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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - November 12, 1985, Blytheville, Arkansas Football Poll Couiner News, Blytheville, (ArkJ—Tuesday, November 12,1965 — Page 7 - ' Three Rivers forward Clay Holt (44) confronts MCCC's Kenneth Williams (24) during last night's 77-72 loss to the Raiders at the Suns Gym. Holt, held in check for most the night, scored 21 points to lead the Raiders over the Suns and avenge last year's one-point loss here. Georgia Tech No 1 On Preseason Basketball Poll ByJlMO'CONNELL APSporU Writer Georgia Tech, which fell in a regional final last season, was chosen as the No. 1 team in The Associated Press preseason college basketball poll released today, one of five Atlantic Coast Coniference teams in the Top Twenty. The Yellow Jackets received 28 first-place votes and 1,192 points from the nationwide panel of writers and broadcasters, edging North Carolina, the team Tech beat 57-54 in the ACC tournament championship game last season. The Tar Heels, who received 13 fii'st-place votes and 1,148 points, were followed by Michigan, one of two Big Ten teams in the Top Ten. Michigan had 13 first-place votes and 1,141 points. Syracuse, one of two Big East teams in the Top Ten, was next with 936 points, followed by Kansas, four first-place votes and 921 points; Duke, the third ACC team, two first-place votes and 911 points: Illinois of the Big Ten, one first-place vote and 847 points; last year's national runner-up, Georgetown of the Big East, one first-place vote and 824; Louisville of the Metro Conference, 687; and Auburn of the Southeastern Conference, 670. which J)«i&been in last fouti^jliiVii'Was the top team in last year's preseason poll and held that spot for ail but five weeks of the season. The SEC was the only other conference to have more than two Rain Cuts ASU's Practice Sliort JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -Arkansas State only got an hour and 20 minutes of work done Monday toward wrapping up the Southland Conference football ti-Ue. Rain and a soggy field cut short the Indians' practice for Saturday's game against Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. ASU, leading the SLC with two games to go, worked on its passing game and reviewed mistakes made in a 41-12 victory over Southern Illinois. "It was basically just a teaching session," said Ron Calcagni, ASU quarterback coach. "We always try and devote Mondays to learning and recognition of our opponent's offenses and defenses.'' ASU coaches named offensive lineman Lonnell Sheard and backup quarterback Mark Rob-bins, along with fullback Ricky Jemison, as their choices as offensive standouts. Linebacker Mark Willis was named the Indians' defensive player of the week. The special teams honor went to Stacy Price, who tackled the Southern Illinois punter after a bad snap. representatives in the Top as Kentucky, which finished lltH, and No. 14 Louisiana State were also selected by the 63-member board of voters. Kentucky, now coached by Eddie Sutton, was ranked 18th in last year's preseason poll. But the Wildcats lost four of their first five games and weren't ranked again the rest of the season, despite advancing to the West Regional semifinals of the NCAA Tournament. Notre Dame, the only independent in the Top Twenty and one of seven teams to receive first-place votes, finished 12th and received the other first-place vote. Oklahoma was next, followed by Louisiana State; Memphis State, a Final Four team last year; Alabama-Birmingham; North Carolina State of the ACC; Nevada-Las Vegas; and, tied for 19th, Maryland of the ACC and Navy, schools 25 miles apart. Seven team$ in the preseason poll — Louisville, Auburn, Kentucky, Notre Dame, Alabama-Birmingham, Maryland and Navv — were unranked in the final poll last season. In addition to the Big East and Big Ten, two other conferences have two representatives in the poll, the Big Eight with Kansas and Oklahoma, and the Metro with Louisville and Memphis State. Last year's national champion, Villanova, is unranked, as is St. John's, a fellow Big East school and Final Four participant. Both teams lost several key players to graduation. Villanova was also unranked going into the NCAA tournament last season. 1.Georgia Tech (J8) . 27- 9 2.North Carolina (13) 27- 9 3.Michigan (13) 26- 4 4,Syracuse 22- 9 5.Kansas (4) 26 8 6.Dul(e (2) 23- S 7.lllinols (1) 26- 9 S.Georgetown (1) 35-3 9.Loulsvllle 19-18 10. Auburn 22-11 11.Kentucky 18-13 12.Notre Dame (1) 31- 9 13.0klahoma 31- t U.Loufslana State 19-10 15.Memphb State 11- 4 16.Ala. Birmingham 25- 9 17.N. Carolina State 23-10 IS.Nev.'Las Vegas 28- 4 19.Maryland 2S-12 (tie).Navy 26- « Pts Pvs 1192 « 1148 1141 93« 9J1 911 847 824 «87 «70 471 459 350 323 212 270 2«« 182 153 153 7 2 15 13 10 12 1 4 20 5 I« 9 Others receiving votes; Indiana 114, DePaul 107, Washington 10«, Iowa 103, UCLA 79, Arkansas 82. Houston «1, Virginia Tech «1, St. John's 58, Pittsburgh 39, Tennessee 33, Georgia 32, Alabama 28, Villanova 25, Pepperdlne 15, St. Joseph's 15, Texas-El Paso 15, Arizona 10, Dayton 8, Fresno State 8, Boston College «, Texas A&M 6, Virginia «, West Virginia «, Ohio State 5, Oregon State 5, Arizona State 4, Bradley 4, Loyola, ill. 3, Northeastern 3, Marquette 2, Lamar 1, Miami, Ohio 1, Old Dominion 1, Oregon 1, Southern Call.Penn State No. 1, Arlcansas 9tii By HER8CHEL NISSENSON APFootbaU Writer The college football season is far from over and, like it or not, Penn State is the fifth team this season to hold the No. 1 ranking. Osc Splits With Manila MANILA- The Osceola Girls plit their season-openers here Jonday night winning the senior high game 54-43 before losing the junior high contest 28-20 to the Laity Lions. aiiretta Broioks led Osc to victory with 18 points. Tracy Jefferson added ll and Cindy Darby chipped in eight. The Lady Semmoles shot l»4l from the floor and connected on 14-27 attempts from the free throw line. The Osceola junior high girls shot a poor 4-24 from the charity stripe and made only six of 36 attempts from the floor. Osc junior high girls will host Blytheville East Thursday ht while the senior high squad J return to action next Monday night at Luxora. ASU To PLay At Gosnell GOSNELL- Former Lady Pirates Beth Penn and Tania Dement will return home when the Arkansas State Lady Indians play an intrasquad game here ni^t. Gametime is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Gosnell G^nasium. Penn, a Junior, is a starting guard for ASU while Dement, also a guard, is a freshman. Cynthia Cotton, from Rivercrest, is also a member of coach Jerry Ann Winters Lady Indians. Adults will be charged $1 at the door while students pay 50 cents. All proceeds will go to the United Way of Blytheville for Gosnell Youth Activités. Following Saturday's 31-10 victory over Cincinnati, Coach Joe Patemo said: "As I've alwaj said, nobody's anything until season's over. That's exactly the way I feel about it." Nevertheless, the Nittany Lions, »« with regular-season games remaining against Notre Dame and Pitt, replaced Florida, which had been No. 1 for the first time in the 50-year history of the Associated Press poll and held it for just one week. Penn State, second a week ago, received 44 of 59 first-place votes and 1,143 of a possible 1,180 points Mondiay from the AP's nationwide panel of sports writers and sport-scasters. Meanwhile, Florida lost to No. 17 Georgia 24-3 and plummeted from first place to 11th. The rise to the top capped a season-long climb for Penn State, which was 18th in the preseason poll, 19th in the first regular-se-ason poll and has since been 11th, 10th, ninth, eighth, sixth, third and second. Oklahoma, Auburn, Iowa and Florida had previously been ranked No. 1 this season. Nebraska, which crushed Iowa State 49-0, moved up from third place to second wim nine first-place votes and 1,083 points. Ohio State trounced Northwestern 35-17 and went from fourth to third with two first-place votes and 1,021 points. Air Force, the nation's only 10-0 team, rose from fifth to fourth SPECIAL! SOFT'N FREE t CLASSY CURL $25M THE NEW IMAGE 223 V». Moin-HiJ: 9-6 Mon.-Fri. 9-5 Sat. Offir 8X|iii«s Dk. 15th dostd WsdiMsdoys AP Basketball Poll By Associated Press The Top Twenty teams in the Associated Press' preseason college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, total points based on 20-19 18 17 1« 15-14-13-12 1M0-9-8-7-«-5 4 3 2 1, 1984 85 record and last year's final ranking: Record Carhartt Camouflage Duck Htinting Overall Budt better than it has to be. •Heavy duty 100% cotton duck • Water repellent • Wind resistant and snag proof • Extra strong, triple-stitched main seams • Brass-plated rivets and thread bar tacks at stress points • Chap-type double front • Polyurethane coated nylon inner seat lining • Exclusive Carhartt hardware • Elastic shell loops on bib pocket • Reinforced back pockets w '-Vusf Rugged as the men who wear them HAWK'S 322 E. Moiii Pawn Shop And ArMySnrpliif 763 1288 905 points by walloping Illinois 594). Miami of Florida, a 29-22 winner over Maryland, vaulted from eighth place to sixth with 891 points. The remaining two first-place votes went to Oklahoma, AP College Poll The AP Tweirty By'neAnMiaMPreu The Top Twenty ttami in The Associated Prm collcg* football poll, with fIrtt-plact votes in parentheses, season record, total points based on 20-19 18 I7-1« I5 14 13 12 11 10-9 8 7 * 5 4-3 2 1 and last week's ranking: Record 1.Penn State (44) 9-0-0 2.Nebraska (9) 8-1-0 3.Ohio State (2) 8-1-0 4.Air Force (2) lO-O-O 5.Iowa 8-1-0 «.Miami, Fla. 8-1-0 ' 7.Oklahoma (2) «-l-o 8.Michigan 7-1-1 (.Arkantii 8-1-0 10.Oklahoma State 7-1-0 11.Florida 7-1-1 12.Georgia 7-1-1 13.UCLA 7-1-1 U.Auburn 7-2-0 15.Florida State 7-2-0 1«.Brlgham Young 8-2-0 17.Baylor 7-2-0 18.Tennessee 5-1-2 19.LSU 5-1-1 20.Alabama «-2-1 Ottiers receiving votes: Arizona Pts Pvs 1,143 2 1,083 1,021 941 905 891 883 744 1(2 «4« 577 548 494 43« 323 238 225 204 172 82 3 4 5 « 8 7 9 12 10 1 17 14 13 1« 18 n 19 15 20 which held onto seventh place with 883 points with a Sl-6 romp over Missouri. 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