Scoreboard (Jan. 11)


TODAY’S TV SCHEDULE

AUTO RACING

9 p.m. Dakar Rally (stage 7) NBCSN

BOXING

4 p.m. NABO lightweight title bout: John Molina vs. Dannie Williams ESPN2

GOLF

6 a.m. European PGA Tour: Volvo Champions (second round) * TGC

2 p.m. PGA Tour: Sony Open (second round) TGC

HORSE RACING

10:30 a.m. Trackside Live! FOXSP2

6 p.m. The Quarters FOXSP2

MEN’S COLLEGE HOCKEY

2:30 p.m. Union at Princeton NBCSN

5 p.m. Nebraska-Omaha at Denver NBCSN

NBA BASKETBALL

3 p.m. Chicago at New York ESPN

5:30 p.m. Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers ESPN

SATURDAY’S TV SCHEDULE

AUTO RACING

9 p.m. Dakar Rally (stage 8) NBCSN

BOXING

4 p.m. Light welterweights: Forbes vs. Perez

GOLF

4 a.m. European PGA Tour: Volvo Champions (third round) * TGC

2 p.m. PGA Tour: Sony Open (third round) TGC

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

11 a.m. Huntington Prep (W.Va.) vs. Cape Henry (Va.) ESPN

HORSE RACING

6 p.m. The Quarters FOXSP2

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

6 a.m. Georgetown at St. John’s ESPN2

7 a.m. Duke at NC State ESPN

8 a.m. Tennessee at Alabama ESPN2

8:30 a.m. Mississippi State at Georgia MNT

9 a.m. North Carolina at Florida State ESPN

9 a.m. Butler at Dayton NBCSN

10 a.m. Oklahoma St. at Oklahoma ESPN2

11 a.m. Texas A&M at Kentucky MNT

11 a.m. Boston College at Wake Forest FOXSP

11 a.m. Drexel at James Madison NBCSN

1 p.m. Penn at Princeton NBCSN

1 p.m. Vanderbilt at Arkansas FOXSP

2 p.m. Cal State-Northridge at UC-Irvine FOXSP2

3 p.m. Colorado St. at San Diego State NBCSN

6 p.m. Washington at Stanford FOXSP

NBA BASKETBALL

10:30 a.m. Orlando at L.A. Clippers FOXSP2

3 p.m. Phoenix at Chicago WGN

NFL FOOTBALL

11:30 a.m. AFC Divisional Playoff CBS

3 p.m. NFC Divisional Playoff FOX

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

11 a.m. West Virginia at Kansas St. FOXSP

* Tape-delayed broadcast

Today’s BIIF games

boys BASKETBALL

Varsity games follow 6 p.m. JV contests unless noted below

Ka‘u at Hilo

Kamehameha at Keaau

Pahoa at Waiakea

Honokaa at Kealakehe

Pro Football

NFL Playoff Glance

Divisional Playoffs

Saturday’s games

Roundup>Baltimore at Denver, 11:30 a.m. (CBS)

Roundup>Green Bay at San Francisco, 3 p.m. (FOX)

Sunday’s games

Roundup>Seattle at Atlanta, 8 a.m. (FOX)

Roundup>Houston at New England, 11:30 a.m. (CBS)

Conference Championships

Sunday, Jan. 20

Roundup>AFC, TBA (CBS)

Roundup>NFC, TBA (FOX)

Pro Bowl

At Honolulu

Sunday, Jan. 27

Roundup>AFC vs. NFC, 2 p.m. (NBC)

Super Bowl

At New Orleans

Sunday, Feb. 3

Roundup>AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 1 p.m. (CBS)

College Football

Bowl Glance

Monday’s result

BCS National Championship

At Miami

Roundup>Alabama 42, Notre Dame 14

ap top 25

Record Pts Pv

1. Alabama (59) 13-1 1,475 2

2. Oregon 12-1 1,358 5

3. Ohio St. 12-0 1,302 3

4. Notre Dame 12-1 1,288 1

5. Georgia 12-2 1,230 6

5. Texas A&M 11-2 1,230 10

7. Stanford 12-2 1,169 8

8. South Carolina 11-2 1,038 11

9. Florida 11-2 933 4

10. Florida St. 12-2 922 13

11. Clemson 11-2 889 14

12. Kansas St. 11-2 871 7

13. Louisville 11-2 781 22

14. LSU 10-3 756 9

15. Oklahoma 10-3 615 12

16. Utah St. 11-2 456 18

17. Northwestern 10-3 443 21

18. Boise St. 11-2 419 20

19. Texas 9-4 358 NR

20. Oregon St. 9-4 303 15

21. San Jose St. 11-2 243 24

22. N. Illinois 12-2 227 16

23. Vanderbilt 9-4 180 NR

24. Michigan 8-5 147 19

25. Nebraska 10-4 119 23

Others receiving votes: Baylor 95, Penn St. 90, Cincinnati 78, Oklahoma St. 42, Tulsa 34, UCLA 31, Arkansas St. 28, TCU 9, UCF 9, Wisconsin 6, N. Dakota St. 1.

USA Today 25

Record Pts Pv

1. Alabama (56) 13-1 1,400 2

2. Oregon 12-1 1,322 3

3. Notre Dame 12-1 1,253 1

4. Georgia 12-2 1,213 5

5. Texas A&M 11-2 1,171 9

6. Stanford 12-2 1,167 8

7. South Carolina 11-2 1,064 10

8. Florida State 12-2 942 12

9. Clemson 11-2 916 13

10. Florida 11-2 886 4

11. Kansas State 11-2 841 6

12. LSU 10-3 775 7

13. Louisville 11-2 772 18

14. Boise State 11-2 633 15

15. Oklahoma 10-3 600 11

16. Northwestern 10-3 580 17

17. Utah State 11-2 444 20

18. Texas 9-4 398 25

19. Oregon State 9-4 366 14

20. Vanderbilt 9-4 248 NR

21. San Jose State 11-2 244 24

22. Cincinnati 10-3 186 NR

23. Nebraska 10-4 175 21

24. Northern Illinois 12-2 156 16

25. Tulsa 11-3 110 NR

Others receiving votes: Michigan 101; UCLA 75; Baylor 52; Oklahoma State 36; Wisconsin 18; Central Florida 15; Arkansas State 13; Arizona State 10; Rutgers 9; Kent State 5; Louisiana Tech 2; Arizona 1; Ohio 1.

Men’s College Basketball

Major Scores

Thursday’s results

EAST

Bryant 103, Quinnipiac 95

CCSU 84, Sacred Heart 78

Iona 86, Marist 82

Monmouth (NJ) 65, St. Francis (Pa.) 60

Northwestern 70, Penn St. 54

Rider 69, Manhattan 60

Robert Morris 88, Fairleigh Dickinson 54

St. Francis (NY) 70, Mount St. Mary’s 56

Wagner 86, LIU Brooklyn 75

SOUTH

Belmont 107, SE Missouri 72

Chattanooga 70, The Citadel 65

Florida Gulf Coast 72, SC-Upstate 71, OT

George Mason 71, Old Dominion 46

Jacksonville 99, Kennesaw St. 92, 3OT

Kentucky 60, Vanderbilt 58

McNeese St. 75, Texas A&M-CC 71

Mercer 66, North Florida 47

Miami 68, North Carolina 59

Middle Tennessee 62, FAU 52

Samford 62, Coll. of Charleston 57

South Alabama 91, Louisiana-Lafayette 89, 2OT

Stetson 72, ETSU 70

Tennessee St. 80, UT-Martin 48

Troy 64, Louisiana-Monroe 55

MIDWEST

Detroit 101, Youngstown St. 60

Jacksonville St. 75, SIU-Edwardsville 62

Michigan St. 62, Iowa 59

Montana 77, North Dakota 62

N. Dakota St. 67, IPFW 55

Nebraska-Omaha 90, IUPUI 79

S. Dakota St. 81, Oakland 74

Saint Louis 70, UMass 62

Tennessee Tech 77, E. Illinois 73

Xavier 57, Temple 52

SOUTHWEST

FIU 66, Arkansas St. 64

Louisiana Tech 84, Texas St. 67

Oral Roberts 80, Northwestern St. 74

Sam Houston St. 68, Lamar 57

Stephen F. Austin 77, Cent. Arkansas 69

Texas-Arlington 75, UTSA 67

UALR 67, North Texas 53

FAR WEST

BYU 76, Pepperdine 51

Colorado 66, Southern Cal 60

Denver 55, Idaho 49

E. Washington 82, N. Arizona 59

Gonzaga 83, Saint Mary’s (Cal) 78

Loyola Marymount 84, Santa Clara 80

Montana St. 69, N. Colorado 66

New Mexico St. 83, Seattle 82, 2OT

Oregon 70, Arizona 66

Pacific 80, UC Santa Barbara 62

Portland St. 87, Sacramento St. 69

San Diego 70, San Francisco 66

UC Davis 69, Cal Poly 67

UCLA 57, Utah 53

Weber St. 81, S. Utah 74

Women’s College Basketball

Major Scores

Thursday’s results

EAST

Buffalo 60, N. Illinois 53

Canisius 51, Rider 50

Delaware 62, George Mason 27

Fairfield 66, Siena 59

Hofstra 64, Georgia St. 63

Iona 76, Manhattan 46

Niagara 54, St. Peter’s 46

Northeastern 71, William & Mary 69, OT

SOUTH

Auburn 76, Mississippi 52

Boston College 53, Virginia Tech 46

Drexel 48, James Madison 46

Duke 82, Clemson 45

East Carolina 60, Rice 41

Florida 61, Mississippi St. 55

Georgia 95, Alabama 83

High Point 70, Coastal Carolina 54

Kentucky 65, Texas A&M 62

Liberty 92, Charleston Southern 33

Louisiana Tech 71, Texas St. 58

Louisiana-Monroe 75, Troy 69

Maryland 84, Miami 62

McNeese St. 68, Texas A&M-CC 39

North Carolina 70, NC State 66

Old Dominion 65, Towson 55

Presbyterian 71, Longwood 62

Radford 72, Gardner-Webb 69, OT

SMU 62, Tulane 56

South Carolina 64, Vanderbilt 48

Southern Miss. 48, Marshall 46

Tennessee 84, Missouri 39

UAB 64, UCF 46

Virginia 62, Georgia Tech 51

Wake Forest 80, Florida St. 72

Winthrop 65, UNC Asheville 59

MIDWEST

Akron 81, Ohio 54

Ball St. 62, Miami (Ohio) 59

Bowling Green 69, Kent St. 33

Cent. Michigan 73, Toledo 66

E. Michigan 56, W. Michigan 52

IPFW 65, N. Dakota St. 58

IUPUI 60, Nebraska-Omaha 49

Illinois 65, Northwestern 47

Iowa 65, Wisconsin 56

Minnesota 83, Ohio St. 74

N. Iowa 75, Missouri St. 52

Nebraska 67, Indiana 38

S. Dakota St. 64, Oakland 43

Wichita St. 62, Bradley 58

Wright St. 71, Milwaukee 61

SOUTHWEST

Arkansas 63, LSU 54

Cent. Arkansas 57, Stephen F. Austin 54

Houston 77, Memphis 74

Oral Roberts 66, Northwestern St. 55

Sam Houston St. 59, Lamar 57

UTSA 59, Texas-Arlington 57

FAR WEST

BYU 57, San Diego 54, OT

Cal Poly 73, UC Davis 71

Hawaii 56, UC Irvine 46

Idaho 68, Denver 60

Idaho St. 80, S. Utah 71

Montana 77, North Dakota 45

Montana St. 65, N. Colorado 58

N. Arizona 83, E. Washington 68

Pacific 64, UC Santa Barbara 52

Pepperdine 71, San Francisco 67

Sacramento St. 81, Portland St. 77

Saint Mary’s (Cal) 54, Gonzaga 51

Santa Clara 58, Loyola Marymount 54

Seattle 60, New Mexico St. 54

GOLF

sony open

Thursday’s first-round scores

Scott Langley 62 -8 F

Russell Henley 63 -7 F

Scott Piercy 64 -6 F

Tim Clark 64 -6 F

Jeff Overton 65 -5 F

Stephen Ames 65 -5 F

Matt Jones 66 -4 F

Charles Howell III 66 -4 F

Matt Kuchar 66 -4 F

Tim Herron 66 -4 F

Brian Stuard 66 -4 F

Morgan Hoffmann 66 -4 F

Billy Horschel 66 -4 F

Webb Simpson 66 -4 F

Tommy Gainey 66 -4 F

Danny Lee 66 -4 F

David Hearn 67 -3 F

Ryan Palmer 67 -3 F

Marc Leishman 67 -3 F

Brad Fritsch 67 -3 F

Robert Streb 67 -3 F

Steven Bowditch 67 -3 F

Ben Kohles 67 -3 F

Charlie Wi 67 -3 F

Vijay Singh 67 -3 F

Erik Compton 67 -3 F

Ken Duke 68 -2 F

Tag Ridings 68 -2 F

Darron Stiles 68 -2 F

Carl Pettersson 68 -2 F

Keegan Bradley 68 -2 F

Brian Davis 68 -2 F

Shawn Stefani 68 -2 F

Justin Bolli 68 -2 F

Bart Bryant 68 -2 F

John Rollins 68 -2 F

Chris Kirk 68 -2 F

Russ Cochran 68 -2 F

Pat Perez 68 -2 F

Dicky Pride 68 -2 F

Alistair Presnell 68 -2 F

Dong-Hwan Lee 68 -2 F

Peter Tomasulo 68 -2 F

a-Scott Gardiner 68 -2 17

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Agreed to terms with RHP Jeff Gray, RHP Ramon Troncoso, LHP David Purcey, C Bryan Anderson, INF Josh Bell, INF Steve Tolleson and OF Stefan Gartrell on minor league contracts.

NEW YORK YANKEES—Named Marcus Thames hitting coach, Brian Baisley coach and David DeKay strength and conditioning coach of Tampa (FSL).

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

TAMPA BAY RAYS—Agreed to terms with C Craig Albernaz, OF Jason Bourgeois and RHP J.D. Martin on minor league contracts.

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

National League

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Agreed to terms with RHP Eddie Bonine, RHP Nelson Figueroa, RHP Warner Madrigal, RHP Garrett Mock, LHP Rommie Lewis, C Tuffy Gosewisch, INF Kila Ka’aihue, INF Mark Teahen, INF Josh Wilson, OF Jeremy Reed and OF Brad Snyder on minor league contracts.

ATLANTA BRAVES—Agreed to terms with RHP Wirfin Obispo, C Luis De La Cruz, C Matt Pagnozzi and INF Blake DeWitt on minor league contracts.

CHICAGO CUBS—Agreed to terms with INF Luis Valbuena on a one-year contract and OF Brian Bogusevic, C J.C. Boscan, RHP Andrew Carpenter, RHP Jaye Chapman, OF Johermyn Chavez, RHP Dayan Diaz, INF Alberto Gonzalez, RHP Jensen Lewis, INF Brent Lillibridge, INF Edwin Maysonet, OF Darnell McDonald, 1B/OF Brad Nelson, RHP Blake Parker, RHP Zack Putnam, LHP Hisanori Takahashi and RHP Cory Wade on minor league contracts.

COLORADO ROCKIES—Agreed to terms with RHP Manny Corpas on a minor league contract.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Agreed to terms with LHP Chris Narveson on a one-year contract and RHP Kelvim Escobar on a minor league contract.

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.

CLEVELAND BROWNS—Named Rob Chudzinski coach.

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).

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

COLUMBUS CREW—Agreed to terms with D Chad Barson.

FC DALLAS—Signed G Raul Fernandez.

LA GALAXY—Named Jovan Kirovski technical director.

PORTLAND TIMBERS—Acquired M Diego Valeri on loan from Club Atletico Lanus (Argentina).

COLLEGE

CATAWBA—Named Kevin Brown offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Chris Collins special teams co-coordinator and defensive backs coach, and Jordan Smith special teams co-coordinator and wide receivers coach.

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

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

MIAMI—Named Mario Cristobal tight ends and associate head football coach.

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

OKLAHOMA STATE—Announced the resignation of defensive coordinator Bill Young.