SPORTS NEWS FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2001|
| Seattle's Alexander runs for 266 yards |
SEATTLE Shaun Alexander, the second-year running back from Boone County (Ky.), rushed for 266 yards and an 88-yard touchdown as the Seattle Seahawks beat the AFC West-leading Oakland Raiders 34-27 on Sunday night.
UC has work to do in final exhibition|
The Bearcats play host to Kentucky Wesleyan College tonight at Shoemaker Center in their final dress rehearsal for the regular season.
UC's Guidugli not seriously hurt
QB Gino Guidugli will be held out of practice for a few days, but is expected to play in UC's next game at Memphis on Nov. 24.
DAUGHERTY: Don't blame the refs
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Did the Bengals get jobbed, homered, cheated and hosed? Oh, yeah. The officiating was miserable, but it wasn't as bad as the way the Bengals reacted to it.
Controversial call goes Jaguars' way
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The Bengals trailed 14-13 when Jaguars quarterback Mark Brunell threw a deep pass for wide receiver Jimmy Smith.
Young receivers step up
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The Bengals' young wide receivers may have come of age Sunday in the 30-13 loss to the Jaguars.
Rackers a highlight on bad day
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The high-wire act that is Neil Rackers' Cincinnati Bengals career deserved applause Sunday. Rackers made both his field goal tries, including a 52-yarder that ended the first half.
Kitna rolls 300
JACKSONVILLE, Fla Jon Kitna's 300-yard game was the first by a Bengals quarterback since Jeff Blake threw for 334 yards Dec. 5, 1999 in a victory against San Francisco at Cinergy Field.
Jaguars end five-game losing streak
JACKSONVILLE, Fla After five disheartening weeks, the Jacksonville Jaguars rediscovered their defense, their running game and the winning formula.
Thomas More hosts playoff game
Undefeated Thomas More College will play host to MacMurray College from Jacksonville, Ill., Nov. 17 in the first round of the NCAA Division III football playoffs.
UK struggles to win final exhibition
LEXINGTON, Ky. Tayshaun Prince scored 19 points and Gerald Fitch added 18 as No.4 Kentucky held off Athletes in Action 88-83 in overtime in an exhibition game Sunday.
Miami earns NCAA women's soccer berth
The Miami RedHawks defeated Central Michigan 3-1 at Athens, Ohio, Sunday for their second consecutive Mid-American Conference women's soccer tournament championship and berth in the NCAA Tournament.
NKU advances in NCAA soccer
Betsy Moore and Stephanie Sandfoss scored first-half goals as Northern Kentucky's women's soccer team defeated Mercyhurst 2-1 Sunday in the NCAA Division II Tournment and advanced to the Elite Eight.
Williams wins PBA Greater Cincinnati Classic
ERLANGER - Walter Ray Williams defeated Mike Machuga 274-194 in the championship game of the PBA Greater Cincinnati Classic Sunday at
Camacho wins Belterra bout
VEVAY, Ind. Top-ranked Hector Camacho (33-0) kept his super lightweight title hopes intact Sunday with a technical knockout of Eric Jakubowski, but second-ranked David Reid had his super middleweight run derailed by Sam Hill of St. Louis.
Mighty Ducks 5, Chicago 3
Detroit Red Wings prospect Sean Avery scored two power-play goals, the tying and go-ahead tallies, to lead the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks past the Chicago Wolves 5-3 Sunday in the AHL at the Gardens.
Cyclones 5, Richmond 2
RICHMOND, Va. - Cincinnati converted three of eight power plays to defeat the Renegades 5-2 Sunday.
Big title best for St. Ursula
FAIRBORN The celebration by the St. Ursula volleyball team went on, and on. An hour after the Bulldogs defeated Ursuline 15-12, 10-15, 15-11 to claim the Division I state championship, players, coaches and supporters remained at Wright State University to savor the accomplishment.
Roger Bacon runner-up no more
FAIRBORN It was a long time coming for Roger Bacon volleyball coach Caryl Schawe and the Spartans. After two years of finishing runners-up, the Spartans won the Division II state championship, defeating two-time defending champion Galion 15-8, 15-5, Saturday at Wright State University.
Turpin's title has familiar look
COLUMBUS When the Turpin boys soccer team took the field for the Division II state championship at Crew Stadium, it had seen it all before.
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