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KLEM Local Schedule (week of December 28)

MONDAY RESULTS - December 28

(college football bowl games)

MILITARY BOWL - (21) Navy 44, Pittsburgh 28
QUICK LANE BOWL - Minnesota 21, Central Michigan 14

(N-F-L football)

Denver 21, Cincinnati 17, OT

DENVER - The Denver Broncos clinched a playoff berth while preventing the Cincinnati Bengals from earning a first-round bye in the AFC playoffs. Brandon McManus hit a 37-yard field goal to cap the first possession of overtime before DeMarcus Ware recovered AJ McCarron's fumble to complete the Broncos' 20-17 victory over the Bengals in Denver. The Broncos' defense allowed just 294 total yards and held the Bengals to a field goal after Cincinnati built a 14-0 lead.

(college basketball)

(7) North Carolina 96, U-N-C Greensboro 63
(9) Butler 92, I-U-P-U-I 54
(15) Duke 105, Elon 66
(16) Villanova 77, Penn 57
(21) Utah 115, College of Idaho 74

NEW YORK - The top nine remain the same in the latest Associated Press men's basketball poll, with Kentucky climbing two spots to 10th. Michigan State was ranked No. 1 on 64 of 65 ballots, while second-ranked Kansas picked up the remaining first-place vote. Oklahoma is third, followed by Maryland, Virginia, Xavier, North Carolina, Arizona and Butler.  Iowa State remains 11th.  Iowa still continues to get votes.

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 93, Atlanta 87
Orlando 104, New Orleans 89
L.A. Clippers 108, Washington 91
Charlotte 108, L.A. Lakers 98
Brooklyn 111, Miami 105
Chicago 104, Toronto 97
San Antonio 101, Minnesota 95
Dallas 103, Milwaukee 93
Utah 95, Philadelphia 91
Cleveland 101, Phoenix 97
Golden State 122, Sacramento 103

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 4, Tampa Bay 3, SO
Washington 2, Buffalo 0
Nashville 5, N.Y. Rangers 3
Minnesota 3, Detroit 1
Los Angeles 5, Vancouver 0
Colorado 6, San Jose 3

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - December 29

(college football bowl games)

ARMED FORCES BOWL - California 55, Air Force 36
RUSSELL ATHLETIC BOWL - (18) Baylor 49, (10) North Carolina 38  (Gehlen Catholic marching performed at halftime in Orlando, Fla.)
ARIZONA BOWL - Nevada 28, Colorado State 23
TEXAS BOWL - (22) L-S-U 56, Texas Tech 27

(college basketball)

IOWA CITY -   The top-ranked Michigan State Spartans zipped through their non-conference schedule undefeated to climb up The Associated Press men's basketball poll. Their No. 1 status will likely end next Monday following a loss to Iowa in the Big Ten opener for both squads.  Mike Gesell scored a career-high 25 points and Iowa never trailed in an 83-70 triumph over the Spartans. The Hawkeyes led by as much as 19 in snapping a nine-game losing streak against Michigan State.  Peter Jok had 19 points for the Hawkeyes, who are 10-3 after their first win over a No. 1 team in 16 years.  The Spartans fell to 13-1 despite 21 points from Eron Harris.

Iowa 83, (1) Michigan State 70
(2) Kansas 78, U-C Irvine 53
(13) Miami 76, Princeton 64
(14) Purdue 61, Wisconsin 55
(17) S-M-U 81, Tulsa 69
(20) Texas A&M 82, Cal Poly 63
Temple 77, (22) Cincinnati 70
(23) Baylor 72, Texas Southern 59

BRIAR CLIFF CLASSIC
(W) Morningside 100, Waldorf 55
(M) Waldorf 80, Morningside 74
(W) Briar Cliff 70, Jamestown 65
(M) Briar Cliff 92, Jamestown 65

(N-B-A basketball)

New York 108, Detroit 96
Memphis 99, Miami 90, OT
Atlanta 121, Houston 115
Oklahoma City 131, Milwaukee 123
Cleveland 93, Denver 87

(N-H-L hockey)

Boston 7, Ottawa 3
N.Y. Islanders 6, Toronto 3
New Jersey 3, Carolina 2
Columbus 6, Dallas 3
Florida 3, Montreal 1
St. Louis 4, Nashville 3, OT
Winnipeg 4, Detroit 1
Anaheim 1, Calgary 0
Los Angeles 5, Edmonton 2
Chicago 7, Arizona 5

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - December 30

(college football bowl games)

UNDATED — Dak Prescott has closed out his college career in impressive fashion.  Prescott set a Belk Bowl record with 380 passing yards to earn MVP honors in Mississippi State's 51-28 romp over North Carolina State. He threw for four touchdowns while completing 25 of his 42 passes. Prescott also ran for 47 yards to become the fourth player in FBS history to throw for 9,000 yards and run for 2,500 yards in his career.  Prescott threw two touchdown passes to Brandon Holloway in the second half to break it open for the 9-4 Bulldogs.

In other bowl action:
— Rafael Gaglianone hit a 29-yard field goal with 2:27 left to give 23rd-ranked Wisconsin a 23-21 win over Southern Cal in the Holiday Bowl at San Diego. Badgers linebacker Jack Cichy (SIH'-chee) sacked Kessler on three straight plays in the third quarter after entering the game with two career sacks.

— Backup Jeremy Johnson threw for a TD and ran for another to lift Auburn over Memphis 31-10 in the Birmingham Bowl. The Tigers scored three touchdowns in a five-minute span beginning late in the third quarter to avoid the first losing season of Gus Malzahn's (mal-ZAHNZ') 11-year college coaching career.

— Lamar Jackson ran for a career-high and Music City Bowl-record 226 yards and two touchdowns in Louisville's 27-21 win against Texas A&M. Jackson also threw for two scores in leading the 8-5 Cardinals to their eighth victory in 10 games, and the third in their last four bowl appearances.

BIRMINGHAM BOWL - Auburn 31, Memphis 10
BELK BOWL - Mississippi State 51, North Carolina State 28
MUSIC CITY BOWL - Louisville 27, Texas A&M 21
HOLIDAY BOWL - (23) Wisconsin 23, Southern Cal 21

(college basketball)

UNDATED -- Abdel Nader led six Iowa State players in double figures with 21 points as the 11th-ranked Cyclones beat Coppin State 104-84 in its final tune-up for Big 12 play.  Deonte Burton added 17 and Georges Niang 15 for I-S-U.  Iowa State opens Big 12 Conference play Saturday at No. 3 Oklahoma.

(4) Maryland 70, Penn State 64
(5) Virginia 71, Oakland 58
(7) North Carolina 80, Clemson 69
(11) Iowa State 104, Coppin State 84
(15) Duke 103, Long Beach State 81
(19) West Virginia 88, Virginia Tech 63
(24) South Carolina 78, Francis Marion 56

BRIAR CLIFF HOLIDAY CLASSIC
(W) Morningside 79, Jamestown 63
(M) Morningside 90, Jamestown 88
(W) Briar Cliff 98, Waldorf 49
(M) Briar Cliff 98, Waldorf 78  (former Le Mars' standout Austin Homan had 15 pts. & 6 rebounds)

other G-P-A-C scores:
(M) Northwestern 78, Dakota State 59

(M) North British Columbia 85, Dordt 82

(N-B-A basketball)

Orlando 100, Brooklyn 93
L.A. Clippers 122, Charlotte 117
Toronto 94, Washington 91
L.A. Lakers 112, Boston 104
Chicago 102, Indiana 100, OT
Minnesota 94, Utah 80
San Antonio 112, Phoenix 79
Dallas 114, Golden State 91
Philadelphia 110, Sacramento 105
Portland 110, Denver 103

(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 3, Pittsburgh 2, SO
Washington 5, Buffalo 2
New Jersey 3, Ottawa 0
N.Y. Rangers 5, Tampa Bay 2
San Jose 4, Philadelphia 2

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - December 31

(college football bowl games)

ATLANTA — Greg Ward Jr. threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as 14th-ranked Houston outscored No. 9 Florida State 38-24 in the Peach Bowl. Ward passed for 238 yards and ran for 67 yards as Houston scored the most points allowed by the Seminoles this season. Sean Maguire was intercepted four times as the Seminoles fell to 10-3.

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Top-ranked Clemson has worked its way into the C-F-P title game by dominating the second half of a 37-17 win over No. 4 Oklahoma. Tigers quarterback Deshaun Watson ran for a touchdown and threw for another while rolling up 332 total yards. He completed 16 of his 31 throws for 187 yards, and also ran for 145 yards on 24 carries as part of Clemson's 312-yard ground attack.

ARLINGTON, Texas — The Tide have moved into the C-F-P championship game by posting a 38-0 pounding of Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl. Jake Coker completed 25 of his 30 passes for 286 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry had a pair of TD runs while carrying 20 times for 75 yards.

PEACH BOWL - (14) Houston 38, (9) Florida State 24
ORANGE BOWL (Playoff semifinal) - (1) Clemson 37, (4) Oklahoma 17
COTTON BOWL CLASSIC (Playoff semifinal) - (2) Alabama 38, (3) Michigan State 0

(college basketball)

(16) Villanova 95, (6) Xavier 64
(12) Providence 81, (9) Butler 73

(N-B-A basketball)

Milwaukee 120, Indiana 116
Detroit 115, Minnesota 90
Golden State 114, Houston 110
L.A. Clippers 95, New Orleans 89
Oklahoma City 110, Phoenix 106
Utah 109, Portland 96

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 2, Buffalo 1
Pittsburgh 5, Detroit 2
Carolina 4, Washington 2
Minnesota 3, St. Louis 1
Chicago 4, Colorado 3, OT
Dallas 5, Nashville 1
Los Angeles 4, Calgary 1
Anaheim 1, Edmonton 0
Arizona 4, Winnipeg 2

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - January 1

(college football bowl games)

OUTBACK BOWL - Tennessee 45, (12) Northwestern 6
CITRUS BOWL - (17) Michigan 41, (19) Florida 7
FIESTA BOWL - (7) Ohio State 44, (8) Notre Dame 28
ROSE BOWL - (5) Stanford 45, (6) Iowa (12-2) 16
SUGAR BOWL - (16) Mississippi 48, (13) Oklahoma State 20

PASADENA, Calif. - Fifth-ranked Stanford jumped out to a 35-0 halftime lead in a 45-16 pounding of No. 6 Iowa in the Rose Bowl. Heisman Trophy finalist Christian McCaffrey became the first player to collect more than 350 all-purpose yards in a Rose Bowl game, including 172 yards on 18 carries. McCaffrey also had four receptions for 105 yards, including a 75-yard scoring grab from Kevin Hogan on the game's first play from scrimmage.

GLENDALE, Ariz. - Ezekiel Elliott ran for 149 yards and matched a Fiesta Bowl record with four touchdowns to spark No. 7 Ohio State's prolific offense in a 44-28 win over eighth-ranked Notre Dame. Elliott scored on three short runs in the first half and added a 47-yard score to open the second in his final game for the Buckeyes. O-S-U rolled up 496 yards of total offense and finished with a 12-1 record while dropping the Fighting Irish to 10-3.

NEW ORLEANS - Chad Kelly completed 21 of his 33 passes for 302 yards and four touchdowns as 16th-rated Mississippi dismantled No. 13 Oklahoma State 48-20 in the Sugar Bowl. Three of those T-Ds were scored by Laquon Treadwell, who had six catches for 71 yards. Evan Engram and Cody Core each had over 90 yards receiving, while Kelly carried 10 times for 73 yards to help the Rebels finish 10-3.

ORLANDO, Fla. - Jake Rudock threw for 278 yards and three touchdowns in the 17th-ranked Wolverines' 41-7 victory over No. 19 Florida at the Citrus Bowl. Michigan had three touchdown drives of at least 70 yards and finished with 503 yards of offense against a Florida defense that ranked sixth nationally entering the game.  Michigan built on its 17-7 halftime lead by allowing just 28 total yards in the second half.

TAMPA, Fla. - Tennessee costed in the Outback Bowl as Joshua Dobbs threw for 166 yards and ran for two touchdowns to lead a 45-6 rout of 12th-ranked Northwestern. Dobbs scored on runs 14 and 18 yards, while Jalen Hurd rushed for 130 yards and one TD for the Volunteers. The Vols finish 9-4, while the Wildcats end up 10-3.

(college basketball)

Stanford 70,  (21) Utah   68, OT
Washington 96, (25) UCLA 93, 2OT

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 103, Orlando 91
Toronto 104, Charlotte 94
Miami 106, Dallas 82
Chicago 108, New York 81
L.A. Lakers 93, Philadelphia 84

(N-H-L hockey)

Montreal 5, Boston 1
Vancouver 2, Anaheim 1, SO

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - January 2

(college football bowl games)

SAN ANTONIO — The 11th-ranked T-C-U Horned Frogs fell behind 31-0 by halftime before earning a 47-41 win over 15th-ranked Oregon in the Alamo Bowl. Bram Kohlhausen's 8-yard TD run in the third overtime capped the scoring in the greatest bowl game rally since Texas Tech stormed back from 31 points down to beat Minnesota in the 2006 Insight Bowl. Kohlhausen passed for 351 yards and two T-Ds while starting in place of Trevone Boykin, who was suspended after a bar fight two days earlier.

TAXSLAYER BOWL - Georgia 24, Penn State 17
LIBERTY BOWL - Arkansas 45, Kansas State 23
ALAMO BOWL - (11) T-C-U 47, (15) Oregon 41, 2 OTs
CACTUS BOWL - West Virgina 43, Arizona State 42

(high school basketball)

(G) (#11-5A)Southeast Polk 53, (#10-4A)Bishop Heelan 36

(B) Sioux Falls O'Gorman 76, (#1-2A)Western Christian 64

(G) (#6-2A)Western Christian 58, Sioux City East 20

(G) (#14-5A)Sioux City West 58, Omaha Skutt (NE.) 48

(G) Sibley-Ocheyedan 65, Trinity Christian 39
(B) Sibley-Ocheyedan 71, Trinity Christian 50

(G) (#11-2A)Lawton-Bronson 72, Woodbury Central 60
(B) Lawton-Bronson 61, Woodbury Central 50

(B) West Lyon 61, Canistota (S.D.) 57, overtime

(college basketball)

NORMAN, Okla. — Buddy Hield scored 22 points and Number 3 Oklahoma beat 11th ranked Iowa State 87-83 on Saturday night to match the second-best start in school history at 12-0.  Ryan Spangler had 20 points and 12 rebounds, and Isaiah Cousins scored all 15 of his points in the second half for the Sooners in the Big 12 opener for both teams.  Oklahoma plays at Number 2 Kansas on Monday in what could be a Number 1 versus Number 2 showdown after top ranked Michigan State lost to Iowa on Tuesday night.  Oklahoma, the nation's top 3-point shooting team, made only 3 of 16 3s in the first half, but was 8 of 13 in the second.  Georges Niang scored 29 points, and Deonte Burton had 14 of his 19 points in the second half for Iowa State (11-2).

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Jarrod Uthoff scored 25 points, Peter Jok had 11 points and nine rebounds and Iowa erased a 17-point halftime deficit in a 70-63 upset victory over No. 14 Purdue on Saturday night.  The Hawkeyes (11-3, 2-0 Big Ten) have won four straight and eight of nine, including two upsets of Top 15 teams this week. They beat Number 1 Michigan State on Tuesday night.  Kendall Stephens led Purdue (13-2, 1-1) with 12 points, and A.J. Hammons had 11. The Boilermakers had won 15 straight at hole.  Purdue completely dominated the first half, using seven 3-pointers to build a 37-20 lead.  But the Boilermakers collapsed in the second half.  Iowa used a 13-0 spurt to finally take the lead, 48-46 lead with 7:30 to go.  And after Purdue tied it for the final time, at 48, Iowa scored five straight.

 

 

( 1) Michigan St. 69, Minnesota 61
( 2) Kansas 102, (23) Baylor 74
( 3) Oklahoma 87, (11) Iowa St. 83
( 4) Maryland 72, Northwestern 59
( 5) Virginia 77, Notre Dame 66
( 6) Xavier 88, ( 9) Butler 69
( 7) North Carolina 86, Georgia Tech 78
(10) Kentucky 83, Mississippi 61
(12) Providence 83, St. John's 65
(13) Miami 64, Syracuse 51
Iowa 70, (14) Purdue 63
(15) Duke 81, Boston College 64
(16) Villanova 85, Creighton 71
(17) SMU 72, South Florida 58
(19) West Virginia 87, Kansas St. 83, 2 OTs
(20) Texas A&M 92, Arkansas 69
(22) Cincinnati 76, Tulsa 57
(24) South Carolina 86, Memphis 76

G-P-A-C results:
(W) Morningside 87, Midland Lutheran 66
(M) Midland Lutheran 78, Morningside 49

(W) Concordia 77, Briar Cliff 75
(M) Briar Cliff 90, Concordia 82

(W) Doane 75, Northwestern 54
(M) Doane 82, Northwestern 75

(W) College of St. Mary 69, Dordt 42

(N-B-A basketball)

Brooklyn 100, Boston 97
Sacramento 142, Phoenix 119
Indiana 94, Detroit 82
Oklahoma City 109, Charlotte 90
Cleveland 104, Orlando 79
Milwaukee 95, Minnesota 85
San Antonio 121, Houston 103
New Orleans 105, Dallas 98
Utah 92, Memphis 87, OT
Golden State 111, Denver 108, OT
L.A. Clippers 130, Philadelphia 99

(N-H-L hockey)

Edmonton 4, Arizona 3, SO
Tampa Bay 3, Minnesota 2, SO
Columbus 5, Washington 4, SO
Detroit 4, Buffalo 3
Los Angeles 2, Philadelphia 1
Toronto 4, St. Louis 1
Florida 3, N.Y. Rangers 0
New Jersey 3, Dallas 2, OT
Pittsburgh 5, N.Y. Islanders 2
Nashville 2, Carolina 1, OT
Calgary 4, Colorado 0
Winnipeg 4, San Jose 1

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - January 3

(N-F-L football)

Houston 30, Jacksonville 6
Washington 34, Dallas 23
Detroit 24, Chicago 20
Buffalo 22, N.Y. Jets 17
Miami 20, New England 10
New Orleans 20, Atlanta 17
Cincinnati 24, Baltimore 16
Pittsburgh 28, Cleveland 12
Indianapolis 30, Tennessee 24
Philadelphia 35, N.Y. Giants 30
San Francisco 19, St. Louis 16, OT
Denver 27, San Diego 20
Seattle 36, Arizona 6
Kansas City 23, Oakland 17
Carolina 38, Tampa Bay 10
Minnesota 20, Green Bay 13

(college basketball)

(8) Arizona 94, Arizona State 82
(18) Louisville 65, Wake Forest 57
California 70, (21) Utah 58
Washington State  85, (25) U-C-L-A 78

(N-B-A basketball)

Chicago 115, Toronto 113
New York 111, Atlanta 97
Miami 97, Washington 75
Portland 112, Denver 106
L.A. Lakers 97, Phoenix 77

(N-H-L hockey)

N.Y. Islanders 6, Dallas 5
Florida 2, Minnesota 1
Chicago 3, Ottawa 0
Anaheim 4, Winnipeg 1

 

   

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