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ON THE AIR: TELEVISION TODAY BASKETBALL Midnight: Women's college,

Duke at USC (same-day tape), Pac-12 Network.

10a.m.: PBA, World Series, Viper

Championship (taped), ESPN. WINTERSPORTS Head Classic, first semifinal, San Diego State vs. Indiana State, ESPNU.

11 a.m.:Skiing, Birds of Prey,

vs. North Florida, CBSSN. 6p.m.:NBA, Portland Trail Blazers at Sacramento Kings,

NBCSN.

giant slalom (taped), NBC. 12:30 p.m.:Snowboarding, U.S. 3:15p.m.:Men's college, Las Vegas Classic, Georgia Southern Grand Prix, halfpipe (taped),

semifinal, Arizona vs. Hawaii or

Miami (Fla.), ESPN2. 8:30 p.m.:Men's college, Las Vegas Classic, Colorado State vs. Virginia Tech, CBSSN.

FOOTBALL 10 a.m.:NFL,Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers, CBS. 10a.m.:NFL, New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys, Fox.

TRIATHLON 1 p.m.: Ironman World

Championship (taped), NBC.

MONDAY SOCCER 2 p.m.: English Premier

League, SwanseaCity AFCvs. Manchester United FC (taped), Root Sports. FOOTBALL 5 p.m.:College, Hawaii Bowl, Fresno State vs. Southern Methodist, ESPN.

ON THE AIR: RADIO TODAY BASKETBALL 6p.m.:NBA, Portland Trail

Blazers at Sacramento Kings, KBND-AM 1110, KRCO-AM 690.

MONDAY FOOTBALL 5 p.m.: College, Hawaii Bowl, Fresno State vs. Southern Methodist, KICE-AM 940.

Listingsare themostaccurateavailable. TheBulletinis not responsible for latechangesmadeby TVor radio stations.

SPORTS IN BRIEF HOCKEY NHL, uniOnSPeak —NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly and players' association special counsel SteveFehrspoke onthe telephone but still haven't made plans to meet face to face. There has been very little contact this

deemed readyfor the majors: Adam Eaton andA.J.Pollock. That would indicate a trade could be in the works, with Kubel the center of that speculation.

FOOTBALL TedoW toJaguarS? —It's

Fehr held a conversation Saturday, the 98th day of the lockout that is threatening to wipe out the

never too late to go home. Even for Tim Tebow. The Jets' backup

quarterback likely will end upin

through Jan. 14 have already

his hometown of Jacksonville in 2013, according to an ESPN re-

been called off, and if anewcol-

port. Citing leaguesources, sen-

lective bargaining agreement isn't reached by then, the remainder of

ior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen wrote on Saturday that it's a "virtual certainty" Tebow will land with the Jaguars — the only other team that expressed interest

theschedulecouldbecanceled, too.

BASEBALL

in him before Denvertraded him to the Jets. A source confirmed to Newsday earlier this week that

Hanrahan to RedS0X?

the Jets plan toeither trade or re-

— A person familiar with the talks says the Pirates and Red

lease the polarizing QB, who has

Sox are close tocompleting a trade that would send All-Star

closer Joel Hanrahan toBoston for a handful of prospects. Pittsburgh would ship Hanrahan and another player to the Red Sox

in exchangefor four players, including outfielder-first baseman

Jerry Sandsandminor league pitcher Stolmy Pimentel. The 31-year-old Hanrahanhas been one of baseball's best closers the pasttwoyears,saving76games from 201 1-12 and making the NL All-Star team in both seasons. He

made $4,135,000 this yearandis

been a non-factor this season. But leaguesources, according to ESPN, say the Jets are expected to "honor Tebow's forthcom-

ing request to bereleasedand therefore become an unrestricted

free agent." Jaguars ownerShad Khan reportedly wanted to trade for Tebow last offseason — but after current quarterbacks Blaine

Gabbert and backupChadHenne struggled, Jacksonville (2-12) is expected to hold a QBcompeti-

tion next season.

BASKETBALL

eligible for arbitration.

IdaneZ daCk to M'S — Raul Ibanez and the Seattle Mariners

have agreed to a $2.75 million, one-year contract, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press on

Saturday night. Thedealallows Ibanez to earn an additional $1.25

million in performancebonuses, the person said, speaking on

condition of anonymity because

KingS SuSPendGouSinS — DeMarcus Cousinswas

suspended indefinitely by the

Sacramento Kings onSaturday for "unprofessional behavior and conduct detrimental to

the team." Cousins andKings coachKeithSmartexchanged words in the locker room during halftime of Sacramento's 97-85

loss at the LosAngeles Clippers on Friday night. Smart benched

theagreementhadnotbeenannounced. Ibanezreturns to the team he beganhis big league

Cousins for the entire second half and ordered him to remain

career with from 1996-00, then

rejoined from 2004-08. Now40,

was suspendedone gamewithout pay by theNBAfor striking

Ibanezspentthe pastseason with the New York Yankees and

O.J. Mayo in the groin during a loss at Dallas on Dec. 10. The

became popular with fans for his

22-year-old center is averaging

late-game home runs. Ibanez hit .240 with19 homers and 62 RBls in 384 at-bats.

a team-high 16.6 points and 9.5

D'dacks get OFRoss

in the locker room. Cousins also

rebounds this season.TheKings, who have droppedsix of seven, host Portland today.

— Cody Rossandthe Arizona

MavS waive FiSher —The

Diamondbacks agreed to a threeyear contract Saturday with

Dallas Mavericks have waived Derek Fisher, a move made at the

a club option for 2016.Ross,

request of the veteranguard. The Maverick sannouncedthemove

who turns 32 today and lives in nearby Scottsdale, adds to the

Saturday, four days after the 38-

abundance ofoutfielders on the

year-old Fisher strained atendon

Arizona roster, leading to speculation a trade might be coming. Ross batted.267 with 22 home runs and 81 RBls last season for the Boston Red Sox. He's a ca-

in his right knee in a game against Philadelphia. Fisher, a16-year

addition gives the Diamondbacks

8.6 points and 3.6 assists. Fisher

veteran, was afree agent when he signed with Dallas three weeks

ago because ofinjuries and lack reer.267 hitter in nine big league of depth at the point. In nine seasons with six teams. The games for Dallas, Fisheraveraged four veteran outfielders — Ross, released astatement Saturday Justin Upton, Gerardo Parra and saying heasked to bewaived so Jason Kubel — along with two

youngsters the organization has

Thursday Boys basketball: MountainViewvs. Ashlandat Les SchwabHoliday Hoopfestat Summit High, 12:45 p.mzBendvs. West Albanyat theLesSchwabHoliday Hoopfestat Summit High,4:15p.mzHorizon Christian vs.Summitat theLesSchwab Holiday Hoopfest at SummiHi t gh, 745 p.m.; Ridgeview vs. Cresweg at Sisters HolidayTournament, 5p.m., Sisters vs.Scappoosein Sisters HolidayTournament, 7 p.m.; Madras vs. Tillamook at Stayton Toumame nt, 1:30p.m.;; Riversideat Culver,5:30 p.m.;Redmondvs. North Medford atAbby's Holiday Tournament in Medford, 7 p.m.; Gilchrist at Bend frosh toumey, TBD Girls basketball: MountainViewvs. GrantsPass at SummitHoidayTournament, 12:45p.mzBend vs. Roseburg at Summit HolidayTournament, 4:15 p.m.;Summitvs. LibertyatSummit HolidayTournament, 6p.mcRedmond vs.Junction CityatSisters HolidayTournament, 3p.mxSisters vs.Ridgeview at SistersHolidayTournament, 5 pm; Madrasvs Scappoose at StaytonTournament, noon;Riverside at Culver,4:30p.mzGilchrist atBendfrosh tourney, TBD

Wrestling: MountainViewat SierraNevadaClassic in Reno,TBD

Friday Boys basketball: Bend Mountain View,Summit at LesSchwabHoliday Hoopfest at Summit High, TBD, Ridgeview,Sisters at Sisters Tournam ent, TBD;Madrasat StaytonTournament, TBD;Culver at SouthWascoCounty, 4p.m.; Redmondat Abby's HolidayTournament in Medford, TBD;La Pineat Lakeview, 7p.m.; Gilchrist at Bendfrosh tourney, TBD Girls basketball: Bendvs. Corvagis atthe Summit HolidayTournament; 12:30p.m.; MountainView vs Spragueat the Summrt HolrdayTournament, 12:45 p.m.; Summitvs. North Medtord at the Summit HolidayTournament, 5:45p.m.; Madras at StaytonTournam ent, TBD, Central Christian at Trinity LutheranTournament, TBD;Redmond, Ridgeview,Sisters atSistersTournament, TBD; Culver atSouth Wasco County, 4 p.m.; Gilchrist at Bendfroshtourney, TBD;LaPine at Lakeview, 2:30 p.m Wrestling: Bendat NWDuals at Westview HS,TBD, MountainViewat Sierra Nevada Classic in Reno, TBD;Redmondat Pacific CoastChampionships in Vancouver,Wash., TBD

Saturday Boys basketball: Bend,Mountain View,Summit at Les Schwab Holiday Hoopfest atSummit High,TBD; Ridgeviewat Sisters Tournament, TBD;Madrasat Stayton Tournament,TBD; Redmond at Abby's Holiday Tournam entin Medford, TBD;Gilchrist at Bend frosh tourney, TBD Girls basketball: Summivs. t Wilsonat theSummit HolidayToumament,11:30 a.mzBendvs. The Dales Wahtonkaat the Summrt Hoiday Tournament, 3 p.m.;MountainViewvs WestAlbanyat the SummiHol t idayTournament, 3 p.m.;; Madras at StaytonTournam ent, TBD;Central Christian at Trinity LutheranTournament, TBD;Redmond, Ridgeview,Sisters at SistersTournam ent, TBD; Gichrist atBendfroshtourney, TBD Wrestling: Bend at NWDuals at WestviewHS, TBD, Redm ond at Pacific Coast Championships in Vancouver,Wash., TBD;CrookCounty, Culver, Ridgeview atFreeBerry Invite in Pendleton,10 am

BASKETBALL Men's college

weekbetween thesides.Dalyand

entire hockeyseason.All games

ON DECK

BOWLING

2 p.m.:Men's college, Diamond

Comcast SportsNet Northwest. 8:30 p.m.:Men's college, DiamondHeadClassic,second

COREBOARD

1 p.m.:NFL, New York Giants at Baltimore Ravens, Fox. 5:20p.m.: NFL, San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks, NBC.

he could return home. — From wire reports

Saturday'sGames

EAST BostonCollege71,Providence68 Boston U. 70,Cornell 57 Bryant79, Dartmouth66 Drexel69,Davidson58 Elon 70,Columbia69 Fairfield60,Saint Joseph's57 GeorgeWashington 76, VMI67 Georgetown65, American U.48 Hartford56, Marist46 Harvard72, Holy Cross65 La Sage100,SacredHeart 71 Loyola otChicago54,St. Peter's 49 Maine84,FloridaGulf Coast 78 N. Kentucky 55, Navy46 NJIT 71,CCNY43 Princeton79, BuckneI 67 Rhode Island65,Georgia St.60 SetonHall89,LIUBrooklyn 58 SouthCarolina63, Manhatan 57 St. Francis(NY)73, Colgate 61 Temple83,Syracuse79 Tulane 83, Hofstra 62 UMass 88, EastCarolina 81 Vermont76,Fairleigh Dickinson62 Vigan ova83,Monmouth(NJ)56 WestVirginia72, Radford 62 SOUTH AppalachiaSt. n 78, Presbyterian 70 Coll. of Charleston 60, Coastal Carolina51 FloridaSt. 79,Charlotte 76 Gardner-Webb 83,Spalding 54 George Mason67,Richmond64 Georgia64, SouthernCal56 GeorgiaTech73,TheCitadel 41 Jacksonville65,Furman53 Kentucky 82 Marshall54 Louisiana-Lafayette 91,Duquesne79 Louisville 78,W.Kentucky 55 Mercer66, Alabama59 MississippiSt.79, Cent.Arkansas72 NC State 92, St.Bonaventure 73 NorthCarolina97, McNeese St. 63 Old Dominion63,Virginia 61 SMU67, AlcornSt. 52 South Alabama77,UAI .R 62 WakeForest84, UN CGreensboro 70 Winthrop74,Auburn67 MIDWEST Butler 75,Evansville 67 Cincinnati68, WrightSt.58 Dayton 77 MurraySt 68 DePaul69,UMBC61 Drake74,E.Iiinois 56 GreenBay72, SouthDakota55 RlinoisSt.83, AustinPeay57 lowa80,CoppinSt 50 Kansas74,OhioSt. 66 KansasSt.67, Florida61 KentSt.73, ArkansasSt.69 Marquette84, LSU80 Miami(Ohio)82, Rl.-chicago70 MichiganSt.67,Texas56 Minnesota 75, Latayette50 Missouri82,Illinois 73 Oaklan d59,E.Michigan57 Ohio 93,Md.-EasternShore57 SE Mi ssouri66,UMKC65 Saint Louis65,Loyola Marymount44 Valparaiso79, Purdue-Calumet51 W. Michigan 87,MountSt.Mary's66 WichitaSt.59,SouthernMiss.51 Wisconsin74, Milwaukee53 Wofford56, Xavier55 SOUTHWES T ArizonaSt.77,TexasTech62 Arkansas95,AlabamaA8M68 FIU 48,TexasSouthern 45 Houston79,ChicagoSt 57 OklahomaSt. 78,TennesseeTech42 SouthernU.53, TexasA&M51 TCU65,Rice63 Texas-PanAmerican 80,Nebraska-Omaha 72 Tulsa72,Oral Roberts 68 FAR WEST Air Force61, UCRiverside 53 California85, PrairieView53 Coll. of Idaho 81,EvergreenSt. 69 ColoradoSt.70 Portland53 Concordia(Ore.)86,OregonTech65 Corban73, NWChristian 70 E. Washrngton 57,IdahoSt.54 GeorgiaSouthern63,MVSU52 NC Central73, UtahValley 67 NewMexicoSt.71, Missouri St.51 North Florida 80, CSBakersfield 70 Oregon 91, Houston Baptist 50 OregonSt.86, SanDrego79 S.DakotaSt.70,New Mexico65 Seattle72,Campbell 49 UC Davis82,NichogsSt.71 UCLA91, FresnoSt. 78 UNLV89,Canisius 74 UtahSt. 70,S.Illinois 58 VirginiaTech66,Bradley65,OT WarnerPacitic 91,S.Oregon88,OT Washington 67, N.Illinois 57 WeberSt.73, PortlandSt 69,OT TOURNAMEN T Don HaskinsSunBowl Invitational First Round UTEP 83, Ark.-PineBluff 61 Hawaiian Airlines DiamondHeadClass First Round

Arizona73, ETSU53 IndianaSt.87, Mississippi 85, OT San Diego St. 80,SanFrancisco 58

(ESPN)

SanFranciscoatSeattle, 5:20p.m. Sunday,Dec.30 Jacks onvileatTennessee,10a.m. GreenBayat Minnesota, 10a.m. Carolinaat NewOrleans,10a.m. N.Y.JetsatBufalo, 10a.m. Miami atNewEngland,10a.m. BaltimoreatCincinnati,10am.

Alamo Bowl Texas (8-4) vs. OregonState (9-3), 3.45 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday'sSummaries Buffalo Wild WingsBowl MichiganState(6-6) vs.TCU(7-5), 7:15pm.(ESPN) Monday, Dec. 31 Oregon 91, HoustonBaptist 50 Music City Bowl Cleveland at Pittsburgh,10a.m. V anderbilt (8-4) vs. N.C.State (7-5), 9a.m.(ESPN) HOUSTON BAPTIST (4-7) Houston at Indianapolis 10a.m. Sun Bowl Smith 0-3 0-0 0, Russell 4-14 3-4 12,Bemardi PhiladelphiaatN.Y.Giants,10 a.m. GeorgiaTech(6-7) vs. SouthernCal (7-5), 11a.m. 4-10 3-514, Harper2-11 0-04, Womack 1-6 0-02, Dallas atWashington,10 a.m. (CBS) Thomas0-2 0-0 0,Hill3-6 0-07,Lewis2-7 1-46, Chicago at Detroit, I p.m. Liberty Bowl Turner0-1 0-0 0, Bowden0-1 0-0 0, Gales2-4 1-2 TampaBayat Atlanta, 10a.m. lowa State(6-6) vsTulsa(10-3) 1230pm (ESPN) 5, Crayton 0-30-00, Joyce0-10-00. Totals18-69 Oakland atSanDiego,1:25 p.m. Chick-fil-A Bowl 8-15 50. Arizona atSanFrancisco,1:25 p.m. LSU(10-2)vs.Clemson(10-2), 4:30p.m.(ESPN) OREGON (10-2) St Louis at Seatle 125 pm Tuesday,Jan. 1 Artis1-61-2 4,Kazemi2-4 0-04, Dotson5-60-1 Kansas0ityat Denver, I:25p.m. Heart of Dallas Bowl 10, Singler5-60-013, Woods7-130-1 14, Lucenti End of regular season Purdue(6-6) vs.OklahomaState(7-5), 9 a.m.(ES0-0 0-0 0,RichardsonIR1-3 0-0 3, Loyd0-32-22, PNU) Baker1-2 0-0 3,Austin 2-24-8 8, Moore1-60-03, Gator Bowl Carter1-76-68, Emory3-53-310,Kuemper4-50-0 Saturday' s Summary M ississi pprState(8-4) vs.Northwestem(9-3), 9a.m. 9 Totals 33-68 16-23 91. (ESPN2) Halftime —Oregon51-30. 3-Point Goals—HousCapital OneBowl ton Baptist 6-15 (Bemardi3-3, Russe 1-2, Lewis Falcons 31, Lions18 G eorgi a(11-2)vs.Nebraska(103),10 a m.(ABC) 1-2, Hill 1-3, Turner0-1, Harper0-2, Smith 0-2), OutbackBowl Oregon9-16 (Singler 3-4, Kuemper 1-1, Baker1-1, Atlanta 7 14 0 10 — 31 South Carolina(10-2) vs. Michigan(8-4), 10 a.m. 3 3 7 5 — 18 Emory1-1, Richardson 011-2, Moore1-2,Artis1-3, Detroit (ESPN) Loyd 0-2). FouledOut—None. Rebounds—HousFirst Quarter Rose Bowl Atl — White 44 passfromRyan(Bryantkick), 5:50 ton Baptist 39 (Gales9), Oregon52 (Austin 9). S tanford (11-2)vs.Wisconsin (8-5), 2p.m.(ESPN) Det — FGHanson34,:13. Assists HoustonBaptist 7 (Lewis 3), Oregon20 OrangeBowl SecondQuarter (Kazemi 5) TotalFouls—Houston Baptist 22,Oregon NorthernRlinois (12-1) vs.FloridaState(11-2), 5.30 19. A—NA. Atl White 39passfromRyan(Bryantkick), 9:54. p.m.(ESPN) At —Jones16passfromRyan(Bryantkick),1:17. Wednesday,Jan. 2 Det — FGHanson38,:02. Sugar Bowl Third Quarter Oregon State 86, SanDiego79 Florida (11-1) vs. Louisville (10-2), 5:30 p.m. Det—Leshoure1run(Hansonkick),659. (ESPN) Fourth Quarter SAN DIEGO (6-7) Thursday, Jan. 3 Det — FGHanson20,13:26. Manresa7-134-418, Rancifer5-11 2-214, FajeFiesta Bowl Atl — Palmer1 passfromRyan(Bryantkick),7:12. misin 0-02-22, Anderson 4-112-411, Dee5-130-0 KansasState (11-1) vs. Oregon(11-1), 5:30 p.m. Atl —FGBryant 20,3:05. 12, Davis2-60-04, Miles 0-00-00, Sinis2-74-4 (ESPN) Det — VandenBoschsafety,1:21. 9, Kok1-2 2-2 4,Kramer2-61-2 5. Totals 28-69 Friday, Jan.4 A—63,849. 17-2079. Cotton Bowl OREGON ST. (9-2) TexasABM(10-2) vs. Oklahoma(10-2), 5 p.m. Atl Det Morel and 7-8 5-7 20,Reid2-6 2-4 6,Burton4-7 First downs (Fox) 19 25 5 913,Starks3 60 06 Nelson5-108 820,Robbins TotalNetYards Saturday, Jan. 5 3 44 52 2 0-0 0-0 0,Barton0-0 0-00, Morrrs-Walker0-0 0-0 Rushes-yards BBVACompass Bowl 22-73 2 2-79 0, Schaftenaar1-20-03, Collier7-104-418. Totals Passing 2 71 44 3 Pittsburgh (6-6) vs. Mississippi (6-6), 10 a.m. 29-49 24-32 86. 1-9 0-0 (ESPN) PuntReturns Halftime —OregonSt. 44-29. 3-Point Goals—San KickoffReturns Sunday,Jan.6 3 -58 4 - 67 Diego 6-21(Rancifer 2-5, Dee2-8, Sinis 1-3, An- InterceptionsRet. 1-1 0-0 GoDaddy.comBowl derson1-3, Davis0-1, Kramer0-1), OregonSt. 4-6 Comp-Att-Int Kent State(11-2) vs. ArkansasState(9-3), 6 p.m. 25-32-0 37-56-1 (Nelson2-2, Schaftenaar1-1, Moreland1-1, Starks Sacked-Yards 1-8 0-0 (ESPN) Lost 0-2). Fouled Out—Sinis. Rebounds—San Diego Punts Monday, Jan.7 4-41.8 2-41.0 33 (Manresa8), OregonSt. 32 (Moreland11). As- Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-2 BCSNational Championship sists — San Diego 15 (Anderson8), DregonSt. 16 Penalties-Yards (12-0) vs. Alabama(12-1), 5:30 p.m. 3 -20 2 - 2 0 Notre Dame (Nelson4). Total Fouls—San Drego 25, Oregon St. Time ofPossession 28:52 31:08 (ESPN) 16 A — 840.

Women's college Saturday's Games

EAST Buckneg 69, St.Peter's 62, OT Dayton91,Siena53 Delaware 82, Monmouth(NJ) 53 George Washington60,GeorgeMason52 La Salle60,Fairfield 50 Memphis65,SetonHall 58 Northeastern78, UMass51 Northwestern 73, Mississippi 69 Providence78,RhodeIsland 52 Quinnipiac75,St.John's 72 Uconn102,Hartford45 SOUTH Auburn85,Jacksonville 49 Clemson63,Samford 51 Florida St93,UNC-Greensboro63 Gardner-Webb 54, NCCentral32 SouthernMiss. 53,Cent. Arkansas44 Stanford73,Tennessee60 Tennessee Tech67, Marshall 60 Tulane73,NorthTexas62 Tulsa75,Grambling St. 62 UAB56, UT-Martin 51 UALR49,SouthAlabama40 UCF60, FloridaGulf Coast53 Vanderbilt69,CoI.of Charleston 44 VirginiaTech73,WakeForest 52 MIDWEST Butler56,lndianaSt.45 ClevelandSt.58, NewHampshire 47 Detroit 90,Madonna43 IPFW 71, Rochester(Mich.) 59 Rl.-chicago66, N.lllinois 61,OT Loyola ofChicago81,ChicagoSt. 43 SOUTHWES T Arkansas St. 77,Loursiana-Lafayette53 Creighton91,South Florida74 Houston74,TexasSt. 61 Miami(Ohio)62, Nevada49 Oklahoma St. 90,Texas-Arlington 54 TCU73,Texas-PanAmerican37 WichitaSt.61,SMU59 FAR WEST ArizonaSt.62,Longwood50 BoiseSt.52,SouthDakota50 Cal St.-Fulerton60, SanJoseSt. 59 Colorado81,UtahValley 45 Duke75,SouthernCal60 E. Washington61,IdahoSt. 55 Montana82,SacramentoSt. 55 MontanaSt.69,N.Arizona52 N. Colorado53,North Dakota41 PortlandSt.74,WeberSt. 60 UC Davis71,CSBakersfield 59

FOOTBALL NFL NATIONALFOOTBALL LEAGUE AU TimesPST AMERICANCONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA y -New England 10 4 0 714 506 315 N.Y.Jets 6 8 0 429 255 320 Miami 6 8 0 429 264 279 Buffalo 5 9 0 357 306 402

South

L T Pct PF PA 2 0 857 394 280 5 0 643 309 358 9 0 357 285 396 1 2 0 143 219 383 North W L T Pct PF PA 9 5 0 643 348 307 8 6 0 571 355 293 7 7 0 500 302 291 5 9 0 357 280 310 West W L T Pct PF PA y-Denver 1 1 3 0 .786 409 274 San Diego 5 9 0 .357 299 312 Oakland 4 10 0 .286 263 402 KansasCity 2 12 0 .143 195 367 NATIONALCONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA 8 6 0 571 381 350 8 6 0 571 327 338 8 6 0 571 373 304 4 1 0 0 286 253 375 South W L T Pct PF PA 1 3 2 0 867 402 277 y Atlanta NewOrleans 6 8 0 429 389 379 TampaBay 6 8 0 429 354 349 Carolina 5 9 0 357 296 319 North W L T Pct PF PA y-Green Bay 1 0 4 0 714 344 292 Minnesota 8 6 0 571 319 308 Chicago 8 6 0 571 321 240 Detroit 4 1 1 0 267 348 411

y-Houston Indianapolis Tennessee Jacksonville

W 12 9 5 2

West

W x -San Francisco 10 3 Seattle 9 St. Louis 6 Arizona 5 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division

L

5 7 9

T I 0

0

Pct PF PA 750 357 218 643 350 219 464 258 315 357 224 302

Saturday's Game Atlanta31, Detroit18

Today'sGames Tennessee at GreenBay, 10a.m. Indianapoliat s KansasCity,10 am. NewOrleansatDallas,10 a.m. Minnesotaat Houston,10 a.m. OaklandatCarolina,10 a.m. BuffaloatMiami,10a.m. Cincinnati atPrttsburgh,10a.m. NewEnglandatJacksonvile,10 a.m. Washington at Philadelphia,10a.m. St. LouisatTampaBay,10 a.m. San Diego atN.Y.Jets,10 a.m. ClevelandatDenver,1:05 p.m. ChicagoatArizona,1:25 p.m. N.Y.Grantsat Baltimore,1:25 p.m.

INDIVIDUALSTATISTICS RUSHING —Atlanta: Turner 13-41, Ryan2-25, Rodgers 6-14, Jones1-(minus 7). Detroit: Leshoure 15-46, Logan 1-13, Bell 4-10, Thomas1-8, Stalford 1-2. PASSING —Atlanta: Ryan25-32-0-279. Detroit: Stafford37-56-1-443. RECEIVING —Atlanta: White8-153, Jones7-71, Tumer4-16, Douglas2-6, Sneling 1-12, Rodgers 111, Gonzalez1-9,Palmer1-1. Detroit: C.Johnson11225, Bel9-73, l Scheffler4-41, Heger4-34, Leshoure 3-20, Durham 2-32,Robiskie1-5,Thomas1-5,Logan 1-4, Smith1-4. MISSEDFIELD GOALS— None.

NFL Team Statistics Waak15 Total Yardage American Football Conferen ce Offense Yards Rush NewEngland 6054 1914 Denver 5421 1542 Houston 5415 1988 Indianapolis 5246 1500 Oakland 5050 1258 Cincinnati 4867 1684 Pittsburgh 4832 1351 Buffalo 4771 1954 Baltimore 4755 1471 Tennesse e 4609 1529 4482 1950 Kansas City Cleveland 4475 1364 Miami 4427 1573 SanDiego 4323 1304 N.Y.Jets 4230 1694 3977 1154 Jacksonvile DEFENSE Yards Rush Pittsburgh 3826 1298 Denver 4300 1274 Cincinnati 4485 1414 Houston 4562 1305 N.Y.Jets 4617 1942 SanDiego 4733 1358 Miami 4884 1413 Kansas City 4928 1909 Indianapolis 5129 1746 Cleveland 5152 1689

Tennesse e 5165 1797 Buffalo 5173 2018 Oakland 5191 1715 Baltimore 5240 1851 NewEngland 5275 1490 Jacksonvile 5518 2074 National Football C onferanc e Offense Yards Rush Detroit 5691 1462 NewOrleans 5571 1398 Washington 5457 2307 Atlanta Dallas N.Y.Giants SanFrancisco

TampaBay Carolina Philadelphia Seattle GreenBay St. Louis Minnesota Chicago Arizona

SanFrancisco Seattle Chicago St. Louis Carolina Arizona Detroit Dallas GreenBay Philadelphia Atlanta

Minnesota N.Y.Giants Washington TampaBay NewOrleans

5284 1259 5252 1125 5104 1610 5064 2280 5025 1613 4970 1703 4939 1674 4902 2250 4886 1513 4648 1546 4596 2243 4283 1674 3699 1120 DEFENSE Yards 4102 4255 4475 4691 4699 4701 4725 4764

4764 4781 4961 5008 5284 5336 5515 6066

Betting line NFL

(Hometeamsin Caps) Favorite Open Current Underdog Today PACKER S 13 12.5 Titans PANTHER S 8 85 Raiders DOLPHINS STEELER S Patriots

Colts COWBD YS Redskins BUCS Giants TEXANS BRONCO S

Bears Pass 4140 3879 3427 3746 3792 3183 3481 2817 3284

3080 2532 3111 2854 3019 2536 2823

Pass 2528 3026 3071 3257 2675 3375 3471 3019 3383 3463 3368 3155 3476 3389 3785 3444

Pass

4229 4173 3150

4025 4127 3494 2784

3412 3267 3265 2652 3373 3102 2353 2609 2579

Pass

2826 2767 2949 3044 3048 2790 3053 3151 3164 3073 3213 3422 3552 3994 4349 4018

SEAHAW KS JETS

4 .5 4 . 5 4 .5 3 . 5 14 1 4.5 6 .5 7 3 3 4 .5 6 . 5 3 3 PK 2.5 7 .5 8 12.5 12.5 6 5. 5 PK PK 2 25

Bills

Bengals

JAGUARS CHIEFS Saints EAGLES

Rams

RAVENS Vikings Browns CARDS 49ers

Chargers

College Monday,Dac.24 Hawaii Bowl

1 15 1 2 5 Smu Wednesday,Dec.26 Little CaesarsPizzaBowl W. Kentucky 6 6 C. Mic higan Thursday,Dec.27 Military Bowl 7.5 7. 5 B owling Green Belk Bowl 10.5 7.5 Duke Holiday Bowl I (8) 1 Baylor Friday, Dec.28 IndependenceBowl 6 7 Ohio Russell Athletic Bowl Virginia Tech 1 2.5 MeinkeCarCareBowl TexasTech 13 13 Minnesota Saturday,Dec.29 ArmedForcesBowl Air Force 1(R) 1 Fight HungerBowl ArizonaSt 14.5 14 Pinstripe Bowl W. Virginia 4 4 Syracuse Alamo Bowl OregonSt 1 2 Buffalo Wild WingsBow Tcu 2 25 Monday,Dac.31 Music CityBowl Vanderbilt 6 6. 5 Sun Bowl 10 1 0 Ge orgia Tech Liberly Bowl Tulsa 2 .5 P K lowa St

Chtck-Ftl-A Bowl 4 4

Lsu

Tuesday,Jan.1

Hearl of DallasBowl OklahomaSt 18 17 Gator Bowl Mississippi St 2 2.5 Nor thwestern OutbackBowl 4 .5 5 . 5 Michigan Capital OneBowl 9 10 Nebraska Rosa Bowl 6 6. 5 Wisconsin OrangeBowl 14 1 3.5 N.lllinois

Wednesday, Jan. 2 Sugar Bowl 14.5 14

Thursday,Jan. 3 Fiesta Bowl TexasA8M

8 9 Cotton Bowl 3 .5 4 . 5 Saturday,Jan. 5

KansasSt

2 3 Sunday,Jan. 6 Go Daddy.comBowl

Pittsburgh

CompassBowl

Arkansas St Alabama

Louisville

Dklahoma

2 4.5 Kent St Monday,Jan.7 BCSChampionship 8.5 9. 5 No t re Dame

College

DEALS

FBS BowlGlance Subjectto Change AU TimesPST Saturday, Dec. 22 New OrleansBowl Louisiana-Lafayette 43, East Carolina 34

Las VegasBowl

BoiseState28,Washington 26

Monday, Dec.24 Hawaii Bowl SMU(6-6) vs FresnoState(9-3),5 p m (ESPN) Wednesday, Dec.26 Little CaesarsPizzaBowl Central Michigan(6-6) vs. Western Ken tucky (7-5), 4:30 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, Dec.27 Military Bowl BowlingGreen(8-4) vs.SanJoseState(10-2), noon (ESPN) Balk Bowl Duke(6-6) vs.Cincrnnati(9-3), 3:30p.m.(ESPN) Holiday Bowl Baylor(7-5) vs.UCL A(9-4), 6:45p.m.(ESPN) Friday, Dec. 28 IndependenceBowl Louisiana-Monroe(8-4) vs. Ohro (8-4), 11 a.m. (ESPN) Russell Athletic Bowl Virginia Tech(6-6) vs. Rutgers (9-3), 2:30 p.m.

Transactions BASEBALL

AmericanLeague BOSTONRED SOX— Assigned RHP Pedro Beato outright toPawtucket(IL). HOUSTONASTROS— Assigned 38 Brandon Laird and OFChe-HsuanLin outright to OklahomaCity

(PCL).

National League ARIZONADIAMO NDBACKS—Agreed to terms with OF Cody Rossonathree-year contract. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association HOUSTO NROCKETS RecalledGScott Machado from RiG orandeValey(NBADL). MEMPHISGRIZZLIES—Recalled G Josh Selby from Reno (NBADL). SACRAMENTOKINGS— Suspended C DeMarcus Cousinsindelinitely for unprofessionalbehaviorand conductdetrimentalfo theteam. FOOTBALL National Football League HOUSTONTEXANS— Signed S Eddie Pleasant from the practicesquad. JACKSO NVILLE JAGUARS Placed S Dwight Lowery oninjuredreserve.ActivatedLBDaryl Smith from injuredreserve. MIAMIDDLPHINS—Placed PKDanCarpenter on injuredreserve.SignedPKNateKaeding. (ESPN) MeinekaCarCare Bowl MINNES OTAVIKINGS—Wawed TEAllenReisner Minnesota (6-6) vs.TexasTech (7-5), 6 p.m.(ESPN) and G MarkAsper.Activated CB Chris Cook from Saturday, Dec.29 injuredreserve.SignedDEGeorgeJohnsonfromthe Armed ForcesBowl practicesquad. NEW ENGLANDPATRIOTS Si gned WR Kamar Rice(6-6)vs.Air Force(6-6), 845a.m.(ESPN) Fight HungerBowl Aikenfromthepractice squad. Arizona State (7-5) vs. Navy (8-4), 12:15 p.m. ST. LOUISRAMS—Signed CB Quinton Pointer from the practicesquad. (ESPN2) Pinstripe Bowl SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS— Signed LB Cam JohnSyracuse(7-5) vs. WestVirginia (7-5), 12:15 p.m. son from thepractice squadto atwo-yearcontract.

Bulletin Daily Paper 12-23-12  

The Bulletin Daily print edition for Sunday December 23, 2012

Bulletin Daily Paper 12-23-12  

The Bulletin Daily print edition for Sunday December 23, 2012