The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on February 3, 1986 · Page 13
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The Salina Journal Monday, February 3,1986 Page 13 Jackson propels Hoyas by LSU College basketball LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - It was the type of game Georgetown guard Michael Jackson dreams of. Jackson, who normally plays in the shadow of the Hoyas' outstanding front line, took advantage of Louisiana State's sagging defense to score 20 points and hand out 11 assists Sunday in leading 12th-ranked Georgetown to a 74-72 college basketball victory over the 17th-ranked Tigers. Jackson, who scored the game- winning points by sinking two free throws with six seconds left, took advantage of the game's rapid pace to register his season-high in both points and assists. "I love a wide-open ballgame," Jackson said. "It was a point-guard's dream. They were playing us tight underneath, so (guard) Horace (Broadnax) and I took it upon ourselves to take the outside shots." Broadnax made eight of 11 shots and scored 16 points to help the Hoyas, 17-3, register their sixth straight triumph. Georgetown forward David Wingate added 18, but scored only six after intermission. "Their outside shooting was very, very good," said LSU coach Dale Brown. "We had no time to prepare for this game and you can't stop that anyway." It was the Tigers' third game in Georgetown's Reggie Williams (right) has his layup attempt slapped away by Louisiana State's John Williams (24). five days and second in 24 hours. The Tigers missed a chance to send the game into overtime when Derrick Taylor's shot from the top of the key bounced off the rim at the buzzer. Jackson was put at the line when he grabbed a rebound off a missed shot by LSU's Jose Vargas and was fouled by Don Redden. John Williams, in only his second game since recovering from the chicken pox, led the Tigers with 27 Brown sidesteps retirement issue LANDOVER, Md. (AP.) — Louisiana State basketball Coach Dale Brown, who claimed on national television Sunday that he was considering retiring after this season, refused to comment on the subject following his team's 74-72 loss to Georgetown. "Right now[~ I'm not real! clear on that. I'd I just as soon not I talk about it," I Brown said af-- ter his team's] third straight; road loss. Brown, in his Brown 14th season at LSU, has compiled a 247-146 record with the Tigers. A 29-year coaching veteran, he led the Tigers to the Southeastern Conference championship last year and guided LSU to a 14-0 record this season before running into difficulty when several Tiger players suffered from the chicken pox and team captain Nikita Wilson was suspended due to academic difficulties. After his team just missed beating the 12th-ranked Hoyas, Brown seemed happy and his thoughts appeared to be far from retirement. "I've coached almost 400 games and I don't know if I've ever been more proud than I was against Kentucky (a 54-52 LSU loss Wednesday). I've got that same feeling today. I hope I can combine my pride with victories this year," he said. When told that he didn't sound like a man considering retirement, Brown replied, "Well, I'm 50 and I'm unpredictable." Brown, whose teams have appeared in the NCAA tournament for seven consecutive years, earlier this week expressed discontent with LSU over the handling of the suspension of Wilson. He has called Wilson the heart of the team and one of the best captains he's had. Brown, who prides himself on the high graduation rate of his players, stresses a family approach to his game. "If you're truly a family, this will pull you together," Brown said of his team's difficulties over the past two weeks. "I've had enough adversity in my life so that I can handle it." , points and Taylor scored 14. The setback, the Tigers' fourth straight and first outside the Southeast Conference this season, dropped LSU to 16-6. • N.C. STATE 54, KENTUCKY 51 — At Raleigh, N.C., Chris Washburn and Charles Shackleford scored 16 points apiece to lead the Wolfpack past No. 8 Kentucky. Shackleford and Washburn scored 10 points apiece in the second half as the Wolfpack overcame Kentucky's man-to-man pressure defense as well as a 13-4 deficit in the first eight minutes. "I just went out in the second half and played my game," Washburn said. "I think I did that very well." Coach Eddie Sutton, while pleased with his team's effort, said the recent schedule may have affected his club's performance as the Wildcats fell to 18-3 and saw an eight-game winning streak snapped. "Our fatigue showed in the second half," Sutton said. "This is the third game in five days and I thought we got tired there in the second half and that hurt us, especially defensively." N.C. State coach Jim Valvano agreed that fatigue played a factor. "I felt like they might have tired a little there in the second half when we had our spurt," Valvano said. "They don't have much depth and the pressure defense can wear you down.'' With the score tied at 33 with 13:56 left, the Wolfpack went on an 11-1 run to take the lead for good. Central girls entertain South Salina South will travel across town to Salina Central tonight as the Cougar and Mustang girls' basketball teams clash for the third time this season and 29th time in the series' 11-year history. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:30 at the Central gymnasium. Each team has won 14 times, but Central has won the last six intra-city showdowns and 10 of the last 11, including 56-38 and 44-27 victories this season. South had held the series advantage for better than eight years before Central pulled even with its 44-27 victory last week in the consolation semifinals of the Newton Invitational. South has yet to win in 11 games this season. Central is 6-8 coming off a sixth-place finish in the Newton Invitational. College basketball standings Trio erases big deficit to win Daytona race DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The trio of Al Holbert, Derek Bell and Al Unser Jr., sharing a Porsche 962 Prototype, erased deficits of up to 35 laps on the way to victory Sunday in the Sunbank Daytona 24-Hours sports car endurance race. "Lord, am I surprised," said Holbert, who finally added America's most prestigious endurance event to his long list of victories, including the 24 Hours ofLeMans. "We were so far out of it," he added. "But we had perseverance and the other guys had their troubles and we just kept after it. They fell far behind in the morning hours Sunday at Daytona International Speedway because of a broken throttle linkage and a suspension problem. "There were great repairs of mistakes in preparation, so I guess it balanced itself out in the end." A.J. Foyt, Danny Sullivan and Arie Luyendyk finished second, less than a lap ahead in what was the closest finish in the 24 years of the 24-hour event at Daytona. "We had a lot of little problems," said Foyt, who has two wins and two second-place finishes in this race in the past four years. "We had it locked and lost it. But that's a 24-hour race." The winners, all first-time winners in this event, made up a six-lap deficit with less than two hours remaining in the attrition- filled race. Englishman Derek Warwick, Jochen Mass of West Germany, Darrin Brassfield and Jim Busby also led early but also made several long pit stops because of mechanical problems. The Foyt car, which once led by as much as 14 laps, had long stops for a broken brake line and a broken turbocharger controller, while the Warwick car made a series of stops because of rear- end problems, all in the morning hours. After both those cars had gotten ' back to racing, Foyt was in the lead, with Mass falling back to third, behind Bell. Sullivan was leading by eight laps when he pitted with just under two hours remaining for repairs to a sticking throttle. The 51-year-old Foyt, who won here in 1983 and 1985, was back in the car and trying to protect the lead when he drove out of the pits 10 minutes later and just about three miles ahead of the Holbert car on the 3.56-mile circuit. C'mon America, Drive Over To Ttrestone MO «• $ 40 per set of 4 if ing, By The Associated Pr«> Atlantic Coatt Conference Conference All Comet W 1 Pet. W 1 Pet. N.Carolina 6 1 .857 22 1 .957 Georgia Tech 6 1 .857 17 2 .895 Duke 7 2 .778 20 2 .909 N. Carolina St. 5 3 .625 13 6 .584 Virginia 4 3 .571 14 5 .737 Clemson 2 5 .286 14 7 .667 Maryland 1 6 .143 11 9 .550 Wake Forest 0 10 .000 6 15 .286 Atlantic 10 Conference Conference All Comet W 1 Pet. W L Pet. West Virginia 10 1 .909 16 6 .727 St. Joseph's 9 2 .818 15 4 .789 Temple 7 2 .778 16 3 .842 St. Bonaventure 7 4 .636 12 8 .600 Duquesne 5 5 .500 10 9 .526 PennSt. 4 7 .364 1010 .500 Geo. Washington 3 7 .300 8 11 .421 Massachusetts 3 7 .300 6 13 .316 Rhode Island 2 8 .200 6 13 .316 Rutgers 2 9 .182 7 13 .350 Big East Conference Conference All Games W 1 Pet. W L Pet. Syracuse 8 1 .889 17 2 .895 St. John's 7 2 .778 20 3 .870 Georgetown 7 2 .778 16 3 .842 Vlllanova 5 3 .625 15 9 .625 Pittsburgh 4 5 .444 13 7 .650 Boston College 3 7 .300 12 9 .571 Connecticut 2 5 .286 10 6 .625 Providence 2 7 .222 10 10 .500 SetonHall 1 7 .125 11 11 .500 Big Sky Conference Conference All Gomes W L Pet. W I Pet. N. Arizona 6 1 .857 16 4 .750 Montana 5 2 .714 15 6 .714 Idaho St. 5 2 .714 12 8 .600 WeberSt. 3 4 .429 13 6 .684 Nevada-Reno 3 4 .429 10 10 .500 Montana St. 3 4 .429 7 12 .368 Boise St. 2 5 .286 7 12 .368 Idaho 1 6 .143 7 13 .350 Big Ten Conference Conference All Games W L Pet. W 1 Pet. Michigan 7 2 .778 19 2 .905 Indiana 6 3 .667 14 5 .737 Iowa 6 3 .667 16 6 .727 Purdue 5 3 -625 16 5 .762 Michigan St. 5 4 .556 14 5 .737 Illinois 4 4 .500 13 6 .684 Minnesota 4 5 .444 14 8 .636 Ohio St. 4 5 .444 10 9 .526 Wisconsin 2 7 .222 10 9 .526 Northwestern 1 8 .111 7 12 .368 Ivy league Conference All Gamet W L Pet. W L Pet. Brown 5 1 .833 11 7 .611 Cornell 4 2 .667 9 9 .500 Columbia 3 3 .500 9 9 .500 Yale 3 3 .500 9 9 .500 Pennsylvania 2 2 .500 B 8 .500 Princeton 2 2 .500 88 .500 Dartmouth 2 3 .400 5 10 .333 Harvard 0 5 .000 4 13 .235 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Conference All Garnet W L Pet. W L Pet. Falrfleld 8 1 .889 15 5 .750 St. Peter's 6 3 .667 11 7 .611 lona 5 3 .625 9 12 .429 LaSalle 4 5 .444 9 11 .450 HolyCrost 3 4 .429 6 13 .316 Fordham 3 5 .375 9 13 .409 Army 3 5 .375 7 11 .389 Manhattan 1 7 .125 2 18 .100 Metro College Athletic Conference Conference All Gamet W L Pet. W 1 Pet. MemphitSt. 5 1 .833 20 1 .952 VlrglntoTech 4 2 .667 18 4 .818 Cincinnati 3 3 .500 9 10 .474 Louisville 2 2 .500 13 6 .684 South Carolina 2 3 .400 10 B .556 So. Mississippi 2 4 .333 11 8 .579 FlorjdaSt. 1 4 .200 7 11 .389 Mid-American Conference Davidson 6 3 .667 13 7 .650 Conference All Gamet Appalachian St. 3 5 .375 9 9 .500 W 1 Pet. W L Pet. VMI 3 6 .333 8 10 .444 Miami. Ohio 9 1 .900 16 4 .800 W.Carolina 3 6 .333 711 .389 Ball St. 7 3 .700 14 5 .737 F""™m o 7 ™ ? U ™ OhloU. 6 4 .600 13 6 .684 Citadel 2 7 .222 6 12 .333 W.Michigan 5 5 .500 10 9 .526 Toledo 5 5 .500 8 11 .421 Bowling Green 5 5 .500 6 12 .333 Southland Conference No. Illinois 4 6 .400 9 9 .500 Conference All Garnet Kent St. 4 6 .400 8 10 .444 W I Pet. W L Pet. E. Michigan 3 7 .300 6 12 .333 NE Louisiana 5 1 .833 13 6 .684 Cent. Michigan 2 8 .200 6 13 .316 McNee ,eSt. 4 2 .667 15 7 .682 Lamar 3 3 .500 13 7 .650 Midwestern Collegiate Conference ArkansasSt. 3 3 .500 12 7 .632 Conference All Gamet Louisiana Tech 3 3 .500 1 1 8 .579 W I Pet. W L Pet. North Texas St. 3 4 .429 7 13 .350 Xavler.Ohio 5 1 .833 16 3 .842 Texas-Arlington 1 5 .167 10 12 .455 Detroit 5 1 .833 11 9 .550 B St. Louis 5 2 .714 11 9 .550 Loyola, HI. 3 2 .600 7 12 .368 Southwest Conference Oral Roberts 1 4 .200 614 .300 Conference All Garnet Butler 1 5 .167 7 12 .368 W L Pet. W I Pet. Evonsville 1 6 .143 6 13 .316 TexasA8M 8 1 .889 14 7 .667 Texas Christian 7 2 .778 15 5 .750 Mlstourl Valley Conference Texas 7 2 .778 12 8 .600 Conference All Garnet So. Methodist 6 3 .667 14 6 .700 W I Pet. W L Pet. Texas Tech 4 4 .500 9 10 .474 Bradley 9 0 1.000 22 1 .957 Houston 4 5 .444 10 9 .526 Drake 6 2 .750 14 5 .737 Arkansas 2 8 .200 10 10 .500 Tulsa 6 3 .667 16 5 .762 Bay | or | 8 .111 9 11 .450 Illinois St. 5 4 .556 10 10 .500 Rlce , 8 .111 8 12 .400 Indiana St. 3 5 .375 9 9 .500 Creighton 3 5 .375 7 11 .389 West Texas St. 3 6 .333 9 10 .474 Southwestern Athletic Conference So. Illinois 2 6 .250 614 .300 Conference All Games Wichita St. 1 7 .125 8 11 .421 W L Pet. W L Pet. Southern U. 6 1 .857 13 ' 4 .765 Ohio Valley Conference Jackson St. 6 1 .857 10 9 .526 Conference All Games Alcorn St. 5 2 .714 711 .389 W L Pet. W L Pet. Miss. Valley 4 3 .571 9 8 .529 MiddleTenn. 7 0 1.000 17 5 .773 AlabamaSt. 4 4 .500 8 10 .444 Murray St. 5 2 .714 13 7 .650 Texas Southern 3 4 .429 5 12 .294 Akron 5 3 .625 14 6 .700 Grambling 1 6 .143 11 7 .611 Austin Peay 4 3 .571 11 9 .550 Prairie View 0 7 .000 0 16 .000 Tennessee Tech 3 4 .429 10 10 .500 YoungstownSt. 3 5 .375 4 13 .235 Sun Belt Conference E.Kentucky 2 5 .286 712 .368 Conference All Games MoreheadSt. 0 7 .000 7 12 .368 W 1 Pet. W I Pet. W k" * W A 1 H57 ' 17 3 850 Pacific Coast Athletic Aitoctatlon Old Dominion 7 2 778 14 4 778 Conference All Garnet A , o . Blrm , nam 8 3 ; 727 2 0 6 >69 M , v in nimi 91 •> on Jacksonville 4 4 .500 13 8 .619 Nev.-Las Vegas 10 01.000 21 2 .913 V a. Cmmnwealth 4 5 .444 812 .400 New Mexico St. 8 1 .889 14 4 .778 south Florida 3 4 .429 10 8 .556 Cal-lrvine 6 3 .667 1 7 .61 SouthAlabama 2 6 .250 13 11 .542 Fresno St. 5 5 .500 2 9 .571 N c charlotte 0 8 .000 513 .278 San Jose St. 5 5 .500 12 7 .632 Pacific 4 6 .400 11 10 .524 Santa Barbara 4 7 .364 9 11 .450 Utah St. 2 7 .222 6 12 .333 Long Beach St. 1 9 .100 5 16 .238 Paclllc-10 Conference Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pet. Washington 7 2 .778 13 8 .619 Arizona 6 2 .750 15 6 .714 California 5 3 .625 13 5 .722 Oregon St. 5 3 .625 9 7 .563 UCLA 4 4 .500 98 .529 Stanford 4 4 .500 10 10 .500 Washington St. 4 5 .444 11 11 .500 Southern Col 3 5 .375 9 9 .500 Arizona St. 3 6 .333 9 10 .474 Oregon 1 8 .111 6 13 .316 Southeastern Conference Conference All Games W 1 Pet. W L Pet. Kentucky 9 1 .900 18 2 .900 Alabama 8 2 .800 15 4 .789 Auburn 6 3 .667 12 7 .632 Florida 6 4 .600 12 7 .632 Georgia 5 5 .500 12 7 .632 Louisiana St. 4 5 .444 16 5 .762 Tennessee 4 6 .400 11 8 .579 Vanderbilt 4 6 .400 10 9 .526 Mississippi 2 8 .200 10 9 .526 Mississippi St. 1 9 .100 4 15 .211 Southern Conference Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pet. Marshall 7 2 .778 16 6 .727 Tenn.-Chatt. 7 2 .778 14 6 .700 East Tennessee 7 3 .700 10 9 .526 Tram America Conference Conference All Garnet W L Pet. W L Pet. Ark.-LltlleRock 7 1 .875 13 9 .591 Hardln-Simmons 5 4 .556 12 9 .571 Mercer 5 4 .556 10 9 .526 Samford 4 5 .444 12 10 .545 Georgia St. 4 5 .444 11 11 .500 Houston Baptist 4 5 .444 9 11 .450 Go. Southern 3 5 .375 12 8 .600 Centenary 3 5 .375 6 13 .316 x-Stetson - - --• 711 .389 x -Ineligible for title In 1985-M Wett Coatt Athletic Conference Conference Al! Gamet W L Pet. W L Pet. Loyola, Calif. 6 0 1.000 14 6 .700 Pepper-dine 5 1 .833 17 4 .810 San Diego 4 2 .667 14 6 .700 Gonzaga 3 3 .500 10 9 .526 Portland 2 4 .333 11 9 .550 St. Mary's 2 4 .333 9 10 .474 Santa Clara 1 5 .167 6 14 .300 San Francisco 1 5 .167 6 14 .300 Western Athletic Conference Conference All Gamet W L Pet. W L Pet. Texas-El Paso 7 2 .778 18 3 .857 Wyoming 6 2 .750 12 8 .600 Brlgham Young 6 2 .750 11 9 .550 San Diego St. 6 4 .600 7 13 .350 New Mexico 5 4 .556 13 8 .619 Utah 4 4 .500 11 9 .550 Colorado St. 4 6 .400 B 13 .381 Air Force 2 8 .200 8 13 .381 Hawaii 1 9 .100 4 17 .190 Independents W L Pet. Notre Dame 14 3 .824 Chicago St. 16 6 .727 E.Washington ' 15 7 .682 DePaul 12 6 .667 Marquette 12 7 .632 Miami, Fla. 12 7 .632 New Orleans 12 7 .632 Pan American U 7 .611 Dayton 12 8 .600 SW Louisiana 12 B .600 Florida ASM 11 8 .579 Tennessee St. 8 11 .421 Utica 8 12 ..400 U.S. International 7 12 .368 Brooklyn 5 17 .227 Texas-San Antonio 4 16 .200 Cent. 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