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Scoreboard: Jan. 12

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BASEBALL

American League

LOS ANGELES ANGELS—Agreed to terms with INF Alberto Callaspo on a one-year contract.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Assigned LHP Wilfredo Ledezma outright to Las Vegas (PCL).

National League

COLORADO ROCKIES—Agreed to terms with OF Carlos Gonzalez on a seven-year contract.

SAN DIEGO PADRES—RHP Trevor Hoffman announced his retirement and will take a front office job with the club.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Named Rich Bisaccia special teams coach.

COLLEGE

BOSTON COLLEGE—Announced the retirement of offensive coordinator Gary Tranquill.

ILLINOIS—Announced RB Mikel Leshoure will enter the NFL draft.

MIAMI—Named George McDonald wide receivers coach.

MICHIGAN—Named Brady Hoke football coach.

Basketball

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EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

Boston 28 9 .757 —

New York 21 15 .583 6½

Philadelphia 15 23 .395 13½

Toronto 13 24 .351 15

New Jersey 10 27 .270 18

Southeast Division

Miami 30 9 .769 —

Orlando 25 12 .676 4

Atlanta 25 14 .641 5

Charlotte 14 21 .400 14

Washington 10 26 .278 18½

Central Division

Chicago 25 12 .676 —

Indiana 15 20 .429 9

Milwaukee 14 21 .400 10

Detroit 12 25 .324 13

Cleveland 8 29 .216 17

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

San Antonio 31 6 .838 —

Dallas 26 10 .722 4½

New Orleans 22 16 .579 9½

Houston 17 21 .447 14½

Memphis 17 21 .447 14½

Northwest Division

Oklahoma City 25 13 .658 —

Utah 25 13 .658 —

Denver 20 16 .556 4

Portland 20 18 .526 5

Minnesota 9 29 .237 16

Pacific Division

L.A. Lakers 27 11 .711 —

Phoenix 15 20 .429 10½

Golden State 15 22 .405 11½

L.A. Clippers 12 24 .333 14

Sacramento 8 27 .229 17½

Monday's games

Charlotte 96, Memphis 82

Houston 108, Boston 102

Chicago 95, Detroit 82

Tuesday's games

Indiana 111, Philadelphia 103

Washington 136, Sacramento 133 (OT)

Milwaukee at Atlanta, ppd.

San Antonio at Minnesota (n)

Phoenix at Denver (n)

New York at Portland (n)

Cleveland at L.A. Lakers (n)

Wednesday's games

Chicago at Charlotte, 7 p.m.

Dallas at Indiana, 7 p.m.

Atlanta at Toronto, 7 p.m.

Sacramento at Boston, 7:30 p.m.

Memphis at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.

San Antonio at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.

Orlando at New Orleans, 8 p.m.

Oklahoma City at Houston, 8:30 p.m.

New Jersey at Phoenix, 9 p.m.

New York at Utah, 9 p.m.

L.A. Lakers at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

Miami at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.

Thursday's games

Washington at Minnesota, 8 p.m.

Orlando at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m.

Miami at Denver, 10:30 p.m.

college men

tuesday's games

SEC

No. 13 Kentucky 78 Auburn 54

Florida Tennessee (n)

STATE

Indiana-East 107 Asbury 83

TOP 25

No. 10 Connecticut 67 Rutgers 53

No. 11 BYU 104 Utah 79

No. 12 Texas 83 Texas Tech 52

Penn St. 57No. 16 Illinois 55

Michigan St. 64No. 20 Wisconsin 61 (OT)

No. 10 CONNECTICUT 67RUTGERS 53

RUTGERS (10-6) — Miller 2-8 1-2 5, J. Mitchell 2-12 0-0 4, Biruta 1-5 4-4 6, Beatty 3-9 1-2 9, Coburn 1-3 0-0 2, Lumpkins 2-3 0-0 5, Rigoglioso 1-1 0-0 2, Johnson 4-5 1-1 9, Kuhn 0-1 0-0 0, Poole 4-11 3-5 11, F. Mitchell 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-58 10-14 53.

CONNECTICUT (13-2) — Giffey 1-4 0-0 2, Olander 0-1 0-0 0, Smith 3-7 1-3 8, Oriakhi 7-11 3-5 17, Walker 7-15 2-2 18, Beverly 2-4 2-2 7, Lamb 1-3 0-0 2, Coombs-McDaniel 3-8 1-2 9, Napier 2-4 0-0 4, Okwandu 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 26-57 9-14 67.

Halftime—Connecticut 32-27. Three-point goals—Rutgers 3-17 (Beatty 2-8, Lumpkins 1-2, Kuhn 0-1, Coburn 0-1, Miller 0-2, J. Mitchell 0-3), Connecticut 6-20 (Coombs-McDaniel 2-5, Walker 2-6, Beverly 1-1, Smith 1-5, Giffey 0-1, Napier 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Rutgers 37 (Poole 10), Connecticut 37 (Oriakhi 12). Assists—Rutgers 8 (Coburn, Miller 2), Connecticut 14 (Napier 7). Total fouls—Rutgers 16, Connecticut 14. A—12,527.

indiana-east 107, asbury 83

INDIANA-EAST (12-7) — Gill 6, Burris 18, Trimnell 24, Rigby 17, Sanders 12, Weathers 8, Enriquez 5, Banet 5, Niehoff 8, Cook 4.

ASBURY (9-6) — Crawford 10, Jones 14, Morrison 17, Delph 17, MOrris 6, Flannery 16, Hurtle 3.

Halftime—Indiana-East 54-32.

MICHIGAN ST. 64No. 20 WISCONSIN 61 (OT)

WISCONSIN (12-4) — Taylor 8-20 3-4 21, Jarmusz 0-2 2-2 2, Leuer 3-9 3-3 10, Wilson 1-8 2-2 4, Nankivil 6-8 0-0 17, Smith 0-1 0-0 0, Evans 0-0 0-0 0, Gasser 2-2 1-1 5, Bruesewitz 1-4 0-0 2, Berggren 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 21-55 11-12 61.

MICHIGAN ST. (11-5) — Lucas 4-17 9-12 17, Roe 2-2 0-2 4, Appling 2-3 0-0 5, Summers 1-6 1-2 3, Green 8-17 7-9 26, Payne 2-3 0-0 4, Thornton 1-1 0-0 2, Kebler 0-0 0-0 0, Nix 0-0 0-0 0, Lucious 1-3 0-0 3, Sherman 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 21-53 17-25 64.

Halftime—Wisconsin 23-20. End of regulation—Tied at 53. Three-point goals—Wisconsin 8-20 (Nankivil 5-6, Taylor 2-5, Leuer 1-2, Wilson 0-2, Jarmusz 0-2, Bruesewitz 0-3), Michigan St. 5-16 (Green 3-5, Appling 1-1, Lucious 1-2, Lucas 0-3, Summers 0-5). Fouled out—Nankivil. Rebounds—Wisconsin 30 (Leuer, Taylor 7), Michigan St. 39 (Green 9). Assists—Wisconsin 12 (Gasser, Taylor, Wilson 3), Michigan St. 15 (Lucas 6). Total fouls—Wisconsin 20, Michigan St. 16. A—14,797.

wednesday's games

(All times p.m.)

SEC—Arkansas at Louisiana St., 8; No. 24 Georgia at Vanderbilt, 8; South Carolina at Auburn, 9

STATENo. 18 Louisville at No. 4 Villanova, 7; Union at Bluefield, 7:30; Eureka at Spalding, 8TOP 25No. 1 Duke at Florida St., 9; No. 2 Ohio St. at Michigan, 6:30; No. 3 Kansas at Iowa St., 9; No. 4 Syracuse at St. John's, 7; No. 5 Pittsburgh at No. 22 Georgetown, 7; UNLV at No. 6 San Diego St., 10; Oklahoma St. at No. 14 Texas A&M, 8; Nebraska at No. 15 Missouri, 7; St. Bonaventure at No. 19 Temple, 7:30; Colorado at No. 21 Kansas St., 9; South Florida at No. 25 Cincinnati, 7

naia poll

With first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sunday, total points, previous ranking:

W-L Pts Pvs

1. LSU-Shreveport (11)13-0 312 2

2. Robert Morris 13-1 295 1

3. Concordia (1) 14-2 280 5

4. Lindenwood 14-1 269 14

5. Mountain St. 12-2 264 8

6. Martin Methodist 13-0 261 11

7. Texas Wesleyan 13-1 259 11

8. St. Catharine 11 - 2 249 15

9. Azusa Pacific 14-2 234 10

10. Okla. Baptist 12-3 230 7

11. Georgetown 15 - 2 206 3

12. Westminster 13-3 197 6

13. Xavier (La.) 14-2 194 9

14. So. Nazarene 12-3 180 12

15. Shorter 13-2 167 13

16. Biola 15-1 164 18

17. Union (Tenn.) 12-4 143 16

18. Park 10-4 132 19

19. William Jewell 13-2 131 17

20. Emmanuel 16-1 120 24

21. Lewis-Clark St. 12-3 102 —

22. Lindsey Wilson 13 - 3 98 —

23. Tougaloo 12-3 81 —

24. NW Okla. St. 11-5 74 —

25. Lee (Tenn.) 12-4 69 —

Others receiving votes: Southern Polytechnic St. 53, St. Francis (Ill.) 47, John Brown 32, Montana St.-Northern 28, McKendree 24, Freed-Hardeman 19, Pikeville 13, Columbia (Mo.) 11, Evangel 9, Pt. Loma 7, Life 5, St. Xavier 4, William Carey 3, Texas College 1, Benedictine 1, Bethel (Tenn.) 1, Fresno Pacific 1, Lubbock Christian 1.

college women

tuesday's games

STATE

Midway 75 Asbury 67

TOP 25

Marquette 69No. 6 West Virginia 54

No. 17 Iowa St. 64 Nebraska 43

South FloridaNo. 14 DePaul (n)

Rutgers 78No. 25 Syracuse 67

MARQUETTE 69No. 6 WEST VIRGINIA 54

WEST VIRGINIA (16-1) — Campbell 1-4 0-0 2, Ali 6-12 2-3 14, Bussie 1-4 1-3 3, Miles 1-5 4-6 6, Repella 5-14 2-2 15, Palmer 0-0 0-0 0, Hampton 0-3 0-0 0, House 3-5 0-0 6, Harlee 0-2 0-0 0, Dunning 3-6 2-2 8. Totals 20-55 11-16 54.

MARQUETTE (14-3) — Plouffe 1-4 2-4 4, Fiedorowicz 2-3 6-6 10, Simmons 7-12 0-0 14, McMorris 3-12 4-4 12, Robinson 3-9 11-12 18, Collins 2-9 4-5 8, Weibel 1-2 0-0 3, Young 0-0 0-0 0, Minix 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 19-52 27-31 69.

Halftime—West Virginia 35-31. Three-point goals—West Virginia 3-14 (Repella 3-8, Miles 0-1, Harlee 0-1, Hampton 0-2, House 0-2), Marquette 4-13 (McMorris 2-8, Robinson 1-2, Weibel 1-2, Minix 0-1). Fouled out—Ali, Miles. Rebounds—West Virginia 35 (Bussie 8), Marquette 37 (Plouffe, Robinson 8). Assists—West Virginia 14 (Miles 7), Marquette 17 (Robinson 6). Total fouls—West Virginia 21, Marquette 15. A—1,132.

midway 75, asbury 67

ASBURY — Griffith 17, Figgins 1, Williams 3, Gray 4, Carroll 19, Bargo 2, Hollon 3, Downs 9, Figgins 6, Sizemore 3.

MIDWAY — Shull 6, Wilkerson 2, Rose 10, Odom 20, Hicks 8, Cherry 7, Mayes 2, Henry 8, Napier 12.

Halftime—Midway 35-26.

wednesday's games

(All times p.m.)

STATE—Bethany at Thomas More, 5:30; Mt. St. Joseph at Transylvania, 5:30; Union at Bluefield, 5:30; Eureka at Spalding, 6; Louisville at No. 12 Notre Dame, 7; Western Ky. at South Alabama, 7

TOP 25No. 1 Baylor at Texas, 8; No. 2 Connecticut at St. John's, 9:30; No. 7 Texas A&M at Oklahoma St., 8; No. 8 Xavier at St. Joseph's, noon; Kansas St. at No. 15 Oklahoma, 8; Loyola-Chicago at No. 23 Wisc.-Green Bay, 8

USA Today/ESPN Poll

The USA Today-ESPN 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. Baylor (20) 14-1 761 1

2. Connecticut (9) 14-1 746 2

3. Duke (2) 15-0 712 3

4. Stanford 12-2 681 4

5. Texas A&M 13-1 642 5

6. Tennessee 15-2 624 6

7. West Virginia 16-0 604 7

8. Xavier 12-2 546 9

9. UCLA 13-1 523 11

10. Michigan St. 15-1 462 13

11. North Carolina 15-1 451 8

12. Notre Dame 13-4 431 12

13. Maryland 13-2 345 15

14. Oklahoma 11-3 307 17

15. Florida St. 14-3 305 19

16. Iowa St. 12-3 274 16

17. Georgetown 13-4 254 14

18. Wisc.-Green Bay 15-1 244 20

19. Kentucky 11 - 4 236 10

20. Iowa 14-3 226 22

21. DePaul 15-2 202 23

22. St. John's 12-4 109 18

23. Arkansas 14-1 100 —

24. Ohio St. 10-5 55 21

25. Miami 16-1 48 —

Others receiving votes: Bowling Green 34, Texas Tech 30, Texas 22, Syracuse 20, Florida Gulf Coast 16, Marist 13, Oklahoma St. 13, Boston College 11, Georgia Tech 7, Marquette 7, Michigan 7, Duquesne 3, Kansas 2, Louisville 1, Tulane 1.naia polls

With first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sunday, total points, previous ranking:

DIVISION I

W-L Pts Pvs

1. Union (Tenn.) 15-0 312 1

2. Oklahoma City 13-0 302 2

3. Campbellsville 12 - 2 289 3

4. Lewis-Clark St. 16-1 285 3

5. Freed-Hardeman 13-3 272 6

6. California Baptist 12-4 258 17

7. Biola 12-3 245 7

8. Azusa Pacific 12-4 224 8

9. Lee (Tenn.) 10-3 219 12

10. Bethel (Tenn.) 11-3 218 10

11. St. Xavier (Ill.) 10-5 209 5

12. Vanguard 8-4 201 9

13. Lindsey Wilson 12 - 3 196 19

14. William Woods 15-1 188 13

15. Westminster 14-4 185 11

16. Cumberlands 11 - 6 148 18

17. (tie) So. Poly. St. 11-2 142 14

17. (tie) Xavier (La.) 14-4 142 15

19. John Brown 13-3 136 22

20. So. Nazarene 12-3 116 16

21. Langston 10-4 111 20

22. Carroll 14-3 89 24

23. Master's 12-3 88 —

24. Olivet Nazarene 12-4 80 25

25. Columbia (Mo.) 11-5 73 —

Others receiving votes: Shorter 59, Lubbock Christian 38, Westmont 32, Southern at New Orleans 26, Lyon 16, Montana Tech 14, William Jewell 14, SW Assemblies of God 6, Loyola (La.) 4, Robert Morris 3, Indiana-South Bend 1, Evangel 1, Avila 1, Martin Methodist 1, Shawnee St. 1, Voorhees 1, Mobile 1, Rio Grande 1, Rogers St. 1.

DIVISION II

W-L Pts Pvs

1. Davenport (15) 19-0 405 2

2. Northwestern 17-1 392 1

3. Morningside 15-2 375 3

4. Sioux Falls 16-1 358 4

5. Kansas Wesleyan 17-0 355 6

6. Indiana Wesleyan 16-2 344 —

7. Black Hills St. 13-3 325 7

8. St. Francis (Ind.) 15-4 304 —

9. Cedarville 13-3 303 11

10. St. Ambrose 14-2 278 9

11. Ozarks 11-4 276 8

12. Daemen 15-3 267 14

13. Iowa Wesleyan 12-4 239 12

14. (tie) Sterling 13-3 235 10

14. (tie) Cornerstone 14-4 235 5

16. Minot St. 12-3 223 13

17. Walsh 11-4 192 18

18. Concordia 14-5 184 15

19. Mt. Marty 14-5 177 17

20. Southwestern 11-4 128 22

21. Union 12 - 5 120 24

22. Cardinal Stritch 13-3 109 21

23. Brescia 11 - 5 103 16

24. Valley City St. 12-6 74 23

25. Bethel (Ind.) 12-7 64 —

Others receiving votes: Tenn. Wesleyan 58, Briar Cliff, 47, William Penn 41, Northwest 34, Marian 30, Notre Dame (Ohio) 27, Indiana-SE 25, Milligan 21, Ave Maria 21, Dordt 17, Jamestown 15, Fla. Memorial 6, Huntington 5, Peru St. 4, Concordia 4, Montreat 3, Grace 1, Indiana-NW 1, College of Idaho 1, Taylor 1, Northwestern Ohio 1.

high school boys

tuesday's scores

Bell Co. 50 North Laurel 28

Knox Central 75 Barbourville 68

Lyon Co. 62 Carlisle Co. 53

Mayfield 54 Ballard Memorial 47

Pineville 55 Lynn Camp 50

Pineville 55, Lynn Camp 50

Lynn Camp (4-8) — Wagner 28, Baker 9, Turner 1, Lee 3, Garland 6, Hammonds 3.

Pineville (5-7) — Raby 3, Hendrickson 7, Jeffrey 6, Hollingsworth 15, Napier 6, Asher 13, Simpson 5.

Lynn Camp 5 12 10 23—50

Pineville 20 6 17 12—55

West Jessamine 66, Somerset 41

Somerset (6-10) — Cheuvront 3, Lange 7, Megargel 4, McWilliams 5, Gordon 6, Stringer 11, Weddle 5.

West Jessamine (5-10) — Watts 2, Martin 4, Ziemann 3, Hager 12, Henderson 2, Pohl 14, Fain 10, Donaldson 14, Adams 1, Patton 2, Jackson 2.

Somerset 13 7 7 14—41

West Jessamine 19 24 16 10—66

high school girls

tuesday's scores

Greenwood 58 Russellville 51

Paintsville 56 Pikeville 53

Sheldon Clark 74 South Floyd 47

St. Mary 46 Graves Co. 40

Football

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Playoffs schedule

(All times p.m. With broadcast network in parentheses)

Wild-card Playoffs

Saturday, Jan. 8

Seattle 41 New Orleans 36

N.Y. Jets 17 Indianapolis 16

Sunday, Jan. 9

Baltimore 30 Kansas City 7

Green Bay 21 Philadelphia 16

Divisional Playoffs

Saturday's games

Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 4:30 (CBS-27)

Green Bay at Atlanta, 8 (Fox-56)

Sunday's games

Seattle at Chicago, 1 (Fox-56)

N.Y. Jets at New England, 4:30 (CBS-27)

Conference Championships

Sunday, Jan. 23

NFC, 3 (Fox-56)

AFC, 6:30 (CBS-27)

Super Bowl

Sunday, Feb. 6

At Arlington, Texas

AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 6:30 (Fox-56)

college

monday's game

BCS National Championship

at Glendale, Ariz.

Auburn 22 Oregon 19

2010-11 seasonConference Bowl Records

W L Pct

Mountain West 4 1 .800

Big East 4 2 .667

Independents 2 1 .667

Sun Belt 2 1 .667

Southeastern 5 5 .500

Mid-American 2 2 .500

Pac-102 2 .500

Western Athletic 2 2 .500

Atlantic Coast 4 5 .444

Big 123 5 .375

Big Ten 3 5 .375

Conference USA 2 4 .333

2010-11 nCAA individual leaders

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

Rsh Rec Ret Tot YPG

Johnson,Tulsa 560 872 1196 2628 202

Cobb,Ky 424 1017 955 2396 184

Shed,UAB 847 471 807 2125 177

Harris,ECaro 104 1123 1061 2288 176

Doss,Ind 163 706 1065 1934 176

Williams,UtahSt 451 110 1481 2042 170

James,Oregon 1731 208-2 1937 161

Hilton,FLIntl 282 848 959 2089 161

Jernigan,Troy 322 822 936 2080 160

Dunbar,NTex 1553 332 0 1885 157

Rainey,WKy 1649 230 0 1879 157

RUSHING

Car Yds Avg. YPG

James,Oregon 294 1731 5.9 144.3

Todman,UConn 334 1695 5.1 141.3

Rainey,WKy 340 1649 4.9 137.4

Robinson,Mich 256 1702 6.6 130.9

Leshoure,Ill 281 1697 6.0 130.5

Dunbar,NTex 274 1553 5.7 129.4

Taua,Nevada 284 1610 5.7 123.8

Thomas,KanSt 298 1585 5.3 121.9

Hunter,OklaSt 271 1548 5.7 119.1

Hillman,SDSt 262 1532 5.8 117.8

2010-11 SEC Individual Leaders

RUSHING

Car Yds Avg YPG

Newton,Aub 264 1473 5.6 105.2

Davis,Ark 204 1322 6.5 101.7

Lattimore,SCaro 249 1197 4.8 92.1

Ridley,LSU 249 1147 4.6 88.2

Bolden,Miss 163 976 6.0 81.3

Ballard,MissSt 186 968 5.2 80.7

Ingram,Ala 158 875 5.5 79.5

Poole,Tenn 204 1034 5.1 79.5

Dyer,Aub 182 1093 6.0 78.1

Ealey,Ga 157 811 5.2 67.6

Kentucky players

17. Cobb 55 424 7.7 38.5

24. Russell 64 293 4.6 29.3

36. Hartline 32 -35 -1.1 -2.9

PASSING

Att Cp Yds Tds Pts

Newton,Aub 280 185 2854 30 182.0

McElroy,Ala 313 222 2987 20 169.0

Mallett,Ark 411 266 3869 32 163.6

Murray,Ga 342 209 3049 24 154.5

Garcia,SCaro 349 224 3059 20 148.7

Hartline,Ky 405 268 3178 23 146.4

Relf,MissSt 220 129 1789 13 141.0

Simms,Tenn 195 113 1460 8 129.3

Masoli,Miss 296 167 2039 14 121.1

Brantley,Fla 329 200 2061 9 116.4

Total Offense

Yds Avg. YPG

Newton,Aub 4327 8.0 309.1

Mallett,Ark 3795 8.3 291.9

Hartline,Ky 3143 7.2 261.9

Murray,Ga 3216 7.5 247.4

Garcia,SCaro 3281 7.2 234.4

McElroy,Ala 2975 8.0 228.8

Masoli,Miss 2583 6.2 215.3

Relf,MissSt 2502 6.0 192.5

Brantley,Fla 1950 5.1 150.0

Jefferson,LSU 1861 5.6 143.2

Other Kentucky players

26. Cobb 482 7.4 43.8

33. Russell 293 4.6 29.3

Receptions Per Game

G Ct Yds YPC

Cobb,Ky 13 84 1017 6.5

Jeffery,SCaro 14 88 1517 6.3

Jones,Ala 13 78 1133 6.0

Jones,Tenn 10 55 596 5.5

Matthews,Ky 13 61 925 4.7

Adams,Ark 12 50 813 4.2

Williams,Ark 13 54 627 4.2

Adams,Aub 14 52 963 3.7

Bumphis,MissSt 12 44 634 3.7

Moore,Tenn 13 47 981 3.6

Other Kentucky players

20. King 13 36 478 2.8

52. Aumiller 12 18 193 1.5

54. Sanders 12 16 114 1.3

62. Russell 12 14 134 1.2

69. Robinson 11 11 80 1.0

70. Roark 12 12 170 1.0

Receiving Yards Per Game

G Ct Yds YPG

Jeffery,SCaro 14 88 1517 108.4

Jones,Ala 13 78 1133 87.2

Cobb,Ky 13 84 1017 78.2

Moore,Tenn 13 47 981 75.5

Adams,Aub 14 52 963 68.8

Matthews,Ky 13 61 925 71.2

Adams,Ark 12 50 813 67.8

Wright,Ark 13 42 788 60.6

Durham,Ga 11 32 659 59.9

Bumphis,MissSt 12 44 634 52.8

Other Kentucky players

22. King 13 36 478 36.8

52. Aumiller 12 18 193 16.1

59. Roark 12 12 170 14.2

66. Russell 12 14 134 11.2

71. Sanders 12 16 114 9.5

86. Robinson 11 11 80 7.3

Hockey

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EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Philadelphia 27 10 5 59 142 109

Pittsburgh 26 14 4 56 138 105

N.Y. Rangers 25 16 3 53 127 109

N.Y. Islanders 13 21 7 33 97 134

New Jersey 11 29 2 24 78 133

Northeast Division

Boston 23 12 7 53 123 93

Montreal 24 16 3 51 107 100

Buffalo 18 19 5 41 115 124

Toronto 17 20 4 38 108 123

Ottawa 16 21 6 38 93 132

Southeast Division

Tampa Bay 25 13 5 55 128 137

Washington 24 12 7 55 126 113

Atlanta 22 16 7 51 140 140

Carolina 21 15 6 48 127 128

Florida 19 20 2 40 113 109WESTERN CONFERENCE

Central Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Detroit 27 11 5 59 149 123

Nashville 22 13 6 50 106 97

Chicago 23 18 3 49 138 124

St. Louis 20 15 6 46 110 116

Columbus 20 20 3 43 110 134

Northwest Division

Vancouver 28 8 6 62 145 102

Colorado 22 15 6 50 144 138

Minnesota 21 16 5 47 107 118

Calgary 18 20 5 41 117 129

Edmonton 13 20 7 33 101 138

Pacific Division

Dallas 25 13 5 55 124 116

Phoenix 21 13 9 51 121 123

Anaheim 23 18 4 50 117 123

Los Angeles 23 18 1 47 126 108

San Jose 21 17 5 47 119 118

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

Monday's games

Boston 4, Pittsburgh 2

Phoenix 4, St. Louis 3

Colorado 5, Detroit 4

Toronto 3, Los Angeles 2

Tuesday's games

Vancouver 4, N.Y. Islanders 3 (SO)

Carolina 6, Calgary 5 (SO)

Boston 6, Ottawa 0

Montreal 2, N.Y. Rangers 1

Phoenix 4, Columbus 3

Philadelphia 5, Buffalo 2

Florida 4, Washington 3 (OT)

Minnesota at Nashville (n)

Edmonton at Dallas (n)

Toronto at San Jose (n)

Wednesday's games

Pittsburgh at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.

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

Colorado at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.

St. Louis at Anaheim, 10 p.m.

Thursday's games

Philadelphia at Boston, 7 p.m.

Carolina at Buffalo, 7 p.m.

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

Vancouver at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.

Nashville at Florida, 7:30 p.m.

Toronto at Phoenix, 9 p.m.

St. Louis at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.

Edmonton at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.

2011 All-Stars

All-Star Game Jan. 30 at Raleigh, N.C.

(x-voted by fans)

Forwards — x-Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh; x-Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh; x-Jonathan Toews, Chicago; David Backes, St. Louis; Matt Duchene, Colorado; Patrik Elias, New Jersey; Loui Eriksson, Dallas; Claude Giroux, Philadelphia; Ales Hemsky, Edmonton; Jarome Iginla, Calgary; Patrick Kane, Chicago; Ryan Kesler, Vancouver; Phil Kessel, Toronto; Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles; Rick Nash, Columbus; Alex Ovechkin, Washington; Corey Perry, Anaheim; Brad Richards, Dallas; Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay; Daniel Sedin, Vancouver; Henrik Sedin, Vancouver; Patrick Sharp, Chicago; Eric Staal, Carolina; Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay.

Defensemen — x-Duncan Keith, Chicago; x-Kris Letang, Pittsburgh; Dan Boyle, San Jose; Brent Burns, Minnesota; Dustin Byfuglien, Atlanta; Zdeno Chara, Boston; Tobias Enstrom, Atlanta; Mike Green, Washington; Erik Karlsson, Ottawa; Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit; Marc Staal, N.Y. Rangers; Shea Weber, Nashville.

Goaltenders — x-Marc-Andre Fleury, Pittsburgh; Jonas Hiller, Anaheim; Henrik Lundqvist, N.Y. Rangers Carey Price, Montreal Canadiens Tim Thomas, Boston; Cam Ward, Carolina.

Rookies (participating in skills competition only) — Logan Couture, F, San Jose; Evgeny Dadonov, F, Florida; Jordan Eberle, F, Edmonton; Oliver Ekman-Larsson, D, Phoenix; Tyler Ennis, F, Buffalo; Cam Fowler, D, Anaheim; Michael Grabner, F, N.Y. Islanders; Taylor Hall, F, Edmonton; Tyler Seguin, F, Boston; Kevin Shattenkirk, D, Colorado; Jeff Skinner, F, Carolina; Derek Stepan, F, N.Y. Rangers.

Odds

glantz-culver line

NFL playoffs

Saturday

Favorite Open Tues. Underdog

at Pittsburgh 3½ 3½ Baltimore

at Atlanta 1½ 2½ Green Bay

Sunday

at Chicago 9½ 10 Seattle

at New England 9 8½ N.Y. Jets

NCAA basketball

Favorite Line Underdog

Ohio St. 10 at Michigan

Va. Commonwealth 8½ at William & Mary

at Villanova 4 Louisville

Hofstra 6½ at Towson

George Mason 1½ at Northeastern

at UNC Wilmington 1 Delaware

at Georgetown 3½ Pittsburgh

Syracuse 2 at St. John's

at Missouri 10½ Nebraska

at Cent. Michigan 14 Toledo

at Akron 5½ Ohio

at La Salle 9½ Penn

at Duquesne 7½ Saint Louis

at Cincinnati 14 South Florida

UAB 6 at East Carolina

at George Washington 11 Fordham

at Xavier 10½ Massachusetts

at Dayton 13 Saint Joseph's

at James Madison 10½ Georgia St.

at Temple 17½ St. Bonaventure

at Ball St. 6½ W. Michigan

at TCU 6½ Wyoming

N. Iowa 3 at Illinois St.

Indiana St. 1½ at Bradley

Wichita St. 1½ at Creighton

at Missouri St. 12½ S. Illinois

at Evansville 6½ Drake

Memphis 2½ at SMU

Southern Miss. 3 at Rice

at Texas A &M 8½ Oklahoma St.

Maryland 10½ at Wake Forest

UTEP 3½ at Tulane

Arkansas 2 at LSU

at Vanderbilt 11½ Georgia

at Iowa pk Northwestern

at Arizona St. 5½ Tulsa

at Kansas St. 10½ Colorado

Kansas 8½ at Iowa St.

Seton Hall 2 at DePaul

Duke 9 at Florida St.

at Alabama 8 South Carolina

at New Mexico 9½ Colorado St.

at San Diego St. 6½ UNLV

at Long Beach St. 12 UC Davis

at Idaho 4 Nevada

Wofford 11½ at Georgia Southern

at Davidson 4½ Furman

at Clemson 6½ Georgia Tech

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