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Bulldogs head to Tampa for Outback Bowl
MSU will play Iowa on New Year’s Day lieve they’re top 10 in the coun-
try in run defense and up there
By Bret t Hudson the Hall of Fame Bowl. in scoring defense, too. They’re The coaching staffs, howev- very athletic on the back end.
er, should be a little more famil- “They’re very sound,” he
STARKVILLE — Bowl iar with each other. added. “They don’t do a ton of
games typically bring together MSU coach Joe Moorhead things schematically but what
teams that often don’t face each and running backs coach/run they do, they do well.”
other. game coordinator Charles Huff Iowa (8-4) is seventh in the
The Outback Bowl matchup
between the Mississippi State
were members of the Penn State Vs. Moorhead Ferentz nation in allowing 102.83 rush-
ing yards per game and is 11th
football team’s coaching staff “I think the familiarity will
and Iowa football teams is no in 2016 and 2017. The Nittany help a little bit, but certainly in scoring defense (17.4 points
different. Their meeting at 11 Lions beat the Hawkeyes both both meetings. They will be on Coach Parker does an excellent allowed per game). Iowa has
a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019, in times (41-14 and 21-19) in Big hand to help kick off the new job,” Moorhead said Sunday been top 20 in scoring defense
Tampa, Florida, will be the first Ten Conference regular-season year when the teams meet at on the Outback Bowl telecon- in each of the last three sea-
time the programs will meet on action. Raymond James Stadium, the ference. “They’re physical and sons, but that didn’t stop Moor-
the field. It also will be MSU’s Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz home of the NFL’s Tampa Bay strong up front, the linebackers head from getting the better of
first appearance in the Outback and defensive coordinator Phil Buccaneers. ESPN2 will broad- do a great job of playing down- the Hawkeyes.
Bowl, which used to be called Parker also were present for cast the game live. hill and attacking the run. I be- See Outback Bowl, 6A

victim was
beating her when
suspect shot him
Victim died in surgery
at Baptist on Saturday
Dispatch Staff Report

According to
Lowndes County
Sheriff’s Office re-
cords, a Columbus
man arrested for
manslaughter over
the weekend shot
the victim while the
victim was beating a
Stevie Moody, 26, has been
charged in the Saturday shooting
death of Tymechi-Ali Lachil Spann,
also 26.
Authorities responded to a car
crash at about 7:15 a.m. Saturday
near Greentree Apartments in East
Columbus where they found the
Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
driver of one of the vehicles, Spann,
The Columbus Choral Society sings during its concert “The Story of Christmas” Saturday night at First Baptist Church in suffering from a gunshot wound.
downtown Columbus. Phillip Stockton conducted the concert, which included other area musicians. The choir also performed Spann was taken to Baptist Me-
at the Louise Campbell Center for the Performing Arts in West Point on Sunday. See Manslaughter, 3A

Maker-movement gains headway in Starkville
SOCSD plans to create Makerspaces at every school
BY MARY POLLITZ bigger one, but that one didn’t work, Sudduth Ele- but I got it now.” mentary first
Furby is just one of many students graders Gianna
When Samantha Furby works in who use the Makerspace at Sudduth Russell and
her Makerspace, she’s unknowingly Sirita Chanachai
Elementary for a creative learning
learning life skills while she has fun. build with plas-
environment. tic cups in their
The first grade student entered The Makerspace, which is a class- Makerspace
the colorful Makerspace at Sudduth room stocked with building blocks, Friday after-
Elementary School on Friday and LEGOs, lightboards, craft projects noon. “We’re
immediately began building a cube and other hands-on manipulatives, just building
— one larger than her — out of PVC branched from the activities started something and
pipes. When her original plan wasn’t by Sudduth librarian Leslie Hunt. making sure
working, she didn’t let herself get it doesn’t fall
“I just started thinking, it would down,” Russell
discouraged — rather she learned be awesome to have it all in one room said. “I think
how to problem solve. for everyone to utilize,” Hunt said. we’re building a
“I’m building a cube, and it has to “(The kids) love it with just being castle.”
have six sides,” Furby said. “I tried a See Makerspaces, 6A Mary Pollitz/Dispatch Staff

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value is equal to the number of letters son” is the theme of Columbus’ Christmas Parade that
School District
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Board review
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Mark Alexander ■ West Point Christmas Parade: West Point’s Christ-
4 What Harry Potter character was Technology
Kindergarten, Annunciation mas Parade begins at 6:30 p.m. and will go through
recast due to the actor’s death Center
downtown. The theme is “It’s a Wonderful Life, West

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walking on in New York City in 1974? Point.” For more information, contact the Growth Alli-
High ance, 662-494-5121.
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Answers, 6B
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2A Monday, December 3, 2018 The Dispatch •

Say What?
Did you hear? “I think my whole team had a presence today. From tip to
finish we were dominant. We played our game.”
Where are the drones? Amazon’s Mississippi State women’s basketball coach Vic Schaefer
said, talking about his team’s 67-49 victory against No. 10
customers are still waiting Texas on Sunday. Story, 1B.

‘I don’t think you will see delivery
of burritos or diapers in the suburbs’
Drone analyst Colin Snow US-China trade truce seen
The Associated Press

Jeff Bezos boldly pre-
dicted five years ago that
see delivery of burritos or
diapers in the suburbs,”
says drone analyst Colin
boosting US stock market
drones would be carrying
Amazon packages to peo-
Drone usage has grown
rapidly in some industries,
President Donald Trump agreed to hold off bly respond quite favorably,” Sam
Stovall, chief investment strategist
ple’s doorsteps by now.
Amazon customers are
but mostly outside the re-
tail sector and direct inter-
for 90 days on the latest round of tariffs while for CFRA, said in reference to the
temporary trade accord. “I do think
still waiting. And it’s un-
clear when, if ever, this par-
action with consumers. the two sides try to settle their differences that a Santa Claus rally is in the mak-
The government esti-
ticular order by the compa- mates that about 110,000 By MARCY GORDON Saturday in a meeting in Buenos Ai- Markets opened the week in Asia
ny’s founder and CEO will commercial drones are AP Business Writer res with Chinese Leader Xi Jinping with solid gains after the Trump-Xi
arrive. operating in U.S. airspace, at the G-20 summit to hold off for 90 meeting. In early trading Monday
Bezos made billions of and the number is expect- WASHINGTON — The truce in days while the two sides try to settle the Shanghai Composite index
dollars by transforming the ed to soar to about 450,000 the trade dispute between the U.S. their differences. jumped 2.7 percent and the Hang
retail sector. But overcom- in 2022. They are being and China should boost rattled fi- That looming deadline, as well as Seng in Hong Kong added 2.8
ing the regulatory hurdles used in rural areas for nancial markets, at least through Trump’s threat to impose tariffs on percent. Japan’s Nikkei 225 index
and safety issues posed by mining and agriculture, the year’s end, experts say. But the an additional $267 billion of goods climbed 1.4 percent. The Dow and
drones appears to be a chal- for inspecting power lines stock market’s recent wild gyrations from China, possibly including iP- S&P futures contracts were 1.9 per-
lenge even for the world’s and pipelines, and for sur- likely will persist as the two coun- hones and laptops, had contributed cent and 1.8 percent higher, augur-
wealthiest man. The result veying. tries strain to reach a permanent to sharp declines in stocks since ear- ing a strong start on Wall Street.
is a blown deadline on his Amazon says it is still accord. ly October. After a steep decline in October,
claim to CBS’ “60 Minutes” pushing ahead with plans “The all-clear sign hasn’t flashed The agreement buys time for stocks steadied in early November.
in December 2013 that to use drones for quick yet but it’s certainly positive news,” the two countries to try to work out The selling picked up again as inves-
drones would be making deliveries, though the com- says Mike Loewengart, vice pres- their differences in a fight over Chi- tors abandoned high-flying technol-
deliveries within five years. pany is staying away from ident of investment strategy at na’s aggressive drive to acquire ad- ogy stocks amid concerns over the
The day may not be far fixed timelines. E-Trade. vanced technologies. U.S.-China trade tussle and slowing
off when drones will carry “We are committed to The U.S. was set to raise tariffs on In the short term, at least, strong global economic growth and bailed
medicine to people in rural making our goal of deliv- $200 billion in Chinese goods on Jan. market gains could be in the offing. on energy stocks as the price of oil
or remote areas, but the ering packages by drones 1. President Donald Trump agreed “I think the market will proba- plummeted.
marketing hype around in 30 minutes or less a re-
instant delivery of consum- ality,” says Amazon spokes-
er goods looks more and woman Kristen Kish. The
more like just that — hype. Seattle-based online retail

Salaried workers beware: GM cuts are warning for all
Drones have a short bat- giant says it has drone
tery life, and privacy con- development centers in
cerns can be a hindrance, the United States, Austria,
“I don’t think you will
France, Israel and the Unit-
ed Kingdom.
Cutbacks reflect a transformation underway in the U.S. U.S. metro areas have
lost a greater percentage
economy, with nearly every type of business becoming of white-collar jobs than
blue-collar jobs. It’s a phe-
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sunshine and sun
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Columbus Sunday
Sunday 74° 42°
Normal 60° 37°
Record 78° (1962) 21° (1964)
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Aberdeen Dam 188 165.35 +2.02 Dallas 52/35/pc 56/46/pc Phoenix 69/47/pc 72/50/pc
Stennis Dam 166 136.94 +2.02 Honolulu 83/73/pc 83/70/s Raleigh 52/34/s 46/26/pc
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Memphis 44/27/c 48/34/s Seattle 45/29/s 46/29/s
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Under the Capitol dome

Analysis: Espy had strong showing for Dem in Mississippi
The last time any Democrat had a comparable she won the rest
of Cochran’s six-
comment was “an exaggerated
expression of regard,” and she
grew up in Flint, Michigan, but
moved to Mississippi in the mid-
performance in a U.S. Senate race in year term, which
ends in January
read an apology more than a
week later during a televised
1980s to attend Alcorn State
University; he got married and
Mississippi was in 1988 2021. Espy was debate. stayed.
seeking to be- Terrence Wilson, a 52-year- At the same precinct, 64-year-
By EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS percent, according to unofficial come the first Af- old mortgage banker, said after old teacher Libby Moore vot-
The Associated Press results from the Nov. 27 special r ican -A mer ican Espy casting his ballot at a church ed for Hyde-Smith, saying the
election runoff. U.S. senator from in south Jackson that he voted Democratic Party is “too liber-
JACKSON — Mike Espy lost The last time any Democrat
a hard-fought U.S. Senate con- the state since Reconstruction. for Espy. Wilson, who is black, al.” Moore taught 28 years in
had a comparable performance Mississippi’s troubled racial said he was disturbed by Hyde- public schools and is now in her
test in Mississippi but had the
in a U.S. Senate race in Mis- history became a focal point Smith’s hanging remark. He second year of teaching science
strongest showing of any Demo-
sissippi was in 1988, when two during the runoff after a video described it as “inappropriate,” at a private school. Asked about
crat seeking that office the past
30 years in a state where Repub- sitting congressmen ran for a released Nov. 11 showed Hyde- given Mississippi’s history of vi- Hyde-Smith’s hanging remark,
licans have steadily increased job that was open because Dem- Smith praising a supporter at a olence, including lynchings. He Moore, who is white, said: “I
their power. ocratic Sen. John C. Stennis Nov. 2 event in Tupelo by say- said the state has been trying to thought it was a stupid thing to
Espy, a former congressman chose not to seek re-election af- ing: “If he invited me to a public progress and Hyde-Smith’s re- say.... I don’t think, personally,
and former U.S. agriculture ter 42 years. Democrat Wayne hanging, I’d be on the front row.” mark was “not a step forward.” that she meant anything racist
secretary, received 46.2 per- Dowdy received 46.1 percent of A separate video showed her in Asked if Hyde-Smith’s com- about it.”
cent of the vote, and Republi- the vote, losing to Republican Starkville talking about “liberal ment affected how people Moore said, though, that
can Cindy Hyde-Smith, who Trent Lott, who received 53.9 folks” and making it “just a little view Mississippi, Wilson said: Hyde-Smith’s remark gave peo-
had been serving in the Senate percent. more difficult” for them to vote. “People are still going to think ple reason to think, “‘Oh, well,
under temporary appointment Hyde-Smith is the first wom- Hyde-Smith’s campaign said whatever they think. I thought here Mississippi is again, doing
since GOP Sen. Thad Cochran an elected to either chamber of her remarks about voting were Mississippi was a certain way something stupid or showing
retired in April, received 53.8 Congress in Mississippi, and a joke. She said the “hanging” until I spent time here.” Wilson their racist side.’”

The following arrests
Area arrests
Choctaw County liable
were made by Lowndes
County Sheriff’s Office: for jailing woman 96 days
n Renaldo Thomas, 33,
was charged with domes-
tic violence/aggravated
without seeing judge
n Eric Green, 37, was
Thomas Green Fondren Cox Bell Blackwell
County and sheriff are asking the
charged with conspiracy
to commit a crime. Supreme Court to take up case
n Bruce Fondren, 41,
The Associated Press
was charged with posses-
sion of methamphetamine,
JACKSON — There are two remaining ques-
possession of metham-
tions left for a Mississippi woman who sued over
phetamine with intent to
being jailed 96 days without seeing a judge: Will
distribute and violation of
parole. the U.S. Supreme Court get involved, and if not,
n Michael Cox, 36, was Evans Gay Young McKinnis Fairley Cooper how much will she get paid?
charged with unarmed U.S. District Judge Sharion Aycock on Tuesday
n Christopher Evans, was charged ruled that Choctaw County and Sheriff Cloyd Hal-
carjacking. 26, was charged with pro- with a bench
n Derrick Bell, 37, was ford are liable for violating Jessica Jauch’s consti-
bation violation and no warrant. tutional rights. She set a March jury trial to deter-
charged with felony mali- driver’s license. n Deairi-
cious mischief and failure mine damages. However, the county and Halford
n Dianndra Gay, ous Coo- are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take up the
to appear.
23, was charged with a per, 26, was case. If the high court refuses to hear the appeal,
MDOC hold and probation charged as happens in most cases, the county will be out of
The following arrests
were made by the Oktibbe- violation. with pro- W. Royston Brown J. Royston legal options.
ha County Sheriff’s Office: n Brittaney Young, 31, bation vio- Jauch, now 36, was arrested on traffic charges
was charged with embez- lation and two counts of n Sean Brown, 47, was in 2012 and held after being served with a drug
n Christopher Black- charged with domestic vi-
well, 42, was charged with zlement. driving on suspended driv- indictment. While in jail, she says she was forced
possession of a controlled n Bianca McKinnis, er’s license. olence. to temporarily sign over her daughter’s custody
substance, stalking, pos- 20, was charged with do- n William Royston, 44, n Johnna Royston, 46, rights to her mother. After finally seeing a judge,
session of paraphernalia mestic violence. was charged with embez- was charged with embez- she was appointed a public defender and quickly
and trespassing. n Shonquell Fairley, 23, zlement. zlement. made bail. She was eventually cleared of the drug
charge after undercover video didn’t show her
committing a crime.
In Choctaw County, like many rural Missis-
sippi counties, circuit court only meets twice a

year, and the next meeting was months away. The
sheriff said he didn’t have to take Jauch before a
judge until court met because she’d already been
Continued from Page 1A indicted on a felony drug charge, thus establish-
morial Hospital-Golden the person out, she told LCSO Chief Deputy Dispatch reporter Mary ing probable cause for her detention.
Triangle where he died investigators, and Spann Marc Miley and Capt. Pollitz contributed to this Aycock originally agreed with that argument,
during surgery. forced the door open and Greg Wright did not re- report. dismissing Jauch’s case in 2016.
At about the same wouldn’t leave even when spond to calls from The
time as the crash, LCSO she tried to push him Dispatch by press time.
deputies responded to a back outside. At the time, Lowndes County Cor-
domestic violence call at the woman was holding oner Greg Merchant told
Greentree Apartments, her 10-month-old baby. The Dispatch Saturday
which authorities now She said Spann then that it appeared Spann
say was related to the car saw Moody and tried to left the apartment in his
accident. They arrested fight him, according to own vehicle, drove a few
Moody for manslaughter. the incident report. When hundred feet and collid-
Authorities did not re- the woman got between ed with a pickup which
lease more details of the the two, Spann grabbed then collided with a third
shooting over the week- her hair and began to hit vehicle, causing the acci-
end, but The Dispatch her in the face, she told dent. He said he did not
obtained a copy of the in- investigators. She said have any indication any-
cident report from LCSO Spann then choked her one in either of the other
Monday morning. and she started to black vehicles were seriously
According to the inci- out. injured.
dent report, when depu- The woman said she Spann and the wom-
ties responded to the do- couldn’t fight back be- an he allegedly attacked
mestic call at Greentree cause she was holding her share a child together.
Apartments, a woman baby, though she added According to the inci-
living there told them she thinks she dropped dent report, the woman
Moody shot Spann while the baby while she was told investigators Spann
Spann was beating and going in and out of con- had entered her apart-
choking her. sciousness. She said the ment once before when
The woman told dep- baby “fell and hit hard on Moody was there, and
uties that at about 6:45 the ground,” according to become violent with
a.m. Saturday, she and the incident report. her. She said that time,
Moody were in her apart- She told investigators he stole the keys to her
ment when she heard a she heard Moody telling apartment.
banging on her door like Spann to stop and then Moody is in custody at
someone was trying to heard a gunshot. She said Lowndes County Adult
get in. She put a chair in Spann then left the apart- Detention Center on
front of the door to keep ment. $25,000 bond.

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The little bird book
“I heard a it’s an altogether pleasant sound to
bird sing in the greet the day.
dark of Decem- More tips from the little bird book:
ber. A magical Don’t worry about feeding all year long
thing and sweet (unless you have cats); if the bird needs
to remember.” to migrate it will. If you chose to dis-
Oliver Her- continue feeding, the birds will survive.
ford, 1863-1935 Metal feeders are OK. Birds’ feet won’t
freeze to the metal. It’s OK to feed pea-
The decidu- nut butter. Their bills won’t stick togeth-
ous trees let go er. (Peanut butter in hanging pinecones
their leaves, the is a natural idea.) Using white sugar in
foliage folded Shannon Bardwell hummingbird feeders is OK, but not
into nothing- honey. You can leave your hummingbird
ness and the cold descended like the feeder up until the last bird is gone. (I
night sky. Simultaneously, flocks of still have my hummingbird feeder up
birds swarmed the birdfeeders hanging but will take it down when the Christ-
empty. The feeders stayed empty for mas tree goes up.)
most the summer, as Wilhelmina and I should mention this favorite little
Harry discovered by hiding in flower pocket bird book of mine is “Early Bird:
beds, creeping ivy and neighboring identification, so don’t hold me to it, but birds’ habit of sticking seed in the bark Eastern Backyard Birds,” by Millie Mill-
bushes they could snatch a bird, a from my little bird book’s description, of a tree and then “hacking” it with its er and Cyndi Nelson. The “Early Bird”
most colorful bird, in the blink of an I’m convinced the birds are red-breast- bill. The book also describes the call of book was published in 1990, probably
eye. Therefore, I let the birds fend for ed nuthatches — a cousin of the the red-breasted nuthatch as a “quiet- when I bought it. To my surprise, it is
themselves while nature provided boun- white-breasted nuthatch. Our nuthatch er high-pitched ‘ank.’” I’m not sure I still available. On the internet I found
tifully. And now that the cats are more has a black stripe across the face and can confirm the sound, as I can never some copies for $2.98. Miller and Nel-
visible and less threatening and food eye and a rusty-colored breast. They pronounce some bird book descriptions son have also published other practical
sources are scarce, I’m again filling the favor birdfeeders with seed and insects like the big bird book’s white-eyed vir- pocket books on nature things.
feeders. from the bark of conifer trees. From eo’s “chik-errrr-topikerreerr-chik.” Millie Miller dedicated “Early Birds”
A small bird in notable numbers the upstairs window I’ve seen many a I do know every morning as I’m to her mother “who was a bluebird her-
arrived last week. They are quick and nuthatch scouring the cedar trees. waking, I hear the chatter of the busy self in her day.” I love it.
chatty and flit from feeder to cedar trees The little bird book says the name little birds outside my window and quite Email reaches Shannon Bardwell of
and back again. I’m not good at bird nuthatch comes from “nut hack” — the possibly it is a quiet “ank.” In any case, Columbus at

Other editors

Youth tobacco
data highlights
dangerous trend
Years of hard work to reduce youth
tobacco usage are threatened by a new
The use of e-cigarettes has increased
dramatically among middle and high
school students, according to a recent
report, and the trend has sparked concern
from public health advocates. In fact, a
2016 report from the Surgeon General
calls e-cigarette use among U.S. youth
and young adults “a major public health
Those concerns came into even
sharper focus earlier this month when
the latest annual National Youth Tobacco
Survey was released. It found that 3.6 Mississippi voices
million middle and high school students
were current e-cigarette users, more than
double last year, as reported by the Daily
Journal’s Michaela Gibson Morris. Led by
Remembering Jeff Cole
that increase, overall tobacco use was also On Friday, the day after Delta on which our family elated. J.O. was moving to Greenwood.
up after having seen encouraging declines Thanksgiving, we buried home was built. “Quit doing For the next 22 years they were best
in each of the past two years. my step father-in-law. that,” we admonished him. friends. I met my wife Ginny at my
Among high school students, over- It was a beautiful cere- “One day you’ll sprint up parent’s Christmas party. Ginny was
all tobacco use dropped from about 25 mony at St. Philips Episco- the hill and fall over dead there with Dottie and Jeff.
percent in both 2014 and 2015 to below 20 pal Church on Old Canton in the driveway.” Which is Later in life, Jeff became a painter.
percent in 2016 and 2017. This year, it was Road. Rev. C.J. Meaders exactly what he did. Ginny and I both loved his work. Our
up to 27.1 percent. The trend is similar for played a beautiful song Two weeks before my house is full of Jeff’s magnificent art.
middle school students, with 7.2 percent on his guitar. The homily father died, we took a long While visiting my sister in Amster-
reporting tobacco usage this year. was lovely. And so we said drive through the Carroll dam, I walked out of the Vincent Van
One reason that e-cigarettes tend to goodbye to Jeff. County hills in his 1985 Gogh museum. “In 200 years, there’s
appeal more to children is the various fla- It was hard watching Alfa Romeo Spider, a car I going to be a Jeff Cole museum in
vors that are available. They’re also more him die. I had never Wyatt Emmerich still drive today. It was one Jackson as big as this one,” I predict-
difficult to detect. watched a person die slow- of those clear, crisp, sunny ed.
Juul and other similar e-cigarettes ly before, sitting by his bedside as he Mississippi winter days. My favorite Jeff Cole masterpiece
don’t look like cigarettes or tank-based gradually slipped away. In the end, he As we talked about life, I noted that is titled, “On the way to J.O.’s barn.”
vaping devices, so parents and teachers was skin and bones. He took one last he had lived an extremely lucky life. It hangs over our living room mantle.
often don’t recognize them. There is big breath and was gone. Nothing bad had ever happened to There was this one beautiful spot on
also no telltale smoke smell in hair and We wondered if he could hear us in him. No family deaths. No divorces. the way to my father’s barn. I saw its
clothing. the end. They say your hearing is the No illnesses. No children or business beauty and so did Jeff. That was an un-
The concern goes deeper than a worry last thing to go. Dottie, my mother-in- problems. spoken bond we always had together.
that e-cigarettes are serving as a gateway law, deliberately told him everything When he suddenly died two There is a four-acre wooded area
to other tobacco products. The devices was okay and he could go. His chil- weeks later at a relatively young age, behind my house, the remnants of the
are also more dangerous. dren were all fine. The cat would be I figured he got his bad luck all at old Fondren Plantation slave ceme-
The Juul delivers a pack’s worth of taken care of. Everybody was going to once, but now I’ve changed my mind. tery. By default, I have become its
nicotine in one pod. A similar e-cigarette, be just fine. And so he went, with his Although he missed some good years groundskeeper, slowly turning what
The Phix, delivers two packs worth of daughter Libba by his side holding his and never knew my children, he was was a thicket into something park like.
nicotine. And research has shown young cold stiff hand. spared the pain and indignities of old I am an atrocious artist. I cannot
brains are more vulnerable to the negative If Jeff had had the strength, he age. paint at all. But with the help of Russ
consequences of nicotine exposure. would have gone kicking and scream- One of the ageless questions is Bourland at Tri County Tree Service, I
In response to Morris’s story, Juul re- ing. He loved life. He was fascinated which is the best way to go. If we tried to recreate Jeff’s painting just 50
leased a statement noting that its devices by people. He was a character, smart, could all live until our health fails yards from where it hangs.
are intended only for adults. funny, unique. It is far beyond the and then die quietly in our sleep, that It is autumn now and the leaves are
“We cannot be more emphatic on this scope of this column to describe him would be ideal. But we don’t live in an falling. My patch of trees is beautiful
point: no young person or non-nicotine adequately. ideal world. I would rather go quickly. in a wistful way. When I gaze on it,
user should ever try JUUL,” it said, noting When we checked Jeff’s things out For those left behind, this is a I think of J.O. and Jeff and the over-
that the company’s mission is to serve as of Ridgeland’s Hospice Ministries, mixed bag. Slowly allows you to say whelming miracle of life and death.
an alternative to combustible cigarettes a blessed place, we laughed at the goodbye and adjust to the loss. A sud- How can such awesome people really
for existing adult smokers. near-empty bottle of Jack Daniels. He den death is an emotional shock, but it be gone? What is heaven really like?
We can’t agree more. And that’s why loved a bit of bourbon. is concentrated in time. How could it be better than it is on
careful attention must be paid to keep Just a month before, he told me he Life is such a profound mystery. Its earth?
such devices out of young hands. was going to beat this cancer. But it path is always hidden with twists and By winter, every leaf will be gone
That includes steps like tougher was not to be. There is one thing all of turns that defy logic. and the trees will be completely bare.
crackdowns on sales, limiting access to us must one day yield to: the power of Jeff and my father were roommates Then there will be this beautiful
certain flavors, increased awareness of death. at Ole Miss and lifelong friends. Imag- spring day when I gaze upon these
the dangers to teens, and strategies for As I watched him lying there on ine Jeff’s reaction if you had told him special trees in this special place and
parents and teachers to better recognize his hospice bed, it seemed as though back then that his college roommate’s be full of love, appreciation, peace and
them. It also includes stricter regulating I was looking at myself, or my wife, son would be by his side at the time of hope.
and labeling of e-cigarettes. or my father or my daughter or son. his death 70 years later. Life is strange Wyatt Emmerich is the editor and
The rising usage of e-cigarettes among Many of us will be lying there one day. in that way. publisher of The Northside Sun, a
youths is a dangerous trend. It’s time to Unless you are lucky like my father. Jeff was farming in Greenwood weekly newspaper in Jackson. He can be
get to work on stopping it. He was out running at age 65. He when my father bought the Green- reached by e-mail at wyatt@northside-
(Tupelo) Daily Journal would gun it up the first hill out of the wood Commonwealth in 1973. Jeff was
The Dispatch • Monday, December 3, 2018 5A

Americans begin saying their goodbyes to George H.W. Bush
Four days of events will include a state tributes
Bush, who died at his Hous-
ton home at age 94, will be bur-
cy” because of his foreign policy
funeral at Washington’s National Cathedral the world have
been pouring in
ied Thursday on the grounds of
his presidential library at Texas
“Yes, he’s a one-term presi-
dent ... but he is going to be and
on Wednesday and a private service at Bush’s since his death A&M University. was a very consequential one-
Friday night. In Washington, D.C., he will term president. And I would ar-
longtime church in Houston on Thursday Former Secre- lie in state in the Capitol Rotun- gue far and away the best one-
tary of State Colin da from 7:30 p.m. Monday to term president we’ve ever had,”
By DARLENE SUPERVILLE bestowed on a man who earned Bush
Powell called him 8:45 a.m. Wednesday. President Baker told ABC’s “This Week.”
and IVAN MORENO the respect and admiration of “a perfect American” for how Donald Trump, who ordered fed- Bush’s crowning achieve-
The Associated Press many with his leadership, brav- “he served the country in so eral offices closed for a national ment as president was assem-
ery and grace. many capacities.” day of mourning on Wednesday, bling the international military
WASHINGTON — Ameri- The public viewing will kick “He never forgot who he was,” is to attend with first lady Mela- coalition that liberated the tiny,
cans will begin saying goodbye off four days of events that will Powell, chairman of the Joint nia Trump and other high-rank- oil-rich nation of Kuwait from in-
to former President George include a state funeral at Wash- Chiefs of Staff during Bush’s ing officials. vading Iraq in 1991 in a war that
H.W. Bush on Monday when his ington’s National Cathedral on presidency, told ABC’s “This James Baker, Bush’s former lasted just 100 hours. He also
body arrives in Washington for Wednesday and a private ser- Week” on Sunday. “He never chief of staff and secretary of presided over the end of the Cold
public viewing in the Capitol Ro- vice at Bush’s longtime church let it all go to his head. He was a state, called his boss’s tenure in War between the United States
tunda — a rare honor that will be in Houston on Thursday. But man of great humility.” office “a consequential presiden- and the former Soviet Union.

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Cemetery near Phe- made to LeBonheur Christian Church. born Nov. 28, 1951,
service times, are provided ba. Visitation will be Children’s Hospital, 848 In addition to his in Tupelo, to the late
free of charge. Extended obit- from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday Adams Ave., Memphis, parents, he was preced- Manuel and Eva Mae
uaries with a photograph, de- at the funeral home. TN 38103 or to Sanc- ed in death by his wife, Sullivan Sancillo. He
tailed biographical information Calvert Funeral Home tuary Hospice House, Mary Caroline Savage; was a 1969 graduate
and other details families may is in charge of arrange- 5159 West Main St., and sister, Eloise Pitt- of Nettleton High
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homes unless the deceased’s born July 11, 1936, in Kathi Collins his sons, Mike Savage was formerly employed
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Floyd Sizemore Sr. and William Dee “Bill” April 4, 1930, in Mem- Services will be at 11 incomplete and will be
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Dec. 1, 2018, at Sanctu- 11 grandchildren; and age. He was a graduate Tony Sancillo and the
ary Hospice House in 22 great-grandchildren. of Mississippi State Rev. Dan Finney offici-
Tupelo. Pallbearers will be University and was a ating. Burial will follow
A Celebration of Zack Walker, Robert U.S. Navy veteran. He at Liberty Cemetery.
Life service will be at Champion, Larry Walk- was formerly employed Visitation will be from
10 a.m. Wednesday at er, Eddie Strickland, in the accounting and 5-8 p.m. Monday at the
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Top tot toys? Blocks and boxes
backed over high-tech toys
Studies suggest heavy use of electronic media may Studies also
found that more than 90

interfere with children’s speech and language development, percent of U.S. kids have
used mobile devices and
replace important playtime with parents and lead to obesity most started using them
before age 1.
By LINDSEY TANNER co-author of a new re- Simpler hands-on toys The pediatricians’
AP Medical Writer port on selecting toys that parents and young group recommends no
for young children, up to children can play with screen time for children
Skip the costly elec- around age 5. together are preferable
tronic games and flashy up to age 2, and says total
Many parents feel for healthy development, screen time including TV
digital gizmos. Pediatri- pressured by ads pro- said Mendelsohn, a pedi-
cians say the best toys and computer use should
moting tablet-based toys atrician at NYU Langone
for tots are old-fashioned be less than one hour dai-
and games as educational Health in New York.
hands-on playthings that and brain-stimulating but The report published ly for ages 2 and older.
young children can enjoy there’s not much science Monday by the American “A little bit of screen
with parents — things like to back up those claims, Academy of Pediatrics time here and there is un-
blocks, puzzles — even Mendelsohn said. Their cites studies suggesting likely to have much harm
throwaway cardboard main misconception: that heavy use of electron- if a child otherwise has
boxes — that spark imagi- “The toy that is best is ic media may interfere other activity,” Mendel-
nation and creativity. the one that is the most with children’s speech sohn said. But he added
“A cardboard box can expensive or has the most and language develop- that screen time can over-
be used to draw on, or bells and whistles or is ment, replace important whelm young children
made into a house,” said the most technologically playtime with parents and and is difficult to limit and
Dr. Alan Mendelsohn, sophisticated.” lead to obesity. control.

Damaging police report looms over Netanyahu re-election bid
The Associated Press Netanyahu denied the in a speech on Sunday, iday speech went to dis-
latest allegations. But his Netanyahu called the in- missing the allegations,
JERUSALEM — Is- fate now lies in the hands of vestigation a “witch hunt” and the boisterous crowd
raeli police on Sunday his attorney general, who that was “tainted from the of hundreds of party mem-
recommended indicting will decide in the coming start.” bers rallied behind him.
Prime Minister Benja- months whether the prime “Israel is a law-abiding Sunday’s decision fol-
min Netanyahu on brib- minister should stand trial country. And in a law-abid- lowed a lengthy investiga-
ery charges, adding to a on a host of corruption al- ing country police recom- tion into a case involving
growing collection of legal legations that could play a mendations have no legal Netanyahu’s relationship
troubles that have clouded central role in next year’s weight,” he told his Likud with Shaul Elovitch, the
the longtime leader’s pros- election campaign. party at a Hannukah can- controlling shareholder
pects for pursuing re-elec- In a scathing attack dle-lighting ceremony. of Israel’s telecom giant
tion next year. on police investigators Most of his half-hour hol- Bezeq.
6A Monday, December 3, 2018 The Dispatch •

Mary Pollitz/Dispatch Staff
West Elementary librarian Stephanie Montgomery builds a prototype Friday afternoon at The Idea Box, a Maker-
space, on Main Street. Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District librarians learned ways to implement
Makerspaces in their libraries and schools throughout professional development Friday.

Continued from Page 1A
creative and it helps them cation,” Floyd said. “The Burton said. “The librar- eral items and choices for
with behavior issues. It is communication skills ies are supposed to be the our students and teachers
amazing (because) some they learn here, they take hub of each of the schools, to use. I’m just real excit-
of the kids ... have had that back to the classroom so that’s where we start- ed about the hands-on
difficulty doing certain in academics. They’ve ed.” activities to help the stu-
things, but in here it’s started working better Librarians from each dents build their critical
kind of like everyone is on together in both reading of the SOCSD schools thinking skills.”
the same level.” and math and are even met Friday afternoon for Montgomery said she
At Sudduth, classroom helping each other. I love professional development hopes to have coding
teachers can use a sign- bringing them here.” to continue that maker
toys, flexi-straws, LEGOs
up sheet to bring their Floyd added the Mak- movement district-wide.
and other build-able items
students to the Maker- erspace’s learning envi- Burton said the district
space for about a 40-min- purchased a number of ready for teachers to
ronment gives her and “check-out.”
ute block. her students a chance to hands-on manipulatives
Hunt said though the to test the waters with Moving forward, Bur-
build a stronger relation-
Makerspace offers a num- children and see their in- ton said she will meet
ber of “advanced” proj- terests. with librarians in January
“I get to sit and build
ects for children to use, Though a set plan is to continue expanding on
with them even,” she said.
most enjoy the simple “We talk about things that not in place, Burton said the Makerspace which
aspect of building. Stu- aren’t academic in here. I by the end of the school started at Sudduth Ele-
dents focus their energy ask them about their fam- year, each school will mentary.
on those projects, such as ily and weekend and I get create a “maker-area.” “I think it’s so im-
unsharpened pencils to to tell them about myself With some school’s lim- portant for us to join this
build towers or stacking ited space, Burton said movement, so that the
empty plastic cups. She schools may have mobile kids that are hands-on
added the students tend carts stocked with the learners and out-of-the-
to use their imagination Plan in action same type of materials al- box thinkers, that they
more with the less ad- Brandi Burton, ready at Sudduth.
Starkville Oktibbeha have just as much of an
vanced materials. West Elementary li-
Consolidated School Dis- advantage as the students
First grade teacher brarian Stephanie Mont-
trict grants and innova- that are just academic,”
Mya Floyd said she tries gomery has already start-
to bring her class at least tive strategy specialist, ed brainstorming creative Burton said. “We just
once a week. Not only do has been working to cre- ways to help her students need to make sure we
her students get to work ate similar Makerspaces at her school. have opportunities for
creatively, but she has in schools throughout the “I’m really excited every type of learner, and
started to notice a differ- district. about Makerspace com- with the things that will
ence in classroom behav- “Maker movement is ing into our schools,” be available in these spac-
ior. pretty much across the Montgomery said. “I plan es, every type of learner
“It helps them analyze nation, and we wanted to on getting ourselves a will be catered to in some
and work on communi- bring that to Starkville,” large cart and having sev- way.”

Outback Bowl
Continued from Page 1A
Moorhead’s offenses
gained 599 yards against
2019 Outback Bowl ity will play a factor. MSU
defensive coordinator
the College Football Play-
off rankings, which was
■ WHO: Mississippi State
Iowa in 2016 and 579 in vs. Iowa Bob Shoop also worked at its highest finish since
2017. Two turnovers and ■ WHEN: Tuesday, Jan. 1, Penn State before Moor- 2014.
two missed field goals 2019 at 11 a.m. head arrived, and Ferentz NOTE: Tickets for
are the primary reasons ■ WHERE: Tampa, Florida coached against him. the Outback Bowl are on
the 2017 point total (21) ■ HOW TO GO: Tickets on sale On all fronts, both
at sale at
didn’t look more like the and start at $80 coaches believe the famil- bowltickets and start at
one from 2016 (41). ■ HOW TO WATCH: ESPN2 iarity with one another $80. MSU’s ticket allot-
Moorhead’s Nittany Li- will play a role to a de- ment is located on the east
ons had success in differ- gree. side of Raymond James
ent ways. Their produc- to utilize the quarterback “There will be some Stadium. The NFL’s clear
tion in the 2017 featured position,” Ferentz said. common themes. The bag policy will be in place.
295 rushing yards and “(Quarterback Trace) Mc- other point of that is Follow Dispatch sports
284 passing yards and 51 Sorley at Penn State was (Moorhead) has a differ- writer Brett Hudson on
carries compared to 48 very difficult to defend. I ent team than he had at Twitter @Brett_Hudson
pass attempts. In 2016, understand these are dif- Penn State and a different
Penn State leaned on 359 ferent body types, but still group of players, so I’m
rushing yards (52 carries an excellent leader and a sure there will be some
to 18 pass attempts) to dual-threat type guy. variance,” Ferentz said.
blow out Iowa. “When you play teams “Philosophically, I’m
Having seen Moor- with running quarter- guessing there will be
head’s offense at its best, backs, it’s kind of like parallels,” he added.
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz playing a 12-man of- MSU (8-4) will make
knows what to expect in fense,” he added. “… I its school-record ninth-
the Outback Bowl. know it’s going to be a straight bowl appearance.
“The one thing I know great challenge.” This will be the third-
about Coach Moorhead The matchup of Iowa’s straight year the Bulldogs
— as I understand it, their defense against Moor- will play a bowl game in
quarterback is a tremen- head’s offense isn’t the the state of Florida.
dous player — he’s going only place where familiar- MSU finished No. 18 in
Adam Minichino

THE DISPATCH n CDISPATCH.COM n Monday, December 3, 2018

Bulldogs pass
first ranked test
Holmes has 17 points to lead No. 6 MSU
to fast start, win against No. 10 Texas
From Staff and Wire Reports

AUSTIN, Texas — The Mississippi State
women’s basketball team’s toughest test of the
early season had a familiar result: another rout.
Jazzmun Holmes scored 17 points, Chloe
Bibby had 14, and Teaira
McCowan rebounded her way
to a school record to help No.
6 MSU roll past No. 10 Texas
67-49 on Sunday in the SEC/Big 12
The Bulldogs entered the
marquee matchup of powerhouse
programs braced for a slugfest Holmes
after a series of early season
blowouts. MSU has made it to the NCAA tour-
nament final the last two seasons and Texas has
advanced to the Sweet 16 or further each of the
last four years.
The Bulldogs barely gave the Longhorns a
chance to take the floor before they were run-
ning them off their home court.
“I think my whole team had a presence today,”
MSU coach Vic Schaefer said. “From tip to finish
we were dominant. We played our game.”
MSU earned its first victory against a top-10
squad this season. For the first time in school
history, MSU held a top-10 team to less than 50
MSU also outscored Texas 48-28 in the paint
and forced 22 turnovers. McCowan’s 12 rebounds
gave her 1,109 for her career, breaking the school
record of 1,108 set by LaToya Thomas. And while
the score fell far below their average of 97 points,
the Bulldogs were in complete control.
MSU (8-0) ended the first quarter with a
10-0 run. The Bulldogs led by 17 at halftime
and stretched it to 24 in the third quarter. Even
when Texas made a run late in the period, Bibby
beat the shot-clock buzzer with a layup and then
made a 3-pointer to push the lead back to 20 to
start the fourth quarter.
Sug Sutton scored 16 points for Texas (7-1).
The Longhorns scored their fewest points since
they had 48 in loss to Baylor in 2016.
See MSU, 2B
John David Mercer/USA TODAY Sports
Alabama football coach Nick Saban and his players hold the Southeastern Conference championship trophy after Game 9
the No. 1 Crimson Tide defeated No. 4 Georgia 35-28 on Saturday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. n No. 22 Marquette, 7 p.m., Thursday

Final Four set for playoff
(SEC Network+; WKBB-FM 100.9, WFCA-FM 107.9).

High School standout Tyler Stevenson helped lead
the Southern Mississippi men to a victory against
Clemson back for fourth year COLLEGE FOOTBALL Alabama will take on Oklahoma Rust College on Sunday.
n Also, the Ole Miss and Alabama women lost;
in a row, will face Notre Dame PLAYOFF in first step in quest to repeat Men’s, Women’s Scores. Page 4B
Cotton Bowl Classic

Huskies dominate
At Arlington, Texas
Semifinals — Dec. 29
The Associated Press The Associated Press
n Notre Dame (12-0) vs.
Clemson (13-0), 3 p.m. (ESPN)

in battle for No. 1
Orange Bowl
Clemson football team played Notre At Miami Gardens, Florida Alabama football team was the easy
Dame during a hurricane on the way Semifinals — Dec. 29 pick. Oklahoma was the difficult
to its first College Football Playoff n Oklahoma (12-1) vs. choice.
appearance. Alabama (13-0), 7 p.m. (ESPN) They’re on equal footing now. By JOHN FINERAN
Now the ACC champion Tigers (13- Top-seeded Alabama (13-0) will The Associated Press
0, No. 2 CFP) are in football’s final four Inside continue its quest for a second-consec-
for the fourth season in a row, and tak- utive national championship in the Or- SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Geno Auriemma
ing on playoff first-timer Notre Dame FOOTBALL: Mississippi State
ange Bowl on Dec. 29, when the Crim- believes there’s a lot to like about Connecticut’s
(12-0, No. 3 CFP) in the Cotton Bowl will take on Iowa in the son Tide will take on the fourth-seeded latest star in the making, freshman Christyn
on Dec. 29. Outback Bowl. Page 1A Sooners (12-1) — who got to the Col- Williams.
The national semifinal will be the n Also, Bowl Schedule. lege Football Playoff semifinals on the Williams scored 16 of her season-high 28
See CLEMSON, 2B Page 3B See ALABAMA, 2B points in the first quarter to help the No. 2 UCo-
nn women’s basketball team dominate No. 1 No-
tre Dame 89-71 on Sunday.
“Christyn adds a big dimension to our team,”
BOXING Auriemma said of his 5-foot-11 guard from Little
Rock, Arkansas. “She’s fearless. I was upset we

Wilder keeps title after split draw with Fury didn’t give it to her more in the second quarter
(when Williams had zero points). I wish she was
6-3. She is one of the rare individuals that comes
along that know who they are. She knows who
By GREG BEACHAM showdown. clearly out- bouts of drug abuse and
The Associated Press she is.”
Wilder boxed Wild- depression.
Williams hit 7 of 8 shots in the first quarter on
and Fury er for large “I hope I did you all
LOS ANGELES — way to making 11 of 16 in the game to lead five
fought to a portions of proud after nearly three
Tyson Fury dominated Huskies in double figures. Her 16 first-quarter
split draw their meet- years out of the ring,”
long stretches of his points were one off her previous game high of 17
Saturday ing at Sta- Fury said. “I was never points against Purdue on Nov. 24.
heavyweight title bout
night, with ples Center. going to be knocked out “I didn’t even know I did that,” Williams said.
against Deontay Wilder
W i l d e r Wilder Fury Fury ap- tonight. I showed good “I was just being aggressive, listening to my
with shifty technique and
retaining peared to heart to get up. I came coaches and playing off my teammates. We want-
graceful defense.
He still ended up flat his WBC be on his here tonight and I fought ed this one bad.”
on the canvas in the 12th heavyweight title after way to a decision victory my heart out.” It was Williams’ basket with 6 minutes, 36
round, his eyes rolling knocking down his Brit- when he came out for the While Wilder kept his seconds left in the first quarter that gave UConn
backward while Wilder ish challenger twice. final round — and a min- belt, Fury remained the an 8-6 lead that it would not relinquish against
celebrated above him. “One hundred percent ute later, he looked total- unofficial lineal champion Muffet McGraw’s 7-1 Irish, who saw their 28-
Fury somehow gath- we’ll do the rematch,” Fury ly finished when Wilder of the heavyweight divi- game winning streak at home ended by the Hus-
ered his wits, rose and said. “We are two great put him on his back with sion by virtue of his victo- kies. UConn has all three victories against Notre
made it to the final bell. champions. Me and this a right-left combination. ry over Wladimir Klitsc- Dame in its last 100 home games at the Purcell
That’s when both hulk- man are the two best heavy- Yet Fury rose, summon- hko in November 2015. Pavilion.
ing men heard a verdict weights on the planet.” ing strength at the critical Judge Robert Tapper Napheesa Collier had 16 points along with 15
that didn’t satisfy them, Wilder (40-0-1) floored moment of his comeback scored the fight 114-112 rebounds and three blocks, All-American Katie
but nearly guaranteed a Fury (27-0-1) in the ninth from a two-and-a-half- for Fury, while Alejandro Lou Samuelson had 15 points after being held
rematch of this exciting and final rounds, yet Fury year ring absence amid See SPLIT DRAW, 2B See UCONN, 2B
2B Monday, December 3, 2018 The Dispatch •

Split draw Basketball
Rhein Gibson, Australia 72-70-70-73—285 Pacific Division

Matthew Stieger, Australia 74-69-69-73—285 GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Jake McLeod, Australia 66-70-75-74—285 Calgary 27 16 9 2 34 91 76
NBA D. Papadatos, Australia 67-70-74-74—285 Anaheim 29 14 10 5 33 70 83
Continued from Page 1B EASTERN CONFERENCE Mathew Goggin, Australia 68-72-71-74—285 San Jose 28 13 10 5 31 85 89
Prep Basketball
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Matt Jager, Australia 66-71-73-75—285
James Morrison, England 69-75-70-72—286
28 14 13 1
26 13 11 2
29 82
28 70
Rochin favored Wilder 115-111. Judge Phil Today’s Games Toronto 20 4 .833 — Peter Senior, Australia 72-70-71-73—286 Arizona 25 12 11 2 26 66 66
Philadelphia 17 8 .680 3½ Vancouver 29 11 15 3 25 82 102
Edwards and The Associated Press scored Aberdeen at Baldwyn Boston 13 10 .565 6½
Austin Connelly, Canada 72-71-75-69—287
Matthew Griffin, Australia 72-71-74-70—287 Los Angeles 27 10 16 1 21 58 82
it a 113-113 draw, with Wilder’s knockdowns Winona Christian at Heritage Academy Brooklyn
New York
8 16 .333 12
8 16 .333 12 Max McCardle, Australia 76-68-73-70—287
NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for
compensating for Fury’s superior technique. Calhoun Academy at Oak Hill Academy Southeast Division Hughes Joannes, Belgium 72-72-72-71—287
David McKenzie, Australia 73-69-70-75—287
overtime loss. Top three teams in each division
W L Pct GB and two wild cards per conference advance to
“We gave each other all we’ve got,” Wilder Tuesday’s Games Charlotte 11 12 .478 — Troy Merritt, United States 71-71-70-75—287 playoffs.
New Hope at Caledonia Orlando 11 12 .478 — Blake Proverbs, Australia 71-72-75-70—288
said. “We’re the best in the world. The respect Miami 9 13 .409 1½ Gaganjeet Bhullar, India 69-70-78-71—288 Late Saturday
Columbus at Saltillo Washington 9 14 .391 2 Jordan Zunic, Australia 70-72-74-72—288 Edmonton 2, Vegas 1
was mutual.” West Point at Noxubee County Atlanta 5 18 .217 6 Daan Huizing, Netherlands 73-69-74-72—288 Sunday’s Games
Central Division
While both men thought they won, neither Heritage Academy at Hamilton W L Pct GB
Ricardo Gouveia, Portugal 69-74-73-72—288
Oliver Farr, Wales 71-69-75-73—288
Anaheim 6, Washington 5
Winnipeg 4, N.Y. Rangers 3, SO
was overly upset by the verdict in front of the Hebron Christian at Oak Hill Academy
15 7 .682 —
13 7 .650 1
Zach Murray, Australia 70-74-71-73—288 San Jose 3, Montreal 1
Colorado 2, Detroit 0
Anthony Quayle, Australia 70-69-75-74—288
crowd. They embraced warmly and immediate- Leake Academy at Starkville Academy Indiana
13 10 .565 2½
5 19 .208 11
Rod Pampling, Australia 74-69-71-74—288 Calgary 3, Chicago 2
Los Angeles 2, Carolina 0
ly talked about a rematch in the spring. Marshall Academy at Columbus Christian Cleveland 4 18 .182 11
Harrison Endycott, Australia 70-72-71-75—288
Daniel Fox, Australia 73-69-71-75—288 Today’s Games
Tampa Bay at New Jersey, 6 p.m.
“When you get two warriors, you get a great Braden Becker, Australia 70-73-67-78—288
Prep Soccer
Southwest Division Buffalo at Nashville, 7 p.m.
W L Pct GB Ashley Hall, Australia 70-74-74-71—289
fight,” Wilder said. “That’s what we proved to- Memphis 13 9 .591 — Damien Jordan, Australia 69-73-74-73—289
Edmonton at Dallas, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday’s Games
Today’s Match Craig Ross, Scotland 71-72-70-76—289
night, and I’m ready to do it again.” Dallas
New Orleans
11 10 .524 1½
12 12 .500 2 Ryan Fox, New Zealand 69-75-69-76—289
Winnipeg at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m.
Columbus Christian at Starkville Academy, 5 p.m. Boston at Florida, 6 p.m.
The bout was a rare meeting of two unbeat- Tuesday’s Matches
San Antonio
11 11 .500 2
11 12 .478 2½
Stephen Allan, Australia 70-73-77-70—290
Michael Wright, Australia 72-70-76-72—290 Calgary at Columbus, 6 p.m.
en heavyweight stars in their apparent primes, Tupelo at Columbus, 5 p.m.
Northwest Division
W L Pct GB
Alex Edge, Australia 73-70-73-74—290 Colorado at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m.
Ottawa at Montreal, 6:30 p.m.
Simon Hawkes, Australia 70-73-72-75—290
with both fighters putting aside caution and the Starkville at Caledonia, 5 p.m. Denver 15 7 .682 — Douglas Klein, Australia 68-74-72-76—290 Tampa Bay at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
Oklahoma City 14 7 .667 ½ Toronto at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m.
typical squabbles over money or belts to stage West Point at New Hope, 5 p.m. Portland 13 10 .565 2½
A. Knappe, Germany
Tim Stewart, Australia
70-74-69-77—290 Washington at Vegas, 9 p.m.
Minnesota 11 12 .478 4½
one of the most compelling matchups in the Jackson Prep at Starkville Academy, 5 p.m. Utah 11 13 .458 5 Jack Munro, Australia 73-71-74-73—291 Minnesota at Vancouver, 9 p.m.
Arizona at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m.
Frazer Droop, Australia 73-69-76-74—292
glamour division’s recent history. MSMS at Southeast Lauderdale, 5:30 p.m. Pacific Division
Ryan Evans, England 72-72-74-74—292
And the fighters delivered, each in his Lamar School at Heritage Academy, 5:30 p.m.

L.A. Clippers
Golden State
W L Pct GB
15 7 .682 —
15 9 .625 1
David Bransdon, Australia 71-68-77-76—292
Aaron Wilkin, Australia 73-69-75-76—293
unique way. The 6-foot-9 Fury spent nearly ev- Major League Playoffs
ery moment of the fight nimbly avoiding Wild-
Men’s College Basketball L.A. Lakers
14 9 .609 1½
11 11 .500 4
4 19 .174 11½
Mark Brown, New Zealand 71-73-78-74—296
Paul Hayden, Australia 72-67-81-76—296
Peter Cooke, Australia 73-69-80-75—297
Saturday’s Game
Tuesday’s Games Jason Norris, Australia 70-74-81-74—299 Portland at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
er’s punches in a masterful display — except McNeese at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. Late Saturday
Sacramento 111, Indiana 110 Hero World Challenge NCAA Division I Women’s
for the two moments when the 6-foot-7 Wilder Georgia State at Alabama, 7 p.m. Sunday’s Games Sunday tournament
viciously knocked him to the canvas. L.A. Lakers 120, Phoenix 96 At Albany Golf Club
Women’s College Basketball New Orleans 119, Charlotte 109 COLLEGE CUP
New Providence, Bahamas
A punch to the top of Fury’s head shockingly Miami 102, Utah 100
Philadelphia 103, Memphis 95
Purse: $3.5 million
Sunday’s Game
put him down in the ninth, but he bounced up Tuesday’s Games Dallas 114, L.A. Clippers 110 Yardage: 7,309; Par: 72 Florida State 1, North Carolina
San Antonio 131, Portland 118 Final
Mississippi University for Women at Judson
College, 5:30 p.m.
Today’s Games
Oklahoma City at Detroit, 6 p.m.
Jon R ahm, $1,000,000
Tony Finau, $400,000
72-64-67-69—272 Transactions
With just two minutes left in the fight, Wild- Cleveland at Brooklyn, 6:30 p.m. Justin Rose, $250,000 70-70-68-65—273
Sunday’s Moves
Denver at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. Henrik Stenson, $175,000 68-66-69-71—274
er buckled Fury’s knees with a right hand and
on the air Golden State at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Patrick Cantlay, $147,500 65-70-76-64—275 BASKETBALL
NBA G League
knocked him senseless with a perfect left on the Washington at New York, 6:30 p.m.
Houston at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
Rickie Fowler, $147,500 72-67-67-69—275
Dustin Johnson, $140,000 68-67-72-69—276 SOUTH BAY LAKERS — Traded G Demarcus
way down. Today L.A. Clippers at New Orleans, 7 p.m.
Tuesday’s Games
A lex Noren, $126,667 69-69-70-69—277
X. Schauffele, $126,667 73-68-66-70—277
Holland to Agua Caliente for a 2019 first-round
draft pick.
Even though Wilder made a throat-slashing COLLEGE BASKETBALL Chicago at Indiana, 6 p.m. Gary Woodland, $126,667 72-66-67-72—277 FOOTBALL
Orlando at Miami, 6:30 p.m. Patrick Reed, $115,000 65-77-66-70—278
gesture and mouthed “It’s over,” Fury beat the 5:30 p.m. — Iowa at Michigan State, FS1 Portland at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. B. DeChambeau, $109,000 70-71-71-68—280
National Football League
GEREEN BAY PACKERS — Fired coach Mike
Sacramento at Phoenix, 8 p.m.
count and went back to work. 5:30 p.m. — Liberty at Georgetown, FS2 San Antonio at Utah, 8 p.m.
Justin Thomas, $109,000 70-70-70-70—280
Bubba Watson, $109,000 69-73-69-69—280 McCarthy. Named Joe Philbin interim coach.
Wilder failed to win for the first time since 7:30 p.m. — Florida A&M at Depaul, FS1 Keegan Bradley, $107,000 71-69-72-70—282 HOCKEY

his semifinal bout at the Beijing Olympics, and NBA Golf Jason Day, $106,000 71-72-70-70—283
Tiger Woods, $105,000 73-69-72-73—287
National Hockey League

he failed to knock out his opponent for only the 6 p.m. — Oklahoma City at Detroit, NBA TV Australian H. Matsuyama, $100,000 74-68-71-75—288 Scherbak off waivers from Montreal.
second time in 41 career bouts. Yet the Bronze 6:30 p.m. — Golden State at Atlanta, Fox Sports
PGA Championship
Sunday Hockey Gettinger to Hartford (AHL). Recalled F Matt
Beleskey from Hartford.
Bomber showed remarkable resourcefulness At RACV Royal Pines Resort NHL TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING — Reassigned G
and power, avoiding what would have been a de- 7:15 p.m. — Washington at Philadelphia, ESPN
Purse: $1.5 million Atlantic Division
Connor Ingram to Syracuse (AHL). Recalled G
Eddie Pasquale from Syracuse.
Yardage: 7,346; Par: 72
cision loss with those two knockdowns. Final

Tampa Bay
27 19 7 1 39 103 79 SOCCER
“We’re both warriors, but with those two Tuesday Cameron Smith, Australia 70-65-67-70—272
Marc Leishman, Australia 68-68-69-69—274
27 19 8 0 38 98 70
27 17 7 3 37 85 76
Berhalter U.S. men’s national team coach.
drops, I think I won the fight,” Wilder said. “I COLLEGE BASKETBALL Ross McGowan, England 71-73-70-63—277 Boston 26 14 8 4 32 71 64 Major League Soccer
came out slow. I rushed my punches. I didn’t sit 5:30 p.m. — New Hampshire at Seton Hall, FS1 Matthew Millar, Australia 72-70-67-68—277 Montreal
27 12 10 5 29 83 88
27 12 12 3 27 98 109
NEW YORK RED BULLS — Transferred M
J. Eom, South Korea 67-74-70-70—281
6 p.m. — Jimmy V Classic, Oklahoma vs. Notre Detroit 27 12 12 3 27 76 87
Tyler Adams to Leipzig (Bundesliga-Germany).
still. I was too hesitant. I started overthrowing Dame, ESPN
Jason Scrivener, Australia 68-73-74-67—282
Nick Flanagan, Australia 69-73-69-71—282
Florida 25 10 10 5 25 82 91 COLLEGE
Metropolitan Division AKRON — Fired football coach Terry Bowden.
the right hand, and I just couldn’t adjust.” 6 p.m. — Providence at Boston College, ESPN2 Ben Eccles, Australia 70-71-69-72—282 GP W L OT Pts GF GA KANSAS STATE — Announced the retirement
Sean Crocker, United States 73-71-71-68—283
Fury responded admirably to a big step 7:30 p.m. — UTEP at Marquette, FS2 Jarryd Felton, Australia 69-73-72-69—283
26 15 8 3 33 95 83
26 15 9 2 32 90 83
of football coach Bill Snyder.
8 p.m. — Jimmy V Classic, West Virginia vs.
up in competition after a lengthy absence and
Florida, ESPN2
Tom Murray, England
Daniel Gale, Australia
N.Y. Islanders 25 13 9 3 29 76 72
N.Y. Rangers 28 13 12 3 29 80 88 Volleyball
two warmup bouts, but Wilder got him in just NBA
Darren Beck, Australia 73-71-69-70—283 Carolina
26 12 10 4 28 66 71
25 10 10 5 25 83 84 NCAA Division I
Andrew Johnston, England 70-69-73-71—283
enough trouble to earn a draw. 8 p.m. — San Antonio at Utah, NBA TV Nick Taylor, Canada 74-68-70-71—283 Philadelphia 25 11 12 2 24 76 88
New Jersey 25 9 11 5 23 74 86
Staples Center had a frenzied atmosphere af- NHL Christopher Wood, Australia 71-66-76-71—284
Robert Allenby, Australia 70-70-73-71—284 WESTERN CONFERENCE Second Round

ter the high-energy introductions, but the fight- 6:30 p.m. — Toronto at Buffalo, NBCSports H. Varner III, United States 69-69-71-75—284 Central Division Late Saturday
GP W L OT Pts GF GA Minnesota 3, South Carolina 0
Network Josh Geary, New Zealand 72-71-73-69—285
ers settled into a technical bout early. Fury used SOCCER Renato Paratore, Italy 73-70-73-69—285
27 18 8 1 37 88 66
27 16 6 5 37 99 73
Washington State 3, Tennessee 1

his twitchy movement and near-constant feints 1:55 p.m. — Premier League, Watford vs.
G. Paddison, New Zealand 70-72-73-70—285
Terry Pilkadaris, Australia 69-74-72-70—285
26 16 8 2 34 91 77
27 14 10 3 31 74 71 Quarterfinals
to disrupt the rhythm of Wilder, whose trade- Manchester City, NBCSports Network Jonathan Thomson, England 72-71-71-71—285
Sam Brazel, Australia 70-71-72-72—285
Minnesota 26 14 10 2 30 83 76 Friday’s Matches
Kentucky vs. Nebraska, 1 p.m. (ESPNU)
Chicago 28 9 14 5 23 77 104
mark looping punches rarely found their mark. Aaron Cockerill, Canada 72-69-71-73—285 St. Louis 25 9 13 3 21 74 85 Florida vs. BYU, 5:30 p.m.

Clemson MSU
Continued from Page 1B Continued from Page 1B
first meeting for the teams “As really good, ag- say Holmes would have
since that October 2015 gressive teams do, they made a difference Sunday.
game, when Clemson won came out of the gates and “Joyner obviously has
24-22 at home while play- punched pretty hard,” some experience,” Aston
ing in heavy rains from Texas coach Karen Aston said. “We have to kind of
Hurricane Joaquin as it hit said. “We talk a lot about look in the mirror about
the East Coast. what we would love our our toughness.”
“I will never forget that team identity to be. Clear- In addition to getting
game,” Clemson coach ly that’s what theirs was foff to a fast start, the
Dabo Swinney said Sunday. and is. I thought our team Bulldogs also contained
“It was an amazing game. just didn’t handle it very senior transfer Danni Wil-
Both teams truly left it all on well.” liams and freshman Au-
the field. We played in a hur- McCowan recorded drey Warren. Both played
ricane, literally a hurricane. her 14th consecutive dou- more than 27 minutes but
... They were an amazing ble-double and could have totaled just six points, six
opponent. And I think, you gobbled up even more re- rebounds, three assists,
know, both teams walked bounds if she wasn’t lim- and four turnovers.
away from the game with ited by foul trouble early “I’m awfully proud of
great respect for each oth- John David Mercer/USA TODAY Sports on. She used her 6-foot- my team ,” Schaefer said.
er.” Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts (2) runs against Georgia linebacker Tae Crowder 7 frame to dominate on “These two (Jazzmun
When they play again for (30) in the fourth quarter of the Southeastern Conference Championship Game on both ends of the court. Holmes and Teaira Mc-
a spot in the national cham- Saturday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The only thing McCow- Cowan) were special. In a

pionship game, there will an didn’t do was block a big game, in big moments,
be no concerns about the shot. She came in with 25, there’s so many moments
weather. The Cotton Bowl which ranked No. 1 na- in a game like this. You
is played at AT&T Stadium, Continued from Page 1B tionally. have two top-10 teams
which has a retractable roof. strength of their victory seemed worried, and list- “Oklahoma was ranked Texas was without battling. It was a battle.
Notre Dame has its first against Texas in the Big ed Alabama as about a No. 4 because they’re junior forward Joyner That’s who we are at Mis-
undefeated regular season 12 Conference champion- two-touchdown favorite. a one-loss conference Holmes, who has been out sissippi State. That’s how
since 2012 when the Irish ship. “We’ve got a lot of re- champion with a dynamic with an ankle injury. Tex- we play the game. That’s
were 12-0 before losing 42- “Sooner Nation, we spect for the team that offense,” Mullens said. as hopes to have her back how we honor the game,
14 to Alabama in the BCS just got some great news,” we’re getting ready to play, It’s a matchup of the in time for its next game and I’m really proud of our
national title game. Oklahoma coach Lincoln no question about that,” two highest-scoring against No. 11 Tennessee kids.”
While Notre Dame is Riley said in a video post- Riley said. “But we’ve got teams in the nation this on Sunday. MSU earned its 44th-
the first independent team ed to Twitter shortly after a formula that we believe season. Oklahoma, led by “She warmed up today. straight non-conference
to make the playoff, the the announcement was in and we’ve got a program Heisman Trophy hopeful I thought she might play. regular-season victory.
Irish went undefeated with made. that’s used to winning and quarterback Kyler Mur- She’s going to give them The win sets the stage
10 wins over Power Five The Crimson Tide players that are used to win- ray, averages 49.5 points a completely different for a return to Starkville,
teams. That included five knew they were headed ning. We know it’s going to per game. Alabama aver- look,” Schaefer said. where MSU will play host
ACC teams, four that Clem- to the playoff. What the be a great challenge, but ages 47.9 points per game. Aston wasn’t ready to to No. 22 Marquette.

son also beat this season. defending champions we’re going to go prepare Murray has faced Ala-
“They have been a mod- don’t know is who will be like we do and our goal will bama once before: He was
el of consistency. We’ll have at quarterback for their be for us to be at our very 2 for 4 passing for Texas
a great challenge but one semifinal matchup. best.” A&M in a game against Continued from Page 1B
that we’re excited about,” Alabama starter Tua Ohio State, Georgia and the Tide in 2015. scoreless in the first 10 points and four blocks
Notre Dame coach Brian Tagovailoa was diagnosed even UCF all felt deserving “I think he’s about as half, Crystal Dangerfield for Notre Dame.
Kelly said. “We’ve been on Sunday with a high right of a spot, but the selection dynamic as any player scored 13 points and Me- “I thought a defensive
a journey here the last cou- ankle sprain, Crimson committee obviously be- I’ve seen all season long,” gan Walker added 12 for transition was poor, I
ple years to put our football Tide coach Nick Saban lieved Oklahoma’s resume Saban said. the 7-0 Huskies. thought our half-court de-
team back in this position.” said. When Tagovailoa was the best off that long Alabama is going to “I thought Christyn fense was poor, I thought
Clemson has never went down in the South- list of contenders for the the Orange Bowl for the Williams was phenome- our offensive execution
played at the home stadi- eastern Conference title fourth and final entry into ninth time. This will be nal,” McGraw said of the was poor and then we lost
um of the NFL’s Dallas game Saturday — a game the playoff. Oklahoma’s 20th trip to player the Irish also tried our poise and that was un-
Cowboys, which hosted the where Alabama had to “There was a lot of the Orange Bowl, extend- to recruit. “She was the expected,” McGraw said.
first national championship rally past Georgia — the debate about Oklahoma, ing the Sooners’ record real difference.” “This time, the team we
game in the CFP era in Tide turned to former Georgia and Ohio State,” for most appearances in Jackie Young, who had played was good enough
2014. The bowl last served starter Jalen Hurts, who CFP committee chair- the game. 32 points in the teams’ to take advantage of it.
as a semifinal three years threw for one touchdown man Rob Mullens said. A l aba m a - Ok l a hom a last meeting in the NCAA We’re a better team than
ago, when Alabama beat and then ran for the win- “The debate was deep, got slotted for the Orange semifinals when the Irish we showed.”
Michigan State 38-0. ning TD with about a min- detailed, and occasionally Bowl instead of the Cot- won 91-89 in overtime on UConn led 27-22 after
The Tigers’ only Cotton ute left. contentious. There was ton Bowl in part because Arike Ogunbowale’s first the first quarter and 44-41
Bowl was Jan. 1, 1940, a 6-3 Tagovailoa will be division.” of how close the Sooners’ of two buzzer-beaters in at halftime despite getting
win over Boston College. scoped in an effort to ac- Alabama has won 15 home is to Dallas. It would the Women’s Final Four, no points from the 6-foot-3
Notre Dame last played celerate the ankle’s heal- consecutive games, start- have largely been a home led five Irish players in Samuelson, who was 0-for-
in the Cotton Bowl on ing process, and Saban ing with its two wins game for Oklahoma had double figures with 18 7 from the field. But she
New Year’s Day 1994, said Alabama is thinking in last season’s playoff. this matchup been in the points. helped in other areas with
beating Texas A&M when his recovery could take Oklahoma’s only defeat Cotton Bowl. Ogunbowale had 17 six assists, three rebounds,
the game was still in its two weeks. this season was to Texas, “I didn’t have a prefer- points, but only five after a block and a steal.
namesake stadium about “We’re hopeful that by a 48-45 game on a neutral ence at all,” Saban said. halftime, and grabbed 10 “To be up whatever we
20 miles away at the site the time we get started in field in Dallas on Oct. 6 — “I knew that we would be rebounds for the Irish. were at halftime without
of the State Fair of Texas. practice, he’ll be ready to and the Sooners won the playing a good team in a Jessica Shepard had 13 Lou getting a basket, that
The Fighting Irish are 5-2 go,” Saban said. rematch in Saturday’s Big first-class venue, wherev- points, Marina Mabrey 11 was a good sign for us,”
in Cotton Bowl games. Oddsmakers don’t 12 title game, 39-27. er we played.” and Brianna Turner had Auriemma said.
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Rivers, San Diego
W L T Pct PF PA Home Away AFC NFC Div
New England 9 3 0 .750 331 259 6-0-0 3-3-0 6-2-0 3-1-0 3-0-0
Miami 6 6 0 .500 244 300 5-1-0 1-5-0 5-4-0 1-2-0 3-1-0
N.Y. Jets

4 8 0 .333 178 293 2-3-0 2-5-0 3-6-0 1-2-0 1-2-0
3 9 0 .250 243 307 2-4-0 1-5-0 2-7-0 1-2-0 0-4-0
W L T Pct PF PA Home Away AFC NFC Div
9 3 0 .750 302 235 5-1-0 4-2-0 7-2-0 2-1-0 3-1-0
rally past Pittsburgh
Indianapolis 6 6 0 .500 325 279 4-2-0 2-4-0 5-5-0 1-1-0 2-2-0
Tennessee 6 6 0 .500 221 245 4-1-0 2-5-0 4-6-0 2-0-0 2-2-0 The Associated Press
Chargers 33,
Jacksonville 4 8 0 .333 203 243 3-4-0 1-4-0 3-6-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 Steelers 30
North PIT TSBURGH — Phil-
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Cincinnati 5 7 0 .417 286 371 3-4-0 2-3-0 3-5-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 the Pittsburgh Steelers where you stay tough. It’s
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snap as the Los Angeles the first time this season
San Francisco 2 10 0 .167 255 336 2-3-0 0-7-0 1-8-0 1-2-0 0-4-0 rallied for a 33-30 victory and seemingly had no an-
y-clinched division on Sunday night. swer for the Chargers in
Badgley’s initial 39- the second half.
Thursday, Nov. 29 Thursday’s Game yard attempt sailed wide Rivers was 26-for-36 for
Dallas 13, New Orleans 10 Jacksonville at Tennessee, 7:20 p.m.
left, but the Steelers were 299 yards and two touch- Sunday’s Cryptoquote:
Sunday’s Games Sunday, Dec. 9
Jacksonville 6, Indianapolis 0 New Orleans at Tampa Bay, Noon called for offsides. Badg- downs for Los Angeles.
Tampa Bay 24, Carolina 17 N.Y. Giants at Washington, Noon ley’s ensuing 34-yard Keenan Allen caught 14
Houston 29, Cleveland 13 Atlanta at Green Bay, Noon attempt was blocked, passes for 148 yards and a
Baltimore 26, Atlanta 16 Indianapolis at Houston, Noon but Pittsburgh’s celebra- score and Justin Jackson
Arizona 20, Green Bay 17 N.Y. Jets at Buffalo, Noon
tion was cut short when ran for 63 yards and a touch-
Miami 21, Buffalo 17 Carolina at Cleveland, Noon
Denver 24, Cincinnati 10 New England at Miami, Noon the Steelers were again down in place of injured
L.A. Rams 30, Detroit 16 Baltimore at Kansas City, Noon flagged for crossing the starter Melvin Gordon.
N.Y. Giants 30, Chicago 27, OT Cincinnati at L.A. Chargers, 3:05 p.m. line of scrimmage early. Desmond King added a 73-
Tennessee 26, N.Y. Jets 22 Denver at San Francisco, 3:05 p.m. The Steelers jumped once yard punt return for a score
Kansas City 40, Oakland 33 Detroit at Arizona, 3:25 p.m. more Badgley’s 29-yarder, as the Chargers bolstered
New England 24, Minnesota 10 Philadelphia at Dallas, 3:25 p.m.
but the Chargers gleeful- their postseason chances
Seattle 43, San Francisco 16 Pittsburgh at Oakland, 3:25 p.m.
L.A. Chargers 33, Pittsburgh 30 L.A. Rams at Chicago, 7:20 p.m. ly declined the penalty as by winning in Pittsburgh
Today’s Game Monday, Dec. 10 they spilled onto the field. for just the fourth time in 19
Washington at Philadelphia, 7:15 p.m. Minnesota at Seattle, 7:15 p.m. “There was no worry or tries.

Steady dose of
Pinstripe Bowl
Bowl Schedule At Bronx, New York
Sugar Bowl
At New Orleans
Saturday, Dec. 15 Miami (7-5) vs. Wisconsin (7-5), 4:15 p.m. Texas (9-4) vs. Georgia (11-2), 7:45 p.m.
Celebration Bowl (ESPN) (ESPN)
At Atlanta

same reason
Texas Bowl
NC A&T (9-2) vs. Alcorn State (9-3), 11 a.m. At Houston Monday, Jan. 7
(ABC) Baylor (6-6) vs. Vanderbilt (6-6), 8 p.m. (ESPN) College Football Championship
Cure Bowl At Santa Clara, California
At Orlando, Florida Friday, Dec. 28 Cotton Bowl winner vs. Orange Bowl winner,

for playoff
Tulane (6-6) vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (7-6), Music City Bowl 7 p.m. (ESPN)
12:30 p.m. (CBSSN) At Nashville, Tennessee Saturday, Jan. 19
New Mexico Bowl Purdue (6-6) vs. Auburn (7-5), 12:30 p.m. East-West Shrine Classic
At Albuquerque (ESPN) At St. Petersburg, Florida
North Texas (9-3) vs. Utah State (10-2), 1 p.m.

Camping World Bowl East vs. West, 2 p.m. (NFLN)
(ESPN) At Orlando, Florida NFLPA Collegiate Bowl
Las Vegas Bowl West Virginia (8-3) vs. Syracuse (9-3), At Pasadena, California
Fresno State (11-2) vs. Arizona State (7-5), 4:15 p.m. (ESPN) American vs. National, TBA (NFLN)
2:30 p.m. (ABC) Alamo Bowl
Camellia Bowl At San Antonio Saturday, Jan. 26
At Montgomery, Alabama
Georgia Southern (9-3) vs. Eastern Michigan
Iowa State (8-4) vs. Washington State (10-2), Senior Bowl By Ralph Russo
8 p.m. (ESPN) At Mobile, Alabama
(7-5), 4:30 p.m. (ESPN) North vs. South, 1:30 p.m. (NFLN) The Associated Press
New Orleans Bowl Saturday, Dec. 29
Middle Tennessee (8-5) vs. Appalachian State
(10-2), 8 p.m. (ESPN)
Peach Bowl Football Championship
At Atlanta
Florida (9-3) vs. Michigan (10-2), 11 a.m. Subdivision Playoffs Alabama? Always. Clemson?
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Boca Raton (Fla.) Bowl
Belk Bowl
Friday’s Game
Four years running. Oklahoma?
UAB (10-3) vs. North Illinois (8-5), 6 p.m.
At Charlotte, North Carolina Maine (9-3) at Weber State (10-2), 7 p.m. Make it three of the last four sea-
South Carolina (7-5) vs. Virginia (7-5), 11 a.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 19
Saturday’s Games
Colgate (10-1) at North Dakota State (12-0), sons for the Sooners.
Arizona Bowl
Frisco (Texas) Bowl At Tucson, Arizona 11 a.m. Thank goodness for Notre
San Diego State (7-5) vs. Ohio (8-4), 7 p.m.
Arkansas State (8-4) vs. Nevada (7-5),
12:15 p.m. (CBSSN)
South Dakota State (9-2) at Kennesaw State
(11-1), 1 p.m. Dame or the College Football Play- ACROSS
Thursday, Dec. 20
Cotton Bowl Classic UC Davis (10-2) at Eastern Washington (10-2),
off would have been nothing but 1 Fall flower
At Arlington, Texas 3 p.m.
Gasparilla Bowl CFP Semifinal, Notre Dame (12-0) vs. Clemson more of the same. 6 Drunkards
At St. Petersburg, Florida
Marshall (8-4) vs. South Florida (7-5), 7 p.m.
(13-0), 3 p.m. (ESPN)
Orange Bowl
The Fighting Irish are the only 10 River boat
Friday, Dec. 14 or Saturday, Dec. 15
(ESPN) At Miami Gardens, Florida 11 Use the gym
CFP Semifinal, Oklahoma (12-1) vs. Alabama TBD CFP first-timers this season, and
Friday, Dec. 21 (13-0), 7 p.m. (ESPN) 13 Self-evident truth
Bahamas Bowl Championship just the 10th school to reach the
Nassau Monday, Dec. 31 Saturday, Jan. 5 14 Like gymnasts
Toledo (7-5) vs. FIU (8-4), 11:30 a.m (ESPN) Military Bowl At Toyota Stadium four-team playoff in five seasons. 15 Foot part
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
At Boise, Idaho
At Annapolis, Maryland
Cincinnati (10-2) vs. Virginia Tech (6-6),
Frisco, Texas While there is more parity than 16 Summer mo.
Semifinal winners, 11 a.m.
Western Michigan (7-5) vs. BYU (6-6), 3 p.m.
11 a.m. (ESPN)
Sun Bowl ever in college football’s middle 18 Rent out
At El Paso, Texas Division II Playoffs and even upper-middle class, the
Saturday, Dec. 22 Stanford (8-4) vs. Pittsburgh (7-6), 1 p.m. (CBS) Semifinals 19 Seal of approval
Birmingham (Ala.) Bowl
Memphis (8-5) vs. Wake Forest (6-6), 11 a.m.
Redbox Bowl
At Santa Clara, California
Saturday’s Games
Notre Dame (Ohio) (13-0) at Valdosta State national championship race is still 22 Luau music
(ESPN) Michigan State (7-5) vs. Oregon (8-4), 2 p.m. (12-0), 11 a.m.
Ferris State (14-0) at Minnesota State-Mankato
reserved for a select few. maker
Armed Forces Bowl (FOX)
At Fort Worth, Texas Liberty Bowl (13-0), 2 p.m. It has made the playoff feel like 23 A single time
Houston (8-4) vs. Army (9-2), 2:30 p.m. (ESPN) Memphis, Tenn.
Dollar General Bowl Missouri (8-4) vs. Oklahoma State (6-6), 2:45 Championship a regional event, particularly in 24 Ninnies
At Mobile, Alabama Saturday, Dec. 15
Buffalo (10-3) vs. Troy (9-3), 6 p.m. (ESPN)
p.m. (ESPN)
Holiday Bowl At McKinney, Texas the Southeast, when the goal was 27 Summed
TBD, 3 p.m.
Hawaii Bowl
At Honolulu
San Diego
Northwestern (8-5) vs. Utah (9-4), 6 p.m. (FS1)
the exact opposite. The Big Ten 28 Orange cover
Louisiana Tech (7-5) vs. Hawaii (8-5), 9:30 p.m. Gator Bowl Division III Playoffs has missed the last two playoffs. 29 Need to pay Sunday’s answer
(ESPN) Jacksonville, Fla. Semifinals
NC State (9-3) vs. Texas A&M (8-4), 6:30 p.m. Saturday’s Games The Pac-12 has been left out three 30 Carrying out of
Wednesday, Dec. 26 Johns Hopkins (12-1) at Mount Union (13-0),
SERVPRO First Responder Bowl
Tuesday, Jan. 1 11 a.m. times. And it looks like college foot- laws gland 26 Due to be
At Dallas
Boston College (7-5) vs. Boise State (10-3),
Outback Bowl
At Tampa, Florida
Mary Hardin-Baylor (13-0)
Wisconsin-Whitewater (12-0), 2:30 p.m.
ball is headed for a fourth straight 35 Commotion 3 Attempted punished
12:30 p.m. (ESPN) Mississippi State (8-4) vs. Iowa (8-4), 11 a.m.
season of Alabama playing Clem- 36 “— a deal!” 4 Sense of self 27 Impressive
Quick Lane Bowl (ESPN2) Championship
At Detroit Citrus Bowl Friday, Dec. 14
son in the playoff with what would 37 Compete 5 Comments 29 Fall mo.
Minnesota (6-6) vs. Georgia Tech (7-5), At Orlando, Florida At Shenandoah, Texas
38 Writer Lessing 6 Theater part 31 Stair part
4:15 p.m. (ESPN) Kentucky (9-3) vs. Penn State (9-3), Noon TBD, 6 p.m. be the third Tigers-Tide champion-
Cheez-It Bowl (ABC)
NAIA Playoffs 40 Last Greek letter 7 Assn. 32 News subject
At Phoenix Fiesta Bowl ship game.
California (7-5) vs. TCU (6-6), 8 p.m. (ESPN) At Glendale, Arizona Championship 42 Pigs 8 Last part 33 Neighbor of
LSU (9-3) vs. UCF (12-0), Noon (ESPN) Saturday, Dec. 15 The guardians of the postseason 9 Library request Chad
Thursday, Dec. 27 Rose Bowl At Municipal Stadium 43 Worker with a
Independence Bowl At Pasadena, California Daytona Beach, Florida insist this is not a problem, but a pick 12 Pulled in 34 Sorrowful
At Shreveport, Louisiana Washington (10-3) vs. Ohio State (12-1), 4 p.m. Morningside (14-0) vs. Benedictine (Kan.)
Temple (8-4) vs. Duke (7-5), 12:30 p.m. (ESPN) (ESPN) (13-1), 6 p.m. 44 Sirius, for one 17 Employ 39 One — million
45 Ledger item 20 Surpass 41 Hr. part

Kansas State’s Snyder retiring after 27 seasons DOWN
1 Ease up
21 Internet con-
24 Sneaker features
25 Wall features
By The Associated Press day. He replaces John Bonamego, who went 1-11 in his 2 Invader of En-
Roundup fourth season after taking the Chippewas to three straight
MANHATTAN, Kan. — Bill bowls.
The 56-year-old McElwain was at Michigan for one
Snyder already was considered the state of Kansas,” Wildcats athletic di- season. He previously coached at Florida, where he was
architect of the greatest turnaround rector Gene Taylor said. “He and his Southeastern Conference coach of the year in his first sea-
in college football history before he family have touched the lives of so son (2015) and went 22-12 overall.
decided to return from a three-year many people, from student-athletes, The Gators won SEC East titles his first two years. Af-
ter a 3-4 start in 2017, McElwain said he and his family had
retirement to resurrect Kansas State coaches, staff and fans, and he is truly received death threats. His claim couldn’t be substantiated
again. one of the greatest coaches and lead- and he parted ways with Florida, agreeing to a $7.5 million
Now, the 79-year-old coach is ers in college football history. buyout.
“His impact on college football is CMU athletic director Michael Alford called McElwain
heading back into retirement.
a “proven winner.”
Snyder decided to step away Sun- unmatched and legacy is one that will n Akron fires coach Terry Bowden after 4-8
day after 27 seasons on the sideline, last a lifetime.” season: Terry Bowden raised Akron’s profile, made the
ending a Hall of Fame tenure in Man- The Wildcats fell apart during Zips competitive and led them to bowl games over seven
a season-ending loss to Iowa State, seasons. It wasn’t enough.
hattan that began in the Big Eight and
Bowden was fired Sunday, a day after Akron completed
weathered seismic shifts in college leaving them 5-7 and at home for the a disappointing 4-8 season with a 28-3 loss at South Caroli-
football. Along the way he overcame bowl season. Snyder finishes with a na. The Zips lost their last five games.
throat cancer, sent dozens of players resume featuring a record of 215-117- Athletic director Larry Williams announced Bowden’s
1, trips to 19 bowl games, two Big 12 dismissal, saying it came after a thorough review of the pro-
to the NFL and gave countless more gram in consultation with the school’s president and board
an opportunity to succeed not only on championships and a legacy that will of trustees.
the field but also in life. endure long into the future. Bowden went 1-11 in his first season at Akron and
“Coach Snyder has had an immea- n McElwain takes Central Michigan job after year finished 35-52, going 23-33 record in Mid-American Con-
as Michigan aide: At Mount Pleasant, Michigan, Michi- ference play. He also led the Zips to bowl in 2015 and 2017.
surable impact on our football pro-
gram, Kansas State University, the
gan receivers coach Jim McElwain has been named head But after an upset victory over Northwestern on Sept. WHATZIT ANSWER
coach at Central Michigan. 15 in their second game, the Zips went 2-6 in the MAC and
Manhattan community and the entire Central Michigan announced McElwain’s hiring Sun- 2-8 overall. Log cabin
4B Monday, December 3, 2018 The Dispatch •


Turnovers cost Rebels in home loss
Saturday, Dec. 8 IOWA STATE (6-1): Burkhall 4-4 0-0 8,
Sunday’s Men’s Major South Carolina at Michigan, 11 a.m. (FS1) Wise 3-7 2-2 9, Carleton 8-15 5-6 24, Joens
6-12 0-0 14, Middleton 7-14 0-1 15, Camber 0-2
Scores Michigan State at Florida, 11 a.m. (WCBI)
Kentucky vs. Seton Hall, 11 a.m. (WLOV) 0-0 0, Nezerwa 0-1 0-0 0, Scott 6-10 8-10 21,
EAST Johnson 0-4 0-0 0, Totals 34-69 15-19 91.
Arizona 76, UConn 72 Western Kentucky at Arkansas, 2:30 p.m.
(SEC Network) Arkansas 15 18 31 18 —82
Delaware 87, Columbia 86, 2OT Iowa St. 18 19 39 15 —91
Sacred Heart 64, Lafayette 62 Mississippi State vs. Clemson, 3 p.m. (ESPN2)
Boston College at Texas A&M, 5 p.m. 3-Point Goals—Arkansas 11-27 (Dungee 2-5,
Colgate 74, Florida Gulf Coast 56 (SEC Network) Mason 2-3, Monk 5-8, Zimmerman 1-6, Tole-
free 1-5), Iowa St. 8-29 (Wise 1-3, Carleton
From Special Reports
Jacksonville St. (W) 60, due to a concussion. Jack-
East Carolina 70, Md.-Eastern Shore 47 Ole Miss at Illinois State, 7 p.m.
3-6, Joens 2-7, Middleton 1-4, Camber 0-2, sonville State capitalized on
Southern Miss. 106, Rust College 46
Tennessee 79, Texas A&M-CC 51
Dayton at Auburn, 7:30 p.m. (SEC Network)
Sunday, Dec. 9
Arizona at Alabama, Noon (ESPN)
Scott 1-3, Johnson 0-4). Assists—Arkansas
13 (Gaulden 3), Iowa St. 20 (Middleton 8). Re- OXFORD — Destiney Ole Miss 49 Reid’s absence by using a
Missouri 64, UCF 62, OT
Incarnate Word at LSU, 1 p.m. (SEC Network)
bounds—Arkansas 37 (Williams 6), Iowa St. 47
(Carleton 11). Total Fouls—Arkansas 22, Iowa
Elliott had a game-high 20 full-court pressure defense
Nebraska 75, Illinois 60
Tennessee vs. Gonzaga, 2 p.m. (ESPN) St. 19. A—10,097. points to go with eight re- games and lose games. They to force turnovers.
Ohio St. 79, Minnesota 59 Sunday’s Women’s Major Jacksonville State 60, bounds Sunday to lead the pressured us for 40 minutes.
Valparaiso 82, UC Riverside 73
Scores “They turn a lot of people
SMU 79, Oral Roberts 67 EAST
Ole Miss 49 Jacksonville State women’s They helped off a lot inside over because of their pres-
UCLA 82, Loyola Marymount 58
Boston College 74, Columbia 60
Boston U. 72, Delaware 61
9-18 2-2 22, Long 1-5 1-2 3, Pearson 5-7 1-6 basketball team to a 60-49 and did not allow us to get sure defense, and honestly
11, Hawks 3-13 0-0 7, Johnson 4-9 4-6 15, Day
Washington 67, UC Santa Barbara 63 Bucknell 81, Iona 43
Cent. Michigan 67, Quinnipiac 52
0-2 0-0 0, Webster 0-1 0-0 0, Perry 0-5 0-0 0, victory against Ole Miss at a lot of clean looks inside I was concerned because of
The Associated Press Colgate 71, Fairleigh Dickinson 52
Walker 0-5 0-0 0, Willis 1-6 0-0 2, Totals 23-
71 8-16 60. The Pavilion at Ole Miss. without us being crowded. our lack of point guard play,”
Holy Cross 63, Mass.-Lowell 54
Men’s Top 25 Fared Missouri 68, West Virginia 51
MISSISSIPPI (3-6): Dunlap 3-7 0-0 6,
Muhate 1-3 0-0 2, Allen 6-13 4-4 19, Dozier 0-3 Yamia Johnson added 15 On drives, they were waiting McPhee-McCuin said. “It
1. Gonzaga (8-0) beat North Dakota State Monmouth (NJ) 55, George Washington 51
102-60; beat Creighton 103-92.
2. Kansas (6-0) beat Stanford 90-84, OT.
Navy 66, Rider 60
0-0 0, Sessom 6-16 0-0 14, Crawford 1-5 2-4 4,
Kitchens 0-1 0-0 0, Salter 0-1 1-2 1, Smith 0-2 points for Jacksonville State there, and instead of us mak- just made Crystal and Drique
Northeastern 53, UMass 52
3. Duke (7-1) beat Indiana 90-69; beat Penn St. 80, Jacksonville 61
3-6 3, Totals 17-51 10-16 49.
Jacksonville St. 15 10 22 13 —60 (4-3), which had a 30-16 edge ing one more pass we tried to play a lot of minutes and put
Stetson 113-49. Princeton 65, Davidson 57
4. Virginia (7-0) beat No. 24 Maryland Providence 72, Bryant 64
Ole Miss 20 8 13 8 —49
3-Point Goals—Jacksonville St. 6-26
in points in the paint and run them over.” them in positions that are at
Rhode Island 72, Brown 67
5. Nevada (8-0) beat Loyola of Chicago Seton Hall 90, St. Peter’s 47
(Elliott 2-8, Hawks 1-5, Johnson 3-6, Perry
0-3, Walker 0-3, Willis 0-1), Ole Miss 5-9 (Allen
forced 20 turnovers, which it Ole Miss led 20-15 after a disadvantage to us. It was
79-65; beat Southern Cal 73-61.
6. Tennessee (6-1) beat Eastern
Syracuse 98, Towson 55
VCU 47, Georgetown 45
3-5, Sessom 2-4). Assists—Jacksonville St. 14
(Hawks 4), Ole Miss 9 (Allen 3). Rebounds—
converted into a 24-5 advan- one quarter thanks to a 9-for- a different type of pressure
Kentucky 95-67; beat Texas A&M-Corpus
Christi 79-51.
Vermont 71, NJIT 63
Villanova 47, Saint Joseph’s 35
Jacksonville St. 46 (Pearson 9), Ole Miss 43 tage in points off turnovers. 17 showing (52.9 percent) from TCU where we were
(Dunlap 8). Total Fouls—Jacksonville St. 17,
7. Michigan (8-0) beat No. 11 North William & Mary 60, Fairfield 54
Ole Miss 22. A—1,510. Crystal Allen led Ole Miss from the field. But the Rebels able to bring the ball up the
Carolina 84-67; beat No. 19 Purdue 76-57.
8. Auburn (6-1) beat Saint Peter’s 99-49. Appalachian St. 80, Coll. of Charleston 66
Auburn 95, Oklahoma 79
Louisiana Tech 79, (3-6) with 19 points, while shot 23.9 percent the rest of floor. This game, they made
9. Michigan State (6-2) lost to Louisville
82-78, OT; beat Rutgers 78-67. Baylor 94, South Carolina 69 Alabama 62 Shandricka Sessom had 14. the way. those girls work for every
Clemson 65, Belmont 62 ALABAMA (5-3): Benjamin 3-9 3-4
10. Kentucky (7-1) beat Monmouth 90-44;
beat UNC Greensboro 78-61.
Duke 64, Marist 56 11, Craig Cruce 3-7 2-2 10, Knight 1-3 0-0 2, “(JSU) fought and they Allen and Sessom com- shot.”
Elon 77, Hampton 62 Barber 0-0 0-0 0, Wade 5-9 2-2 13, Copeland
11. North Carolina (6-2) lost to No. 7
Michigan 84-67.
FIU 59, Morgan St. 50 2-6 0-1 4, Walker 2-10 1-2 5, Abrams 1-5 0-0 2, wanted it,” Ole Miss coach bined for 14 points in the first Junior Jhileiya Dunlap
Florida 72, Texas Tech 67
12. Kansas State (6-1) lost to Marquette Georgia 83, Charleston Southern 75
Berry 0-0 0-0 0, Johnson 4-14 7-9 15, Worth
0-0 0-2 0, Totals 21-63 15-22 62. Yolett McPhee-McCuin said. quarter. They also combined added six points and eight re-
13. Virginia Tech (6-1) lost to Penn State
Georgia Tech 78, Georgia St. 71
Jacksonville St. 60, Mississippi 49
LOUISIANA TECH (5-3): Cleaver 1-3 2-2
4, Anthony 12-19 0-0 25, Bright 4-9 1-2 9, Guin- “They came out and they for nine turnovers at point bounds for Ole Miss, which
63-62; beat CCSU 94-40.
14. Iowa (6-1) beat Pittsburgh 69-68; lost
Louisiana Tech 79, Alabama 62
Louisiana-Monroe 63, Northwestern St. 55
to 6-12 2-2 17, Stahly 3-10 0-0 9, Alexander
0-0 2-4 2, Harris 2-6 0-0 4, Whitney 0-3 2-2 2,
stuck to their game plan. guard. The Rebels played will play host to Savannah
to No. 22 Wisconsin 72-66.
15. Florida State (6-1) beat No. 19
Louisville 107, Tennessee St. 52
Maine 85, North Carolina 73
Dixon 0-0 0-0 0, Lang 0-0 0-0 0, McCutcheon
0-0 1-2 1, McDonald 0-0 0-0 0, Walker 3-4 0-0
They did what it took, and we without freshman Mimi State at 2 p.m. Saturday at
Purdue 73-72.
16. Ohio State (7-1) lost to Syracuse
Maryland 92, UMBC 61
Miami 73, Colorado 58
6, Totals 31-66 10-14 79.
Alabama 11 16 12 23 —62
didn’t, and that’s how you win Reid, who missed the game The Pavilion at Ole Miss.
72-62; beat Minnesota 79-59. Morehead St. 85, Evansville 63 Louisiana Tech 22 17 18 22 —79

Stevenson part of balanced attack for USM
17. Texas (5-2) lost to Radford 62-59. NC State 85, Old Dominion 56 3-Point Goals—Alabama 5-19 (Benjamin
18. Oregon (4-3) lost to Texas Southern Samford 75, Presbyterian 54 2-5, Craig Cruce 2-4, Wade 1-2, Walker 0-4,
89-84; lost to Houston 65-61. Virginia 55, Coppin St. 41 Johnson 0-4), Louisiana Tech 7-22 (Anthony
19. Purdue (5-3) lost to No. 15 Florida Wake Forest 64, St. John’s 59 1-3, Bright 0-2, Guinto 3-6, Stahly 3-10, Harris
State 73-72; lost to No. 7 Michigan 76-57. MIDWEST 0-1). Assists—Alabama 11 (Johnson 4), Louisi-
20. Texas Tech (7-0) beat Memphis Butler 64, Ball St. 47 ana Tech 15 (Bright 4). Rebounds—Alabama
78-67. Creighton 74, Nebraska 65 39 (Walker 10), Louisiana Tech 45 (Anthony
From Special Reports
21. Buffalo (7-0) beat Milwaukee 96-77;
beat San Francisco 85-81.
Iowa 92, Robert Morris 63
Iowa St. 91, Arkansas 82
Kansas St. 72, Vanderbilt 61
7). Total Fouls—Alabama 16, Louisiana Tech
15. A—1,881. Southern Mississippi (M) 106,
22. Wisconsin (7-1) beat N.C. State
79-75; beat No. 14 Iowa 72-66.
23. Villanova (6-2) beat La Salle 85-76.
Marquette 85, Michigan 74
Michigan St. 91, Texas Southern 45
Auburn 95, Oklahoma 79
OKLAHOMA (2-5): Simpson 3-6 0-0 6,
HAT TIESBURG — Dominic Magee had a Rust College 46
24. Maryland (7-1) lost to No. 4 Virginia
Minnesota 67, Air Force 50
N. Illinois 98, Nevada 69
Williams 4-9 2-5 10, Pellington 3-10 5-6 11, team-high 14 points Sunday to lead five play-
Robertson 9-18 2-4 27, Veitenheimer 3-5 1-3 8,
76-71; beat Penn State 66-59.
25. Mississippi State (6-1) beat Alcorn
Nebraska-Omaha 81, Graceland 39 Lampkin 1-4 0-4 2, Odimgbe 0-0 0-0 0, Murcer ers in double figures in the Southern Missis- just through the start of this season.
Ohio St. 69, Cincinnati 56
State 88-65; beat Dayton 65-58. Tennessee Tech 55, Wichita St. 45
5-9 3-4 15, Totals 28-61 13-26 79.
AUBURN (6-1): Thompson 4-7 6-8 14, sippi men’s basketball team’s 106-46 victory “It’s always good to win. If you look at the
No. 6 Tennessee 79, UConn 89, Notre Dame 71
UMKC 69, N. Dakota St. 59
Alexander 7-15 2-2 19, Jones 6-11 0-0 16, McK-
ay 3-11 0-0 6, Primm 6-11 2-3 14, Howard 2-4 against Rust College at Reed Green Gymna- scores in college basketball nowadays, you’ll
Texas A&M-C.C. 51 Valparaiso 62, E. Illinois 60
W. Illinois 77, Austin Peay 72
0-0 4, Jackson 0-1 0-0 0, Kelly 0-0 0-0 0, White sium. see results you didn’t think could happen.
TEXAS A&M-C.C. (4-4): Schmidt 1-5 0-0 1-2 0-0 2, Benton 5-7 0-0 14, Moore 2-5 0-0 6,
2, Talton 2-5 0-0 5, M.Smith 5-9 3-4 16, Toney Wright St. 61, Kent St. 55
Xavier 94, North Alabama 81
Totals 36-74 10-13 95. Tyree Griffin had 13 points, former New That’s college basketball.”
1-6 0-0 3, South 3-10 0-0 6, Lewis 0-6 0-0 0, Oklahoma 24 6 23 26 —79
Hunte 1-7 1-2 3, Clark 1-1 0-0 3, P.Smith 0-0 SOUTHWEST Auburn 17 27 19 32 —95 Hope High School standout Tyler Stevenson Southern Miss was 8-for-17 from 3-point
Ark.-Pine Bluff 68, Paul Quinn College 52 3-Point Goals—Oklahoma 10-23 (Pel-
0-0 0, Brown 0-0 0-0 0, Babic 2-4 0-0 6, Gray Mississippi St. 67, Texas 49 lington 0-2, Robertson 7-15, Veitenheimer 1-2, had 12, and LaDavius Draine and Ladarius
3-6 0-0 7. Totals 19-59 4-6 51. TCU 63, Army 38 range in the first half to build a 54-18 halftime
TENNESSEE (6-1): Schofield 6-13 2-3 Tennessee 76, Oklahoma St. 63
Murcer 2-4), Auburn 13-29 (Alexander 3-7,
Marshall had 10 for the Golden Eagles (6-2).
16, Williams 5-9 4-4 14, Alexander 4-4 4-5 Jones 4-9, McKay 0-2, Howard 0-1, Benton
lead. The Golden Eagles were 22-for-38 from
12, Pons 1-2 0-0 2, Bone 1-6 4-4 7, Walker 1-2
Texas-Arlington 97, Incarnate Word 49
4-5, Moore 2-5). Assists—Oklahoma 14 (Simp-
“I was really happy about only turning it
1-4 3, Jancek 0-0 0-0 0, Fulkerson 1-2 0-0 2, Arizona 69, San Diego St. 60
son 4), Auburn 15 (Alexander 5). Fouled Out—
Oklahoma Simpson, Rebounds—Oklahoma 39 over three times in the first half,” Southern the field (65.7 percent) for their fourth-best
Campbell 0-1 0-0 0, Johnson 2-3 0-0 6, Wood- Arizona St. 70, Tulsa 52
son 1-1 0-0 3, Fleschman 0-0 0-0 0, Bowden California 67, CS Northridge 42
(Williams 16), Auburn 39 (Thompson 17). Total
Fouls—Oklahoma 17, Auburn 18. A—1,877. Miss coach Doc Sadler said. “We shot the performance in school history.
4-6 5-5 14. Totals 26-49 20-25 79.
Halftime—Tennessee 34-19. 3-Point
Colorado St. 61, North Florida 59
Fresno St. 68, E. Washington 58 Florida 72, Texas Tech 67 ball very well, just like we had done a few Stevenson was 6-for-6 from the field with
Goals—Texas A&M-CC 9-25 (M.Smith 3-6,
Babic 2-3, Clark 1-1, Gray 1-2, Talton 1-3,
Gonzaga 79, Stanford 73
Indiana 67, UCLA 65
TEXAS TECH (5-2): Brewer 11-22 1-2 28,
Sanders 1-5 4-8 6, Carr 7-15 3-3 19, Goodson times this season. The three games from seven rebounds in 15 minutes.
Toney 1-5, Hunte 0-1, South 0-4), Tennessee
7-17 (Johnson 2-3, Schofield 2-6, Woodson
Montana 62, UC Davis 56
Oregon 110, Long Beach St. 48
1-5 0-0 3, Sidney 5-14 0-0 10, Shoals 0-2 0-0
0, DeGrate 0-2 1-2 1, Castaneda 0-0 0-0 0, North Florida to William Carey, I don’t think Southern Miss will take a break from ac-
1-1, Bowden 1-2, Bone 1-3, Williams 0-1, Pons
0-1). Rebounds—Texas A&M-CC 29 (South 7),
Pepperdine 78, Seattle 64
UC Irvine 74, San Jose St. 66
Hayden 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 25-65 9-15 67.
FLORIDA (1-6): Moore 2-6 0-0 6, Robin-
we could have played any worse. Everybody tion for final exams. It will return to action
Tennessee 34 (Alexander 10). Assists—Texas
A&M-CC 10 (Brown 3), Tennessee 20 (Bone
UC Santa Barbara 66, Grand Canyon 55
Washington 81, George Mason 52
son 3-10 1-2 8, Nakkasoglu 7-13 4-4 21, Smith
4-13 2-4 11, Washington 1-8 0-0 2, Williams 0-7
goes through slumps, and hopefully ours was Tuesday, Dec. 11, against Millsaps.
10). Total Fouls—Texas A&M-CC 19, Tennes-
The AP Women’s 0-0 0, de Oliveira 4-9 0-0 10, Johnson 4-9 2-2

Slow start costs Alabama in tourney defeat
see 7. A—14,730 (21,678). 14, Staples 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 25-75 9-12 72.

Missouri 64, UCF 62, OT Top 25 Fared Texas Tech
13 11 22 21 —67
11 13 23 25 —72
1. Notre Dame (7-1) beat No. 14 Iowa 3-Point Goals—Texas Tech 8-25 (Brew-
UCF (6-2): C.Smith 4-7 3-3 11, Fall 3-3
105-71; lost to No. 2 UConn 89-71. er 5-9, Carr 2-6, Goodson 1-4, Sidney 0-6),
0-3 6, Taylor 2-10 7-7 12, Dawkins 6-9 6-6 22,
Allen 2-5 1-2 6, Brown 1-3 0-0 2, Griffin 1-3 0-0 2. UConn (7-0) beat No. 16 DePaul Florida 13-29 (Moore 2-4, Robinson 1-1,
2, DeJesus 0-0 1-2 1, Bertz 0-0 0-0 0. Totals
19-40 18-23 62.
99-63; beat No. 1 Notre Dame 89-71.
3. Oregon (7-0) beat Long Beach State
Nakkasoglu 3-7, Smith 1-4, de Oliveira 2-5,
Johnson 4-8). Assists—Texas Tech 7 (Carr 3),
From Special Reports
Louisiana Tech (W) 79, cut the deficit to 39-34 with
MISSOURI (4-3): Tilmon 4-6 2-2 10, 110-48. Florida 16 (Johnson 5). Rebounds—Texas Tech
8 minutes, 13 seconds to go
Puryear 0-6 0-0 0, Geist 6-12 1-2 18, M.Smith
2-8 2-4 8, Pickett 6-15 0-1 13, Nikko 0-1 0-0 0,
4. Baylor (7-0) beat No. 18 South
Carolina 94-69.
44 (Brewer 13), Florida 47 (Williams 12). Total
Fouls—Texas Tech 19, Florida 13. A—1,259. TEMPE, Ariz. — Kierra Alabama 62 in the third quarter. Louisi-
M.Smith 3-8 1-2 9, Watson 0-0 0-0 0, Pinson 5. Louisville (8-0) beat Miami (Ohio) Georgia 83, Anthony had a game-high
2-3 0-0 6, Suggs 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 23-63 6-11
95-73; beat Nebraska 85-68; beat Tennessee
State 107-52. Charleston Southern 75 25 points, and Raizel Gunto two steals for Louisiana ana Tech responded by out-
Halftime—UCF 27-21. End Of Regu-
lation—Tied 57. 3-Point Goals—UCF 6-20
6. Mississippi State (8-0) beat Little Rock CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (1-6): Du-
morne 3-5 0-0 7, Blackmon 0-2 0-0 0, Burns 2-7 added 17 to lead the Louisi- Tech, which built a 22-11 lead scoring Alabama 18-5 for the
98-63; beat No. 10 Texas 67-49.
(Dawkins 4-7, Allen 1-3, Taylor 1-7, C.Smith
0-1, Griffin 0-2), Missouri 12-29 (Geist 5-8,
7. Maryland (8-0) beat Georgia Tech 7-8 12, Jackson 6-12 1-2 14, Ruff-Mills 3-6 0-0
9, Cassell 0-1 0-0 0, Godfrey 0-0 2-2 2, Steede ana Tech women’s basket- after 10 minutes and cruised remainder of the quarter and
67-54; beat UMBC 92-61.
M.Smith 2-2, Pinson 2-3, M.Smith 2-7, Pickett
1-5, Suggs 0-2, Puryear 0-2). Fouled Out—M.
8. Stanford (6-1) lost to Gonzaga 79-73.
3-3 0-0 6, Wilbanks 4-9 1-2 9, Myers 5-8 2-2 16,
Totals 26-53 13-16 75. ball team to a 79-62 victory from there. took the 57-39 advantage.
9. Oregon State (6-1) beat La Salle
Smith. Rebounds—UCF 30 (Brown 8), Missouri
30 (M.Smith 7). Assists—UCF 9 (Taylor, Allen 100-46.
GEORGIA (5-3): Paul 4-5 2-2 10, Rob-
inson 8-13 3-4 19, Cole 5-11 0-0 10, Connally against Alabama on Sunday Junior Cierra Johnson Alabama shot 33 percent
4), Missouri 7 (Pickett 3). Total Fouls—UCF 18, 10. Texas (7-1) beat UTSA 98-54; lost to
No. 6 Mississippi State 67-49.
6-11 5-5 20, Hose 0-2 0-0 0, Staiti 4-6 3-4 11,
Caldwell 3-8 0-1 7, Hubbard 0-1 5-6 5, Johnson on the final day of the Arizo- led the Tide with 15 points (21-for-63) from the field,
Missouri 21.
Southern Mississippi 106,
11. Tennessee (6-0) beat Oklahoma State 0-4 1-2 1, Totals 30-61 19-24 83.
Charleston Sou. 24 21 16 14 —75
na State Classic at the Wells and four assists, while se- while Louisiana Tech hit 47
Rust College 46 12. Syracuse (7-2) lost to No. 20 Georgia 25 19 25 14 —83 Fargo Arena. nior Shaquera Wade had 13
Minnesota 72-68; beat Towson 98-55. 3-Point Goals—Charleston Southern percent (31-for-66).
RUST COLLEGE (0-3): Jackson 3-8
13. N.C. State (8-0) beat Michigan 66-55; 10-19 (Dumorne 1-1, Burns 1-2, Jackson 1-3, With the loss the Crim- points. Freshman De’Sha
0-0 8, Taylor 4-12 4-5 14, Wade 5-16 0-0 10, Ruff-Mills 3-4, Cassell 0-1, Wilbanks 0-1, Alabama will play host to
Grimes 0-6 1-2 1, Pough 2-9 0-0 4, Roberts 0-2 beat Old Dominion 85-56. Myers 4-7), Georgia 4-17 (Paul 0-1, Cole 0-3, son Tide fall to 5-3, while the Benjamin had 11 and fresh-
0-0 0, M.Robinson 4-5 0-0 9, Ester 0-1 0-0 0.
Totals 18-59 5-7 46.
14. Iowa (6-2) lost to No. 1 Notre Dame
105-71; beat Robert Morris 92-63.
Connally 3-6, Hose 0-1, Caldwell 1-3, Hub-
bard 0-1, Johnson 0-2). Assists—Charleston Lady Techsters improve to man Allie Craig Cruce added South Alabama at 11:30 a.m.
3-4 2-2 8, Harper-Baker 3-3 3-4 9, Holland
15. California (7-0) beat Cal State
Northridge 67-42.
Southern 15 (Dumorne 4), Georgia 19 (Cole
7). Rebounds—Charleston Southern 31 5-3. 10. Wednesday in its annual 5th
2-6 1-1 6, Edwards 4-7 0-0 9, Griffin 5-8 0-0
13, Stevenson 6-6 0-1 12, Marshall 5-6 0-0 10,
16. DePaul (4-3) beat Savannah State
124-61; lost to No. 2 UConn 99-63.
(Blackmon 7), Georgia 32 (Robinson 10). Total
Fouls—Charleston Southern 20, Georgia 15. Anthony added seven re- Trailing 39-27 at halftime, Grade Fastbreak game at
Technical Fouls—Charleston Southern Burns
Jacdonmi 0-2 0-0 0, Watson 2-6 0-0 5, Hamp-
ton 4-6 0-0 8, Daniel 1-3 0-2 2, Magee 5-6 0-0
17. Texas A&M (4-2) lost to Lamar 74-68.
18. South Carolina (4-4) beat Dayton 1. A—3,069. bounds, three assists, and Alabama used a 7-0 run to Coleman Coliseum.
14, Clark 0-0 0-0 0, Draine 4-4 0-0 10. Totals
44-67 6-10 106.
65-55; lost to No. 4 Baylor 94-69. Missouri 68,

Outside shooting helps Baylor rout South Carolina
19. Arizona State (5-2) beat Louisiana
Halftime—Southern Miss. 54-18. 3-Point Tech 80-44; beat Tulsa 70-52. West Virginia 51
Goals—Rust College 5-27 (Jackson 2-7, Taylor 20. Minnesota (7-0) beat No. 12 Syracuse MISSOURI (6-2): Schuchts 1-4 0-0 2,
2-8, M.Robinson 1-1, Roberts 0-1, Ester 0-1, 72-68; beat Air Force 66-50. Aldridge 2-7 0-0 5, Chavis 3-9 2-3 11, Cun-
Pough 0-4, Wade 0-5), Southern Miss. 12-25 ningham 2-3 0-0 4, Smith 10-15 4-5 28, Berg
21. Miami (7-2) lost to Purdue 75-63; beat
(Magee 4-5, Griffin 3-6, Draine 2-2, Edwards 0-1 0-0 0, Tahane 1-2 0-0 2, Levy 0-0 0-0 0,
Colorado 73-58.
By The Associated Press
Women’s Top 25 Roundup
1-3, Holland 1-4, Watson 1-4, Hampton 0-1). Roundtree 1-2 0-0 2, Troup 5-9 1-2 14, Totals
Rebounds—Rust College 17 (Taylor 5), South- 22. Marquette (6-1) beat Milwaukee 25-52 7-10 68.
ern Miss. 47 (Rowe 8). Assists—Rust College 7 83-74; beat Michigan 85-74. WEST VIRGINIA (4-2): Davenport 4-20
23. Iowa State (6-1) lost to South Dakota 1-2 9, Niblack 2-2 6-10 10, Gondrezick 0-4 0-0
(Wade 3), Southern Miss. 31 (Griffin, Magee 6).
Total Fouls—Rust College 14, Southern Miss. 64-59; beat Arkansas 91-82. 0, Martin 6-17 4-4 18, Pardee 3-10 0-0 7, Jor- COLUMBIA, S.C. — Baylor women’s bas-
12. A—1,943 (8,095). 24. Drake (7-1) beat Creighton 85-69.
25. Kentucky (8-0) beat Morehead State
dan 1-2 0-0 3, Smith 1-5 1-2 4, Staples 0-1 0-0
0, Totals 17-61 12-18 51. ketball coach Kim Mulkey knows her team a 43-40 lead.
Late Saturday Men’s Major 87-57. Missouri 20 14 15 19 —68
can pound the ball inside. Tennessee (6-0) controlled the third quar-
West Virginia 17 6 15 13 —51
College Scores No. 4 Baylor 94, 3-Point Goals—Missouri 11-28 (Schuchts Once No. 4 Baylor started hitting 3-point- ter, scoring the first eight points and then
SOUTHWEST 0-2, Aldridge 1-5, Chavis 3-9, Cunningham 0-1,
Houston 65, Oregon 61 No. 18 South Carolina 69 Smith 4-6, Troup 3-5), West Virginia 5-18 (Dav- ers Sunday night, she knew No. 18 South Car- following that with an 11-1 run. It was 61-49
UTEP 77, Northwestern St. 47 BAYLOR (7-0): Cox 5-12 0-0 10, Brown enport 0-3, Gondrezick 0-2, Martin 2-6, Pardee
FAR WEST 7-13 8-10 22, Jackson 9-13 1-2 19, Landrum 6-8 1-4, Jordan 1-1, Smith 1-2). Assists—Missouri olina wasn’t going to be much trouble. entering the fourth quarter.
Arizona St. 83, Texas Southern 71 15 (Schuchts 4), West Virginia 8 (Smith 4).
California Baptist 107, MVSU 71
0-0 15, Richards 3-6 1-1 7, Bickle 0-0 0-0 0,
DeCosta 1-3 0-0 2, Smith 2-5 0-0 4, Egbo 1-2 Fouled Out—Missouri Cunningham, Re- Baylor made seven of its first 10 shots to Rennia Davis and Zaay Green had 15
bounds—Missouri 42 (Smith 13), West Virginia
Grand Canyon 69, Boise St. 67
New Mexico St. 69, Washington St. 63
0-0 2, Oliver 0-0 0-0 0, Scott-Grayson 2-4 0-0
4, Ursin 3-5 1-2 9, Totals 39-71 11-15 94. 34 (Martin 7). Total Fouls—Missouri 21, West jump out to a 16-3 lead en route to a 94-69 vic- points apiece for the Lady Vols and Cher-
Pacific 82, Air Force 69
Portland St. 123, Portland Bible College 40
SOUTH CAROLINA (4-4): Grissett 4-6 Virginia 11. Technical Fouls—West Virginia
Martin 1. A—1,273. tory in the Big 12/SEC Challenge. idene Green had 13 rebounds.
3-4 11, Jennings 5-10 1-4 11, Cliney 0-4 0-0 0,
Sacramento St. 88, CS Northridge 68 Cooper 5-13 5-5 16, Harris 3-12 4-5 10, Herbert Kansas State 72, The Lady Bears (7-0) scored 32 points Miller had 29 points, five rebounds, and
Saint Mary’s (Cal) 84, California 71
San Diego 74, Long Beach St. 70
Harrigan 2-3 0-0 4, Jackson 0-1 0-0 0, Saxton
0-0 0-2 0, Wesolek 0-1 0-0 0, Williams 1-1 1-2 Vanderbilt 61 in the first quarter — tied for the most ever five steals.
Utah St. 89, UC Irvine 65
Weber St. 113, BYU 103
3, Cuevas-Moore 1-7 2-2 5, Henderson 1-5 1-2
4, Perry 1-3 2-4 5, Totals 23-66 19-30 69.
VANDERBILT (3-5): Alexander 3-8 2-4
8, Fasoula 9-22 3-4 21, Newby 0-3 1-2 1,
against the Gamecocks (4-4). n No. 22 Marquette 85, Michigan 74:
Arkansas 121, FIU 89 Baylor 32 25 14 23 —94 Clemons-Green 2-6 0-0 4, Walker 5-8 4-4 19,
Carter 3-10 2-4 8, Paldrmic 0-0 0-0 0, Totals
Baylor went inside and outside. Seven of At Milwaukee, Erika Davenport scored 21
South Carolina 13 22 12 22 —69
FIU (7-2): Andrews 2-7 0-0 4, Dieng 1-2 22-57 12-18 61. its 10 two-point field goals were inside the
0-0 2, Nunez 4-14 2-2 13, Beard 5-15 10-12 21, 3-Point Goals—Baylor 5-8 (Cox 0-1,
KANSAS ST. (5-2): Jones 0-2 0-0 0, points and Allazia Blockton had 18 points,
Jacob 9-18 0-1 20, Douglas 0-3 1-2 1, Ametepe Landrum 3-4, DeCosta 0-1, Ursin 2-2), South
Williams 7-11 2-4 16, Carr 7-16 2-2 21, Goth paint and they were 3 for 4 on 3-pointers.
1-1 0-0 2, Daye 5-10 5-10 15, Banks 4-10 3-7 Carolina 4-16 (Cliney 0-2, Cooper 1-3, Harris
4-10 4-4 14, Ranke 4-8 0-0 10, Beard 2-2 1-5 five rebounds and five assists to help Mar-
11, Veira 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 31-83 21-34 89. 0-3, Wesolek 0-1, Cuevas-Moore 1-4, Hen-
6, Macke 1-1 0-0 2, Lakes 0-1 0-0 0, Ray 0-0 “We’re big and you better worry about our
ARKANSAS (5-1): Bailey 4-6 2-4 10, derson 1-2, Perry 1-1). Assists—Baylor 23 quette beat Michigan.
Gafford 9-12 5-8 23, Harris 2-6 5-6 9, Joe 11- (Jackson 7), South Carolina 11 (Harris 4). Re-
0-0 0, Simmons 1-1 0-0 3, Totals 26-52 9-15 72.
post game,” Mulkey said. “But you better re-
14 2-2 34, Jones 5-8 7-9 19, Chaney 1-2 0-0 bounds—Baylor 42 (Brown 9), South Carolina
Kansas St.
14 10 12 25 —61
21 20 17 14 —72 spect out perimeter game.” Davenport was 9-for-11 from the field and
39 (Grissett 10). Total Fouls—Baylor 22, South
2, Osabuohien 1-4 1-4 3, Henderson 1-1 1-2
3, Phillips 2-6 0-0 4, Sills 3-4 1-2 7, Embery Carolina 18. A—10,531.
3-Point Goals—Vanderbilt 5-10 (Alex-
ander 0-1, Clemons-Green 0-2, Walker 5-7), Baylor ended the first half leading 57-35, grabbed eight rebounds, and Blockton hit 3
3-5 0-2 7, Holmes 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 42-69 24-
39 121.
No. 6 Mississippi State 67, Kansas St. 11-22 (Williams 0-2, Carr 5-11,
Goth 2-2, Ranke 2-5, Beard 1-1, Simmons 1-1). scoring the most points South Carolina has of 5 from 3-point range. Amani Wilborn and
Halftime—Arkansas 58-35. 3-Point
Goals—FIU 6-37 (Nunez 3-13, Jacob 2-6,
No. 10 Texas 49 Assists—Vanderbilt 13 (Carter 4), Kansas St.
18 (Goth 9). Fouled Out—Vanderbilt Newby, ever given up in a first half. The 94 points Danielle King scored 12 points apiece and
MISSISSIPPI STATE (8-0): Bibby 6-12
Beard 1-7, Andrews 0-1, Daye 0-1, Douglas 0-0 14, Howard 3-14 1-2 7, McCowan 5-8 3-4
Kansas St. Beard. Rebounds—Vanderbilt 36
(Carter 11), Kansas St. 28 (Williams 14). Total were tied for the most allowed by a team Natasha Hiedeman had 11 points, seven as-
0-2, Veira 0-2, Banks 0-5), Arkansas 13-25
(Joe 10-13, Jones 2-4, Embery 1-3, Harris 0-1,
13, Danberry 6-11 0-0 12, Holmes 7-11 2-2 17,
Carter 1-6 0-0 2, Campbell 0-0 0-0 0, Espino-
Fouls—Vanderbilt 15, Kansas St. 19. A—3,130.
coached by Dawn Staley. sists, three steals, and two blocked shots for
Phillips 0-1, Osabuohien 0-1, Sills 0-1, Holmes
0-1). Fouled Out—Bailey, Dieng, Douglas. Re-
za-Hunter 0-0 0-0 0, Scott 1-3 0-0 2, Taylor 0-0
0-0 0, Wiggins 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 29-65 6-8 67.
SEC Women “We tried to pick our poison and load up Marquette (6-1).
Conf. Pct. Overall Pct.
bounds—FIU 37 (Beard, Jacob 8), Arkansas
45 (Gafford 12). Assists—FIU 16 (Beard 6),
TEXAS (7-1): Underwood 1-2 0-0 2, Kentucky 0-0 .000 8-0 1.000 the inside,” Staley said. “When you do that, Hiedeman hit back-to-back 3-pointers —
White 2-5 3-6 7, Sutton 7-15 0-0 16, Warren 1-5
Arkansas 26 (Harris 10). Total Fouls—FIU 27,
Arkansas 28. A—13,763 (19,368).
0-0 2, Williams 2-5 0-0 4, Aborowa 2-2 0-0 4,
Mississippi State 0-0 .000 8-0 1.000
Tennessee 0-0 .000 6-0 1.000 you’re going to give some wide open looks the first of which gave the Golden Eagles the
Collier 1-5 2-4 5, Allen-Taylor 0-0 0-0 0, Little-
Southeastern Conference ton 4-7 1-1 9, Totals 20-46 6-11 49.
0-0 .000 6-1
0-0 .000 6-2
.750 and we didn’t expect them to hit all their lead for good at 13-12 — during a 16-2 run
Mississippi St. 18 18 17 14 —67
Texas 9 13 11 16 —49
Texas A&M
0-0 .000 4-2
0-0 .000 4-2
shots.” that made it 24-14 with three minutes left in

Conf. Pct. Overall
0-0 .000 7-1
3-Point Goals—Mississippi St. 3-9 (Bib-
by 2-4, Howard 0-3, Holmes 1-2), Texas 3-11
Alabama 0-0 .000 5-3 .625 Kalani Brown had 22 points and nine re- the first quarter.
Arkansas 0-0 .000 5-3 .625
Auburn 0-0 .000 6-1 .857 (Sutton 2-4, Warren 0-1, Williams 0-3, Collier Georgia 0-0 .000 5-3 .625 bounds. Chloe Jackson had 19 points and Hillmon, Priscilla Smeenge, and Nicole
Mississippi State 0 -0 .000 6-1 .857 1-2, Littleton 0-1). Assists—Mississippi St. 8
Tennessee 0-0 .000 6-1 .857 (Howard 2), Texas 11 (Sutton 5). Rebounds—
South Carolina 0-0 .000 4-4
Vanderbilt 0-0 .000 3-3
.375 seven assists and Juicy Landrum was 3-for-4 Munger had 12 points apiece for Michigan
0-0 .000
0-0 .000
Mississippi St. 35 (McCowan 12), Texas 30
(Sutton 8). Total Fouls—Mississippi St. 15,
Ole Miss
0-0 .000 3-6
0-0 .000 1-6
on 3-pointers to finish with 15 points for the and Hallie Thome scored 11.
Alabama 0-0 .000 5-2 .714 Texas 14. A—4,579. Lady Bears. n No. 23 Iowa State 91, Arkansas 82:
Ole Miss
0-0 .000
0-0 .000
No. 11 Tennessee 76, Sunday’s Games
Florida 72, Texas Tech 67 “Things are finally falling into place,” At Ames, Iowa, Bridget Carleton scored 24
Florida 0-0 .000 4-3 .571 Oklahoma State 63 Georgia 83, Charleston Southern 75
Mississippi State 67, Texas 49 Brown said of her team, which has won the points to move into Iowa State’s top 10, Kris-
Georgia 0-0 .000 4-3 .571 TENNESSEE (6-0): Davis 6-13 1-1 13,
South Carolina 0-0 .000 4-3 .571 Green 3-6 0-1 6, Green 7-15 2-4 17, Jackson Kansas State 72, Vanderbilt 61
Jacksonville State 60, Ole Miss 49
Big 12 Conference regular-season title all tin Scott added a career-high 21 and the Cy-
Missouri 0-0 .000 4-3 .571 3-8 0-0 7, Westbrook 12-15 4-5 29, Collins 0-1
Texas A&M 0-0 .000 2-4 .333 0-0 0, Harris 0-0 0-0 0, Burrell 2-6 0-0 4, Mas- Iowa State 91, Arkansas 82 three of her seasons, but hasn’t made the Fi- clones turned back Arkansas in the SEC/Big
Auburn 95, Oklahoma 79
Late Saturday
sengill 0-4 0-0 0, Totals 33-68 7-11 76.
OKLAHOMA STATE (6-1): De Lapp 0-1 Tennessee 76, Oklahoma State 63 nal Four. 12 Challenge.
Arkansas 121, FIU 89 0-2 0, Gray 5-17 3-4 14, Jones 1-4 1-2 3, Hobbs Missouri 68, West Virginia 51
Te’a Cooper led South Carolina with 16
Sunday’s Games 4-8 0-0 12, Miller 8-17 11-16 29, Winchester 0-1 Baylor 94, South Carolina 69 Iowa State (6-1) led by 14 points late in the
Tennessee , Texas A&M-C.C. 2-2 2, Gnanou 1-1 1-2 3, Asberry 0-2 0-0 0, To- Today’s Games points. Sophomore LeLe Grissett scored 11
No games scheduled third quarter but a 7-0 run by the Razorbacks
Missouri 64, UCF 62, OT tals 19-51 18-28 63.
Tuesday’s Games and had 10 rebounds for her first career dou-
Today’s Games Tennessee 25 15 21 15 —76
Furman at Georgia, 6 p.m. (5-2) cut the lead to 85-82 with 3 minutes, 2
Texas Southern at Georgia, 6 p.m. Oklahoma St. 22 21 6 14 —63
Tennessee Tech at Arkansas, 7 p.m. ble-double.
Northwestern State at Texas A&M, 7 p.m.
(SEC Network)
3-Point Goals—Tennessee 3-18 (Davis
0-2, Green 1-4, Jackson 1-6, Westbrook 1-2, Wednesday’s Games
n No. 11 Tennessee 76, Oklahoma seconds to play.
Tuesday’s Games Burrell 0-1, Massengill 0-3), Oklahoma St. 7-17 South Alabama at Alabama, 11:30 a.m.
Stetson at Tennessee, 6 p.m. State 63: At Stillwaterm Oklahoma, Evina Chelsea Dungee, who had a career-high
Georgia State at Alabama, 7 p.m. (Gray 1-3, Jones 0-3, Hobbs 4-6, Miller 2-4,
UT Arington at Missouri, 7 p.m. Asberry 0-1). Assists—Tennessee 13 (Green Bethune-Cookman at Florida, 6 p.m.
Appalachian State at South Carolina, 6 p.m. Westbrook scored a career-high 29 points 27 points, made a layup at the 3:10 mark then
3), Oklahoma St. 13 (Miller 5). Fouled Out—
McNeese at Mississippi State, 7 p.m.
UNC Asheville at Auburn, 7 p.m. Tennessee Davis, Rebounds—Tennessee Thursday’s Games
Rhode Island at Kentucky, TBD on 12-for-15 shooting and Tennessee handed had a steal and was fouled. Dungee, who was
(SEC Network)
Florida vs. West Virginia, 8 p.m. (ESPN)
45 (Green 13), Oklahoma St. 28 (De Lapp 6).
Total Fouls—Tennessee 23, Oklahoma St. 12. Texas A&M at Houston, 6 p.m. (ESPN2)
Oklahoma State its first loss in the SEC/Big 13-for-15 from the line, only made one free
Auburn at Saint Joseph’s 6 p.m.
Wednesday’s Games A—3,493.
Vanderbilt at Ball State, 6 p.m. 12 Challenge. throw and Arkansas didn’t score again.
Middle Tennessee at Vanderbilt, 6:30 p.m. No. 23 Iowa State 91, Marquette at Mississippi State, 7 p.m.
Carleton, who also had 11 rebounds,
(SEC Network) UMKC at Missouri, 7 p.m. Westerbrook, who made all eight of her
South Carolina at Wyoming, 8 p.m. Arkansas 82 Friday’s Games
moved past Stacy Frese (1,494) on the Cy-
Arkansas at Colorado State, 9 p.m. ARKANSAS (5-3): Williams 1-3 2-2 4, No games scheduled shots for 16 points, and Braxtin Miller, who
(CBS Sports Network)
Thursday’s Games
Dungee 6-17 13-16 27, Mason 4-10 0-0 10,
Monk 8-15 1-2 22, Zimmerman 1-7 0-0 3,
Saturday, Dec. 8
Arkansas at Abilene Christian, 1 p.m.
had 22 for the Cowgirls, put on a show in the clone scoring list.
No games scheduled Thomas 1-1 0-1 2, Gaulden 1-3 2-2 4, North- Tulane at Alabama, 2 p.m. first half. There were 10 ties and three lead Malica Monk added 22 points for
Friday’s Game cross-Baker 0-0 0-0 0, Tolefree 4-12 1-2 10, Savannah State at Ole Miss, 2 p.m.
Oral Roberts at Missouri, 6 p.m. (SEC Network) Totals 26-68 19-25 82. Central Arkansas at Texas A&M, 2 p.m. changes with Oklahoma State (6-1) holding Arkansas.
The Dispatch • Monday, December 3, 2018 5B

Continued from Page 3B
desire to engage more fans talking about. But ultimately for any of the three. Why not No. 3 Notre Dame vs. No. 6 contenders is not a new develop-
in more parts of the country we want to get those deserving just put them all in and add No. 7 Ohio State; ment in college football. The last
is one of the reasons playoff teams into the four-team event. Michigan and No. 8 UCF? No. 4 Oklahoma vs. No. 5 team to win a national title that
expansion is inevitable. We don’t carry out our respon- Or give the Power Five con- Georgia. had never won one before was
Fans, in this case, are also sibilities if we don’t continually ferences an automatic bid, elim- Admittedly, there are logistics Florida in 1996.
customers, whether they are evaluate. We’re relatively early in inating so much of the subjec- to sort out. Conferences would The Bowl Championship Se-
buying tickets, watching the the process now.” tivity and inconsistency in the have to reassess how they crown ries, or all its faults, was a huge
playoff on television or stream- For now, making the playoff selection process that drives their champions, eliminating step toward stretching college
ing it on their phones. The a “national event” means play- fans nuts. Plus, every team that the title games or trimming the football’s appeal from coast to
larger the audience, the bigger ing the games at different sites has a chance to win its confer- regular season. coast. It made SEC fans care
the profits. around the country. Location, ence is now a part of the playoff The arguments about about Pac-12 games and vice
“It was intended to be a location, location. This year’s chase in November. Add three whether Georgia or Michigan versa. By doubling the number
national event and much of that championship game is at Levi’s wild cards so talking heads and should get the final wild-card of participants from the BCS, the
intention is the manner it’s been Stadium in Santa Clara, Cali- fans can still bicker over what spot would have been more than playoff intended to build on that.
moved around and hasn’t gone fornia, on Jan. 7. Among this teams are best — a tradition as enough to carry several hours of If it’s the same teams over and
back to the same place more season’s playoff participants, old as sports. Maybe reserve a programing. Sure, it would still over again, that growth — and
than once yet,” Big 12 Commis- Oklahoma is closest to North- spot for the best team outside likely be Alabama and Clemson the financial growth that comes
sioner Bob Bowlsby said Sunday, ern California, about 1,400 the Power Five conferences. in the end, but television execu- with it — will be stunted.
a few hours after the four-team miles. Those fan bases might not be as tives will tell you that once fans
field was unveiled. “I think it’s This would have been a large, but there are five confer- become engaged with a playoff Ralph D. Russo is a college
intended to be a national event perfect season for an eight-team ences with 60 schools so why they are more likely to stick football writer for The
and I suppose if we got to the playoff. Just look at the rankings. not keep them involved, too? around after their teams are out. Associated Press. You can follow
point where we felt like there The committee strained over How’s this for a national event: It is one of the reasons the NCAA him at
were regional elements of it that Oklahoma, Georgia or Ohio No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 8 basketball tournament is such a ralphDrussoAP and listen at
were a concern, that would be State in the fourth spot. An Washington; long-running hit.
something we spend some time argument could have been made No. 2 Clemson vs. No. 7 UCF; A small pool of championship 25-College-Football-Podcast

Comics & Puzzles
Dear Abby
EAR ABBY: what’s supposed either parent says, “You’re
The holiday to be a happy splashing around too much.
season is occasion. That’s Cut out the funny business!”
here, with the tra- why your mother The parents should act only as
ditional family din- and I have decid- monitors. While I don’t think it’s
ner get-togethers. ed to make other your place to say anything, I do
Our problem is, plans instead.” think the grandmother should.
our two children DEAR ABBY: DEAR ABBY: I am a 64-year-
(ages 27 and 29) I was visiting old man who has decided to
don’t like each a neighbor donate my body to science
other and rarely whose son and after I pass. Would it be
have contact daughter-in-law helpful to write/have a bio that
ZITS during the year. were also visiting. includes some of my medical
This creates such They have two history? I have broken my left
stressful holiday daughters, ages arm twice and my little finger,
meals that my 9 and 7. While which required surgery. Also,
wife and I would I was there her
prefer to simply
Dear Abby son took the girls
I broke my right wrist, which
required surgery, including five
not have them. into the bath-
temporary metal pins.
What words should we use room and gave them baths. I
I am a Type 2 diabetic and
to explain to both of them that was shocked. The mom said,
have scars on my face from
we will no longer host holiday “That’s HIS job!”
family dinners in the future? Abby, I could understand injuries from when I was a kid
The conundrum arises if one of if they were toddlers, but by to adulthood. I’m not interested
them says, “Well, I can come that age, they should be able in writing a book but thought it
for Thanksgiving, so ‘Jesse’ to bathe themselves. When might be helpful after I die for
can come for Christmas,” I asked her why, she said, the medical institution. What
do you think? — CURIOUS IN
GARFIELD which divides us in a way that “They play too much.” Is this
is unacceptable. Although we unusual? The grandmother –
have asked them to work out my neighbor – confided later DEAR CURIOUS: You are
their issues, they have made no that it made her uncomfortable, very thoughtful. However, it
progress. Your advice? — DAD too, and said she has hinted might be more fun for the med-
STRESSED BY THE HOLIDAYS to them both that the girls ical students to discover these
DEAR DAD: Your “children” need privacy. What should we “surprises” for themselves.
are adults and should be able do or say, or is it none of our Dear Abby is written by
to bury their differences two business? — CONFUSED IN Abigail Van Buren, also known
nights out of the year for your ALABAMA as Jeanne Phillips, and was
sake. If one makes that sug- DEAR CONFUSED: By the founded by her mother, Pauline
gestion, your response should ages of 7 and 9, the girls Phillips. Contact Dear Abby
be: “No. It would only remind us should not only be capable of at or P.O.
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which would sadden us on be able to comprehend when 90069.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Dec. In this astounding world, so around emotional waters with?
3). The congruence of speech much that seemed impossible Take the risk. At heart, you’re
and action will be key to your has already become part of a sailor.
success. It’s a simple chain. daily life. Getting focused amid LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Part
You’ll say what you’re going to all of these options will be both of your job is to teach others,
do, do it and then say what you challenging and very worth the so it gets a little frustrating
did. More highlights of the year effort. when they don’t seem to be
include a responsibility that GEMINI (May 21-June learning. It might help you to
falls to you, a sharp increase in 21). You’re not working for the think in terms of helping others
the reach and efficacy of your feedback, but you do need it to find what’s already inside them.
social network, and a sweet better understand how others VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
romantic connection. Libra and are impacted by what you do. To breathe easy – that’s the
Leo adore you. Your lucky num- You’re not in it for the praise, goal in all areas today. Widen
BABY BLUES bers are: 7, 21, 8, 40 and 11. laughter or applause, but this the margins. Give yourself a
ARIES (March 21-April 19). will let you know when you’re on bigger berth. Be generous with
Just as the bodybuilder grows the right track. the best things, such as com-
muscles by alternately exhaust- CANCER (June 22-July 22). passion and kindness.
ing and resting them, you will The potential to be hurt goes LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
become emotionally stronger up exponentially in a boat or in You’ve a large capacity for
through bearing and releasing a relationship. But what would reason, but don’t forget to keep
emotional burdens. life be like without a boat ride dreaming. Those who will tamp
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). or another person to bounce down ideas with too heavy a
dose of logic and practicality
are no more correct than imagi-
native fools.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). The pleasure of creat-
ing and playing is so often
BEETLE BAILEY squashed by the pressure to do
so. That’s why, if you can in any
way manage it, keeping money
out of the equation might be
very uplifting to the experience.
21). The advances are exciting
when they come, but do keep
in mind that there’s inevitably
some awkwardness in growth.
One part gets bigger faster;
the other has to catch up. Take
heart in knowing that this is par
for the course.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
MALLARD FILLMORE 19). It’s hard to say why you
feel the way you do, and if you
can’t come up with a good
enough answer, you might talk
yourself out of the feeling. But
just because you don’t know
the origin of the feeling doesn’t
make it incorrect.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). How do you get there? One
foot in front of the other. Inch by
inch, bit by bit. The biggest chal-
lenge will be consistency. Break
the action down into extremely
small parts and the consistency
FAMILY CIRCUS will cease to be an issue.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). When you can solve the
problem in a few steps, you will.
No complaint. The complaint
only happens when you’re not
sure how to solve the problem.
Ideally, the complaint will inform
you and not be a substitute for
the solution.

Jiminy Cricket
(90) days from this
failure to so Pro- The Dispatch •
bate and Register said
claim will forever bar the
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BIDS November, 2018. SONS VERNON is looking for very nice w/ 2 car gar-
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Instructions and spe-
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demolition/lot cleaning.
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in lease. Near Stark-
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662-242-0259. Computer Equipment 4390 still “go shopping” in the ville, Columbus & West
Triangle Waste Service 4854 Point. No pets.
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exactly what you’ve
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December, 2018. 1470
Accountant Position -
Columbus A/R, A/P,
2016 JOHN Deere •
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CAUSE NO. 2018-0233- Painting & Papering 1620
petitive salary w/ bene- WANTED TO BUY! Good Buy a used car RENT A fully equipped
camper w/utilities &
ON MAIN STREET, fits & health insurance.
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used drawbar pulled roll-
a-bar type hay rake • cable from $145/wk -

(such as N/H 256) and Buy that rare coin $535/month. Colum-
bus & County School
The item must be ad-
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GMD600 (or equivalent) for your collection locations. 662-242-
removal. Offering spe- 7653 or 601-940-1397.
. . . and lots more
marked on the outside STATE OF MISSISSIPPI 6 disc mower. Also look-
of the envelope. COUNTY OF LOWNDES cial prices on interior &

The CommerCial
exterior painting, pres- EXPERIENCED CIVIL ing for a good cattle
sure washing & sheet Estimator/Project trailer. 662-328-5248. Rooms For Rent 7450
OPENED December 20, Letters Testamentary
have been granted and rock repairs. Manager needed. Apply WEST POINT:
2018." Failure to com-

issued to the under- Free Estimates in person at John Plott Firewood / Fuel 4450 Room - $120/wk.
ply will cause the bid to Call 435-6528
be disqualified. signed upon the Estate Company, Inc. 2804 Large Room (priv entr) -
of Travis Howard Rice Mine Road, FIREWOOD FOR Sale. $150/wk. All furnished
The Board of Commis- Broocks, Deceased, by Plumbing 1680 Tuscaloosa, AL 35406 Various lengths. w/ furn, appl, utils &
sioners reserves the the Chancery Court of or email resume to 662-295-2274 cable. 662-295-4701.
right to accept or reject
any and all bids re-
Lowndes County, Mis-
sissippi on the 20th day
Stan McCown
Furniture 4480
516 Main St.
Lots & Acreage 8600
ceived. of November, 2018.
This is to give notice to
Licensed Plumber
Columbus, MS 39701 2.28 +/- Acre Lot.
Published by order of all persons having 662-386-2915 CAMGIAN MICROSYS- sofas with dual re-
149 Tanyia Lane. Off of
the Board of Commis- claims against said es- TEMS has a position cliners, new, burgundy, Lake Lowndes Road.
sioners of Golden Tri- tate to probate and re- Stump Removal 1790 opening for a Corporate oxblood. Barely used! Has asphalt drive &
angle Cooperative Ser- gister same with the Accountant. This is a Purchase price was parking, 1200 ft. shop
vice District. Chancery Clerk of full-time position. $2400. Will sell both for w/ living area, septic
Lowndes County, Mis- Primary responsibilities $1800 or $900/$1000 tank & water meter. No
By: Mary Ann Gilliland sissippi, within 90 will include leading the sep. Serious inquires trailers. $45,000. Call
General Manager (ninety) days from the accounting functions only. H 662-798-4375 Business Opportunity 6050 Apts For Rent: Other 7080 662-574-0345.
date of the first publica- and overseeing the gen- or C 662-574-0369.
Publish Dates: tion. A failure to so pro- eral ledger. For more de-
12/3/18 tails about the position Columbus: 411 Main RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed- 3.5 Acre Lot. 3 estab-
12/10/18 claim will forever bar the ALLSTUMP GRINDING and requirements, go to General Merchandise 4600 lished trailer lots. Play-
same. St. Office, Retail, Res- room Apts/Townhomes.
SERVICE taurant Space available. Stove & refrigerator. ground. Located on
IN THE CHANCERY careers. Send resume HOVERROUND CHAIR, Morgan Lane. Off of
GET 'ER DONE! needs battery. New. Call 423-333-1124. $335-$600 Monthly.
COURT OF LOWNDES This the 21st day of We can grind all your to Camgian-HR Harris Road. Caledonia
November, 2018. $300, Cash Only. Credit check & deposit.
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI stumps. Hard to reach Coleman Realty, Schools. $25,000.
662-386-2915. Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 662-574-0345.
places, blown over 662-329-2323.
IN THE MATTER OF THE Elizabeth Broocks roots, hillsides, back-
ESTATE Knight yards, pastures. Free 520 11TH St. N. -
Executrix of the Estate MILLERMATIC 180 wire Renovations almost LOWNDES COUNTY 45
OF S. H. LIVINGSTON, estimates. You find it, EXPERIENCED DIESEL welder. New. $1200
JR., DECEASED of Travis Howard we'll grind it! Mechanic needed. complete. 2BR/1BA, acres on Sobley & Dav-
Broocks, Deceased firm. CASH ONLY. Central H&A, fresh is Rd. Excellent hunting.
662-361-8379 Apply in person at John
Text, 662-386-2915. paint, new flooring, 1 mile west of Hwy. 69.
NO. 2018-0250-C Plott Company, Inc.
Prepared by: 2804 Rice Mine Road, appliances and more. Small creek runs thru
Jeffrey J. Turnage, Esq.
Tree Services 1860 Tuscaloosa, AL 35406 Sporting Goods 4720 Taking applications property. $1375 per
INGSTON, SAMUEL HIL- (MSB#9447) or email resume to now. $450/mo + $450 acre. 205-799-9846 or
A&T Tree Service 205-695-2248.
ARY LIVINGSTON, III, Mitchell McNutt & Bucket truck & stump ED SANDERS Gunsmith deposit with good refer-
JAMES CLIFTON LIVING- Sams, PA removal. Free est. Open for season! 9-5, ences only. No HUD or
STON, AND LULU L. 215 5th Street North Serving Columbus Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat. pets. Call Long & Long
Over 50 years experi- 662-328-0770. WINTER SPECIAL
YARBOROUGH, CO-EX- P.O. Box 1366 since 1987. Senior
ence! Repairs, cleaning, 1.95 acre lots.
ECUTORS Columbus, MS 39703- citizen disc. Call Alvin @ PCA NEEDED. Part-time, Good/bad credit.
1366 242-0324/241-4447 but long-term to work refinishing, scopes
mounted & zeroed, STUDIO APT for rent. 10% down, as low as
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Telephone: 662-328- "We'll go out on a limb with paralyzed man in Newly remodeled. $299/mo. Eaton Land.
2316 for you!" his home. Columbus handmade knives.
residents only. If dedic- Located: Hwy 45 Alt, $400/mth rent & dep 662-361-7711
Letters Testamentary
PUBLISH: 11/26, 12/3, J&A TREE REMOVAL ated to your patients, North of West Point, req. Convenient to town
have been granted and
& 12/10/2018 call after noon for an in- turn right on Yokahama & CAFB. No hud. No
issued to Velma Willi-
ams Livingston, Samuel
Hilary Livingston, III, Building & Remodeling 1120
Work from a bucket
truck. Insured/bonded. terview. 662-329-3234.
Call Jimmy for a free es-
Blvd, 8mi & turn left on
Darracott Rd, will see
pets. 662-328-2340.
James Clifton Living- timate 662-386-6286. sign, 2.5mi ahead shop Apts For Rent: West 7050
ston, and Lulu L. Yarbor- HOME REPAIRS & CON- on left. 662-494-6218.
the Estate of S. H. Liv- WANTED. Carpentry, SERVICE, LLC NEEDED. SOME MECH- Prairie Waters,
small concrete jobs, Tree trimming and re- ANICAL KNOWLEDGE, Pets 5150
ingston, Jr., deceased, $700/mo, $700 dep.
by the Chancery Court electrical, plumbing, moval. Fully insured. LIFTING & DELIVERY OF Call 662-328-5556.
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