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Scoreboard: Jan. 12

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BASEBALL

American League

KANSAS CITY ROYALS —Signed RHP Matt Herges to a minor league contract.

TAMPA BAY RAYS —Signed 1B Dan Johnson to a one-year contract.

TEXAS RANGERS —Agreed to terms with DH Vladimir Guerrero on a one-year contract.

National League

CHICAGO CUBS —Named Greg Maddux assistant to the general manager.

CINCINNATI REDS —Agreed to terms with LHP Aroldis Chapman on a six-year contract.

LOS ANGELES DODGERS —Agreed to terms with OF Jason Repko on a one-year contract.

SAN DIEGO PADRES —Promoted Tim Holt to central regional scouting supervisor, Ash Lawson to northeast regional scouting supervisor and Ilana Miller to coordinator, scouting and player development. Named Justin Baughman, Jeff Curtis, Josh Emmerick, Kevin Ellis, Shane Monahan and Mark Connor area scouts.

Can-Am League

WASHINGTON WILD THINGS —Placed LHP Craig Snipp on the retired list.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

DALLAS MAVERICKS —Acquired F Eduardo Najera from New Jersey for F Kris Humphries and F Shawne Williams.

NEW JERSEY NETS —Waived F Sean Williams.

SACRAMENTO KINGS —Acquired F Hilton Armstrong from New Orleans for a conditional 2016 second-round pick and cash considerations.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ATLANTA FALCONS —Signed DT Dan Klecko to a reserve-future contract.

CLEVELAND BROWNS —Named Tom Heckert general manager. Named Bryan Wiedmeier executive vice president of business operations.

MIAMI DOLPHIS —Fired defensive coordinator Paul Pasqualoni.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS —Signed TE Joe Jon Finley to a reserve-future contract.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS —Named Pete Carroll coach.

COLLEGE

AKRON —Named Mike Cochran football strength and conditioning coach.

ALABAMA —Junior LB Rolando McClain will enter the NFL draft.

ARIZONA —Named Greg Brown co-defensive coordinator.

DEPAUL —Fired men's basketball coach Jerry Wainwright. Named Tracy Webster men's interim basketball coach.

FLORIDA —Junior DE Carlos Dunlap and junior C Maurkice Pouncey will enter the NFL draft.

GEORGIA TECH —Junior DE Derrick Morgan, junior RB Jonathan Dwyer and junior S Morgan Burnett will enter the NFL draft.

MICHIGAN —Agreed to terms with men's basketball coach John Beilein on a contract extension through the 2015-16 season.

OREGON STATE —Agreed to terms with football coach Mike Riley on a three-year contract extension through 2019.

MID-SOUTH CONFERENCE—Named Pikeville freshman G Trevor Setty of Maysville men's basketball Player of the Week. Named Pikeville junior F Natiera Hinton women's basketball Player of the Week.

OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE—Named Eastern Kentucky junior G Talisha Davis women's basketball Player of the Week.

Basketball

nba

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

Boston 26 10 .722 —

Toronto 19 20 .487 8½

New York 15 22 .405 11½

Philadelphia 12 25 .324 14½

New Jersey 3 34 .081 23½

Southeast Division

Orlando 25 12 .676 —

Atlanta 24 13 .649 1

Miami 18 17 .514 6

Charlotte 16 19 .457 8

Washington 12 23 .343 12

Central Division

Cleveland 29 10 .744 —

Chicago 16 20 .444 11½

Milwaukee 15 19 .441 11½

Indiana 12 25 .324 16

Detroit 11 25 .306 16½

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

Dallas 25 12 .676 —

San Antonio 22 13 .629 2

Houston 21 16 .568 4

New Orleans 19 17 .528 5½

Memphis 18 18 .500 6½

Northwest Division

Denver 23 14 .622 —

Portland 23 16 .590 1

Oklahoma City 21 16 .568 2

Utah 20 17 .541 3

Minnesota 8 30 .211 15½

Pacific Division

L.A. Lakers 29 8 .784 —

Phoenix 23 14 .622 6

L.A. Clippers 17 18 .486 11

Sacramento 15 21 .417 13½

Golden State 11 24 .314 17

Monday's games

Philadelphia 96, New Orleans 92

Indiana 105, Toronto 101

Atlanta 102, Boston 96

Oklahoma City 106, New York 88

Chicago 120, Detroit 87

Miami at Utah (n)

Minnesota at Denver (n)

Milwaukee at Phoenix (n)

Cleveland at Golden State (n)

Tuesday's games

Detroit at Washington, 7 p.m.

Houston at Charlotte, 7 p.m.

L.A. Clippers at Memphis, 8 p.m.

L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m.

Orlando at Sacramento, 10 p.m.

college men

monday's scores

OVC

Murray St. 75 E. Illinois 59

STATE

No. 4 Villanova 92 Louisville 84

King 107Union 60

Benedict 77Kentucky St. 71

MURRAY ST. 75, E. ILLINOIS 59

E. ILLINOIS (10-6) — Hollowell 5-7 1-2 11, Marion 1-8 3-4 5, Cisse 3-6 0-2 6, Laser 4-9 4-4 13, Granger 3-12 2-2 10, Wright Jr. 2-5 1-1 6, Martin 0-1 0-0 0, Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Pratl 2-3 0-0 4, McKinney 2-5 0-1 4, Dorlack 0-1 0-0 0, Sanders 0-0 0-0 0, Suljic 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 22-58 11-16 59.

MURRAY ST. (14-3) — Thomas 2-12 1-2 5, Aska 3-7 0-0 6, Easley 3-6 2-2 8, Miles 5-10 7-9 21, Jenkins 3-9 6-6 14, Daniel 0-2 0-0 0, Canaan 2-5 2-2 7, Poole 1-3 0-0 2, McClain 0-2 8-8 8, Wilson 1-1 0-0 2, Long 0-1 2-2 2. Totals 20-58 28-31 75.

Halftime—E. Illinois 28-24. Three-point goals—E. Illinois 4-10 (Granger 2-2, Laser 1-3, Wright Jr. 1-4, Martin 0-1), Murray St. 7-20 (Miles 4-9, Jenkins 2-5, Canaan 1-2, Poole 0-1, Thomas 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—E. Illinois 38 (Cisse 11), Murray St. 42 (Aska, Easley 8). Assists—E. Illinois 13 (Granger 4), Murray St. 13 (Jenkins 5). Total fouls—E. Illinois 18, Murray St. 15. Technical—Easley. A—3,444.

Benedict 77, Kentucky St. 71

BENEDIC (6-4, 5-2 SIAC) — Horton 7, Bell 6, Eberhart 8, Brown 24, Eichelberger 5, Walker 6, Greer 4, Radford 12, Barns 2, Taylor 3.

KENTUCKY St. (2-7, 2-7) — Gay 6, Dawson 12, Somerville 6, Johnson 12, Munroe 16, Charles 5, Marsh 14.

Halftime—Benedict 33-26.

tuesday's games

(All times p.m.)

SECNo. 2 Kentucky at Florida, 9

OVC—SIU-Edwardsville at Kennesaw St., 7:30; Tennessee St. at Iowa, 8

STATE—Brescia at Alice Lloyd, 7; Mid-Continent at Tusculum, 7; So. Polytechnic St. at St. Catharine, 7; Berea at Ind.-Southeast, 8; Cincinnati Christian at Asbury, 8; Ohio Christian at Ky. Christian, 8

SEC—Ohio St. at No. 6 Purdue, 7; Texas A&M at No. 13 Kansas St., 7; No. 22 Baylor at Colorado, 9; N.C. State at No. 25 Florida St., 7

ncaa individual leaders

(Through Jan. 10)

Points Per Game

Name, school, class G FGM 3pt FT Avg.

Coleman, Houstn, Sr 15 132 20 94 25.2

Harangody, NDame, Sr 17 159 17 89 24.9

Parakhous, Radfrd, Sr 14 132 3 71 24.1

Haynes, UT-Arl, Sr 13 97 29 82 23.5

Holmes, Morgan, Sr 16 115 48 97 23.4

Hazell, S.Hall, Jr 15 114 52 69 23.3

Thompson, WashSt, So 16 117 39 95 23.0

Fields, Stan., Sr 15 117 13 84 22.1

Anderson, OklaSt, Jr 15 103 32 91 21.9

Florence, Mercer, Sr 16 109 39 87 21.5

Garcia, Seatle, Jr 17 117 11 120 21.5

Gibson, LaTech, Sr 17 103 36 121 21.4

Others

Scheyer, Duke, Sr 15 88 44 81 20.1

Pondexter, Wash, Sr 15 106 3 78 19.5

Downey, S.Caro, Sr 15 103 25 61 19.5

Clarke, Ark, So 14 85 55 46 19.4

Crawford, Xavier, So 15 105 31 49 19.3

Dyson, UConn, Sr 15 94 18 84 19.3

Randle, Cal, Sr 15 91 39 66 19.1

Rebounds Per Game

G Reb Avg

Parakhous, Radfrd, Sr 14 181 12.9

Faried, Morehd, Jr 16 204 12.8

Saunders, Duqsne, Jr 16 204 12.8

Thompson, Morgan, So 16 200 12.5

Aminu, WF, So 14 162 11.6

Pope, S.Hall, So 15 173 11.5

Emerson, Mercer, Sr 16 184 11.5

Udoh, Baylor, Jr 14 158 11.3

James, Texas, Sr 15 165 11.0

Varnado, MissSt, Sr 16 175 10.9

Samhan, StMary, Sr 17 185 10.9

Others

Aldrich, Kansas Jr 15 158 10.5

Davis, UNC So 16 164 10.3

Harangody, NDame Sr 17 162 9.5

Mitchell, LSU Sr 15 142 9.5

Cousins, Ky Fr 16 151 9.4

Warren, LSU So 15 140 9.3

Free-throw percentage

G Md Att Pct

Sims, App.St, Jr 15 70 73 .959

Hannah, WichSt, Sr 14 42 44 .955

Brown, Texas, Fr 14 37 39 .949

Freeman, G'town, Jr 14 36 38 .947

Gibbs, Pitt., So 15 59 63 .937

Randle, Cal, Sr 15 66 71 .930

Fredette, BYU, Jr 15 89 96 .927

Gibson, UTSA, Jr 14 63 68 .926

Dellavedo, StMary, Fr 17 45 49 .918

Quayle, UtahSt, Sr 16 45 49 .918

Others

Wise, Ariz, Sr 16 74 81 .914

Hummel, Purdue, Jr 15 61 67 .910

Scheyer, Duke, Sr 15 81 89 .910

Glasser, ArizSt, Sr 17 58 65 .892

Torrance, Ala, Sr 15 65 74 .878

Sullivan, Auburn, So 16 46 53 .868

field goal percentage

G Md Att Pct

Pittman, Texas, Sr 15 85 116 .733

Cain, SDak, Sr 15 92 139 .662

Parakhous, Radfrd, Sr 14 132 209 .632

Davis, UNC, So 16 89 141 .631

Patterson, Ky, Jr 16 110 175 .629

White, SDSt, Jr 14 70 112 .625

Nicholson, StBona, So 15 95 153 .621

Jones, W.Va, So 14 90 145 .621

Nwankwo, Towson, Jr 12 61 100 .610

Wright, Harvrd, So 15 75 124 .605Others

Harris, Gonzga, Fr 15 75 129 .581

Lawal, GaTech, Jr 15 79 137 .577

Boykin, Cal, Sr 15 75 132 .568

Johnson, Syr., Jr 16 104 184 .565

Smith, N.C.St, Jr 15 104 187 .556

Green, Ala, So 15 91 164 .555

Pondexter, Wash., Sr 15 106 192 .552

Abromaiti, NDame, Jr 17 89 163 .546

Johnson, Purdue, Jr 15 76 140 .543

Assists Per Game

G Ast Avg

Moore, Siena, Sr 16 137 8.6

Wall, Ky, Fr 15 107 7.1

Teel, LMU, Jr 17 109 6.4

Taylor, Fla.At, Fr 16 102 6.4

Young, E.Caro, Jr 16 102 6.4

McConnell, StMary, Jr 17 108 6.4

Drew II, UNC, So 16 101 6.3

Moss, TCU, So 16 100 6.3

Scheyer, Duke, Sr 15 93 6.2

Walker, UConn, So 15 92 6.1

Vasquez, Md., Sr 14 85 6.1

Wade, Houstn, So 15 91 6.1

McCamey, Ill., Jr 16 95 5.9

Campbell, Portld, Sr 15 89 5.9

Smith, WF, Sr 14 82 5.9

Others

Shingles, Morehd, Sr 16 89 5.6

Mann, Stan., So 15 83 5.5

Roberson, TxTech, Jr 15 82 5.5

Bost, MissSt, So 16 87 5.4

Dyson, UConn, Sr 15 81 5.4

Rautins, Syr., Sr 16 85 5.3

Jackson, NDame, Sr 17 90 5.3

Harvey, S.Hall, Sr 15 79 5.3

Hansbroug, NDame, Sr 17 89 5.2

Torrance, Ala, Sr 15 77 5.1

Jardine, Syr., Jr 16 82 5.1

Three-point FG Percentage

G Md Att Pct

Agho, Clmbia, So 13 36 61 .590

Hoffarber, Minn, Jr 16 49 94 .521

Davis, TnTech, Sr 16 50 97 .515

Abromaiti, NDame, Jr 17 46 91 .505

Clarke, Ark, So 14 55 110 .500

Weems, Mo.St., So 16 40 80 .500

Johnson, MissSt, Jr 16 50 102 .490

Sparks, VMI, So 13 44 90 .489

Jones, PortSt, Jr 16 45 93 .484

Mower, Lafytt, So 16 42 88 .477

Others

Dulkys, Fla.St, So 16 43 94 .457

Diebler, OhioSt, Jr 16 54 119 .454

Roll, UCLA, Sr 16 40 91 .440

Green, Stan., So 15 46 106 .434

Randle, Cal, Sr 15 39 94 .415

NAIA division I poll

With first-place votes in parentheses:

W - L Pts Pvs

1. Mountain St. (9) 18-0 310 1

2. Concordia (2) 15-0 300 2

3. Okla. Baptist (1) 15-0 296 3

4. Biola 15-0 281 5

5. LSU-Shreveport 13-1 273 6

6. Pikeville 12 - 1 255 8

7. Fresno Pacific 13-2 245 7

8. So. Poly. St. 11-1 233 11

9. So. Nazarene 11-4 232 14

10. Westminster 12-4 218 12

11. Okla. Christian 15-1 212 4

12. McKendree 13-5 192 14

13. Georgetown 12 - 3 180 18

14. Trevecca Naz. 10-4 174 13

15. Tougaloo 10-1 169 20

16. Cent. Methodist 11-4 163 —

17. Texas Wesleyan 10-4 155 14

18. Union (Tenn.) 10-5 125 19

19. Cumberlands 11 - 4 115 9

20. Olivet Nazarene 10-6 114 —

21. Campbellsville 12 - 4 96 —

22. (tie) Lee 12-5 91 —

22. (tie) Westmont 11-3 91 22

24. Life 11-7 89 25

25. Mont. Western 13-5 82 —

college women

monday's scores

STATE

Kentucky St. 65 Benedict 60

Campbellsville 99 Midway 52

TOP 25

No. 21 Georgia Tech 72 Clemson 58

Maryland 61No. 23 Virginia 60

kentucky st. 65, benedict 60

BENEDICT (8-4, 5-2 SIAC) — Williams 3, Jones 12, Jackson 6, Barnes 5, Holmes 12, Rogers 10, Ross 2, Autry 6, Passante 4.

KENTUCKY ST. (6-5, 6-3) — Morgan 5, Watkins 2, McCombs 2, Vaughn 18, Harper 5, DuBose 5, Nelson 11, Smith 17.

Halftime—Kentucky St. 31-27.

tuesday's games

(All times p.m.)

State—Berea at Ind.-Southeast, 6; Cincinnati Christian at Asbury, 6; Ohio Christian at Ky. Christian, 6; St. Catharine at Ohio Dominican, 6

Top 25—South Florida at No. 3 Notre Dame, 7; No. 19 at No. 11 Nebraska, 8:05; No. 15 Oklahoma St. at Kansas, noon; Villanova at No. 18 West Virginia, 7; Providence at No. 24 Georgetown, 7AP poll

The Associated Press' women's college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 10, total points (based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote), and previous ranking:

W - L Pts Pvs

1. Connecticut (40) 15-0 1,000 1

2. Stanford 13-1 947 2

3. Notre Dame 14-0 923 3

4. Tennessee 14-1 883 4

5. Ohio St. 17-1 802 6

6. Georgia 16-0 779 8

7. Duke 14-2 752 9

8. Texas A&M 13-1 723 10

9. Baylor 13-2 684 5

10. North Carolina 13-2 639 7

11. Nebraska 14-0 612 12

12. Louisiana St. 13-2 527 11

13. Oklahoma 11-3 504 14

14. Xavier 11-3 453 16

15. Oklahoma St. 13-2 385 23

16. Florida St. 14-3 380 13

17. Wis.-Green Bay 15-0 369 18

18. West Virginia 15-1 341 22

19. Texas 11-4 306 15

20. Michigan St. 11-5 172 19

21. Georgia Tech 13-3 169 20

22. TCU 12-3 140 25

23. Virginia 11-4 126 21

24. Georgetown 13-2 97 —

25. Miami 13-2 75 —

Others receiving votes: Vanderbilt 73, Kentucky 35, Vermont 24, Syracuse 18, Kansas 13, Iowa St. 12, Gonzaga 6, James Madison 5, DePaul 4, East Carolina 4, Maryland 4, Rutgers 4, Oregon 3, Wisconsin 3, Arizona St. 2, Dayton 1, San Diego St. 1.

NCAA Individual Leaders

(Through Jan. 10)

Points Per Game

Name, School, Yr. G FGM 3FG FT PPG

Evans, JMU, Jr 13 110 53 76 26.8

Luper, ORobt, Fr 14 131 24 74 25.7

Riley, OklaSt, Sr 15 123 32 96 24.9

Delle Don, Dela, Fr 12 101 25 69 24.7

Herbert, CtrArk, Fr 14 116 11 92 23.9

Clark, MidTen, Sr 12 102 4 77 23.8

Reed, Ark-LR, Jr 16 157 0 61 23.4

Williams, MiaFla, So 15 120 49 47 22.4

Marginean, Drexel, Sr 14 110 17 76 22.4

Lavender, OhioSt, Jr 18 157 2 80 22.0

Thomas, Miss., Sr 16 115 57 60 21.7

Others

Dunlap, Ky, Jr 14 96 0 62 18.1

Rebounds Per Game

G Reb Avg

Lomax, Clmbia, Jr 13 182 14.0

Herbert, CtrArk, Fr 14 190 13.6

Love, S.Miss, Sr 15 188 12.5

Ibekwe, Ariz, Jr 14 169 12.1

Neptune, SIU, Sr 13 151 11.6

Geehan, Fairfd, Sr 15 174 11.6

Clark, MidTen, Sr 12 139 11.6

Cole, Pitt., Jr 15 173 11.5

Evans, E.Tenn, Sr 12 138 11.5

Brown, Bufalo, Jr 15 172 11.5

Smith, Ill., Sr 15 171 11.4

Maggert, BallSt, Jr 14 157 11.2

Brown, Yngtwn, Fr 15 164 10.9

Dowdell, LaTech, Sr 13 142 10.9

Swords, BC, Jr 16 174 10.9

Others

Brown, W.Ky, Sr 15 155 10.3

Dunlap, Ky, Jr 14 130 9.3

Steals Per Game

G Stl Avg.

Luper, ORobt, Fr 14 64 4.6

Dunlap, Ky, Jr 14 57 4.1

Williams, CSBake, Sr 16 65 4.1

Wright, Va., Sr 15 60 4.0

Vanderslo, Gonzga, Jr 16 63 3.9

Bickham, NichSt, Jr 12 45 3.8

Simpson, Ill., Sr 15 54 3.6

Bey, SIUEdw, Sr 17 60 3.5

Brown, Mo., Jr 14 49 3.5

Ford, Mercer, Sr 15 51 3.4

Others

Mathies, Ky, Fr 15 42 2.8

middle school girls

At Beaumont

A: Beaumont 46, Bryan Station 36

B: Bryan Station 39, Beaumont 32

At Edythe J. Hayes

A: EJ Hayes 33, Tates Creek 24

B: EJ Hayes 23, Tates Creek 18

At Jessie Clark

A: Jessie Clark 39, Southern 23

B: Southern 20, Jessie Clark 17

At Leestown

A: Morton 30, Leestown 24

B: Morton 26, Leestown 8

Football

nfl

playoff results/schedule

Wild-card Playoffs

Saturday, Jan. 9

N.Y. Jets 24 Cincinnati 14

Dallas 34 Philadelphia 14

Sunday's games

Baltimore 33 New England 14

Arizona 51 Green Bay 45 (OT)

Divisional playoffs

Saturday's games

Arizona at New Orleans, 4:30 p.m. (Fox-56)

N.Y. Jets at Indianapolis, 8:15 p.m. (CBS-27)

Sunday, Jan. 17

Dallas at Minnesota, 1 p.m. (Fox-56)

Baltimore at San Diego, 4:40 p.m. (CBS-27)

Conference Championships

Sunday, Jan. 24

AFC, 3 p.m. (CBS-27)

NFC, 6:40 p.m. (Fox-56)

Super Bowl

Sunday, Feb. 7

At Miami

NFC champion vs. AFC champion, 6:25 p.m. (CBS-27)

Hockey

nhl

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

New Jersey 31 11 1 63 124 90

Pittsburgh 28 18 1 57 149 130

N.Y. Rangers 22 17 6 50 120 122

Philadelphia 22 19 3 47 134 125

N.Y. Islanders 19 19 8 46 118 144

Northeast Division

Buffalo 28 11 5 61 123 102

Boston 22 15 7 51 114 107

Ottawa 22 20 4 48 126 141

Montreal 22 21 4 48 119 126

Toronto 15 22 9 39 123 160

Southeast Division

Washington 27 11 6 60 162 121

Atlanta 19 19 6 44 137 149

Tampa Bay 17 17 10 44 107 130

Florida 18 20 7 43 128 140

Carolina 13 24 7 33 110 152

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Central Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Chicago 31 11 4 66 152 102

Nashville 26 16 3 55 128 127

Detroit 23 15 6 52 115 110

Columbus 18 20 9 45 124 154

St. Louis 18 19 7 43 115 130

Northwest Division

Calgary 26 14 5 57 123 108

Vancouver 27 16 2 56 145 109

Colorado 25 15 6 56 135 132

Minnesota 23 20 3 49 126 137

Edmonton 16 23 5 37 121 147

Pacific Division

San Jose 28 10 7 63 147 117

Phoenix 26 15 5 57 120 112

Los Angeles 25 17 3 53 134 128

Dallas 19 15 11 49 128 141

Anaheim 20 19 7 47 129 143

NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss.

Monday's games

Minnesota 4, Pittsburgh 3

Colorado at Calgary (n)

Nashville at Vancouver (n)

San Jose at Los Angeles (n)

Tuesday's games

Carolina at Toronto, 7 p.m.

Detroit at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m.

New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.

Dallas at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.

Ottawa at Atlanta, 7 p.m.

Washington at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.

Columbus at St. Louis, 8 p.m.

Nashville at Edmonton, 9 p.m.

San Jose at Phoenix, 9 p.m.

Odds

glantz-culver line

NFL playoffs

Saturday

Favorite Open Mon. Underdog

at New Orleans 6½ 7 Arizona

at Indianapolis 6½ 6½ Baltimore

Sunday

at Minnesota 3 2½ Dallas

at San Diego 9 8 N.Y. Jets

NCAA basketball

Favorite Line Underdog

at Kansas St. 10 Texas A &M

at Florida St. 8½ N.C. State

at Miami (Ohio) 1 Kent St.

at Purdue 11½ Ohio St.

Va. Commonwealth 1 at Hofstra

at TCU 5½ Wyoming

Missouri St. 4 at Drake

at Wake Forest 4 Maryland

Baylor 3 at Colorado

at Illinois 10½ Penn St.

at N. Iowa 13 Bradley

Kentucky 2 at Florida

at Iowa 11½ Tennessee St.

NBA

Favorite Line Underdog

at Washington 4 Detroit

at Charlotte 3½ Houston

at Memphis 4½ L.A. Clippers

at San Antonio 4 L.A. Lakers

Orlando 4 at Sacramento

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