Scoreboard: Oct. 3

October 3, 2012 

Transactions

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

DALLAS MAVERICKS—Waived G Tu Holloway and C DJ Mbenga.

PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Named Jordan Cohn pro personnel scout.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

BUFFALO BILLS—Released TE LaMark Brown and DB Isaiah Green from the practice squad. Signed DB Mana Silva and G-T Andrew Jackson to the practice squad.

CINCINNATI BENGALS—Signed TE Richard Quinn. Waived CB Chris Lewis-Hall.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS—Signed LB Mario Addison to the practice squad.

MIAMI DOLPHINS—Signed WR Jabar Gaffney. Terminated the contract of WR Legedu Naanee and DL Andre Fluellen. Waived-injured LB Mike Rivera.

NEW YORK JETS—Signed FB Lex Hilliard. Waived WR Patrick Turner. Signed WR Jordan White to the practice squad. Released CB Donnie Fletcher from the practice squad.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS—Released G Allen Barbre from the reserve list and running back Lonyae Miller from the practice squad. Signed TE Sean McGrath to the practice squad.

COLLEGE

DUKE—Named Hernando Planells director of women's basketball relations.

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON—Named Vinny Elardo assistant track and field coach.

NYU—Named Mike Torriero assistant wrestling coach.

PENN STATE—Named Greg Campbell assistant director of athletic communications.

YALE—Named Denise Denis assistant softball coach and Cheryl Peterson volunteer assistant softball coach.

Football

nfl

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East

W L Pct PF PA

N.Y. Jets 2 2 .500 81 109

New England 2 2 .500 134 92

Buffalo 2 2 .500 115 131

Miami 1 3 .250 86 90

South

Houston 4 0 1.000 126 56

Indianapolis 1 2 .333 61 83

Jacksonville 1 3 .250 62 97

Tennessee 1 3 .250 81 151

North

Baltimore 3 1 .750 121 83

Cincinnati 3 1 .750 112 112

Pittsburgh 1 2 .333 77 75

Cleveland 0 4 .000 73 98

West

San Diego 3 1 .750 100 71

Denver 2 2 .500 114 83

Kansas City 1 3 .250 88 136

Oakland 1 3 .250 67 125

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

East

W L Pct PF PA

Philadelphia 3 1 .750 66 83

Dallas 2 2 .500 65 88

Washington 2 2 .500 123 123

N.Y. Giants 2 2 .500 111 84

South

Atlanta 4 0 1.000 124 76

Tampa Bay 1 3 .250 82 91

Carolina 1 3 .250 80 109

New Orleans 0 4 .000 110 130

North

Minnesota 3 1 .750 90 72

Chicago 3 1 .750 108 68

Green Bay 2 2 .500 85 81

Detroit 1 3 .250 100 114

West

Arizona 4 0 1.000 91 61

San Francisco 3 1 .750 104 65

St. Louis 2 2 .500 79 91

Seattle 2 2 .500 70 58

Thursday's game

Baltimore 23, Cleveland 16

Sunday's games

Houston 38, Tennessee 14

San Diego 37, Kansas City 20

St. Louis 19, Seattle 13

New England 52, Buffalo 28

Minnesota 20, Detroit 13

Atlanta 30, Carolina 28

San Francisco 34, N.Y. Jets 0

Arizona 24, Miami 21 (OT)

Denver 37, Oakland 6

Cincinnati 27, Jacksonville 10

Green Bay 28, New Orleans 27

Washington 24, Tampa Bay 22

Philadelphia 19, N.Y. Giants 17

Bye: Indianapolis, Pittsburgh

Monday's game

Chicago 34, Dallas 18

Thursday, Oct. 4

Arizona at St. Louis, 8:20 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 7

Baltimore at Kansas City, 1 p.m.

Atlanta at Washington, 1 p.m.

Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.

Green Bay at Indianapolis, 1 p.m.

Cleveland at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m.

Miami at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.

Seattle at Carolina, 4:05 p.m.

Chicago at Jacksonville, 4:05 p.m.

Buffalo at San Francisco, 4:25 p.m.

Tennessee at Minnesota, 4:25 p.m.

Denver at New England, 4:25 p.m.

San Diego at New Orleans, 8:20 p.m.

Bye: Dallas, Detroit, Oakland, Tampa Bay

Monday, Oct. 8

Houston at N.Y. Jets, 8:30 p.m.

bears 34, cowboys 18

Monday's game

Chicago 0 10 14 10—34

Dallas 0 7 3 8—18

Second quarter: Chi—FG Gould 43, 4:15. Chi—Tillman 25 interception return (Gould kick), 2:38. Dal—Austin 10 pass from Romo (Bailey kick), :14. Third quarter: Chi—Hester 34 pass from Cutler (Gould kick), 11:54. Chi—Briggs 74 interception return (Gould kick), 6:11. Dal—FG Bailey 39, 2:11. Fourth quarter: Chi—FG Gould 21, 11:24. Chi—Marshall 31 pass from Cutler (Gould kick), 6:28. Dal—Witten 5 pass from Orton (Bryant pass from Orton), :34.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Chicago, Forte 13-52, Bush 10-29, Bell 2-12, Cutler 3-0. Dallas, Murray 11-24, F.Jones 1-13, Ogletree 1-4, Romo 1-0.

PASSING—Chicago, Cutler 18-24-0-275. Dallas, Romo 31-43-5-307, Orton 9-10-0-89.

RECEIVING—Chicago, Marshall 7-138, Davis 3-62, Hester 3-38, Jeffery 3-32, Bush 1-8, Forte 1-(minus 3). Dallas, Witten 13-112, Bryant 8-105, Murray 7-57, Austin 4-57, Ogletree 3-24, Tanner 2-20, Beasley 2-14, Holmes 1-7.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

ap pro32 power rankings

The Associated Press Pro32 NFL Power Rankings, as voted by a 12-member panel, with first-place votes in parentheses, final records through Nov. 2, total points based on 32 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 32nd-place vote, and previous ranking:

W L T Pts Pvs

1. Houston Texans (11) 3 0 0 382 1

2. Atlanta Falcons 3 0 0 369 2

3. San Francisco 49ers 3 1 0 351 4

4. Baltimore Ravens 3 1 0 347 3

5. Arizona Cardinals (1) 4 0 0 342 6

6. New England Patriots 2 2 0 309 8

7. Green Bay Packers 2 2 0 304 7

8. Philadelphia Eagles 3 1 0 296 12

9. Chicago Bears 3 1 0 293 10

10. San Diego Chargers 3 1 0 272 13

11. New York Giants 2 2 0 265 4

12. Cincinnati Bengals 3 1 0 259 14

13. Denver Broncos 2 2 0 249 16

14. Minnesota Vikings 3 1 0 237 17

15. Pittsburgh Steelers 1 2 0 218 15

16. Dallas Cowboys 2 2 0 189 11

17. Seattle Seahawks 2 2 0 182 9

18. Wash. Redskins 2 2 0 178 21

19. St. Louis Rams 2 2 0 151 29

20. Buffalo Bills 2 2 0 149 20

21. Detroit Lions 1 3 0 140 19

22. Carolina Panthers 1 3 0 128 23

23. New York Jets 2 2 0 126 18

24. T.B. Buccaneers 1 3 0 112 22

25. Miami Dolphins 1 3 0 99 28

26. New Orleans Saints 0 4 0 91 27

27. Kansas City Chiefs 1 3 0 70 24

28. Oakland Raiders 1 3 0 63 26

29. Tennessee Titans 1 3 0 60 25

30. Jacksonville Jaguars1 3 0 46 30

31. Indianapolis Colts 1 2 0 42 31

32. Cleveland Browns 0 4 0 17 32

leaders

PASSER RATING

Att Comp TD Int Pts

M. Ryan, ATL 147 102 11 2 112.1

Roethlisberger, PIT120 82 8 1 109.2

Schaub, HOU 124 83 7 1 105.3

Griffin III, WAS 124 86 4 1 103.2

Dalton, CIN 126 85 8 4 103.0

Brady, NWE 154 101 7 1 102.4

Ale. Smith, SNF 113 76 5 1 98.1

Ponder, MIN 123 84 4 0 97.7

Kolb, ARI 107 67 7 2 97.6

P. Manning, DEN 153 99 8 3 96.9

Flacco, BAL 156 99 7 3 95.8

A. Rodgers, GBY 156 109 7 3 95.7

E. Manning, NYG 160 103 7 4 94.3

P. Rivers, SND 126 87 6 4 91.9

Locker, TEN 106 67 4 2 90.2

Fitzpatrick, BUF 125 72 12 7 89.8

C. Newton, CAR 107 68 4 5 87.5

Brees, NOR 191 110 10 5 86.1

C. Palmer, OAK 162 99 5 2 86.0

Gabbert, JAC 113 63 5 1 83.7

Stafford, DET 173 114 3 4 81.6

Bradford, STL 125 77 4 4 80.1

Romo, DAL 151 101 5 8 78.5

Luck, IND 122 65 5 4 75.4

Cutler, CHI 117 67 5 6 75.3

Jo. Freeman, TAM 119 65 5 4 75.3

R. Wilson, SEA 100 60 4 4 73.5

Vick, PHL 155 88 4 6 72.7

Cassel, KAN 161 94 5 7 70.4

Sanchez, NYJ 128 63 5 4 69.6

Tannehill, MIA 143 80 2 6 66.4

Weeden, CLE 167 90 3 7 60.4

RUSHING YARDS

Att Yds AvgCat TD

M. Lynch, SEA 92 423 4.6 2

J. Charles, KAN 72 415 5.8 2

L. McCoy, PHL 81 384 4.7 1

A. Foster, HOU 103 380 3.7 4

Morris, WAS 82 376 4.6 4

Re. Bush, MIA 67 369 5.5 2

Jones-Drew, JAC 72 352 4.9 1

Spiller, BUF 41 341 8.3 3

Ridley, NWE 74 339 4.6 3

A. Peterson, MIN 79 332 4.2 2

Gore, SNF 66 326 4.9 3

McGahee, DEN 69 325 4.7 3

R. Rice, BAL 64 317 5.0 3

Green-Ellis, CIN 82 286 3.5 2

M. Turner, ATL 55 257 4.7 2

Griffin III, WAS 39 252 6.5 4

D. Martin, TAM 71 247 3.5 1

Murray, DAL 61 237 3.9 1

Benson, GBY 64 228 3.6 1

T. Richardson, CLE 64 222 3.5 3

RECEPTIONS

Rec Yds AvgCat TD

Cruz, NYG 32 388 12.1 2

Amendola, STL 31 351 11.3 2

Harvin, MIN 30 299 10.0 0

Ca. Johnson, DET 29 423 14.6 1

A. Green, CIN 27 428 15.9 3

R. White, ATL 27 413 15.3 3

Gonzalez, ATL 26 265 10.2 3

Hartline, MIA 25 455 18.2 1

Welker, NWE 25 380 15.2 0

Bowe, KAN 25 342 13.7 3

Lloyd, NWE 25 287 11.5 1

Decker, DEN 24 322 13.4 1

J. Graham, NOR 24 248 10.3 3

B. Marshall, CHI 23 352 15.3 2

Wayne, IND 23 294 12.8 1

Pettigrew, DET 23 223 9.7 1

Sproles, NOR 23 207 9.0 2

Fitzgerald, ARI 22 245 11.1 2

Burleson, DET 22 200 9.1 1

R. Rice, BAL 22 174 7.9 0

De. Thomas, DEN 21 325 15.5 2

D. Bryant, DAL 21 269 12.8 0

J. Nelson, GBY 21 260 12.4 1Golf

Professional

This week's tournaments

PGA TOUR

JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN OPEN

Where: Las Vegas

When: Thursday-Sunday

Course: TPC Summerlin (7,243 yards, par 71)

Purse: $4.5 million ($810,000 to the winner)

TV: Golf (4-7 p.m., 9:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Thursday-Sunday)

Last year: Kevin Na won his first PGA Tour title, beating Nick Watney by two strokes. Na finished at 23-under 261 to break the tournament record in the event that switched from 90 to 72 holes in 2004.

Note: Josh Teater (Henry Clay, Morehead State) and J.B. Holmes (Taylor County, UK) are in the field

EUROPEAN TOUR

ALFRED DUNHILL LINKS CHAMPIONSHIP

Where: St. Andrews and Carnoustie, Scotland

When: Thursday-Sunday

Courses: St. Andrews, Old Course (7,305 yards, par 72), Carnoustie, Championship Course (7,412 yards, par 72) and Kingsbarns Golf Links (7,181 yards, par 72)

Purse: $5 million ($800,000 to the winner)

TV: Golf (8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday; 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sunday)

Last year: Northern Ireland's Michael Hoey held off countrymen Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell. Hoey closed with a 6-under 68 at St. Andrews for a tournament-record 22-under 266 total. McIlroy finished two strokes back, and McDowell tied for third.

CHAMPIONS TOUR

SAS CHAMPIONSHIP

Where: Cary, N.C.

When: Friday-Sunday

Course: Prestonwood Country Club (7,240 yards, par 72)

Purse: $2.1 million ($315,000 to the winner)

TV: Golf (1:30-4 p.m. Friday-Sunday)

Last year: Kenny Perry (Lone Oak, Western Kentucky) won his first Champions Tour title, making a 30-foot eagle putt on the par-5 17th en route to a one-stroke victory. Perry won a day after his sister died of breast cancer.

Notes: Tom Lehman tops the Charles Schwab Cup points race with three-regular season events left. The top 30 on the money list will qualify for the Charles Schwab Cup Championship in November at Desert Mountain in Scottsdale, Ariz. ... Russ Cochran (St. Mary, UK), the 2010 winner, is returning from back problems that have sidelined him since the U.S. Senior Open in July. ... Perry will defend his title and Ted Shulz (Ballard, U of L) is in the field, too.

WEB.COM TOUR

NEEDIEST KIDS CHAMPIONSHIP

Where: Potomac, Md.

When: Thursday-Sunday

Course: TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm (7,139 yards, par 70)

Purse: $600,000 ($108,000 to the winner)

TV: Golf (7:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday-Sunday)

Last year: Steve Wheatcroft won the June event at the University of Maryland Golf Course, finishing with the lowest 72-hole score in tour history. He shot 66-60-65-64 for a 29-under 255 total and tour-record 12-stroke victory.

Note: Former University of Louisville standouts Adam Hadwin and Derek Fathauer are in the field along with Pikeville native Robert Damron and former UK star Andy Winings.

college men

gordin classic

At Columbus, Ohio

7,006-yard, par-72 Columbus C.C.

Teams1. Wittenberg 868, 2. Methodist 870, 3. Oglethorpe 879, 4. Ill. Wesleyan 888, 5. Emory 889, t6. Guilford 897, t6. Ohio Wesleyan 897, 8. Transylvania 901, 9. St. John Fisher 906, 10. Greensboro 910, 11. Huntington 915, 12. Christopher Newport 918.

Top individuals1. Alex Andrews, Wittenberg, 212; t2. Jeff Wells, Methodist, 213; t2. Anthony Maccaglia, Oglethorpe, 213.

Transylvania golferst13. Jantzen Latham 221, t22. Clay Hinton 225, t25. Hunter Frazier 226, t37. Stephen Montgomery 229, t47. Hunter Cloud 233.

college women

uncg starmount fall classic

At Greensboro, N.C.

6,265-yard, par-71 Starmount Forest C.C.

Teams—t1. East Tennessee St. 852, 2. Maryland 876, 3. East Carolina 881, 4. Campbell 888, 5. James Madison 893, 6. Richmond 900, 7. Miami 906, 8. Morehead St. 909, 9. Elon 910, 10. Gardner-Webb 915, 11. Winthrop 918, 12. Jacksonville 923, 13. Western Carolina 943, 14. UNC Greensboro 950, 15. High Point 957, 16. Eastern Ky. 959.

Eastern Ky. golfers—t42. April Emerson 230, t61. Anna Gleixner 236, 76. Rachel Welker 248, t79. Kristen Dorsey 251, 84. Nicki Henry 261.

Morehead St. golfers—t21. Marisa Kamelgarn 225, t26. Anna Appert Lund 226, t46. Linnea Scholin 231, t52. Vanessa Bognot 233, t56. Amalie Munck 234.

high school girls

leachman buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA state tournament

At Bowling Green

5,657-yard, par-72 Bowling Green C.C.

Note: Play was suspended due to darkness. Play will resume at 7 a.m. Central on Wednesday to finish the first round. Team and individual cuts will follow immediately after.

PARTIAL FIRST ROUND

Teams1. Sacred Heart 320, 2. Calloway Co. 328, 3. Henry Clay 338, 4. Green Co. 342, 5. Owensboro Catholic 346, t6. Marshall Co. 347, t6. Elizabethtown 347, 8. Shelby Co. 352, 9. Russell Co. 356, 10. North Laurel 360, t11. Allen Co.-Scottsville 363, t11. Boyle Co. 363, 13. Henderson Co. 364, 14. Notre Dame 369, 15. Scott Co. 373, 16. Owen Co. 377, 17. Mason Co. 387, 18. Johnson Central 405, 19. Central Hardin 407, 20. Ashland Blazer 409, 21. Greenup Co. 424, 22. Owsley Co. 496.

Individuals

Anna Hack, Calloway Co. 68 -4

Cayce Hendrickson, Marshall Co. 72 E

Maddie Hamilton, Sacred Heart 73 +1

Chau Tran, Mercy 73 +1

Grace Rose, West Jessamine 76 +4

Olivia Cason, Owensboro Catholic 78 +6

Madison Connell, Calloway Co. 79 +7

Leah Rose Judd, Green Co. 79 +7

Caroline Moore, North Laurel 79 +7

MacKenzie Peyton, Henry Co. 79 +7

Madison Thomas, Shelby Co. 79 +7

Bailey Tyree, Marshall Co. 79 +7

Jordan Webb, Shelby Co. 79 +7

Lauren Hartlage, Elizabethtown 80 +8

Katie Page, Sacred Heart 80 +8

Ayla Rhinesmith, Scott Co. 80 +8

Kristen Engle, Barbourville 81 +9

Alison Miller, Henry Clay 81 +9

Hannabeth Owens, Rockcastle Co. 81 +9

Cassidy Scantland, Green Co. 81 +9

Rebecca Black, Elizabethtown 82 +10

Brianne Coe, Russell Co. 82 +10

Meredith Moir, Sacred Heart 82 +10

Kaitlyn Riley, Anderson Co. 82 +10

Did not finish

Thru Par

Lydia Gumm, North Hardin 12 +1

Elsa Moberly, Pulaski Co. 15 +3

Sydney Trimble, Heath 15 +4

Jackie VanMeter, South Warren 12 +4

Megan Kinney, Western Hills 15 +5

Teri Doss, Paducah Tilghman 15 +6

Nadine Innes, Ryle 15 +10

Leslie VanEvery, Greenwood 15 +10

Ale Walker, Paintsville 12 +10

Local

ladies league

At Meadowbrook

Flight A: Nina Begley 36. Flight B: Joann Beard 39. Flight C: Kim Meadows 39. Flight D: Sherrilyn Medley 40.

Soccer

college men

At Hanover

Transylvania 2, Hanover 1

Goals—T: Smith 2; H: Munoz.

Goalkeepers—T: Nossokoff; H: Korfhagen.

Records: Transylvania 8-1-1 (2-0 HCAC), Hanover 4-5-2 (0-2).

high school boys

At Bourbon Co.

Bryan Station 4, Bourbon Co. 3

Goals—BS: Thiaw 4; BC: Patros 2, Axel.

Goalkeepers—BS: Jiles BC: DeLuna.

Records: Bryan Station 7-5-2, Bourbon Co. 7-10.

At Collins

Western Hills 1, Collins 1

Goals—WH: Smith; C: J. Miller.

Goalkeepers—WH: Davis; C: P. Miller.

Records: Western Hills 15-2-2, Collins 13-1-2.

At Henry Clay

Henry Clay 1, South Oldham 1

Goals—HC: Boone; SO: Ferrell.

Goalkeepers—HC: Brooks; SO: Smith.

Records: Henry Clay 11-3-3, South Oldham 9-9-1.

high school girls

At Madison Central

Madison Central 3, East Jessamine 0

Goals—MC: Hardin, Ogle, Stewart.

Goalkeepers—MC: Shepherd; EJ: Welch.

Records: Madison Central 14-2-1, East Jessamine 10-8-1.

Volleyball

college

Asbury 3 Va.-Wise 0

Ind.-Southeast 3 Berea 0

Lindsey Wilson 3 Cumberlands 0

Rio Grande 3 Pikeville 0

At Middle Tenn.

Western Ky. def. Middle Tenn. 3-0 (25-18, 25-17, 25-19).

Odds

Glantz-Culver line

NCAA football

Thursday

Favorite Open Today Underdog

at Central Fla. 13½ 14 East Carolina

Southern Cal 13½ 14 at Utah

at Fla. International1½ Pk Arkansas St.

Friday

Pittsburgh 3 2½ at Syracuse

at BYU 9 7 Utah St.

Saturday

at Air Force 9 10 Navy

Michigan St. 15 15½ at Indiana

Northern Ill. 2 2½ at Ball St.

Boston College 8½ 10 at Army

Bowling Green 6 4½ at Akron

at Cincinnati 20½ 20½ Miami (Ohio)

at Clemson 11 10 Georgia Tech

at Duke 1 2 Virginia

South Florida 6 5 at Temple

at Penn St. 4 3 Northwestern

Kent St. 3½ 3 at Eastern Mich.

at Rutgers 10 8 UConn

Florida St. 12½ 14½ at NC State

at Western Mich. 18 16½ UMass

at Missouri 7½ 7 Vanderbilt

Texas A&M 8½ 11 at Mississippi

at North Carolina 3½ 4 Virginia Tech

at Oregon 24 24 Washington

at South Carolina2½ 2½ Georgia

at Texas 7 6½ West Virginia

at TCU 13 11½ Iowa St.

at Wisconsin 14½ 14½ Illinois

at Kansas St. 24 24 Kansas

UCLA 1½ 2½ at California

at Auburn 11 10 Arkansas

Michigan 3½ 3 at Purdue

at Nevada 14½ 16 Wyoming

at Idaho 8½ 10½ New Mexico St.

at Stanford 12½ 9½ Arizona

Oklahoma 7 4½ at Texas Tech

at Toledo 14 10½ Cent. Michigan

Boise St. 11½ 11 at Southern Miss.

Rice 7½ 7½ at Memphis

at Maryland 4 5½ Wake Forest

Mississippi St. 14 9½ at Kentucky

at Oregon St. 13½ 15 Washington St.

at La. Tech 26 24½ UNLV

Tulsa 5½ 3 at Marshall

Notre Dame-x 11½ 13 Miami

at Ohio 16 14½ Buffalo

at Ohio St. 4 3½ Nebraska

at San Diego St.17½ 22 Hawaii

Fresno St. 14½ 15½ at Colorado St.

Louisiana St. 4 2½ at Florida

at New Mexico 3½ 3½ Texas St.

at UTEP +2 2½ SMU

at La.-Lafayette 23 24 Tulane

La.-Monroe 4½ 3 at Middle Tenn.

at Houston 12 11½ North Texas

x-at Chicago

NFL

Thursday

Favorite Open Today Underdog

Arizona 3 1½ at St. Louis

SUNDAY

Atlanta 3 3 at Washington

at Pittsburgh 4 3½ Philadelphia

Green Bay 6½ 7 at Indianapolis

at N.Y. Giants 10½ 10 Cleveland

at Minnesota 6½ 5½ Tennessee

at Cincinnati 5½ 4½ Miami

Baltimore 6½ 5 at Kansas City

at Carolina 3 3 Seattle

Chicago 4 5½ at Jacksonville

at New England 6½ 7 Denver

at San Francisco 10 9½ Buffalo

at New Orleans 3 4 San Diego

Monday

Houston 7 7½ at N.Y. Jets

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