Scoreboard: Jan. 11

January 11, 2013 

Transactions

BASEBALL

American League

OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Agreed to terms with RHP Chris Resop on a one-year contract.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Claimed LHP Tommy Hottovy off waivers from Texas.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

MIAMI HEAT—Signed C Josh Harrellson to a 10-day contract.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ARIZONA CARDINALS—Signed CB Greg McCoy to a reserve/future contract.

BUFFALO BILLS—Named Mike Pettine defensive coordinator and Nathaniel Hackett offensive coordinator.

CHICAGO BEARS—Signed TE Fendi Onobun and LB Lawrence Wilson to reserve/future contracts.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS—Signed RB Alvester Alexander, OT Lee Ziemba and LB Jake Killeen to reserve/future contracts.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Fired coach Mike Mularkey.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Reassigned D Anton Blomqvist from Evansville (ECHL) to Springfield (AHL).

COLLEGE

CLEMSON—Announced WR DeAndre Hopkins will enter the NFL draft.

GEORGIA—Announced NT Kwame Geathers will enter the NFL draft.

OHIO STATE—Announced senior RB Jordan Hall has been granted a medical redshirt.

Baseball

major league

calendar

Jan. 15 — Salary arbitration filing.

Jan. 18 — Salary arbitration figures exchanged.

Feb. 1-21 — Salary arbitration hearings, Phoenix.

Feb. 12 — Mandatory reporting date for players participating in the World Baseball Classic in Asia. Mandatory reporting date for all other pitchers and catchers participating in the WBC. Voluntary reporting date for pitchers and catchers not participating in the WBC.

Feb. 15 — Mandatory reporting date for WBC players not participating in Asia. Voluntary reporting date for position players not participating in the WBC.

Feb. 20 — Mandatory reporting date for players not participating in the WBC.

March 2-11 — Teams may renew contracts of unsigned players.

March 2-19 — World Baseball Classic.

March 13 — Last day to place a player on unconditional release waivers and pay 30 days termination pay instead of 45 days.

March 27 — Last day to request unconditional release waivers on a player without having to pay his full 2013 salary.

March 31 — Opening day, Texas at Houston. Active rosters reduced to 25 players.

Basketball

nba

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

New York 23 12 .657 —

Brooklyn 20 15 .571 3

Boston 18 17 .514 5

Philadelphia 15 22 .405 9

Toronto 13 22 .371 10

Southeast Division

Miami 23 10 .697 —

Atlanta 20 14 .588 3½

Orlando 12 23 .343 12

Charlotte 9 25 .265 14½

Washington 5 28 .152 18

Central Division

Indiana 22 14 .611 —

Chicago 19 14 .576 1½

Milwaukee 18 16 .529 3

Detroit 13 23 .361 9

Cleveland 9 28 .243 13½

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

San Antonio 28 10 .737 —

Memphis 23 10 .697 2½

Houston 21 15 .583 6

Dallas 13 23 .361 14

New Orleans 10 25 .286 16½

Northwest Division

Oklahoma City 27 8 .771 —

Denver 21 16 .568 7

Portland 19 15 .559 7½

Utah 19 18 .514 9

Minnesota 16 16 .500 9½

Pacific Division

L.A. Clippers 28 8 .778 —

Golden State 22 12 .647 5

L.A. Lakers 15 20 .429 12½

Sacramento 13 22 .371 14½

Phoenix 12 25 .324 16½

Thursday's games

Indiana 81, New York 76

Dallas at Sacramento (n)

Miami at Portland (n)

Friday's games

Charlotte at Toronto, 7 p.m.

Houston at Boston, 7:30 p.m.

Utah at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.

Phoenix at Brooklyn, 7:30 p.m.

San Antonio at Memphis, 8 p.m.

Minnesota at New Orleans, 8 p.m.

Chicago at New York, 8 p.m.

Detroit at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m.

Cleveland at Denver, 9 p.m.

Portland at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.

pacers 81, knicks 76

NEW YORK (76) — Copeland 3-9 2-2 8, Camby 3-9 1-1 7, Chandler 5-10 2-3 12, Kidd 3-10 0-0 8, Brewer 0-0 0-0 0, Smith 10-29 4-5 25, Stoudemire 4-11 1-2 9, Prigioni 0-2 0-0 0, Novak 1-4 0-0 3, Thomas 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 31-89 10-13 76.

INDIANA (81) — George 10-24 2-2 24, West 3-11 0-0 6, Hibbert 1-4 2-4 4, Hill 2-6 1-1 6, Stephenson 3-6 2-2 9, Green 3-8 0-0 7, T.Hansbrough 1-8 4-4 6, Augustin 0-0 0-0 0, Mahinmi 6-7 1-1 13, Pendergraph 2-5 2-2 6. Totals 31-79 14-16 81.

New York 14 20 26 16—76

Indiana 16 23 19 23—81

Three-point goals—New York 4-20 (Kidd 2-9, Novak 1-3, Smith 1-4, Prigioni 0-1, Copeland 0-3), Indiana 5-21 (George 2-8, Stephenson 1-2, Hill 1-5, Green 1-5, West 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—New York 59 (Chandler 15), Indiana 52 (George 11). Assists—New York 14 (Smith 6), Indiana 16 (George 5). Total fouls—New York 18, Indiana 19. Technicals—Chandler, Smith, Stephenson. A—16,568 (18,165).

calendar

Feb. 15-17 — NBA All-Star weekend in Houston

Feb. 21 — Trade deadline

April 20 — Playoffs begin.

June 6 — NBA Finals begin (possible switch to June 4).

June 20 — Last possible date for NBA Finals (possible switch to June 18)

June 27 — NBA draft

college men

thursday's scores

SEC

Kentucky 60 Vanderbilt 58

OVC

Tennessee Tech 77 E. Illinois 73

Jacksonville St. 75 SIU-Edwardsville 62

Tennessee St. 80 Tenn.-Martin 48

Belmont 102 SE Missouri St. 72

STATE

Cumberlands 80 Pikeville 64

Georgetown 78 Rio Grande 61

Kentucky St. 81 Claflin 60

Ky. Wesleyan 77 Quincy 69

Mo.-St. Louis 87 Bellarmine 82 (2OT)

Pikeville 80 Cumberlands 64

Shawnee St. 68 St. Catharine 59

TOP 25

Oregon 70No. 4 Arizona 66

No. 9 Gonzaga St. Mary's (n)

No. 22 Michigan St. 62 Iowa 59

georgetown 78, rio grande 61

RIO GRANDE — Komakech 3-3 1-4 7, Haynes 7-15 4-10 18, Kimber 5-11 0-0 11, Warmack 0-6 8-8 8, Legg 2-7 1-2 6, Davis 1-1 0-0 2, Maxey 0-0 0-0 0, Elliott 0-2 0-0 0, Garba 1-4 0-0 2, McMaster 3-6 0-0 7, Moore 0-6 0-0 0. Totals 22-61 14-24 61.

GEORGETOWN — Moses 5-9 4-4 14, Marc 2-7 3-4 7, Wilson 2-9 0-0 4, Thomas 7-16 1-2 18, Middleton 1-5 0-0 3, Craig 4-5 1-2 10, Townsen 2-6 2-2 7, Washburn 0-1 2-4 2, McWhorter 6-9 1-2 13. Totals 29-67 14-20 78.

Halftime—Georgetown 29-26. Three-point goals—Rio Grande 3-12 (Kimber 1-2, McMaster 1-2, Legg 1-5, Warmack 0-3), Georgetown 6-19 (Thomas 3-5, Craig 1-1, Middleton 1-3, Townsend 1-4, Moses 0-2, Wilson 0-4). Rebounds—Rio Grande 40 (Kimber 6, Warmack 6), Georgetown 46 (Moses 8). Assists—Rio Grande 3 (Legg 2), Georgetown 18 (Craig 6). Fouled out—Marc. Total fouls—Rio Grande 16, Georgetown 19. Turnovers—Rio Grande 13, Georgetown 9. A—n/a.

kentucky state 81, claflin 60

CLAFLIN (5-7, 3-1 SIAC) — Henry 6, Dunn 6, Gibson 2, Curry 4, Bowman 21, Williams 5, Glover 10, Pellegrino 4, Denard 2.

KENTUCKY ST. (5-5, 3-1) — Darrett 3, Gaston 4, Henderson 8, Thomas 22, Adams 6, Ford 7, Dawson 11, Anderson 13, Bates 6, Jones 1.

Halftime—Kentucky St. 32-26.

ky. wesleyan 77, quincy 69

KY. WESLEYAN (11-0, 3-0 GLVC) — Johnson 12, dAwson 4, Oxley 9, Barker 20, Danforth 8, Walker 2, Ferguson 2, Starke 20.

QUINCY (6-6, 1-3) — Thompson 13, Kennedy 8, Babbitt 25, Meyer 6, Wilson 3, Weber 7, Hartlieb 2, Riggs 1, Hoover 4.

Halftime—Quincy 35-31.

pikeville 80, cumberlands 64

CUMBERLANDS (15-2, 6-1 MSC) — Goins 4, Bumpus 25, McCoy 5, Santiago 9, Archie 10, Pratt 2, Lowery 1, Armstrong 8.

PIKEVILLE (16-1, 6-1) — Johnson 18, Saintil 4, Briscoe 13, Whitaker 4, Setty 28, Jenkins 4, Chapman 6, Justice 2, Barlow 1.

Halftime—Pikeville 39-31.

friday's games

(All times p.m.)

STATE—Boyce at Crown, 7; Lipscomb at Northern Ky., 7; Point Park at Berea, 8

TOP 25No. 13 Creighton at Missouri St., 8:05

college women

thursday's scores

SEC

Arkansas 63 Louisiana St. 54

Auburn 76 Mississippi 52

Florida 61 Mississippi St. 55

No. 6 Kentucky 65No. 20 Texas A&M 62

No. 18 South Carolina 64 Vanderbilt 48

No. 9 Tennessee 84 Missouri 39

No. 13 Georgia Alabama

STATE

Cumberlands 72 Pikeville 46

Georgetown 98 Rio Grande 59

Kentucky St. 74 Claflin 62

Mulligan 79 Union 63

Quincy 65 Ky. Wesleyan 58

St. Catharine 80 Shawnee St. 78 (OT)

TOP 25

No. 4 Duke 82 Clemson 45

No. 10 Maryland 84No. 24 Miami 62

No. 11 North Carolina 70 N.C. State 66

Wake Forest 80No. 18 Florida St. 72

cumberlands 72, pikeville 46

CUMBERLANDS (10-6, 3-4 MSC) — Upchurch 7, Bicane 10, Alexander 13, Mullins 15, Herman 15, Foster 5, Salyers 1, Forsythe 6.

PIKEVILLE (5-9, 2-5) — Conley 9, Wright 15, J.Jackson 9, W.Jackson 3, Ch.Haney 1, Tunnell 3, Co.Haney 3, Klee 3.

Halftime—Cumberlands 45-28.

georgetown 98, rio grande 59

RIO GRANDE (5-11, 0-8 MSC) — Schramm 2-3 0-0 4, Bonar 4-17 4-4 12, Heaberlin 2-5 1-2 6, Hammond 2-7 0-0 5, Morrison-Fountain 4-12 0-1 11, Reynolds 0-1 0-0 0, Taylor 1-6 0-0 2, Woodson 0-5 2-2 2, Mabry 0-1 0-0 0, Morris 5-11 2-2 13, Daniels 2-6 0-1 4. Totals 22-74 9-12 59.

GEORGETOWN (10-6, 4-3) — Jonas 6-9 0-0 12, Howard 7-15 9-9 26, Golden 2-5 3-4 9, Tyra 4-9 5-6 14, King 8-11 3-4 19, Coleman 0-2 3-4 3, Johnson 0-0 1-2 1, Foster 0-3 3-6 3, Fultz 3-6 1-2 8, Armstrong 0-1 0-0 0, Farris 1-2 0-0 3. Totals 31-63 28-37 98.

Halftime—Georgetown 51-33. Three-point goals—Rio Grande 6-14 (Morrison-Fountain 3-4, Heaberlin 1-1, Hammond 1-2, Morris 1-2, Bonar 0-1, Woodson 0-4), Georgetown 8-20 (Howard 3-7, Golden 2-3, Farris 1-2, Fultz 1-3, Tyra 1-4, Foster 0-1). Rebounds—Rio Grande 36 (Bonar 9), Georgetown 54 (Tyra 10). Assists—Rio Grande 12 (Hammond 4, Woodson 4), Georgetown 23 (Tyra 11). Total fouls—Rio Grande 23, Georgetown 15. Turnovers—Rio Grande 21, Georgetown 20. A—n/a.

kentucky State 74, claflin 62

CLAFLIN (3-11, 2-2 SIAC) — Hickmon 6, Brown 17, Williams 10, Robinson 17, Goodwin 6, Brown 2, O'Neal 2, Dorsey 2.

KENTUCKY ST. (5-6, 2-2) — Moore 1, Lloyd 28, Palmer 10, West 9, Harper 12, Sanders 4, Davis 5, Jones 2, Malohi 3.

Halftime—Kentucky St. 36-27.

milligan 79, union 63

MILLIGAN (13-5, 6-0 AAC) — Freeman 4, Good 20, Hill 22, Hardiman 3, Kelly 14, Jones 4, Weddle 10, Cox 2.

UNION (11-5, 2-4) — Waters 17, Taylor 6, L.Perkins 6, Roberts 4, H.Perkins 15, Clontz 7, Thomas 3, Hill 2, Nash 3.

Halftime—Milligan 40-25.

quincy 65, ky. wesleyan 58

KY. WESLEYAN (6-4, 2-1 GLVC) — phelps 5, Ko.Rhoads 11, Goffinet 11, Barton 9, Tyra 6, Ogle 8, Gambill 3, Mitchell 5.

QUINCY (5-6, 3-0) — Buresh 10, Weedman 8, Cunningham 16, Loggins 3, Cramsey 21, Beebe 5, Mennemeyer 2.

Halftime—Quincy 39-37.

st. catharine 80,shawnee st. 78 (OT)

SHAWNEE ST. (14-4) — Phl 13, Sheets 16, Sampson 28, Abbady 10, Smith 8, Feuchter 3.

ST. CATHARINE (10-4) — Howard 14, Ruiz-Lopez 13, Moore 2, Hofstraat 8, Calhoun 9, Sandlin 9, Griffin 19, Poirier 6.

Halftime—St. Catharine 47-37. End of regulation—74-74.

friday's games

STATE—Ky. Christian vs. Trinity-Washington at Valley Forge, 2 p.m.; Point Park at Berea, 6 p.m.; Carlow at Midway, 7 p.m.

TOP 25—Washington St. at No. 14 UCLA, 11 p.m.

Football

nfl

playoff scores, schedule

(All times p.m.; with broadcast network in brackets)

Wild-card

Saturday, Jan. 5

Houston 19 Cincinnati 13

Green Bay 24 Minnesota 10

Sunday, Jan. 6

Baltimore 24 Indianapolis 9

Seattle 24 Washington 14

Divisional

Saturday's games

Baltimore at Denver, 4:30 [CBS-27]

Green Bay at San Francisco, 8 [Fox-56]

Sunday's games

Seattle at Atlanta, 1 [Fox-56]

Houston at New England, 4:30 [CBS-27]Conference Championships

Sunday, Jan. 20

NFC winners, 3 [Fox-56)]

AFC winners, 6 [CBS-27]

Super Bowl

Sunday, Feb. 3 at New Orleans

AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 6 [CBS-27]

playoff games capsules

GREEN BAY (12-5) atSAN FRANCISCO (11-4-1)

Opening line — 49ers by 3; Record vs. spread — Green Bay 10-7, San Francisco 9-7; Series record — Packers lead 34-27-1; Last meeting — 49ers beat Packers, 30-22, Sept. 9; Last week — Packers beat Vikings 24-10; 49ers had bye; Packers offense — 13th overall (20th rush, 9th pass); Packers defense — 11th overall (17th rush, 11th pass); 49ers offense — 11th overall (4th rush, 23rd pass); 49ers defense — 3rd overall (4th rush, 4th pass)

Streaks, stats and notes — Green Bay ranks No. 3 in league history with 30 postseason wins, while San Francisco ranks No. 4 with 26 playoff victories. ... Teams last played in divisional playoffs in 1996, with Green Bay winning 35-14. ... Packers have won four of five previous meetings against 49ers in playoffs, including two of three at Candlestick Park. Overall, Green Bay has won 13 of its last 15 games against 49ers, but dropped season opener at Lambeau Field 30-22. ... Franchises last met in postseason in wild-card game after 2001 season at Lambeau Field, 25-15 Green Bay win. ... Playoff meeting in the 2001 season was last time teams played where each had 11-plus wins — both with 12-4 records. ...Teams played each postseason from 1995-98. ... This marks sixth time these teams meet in postseason, tied for second most by Packers against one opponent and behind seven playoff matchups with Giants. ... Green Bay owns three-game road playoff winning streak dating to 2010 title run and is 3-1 on road in playoffs under coach Mike McCarthy. ... Packers are only NFC team to reach divisional playoffs each of last three years. ... Green Bay gave up 10 points to Vikings in wild-card game for fewest allowed in playoff game since 10 at San Francisco on Jan. 11, 1998. ... Packers QB and Northern California native Aaron Rodgers passed on by 49ers with No. 1 overall draft pick in 2005 as Alex Smith went first and Rodgers fell to 24. ... Rodgers has 110-plus passer rating in four of his seven career postseason starts. That's tied for fourth in league history behind Joe Montana (six in 23 starts), Brett Favre (five in 24 starts) and Tom Brady (five in 22 starts). ... Rodgers hasn't thrown interception in five straight games, 177 passes. ... Green Bay WR Greg Jennings has 19 receptions for 226 yards and three TDs over last three games. ... Packers have five turnovers in last six games. Meanwhile, they have held opponents to 20 or fewer points in nine of last 11. ... Packers went 4-4 away from home this season. ... 49ers 12-3 at home in divisional playoff games. ... 49ers didn't have three-game winning streak all season. ... San Francisco defense allowed only 36 drives to reach red zone all year, tops in NFL. ... 49ers TE Vernon Davis, having quiet year, has 16 catches for 351 yards and 4 TDs in four career games vs. Green Bay, including one touchdown in each game. ... San Francisco RB Frank Gore ran for 112 yards on 16 carries with a touchdown in season opener at Lambeau. Gore also had 130 yards on 18 carries and a TD against Packers on Dec. 10, 2006. ... WR Randy Moss' 14 touchdowns receiving against Green Bay are most by any player in NFL history vs. Packers. His 1,320 yards receiving against Packers rank No. 2 in league history. ... WR Michael Crabtree's first career touchdown catch came at Green Bay on Nov. 22, 2009 (38-yarder from Alex Smith). ... 49ers LB Aldon Smith went final three games without sack to finish with 191/2 and three shy of Michael Strahan's single-season record set in 2001 with Giants. ... DE/DT Justin Smith expected to play after he missed final two games with partially torn left triceps muscle. ... 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick makes first playoff start. ... San Francisco will use struggling veteran PK David Akers over newcomer Billy Cundiff. While Akers has been inconsistent making just 29 of 42 field goals, Cundiff missed potential tying 32-yarder that might have cost Harbaugh's big brother John's Baltimore Ravens trip to last season's Super Bowl in loss to New England for AFC championship.

HOUSTON (13-4) at NEW ENGLAND (12-4)

Opening line — Patriots by 91/2; Record vs. spread — Houston 10-7; New England 9-7; Series record — Patriots lead 3-1; Last meeting — Patriots beat Texans 42-14, Dec. 10, 2012; Last week — Texans beat Bengals 19-13; Patriots had bye; Texans offense — 7th overall (8th rush, 11 pass); Texans defense — 7th overall (7th rush, 16 pass); Patriots offense — 1st overall (7th rush, 4th pass); Patriots defense — 25th overall (9th rush, 29th pass)

Streaks, stats and notes — Teams meet for first time in playoffs after four regular-season games since Texans entered NFL in 2002. ... Patriots are AFC East champs and earned No. 2 seed by beating Miami 28-0 in regular-season finale after AFC South champion Texans lost to Indianapolis 28-16, dropping Houston to No. 3 seed and costing it a bye. ...Texans and Patriots allowed same number of points, 20.7 per game. Patriots led NFL in scoring with 34.8 average, Texans eighth with 26. ... Houston is in playoffs second straight season after missing them in first nine. ... Texans lost three of last four regular-season games, starting against Patriots when Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes. They barely edged Bengals despite an advantage of 420 to 198 yards and a time of possession of 38:49 compared to 21:11. ... Texans RB Arian Foster's 425 yards are most in first three playoff games by any player in NFL history. His 140 yards in wild-card win over Cincinnati made him only player with at least 100 yards rushing in each of first three playoff games. ... QB Matt Schaub threw for more than 4,000 yards for third time in four seasons. In last five games, starting with loss to New England, he's thrown one touchdown pass and four interceptions. ... Schaub completed 350 passes, Foster ran 351 times. ... WR Andre Johnson led AFC with 1,598 yards receiving on 112 catches, had eight receptions for 95 yards against Patriots. He made four for 62 against Bengals. ... Backup TE Garrett Graham, sidelined in first game against Patriots, should play after making three catches, two for first downs, against Cincinnati. LB Brooks Reed and RT Derek Newton also should play after missing earlier meeting. Both played in wild-card game. ... DE J.J. Watt led NFL with club-record 20 1-2 sacks and is only player with at least 15 sacks and 15 passes defensed in same season. ... Brady needs one win to break tie with Joe Montana for most victories in postseason by a quarterback. It would be Brady's 17th. ... Brady is 6-6 in last 12 playoff games after starting 10-0. ... Coach Bill Belichick's next postseason win also would be his 17th, moving him into third place ahead of Joe Gibbs. Tom Landry has 20 and Don Shula 19. ... Patriots' four losses were by total margin of 11 points. ... TEs Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez, both sidelined for extended stretches, expected to play together for just sixth time this season. Gronkowski has 55 catches in 11 games, Hernandez 51 in 10 with two touchdown catches in win over Texans. ... WR Wes Welker tied for second in NFL with 118 catches, leads league over past six seasons with 672. ... RB Stevan Ridley had career-high 1,263 yards rushing in second season, seventh in league and one spot behind Foster's 1,424. Ridley's 84 first downs second to Foster's 88 in AFC. ... Patriots led NFL with plus-25 turnover differential, Texans seventh in NFL and second in AFC with plus-12. ... DT Vince Wilfork and DE Rob Ninkovich tied for second in NFL with four fumble recoveries. ... DB Devin McCourty tied for seventh in league with five interceptions, including one against Texans in end zone. ... Patriots DE Chandler Jones tied with Texans LB Whitney Mercilus for first among AFC rookies with six sacks.SEATTLE (12-5) at ATLANTA (13-3)

Opening line — Falcons by 3; Record vs. spread — Seattle 12-5; Atlanta 9-6-1; Series record — Seahawks lead 8-5; Last meeting — Falcons beat Seahawks 30-28, Oct. 2, 2011; Last week — Seahawks beat Redskins 24-14; Falcons had bye; Seahawks offense — 17th overall (3rd rush, 27th pass); Seahawks defense — 4th overall (10th rush, 6th pass); Falcons offense — 8th overall (29th rush, 6th pass); Falcons defense — 24th overall (21st rush, 23rd pass)

BALTIMORE (11-6) at DENVER (13-3)

Opening line — Broncos by 9½ ; Record vs. spread — Baltimore 7-10; Broncos 11-5; Series record — Ravens lead 6-4; Last meeting — Broncos beat Ravens 34-17 on Dec. 16, 2012; Last week — Ravens beat Colts 24-9; Broncos had bye; Ravens offense — 16th overall (11th rush, 15th pass); Ravens defense — 17th overall (20th rush, 17th pass); Broncos offense — 4th overall (16th rush, 5th pass); Broncos defense — 2nd overall (3rd rush, 3rd pass)

calendar

Jan. 13 — Assistant coaches under contract to playoff clubs that won wild-card games may be interviewed for head coaching positions through the conclusion of divisional playoff games.

Jan. 15 — Deadline for underclassmen to petition for special eligibility for the 2013 NFL draft.

Jan. 19 — East-West Shrine Game, Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Jan. 20 — AFC and NFC championship games.

Jan. 27 — Pro Bowl, Aloha Stadium, Honolulu; An assistant coach, whose team is in the Super Bowl and who has previously interviewed for another club's head coaching job, may have a second interview with the club no later than the Sunday preceding the Super Bowl.

Golf

professional

pga europe: volvo champions

At Durban, South Africa

6,732-yd., par-72 (36-36)

Durban Country Club

Thongchai Jaidee 31-34—65 -7

Louis Oosthuizen 35-33—68 -4

Ernie Els 33-35—68 -4

Jeev Milkha Singh 36-33—69 -3

Danny Willett 36-33—69 -3

Richie Ramsay 33-36—69 -3

Jamie Donaldson 37-32—69 -3

Paul Lawrie 38-31—69 -3

Scott Jamieson 34-35—69 -3

Thomas Bjorn 32-37—69 -3

Robert Rock 38-32—70 -2

Shane Lowry 35-35—70 -2

Padraig Harrington 36-34—70 -2

Francesco Molinari 35-35—70 -2

Julien Quesne 35-37—72 E

Retief Goosen 36-36—72 E

Michael Hoey 33-39—72 E

Rafa Cabrera-Bello 35-37—72 E

Colin Montgomerie 37-35—72 E

Henrik Stenson 36-36—72 E

Nicolas Colsaerts 36-37—73 +1

Paul Casey 37-37—74 +2

Marcel Siem 38-36—74 +2

Jose Maria Olazabal 38-36—74 +2

Jbe Kruger 39-36—75 +3

Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano

37-38—75 +3

Thorbjorn Olesen 36-39—75 +3

Darren Clarke 38-37—75 +3

Matteo Manassero 39-36—75 +3

Branden Grace 36-39—75 +3

Ricardo Santos 41-35—76 +4

Bernd Wiesberger 38-38—76 +4

Darren Fichardt 34-44—78 +6

Horse racing

thoroughbreds

friday's entries

First post 5:30 p.m.

(Horses listed in post position

order with saddle-cloth number)

1st—$10,000, claiming ($5,000), fillies & mares 4-years-old and up, 1 mile

No. Horse Jockey Wt. Odds

1 Vanna A. Sanchez III 124 10-1

2 Thimbleberry M. Adam 124 12-1

3 LibelandSlndr R. Prescott 124 10-1

4 Misszoey Belle B. Creed 124 6-1

5 Big X's and O's Y. Yaranga 124 8-1

6 Queen Anna N. Arroyo, Jr. 124 2-1

7 SongofDestiny A. Jimenez 124 5-1

8 Top Smoocher A. Tamburello 124 3-1

2nd—$8,000, claiming ($5,000), fillies & mares 4-years-old and up, 1 mile, post 5:59

1 Pinch of Joy R. Hernandez 121 15-1

2 RockSongFive P. Ouzts 121 3-1

3 Black Tulip I. Cruz 114 4-1

4 Atsherrysbar B. Creed 121 4-1

5 ByeByBlckbrd A. Pusac 121 20-1

6 Cali Style R. Prescott 121 15-1

7 OutfthwgnMry R. Rechy 121 30-1

8 NeedtoBelieve A. Jimenez 121 9-2

9 Toomuchhotair L. Martinez, Jr. 121 5-1

10 Zai Jian E. Zuniga 121 10-13rd—$13,000, claiming ($10,000-15,000), 4-year-olds and up, 51/2 furlongs, 6:29

2 Elusive Vidar B. Fayos 121 10-1

3 Cowcutta A. Pusac 121 3-1

4 InMyRearView I. Cruz 114 4-1

5 TenaciousTiger N. Arroyo, Jr. 121 5-2

6 Dehanger A. Castanon 121 15-1

7 ThoroghbrdEd A. De Leon 121 15-1

8 Spy B. Creed 121 20-1

9 Top Pit Boss A. Jimenez 121 3-1

4th—$15,000, claiming ($20,000-30,000), fillies & mares 4-years-old and up, 61/2 furlongs, 6:59

1 NowYou'reMad A. Pusac 119 20-1

2 Atsila B. Fayos 121 8-1

3 AnyGivnChnce A. Jimenez 121 3-1

4 Play Soleil R. Hernandez 121 12-1

5 Ashley's Posse R. Prescott 121 6-5

6 Ribbon Taffy N. Arroyo, Jr. 121 3-1

7 ShsLyingAgain T. Pompell 121 8-1

5th—$10,000, claiming ($5,000), 4-year-olds and up, 1 mile, 7:29

1 Mac Dehere B. Creed 121 4-1

2 Tenmor T. Pompell 121 20-1

3 Fire Angel R. Hernandez 121 8-1

4 PresentsfrBrti R. Prescott 121 10-1

5 Tango Rhthym N. Arroyo, Jr. 121 8-1

6 Candid Image D. Sarvis 121 20-1

7 Our King A. Jimenez 124 6-1

8 Zak Benate L. Martinez, Jr. 121 30-1

9 WaynetheTrain R. Vergara 121 5-1

10 Rip and Roll A. Tamburello 121 9-2

11 Wakes Week I. Cruz 114 8-1

12 ChaseMeFrevr A. Pusac 121 10-1

6th—$24,000, maiden special weight, 4-year-olds and up, 1 mile, 7:59

1 R PeaceofMind A. Tamburello 124 20-1

2 Mucho Mojo A. Canchano 124 20-1

3 Coabey T. Pompell 124 12-1

4 Crafty Macho A. Jimenez 124 5-1

5 Strike Zone B. Creed 124 6-1

6 Stall Jack R. Prescott 124 12-1

7 CCandMonlght R. Hernandez 124 20-1

8 Barn Stormer L. Martinez, Jr. 124 4-1

9 Robert Francis A. Pusac 124 8-1

10 StrongGvrmnt N. Arroyo, Jr. 124 7-5

7th—$10,000, claiming ($5,000), fillies & mares 4-year-olds and up, 51/2 furlongs, 8:29

1 StnningElectra L. Martinez, Jr. 124 4-1

2 AmbtiousThief Y. Yaranga 124 20-1

3 JnnyRediMade I. Cruz 117 7-2

4 KristysShyMss A. Jimenez 124 15-1

5 Go Go Birdie A. De Leon 124 10-1

6 LdiesDrnkFree R. Prescott 124 8-1

7 Sweet Baby Jeepers

N. Arroyo, Jr. 124 8-5

8 Zone A. Tamburello 124 15-1

9 Pedacitos A. Pusac 124 20-1

10 Rupertactofdty P. Ouzts 124 15-1

8th—$24,000, maiden special weight, 3-year-old fillies, 51/2 furlongs, 8:59

1 Ice Cloud T. Pompell 122 20-1

2 Valanis D. Sarvis 122 15-1

3 PssThatBottle M. Straight 122 4-1

4 Liturgy A. Jimenez 122 5-1

5 Go Samui R. Prescott 122 10-1

6 Hard Secret N. Arroyo, Jr. 122 7-2

7 Sedecrem L. Martinez, Jr. 122 5-1

8 Shakitty A. Pusac 122 20-1

9 MrlynMonroan S. Sellers 122 3-1

10 Hot Gates B. Fayos 122 15-1

9th—$26,000, allowance optional claiming ($20,000), fillies & mares 4-years-old and up, 61/2 furlongs, 9:30

1 Kel's Dreamer R. Hernandez 121 8-1

2 True Starlet B. Creed 121 8-1

3 Candy Melody P. Ouzts 121 7-2

4 CmnchePrncs I. Cruz 114 3-1

5 Get Runnin' L. Martinez, Jr. 121 10-1

6 California Gal N. Arroyo, Jr. 121 5-2

7 TheRealMcCoy A. Jimenez 121 6-1

8 WestsdeSinger B. Fayos 121 12-1

10th—$10,000, claiming ($5,000), 4-year-olds and up, 51/2 furlongs, 10:00

1 Espresso Joe A. Jimenez 121 8-1

2 I'm So Lucky R. Rechy 121 6-1

4 Prince Larry A. Pusac 124 5-1

5 Soda Jerk A. De Leon 121 5-1

6 Wewewealldawayhome

M. Adam 121 30-1

7 Devils Lust A. Sanchez III 121 50-1

8 NeedMonyDad N. Arroyo, Jr. 121 10-1

9 Headstart M. Straight 121 4-1

10 Cover Boy L. Martinez, Jr. 121 12-1

11 Dalamar T. Pompell 121 12-1

12 Ridge Dance P. Ouzts 121 9-2

13 Jot Em Down A. Castanon 121 12-1

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Odds

glantz-culver line

NFL Playoffs

DIVISIONAL

Saturday

Favorite Open Thurs. Underdog

at Denver 9½ 9½ Baltimore

at San Francisco 3 3 Green Bay

Sunday

at Atlanta 3 2½ Seattle

at New England 9 9½ Houston

NCAA Basketball

Favorite Line Underdog

Creighton 12½ at Missouri St.

at Loyola of Chicago4½ Wright St.

at Utah St. 9½ San Jose St.

Canisius 7 at Siena

Niagara 1½ at St. Peter's

at Loyola (Md.) 3½ Fairfield

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