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Monday | January 7, 2019

Retail Coach: Developers interested in Leigh Mall
Mall management firm JLL mum on plans for the property A contracted
retail developer
for Columbus
By ISABELLE ALTMAN development, said he’s personally talked has indicated more than once with “(an) individual or multiple de-
group of individuals interested in buying velopers have
Members of a firm tasked with re- the mall.” expressed
cruiting retail for Columbus indicated He didn’t identify the interested par- interest in
multiple developers have expressed in- ties but said one is local and one is from purchasing
terest in buying Leigh Mall. out-of-state. Leigh Mall.
Meanwhile, representatives with new Whomever the interested parties, Meanwhile,
mall manager Jones Lange LaSalle Amer- they will have to wait to make their pitch- mall manage-
icas (JLL) have remained tight-lipped es until after Tuesday, when Leigh Mall ment company
about the company’s future plans for the Jones Lang La-
is slated to be auctioned as part of a pub-
Salle has not
struggling Highway 45 retail center. lic sale. Current owner Security Nation- made public its
Will Kline, project manager for The al Properties listed the mall, along with future plans for
Retail Coach of Tupelo, with which Co- more than two-dozen of its other prop- the property.
lumbus has a one-year contract for retail See Leigh Mall, 6A Dispatch file photo

Under the capitol dome
Meeting digital natives ‘where they are’
Analysis: Guns
and abortion
could be election-
year issues
The Associated Press

JACKSON — Mississippi lawmakers have
released few significant policy proposals as
they prepare for their three-month session
that begins Tuesday.
This is an election year, and most of the
122 House members and 52 senators will put
their names on the ballot to seek a new four-
year term. A few lawmakers are retiring, and
a few are pursuing statewide offices.
Some of those trying to return to the Cap-
itol are likely to remain relatively quiet in
hopes of not attracting an opponent. Candi-
dates’ qualifying deadline is March 1, about
two-thirds of the way through the session.
Some lawmakers, though, could offer bills
designed to grab headlines and generate
buzz on social media.
Guns and abortion are reliable atten-
tion-getters in Mississippi.
Gun rights are a big deal in a socially con-
Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff servative state where generations grow up
Eighth-grade math teacher Desnesha Howell, left, and special education teacher Emily Hill get district-is- deer hunting and many people want firearms
sued iPads as the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District rolled out the devices to teachers at
Armstrong Middle School on Friday. The rollout was part of a day-long deployment of the devices to SOCSD to protect themselves and their property.
teachers. Students returned to class today. Republicans, Democrats and independents
campaign on being staunch supporters of the
Second Amendment, and many boast about

SOCSD issues 600 iPads to teachers
having high ratings from the National Rifle
One of the most outspoken supporters of
pro-gun legislation in recent years has left
600 of which are Peasant said. “They’re digital na- the Mississippi Legislature. Republican Andy
More will be available for its teachers. tives. That’s all they know. That’s Gipson served a decade in the state House
before GOP Gov. Phil Bryant chose him last
for students to check The school board
approved four-year
the best way to communicate with
them and to get them to commu- spring to fill a vacancy as state agriculture
out from classrooms leases of the iPads
earlier late last year
nicate with us. So in order for us
to more effectively educate them Among the gun bills Gipson sponsored
By Alex Holloway for $797,700. and enhance the instruction in the was the “Mississippi Church Protection Act” While the dis- which became law in 2016. It said churches
Peasant classroom, this is a major step in
trict is not, at this that direction.” or other places of worship could designate
Middle and high school class- point, issuing devic- members to receive firearms training to pro-
The initiative should also help
rooms in the Starkville-Oktibbe- es directly to students, it will have vide security for their congregations. It also
prepare students for life after
ha Consolidated School District enough for each student to check allowed people to carry holstered weapons
school, as more colleges and com-
will be a little different as class out from carts in every classroom. without a permit, making Mississippi the
panies rely on technology for day-
resumes today after the district Peasant said the initiative will ninth state to have such a law, according to
to-day business, Peasant said.
deployed hundreds of iPads to its focus on narrowing the “digital the NRA. During the bill signing ceremony,
“In our world, you have to be
teachers on Friday. gap” between teachers and stu- Bryant had a holstered pistol sitting atop a Bi-
digitally versed and understand
SOCSD Superintendent Eddie dents. For example, he said proj- ble on his desk.
how technology impacts every-
Peasant said the rollout is part of ects that have been done on poster thing we do,” he said. Some lawmakers say they want to make
the district’s 1:1 initiative, which boards can now be completed dig- Armstrong Middle School Prin- school security an issue this session, but de-
aims to have at least one digital itally. cipal Julie Kennedy said the dis- tailed proposals have not been released. At-
device — whether iPads or Mac- “In our convocation (Friday) trict has further plans to conduct torney General Jim Hood, a Democrat who is
Books — for each of its middle and morning, I spoke with them about training for the teachers on using running for governor, says his office will back
high school students. the students in our classrooms the iPads next month. a bill that would require school districts to
The district has 2,000 iPads, now are Generation Z students,” See iPads, 6A create a website or text message system to let
students pass along anonymous tips with con-
See Election, 6A

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public
1 Which city does not have more Friday, Jan. 11 meetings
people than Wyoming — Charlotte, ■ Pageant night: The Miss Starkville/ Jan. 8: Planning
Milwaukee, Nashville or St. Louis?
Red Hills/Golden Triangle pageant be- and Zoning Com-
2 What Warhol muse is profiled in the
2006 movie “Factory Girl”? gins at 6 p.m. at Starkville High School, mission, 5:30
3 With what slave did Thomas an official preliminary to the Miss p.m., City Hall
Jefferson father at least one child, Mississippi pageant. For information, Jan. 8:
Arie Borden according to a 1998 DNA test? contact Angella Baker, 662-617-3239
4 According to the Bible, what apostle Starkville-Oktib-
Kindergarten, Annunciation or email
doubted the resurrection of Jesus and beha Consoli-

61 Low 54
wanted to touch him?
High 5 Who as the first African-American Saturday and Sunday, dated School
District Board of
Cloudy and mild
coach to win the Super Bowl? Jan. 12-13 Trustees, 6 p.m.,
Full forecast on Answers, 6B ■ Golden Triangle Kennel Club Greensboro
page 2A. show: The Mississippi Horse Park,
869 E. Poor House Road, Starkville,
hosts this GTKC competition for Jan. 11: Board
canines, with conformation, obedience of Aldermen
Inside and rally trials, from about 8:30 a.m.-5 work session,
Classifieds 6B Dear Abby 5B p.m. each day. Free admission. Visit 1:15 p.m., City
Comics 5B Obituaries 5A or check Bryant Butler is a freshman at Hall
Crossword 4B Opinions 4A their Facebook page. Delta State.

2A Monday, January 7, 2019 The Dispatch •

Did you hear?

Mamma Mia! ‘Rhapsody’
upsets ‘Star Is Born’ at Globes
By JAKE COYLE  thing than Lady Gaga as
AP Film Writer best actress in a drama.
But Glenn Close pulled
NEW YORK — Thun-

Democrats plan more pressure
off the shocker in that
der bolt and lightning category, too, for her per-
rocked the 76th Golden formance in “The Wife,”
Globes where a string of

on Trump to reopen government
as the spouse of a Nobel
upsets culminated with Prize-winning author. Met
the Freddie Mercury bi- with a standing ovation,
opic “Bohemian Rhapso- Close said she was think-
dy” winning best picture, give them steel.” The president has
drama, over another mov-
ing of her mother, “who re-
ally sublimated herself to
Trump showed no signs of budging on his $5 already suggested his definition of
ie about musicians: Brad- the wall is flexible, but Democrats
ley Cooper’s much more
my father her whole life.”
“We have to find per-
billion demand for a U.S.-Mexico border wall have made clear they see a wall as
heavily favored “A Star Is sonal fulfillment. We have immoral and ineffective and prefer
Born.” to follow our dreams,” said By CATHERINE LUCEY day with senior congressional aides other types of border security fund-
“A Star Is Born” came Close, drawing still louder and LISA MASCARO  led by Vice President Mike Pence ed at already agreed upon levels.
into Sunday’s ceremony at cheers from women in the The Associated Press at the White House complex yield- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
the Beverly Hilton Hotel in crowd. “We have to say I ed little progress. The letter from intends to begin passing individual
Beverly Hills, California, can do that and I should be WASHINGTON Office of Management and Budget bills to reopen agencies in the com-
as the presumed heavy- allowed to do that.” — With no week- Acting Director Russell Vought ing days, starting with the Treasury
weight and Oscar favorite. It’s Close’s second end breakthrough sought funding for a “steel barrier Department to ensure people re-
But Cooper’s remake went Globe in 14 nods. She’s to end a prolonged on the Southwest border.” ceive their tax refunds. That effort
home with just one award, never won an Oscar. partial government The White House said the letter, is designed to squeeze Senate Re-
for the song “Shallow.” In- A year after Oprah shutdown, President as well as details provided during publicans, some of whom are grow-
stead, the night’s final two Winfrey’s fiery anti-Don- Donald Trump is the meeting, sought to answer Dem- ing increasingly anxious about the
awards went to “Bohemian ald Trump speech at the standing firm in his Trump ocrats’ questions about the funding extended shutdown.
Rhapsody” — the popular Globes, politics were border wall funding request. Democrats, though, said Among the Republicans ex-
but poorly reviewed drama largely absent from the demands and newly the administration still failed to pro- pressing concerns was Sen. Susan
about Queen’s frontman, ceremony before Chris- empowered House Democrats are vide a full budget of how it would Collins, R-Maine, who said Senate
a movie that wrapped af- tian Bale took the stage planning to step up pressure on spend the billions requested for the Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
ter jettisoning its director, for winning best actor in Trump and Republican lawmakers wall from Congress. Trump cam- should take up bills from the Dem-
Bryan Singer — and best a musical or comedy for to reopen the government. paigned on a promise that Mexico ocratic-led House.
actor-winner Rami Malek his lead performance in Trump showed no signs of budg- would pay for the wall, but Mexico “Let’s get those reopened while
for his full-bodied, pros- Adam McKay’s “Vice.” He ing on his demand for more than $5 has refused. the negotiations continue,” Collins
thetic teeth-aided perfor- thanked the antichrist. billion for a wall along the U.S.-Mex- The letter includes a request for said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
mance as Mercury. “What do you think? ico border, though on Sunday he $800 million for “urgent humanitar- Adding to concerns, federal
“Thank you to Freddie Mitch McConnell next?” did offer to build it with steel rather ian needs,” a reflection of the grow- workers might miss this week’s pay-
Mercury for giving me joked the Welsh-born than concrete, a concession Demo- ing anxiety over migrants traveling checks. Acting chief of staff Mick
the joy of a lifetime,” said actor, referring to the crats panned. to the border — which the White Mulvaney said on NBC’s “Meet the
Malek. “This is for you, Senate’s majority leader. With the shutdown lurching into House said Democrats raised in Press” that if the shutdown contin-
gorgeous.” “Thank you to Satan for a third week, many Republicans the meetings. And it repeats some ues into Tuesday, “then payroll will
Few nominees were giving me inspiration for watched nervously from the side- existing funding requests for de- not go out as originally planned on
considered more of a sure this role.” lines as hundreds of thousands of tention beds and security officers, Friday night.”
federal workers went without pay which have already been panned by Trump reaffirmed that he would
and government disruptions hit the Congress and would likely find re- consider declaring a national emer-
sistance among House Democrats.
CONTACTING THE DISPATCH lives of ordinary Americans.
White House officials affirmed Trump sought to frame a steel
gency to circumvent Congress and
spend money as he saw fit. Such a
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Around the state

Mennonites aid tornado rebuilding in eastern Miss.
The Associated Press are living in houses with dam- holiday time. we don’t do war, we like to do percent toward administration.
age such as leaky roofs. She The tornado, with top winds peace,” said Miller. “It’s our He said not many relief efforts
MERIDIAN — Mennonite said older people with fixed in- estimated at 115 mph (185 response to doing something can duplicate those numbers.
volunteers are helping rebuild comes have had trouble afford- kph), damaged as many as 200 very important for the country “Our national office has a
homes in a Mississippi commu- ing repairs. homes and business overall in lieu of doing military stuff hotline to recruit volunteers,”
nity damaged in a 2018 tornado. “The MDS is one group of when it hit Meridian and Lau- that would violate our con- said Miller. “We draw the funds
The Meridian Star reports volunteers that volunteered derdale County science.” and chip in free labor.”
that Mennonite Disaster Ser- to provide free labor for these Larry Miller, a member of According to Miller, the Although the service has
vice arrived last week. people that need help,” Waters the Mennonite Disaster Ser- Mennonite Disaster Service is done valuable work in Meridi-
Kim Waters, a member of a said. vice, said the relief efforts the exceptional because of its large an, there is a still a need for vol-
disaster recovery committee, The volunteers are from In- group provides are unique. pool of volunteers and its ability unteers and donations to help
said some residents still hav- diana and came to volunteer “Historically we’re different to delegate 90 percent of funds pay skilled electricians and
en’t returned to their homes or using their own vacation and from other Protestants because to actual service, and only 10 other workers.

Lawsuit: Rapper Boozie Tammy Cotton, who tumble down and injure American reports that the State Chief Deputy METCALFE — A pub-
worked for Dillard’s at the someone. Hattiesburg Parks and Fire Marshal Ricky Da- lic library is reopening in
targeted for shopping time, testified that Ker- A structural engineer Recreation Department is vis says he’s unsure why a Mississippi Delta town.
while black ley was known for being hired by the city conclud- hosting the classes from fire deaths increased. Of The Delta Demo-
BILOXI — Hip-hop aggressive to black shop- ed the building was unre- Jan. 8 through Feb. 12 74 deaths investigated by crat-Times reports that
star Boosie BadAzz says pers. pairable. The courses are on the office, 38 were in cas- the Washington County
he was pepper-sprayed by A settlement meeting Greenwood Mayor basic self-defense, fi- es with no smoke alarm Board of Supervisors is
a mall guard in Mississip- is set for Jan. 17. Carolyn McAdams says a nancial planning, basic present. In 12 more cas- providing money to re-
pi because he’s black, but hearing in Leflore County sewing skills, basic car es, smoke alarms didn’t open a library in Metcal-
the guard and police say
Owner appeals city plan Circuit Court is likely in maintenance, resume and work. fe.
late January or early Feb- interview skills and com- Although numbers
The Sun Herald report- to demolish Mississippi ruary. munication and stress jumped, Davis said that
Board of Supervisors
President Carl McGee
ed Thursday on pretrial Delta hotel The Midway once held management skills. as recently as 2006, his says supervisors previ-
testimony in Boosie’s fed- GREENWOOD — a 57-room hotel, barber Mayor Toby Barker office investigated more ously cut funding for the
eral lawsuit. The celebrity The owner of a historic and beauty shops, cloth- says the courses are de- than 100 fire deaths a Metcalfe library, but coun-
entered a Dillard’s store but dilapidated Mississip- ing stores, a restaurant signed to help Hatties- year.
pi Delta hotel is asking a ty leaders found money to
with about 20 onlookers and a bar. burg attract and retain The office is part of the
court to block its demoli- reopen the small branch.
during Biloxi’s 2017 Black young professionals. Mississippi Department
tion. Washington County
Beach Weekend. Biloxi Adulting 101: They are open, though, to of Insurance. Commis-
officer Matt Howard says The Greenwood Com- Library System Director
grown-ups of any age. sioner Mike Chaney, a
he was called to assist monwealth reports the Hattiesburg offers Republican, urges people
Kay Clanton says the lo-
with the “unruly crowd.” owner of the Midway Ho- classes in life skills Mississippi fire deaths to install and maintain
cation will provide access
Guard Glen Kerley tel appealed after the city HAT TIESBURG — to books and computers.
smoke alarms.
says he pepper-sprayed voted to demolish it earli- Can’t sew on a button or up 36 percent to total Electrical fires topped Clanton says the li-
Boosie’s assistant, who er this year. don’t know much about of 79 in 2018 the list, resulting in 21 brary is likely to reopen
he says clenched his fists Larry “Blue” Neal says life insurance? JACKSON — Missis- deaths. Harrison County by the end of this January
after being asked to leave. the building is safe and One Mississippi city is sippi saw a big jump in saw six fire deaths, the for three days a week,
Kerley and Howard say he plans to renovate it as offering Adulting 101 — fire deaths in 2018. most of any county. once a new librarian has
the group then attacked a home for veterans. a series of classes about The state Fire Mar- been trained.
Kerley outside. City officials closed a skills grown-ups should shal’s Office says 79 peo- Metcalfe has about
Testimony indicates street bordering Midway know but might never ple died in blazes last
County provides money 1,000 residents.
that Kerley repeatedly Hotel in April, though, have learned. year, up from 56 statewide to reopen library in
pepper-sprayed Boosie. fearing a brick wall could The Hattiesburg in 2017. Mississippi town — The Associated Press

Police: missing teen found
safe at apartment complex
By Alex Holloway assistance to resolve this incident.”
Lovelady confirmed
Starkville police con- Sunday evening that
firmed Sunday afternoon Fairchild was found at an
that a missing teenager apartment on Louisville
has been found and is safe. Street. SPD had not, as
Police were looking for Lovelady Fairchild of Monday morning, re-
17-year-old Jakyiya Fair- leased any further infor-
child, of Starkville, and mation on the case.
asked for public assistance Officer Brandon Love- Fairchild’s family had
in finding her on Saturday lady said in an issued not seen her since she
afternoon. statement. “Chief Frank left for work at the Waffle
“Fairchild has been Nichols and the Starkville House on Highway 12 in
found in good condition,” Police Department ap- Starkville on Jan. 1, ac-
SPD Public Information preciate our community’s cording to Lovelady.

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It’s not over yet
“Tradition is a good gift intended to called Rosca de Reyes. Inside the cake
guard the best gifts.” is placed a small plastic baby “Jesus.”
— Edith Schaeffer, author (1914-2013) The cake is the same as the familiar
Mardi Gras “king cake,” a celebration

hile that can run from Three Kings Day
the through Fat Tuesday, though the orig-
guys inal meaning may be a bit obscured.
were watch- The cake is wreath-shaped and deco-
ing marathon rated with candied fruit representing
football, I was the kings’ crowns. Legend gives the
reading articles kings names — Caspar, Blathazar and
about Three Melcior. Colors used on the cake are
Kings Day, a purple, green and gold, representing
celebration justice, faith and power.
unknown to Historically the first piece of cake
me. It started went to a stranger, the next to one
with the Parade Shannon Bardwell serving in the King’s Army, and the
magazine in the rest to guests. The person who receives
Sunday paper about an American actor the piece of cake with the baby gets the
married to an Argentine actress. The honor of hosting the Dia de la Candelar-
actor said the family felt fortunate to ia festival which is held on Feb. 2, 40
celebrate American and Argentine cus- days after Christmas.
toms including the cultural celebrations Dia de la Candelaria celebrates
of Christmas and Three Kings Day. ogers, or as described by a child, “the Kings celebrants line up to see the Mary and Joseph presenting Jesus at
Wondering about Three Kings Day, smart men,” who came from the East kings occupying stores and malls to the temple. The English translation
I looked it up. I was pretty sure it would following the star to the new “King of deliver their wish lists, asking for gifts is Candlemas, Day of Candles or Day
involve feasting, fun, fellowship and the Jews” born in Bethlehem. they would like to receive when the of Lights. For this celebration there’s
family. Various internet sites, including The day is celebrated with specialty kings visit their homes on Jan. 6. more feasting, candles, lanterns,
the bilingual newspaper “Tu’ Decides,” foods and gifts. In some countries and The Three Kings celebration began parades, fiestas, a blessing for planting
provided some insights. The festival of communities children put out shoes in the Middle Ages in Europe, particu- seeds and a blessing over candles, and
Three Kings Day is celebrated on Jan. filled with hay as gifts for the smart larly Spain and France, and later trick- if you’re fortunate, the opportunity to at-
6, the 12th day after Christmas. The men and hay for their camels. In the led through Latin America, Mexico and tend a bullfight. For anyone experienc-
day is also called Epiphany, Denha, morning the hay disappears and in its Hispanic communities in North Amer- ing a letdown after Christmas, there’s a
Theophany and Little Christmas. The place, gifts. Quite similar to hanging ica. Mexico’s feast includes serving whole lot more to come.
event celebrates the arrival of the Wise stockings on the mantel and leaving tamales, Mexican hot chocolate and a Email reaches Shannon Bardwell of
Men, also called Kings, Magi, astrol- milk and cookies for Santa. Three cake-like bread shaped like a wreath Columbus at

Other editors
Can Mitt Romney
be an effective
check on Trump?
Now that he’s entering the US Senate as part of the
majority party, Mitt Romney has real power. He also
has some real problems with Donald Trump, which the
former Massachusetts governor laid out in a buzzy op-
ed in The Washington Post on Wednesday that trashed
Trump’s handling of the presidency and promised that
Romney would “speak out” against “statements or
actions that are divisive, racist, sexist, anti-immigrant,
dishonest or destructive to democratic institutions.”
Speaking out, of course, is grand — and publishing
such a scathing op-ed on the eve of his swearing-in sent
an encouraging symbolic message. But the bigger test
is whether Romney, who was elected in November to
represent Utah, will actually put some of his new power
behind those words. If he does, he can help both the
country and the Senate weather the Trump presidency.
That’s a big if, and here in Massachusetts it’s easy to
snicker at Romney’s latest political reinvention. Romney
has been a Massachusetts moderate, a varmint-hunting
Are we brave enough for the new
conservative, a vocal critic of candidate Trump, and a
tame recipient of President Trump’s support in his most
recent Senate run. Romney is also shadowed by the

world of reproduction?
sad examples of Jeff Flake and Bob Corker, Republican
senators who criticized Trump rhetorically but were
unable or unwilling to use their power to influence his
behavior. A new medical The 1999 movie “The ful and unnatural. They may
It’s not that Republicans like Romney should be device may change Matrix” featured a argue that removing the physical
expected to start voting for Democratic bills just to almost everything we network of biobags tie between mother and baby
signal their displeasure with Trump. But senators can think about making with fetuses growing could undermine their emotional
withhold their votes on bills or nominations to ex- babies. It may also inside. bond. (Others would counter
tract concessions; horse-trade to get what they want; sweep away the Right now, sci- that fathers and adoptive parents
issue subpeonas and conduct real oversight of federal current controversy entists are able to connect just as closely with their
agencies. At the very end of his Senate career — that over abortion while nurture embryos children.) Some say a developing
is, when it no longer really mattered — Flake said he creating new ethical conceived through in fetus needs to hear the heartbeat
would stop voting for Trump’s judicial nominees until dilemmas. We speak vitro fertilization for and voice of the mother, but those
legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller of the artificial womb. almost 14 days. Two sounds could be reproduced and
passed. Imagine if Flake had made use of his leverage Also called a weeks is the voluntary provided.
like that in September. biobag, an artificial Froma Harrop limit placed on human The subject of what happens to
Trump’s nominations to fill cabinet vacancies will womb is a big plastic embryonic research embryos often produces emotion-
pose an early opportunity for Romney to translate his sack filled with syn- because that is al responses. Consider the debate
words into action. As Romney noted in the Post op-ed, thetic amniotic fluid. A tube going when the “primitive streak” — a over using embryos for embryonic
the president has replaced experienced officials with into the bag supplies the fluid, forerunner of the nervous system stem cell research. (Never mind
“senior persons of lesser experience.” Senators will and another tube drains it. — appears. There are new calls to that IVF clinics routinely discard
need to scrutinize the nominees Trump puts forward. Artificial wombs have been extend the cutoff to 28 weeks. thousands of unused embryos.)
They need to take an especially hard look at attorney used to bring lambs to full term It’s inevitable. Embryos grown Scientists can already manip-
general nominee William P. Barr: If Barr can’t guar- outside the mama sheep’s belly. in dishes will eventually be put ulate genes to make “designer
antee to senators that he’ll allow the Mueller probe to It’s just a matter of time before into biobags. Baby made, uterus babies.” Soon they will be able
reach its conclusion without interference, and make its the artificial womb is ready to not required. to gestate them in biobags. Any
results public, the Senate should reject him. gestate a human fetus. What does this mean for soci- number of startling scenarios
Implicitly, part of Romney’s op-ed was directed at the The biobag’s developers say ety? Where do we begin? Women arise.
Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, their only goal is to help pre- would be spared the pain, physi- Humans wanting large num-
who has seemed comfortable turning his chamber into mature babies thrive. Instead cal risks and economic losses of bers of children via one partner
an appendage of the White House. Under McConnell, of using mechanical ventilation child bearing. Gay men — or any- are currently constrained by the
Senate Republicans have generally looked the other and other equipment to salvage one, really — could have children fact that women usually bear only
way from the president’s various disgraces as long as those born much too early, nurses without securing the services of a one child at a time. What would
he keeps supporting GOP nominations and legislation. in neonatal units could put the female’s womb. stop rich people from paying for
That’s just the kind of bargain that Romney criti- premature babies in bags mim- The abortion debate would a roomful of artificial wombs pro-
cized in his op-ed: “policies and appointments are only icking the pre-birth environment. change radically. For example, a ducing, say, 20 children at once?
a part of a presidency,” he wrote. Challenging Trump That would allow the baby to state could require that women Laws would — or could.
will also inevitably mean challenging the way McCon- continue developing as peacefully having abortions transfer the Before laws can be made,
nell runs the Senate, and pushing the Senate GOP to as it would in its mother’s womb. fetus to an artificial womb. The though, societies will have to de-
act independently of the White House. Biobags could also save extreme- woman could keep the resulting cide what may be ethically done.
With the op-ed, Romney triggered a frenzy of spec- ly premature babies from dying baby or let someone adopt it. Such And societies will disagree.
ulation that he was preparing to challenge Trump from or suffering brain damage, lung a system, one imagines, would O brave new world. Biotech is
within in the 2020 Republican primaries. He denied disease and other serious condi- lead to a large supply of adoptable creating it faster than our imagi-
any intention to his run in a CNN interview Wednesday tions. infants, perhaps more than there nations can travel.
afternoon. Whatever his plans, it’s encouraging that You see where this could go. It are parents for. Froma Harrop, a syndicated
Romney is picking up the baton from Corker and Flake, could go to ectogenesis. A fixture What are the possible objec- columnist, writes for the Provi-
whose Senate careers ended Thursday. The resistance of science fiction, ectogenesis tions to replacing the human dence (Rhode Island) Journal. Her
to Trump needs to be bipartisan. is the growing of an embryo or womb with extrauterine devices? e-mail address is fharrop@gmail.
Boston Globe fetus outside the mother’s body. Many may find the idea distaste- com.
The Dispatch • Monday, January 7, 2019 5A

Trial to start in California over Census citizenship query
cluding making in-person said it would dispropor- from the population count ship question would cause
Trump admin plans add a citizenship follow-up visits, so the final tionately impact states that for congressional appor- no change in congressio-
numbers will be accurate. favor their party. tionment,” California and nal apportionment in any
question to the 2020 U.S. Census Households that skip the All households were other plaintiffs told See- state and only a negligible
citizenship query but oth- last asked whether indi- borg in court documents. dip in the distribution of
The Associated Press
would discourage immi- erwise fill out a substantial viduals were citizens of They plan to use testi- federal funds to California.
grants and Latinos from portion of the question- the U.S. or not in the 1950 mony from academics to In a court filing, they
SAN FRANCISCO — A participating in the Cen- naire will still be counted, census. support their claim that said the plaintiffs had
trial will begin Monday in sus. Justice Department attor- Documents unearthed the citizenship question failed to show ulterior
federal court in San Fran- The plaintiffs say that neys said in court docu- as part of the litigation in would result in a costly motives for the question.
cisco over the Trump ad- would result in an under- ments. New York appear to show undercount. That would Ross’s request that his
ministration’s decision to count that would jeopar- Seeborg is the second that Commerce Secretary violate the Constitutional staff look into adding it to
add a citizenship question dize their federal funding federal judge to hold a trial Wilbur Ross was pursuing requirement that the Cen- the Census does not show
to the 2020 U.S. Census. and the state’s represen- on the issue. A ruling in a the addition of the ques- sus include everyone in the he acted improperly nor
Judge Richard See- tation in Congress. Data trial in New York that end- tion well before the DOJ’s U.S., even non-citizens, does the fact that other of-
borg is scheduled to hear from the Census are used ed in November is expect- request and spoke about they argue. ficials might have support-
to determine the distribu- ed soon. it in spring 2017 with for- “This week we’ll bring ed it for different reasons,
a week of testimony from
tion of Congressional seats The Commerce Depart- mer senior White House in witnesses who will DOJ attorneys said.
experts and other witness-
to states and billions of dol- ment announced the addi- adviser Steve Bannon and demonstrate just how crit- “It is unremarkable for
es. The judge will decide
lars in federal funding. tion of a citizenship ques- then-Attorney General Jeff ical an accurate 2020 Cen- an agency head to enter
whether to allow the ques-
The lawsuits want See- tion in March, saying the Sessions. sus count is for our state office with predisposi-
borg to keep the citizen- Justice Department had There was enough ev- and people,” California tions toward certain policy
Seeborg is presiding
ship question off the Cen- requested it and it would idence “to infer that Sec- Attorney General Xavier choices,” they said.
over lawsuits by Califor- sus. improve enforcement of a retary Ross was motivat- Becerra said in a state-
nia and numerous cities The U.S. Department of 1965 law meant to protect ed to add the citizenship ment.
in the state that argue the Justice argues Census of- minority voting rights. question for the partisan The DOJ plans to rely
citizenship question was ficials take steps to guard The move sparked an out- purpose of facilitating the on its expert, Stuart Gur-
politically motivated and against an undercount, in- cry from Democrats, who exclusion of non-citizens rea, to argue the citizen-

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Around The World
China protests over McCampbell, had violat- diate comment from the
ed Chinese and interna- U.S. side about the Chi-
US warship sighting as tional law, infringed on nese complaint.
trade talks start Chinese sovereignty and The American side in
BEIJING — Chinese undermined peace and the trade talks is being
and American officials be- stability. led by a deputy U.S. trade
gan talks Monday aimed “As for whether this representative, Jeffrey
at ending a bruising tar- move has any impact to D. Gerrish, according
iffs battle between the the ongoing China-U.S. to the U.S. government.
world’s two biggest econ- trade consultations... to The delegation includes
omies, as Beijing com- properly resolve existing agriculture, energy, com-
plained over the sighting issues of all kinds be- merce, treasury and State
of a U.S. warship in what it tween China and the U.S. Department officials.
said were Chinese waters. is good for the two coun- The talks went ahead
It was unclear if the tries and the world,” Lu despite tensions over the
ruckus over the warship said arrest of a Chinese tech
might disrupt the work- But he added, “The two executive in Canada on
ing level talks being held sides both have responsi- U.S. charges related to
at the Chinese Commerce bility to create necessary possible violations of
Ministry. The two sides and good atmosphere to trade sanctions against
have provided scant infor- this end.” Iran.
mation about the discus- There was no imme- — The Associated Press
Both sides have ex-
pressed optimism over
the potential for progress
in settling their tariff fight
over Beijing’s technology
ambitions. Yet neither has
indicated its stance has
changed since a Dec. 1
agreement by Presidents
Donald Trump and Xi Jin-
ping to postpone further
Ministry spokesman
Lu Kang said Monday
during a routine briefing
that Chinese military air-
craft and naval vessels
were dispatched to iden-
tify the U.S. vessel and
warn it to leave the area
near disputed islands in
the South China Sea.
“We have made stern
complaints with the U.S.,”
Lu said. He said the war-
ship, which he said was
the destroyer the USS

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California storm brings power
outages, shuts down highway
The Associated Press “These are heavy rates,” the a foot (30 centimeters) of snow to
weather service tweeted. the Sierra Nevada and twice that
LOS ANGELES — Tens of thou- Up to 1 ½ inches (3.8 centime- amount was expected Sunday. A
sands of people lost power Sunday ters) of rain fell in coastal and valley winter storm warning was in effect
after a powerful winter storm swept areas, while mountain communities until 4 a.m. Monday.
through Northern California, while got heavy snow. Avalanche warnings were post-
another storm system in the south- Flash-flood watches and warn- ed in parts of California, Nevada
ern part of the state unleashed ings were eventually lifted for areas and Utah. The Sierra Avalanche
mudslides in wildfire burn areas burned by the fires that scorched Center issued a backcountry ava-
and trapped motorists on a major more than 155 square miles (404 lanche warning for the Lake Tahoe
highway. square kilometers) of brush and area stretching south into the Sier-
The deluge loosened hillsides timber acres in November, de- ra along the California-Nevada line
where a major blaze burned last stroyed about 1,600 structures and from noon Sunday until 7 a.m. Mon-
year in and around Malibu, clog- claimed three lives. day.
ging the Pacific Coast Highway The sun emerged in Los Angeles The National Weather Service
with mud and debris. on Sunday and the red carpet for says blizzard conditions with gale-
A stretch of the scenic route the evenings Golden Globe awards force winds could trigger wide-
northwest of Los Angeles was ex- were expected to remain dry. Scat- spread avalanche activity.
pected to remain closed in both di- tered showers were possible later in Two feet (61 centimeters) of
rections until Monday while crews the night. snow was reported at Mammoth
tow away stuck vehicles and clear To the north, wind and rain Mountain 150 miles (241.39 kilo-
lanes. No injuries were reported. forced delays or cancelations of meters) south of Tahoe. More than
The rapper Soulja Boy was flights out of San Francisco Inter- a foot (30 centimeters) fell in the
among those whose cars were national Airport for a second day. A upper elevations around Tahoe, in-
mired in the muck that was up to 4 wind advisory was in place until 10 cluding 19 inches (48 cm) at Squaw
feet (1.2 meters) deep in some ar- p.m. Sunday. Valley.
eas. The San Francisco Bay Area Windstorms that pummeled
The 28-year-old retweeted a could get up to 1 ½ inches (3.8 cen- parts of Washington state and Ore-
photo of the mudslide and posted: timeters) of rain, with the heaviest gon over the weekend left hundreds
“My car got stuck too almost went downpours coming after sunset. of thousands of people without elec-
into the ocean,” along with a prayer Strong winds and downed trees tricity.
emoji. knocked out electricity for at least A strong system brought winds
An automated rain gauge in the 80,000 customers across the Sac- that registered gusts of about 60
western Santa Monica Mountains ramento region Sunday night. The mph (96 kph) at Sea-Tac Airport in
showed nearly three-quarters of an National Weather Service said Sun- Washington, the National Weather
inch (nearly 2 centimeters) of rain- day that winds gusted up to 49 mph Service in Seattle said. Dozens of
fall in one hour, said the National (79 kph). flights in the region were canceled
Weather Service. Saturday’s storm brought about or delayed.

Leigh Mall
Continued from Page 1A
erties nationwide, as col- building issues, he said, ants for the mall and pos- Triangle Development
lateral on a $34.7 million would be in JLL’s pur- sibly find a new owner for LINK – which handled
loan on which it default- view as mall managers. the property all together. retail recruitment for Co-
ed. JLL is listed as one of David Renninger, JLL “Ideally … a new own- lumbus before the city
the secured creditors on regional manager for er comes to the table and council hired The Retail
that debt and has been Leigh Mall, has not pro- breathes new life into the Coach late last year – has
managing the mall since vided The Dispatch any mall,” he said. also indicated multiple
shortly after the public information about JLL’s Leigh Mall has been in developers over the years
sale notice was published plans, despite multiple decline in recent years. had expressed interest in
in September. attempts by the newspa- Not only are tenants leav- the mall property, most
A New York attorney per via phone and email. ing, but the mall’s roof recently in 2017 when
familiar with Tuesday’s On Thursday, at Ren- and parts of the parking JCPenney was on the way
sale proceedings told ninger’s request, The lot are in disrepair. out. Higgins previously
The Dispatch it would Dispatch emailed him Since 2017, anchor told The Dispatch that
have very little, if any, several questions relat- store JCPenney, along despite that interest, the
impact on Leigh Mall at ed to things like retail with Radio Shack, Reed’s mall’s then-owner, Secu-
the ground level. recruitment and planned Jewelry, Sears Home- rity National Properties,
Essentially, he said, investment in the build- town Store, The Cookie always declined to sell
potential buyers are bid- ing. As of press time Store, Payless Shoe- at the interested party’s
ding on the entire lot of today, he still hadn’t re- Source and Kirkland’s proposed price or at all.
properties listed in the sponded. have all either shuttered The mall property’s
sale notice, instead of Kline said once the ac- or announced their im- assessed value is $12.1
piecemeal. tion has passed he hopes pending closures. million, according to the
Any impact on Leigh he can work more closely Joe Max Higgins, Lowndes County Tax As-
Mall tenants, leases or with JLL to recruit ten- CEO for the Golden sessor’s Office.

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“The teachers are real- She said she thinks literally all the time. So out there that it should be
ly excited about receiving the iPads will help her we’re going to be more pretty easy to find some-
training and finding out reach more of her stu- on their level and they’ll thing to do,” she said.
everything they can learn dents more effectively. be able to show us things “I’m really looking for-
and do to enhance instruc- Like Peasant, she said we don’t even know how ward to having it where
tion for the students,” she that allowing access to to do. I think it will be I can connect with my
said. “They’re really excit- technology many stu- great, just having anoth- SMART Board and can
ed about that, which will dents are already famil- er outlet to show us what walk around more so I’m
be coming in February.” iar with should help im- they can do.” not just tied to the board.
Seventh-grade math prove instruction. Middleton said she’s That would be really
teacher Harley Middle- “This is putting still developing ways to helpful for math since
ton said she’s been look- Starkville in that area best to implement the we do a lot of problems.
ing forward to getting her where we’re moving iPad into her teaching. And also through math,
iPad for instruction since where our students are,” However, she expects it there’s engineering and
the district announced she said. “Right now will offer a range of ben- thing of that nature so we
the deployment to teach- we’re not — we don’t efits. can reach some of those
ers before schools let out have that technology that “For math, there are STEM opportunities
for Christmas break. they have in their hands so many great resources through the iPad.”

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cerns about bullying or “unequivocally” violates ber that he does not an- the U.S. Supreme Court.
mental health issues that women’s rights. The state ticipate any specific bills That means there could
could lead to on-campus is asking a federal appeals to try to set additional re- be efforts for conserva-
violence. It’s unclear how court to overturn that rul- strictions on abortion. tive states to enact laws
much such a plan would ing and allow the law to However, in Missis- that could spark court
cost or how it would be take effect. sippi and across the na- battles aimed at trying
funded. Mississippi House tion, abortion opponents to overturn Roe v. Wade,
Abortion could be- Speaker Philip Gunn, a are feeling emboldened the Supreme Court’s 1973
come an issue in Missis- Republican from Clinton, by the addition of Jus- ruling that legalized abor-
sippi again this election told reporters in Decem- tice Brett Kavanaugh to tion nationwide.
year, even as the state is
still in a court fight over a
law enacted last year.
The 2018 law, which
has yet to be enforced,
would ban most abortions
after 15 weeks. The only
abortion clinic in Missis-
sippi says it provides the
procedure up to 16 weeks,
and it sued the state im-
mediately after Bryant
signed the law last March.
A federal district judge
temporarily blocked the
state from enforcing the
law. Then, the judge ruled
in November that the law
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: No. 7 Mississippi State 86, No. 16 Kentucky 71
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Schaefer’s squad Graduate transfer
overcomes turnovers Howard shows skills
to go to 2-0 in SEC on both ends of court
By Adam Minichino By Adam Minichino

Schaefer has attacked Anriel Howard feels she
turnovers like an extermi- has a long way to go.
nator. Players who have an
Schaefer’s nickname eye on a much bigger
“Secretary of Defense” prize typically say things
was built partly on his like that in an effort to stay
teams’ ability to force humble, focused, and mo-
mistakes with harassing tivated.
defense that didn’t give op- Judging from Howard’s
ponents room to move. performance Sunday, the
When Schaefer arrived Mississippi State gradu-
at Mis- ate transfer appears to be
sissippi hungry to get to where she
Notebook State pri- wants to go in as little time
or to the as possible. In the process,
2012-13 season, one of his the 5-foot-11 forward just
goals was to stress the im- might help lead the No. 7
portance of taking care MSU women’s basketball
of the basketball to maxi- team to the ultimate goal.
mize the scoring potential Howard posted game
on each possession. The highs of 21 points and 12
ability to Schaefer and his rebounds to lead No. 7
coaching staff to affect a MSU to an 86-71 victory
change in that area is one against No. 16 Kentucky
of the main reasons the in a Southeastern Confer-
MSU women’s basketball ence game before a crowd
team has become one of of 8,830 at Humphrey Col-
the nation’s top programs. iseum.
On Sunday, No. 7 MSU Howard scored in dou-
had a rare return to one ble digits — sixth 20-plus
of those high-turnover point game — for the 11th
days, as it committed a time this season. It was
season-high 24, but it did her second double-double
enough in other areas as a Bulldog and 36th of
to beat No. 16 Kentucky her career.
86-71 in a Southeastern As much as she led the
Conference game before way offensively, Howard
a crowd of 8,830 at Hum- played an integral role
phrey Coliseum. defensively on freshman
“Disappointed in our Rhyne Howard and senior
turnovers,” Schaefer said. Maci Morris, Kentucky’s
“We forced 22, but that’s two leading scorers.
what they’re doing. Ken- “I think I still have
tucky is turning people some ways to go. I am not
over (at a clip of 24 per where I want to be,” How-
game), and we didn’t take ard said. “I am still trying
such good care of the ball, to understand turning and
our starting five, but we running (which is a tenet
made big plays when we of MSU coach Vic Schae-
had to.” fer’s defense), making it
MSU’s 24 turnovers consistently, not step-slid-
led to 28 points for Ken- ing, but once I get it down
tucky (14-2, 1-1 SEC), but I think I will be all right.”
the Bulldogs (14-1, 2-0) Chloe Bibby (18 points),
turned the 22 they forced Jordan Danberry (17), and
against the Wildcats into Teaira McCowan (13, 10
31 points. rebounds) also scored in
Twenty-four turnovers double figures as MSU
is the most MSU has com- (14-1, 2-0 SEC) sprinted to
mitted since it had 25 in a 26-11 lead after the first
a 76-70 victory against Jim Lytle/Special to The Dispatch 10 minutes and then held
Florida on Jan. 3, 2016, in Mississippi State’s Anriel Howard (5) blocks a shot by Kentucky’s Rhyne Howard in the first half of their game serve the rest of the way.
See NOTEBOOK, 4B Sunday at Humphrey Coliseum in Starkville. See MSU, 4B

Unbeaten Alabama, Clemson will meet in CFP title game
By RALPH D. RUSSO Swinney compliments Saban’s College Football a feature not a bug in the five- will become the first 15-0 Foot-
The Associated Press unprecedented run with the year-old playoff to Swinney. ball Bowl Subdivision (FBS)
Crimson Tide. Handshake. Playoff “I think the objective is to champion in college football’s
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Pose for a picture with a trophy. Championship get the two best teams,” Swin- poll era, dating back to The As-
Alabama football coach Nick Sa- Today’s Game
They have done this drill four ney said. “If that’s not best for sociated Press’ first rankings in
ban and Clemson football coach At Santa Clara, California
straight seasons in the College n Clemson (14-0) vs. Alabama college football, then why did 1936.
Dabo Swinney went through Football Playoff. (14-0), 7 p.m. (ESPN) we even do it?” Saban and Alabama are al-
the familiar routine Sunday. Alabama-Clemson IV, the For the first time the College ready in the midst of the most
Joint news conference, third meeting with the nation- Football Playoff championship impressive run in the college
during which Swinney does al championship on the line, California. Tide vs. Tigers game features two unbeaten football history, with five na-
most of the talking. Saban com- will be played Monday night at might be getting old for some teams. The top-ranked Tide tional championships since
pliments Swinney’s Tigers. Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, fans, but the latest chapter is (14-0) or No. 2 Tigers (14-0) See CFP, 2B


San Diego holds off Baltimore Philadelphia upsets Chicago
By The Associated Press
Chargers 23, Ravens 17 By The Associated Press
Eagles 16, Bears 15
BALTIMORE — The Los Angeles CHICAGO — The Philadelphia
Chargers kept Lamar Jackson ground- postseason in 2007, when the franchise Eagles needed help to get into the play- hit the left upright and then the cross-
ed, and by the time the rookie got the was in San Diego.
offs, and Chicago provided it. bar with a field-goal attempt from 43
passing game going it was too late for Of course, going deep in the play-
Look how the defending Super Bowl yards with 10 seconds remaining, si-
the Baltimore Ravens. offs are old hat for the Patriots.
“We know the run they’ve had,” champions repaid the Bears. lencing the raucous crowd.
Michael Badgley kicked five field
goals, and Los Angeles harassed and Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers Nick Foles hit Golden Tate with a The key, of course, was how the Ea-
hounded Jackson during a 23-17 victo- said. “It seems like forever. They’re 2-yard touchdown pass on fourth down gles, even when they are messing up,
ry Sunday in the opening round of the always in these games and games be- with 56 seconds remaining against never give up. On Parkey’s kick, sever-
NFL playoffs. yond.” the NFL’s stingiest defense, lifting the al Eagles said defensive tackle Treyvon
San Diego (13-4) will face the sec- Rivers went 22-for-32 for 160 yards Philadelphia Eagles past the Chica- Hester touched it.
ond-seeded New England Patriots (11- for Los Angeles, providing just enough go Bears 16-15 on Sunday in the final “I think the big thing is, we saw
5) on the road Sunday. The Chargers offense to help the Chargers get even wild-card game. some adversity tonight in the first half
last won two games during a single See CHARGERS, 2B Former Eagles kicker Cody Parkey See EAGLES, 2B
2B Monday, January 7, 2019 The Dispatch •

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Prep Basketball
Atlantic Division
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At Plantation Course at Kapalua, Kapalua, Hawaii
Purse: $6.5 million / Yardage: 7,518; Par 73
2009. If not for a last-second loss to Clemson Tuesday’s Games Toronto 30 12 .714 —
Xander Schauffele (500), $1,300,000...................................................................... 72-67-68-62—269
in the 2016 championship game, the Tide Columbus at Center Hill Philadelphia
26 14 .650 3
23 15 .605 5
Gary Woodland (300), $759,000.............................................................................. 67-67-68-68—270
Justin Thomas (190), $475,000.................................................................................67-72-70-65—274
would be shooting for four straight playoff ti- Noxubee County at New Hope Brooklyn 20 21 .488 9½ Dustin Johnson (115), $305,333................................................................................67-74-69-67—277
New York 10 29 .256 18½
tles. Alabama won a thriller against Clemson Caledonia at Itawamba AHS Southeast Division
Marc Leishman (115), $305,333............................................................................... 68-70-68-71—277
Rory McIlroy (115), $305,333....................................................................................69-68-68-72—277
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for the 2015 title. West Lowndes at French Camp Academy Miami 19 19 .500 —
Bryson DeChambeau (90), $218,000........................................................................69-68-70-71—278
Patton Kizzire (80), $191,000....................................................................................69-71-71-68—279
Saban has six national championships to- West Point at Saltillo Charlotte
19 20 .487 ½
17 22 .436 2½
Jon Rahm (80), $191,000.......................................................................................... 70-71-69-69—279
Webb Simpson (80), $191,000..................................................................................70-72-72-65—279
tal, including a Bowl Championship Series Hamilton at Nanih Waiya Washington 16 24 .400 4 Cameron Champ (68), $162,500...............................................................................71-68-74-67—280
Kevin Tway (68), $162,500......................................................................................... 66-71-72-71—280
Atlanta 12 27 .308 7½
(BCS) crown with LSU in 2003. One more Heritage Academy at Canton Academy Central Division Jason Day (60), $147,000..........................................................................................69-71-75-66—281
Charles Howell III (56), $132,000............................................................................. 74-70-69-69—282
breaks a tie with Alabama great Bear Bryant Oak Hill Academy at Carroll Academy

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27 11 .711 — Andrew Putnam (56), $132,000.................................................................................69-73-70-70—282
for the most by any coach. Columbus Christian at Hebron Christian Indiana
26 13 .667 1½
17 20 .459 9½
Paul Casey (52), $113,000.........................................................................................73-71-68-71—283
Troy Merritt (52), $113,000.........................................................................................73-71-69-70—283
“I don’t ever even think about that at all,” Thursday’s Games Chicago 10 30 .250 18 Ian Poulter (49), $102,000.........................................................................................71-69-73-71—284
Brice Garnett (45), $92,333...................................................................................... 73-72-73-68—286
Cleveland 8 32 .200 20
said Saban, who is in his 12th season at Al- Smithville at Hamilton WESTERN CONFERENCE Matt Kuchar (45), $92,333.........................................................................................72-73-72-69—286
Scott Piercy (45), $92,333........................................................................................ 76-72-69-69—286
abama and 23rd overall as a college head Heritage Academy at Winston Academy
Southwest Division
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Andrew Landry (40), $82,500.................................................................................... 69-75-71-72—287
Brandt Snedeker (40), $82,500.................................................................................75-69-71-72—287
coach. “I do think a lot about trying to make Starkville Academy at Hebron Christian Houston
San Antonio
22 16 .579 —
23 17 .575 —
Brooks Koepka (37), $78,000................................................................................... 76-70-73-69—288
Billy Horschel (35), $74,000....................................................................................... 72-75-71-72—290
and help this team to be the best possible — Central Holmes Academy at Columbus Christian Memphis 18 21 .462 4½ Patrick Reed (35), $74,000........................................................................................70-75-72-73—290
Dallas 18 21 .462 4½
and to put them in the best possible position Friday’s Games New Orleans 18 22 .450 5
Keegan Bradley (30), $68,250...................................................................................77-69-72-73—291
Francesco Molinari (30), $68,250............................................................................. 73-71-73-74—291
to have a chance to be successful.” Oxford at Columbus
Northwest Division
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Ted Potter, Jr. (30), $68,250...................................................................................... 75-73-71-72—291
Aaron Wise (30), $68,250.......................................................................................... 74-71-73-73—291
A case can be made that Saban has already Kosciusko at New Hope Denver
Oklahoma City
26 11 .703 —
25 14 .641 2
Bubba Watson (27), $65,000.................................................................................... 70-79-74-69—292
Michael Kim (24), $63,500.........................................................................................71-72-80-73—296
surpassed Bryant, who was at Alabama for 25 Caledonia at Houston Portland 23 17 .575 4½ Satoshi Kodaira (24), $63,500...................................................................................77-76-73-70—296
Utah 20 20 .500 7½
years. The current Alabama dynasty is stack- Noxapater at West Lowndes Minnesota 19 21 .475 8½
ing up championships despite the constraints Starkville High at Murrah
Pacific Division
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First downs
Phi Chi
21 17
Eugenie Bouchard, Canada, and Sofia Kenin,
of scholarship limits and against competition Louisville at Noxubee County Golden State
L.A. Clippers
26 14 .650
23 16 .590 2½
— Total Net Yards 300 356 United States, def. Paige Mary Hourigan, New
Rushes-yards 23-42 18-65 Zealand, and Taylor Townsend, United States,
bolstered by a deeper talent pool and more South Pontotoc at Aberdeen L.A. Lakers 21 19 .525 5 Passing 258 291 1-6, 6-1, 10-7.
Sacramento 19 20 .487 6½ Punt Returns 1-(minu 0-0
national exposure. Hartfield School at Heritage Academy Phoenix 9 32 .220 17½ Kickoff Returns 2-35 3-65 Saturday
“You’re talking about a program that I Winona Christian at Oak Hill Academy Late Saturday
Interceptions Ret.
0-0 2-0
25-40-2 26-43-0
have a deep love and respect for, always have, Canton Academy at Starkville Academy Golden State 127, Sacramento 123
Portland 110, Houston 101
Sacked-Yards Lost
1-8 2-12
5-45.2 6-40.5
Julia Goerges (2), Germany, def. Viktoria
Kuzmova, Slovakia, 6-1, 7-6 (6).
always will, and a coach that’s — I mean, he’s Columbus Christian at Kemper Academy Sunday’s Games Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0
Penalties-Yards 3-25 3-52
Bianca Andreescu, Canada, def. Hsieh Su-wei
Brooklyn 117, Chicago 100 (3), Taiwan, 6-3, 6-3.
won six national championships and the level Saturday’s Games L.A. Clippers 106, Orlando 96 Time of Possession 30:48 29:12 Doubles
of consistency is a model and an aspiration Columbus at New Hope
Minnesota 108, L.A. Lakers 86
Atlanta 106, Miami 82 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Paige Mary Hourigan, New Zealand, and Taylor
RUSHING—Philadelphia, Sproles 13-21,
for every program,” said Swinney, who was a West Point at Okolona Washington 116, Oklahoma City 98
Toronto 121, Indiana 105 Smallwood 8-20, Adams 1-2, Foles 1-(minus
Townsend, United States, def. Kirsten Flipkens,
Belgium, and Johanna Larsson (2), Sweden,
walk-on receiver for Alabama’s 1992 national Prep Soccer Charlotte 119, Phoenix 113
1). Chicago, Howard 10-35, Gabriel 2-20, Tru-
bisky 3-9, Cunningham 1-2, Cohen 1-0, Mizzell
6-3, 7-5.
Today’s Games
title team coached by Gene Stallings. San Antonio at Detroit, 6 p.m.
1-(minus 1). Brisbane International
Today’s Match PASSING—Philadelphia, Foles 25-40-2-266. Sunday
Swinney and Clemson have come closest to Columbus Christian at Delta Streets, 4 p.m.
Brooklyn at Boston, 6:30 p.m.
Denver at Houston, 7 p.m.
Chicago, Trubisky 26-43-0-303.
RECEIVING—Philadelphia, Jeffery 6-82, Ertz
At Queensland Tennis Centre
Brisbane, Australia
reaching the Alabama standard. A second na- Tuesday’s Matches
Memphis at New Orleans, 7 p.m.
Utah at Milwaukee, 7 p.m.
5-52, Tate 5-46, Agholor 3-32, Goedert 2-20, Purse: Men, $501,345 (WT250);
Smallwood 2-20, Sproles 2-14. Chicago, Rob- Women, $1 million (Premier)
tional championship in three seasons would Saltillo at Starkville, 5 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. inson 10-143, Gabriel 4-37, Miller 3-34, Cohen Surface: Hard-Outdoor
New York at Portland, 9 p.m. 3-27, Shaheen 3-13, Braunecker 2-15, Bellamy
give Clemson three overall (1981, 2016) and West Point at Caledonia, 5 p.m. Orlando at Sacramento, 9 p.m. 1-34.
put Swinney in prestigious company. Among Pontotoc at New Hope, 5 p.m.
Tuesday’s Games
Indiana at Cleveland, 6 p.m.
MISSED FIELD GOALS—Chicago, Parkey 43. Championship
Kei Nishikori (2), Japan, def. Daniil Medvedev
the Hall of Fame coaches with two national Washington at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. College Bowl Schedule (4), Russia, 6-4, 3-6, 6-2.
MSMS at Louisville, 5:30 p.m. Atlanta at Toronto, 6:30 p.m. Today’s Game Women
championships are Bobby Bowden of Florida Thursday’s Matches
Denver at Miami, 6:30 p.m. College Football Championship
At Santa Clara, California
Minnesota at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m. Karolina Pliskova (5), Czech Republic, def.
State and Joe Paterno of Penn State. Starkville Academy at Columbus Christian, 5 p.m. Sacramento at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Alabama (14-0) vs. Clemson (14-0), 7 p.m. Lesia Tsurenko, Ukraine, 4-6, 7-5, 6-2.

Charlotte at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. (ESPN) Doubles
Winona at MSMS, 5:30 p.m. Men
New York at Golden State, 9:30 p.m.
Wednesday’s Games Championship
Friday’s Matches Indiana at Boston, 6 p.m. Marcus Daniell, New Zealand, and Wesley

Caledonia at Louisville, 5 p.m.
Philadelphia at Washington, 6 p.m.
Atlanta at Brooklyn, 6:30 p.m.
NHL Koolhof, Netherlands, def. Rajeev Ram,
United States, and Joe Salisbury (4), Britain,
Continued from Page 1B New Hope at Kosciusko, 5 p.m. Cleveland at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Atlantic Division
6-4, 7-6 (6).
Milwaukee at Houston, 7 p.m. GP W L OT Pts GF GA Saturday
for a 22-10 loss to Baltimore (10-7) just two Madison Central at Starkville, 5:30 p.m. San Antonio at Memphis, 7 p.m. Tampa Bay 42 32 8 2 66 176 124 Singles
Phoenix at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Toronto 41 27 12 2 56 152 113
weeks ago. Saturday’s Matches Orlando at Utah, 8 p.m. Boston 42 24 14 4 52 122 110
Buffalo 42 22 14 6 50 120 120
Badgley set a franchise record for field Itawamba AHS at New Hope, Noon
Chicago at Portland, 9 p.m.
Detroit at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Montreal 42 22 15 5 49 131 132
Kei Nishikori (2), Japan, def. Jeremy Chardy,
France, 6-2, 6-2.
goals in a playoff game. He connected from Heritage Academy at St. Joseph Tournament Florida 40 17 16 7 41 130 142 Daniil Medvedev (4), Russia, def. Jo-Wilfried

21, 53, 40, 34 and 47 yards. Men’s College Basketball Football Detroit
44 16 21 7 39 124 151
43 15 23 5 35 136 172
Metropolitan Division
Tsonga, France, 7-6 (6), 6-2.
The Chargers built a 23-3 lead in the NFL Playoffs GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Lesia Tsurenko, Ukraine, def. Naomi Osaka (2),
Tuesday’s Games Wild-card Playoffs Washington 41 25 12 4 54 144 121 Japan, 6-2, 6-4.
fourth quarter before Jackson threw two Mississippi State at South Carolina, 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 5 Pittsburgh 42 23 13 6 52 147 122 Karolina Pliskova (5), Czech Republic, def.
Indianapolis 21, Houston 7 Columbus 41 24 14 3 51 135 126
touchdown passes to make it close. Given one Alabama at LSU, 8 p.m. Dallas 24, Seattle 22 N.Y. Islanders 40 23 13 4 50 121 107
Donna Vekic, Croatia, 6-3, 6-4.
Carolina 41 19 17 5 43 108 118
final chance to complete the comeback, the Wednesday’s Game
Sunday’s Games
L.A. Chargers 23, Baltimore 17 N.Y. Rangers 41 17 17 7 41 114 141
21-year-old looked every bit like the young- Auburn at Ole Miss, 6 p.m.
Philadelphia 16, Chicago 15 New Jersey 41 16 18 7 39 122 137
Philadelphia 41 15 20 6 36 116 148
Nicole Melichar, United States, and Kveta
Peschke (3), Czech Republic, def. Chan
est quarterback to start an NFL playoff game Thursday’s Games
Divisional Playoffs
Saturday, Jan. 12
Central Division
Hao-ching and Latisha Chan (4), Taiwan, 6-1,
when he lost the ball on his third fumble of Campbellsville University Somerset at Indianapolis at Kansas City, 3:35 p.m. (NBC) GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Dallas at L.A. Rams, 7:15 p.m. (FOX) Winnipeg 41 26 13 2 54 139 116 ATP World Tour Qatar
the game. Mississippi University for Women, 6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 13 Nashville 43 25 15 3 53 131 109
Los Angeles Chargers at New England, Colorado 42 20 14 8 48 144 129 ExxonMobil Open
Jackson was 14-for-29 for 194 yards with an Middle Tennessee at Southern Mississippi, 7 p.m. 12:05 p.m. (CBS) Dallas 43 22 17 4 48 116 116 Saturday
Minnesota 40 20 17 3 43 118 114 At The Khalifa International Tennis &
interception. He was sacked seven times. Saturday’s Games
Philadelphia at New Orleans, 3:40 p.m. (FOX)
Chicago 44 16 21 7 39 128 159 Squash Complex
“I wasn’t playing my game today. I’m ticked Ole Miss at Mississippi State, Noon
Conference Championships
Sunday, Jan. 20
St. Louis 39 16 19 4 36 110 129
Pacific Division
Doha, Qatar
Purse: $1.195 million (WT250)
off about that, definitely,” Jackson said. Texas A&M at Alabama, 2:30 p.m.
TBD, 2:05 p.m. (FOX)

43 26 13 4 56 153 123
Surface: Hard-Outdoor
The AFC North champion Ravens were UAB at Southern Mississippi, 4 p.m.
AFC Vegas
San Jose
45 26 15 4 56 136 119
43 23 13 7 53 150 135
Roberto Bautista Agut (7), Spain, def. Tomas
TBD, 5:40 p.m. (CBS)
making their first playoff appearance since Sunday’s Game Anaheim 43 19 17 7 45 104 127 Berdych, Czech Republic, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3.
Pro Bowl Vancouver 45 20 21 4 44 128 143
2014 after Jackson led the team on a 6-1 sea- Mississippi University for Women at Sunday, Jan. 27 Edmonton 42 20 19 3 43 118 131 ATP World Tour Tata
Arizona 42 18 21 3 39 108 118
son-ending run following an injury to long- Campbellsville University Somerset, 2 p.m.
At Orlando, Florida
AFC vs. NFC, 2 p.m. (ABC/ESPN) Los Angeles 43 17 23 3 37 98 127 Open Maharashtra
time starter Joe Flacco.
In the days leading up to the game, Jackson Women’s College Basketball Super Bowl
Sunday, Feb. 3
NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for
overtime loss. Top three teams in each division
At Mhalunge Balewadi Tennis Complex
Pune, India
Purse: $501,345 (WT250)
and two wild cards per conference advance to
Thursday’s Games At Atlanta
— the 2016 Heisman Trophy winner — was AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 5:30 p.m. playoffs. Surface: Hard-Outdoor
Southern Miss at Middle Tennessee, 6:30 p.m. (CBS)
lauded for the job he did to get Baltimore into Late Saturday Championship
LSU at Ole Miss, 7 p.m. Chargers 23, Ravens 17 Los Angeles 4, Edmonton 0 Kevin Anderson (1), South Africa, def. Ivo
the postseason. With the former Louisville L.A. Chargers 6 6 0 11—23 San Jose 5, Tampa Bay 2 Karlovic, Croatia, 7-6 (4), 6-7 (2), 7-6 (5).
Auburn at Alabama, 7 p.m. Baltimore 0 0 3 14—17 Sunday’s Games Doubles
star leading the way, the Ravens went on a First Quarter Carolina 5, Ottawa 4 Championship
Georgia at Mississippi State, 8 p.m. Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan (1), India, def.
tear by combining a time-consuming ground LAC—FG Badgley 21, 6:59.
LAC—FG Badgley 53, 1:08.
Arizona 5, N.Y. Rangers 0
Vegas 3, New Jersey 2 Luke Bambridge and Jonny O’Mara, Britain,
Saturday’s Games 6-3, 6-4.
game with the league’s top-ranked defense. Second Quarter Washington 3, Detroit 2
Winnipeg 5, Dallas 1
Southern Mississippi at UAB, 2 p.m. LAC—FG Badgley 40, 3:22.
WTA Shenzhen Open
Jackson finished with 54 yards rushing, LAC—FG Badgley 34, :00. Edmonton 4, Anaheim 0
Mississippi University for Women at Wesleyan Third Quarter Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 3
but he was booed by many in the crowd of 70, Bal—FG Tucker 33, 8:30. Today’s Games Longgang Tennis Center
Shenzhen, China
College, 3 p.m. Fourth Quarter Nashville at Toronto, 6 p.m.
432 after the Ravens fell behind by 20 points. LAC—Gordon 1 run (Mi.Williams pass from St. Louis at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Surface: Hard-Outdoor

“They were looking for better in us,” Jack- College Gymnastics Rivers), 14:44.
LAC—FG Badgley 47, 9:09.
Minnesota at Montreal, 6:30 p.m.
Calgary at Chicago, 7:30 p.m.
Alison Riske, United States, def. Vera
son said. “We didn’t perform well. It happens Friday’s Meet Bal—Crabtree 31 pass from L.Jackson
(Tucker kick), 6:33.
Los Angeles at San Jose, 9:30 p.m.
Tuesday’s Games Zvonareva, Russia, 6-0, 1-0 retired.
Alabama hosts Michigan, Denver, Bowling Green Aryna Sabalenka (1), Belarus, def. Wang Yafan,
sometimes.” Bal—Crabtree 7 pass from L.Jackson
(Tucker kick), 1:59.
Minnesota at Boston, 6 p.m.
Carolina vs. N.Y. Islanders at Nassau Veterans China, 6-2, 6-1.
Jackson threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to State A—70,432. Memorial Coliseum, 6 p.m. Final
Aryna Sabalenka (1), Belarus, def. Alison
Florida at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m.
Michael Crabtree to make it 23-10 with 6:33 College Rifle
First downs
14 11
New Jersey at Buffalo, 6 p.m.
Philadelphia at Washington, 6:30 p.m.
Riske, United States, 4-6, 7-6 (2), 6-3.
remaining and tossed a 7-yarder to Crabtree Saturday’s Meet Total Net Yards 243 229 Columbus at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m. Final
Peng Shuai and Zhaoxuan Yang (2), China, def.
Rushes-yards 33-89 23-90 Montreal at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
with 1:59 left, but Baltimore’s last chance end- Ole Miss vs. Alaska-Fairbanks/Ohio State Passing 154 139 Dallas at St. Louis, 7 p.m. Duan Yingying, China, and Renata Voracova,
Czech Republic, 6-4, 6-3.
ed when Jackson fumbled after being hit by (Columbus, Ohio)
Punt Returns
Kickoff Returns
Colorado at Winnipeg, 7 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Vegas, 9 p.m.
Uchenna Nwosu. Sunday’s Meet Interceptions Ret.
1-0 0-0
22-32-0 14-29-1
Edmonton at San Jose, 9:30 p.m.
Wednesday’s Games Transactions
Baltimore finished with 90 yards rushing Ole Miss vs. Akron (Columbus, Ohio) Sacked-Yards Lost
1-6 7-55
5-35.4 6-44.7
Nashville at Chicago, 7 p.m.
Colorado at Calgary, 8:30 p.m. Sunday’s Moves
after averaging 229.6 with Jackson at the College Swimming & Diving Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-2 Ottawa at Anaheim, 9 p.m. BASEBALL
American League
Penalties-Yards 5-35 7-41
helm. Saturday’s Meet Time of Possession 33:40 26:20
Tennis HOUSTON ASTROS — Traded INFs J.D.

Davis and Cody Bohanek to the N.Y. Mets for
OF Ross Adolph, INF Luis Santana and C Scott
Alabama hosts Miami men/Florida State women INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING—Los Angeles, Gordon 17-40, Ekel- Sydney International Manea.
Sunday National League
Men’s College Tennis er 11-29, Rivers 3-15, J.Jackson 2-5. Baltimore,
L.Jackson 9-54, Edwards 8-23, Dixon 6-13. At Olympic Park Tennis Centre
NEW YORK METS — Traded C Kevin Plawecki
to the Cleveland for RHP Walker Lockett and
PASSING—Los Angeles, Rivers 22-32-0-160.
Continued from Page 1B Thursday’s Matches Baltimore, L.Jackson 14-29-1-194. Purse: Men, $527,880 (ATP250); Women, INF Sam Haggerty.
$823,000 (Premier) PITTSBURGH PIRATES — Named Jeff Banis-
Mississippi State at Arizona State Invite RECEIVING—Los Angeles, K.Allen 4-37, ter special assistant/baseball operations.
Surface: Hard-Outdoor
(and) I had a couple of turnovers,” Foles said. Friday’s Matches
Gates 4-35, Ekeler 4-14, Benjamin 3-11, Mi.Wil-
liams 2-42, Ty.Williams 2-9, Green 1-8, Gordon Singles BASKETBALL
Men National Basketball Association
“I think the big thing is that no one loses Mississippi State at Arizona State Invite
1-3, Watt 1-1. Baltimore, Dixon 3-53, Snead
3-50, Andrews 3-31, Crabtree 2-38, Jo.Brown First Round ATLANTA HAWKS — Recalled F Omari
Spellman from Erie (NBAGL).
faith, no one stops believing, everyone just Ole Miss at the Hidden Dual (Miami, Florida)
2-14, Ma.Williams 1-8. Martin Klizan, Slovakia, def. Alexei Popyrin,
Australia, 7-6 (4), 4-6, 7-6 (5). MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES — Fired coach
MISSED FIELD GOALS—Baltimore, Tucker
keeps talking, keeps believing in one anoth- 50. Jordan Thompson, Australia, def. Adrian
Mannarino, France, 6-3, 6-3.
Tom Thibodeau. Named assistant coach Ryan
Saunders interim head coach for the remainder
er, and we just rallied. Our defense really kept
us in this game.”
on the air Eagles 16, Bears 15
Philadelphia 3 0 7 6—16
Chicago 0 6 0 9—15
First Round
of the season.
National Hockey League
ANAHEIM DUCKS — Assigned C Ben Street
Ken and Neal Skupski, Britain, def. Nikola
The defending league champion Eagles First Quarter
Phi—FG Elliott 43, 9:32. Mektic, Croatia, and Alexander Peya (3), and Ds Korbinian Holzer and Jake Dotchin to
Austria, 6-3, 6-4. San Diego (AHL).
(10-7) squeezed into the playoffs by beating COLLEGE FOOTBALL Second Quarter CALGARY FLAMES — Assigned G Jon Gillies
Washington and having the Bears (12-5)
Chi—FG Parkey 36, 9:38.
WTA ASB Classic and F Dillon Dube to Stockton (ECHL).
7 p.m. — College Football Playoff National Chi—FG Parkey 29, :00.
Third Quarter Sunday NEW JERSEY DEVILS — Assigned D Egor
help them by knocking off Minnesota in the Championship: Clemson vs. Alabama, ESPN, Phi—Goedert 10 pass from Foles (Elliott kick), At ASB Bank Tennis Centre
Auckland, New Zealand
Yakovlev to Binghamton (AHL). Recalled G
Cam Johnson from Binghamton.
season finale. Philadelphia thanked its bene- ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPNews Fourth Quarter Purse: $226,750 (Intl.)
Surface: Hard-Outdoor
SAN JOSE SHARKS — Signed F Lukas Radil
to a one-year contract extension through the
Chi—FG Parkey 34, 14:13.
factor with a 12-play, 60-yard drive on which NBA Chi—Robinson 22 pass from Trubisky Singles
2019-20 season.
Foles, the Super Bowl MVP last February, hit 7 p.m. — Memphis at New Orleans, Fox Sports
(pass failed), 9:04.
Phi—Tate 2 pass from Foles (run failed), :56. Julia Goerges (2), Germany, def. Bianca BUFFALO — QB Tyree Jackson will enter the
Andreescu, Canada, 2-6, 7-5, 6-1. NFL draft.
six passes. Southeast A—62,462.

Tate made a reaching grab in the right side NHL
of the end zone near the goal line. 6 p.m. — St. Louis at Philadelphia, NHL Network GOLF
“We found a way,” Tate said. “That’s play-
Schauffele ties course record in win
9:30 p.m. — Los Angeles at San Jose, NHL
off football right there for you. That’s why we Network
play this game for times like now once you get
to January and February.” Tuesday
COLLEGE BASKETBALL By DOUG FERGUSON with his second victory this season,
Philly plays at New Orleans (13-3) next 6 p.m. — Maryland at Minnesota, Big Ten Network The Associated Press and fourth in the last 18 months.
Sunday. Chicago’s sensational turnaround 6 p.m. — Duke at Wake Forest, ESPN He already has two multiple-win
season from last place to the NFC North title 6 p.m. — Tennessee at Missouri, ESPN2 KAPALUA, Hawaii — Xander seasons in his third year on the
is over. 6 p.m. — Iowa State at Baylor, ESPNEWS Schauffele never had a better round
PGA Tour. He moved to No. 6 in the
No team has repeated as Super Bowl cham- 6 p.m. — Texas at Oklahoma State, ESPNU or a more peculiar ending.
pion since New England in 2004, and the Ea- 6 p.m. — St. John’s at Villanova, FS1 After holing out for two eagles, and
6 p.m. — Texas A&M at Kentucky, SEC Network “This is the stuff you dream
gles are a sixth seed. The last sixth seed to closing with four birdies over his last
win the NFL title was Green Bay in the 2010 7 p.m. — Loyola Chicago at Evansville, CBS about,” Schauffele said. “But to ac-
five holes for an 11-under 62, he chose
season; the Packers won the NFC champion- Sports Network
to wait inside the scoring trailer to tually pull it off, it feels awesome.
ship at Soldier Field that season.
8 p.m. — North Carolina at North Carolina State,
see if it would be enough to beat Gary I could see myself doing it, but it’s
ESPN hard to believe just sitting here and
These Eagles, led by Foles once again re- 8 p.m. — Purdue at Michigan State, ESPN2 Woodland in the Sentry Tournament
placing an injured Carson Wentz, and a defense of Champions on Sunday. talking about it.”
8 p.m. — Oklahoma at Texas Tech, ESPNEWS
down to backups at several positions, seem to 8 p.m. — Mississippi State at South Carolina, ESPNU The trailer was just behind the In all four of his victories, he had
have that magical touch like last season. 8 p.m. — Alabama at LSU, SEC Network grandstands on the 18th hole. The to rally on the final day. Kapalua
It was a sizzling ending to a game marked 9 p.m. — Wyoming at San Diego State, CBS television had a 10-second delay. He presented the biggest deficit at five
by superior defense and several critical mis- Sports Network heard sighs. He heard radio traffic. shots. He delivered a record-tying
takes by the Eagles. They had to survive after 10 p.m. — UNLV at New Mexico, ESPN2 About the time he figured out that he round.
Tarik Cohen, an All-Pro punt returner, took NBA won, he saw Woodland’s birdie putt to He started with a bogey and fig-
7 p.m. — Minnesota at Oklahoma City, NBA TV ured he had nothing to lose. Before
back the kickoff following Philly’s go-ahead force a playoff slide by on the right.
9:30 p.m. — New York at Golden State, NBA TV
score 35 yards. Mitchell Trubisky completed “So it was a bit strange,” he said. long, he was in position to win. He
two passes to get the Bears close enough for 6:30 p.m. — Philadelphia at Washington, NBC “But the day was awesome.” ran off three straight birdies. He
Parkey. But his kick took a double deflection Sports Network Schauffele took another step to- chipped in from the front of the
and fell harmlessly into the end zone. ward joining the young elite in golf green on the par-5 ninth for eagle.
The Dispatch • Monday, January 7, 2019 3b


Dungee leads four players in double figures to pace Razorbacks
From Special Reports son. Malica Monk and Jailyn Arkansas 85, Ole Miss 55 is the sixth time Arkansas has points.
Mason added 16 points apiece had double-figure makes from “(Arkansas’ shooting) was
OXFORD — Chelsea Dun- to help Arkansas bounce back Ole Miss (6-10, 0-2) scored distance this season. the game,” Ole Miss coach Yo-
gee scored a game-high 17 from a league-opening loss four points before Arkansas Arkansas tied its sec- lett McPhee-McCuin said. “I
points to lead four players in to No. 7 Mississippi State on went on a 13-0 run to lead by as ond-best first half point total of don’t think it was because our
double figures Sunday in the Thursday. many as 20 points with a little the season with 42 at the break. kids didn’t play hard. Our reali-
Arkansas women’s basketball Monk has scored in double less than three minutes to play Arkansas had a big rebound- ty is we’re in the SEC, and it gets
team’s 85-55 victory against Ole figures 13 times. Mason’s effort in the second quarter. Monk ing advantage in the first half. tough. But on the flip side, there
Miss in a Southeastern Confer- was a season high. and Mason had 11 points to lead Even though the teams finished were a lot of positives from our
ence game at The Pavilion at Two scoring runs in the all scorers at the break. even with 39 rebounds each, Ar- freshmen, and I don’t think we
Ole Miss. second quarter allowed Arkan- Arkansas shot 47.8 percent kansas won the turnover battle, can expect Crystal to give us a
Kiara Williams had 13 points sas to open a 17-point halftime from the field and was 12-for-30 forcing 15 Ole Miss miscues. 20-point night every game. It’s
and 10 rebounds for her second lead. The frame opened with from 3-point range. Ole Miss Crystal Allen led Ole Miss just getting easier to defend if
double-double of the season for the Razorbacks scoring six in tied a season-low 20 percent with 13 points on 4-for-15 shoot- she’s the only one scoring.”
the Razorbacks (12-4, 1-1 SEC). a row in less than two minutes. from 3-point range (3-for-15). ing. La’Karis Salter, a trans- Ole Miss will play host to
Dungee scored in double fig- That stretched the lead to eight The Razorbacks had seven fer from Jacksonville by way LSU at 7 p.m. Thursday at The
ures for the 14th time this sea- points for Arkansas. 3-pointers in the first half. It of Mississippi State, added 11 Pavilion at Ole Miss.

Missouri earns fifth-straight victory
Texas A&M at Alabama, 2:30 p.m. SOUTH CAROLINA (10-4): Herbert Har-
Sunday’s Men’s Major (SEC Network) rigan 8-16 2-2 18, Jennings 2-8 2-2 6, Cooper
Georgia at Auburn, 3 p.m. (ESPN2) 1-4 3-4 5, Harris 1-3 2-2 4, Henderson 4-6 2-2
College Scores Tennessee at Florida, 5 p.m. (ESPN) 11, Grissett 1-1 0-0 2, Jackson 0-4 0-0 0, Sax-
East LSU at Arkansas, 5 p.m. (SEC Network) ton 2-4 1-1 5, Williams 0-1 0-0 0, Cliney 0-2 0-0
Colgate 73, American U. 69 Vanderbilt at Kentucky, 7:30 p.m. 0, Cuevas-Moore 4-9 1-2 9, Perry 1-4 0-0 2,
George Washington 70, Saint Joseph’s 56 (SEC Network) Totals 24-62 13-15 62.
Lehigh 89, Loyola (Md.) 72 Sunday’s Games Alabama 6 17 21 15 —59
Navy 50, Holy Cross 48
Wisconsin 71, Penn St. 52
No games scheduled South Carolina 15 18 14 15 —62 By The Associated Press
SEC Top 25 Women maining. Evina Westbrook
3-Point Goals—Alabama 5-18 (Walker
George Mason 68, St. Bonaventure 53
The Associated Press 2-6, Johnson 3-7, Wade 0-3, Craig Cruce 0-1, had a chance to tie the game
Louisville 90, Miami 73 Men’s Top 25 Fared Berry 0-1), South Carolina 1-12 (Herbert Har-
rigan 0-1, Cooper 0-2, Harris 0-1, Henderson
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — when she went to the foul
Dayton 72, Richmond 48
1. Duke (12-1) beat Clemson 87-68.
2. Michigan (15-0) beat Penn State
1-3, Jackson 0-2, Cuevas-Moore 0-1, Perry Missouri’s Sophie Cunning- Cunningham exchanging line with 59.4 seconds left,
0-2). Assists—Alabama 8 (Johnson 2), South
DePaul 75, Seton Hall 74
Iowa 93, Nebraska 84
68-55; beat No. 21 Indiana 74-63.
3. Tennessee (12-1) beat Georgia 96-50.
Carolina 13 (Cooper 4). Rebounds—Alabama ham irritated Tennessee’s words with Tennessee’s Rae but Missouri maintained a
36 (Copeland 8), South Carolina 38 (Herbert
Marquette 70, Xavier 52 4. Virginia (13-0) beat Marshall 100-64; Harrigan 9). Total Fouls—Alabama 14, South fan base late in the third Burrell and Lou Brown after 65-64 advantage after she
Michigan 74, Indiana 63 beat No. 9 Florida State 65-52.
N. Dakota St. 85, Dickinson State 53 5. Kansas (12-2) beat No. 23 Oklahoma
Carolina 11. A—11,392.
quarter by elbowing Tennes- the game. The same video missed the second of two
Northwestern 68, Illinois 66 70-63; lost to Iowa State 77-60. Arkansas 85, Ole Miss 55 see’s Rennia Davis on her showed Cunningham going
S. Dakota St. 79, South Dakota 61 6. Nevada (14-1) beat Utah State 72-49; ARKANSAS (12-4): Williams 6-9 1-1 free throws.
Saint Louis 60, Rhode Island 53 lost to New Mexico 85-58. 13, Dungee 5-12 4-4 17, Mason 6-11 0-0 16, way to the basket. back to shake the hand of
Temple 85, Wichita St. 81, OT 7. Gonzaga (14-2) beat Cal State Monk 7-13 0-0 16, Tolefree 2-10 0-0 4, Stout Cunningham missed a
SOUTHWEST Bakersfield 89-54; beat Santa Clara 91-48. 0-0 0-0 0, Thomas 0-0 0-0 0, Weaver 0-0 She gave them even more Tennessee assistant to the
Houston 90, Memphis 77 8. Michigan State (13-2) beat 0-0 0, Doumbia 1-1 0-2 3, Gaulden 2-4 0-0 4, shot on Missouri’s next pos-
FAR WEST Northwestern 81-55; beat No. 14 Ohio State Northcross-Baker 2-3 0-0 6, Spangler 0-0 0-0 reason to gripe by the end of head coach Janet McGee,
Southern Cal 77, Stanford 66 86-77. 0, Zimmerman 1-4 4-4 6, Totals 32-67 9-11 85. session, giving Tennessee
No. 2 Michigan 74, 9. Florida State (12-2) beat Winthrop OLE MISS (6-10): Crawford 2-5 0-0 4, the day. who initially appeared to
87-76; lost to No. 4 Virginia 65-52. another opportunity. Ten-
No. 21 Indiana 63 10. Virginia Tech (13-1) beat Notre Dame
Matthews 2-4 0-0 4, Allen 4-15 3-4 13, Reid
Cunningham scored 20 walk past her without shak-
81-66; beat Boston College 77-66.
1-4 1-3 3, Smith 2-3 2-2 6, Dunlap 0-1 0-0 0,
nessee called a timeout with
INDIANA (12-3): Morgan 9-22 5-8 25, 11. Texas Tech (13-1) beat West Virginia
Kitchens 0-0 0-0 0, Muhate 1-6 0-0 2, Salter
points and Haley Troup add- ing her hand.
Smith 3-4 0-0 6, Langford 5-11 6-6 17, Durham 62-59; beat Kansas State 63-57.
5-9 0-0 11, Dozier 1-3 4-4 6, Sessom 3-14 0-0
19.6 seconds left and got the
2-5 1-2 6, Green 4-9 0-0 9, Moore 0-1 0-0 0, 12. Auburn (11-2) did not play.
6, Totals 21-64 10-13 55. ed a career-high 16 points “I just wanted to make
Fitzner 0-2 0-0 0, McRoberts 0-0 0-0 0. Totals Arkansas 17 25 18 25 — 85
sure that she tapped my hand ball to Davis, whose shot
23-54 12-16 63.
13. Kentucky (10-3) lost to Alabama Ole Miss 13 12 11 19 — 55 off the bench as Missouri
MICHIGAN (15-0): Brazdeikis 2-7 6-7 10,
77-75. 3-Point Goals—Arkansas 12-30 (Dungee
because we’re going to meet bounced off the rim.
Teske 2-4 2-4 6, Simpson 5-10 2-2 12, Poole
14. Ohio State (12-2) lost to No. 8 3-7, Mason 4-6, Monk 2-5, Tolefree 0-6, Doum- edged the 10th-ranked Lady
8-13 0-0 18, Matthews 7-15 2-3 18, A.Davis 1-1
Michigan State 86-77.
15. North Carolina (11-3) beat Harvard
bia 1-1, Northcross-Baker 2-3, Zimmerman
0-2), Ole Miss 3-15 (Crawford 0-1, Allen 2-9, Volunteers 66-64 on Sun- again and I kind of wanted “I think it’s a makeable
0-0 2, Johns 4-5 0-0 8, Brooks 0-3 0-0 0, DeJu-
lius 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-58 12-16 74.
77-57; beat Pittsburgh 85-60.
16. Marquette (12-3) lost to St. John’s
Reid 0-1, Salter 1-1, Sessom 0-3). Assists—Ar-
day for its fifth-consecutive to end on good terms,” Cun- shot for me,” Davis said. “It
kansas 18 (Monk 5), Ole Miss 6 (Reid 2). Fouled
Halftime—Michigan 44-29. 3-Point
Goals—Indiana 5-14 (Morgan 2-5, Langford
89-69; beat Xavier 70-52.
17. Mississippi State (12-1) did not play.
Out—Ole Miss Smith. Rebounds—Arkansas
victory. Missouri (13-3, 2-0 ningham said. just didn’t go in.”
39 (Williams 10), Ole Miss 39 (Crawford 7). To-
1-2, Durham 1-2, Green 1-4, Fitzner 0-1),
Michigan 4-16 (Matthews 2-3, Poole 2-6, Teske
18. North Carolina State (13-1) beat
Miami 87-82.
tal Fouls—Arkansas 14, Ole Miss 20. A—1,642.
SEC) beat the Lady Vols at Tennessee’s Rennia Davis After Cunningham made
0-1, Brooks 0-1, Simpson 0-2, Brazdeikis 0-3).
Rebounds—Indiana 32 (Smith 9), Michigan 29
19. Houston (15-0) beat Tulsa 74-56; beat Auburn 64, Florida 56 Knoxville for the first time missed a potential go-ahead one of two free throws with
Memphis 90-77.
(Johns 8). Assists—Indiana 6 (Green 3), Mich-
igan 9 (Simpson 3). Total Fouls—Indiana 14,
20. Buffalo (13-1) beat Eastern Michigan
AUBURN (13-2): Alexander 8-15 3-5 22,
Howard 1-3 0-0 3, Thompson 4-6 0-0 8, McKay in five attempts and ended a shot in the final five seconds 3.1 seconds left, Tennessee
Michigan 16. A—12,707 (12,707). 21. Indiana (12-3) beat Illinois 73-65; lost
6-11 4-5 16, Primm 3-8 3-4 9, Jackson 0-1 0-0
0, White 0-0 0-0 0, Benton 0-0 0-0 0, Moore 20-game skid in road games and a game-tying attempt at called another timeout and
No. 16 Marquette 70, to No. 2 Michigan 74-63.
22. Wisconsin (11-4) lost to Minnesota
2-9 0-0 6, Sanders 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 24-54
against top-10 teams. the buzzer. got the ball at midcourt. The
10-14 64.
Xavier 52 59-52; beat Penn State 71-52.
23. Oklahoma (12-2) lost to No. 5 Kansas
FLORIDA (4-11): Moore 2-3 1-2 6, Robin-
“It was such a good game, In a game that neither Lady Vols again threw to Da-
XAVIER (9-7): Hankins 1-3 0-1 2, Mar- son 0-0 0-0 0, Nakkasoglu 4-12 0-0 11, Smith
shall 7-17 7-8 21, Castlin 0-3 0-0 0, Goodin 0-3 70-63; beat Oklahoma State 74-64.
24. Nebraska (11-4) lost to Maryland
4-11 4-4 15, Washington 1-8 0-0 3, Williams 2-3
it was a hard-fought win,” team ever led by more than vis, whose hurried shot that
1-2 1, Scruggs 5-11 7-8 17, Welage 1-5 0-0 3, 2-4 6, de Oliveira 2-4 2-2 7, Johnson 0-2 0-0 0,
Jones 1-3 2-7 4, Harden 1-6 0-0 2, Kennedy 1-3 74-72; lost to No. 25 Iowa 93-84.
25. Iowa (12-3) lost to Purdue 86-70; beat
Rainey 3-9 0-0 8, Totals 18-52 9-12 56. said Cunningham, who five points, Missouri was fell short of the basket.
0-0 2. Totals 17-54 17-26 52. Auburn 16 9 23 16 —64
MARQUETTE (12-3): J.Hauser 6-10 No. 24 Nebraska 93-84. Florida 17 14 13 12 —56 scored 32 points in a victory ahead 65-60 when Tennes- Troup, a redshirt fresh-
3-5 18, John 0-2 0-0 0, Howard 10-21 0-1 26,
S.Hauser 1-8 0-0 2, Anim 9-14 1-2 20, Morrow Sunday’s Women’s Major 3-Point Goals—Auburn 6-18 (Alexander
3-7, Howard 1-3, McKay 0-1, Moore 2-7), Flor- over Tennessee last season. see (12-2, 1-1) staged one last man who was averaging just
0-6 2-2 2, Bailey 0-0 0-0 0, Cain 1-1 0-0 2, Heldt
0-1 0-0 0, Marotta 0-0 0-0 0, Chartouny 0-0 0-0
College Scores ida 11-31 (Moore 1-1, Nakkasoglu 3-9, Smith
3-6, Washington 1-4, de Oliveira 1-2, Johnson “Honestly, I prefer those rally. 2.9 points per game, put Mis-
0. Totals 27-63 6-10 70.
Halftime—Marquette 35-26. 3-Point
American U. 76, Colgate 57
Army 69, Loyola (Md.) 57
0-2, Rainey 2-7). Assists—Auburn 9 (McKay
6), Florida 12 (Nakkasoglu 3). Rebounds—Au- close games. I think blowout Zaay Green made a three- souri ahead for good 56-54
Goals—Xavier 1-14 (Welage 1-3, Scruggs
0-1, Kennedy 0-1, Castlin 0-2, Marshall 0-3,
Boston U. 70, Bucknell 62 burn 34 (Thompson 9), Florida 32 (Williams 8).
Total Fouls—Auburn 19, Florida 13. Technical games can get old.” point play to cut Missouri’s by hitting a 3-pointer with
See SEC TOP 25, 5B
Elon 77, Hofstra 64
Harden 0-4), Marquette 10-29 (Howard 6-15,
J.Hauser 3-4, Anim 1-4, S.Hauser 0-6). Fouled
James Madison 51, Drexel 35 Fouls—Auburn Primm 1,Florida Washington
1. A—2,109.
A postgame video showed lead to 65-63 with 1:28 re-
Lafayette 73, Holy Cross 63
Out—John, Scruggs. Rebounds—Xavier

UConn women still have streak going
35 (Scruggs 10), Marquette 38 (Morrow 10).
Lehigh 56, Navy 38
NC State 85, Boston College 69 Georgia 71, Vanderbilt 64
Assists—Xavier 4 (Goodin 2), Marquette 15 Northeastern 88, William & Mary 74 GEORGIA (11-4): Paul 3-6 1-3 7, Robin-
(Howard 8). Total Fouls—Xavier 18, Marquette Providence 67, Villanova 61 son 2-9 2-2 6, Cole 2-9 5-6 9, Connally 8-14 8-8
21. A—17,309 (17,500). Quinnipiac 90, St. Peter’s 45 29, Johnson 0-0 0-0 0, Staiti 5-8 2-2 13, Cald-
well 3-5 0-0 6, Hubbard 0-1 0-0 0, Morrison 0-5
No. 19 Houston 90, Rider 62, Fairfield 59
Rutgers 74, Penn St. 61 1-2 1, Totals 23-57 19-23 71.
Memphis 77
MEMPHIS (9-6): Maurice 1-2 2-3 4,
Siena 59, Iona 47
Texas 70, West Virginia 58
VANDERBILT (5-10): Fasoula 8-14 5-9
21, Newby 8-10 2-5 18, Carter 2-4 3-4 7, Clem-
ons-Green 1-5 0-0 3, Walker 2-10 0-0 5, Hor- The Associated Press
Women’s Notebook
T.Harris 1-6 0-0 3, Martin 4-9 7-8 16, Jones Towson 56, Delaware 48
UMass 70, Saint Louis 66 rocks 3-5 0-0 6, Cambridge 1-4 2-4 4, Totals
0-3 0-0 0, Thornton 1-4 4-4 6, Davenport 6-12 25-52 12-22 64.
3-5 17, Parks 0-1 2-2 2, Brewton 10-13 1-2 25,
Lomax 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 25-52 19-24 77.
Arkansas 85, Mississippi 55 Georgia 15 12 16 28 —71 NEW YORK — Many of the Connecticut late Hall of Fame coach Kay Yow.
Vanderbilt 10 18 15 21 —64
HOUSTON (15-0): Alley 2-5 0-0 5, Brady Auburn 64, Florida 56
Clemson 71, Virginia 65 3-Point Goals—Georgia 6-11 (Cole 0-1, women’s basketball team’s incredible regu- It was the team’s first game playing with-
2-4 0-0 4, Brooks 8-14 0-1 22, Davis 3-10 2-2 Connally 5-7, Staiti 1-1, Hubbard 0-1, Morri-
11, Robinson 4-8 2-2 11, White 2-6 0-0 4, Columbia 72, Mercer 68
Davidson 67, George Mason 59 son 0-1), Vanderbilt 2-8 (Clemons-Green 1-2, lar-season streaks are over after its loss to out leading scorer Grace Hunter, who will
Gresham 1-2 2-4 4, Jarreau 4-11 2-3 10, Hinton
7-13 4-4 19. Totals 33-73 12-16 90. Florida St. 64, North Carolina 63 Walker 1-5, Horrocks 0-1). Assists—Georgia
12 (Cole 5), Vanderbilt 18 (Clemons-Green 6). Baylor on Thursday in Waco, Texas. be sidelined for the rest of the season with a
Halftime—Houston 45-34. 3-Point Georgia 71, Vanderbilt 64
Goals—Memphis 8-23 (Brewton 4-6, Dav- LSU 63, Texas A&M 52 Fouled Out—Georgia Paul, Robinson, Staiti,
Vanderbilt Clemons-Green. Rebounds—Geor-
Still, the Huskies have one left that is right knee injury. The Wolfpack announced
Louisville 73, Duke 51
enport 2-5, Martin 1-2, T.Harris 1-5, Maurice
0-1, Thornton 0-2, Jones 0-2), Houston 12-34 Miami 72, Wake Forest 57 gia 33 (Paul 8), Vanderbilt 31 (Fasoula 8). Total
Fouls—Georgia 24, Vanderbilt 23. A—2,094.
among the most remarkable in sports. They on Twitter just before tipoff she tore her ante-
Mississippi St. 86, Kentucky 71
(Brooks 6-11, Davis 3-10, Robinson 1-3, Alley
1-4, Hinton 1-5, Jarreau 0-1). Rebounds— Missouri 66, Tennessee 64 Late Saturday Women’s haven’t had a losing streak in 25 years. rior cruciate ligament Thursday in a victory
Memphis 29 (Martin 8), Houston 38 (Hinton 9).
Assists—Memphis 13 (Lomax 4), Houston 20
North Greenville 78, Furman 74
Notre Dame 76, Georgia Tech 55 Major Scores That’s right, UConn has gone 938 consecu- against Duke.
(Robinson 7). Total Fouls—Memphis 19, Hous- South Carolina 62, Alabama 59
Syracuse 75, Virginia Tech 73
Cal St.-Fullerton 72, Hawaii 68 tive games without back-to-back defeats. The “It’s really going to be tough — leading
ton 21. Technicals—Jones, Jarreau. A—7,039
(8,479). MIDWEST
Butler 66, St. John’s 45
Denver 87, North Dakota 66 Huskies kept that run going with a 20-point win scorer, second-leading rebounder, second
No. 22 Wisconsin 71, Cincinnati 69, SMU 57 SEC Women over Houston on Sunday. Since the start of the in assists. We lost a great player,” N.C. State
Creighton 65, Georgetown 38 Conf. Pct. Overall Pct.
Penn State 52 Drake 82, Illinois St. 64 Miss. State 2-0 1.000 14-1 .933 1993-94 season, they are 59-0 following a loss. coach Wes Moore said. “All you can do is
WISCONSIN (11-4): Happ 10-24 2-2 22, Illinois 66, Minnesota 62 Missouri 2-0 1.000 13-3 .813
Reuvers 5-7 0-1 11, Trice 2-9 0-0 5, Davison Indiana 68, Michigan St. 64 Georgia 2-0 1.000 11-4 .733 UConn’s NCAA record of 126 straight reg- get back to work. I’m proud of the way they
5-9 1-2 14, Iverson 0-0 0-0 0, Ford 0-1 0-0 0,
Thomas 3-4 0-0 7, Ballard 0-0 0-0 0, McGrory
Indiana St. 61, S. Illinois 58
Loyola of Chicago 80, Valparaiso 54
S. Carolina
2-0 1.000 10-4
1-1 .500 14-2
ular-season wins went by the wayside. As did rebounded, especially after a quick turn-
0-0 0-0 0, Strickland 1-1 0-0 2, Pritzl 2-3 0-0 6,
King 2-3 0-0 4. Totals 30-61 3-5 71.
Missouri St. 88, Evansville 66
N. Iowa 81, Bradley 78
Auburn 1-1 .500 13-2 .867 the school’s 55-game winning streak in true around.”
Tennessee 1-1 .500 12-2 .857
PENN STATE (7-8): Stevens 9-18 4-4 22,
Watkins 2-2 0-0 4, Bolton 2-10 2-2 7, Reaves
Nebraska-Omaha 78, N. Dakota St. 61
South Dakota 105, S. Dakota St. 98
Arkansas 1-1 .500 12-4 .750 road games. Baylor’s victory was the first The Wolfpack aren’t the only ones playing
3-8 0-1 6, Dread 3-7 0-3 9, Buttrick 1-3 1-1 3,
Harrar 0-1 0-0 0, Wheeler 0-1 0-0 0, Jones 0-3
Xavier 63, Seton Hall 62
1-1 .500 10-4
1-1 .500 9-6
.600 game UConn lost in regulation since 2013 well to start the season. Ohio has won its first
1-2 1. Totals 20-53 8-13 52. Baylor 73, Texas Tech 56 Texas A&M
Ole Miss
0-2 .000 11-4
0-2 .000 6-10
when the Lady Bears also beat them. Their 12 games — the best start in program histo-
Halftime—Wisconsin 33-23. 3-Point Oklahoma St. 75, TCU 71
Goals—Wisconsin 8-16 (Davison 3-3, Pritzl UConn 81, Houston 61 Vanderbilt 0-2 .000 5-10 .333 only regular-season defeat since then was 88- ry. It also matches the longest winning streak
2-2, Thomas 1-2, Reuvers 1-2, Trice 1-6, Ford FAR WEST Florida 0-2 .000 4-11 .267
0-1), Penn St. 4-20 (Dread 3-7, Bolton 1-6, Ste- Arizona St. 76, Colorado 70 86 in overtime at Stanford on Nov. 14, 2014. at the school under coach Bob Boldon. N.C.
vens 0-1, Reaves 0-1, Harrar 0-1, Buttrick 0-2,
Jones 0-2). Rebounds—Wisconsin 28 (Happ
California 66, Southern Cal 59
Oregon 98, Washington St. 58
Sunday’s Games
South Carolina 62, Alabama 59 “What is disappointing for me, not that we State and Ohio are joined by Louisville as the
8), Penn St. 33 (Watkins 10). Assists—Wis-
consin 17 (Happ, Trice 4), Penn St. 10 (Bolton
Oregon St. 78, Washington 67
Stanford 86, UCLA 80
Auburn 64, Florida 56
Missouri 66, Tennessee 64
lost. How long did you think you were going only unbeaten teams in Division I.
5). Total Fouls—Wisconsin 14, Penn St. 13.
A—8,342 (15,261).
Utah 80, Arizona 64 Arkansas 85, Ole Miss 55 to win every game in the regular season, 10 “These are all character-building oppor-
No. 7 Mississippi State 86, Georgia 71, Vanderbilt 64
years?” coach Geno Auriemma said after the tunities,” Boldon said after an overtime win
No. 25 Iowa 93, LSU 63, Texas A&M 52
No. 16 Kentucky 71 Mississippi State 86, Kentucky 71
68-57 defeat Thursday, “So I’m not surprised against Buffalo on Saturday. “I thought our
No. 24 Nebraska 84 KENTUCKY (14-2): McKinney 2-2 0-0 5, Today’s Games
NEBRASKA (11-4): Copeland 8-16 7-8 Wyatt 3-5 2-2 9, Howard 6-14 1-2 15, Morris No games scheduled
Tuesday’s Games
that we lost, but it was disappointing that we kids fought some adversity. I don’t think any-
24, Roby 8-10 0-0 17, Allen 3-8 3-4 10, Wat- 7-15 4-4 20, Murray 1-6 4-4 6, Anyagaligbo 1-4
son 3-10 0-0 6, Palmer 6-15 8-11 20, Borchardt 2-2 4, Green 1-2 0-0 2, Paschal 2-5 1-2 5, Rop- Wednesday’s Games struggled so much on the offensive end.” one went into halftime feeling good about
0-0 0-0 0, Heiman 0-0 0-0 0, Akenten 2-6 2-3 er 2-5 0-0 5, Totals 25-58 14-16 71. No games scheduled
7, Thorbjarnarson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-65 20- MISSISSIPPI STATE (14-1): Bibby 5-14 Thursday’s Games Here are some other things that happened their offensive game, so to come out in the
26 84.
IOWA (12-3): Cook 4-6 8-9 16, Kriener
7-8 18, Howard 8-14 4-5 21, McCowan 5-10
3-5 13, Danberry 7-12 3-3 17, Holmes 2-7 4-4 8,
Kentucky at Tennessee, 6 p.m. (SEC Network)
Florida at South Carolina, 6 p.m. in women’s college basketball this week: second half and put up 46 plus the eight in
5-8 3-3 14, Moss 3-10 5-6 12, Wieskamp 4-10
0-0 10, Bohannon 5-11 10-10 25, Till 0-0 0-0 0,
Carter 2-4 0-0 4, Campbell 0-0 0-0 0, Scott 2-6
0-0 5, Taylor 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 31-68 21-25 86.
Arkansas at Missouri, 7 p.m. overtime, I think that shows a little bit of
Texas A&M at Vanderbilt, 7 p.m.
Garza 3-6 2-2 8, N.Baer 1-4 1-2 4, McCaffery
0-1 0-0 0, Dailey 2-3 0-0 4. Totals 27-59 29-
32 93.
Kentucky 11 16 22 22 —71
Mississippi St. 26 15 23 22 —86
3-Point Goals—Kentucky 7-18 (McK-
Auburn at Alabama, 7 p.m.
LSU at Ole Miss, 7 p.m. Strong starts mental toughness and desire to win games.”
Halftime—Iowa 44-40. 3-Point Goals— inney 1-1, Wyatt 1-1, Howard 2-7, Morris 2-5,
Georgia at Mississippi State, 8 p.m. Ninth-ranked N.C. State is off to the best
Nebraska 4-23 (Roby 1-1, Akenten 1-4, Cope-
land 1-4, Allen 1-4, Watson 0-5, Palmer 0-5),
Roper 1-4), Mississippi St. 3-11 (Bibby 1-7,
Howard 1-1, Scott 1-3). Assists—Kentucky 12
(SEC Network)
Friday’s Games start in school history, winning its first 15 Bragging rights
Iowa 10-22 (Bohannon 5-8, Wieskamp 2-4,
Kriener 1-1, N.Baer 1-3, Moss 1-4, Garza 0-1,
(Howard 4), Mississippi St. 16 (Danberry 5).
Fouled Out—Kentucky Wyatt, Rebounds—
No games scheduled
Saturday’s Games games, including Sunday’s victory over Bos- South Dakota beat rival South Dakota
Dailey 0-1). Rebounds—Nebraska 28 (Roby Kentucky 24 (Howard 5), Mississippi St. 48 No games scheduled
Sunday, Jan. 13 ton College. The victory surpassed the 1999- State 105-98 in double overtime on Sunday.
9), Iowa 38 (Moss 10). Assists—Nebraska 17 (Howard 12). Total Fouls—Kentucky 25, Mis-
(Watson 5), Iowa 16 (Moss, Bohannon 5). To-
tal Fouls—Nebraska 25, Iowa 22. A—11,782
sissippi St. 18. Technical Fouls—Mississippi Ole Miss at Kentucky, Noon (SEC Network)
Alabama at Texas A&M, 1 p.m. (ESPNU)
2000 squad that won its first 14 games under
St. TEAM 1. A—8,830.
(15,500). Tennessee at Georgia, 2 p.m. (ESPN)

Three undefeated men’s teams remain
Late Saturday’s Men’s Missouri 66, Missouri at Florida, 2 p.m. (SEC Network)

Major Scores No. 10 Tennessee 64 Vanderbilt at Arkansas, 2 p.m.
South Carolina at LSU, 4 p.m. (SEC Network)
MISSOURI (13-3): Schuchts 0-4 0-0 0,
SOUTHWEST Aldridge 4-6 1-2 12, Cunningham 6-12 5-6 20, Monday, Jan. 14
Texas 61, West Virginia 54 Roundtree 0-1 2-2 2, Smith 3-8 1-2 7, Berg 1-2 Mississippi State at Auburn, 6 p.m.
FAR WEST 0-0 2, Porter 1-4 1-2 3, Tahane 1-2 0-0 2, Cha- (SEC Network)
Boise St. 88, San Diego St. 64
CS Bakersfield 73, Utah Valley 71
vis 0-0 0-0 0, Levy 1-3 0-0 2, Troup 5-7 2-2 16, The AP Women’s By JOHN MARSHALL
Top 25 Rewind and beat Memphis 90-77 to
Totals 22-49 12-16 66.
Fresno St. 78, Colorado St. 67 The Associated Press extend the nation’s longest
Gonzaga 91, Santa Clara 48
TENNESSEE (12-2): Green 4-6 5-8 13,
Jackson 0-9 2-2 2, Davis 6-12 2-2 16, Green
Top 25 Fared
Long Beach St. 124, Bethesda 52 4-9 1-1 11, Westbrook 5-19 6-10 16, Collins 0-0
1. UConn (12-1) lost to No. 8 Baylor
68-57; beat Houston 81-61.
history. home winning streak to 28
Portland St. 77, Montana 74, OT
Rio Grande 81, California Baptist 74
0-0 0, Kushkituah 0-0 0-0 0, Burrell 0-0 0-0 0, 2. Notre Dame (14-1) beat Pittsburgh The number of unbeaten “The one thing we’ve prid- games.
Massengill 3-8 0-1 6, Totals 22-63 16-24 64.
S. Utah 90, Weber St. 82, OT
Saint Mary’s (Cal) 88, BYU 66
Missouri 10 14 24 18 — 66
100-44; beat Georgia Tech 76-55.
3. Louisville (14-0) beat North Carolina teams in college basketball is ed ourselves on was really
Tennessee 11 14 21 18 — 64 73-66; beat Duke 73-51. down to three. competing until the end,” Ne-
San Diego 73, Pacific 64
UNLV 68, Wyoming 56
Washington 85, Washington St. 67
3-Point Goals—Missouri 10-22
(Schuchts 0-2, Aldridge 3-3, Cunningham 3-5,
Roundtree 0-1, Smith 0-3, Berg 0-1, Levy 0-1,
4. Maryland (13-1) lost to Rutgers 73-65;
beat Ohio State 75-69. No. 6 Nevada dropped vada coach Eric Musselman
Cyclones rising
Yale 94, CS Northridge 90, OT Troup 4-6), Tennessee 4-13 (Jackson 0-3, Da-
5. Oregon (13-1) beat Washington 84-71;
from the ranks of the unbeat- Iowa State coach Steve
Southeastern vis 2-3, Green 2-5, Westbrook 0-1, Massengill
beat Washington State 98-58.
6. Stanford (12-1) beat Southern Cal said. “We didn’t play hard Prohm had to bide his time
0-1). Assists—Missouri 14 (Cunningham 6), 72-64; beat UCLA 86-80. en with an 85-58 loss at New tonight. We splintered and
Conference Men Tennessee 7 (Westbrook 3). Rebounds— 7. Mississippi State (14-1) beat Arkansas early in 2018-19 as the Cy-
Conf. Pct. Overall Pct. Missouri 34 (Smith 8), Tennessee 41 (Green 93-69; beat No. 16 Kentucky 86-71. Mexico, leaving No. 2 Michi- we came apart. We have to
Tennessee 1-0 1.000 12-1 .923 14). Total Fouls—Missouri 17, Tennessee 19. 8. Baylor (11-1) beat Texas-Rio Grande
gan, No. 4 Virginia, and No. clones opened the season
Ole Miss 1-0 1.000 11-2 .846 A—9,113. Valley 98-37; beat No. 1 UConn 68-57; beat regroup and try to play better
Alabama 1-0 1.000 10-3 .769 LSU 63, Texas Tech 73-56.
19 Houston as the only teams with eight scholarship play-
Arkansas 1-0 1.000 10-3 .769 9. N.C. State (15-0) beat Duke 63-51; next game.”
S. Carolina 1-0 1.000 6-7 .462 No. 21 Texas A&M 52 beat Boston College 85-69. with unblemished records. ers due to injuries.
Miss. State 0-0 .000 12-1 .923 10. Tennessee (12-2) beat Auburn 78-69; Michigan (14-0, 3-0 Big
TEXAS A&M (11-4): Jones 2-3 0-0 4,
The Wolf Pack staged a Now that the Cyclones are
Auburn 0-0 .000 11-2 .846 Johnson 4-10 5-7 13, Carter 8-19 3-5 20, Wash- lost to Missouri 66-64.
Ten Conference) continued
0-0 .000 10-3
0-0 .000 9-3
ington 2-6 0-1 4, Wells 3-8 3-3 9, Martin 0-0
0-0 0, Rael-Whitsitt 1-1 0-0 2, Jackson 0-1 0-0
11. Oregon State (12-2) beat Washington
State 76-69; beat Washington 78-67. stunning comeback at The its impressive follow-up to finally healthy, they’re show-
0-1 .000 10-3
0-1 .000 9-4
0, Walton 0-0 0-0 0, Williams 0-3 0-0 0, Totals
20-51 11-16 52.
12. Minnesota (12-2) lost to Michigan
76-60; lost to Illinois 66-62. Pit in 2017, overcoming a last year’s national title-game ing what they can do.
0-1 .000 8-5
0-1 .000 8-5
LSU (10-4): Mitchell 4-6 2-2 10, Aifuwa 13. Texas (12-2) beat Oklahoma State
60-51; beat West Virginia 70-58. 14-point deficit with 1 min- run by rolling over Penn State Forcing 24 turnovers,
2-3 2-2 6, Norton 4-11 1-2 9, Pointer 6-16 9-10
Texas A&M 0-1 .000 6-6 .500 22, Richard-Harris 3-7 3-4 11, Bidikuindila 0-1 14. Syracuse (13-2) beat Clemson 84-75;
beat Virginia Tech 75-73, OT. ute, 10 seconds left to top 68-55. Michigan survived a Iowa State had its most lop-
0-0 0, Brooks 0-5 0-0 0, Cherry 0-4 0-0 0, Seay
Sunday’s Games 1-2 0-0 2, Spencer 1-4 1-2 3, Totals 21-59 18- 15. Michigan State (11-3) lost to
the Lobos 105-104 in double big test Sunday, knocking off sided win over No. 5 Kansas
No games scheduled Northwestern 70-62; lost to Indiana 68-64.
Today’s Games
22 63.
Texas A&M 12 8 21 11 — 52 16. Kentucky (14-2) beat Vanderbilt overtime. No. 21 Indiana 74-63. in 46 years with a 77-60 victo-
No games scheduled 77-55; lost to No. 7 Mississippi State 86-71.
Tuesday’s Games
LSU 14 7 19 23 — 63
3-Point Goals—Texas A&M 1-8 (Carter 17. Gonzaga (15-1) beat Pepperdine New Mexico (8-6, 2-0 Virginia (13-0, 1-0 Atlan- ry in Ames on Saturday. The
Tennessee at Missouri, 6 p.m. (ESPN2) 79-74; beat Saint Mary’s 74-62; beat Pacific
Texas A&M at Kentucky, 6 p.m. (SEC Network)
1-5, Washington 0-1, Wells 0-2), LSU 3-15 (Nor-
ton 0-1, Pointer 1-3, Richard-Harris 2-5, Brooks 83-63. Mountain West Conference) tic Coast Conference) put Cyclones (12-2, 2-0 Big 12
Mississippi State at South Carolina, 8 p.m.
0-3, Cherry 0-2, Spencer 0-1). Assists—Texas
A&M 7 (Carter 2), LSU 16 (Pointer 5). Fouled
18. California (10-3) lost to UCLA 84-79,
OT; beat Southern Cal 66-59. took control from the start on another defensive show Conference) were up to No.
Alabama at LSU, 8 p.m. (SEC Network)
Wednesday’s Games
Out—Texas A&M Carter, Rebounds—Texas
A&M 34 (Carter 10), LSU 38 (Mitchell 14). To-
19. Iowa (10-3) beat Nebraska 77-71.
20. Marquette (12-3) beat Creighton Saturday night, building a against No. 9 Florida State, 18 in The Associated Press
Vanderbilt at Georgia, 5:30 p.m. (SEC Network)
Auburn at Ole Miss, 6 p.m. (ESPN2)
tal Fouls—Texas A&M 21, LSU 18. Technical 85-67; beat No. 24 DePaul 96-63.
21. Texas A&M (11-4) lost to No. 23 South double-digit lead and, this holding the Seminoles to 15 Top 25 early in the season
Fouls—Texas A&M Carter 1. A—2,290.
Florida at Arkansas, 7:30 p.m. (SEC Network) Carolina 60-57; lost to LSU 63-52.
time, maintaining its advan- field goals in a 65-52 win. before dropping out. The win
Thursday’s Games No. 23 South Carolina 62, 22. Arizona State (11-3) beat Utah 65-63;
No games scheduled beat Colorado 76-70. tage to send its fans storm- Houston (14-0) opened its over the Jayhawks could get
Friday’s Games Alabama 59 23. South Carolina (10-4) beat No. 21
No games scheduled ALABAMA (9-6): Copeland 4-6 0-0 8, Texas A&M 60-57; beat Alabama 62-59. ing onto the court. The Wolf American Athletic Confer- them back in.
Saturday’s Games Walker 5-15 5-6 17, Abrams 0-2 0-0 0, Johnson 24. DePaul (10-5) beat Providence
Missouri at South Carolina, Noon 6-16 4-6 19, Wade 4-16 3-3 11, Craig Cruce 0-2 88-62; lost to No. 20 Marquette 96-63. Pack (14-1, 0-1) had matched ence (AAC) schedule with
(SEC Network) 0-0 0, Knight 2-2 0-0 4, Barber 0-0 0-0 0, Berry 25. Iowa State (12-2) beat Kansas State
Ole Miss at Mississippi State, Noon (WCBI) 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 21-60 12-15 59. 96-58; beat Kansas 82-73. the best start in program a 74-56 win against Tulsa
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Howard completed her progress toward the rim
undergraduate degree at the other way.
Texas A&M earlier this “In our games, she is ex-
year and transferred to actly what she was (at Tex-
MSU. In three years at as A&M),” Mitchell said.
Texas A&M, Howard set “She is unbelievable. She
a career record with 1,002 is so aggressive, so tough. I
rebounds. She was the first am sure they’re very happy
Texas A&M player with she transferred to Missis-
more than 1,000 career re- sippi State.”
bounds. Her 9.8 career re- MSU’s pressure on
bounding average sets the Howard continued into
Texas A&M record. the second quarter, as the
On March 19, 2016, defense converged on her
Howard set an NCAA tour- as she drove on the left
nament record and Texas
baseline. Earlier in the
A&M single-game record
game, Howard executed
with 27 rebounds against
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Monday to Sunday.
Howard’s intentions by Monday to Sunday.
also lettered in volleyball Harris, middle, and director of basketball operations Difficulty Level 1/05

and cross country. She also Maryann Baker, left, try to get in front of coach Vic going 6-for-8 from the
qualified for the NCAA Schaefer field and scoring 16 of her
Regional Championship team-high 20 points in the
in track and field in 2016, and helped the Bulldogs “I thought (MSU’s de- second half. Not all of the
finishing 38th in the triple throw the first punch. How- fense) confused (Rhyne) points came when How-
jump (39 feet, 10 inches). ard helped the Bulldogs some, and they switched ard was guarding her.
Howard has used that “En- set the tone by executing their on-ball screen and Howard made it equal-
ergizer bunny” energy, as the game plan and taking didn’t really trap her,” ly difficult on her de-
Schaefer called it Sunday, Kentucky’s Howard out Kentucky coach Matthew fenders with her activity
to become an integral piece of her game in the first Mitchell said. “She just did around the rim and her
of the Bulldogs’ puzzle. not get aggressive enough, quickness off the drib-
Sunday’s Cryptoquote:
half. Rhyne Howard, a 6-2
Still, though, Howard guard, entered the game as and it was a great game for ble. She said she is more
said she has room to grow the Wildcats’ leading scor- her. This is exactly what comfortable with the ball,
in Schaefer’s system, er (17.5 points per game), she needs. ... Mississippi even though she said she
which is predicated on play- State just kind of walled her still needs to work on her
but she was a primary fo-
er-to-player defense nearly up and wouldn’t let her go ball handling.
cus of the Bulldogs from
every possession. by.” On this day, though,
the opening tip. With An-
“It’s a new program for Mitchell said he an-
riel Howard guarding her, Howard looked more like
me and a new defensive ticipated Anriel Howard
Howard lost the basketball a polished player rather
scheme,” Howard said. guarding Rhyne Howard.
at the 5-minute, 28-second than a work in progress.
“Ninety-nine percent of the He also credited her con-
time we play man-to-man. mark, even though the “I think my range has
tributions in 36 minutes
I was used to doing more turnover was credited to for helping MSU have a 48- extended,” Howard said.
help defense because we Amanda Paschal. 24 edge in rebounds. The “I shoot more threes and
ran a lot of zone at my for- Later in the first quarter, Bulldogs had 25 offensive I am comfortable shoot-
mer school, so I was good with Rhyne Howard back rebounds and had a 48-22 ing them. A good piece is
at that. But I am trying to into the game after a break, edge in points in the paint. I have guards who have
improve on my man-to- Anriel Howard absorbed Anriel Howard did a little helped me with becom-
man coverage. I can do it. I contact from Howard on a bit of everything, going ing more comfortable
am athletic to do it. I have drive on the right wing. An- 8-for-14 from the field and with handling the ball, so
to be fundamental, and that riel Howard didn’t give an hitting her only 3-pointer. I think they have helped
is what I have been strug- inch after Rhyne Howard’s She showed her poise by me become better offen-
gling with.” attempt to gain space with converting two Euro step sively.”
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Gainesville, Florida. In its overs. Offense continues to click to be real careful with all of our players.
last 129 games, MSU has Senior guard Jazzmun Sophomore Chloe Bibby has played I just felt having two point guards on the
committed 20 or more Holmes had a season-high a key role in MSU’s high-scoring ways. floor with Jordan 9Danberry) and Jazz
Bibby entered the game against was important with all of that pressure.
turnovers 10 times, in- four turnovers, but she Kentucky fourth on the team in scoring I just didn’t want to take one off the floor.”
cluding twice this season countered that with eight at 11.6 points per game. Her total is part
(20 vs. Lamar). points, six rebounds, five of the Bulldogs’ 92.6 ppg. that leads the Notes
MSU’s ability to take assists, and a career-high nation. Schaefer apologized for getting ACROSS
better care of the bas- six steals in 38 minutes. MSU’s versatility came though Sun- called for a technical foul at the 3-min- 1 Open-handed hit
day on a day McCowan played a little ute, 13-second mark of the second quar- 5 Patisserie worker
ketball might be the best “Turnover wise, I know more than half of the game, the team
indicator of its develop- we can be better,” Holmes committed a season-high 24 turnovers,
ter. He received the technical foul from 10 One of a bear
ment from a 13-17 team said. “It all starts with me and Bibby went 1-for-7 from 3-point
Scott Yarbrough after he disagreed with trio
in Schaefer’s first season. range. Still, Bibby found a way to score a held ball call on a tie-up with McCow- 11 Comes up
because I have the ball
That squad committed 18 points, which was second on the an. Schaefer motioned to the officials 13 Resting on
in my hands most off the team, on 5-for-14 shooting. She did so by that he thought a foul should have been 14 Tourist’s car
603 turnovers and had time.” going 7-for-8 from the free-throw line and called on a Kentucky player reaching in 15 Brain parts
334 assists. The Bulldogs Limited minutes for McCowan grabbing seven rebounds in 37 minutes. on McCowan. “I am beside myself and 17 In the style of
had more turnovers than Schaefer would prefer to have se- “I was so impressed with Bibby mad at myself for doing that,” Schaefer 18 Main dishes
assists in each of the next nior Teaira McCowan on the court than today and her effort and her savvy and said. “I ask my kids to play with poise
her tenacity just hurt us on the board,” 19 Bauxite product
three seasons as their win sitting next to him on the bench.
Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell said. “I
and handle themselves and I get caught 20 Animator’s frame
total increased from 22 to Unfortunately, the 6-foot-7 center up in things. There is no excuse for that.
logged only 22 minutes on the court due thought we did a good job on her from 21 Nuisance
27 to 28. In 2016-17, MSU to foul trouble. She still had enough time the 3-point line — (where she was) 1-for- That shouldn’t have happened.” ... MSU 22 Misbehave
turned the table with 574 to score 13 points and grab 10 rebounds 7 — but boy, we couldn’t keep her off the won its 28th-straight home game, 18th- 25 Acting groups
assists and 499 turnovers. for her 13th double-digit scoring game boards.” straight SEC game, and fifth-straight 26 Bend out of
It continued that trend this season and the 51st double-double Building depth conference home opener. ... McCowan
and Holmes recorded their 113th win to
shape Sunday’s answer
last season with 602 as- of her career. Carter and Bre’Amber Scott (10 min- 27 Atlas page
Schaefer praised the play of fresh- utes) were the only bench players to log move their record to 113-16. They need 28 Lawyers’ org. 3 Left, at sea cousins
sists and 421 turnovers. man center Jessika Carter in McCowan’s 10 or more minutes. Campbell and Myah 13 wins to match last year’s senior class 29 Pretends to be 4 Disposable vessel 29 Tiny holes
The success in that area absence. Carter had four points and four Taylor (two minutes) also saw action, but for the program wins record (126). ...
paved the way for MSU rebounds in 15 minutes. Zion Campbell Schaefer said it is a goal to get more
33 Novak of “Ver- 5 Keg 30 Spa room
MSU will play host to Georgia at 8 p.m. tigo” 6 Provinces 31 Top floor
to reach the national title had one rebound in three minutes. players into the rotation, especially with
Thursday (SEC Network). The first 1,000
“I am proud of Jessika,” Schaefer 14 more SEC regular-season games to 34 Run 7 Family 32 Take care of
game in back-to-back sea- fans will get a free Vic Schaefer bobble-
said. “She gave us some big minutes play. 35 Concert bonus 8 Fancy homes 36 Mine matter
sons. head. 9 Pragmatic person
and played well. ... That will only help her “Andi (Espinoza-Hunter) should 37 Fetching
This season, MSU has calm her nerves a little bit and let her get have played tonight,” Schaefer said. “I Follow Dispatch sports editor Adam 38 Drew close to 12 Inclines
283 assists and 202 turn- used to playing when the lights are on.” was careful with the pressure. I just want Minichino on Twitter @ctsportseditor 39 Foot or fathom 16 Horn sound

40 Lock of hair 21 Painful injury
41 Folded food 22 Come to
23 China holder
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best start since the 1973- shot at its highest rank- 1 Word separator 25 Lawyer’s job
Spartan strong 74 team won the NCAA ing (No. 8) on Monday af-
Poll changes 2 Grow toward night 27 Scooter’s
No. 8 Michigan State The bottom half of the
picked up a few quality title. ter Kansas, Nevada, and
N.C. State won its lone Florida State lost. AP Top 25 could see some
wins early in the season,
game this week, holding changes in Monday’s poll.
with its only losses com-
ing against Kansas and off Miami 87-82, and its Zion’s dunk No. 24 Nebraska,
Louisville. only loss was to then-No. Duke freshman Zion which moved back into
Michigan State (13-2, 22 Wisconsin in Madison. Williamson seems to the poll last week, lost to
4-0 Big Ten) picked up N.C. State will face a have two or three high- unranked Maryland and
its best win yet, knock- huge test Tuesday at No. light-reel dunks a game. could fall out. No. 25 Iowa
ing off No. 14 Ohio State 15 North Carolina. He may have outdone also could fall out of the
86-77 despite being with- himself Saturday against
poll after losing by 16 to
out injured guard Joshua Streaking Hokies Clemson.
Langford. It has won eight Another ACC team After poking the ball
straight heading into is off to its best start in free near midcourt, Wil- No. 23 Oklahoma
Tuesday’s game against years: No. 10 Virginia liamson launched 360 de- lost to No. 5 Kansas, but
Purdue. Tech. grees in the air, cocked his bounced back with a vic-
After trailing at half- arm back and had his eyes tory against rival Oklaho-
Winning Wolfpack time, Virginia Tech (13-1, nearly even with the rim ma State, so the Sooners
North Carolina State 2-0) rallied to beat Boston as he threw down a thun- may hold steady.
has been one of college College 77-66 on Saturday derous. The dunk brought
Reigning national
basketball’s biggest sur- for its eighth-straight win. the Cameron Crazies and
Virginia Tech is off to its some of Williamson’s champion Villanova could
prises so far this season.
Picked to finish eighth best start since the 1982- teammates off their feet move back into the poll af-
in the ACC, the Wolfpack 83 team opened 14-1. — maybe even a few fans ter beating Providence on WHATZIT ANSWER
(13-1, 1-0) are off to their Virginia Tech has a from their couches. Saturday. Log cabin
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6:08 remaining. Troup Pointer, who came in shooting un- The Crimson Tide missed its first Both teams are having South Dakota has victo- I head coaches: JR Payne
went 4 of 6 from 3-point der 50 percent from the free-throw line, 10 shots and fell behind 9-0 but a pullup ries against Missouri, Iowa (Colorado), Lynne Roberts
strong seasons, with the
made 9 of 10, all in the fourth quarter jumper from the left elbow by Jasmine
range. including two with three minutes left for a Walker with 1:07 to play gave Alabama
Coyotes at 14-3 and the State, and Green Bay to go (Utah) and Jamie Craig-
“You can kind of feel 53-52 lead and the start of the 12 straight its first lead at 59-58. South Carolina Jackrabbits with 10 wins. along with the win against head (San Jose State).
it as a player when you’re Tigers points. struggled on its ensuing possession but Ciara Duffy scored a ca- its archrival.
kind of in the zone,” Troup Chennedy Carter’s free throw gave
Texas A&M its final point before she
with the shot clock under five seconds, reer-high 28 points, and the South Dakota has lost Tip-ins
said. “I just felt that.” Herbert Harrigan hit a shot with a foot junior went over 1,000 for close games to Baylor and For the first time in
fouled out with 2:37 to go with her first
Lauren Aldridge add- double-double this season: 20 points
on the 3-point line from the right wing, her career. Oregon. school history, Duke
putting the Gamecocks up with 34.5 re-
ed 12 points for Missouri and 10 rebounds. Without the SEC’s “That was just a great opened its ACC slate
and made all three of her leading scorer, the Aggies missed their Te’A Cooper made 1 of 2 free throws college basketball game Milestone win against two top-10 and un-
3-point attempts. final four shots and committed three
after her steal with 25.7 seconds to go and certainly it’s easier to Boise State coach Gordy defeated teams, as the Blue
Davis and Westbrook turnovers. say on our end because we
Jaelyn Richard-Harris added 11
and Bianca Cuevas-Moore did the same Presnell picked up his Devils faced ninth-ranked
had 16 points each for points and Ayana Mitchell 10 for LSU
at 4.8 seconds after an Alexis Jennings came out on top,” South Da- 650th career victory Satur- NC State and third-ranked
Tennessee, which had a (10-4, 1-1 SEC).
steal. Cooper then stole the final in- kota coach Dawn Plitzuweit day in a 69-66 win over San Louisville. The Blue Devils
four-game winning streak bounds pass.
Ciera Johnson added 13 points for said. “The atmosphere for a Diego State. He’s the 16th went 0-2, marking the third
South Carolina (10-4, 2-0 South-
snapped. Cheridene the Aggies (11-4, 0-2), who lost to No. women’s basketball game active Division I coach to time since 1992-93 they’ve
23 South Carolina on Thursday — their eastern Conference) shot 39 percent
Green had 13 points and a with a 1-for-12 performance from 3-point with the fans, the energy reach that mark. He is 650- lost their first two confer-
first consecutive losses since February
career-high 14 rebounds. 2017. Texas A&M had 21 turnovers, eight range. The Gamecocks, who have won that was in the arena and 296 in his 32 seasons as a ence games. ... Baylor’s win
Zaay Green added 11 by Carter. 15 straight in the series, had 10 blocks the way that both teams head coach and has 254 marked the first time coach
points. n No. 23 South Carolina 62, with Herbert Harrigan moving into 10th battled back from different of those victories at Boise Kim Mulkey had knocked
n LSU 63, No. 21 Texas A&M Alabama 59: At Columbia, South Car- on the career list with 117. runs during the course of State. He also had 396 wins off a No. 1 team. It was also
52: At Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Khayla olina, Mikiah Herbert Harrigan had 18 Cierra Johnson had 19 points and
Walker 17 for the Crimson Tide (9-6, 1-1).
the game speaks volumes at Seattle Pacific, where he only the fourth time in Big
Pointer scored 16 of her 22 points in the points, nine rebounds and five blocks and
fourth quarter and LSU outscored No. 21 No. 23 South Carolina forced turnovers The duo combined for 19 of 21 points in to the efforts of our ladies coached from 1987-2005. 12 history that a team from
Texas A&M 12-0 in the final three min- on Alabama’s last three possessions to the third quarter when they cut a 10-point and the South Dakota State Three of his former assis- that conference has beaten
utes for a victory Sunday. give the Gamecocks a win Sunday. deficit to three. players.” tants are currently Division a top-ranked team.

Comics & Puzzles
Dear Abby
EAR ABBY: all the invitations You shouldn’t feel angry about
I’m strug- you are being her curiosity because it’s
gling with offered. Then normal. That said, knowing
a situation with pick and choose the identity of her birth father
my friends and so you join them should in no way lessen the
colleagues. once or twice a importance of your husband
I have a month, and they in her life, particularly if they
routine I stick won’t think you have had a close relationship.
to which keeps don’t like them DEAR ABBY: A couple of
my priorities — particularly years ago, I gave a friend a
in check. I get your colleagues. nice birthday gift that was
done with work, DEAR ABBY: for the whole family. It was a
ZITS go home, have
dinner, work out
I have been mar-
ried for 35 years.
one-of-a-kind item I thought
they would really enjoy. I had
and spend quality My oldest daugh- researched and read up on it
time with my pup- ter, Amanda (now and then had the piece custom
py. Lately, people 39), wanted to designed. They said they loved
keep inviting me
Dear Abby find her “roots.” I the item when it arrived, but I
to weeknight gave her as much have never seen them use it.
happy hours and get-togethers, info as I could find out about When I ask where it is, they
but more often than not, I her dad, and she contacted tell me it’s still wrapped up in
don’t want to go. and kind of enveloped herself a box under the bed because
I’m conflicted because I into his family. Not good they don’t have room for it. I
feel obligated to go and be a enough of a family, I guess, believe it, because their apart-
“good friend,” but if I do, I’m because now she has taken a ment is very crowded.
left feeling resentful because DNA test. Now I’m really angry. Would it be OK to ask if I
my routine has been inter- Amanda sent a text from could buy it back? I would like
GARFIELD rupted. I’m also not one of
those people who WANTS to
an unknown “sister” asking
if I knew who the daddy was.
to have it since they are not
using it. I am willing to pay
be invited to everything and Why does the daddy du jour whatever price they would feel
truly wouldn’t be hurt to be matter that much? Amanda comfortable with. Would this
excluded altogether. Please was raised by a strong, loving put them in an uncomfortable
help. — TIME FOR MYSELF IN and responsible man — my situation? — NOT SURE IN
THE EAST husband. Are cheek swabs NEW YORK
DEAR TIME: Do not socially eliminating family? — REAL DEAR NOT SURE: Not know-
isolate yourself completely. FAMILY IN THE WEST ing your friends, I can’t predict
Explain to your close friends DEAR REAL FAMILY: On the what their reaction to your
and colleagues that you contrary. They appear to be proposal would be. However,
need your routine in order to expanding “family” by leaps because the item is not being
function your best, which is and bounds. Like many others, used, I don’t think it would be
why, although you would like Amanda feels a need to know out of line to ask the question.
to, you are unable to accept more about her background. Go for it.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Jan. ness and character. ful to others. Of course, it helps
7). Suddenly, it seems that ev- TAURUS (April 20-May 20). if they let you know how much of
eryone is thinking too small. It’s Those who try hard to impress a difference you make, but the
because this birthday augments you may be earnest, honest, appreciation, if you get it, is only
your estimation of your own excited people, or they may the cherry on top.
ability and your understanding be accidentally showing you a LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
of what’s possible. This new, signal that they are inexperi- You’re sensitive now, which
bigger vision represents the enced and eager to gain some makes your ride down the road
most accurate sense of scale experience on your dime. Either of life a little more exciting than
you’ve used. You’ll manage, and way might work just fine. it has been lately. The speed
then you’ll sustain, and then GEMINI (May 21-June 21). bumps feel like mountains, the
BABY BLUES you’ll surpass all expectation.
Leo and Gemini adore you. Your
Your support system is one of
mutuality. Right now, you’re so
potholes like valleys.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
lucky numbers are: 8, 10, 3, needed that you don’t get to be The main action centers around
33, and 27. needy. It feels good to test your the best kind of dilemma – the
ARIES (March 21-April 19). strength, though, especially kind that’s pretty easily solved
Most people will seek knowl- because you’re finding out once you put your mind to it.
edge on topics they enjoy, but that you’re stronger than you Note that you don’t need to buy
it’s the people who also take thought. anything extra to do this. You
the time to learn about topics CANCER (June 22-July 22). already have all you need.
they don’t agree with who will Nothing boosts your ego today LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
build the most empathy, aware- like the feeling of being use- You’ll do many of the same
things you’ve been doing, but
you’ll have a breakthrough with
your approach that makes the
action easier, more loving and
more efficient, too.
21). When you include others
in your plans, you increase the
energy flowing through your
life. This “inclusion” could be
as simple as telling them what
you’re doing so they might ask
about it later. Publicity keeps
you accountable.
21). The visionary cannot see
the future that exists, because
the future doesn’t exist until the
visionary imagines it and begins
building toward that vision.
19). There are many currencies
beyond money. Money is not
even the stablest currency to
deal in, as all of its value is
assigned and can therefore be
easily lessened – unlike emo-
tional currencies, which hold
their own.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). If you don’t celebrate your
accomplishments, you will be
demotivated to do more. So
this is not the step to skip. That
said, the celebration needn’t be
FAMILY CIRCUS big. One ritual might be enough
to bolster your joy and self-ap-
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Knowing what you do about
the uplifting power of generosity
and its beneficial effects on the
giver, letting someone serve you
might be the best way to help
someone feel good today.

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Apts For Rent: Starkville 7070 wood, appliances, no
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removal. Offering spe- stored in barn and out.
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4 Lines/6 Days ........................ $19.20 rock repairs. Large 1BR/1BA, gas side porch & work room
4 Lines/12 Days...................... $31.20
Free Estimates
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General Merchandise 4600 space heat, window air.
Water furnished. No
MENT B/r, d/r, kitchen
$29k. 662-769-2565.

4 Lines/26 Days...................... $46.80 APPLE COMPUTERS
Rate applies to commercial operations Stump Removal 1790
Two 2009 iMac com-
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Ref. req. Dep. req. It’s a classified
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Six lines or less, consecutive days. Rate applies to
monitor only; mouse
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age, lg back yard. Pets
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