochstein, OL Matt Knutson, OL Jamil Soriano, NT Ethan Kelley, S Shawn Mayer, CB Leonard Myers and LB Maugaula Tuitele. Placed RB Michael Cloud on reserve-suspended list Waived-injured C Bill Conaty. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS- Placed S Mel Mitchel on injured reserve. Released RB-Ki-Jana Carter, TE David Sloan, DL Kend-rick Allen, WR Talman Gardner, FB Jeremy Allen, G Peter Heyer, WR Kareem Kelly, G Scot Osborne, G Melvin Paige, DE Johrj Schlecht, CB BJ.Tucker, C Terence Wagner, DE Greg White, QB Tory Woodbury, and OT, Scott Sanderson. Waived-injured DT Jovon Bush and QB Chris Finlen. NEW YORK GIANTS- Placed K Mike Hollis and LS Ryan Kuehl on injured reserve, and WR Ron Dixon on reserve-physically unable to perform list Released FB Charles Stackhouse, TE Darnell Dinkins, DE Frank Ferrara, WR Daryl Jones, G Tarn Hopkins, C Omar Smith, S Darence LeBlanc, LB Josh Hotchkiss, P Steve Cheek, S Calvin Spears, DE Radell Lockhart. and OT Barrett Brooks. NEW YORK JETS- Released QB Mar-quel Blackwell, QB Todd Husak, RB Ray-monn Adams, CB Troy Grant, WR Phil McGeoghah, WR Carlos Rosado, S Ralph Parent, DT Salem Simon, OT Chris Smith, and OT Michael Thompson. Signed DB Jacoby Shepherd. Waived LB Kelvin Moses, SWes Bautovich, LB Mark Brown, RB Little John Rowers, RB Johnathan Reese, G Brandon Moore.WR Cecil Moore.TEGabe Reid, and DE Ryan Wingrove. Waived-injured CB Andrew Davison. OAKLAND RAIDERS-Waived RB Madre Hill, DT Junior loane, LB Tim Johnson, WR Marcus Knight CB Tony Lukins, FB Cecil Martin, S Keyon Nash.TE David Newman, LB Shurron Pierson, WR Willie Quinnie, G Dustin Rykert, and T Joe Wong. Traded DE Kenyon Coleman to Dallas Cowboys for an undisclosed draft choice. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Traded WR Freddie Milons to Pittsburgh Steelers for conditional draft choice. Released P Lee Johnson, QB Tim Hasselbeck, S Norman LeJeune, C Scott Peters, CB Daryon Brut-ley, S Rashard Cook, TE Kori Dickerson, RB Chris Downs, DE Ron Johnson, DE Ivory McCoy, FB Corey Mclntyre, FB Josh Parry, OT Dante Ellington, OT Jamaal Jackson', WR Sean Scott, LB Jason Short and DT Jeremy Slechta. PITTSBURGH STEELERS- Released RB Chris Fuamatu-Ma'afala, CB-KR Hank Poteat WR Khori Ivy RB Dante Brown, FB J.T. Wall, DL David Upchurch, OL Josh Burr, OL Jimond Pugh, OL Calvin Collins, OL Mike Cook, DE Jabari Issa, WR Brian Robinson, LB Terrence Robinson, and DB Erik Totten. Placed DE Brett Kiel on injured reserve. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS- Released QB Seth Burford, QB Cleo Lemon, G Kevin Breedlove, G Luke Butkus,WRTerry Charles, WR Grant Mattos, RB Dahrran Diedrick, FB Joey Goodspeed, DE Oman Hand, DE Scott Pospisil, LB Jordan Kramer, CB Tony Okanlawon, S Cedric Henry and K Mackenzie Hoambrecker. Placed GToniu Fonoti on injured reserve. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS- Released TE Gabriel Crecion, P Jeff Crowell, G Alonzo Cunningham, T Jerome Davis, QB Brandon Doman, DB Joselio Hanson, DT Charles Hill, FB Jasen Isom, WR James Jordan, LB Masafumi Kawaguchi, S John Keith, C Rob Murphy, DT John Nix, CB Antuan Simmons, FB Matt Stanley, LB Ray Wells, LB Cornelius Anthony, G Craig Osika, and RB Paul Smith. Terminated contract of DT Jim Flanigan. ST. LOUIS RAMS- Released WR Troy Edwards, S Kim Herring, OG Travis Scott, S Nick Sorensen, WR Michael Coleman, OL Curry Dawson, and RB Joffrey Reynolds. Waived-injured RB J.R. Niklos and WR Desmond Kitchings. Signed CB Fred Weary. Acquired S Rich Coady from Indianapolis Colts for an undisclosed 2004 draft pick. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS- Released DT Luis Almanzar, LB Marcus Bell, FS Walter Bernard, TE Deitan Dubuc, CB Doug Evans, DE Joey Evans, FS Curtis Fuller, LB Dane Krager, P Mat McBriar, DE Norris McCleary, G Kaulana Noa, RB Tellis Redmon, WR Jerheme Urban, WR Taco Wallace, TE Josh Whitman, and WR Emmett Johnson. Placed DE Lamar King on reserve-physically unable to perform list. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS- Waived-injured TE Rickey Dudley. Released RB Travis Stephens, DT DeVone Claybrooks, DE Corey Smith, LB Justin Smith, WR Fabian Davis, and WR Charles Lee. Placed QB Jim Miller on reserve-physically unable-to-perform list TENNESSEE TITANS- Released QB Neil O'Donnell, FB Greg Cornelia, DT Kevin Aldridge, DT Cedric Harden, RB John Simon, and CB Rober Freeman. Waived-injured S Jesse Sowells and WR Bryan Peterson. WASHINGTON REDSKINS Released QB Danny Wuerffel, QB Gibran Hamdan, RB Kenny Watson, DL Jonathan Brown, DL Andre Arnold, DL Mike Cecere, DB Larry Austin, DB Fred Booker, DB Jordan Younger, RB Robert Gillespie, OLAkil Smith, OL Brad Bedell, OL Pita Bisara, OL Brad Bedell, DT Delbert Cowsette, DL Bernard Jackson, TE Kevin Ware, WR Patrick Woodcock, DB Ricot Joseph, and LB Clifton Smith. Placed LB Chris demons on injured reserve. COLLEGE WINGATE- Named Andre Gray men's assistant basketball coach. WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY- Announced sophomore men's basketball G Brandon Morris will transfer from Iowa Western Community College.

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