LSU moves up to 12th;
Arizona falls to No. 4
A victory over Arizona pleased Louisiana State coach Dale Brown, but jumping to No. 12 in the polls didn't impress him.
"All this adulation is fool's gold," Brown said Monday night. "This game doesn't make a season or break a season. It was a great win, but it was just one."
While UNLV retained the No. 1 ranking in The Associated Press poll released Monday, LSU moved from No. 18 to No. 12 with a 92-82 victory over Arizona.
With the loss, Arizona dropped from second to fourth in the poll. Arkansas moved from third to second and Syracuse moved up a spot to third. Georgetown (5-0) moved up a spot to fifth.
Meanwhile, Pete Chilcutt scored the game-winning dunk with 62 seconds left to spark a 7-0 run and lead the ninth-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels to an 84-81 victory over No. 18 Kentucky Monday.
The victory snapped Kentucky's unbeaten streak at four and it also gave North Carolina temporary control of first place for all-time college basketball victories with 1,484. The two were tied before their battle in Chapel Hill.
In other games involving ranked teams, No. 13 Oklahoma beat Coppin State, 98-79, and No. 17 South Carolina defeated Charleston Southern, 69-51.
Detmer, four Irish top
UPI grid All-Americans
Heisman Trophy winner Ty Detmer of Brigham Young and four Notre Dame players, including Heisman runner-up Raghib Ismail, highlight the United Press International All-America football team.
Colorado placed three players on the first team, determined by a panel of UPI college football writers across the nation. Miami, BYU and Auburn each placed two.
Detmer added to his list of honors by being named first-team quarterback. He was joined on the All-America roster by one of his favorite targets, tight end Chris Smith.
Ismail, the multitalented "Rocket" who excelled for the No. 6 Fighting Irish as a flanker, running back and kick specialist, was named to the first team as a wide receiver.
The other three first-team members from Notre Dame came from the defense -- cornerback Todd Lyght, linebacker Michael Stonebreaker and nose tackle Chris Zorich, the Lombardi Trophy winner.
Colorado was represented by running back Eric Bieniemy, guard Joe Garten and linebacker Alfred Williams.
Zorich, Lyght, Garten and Williams earned All-America status for a second straight year, as did Illinois nose tackle Moe Gardner and Michigan safety Tripp Welborne. Stonebreaker, chosen in 1988, sat out the 1989 season because of a violation of school policy.
suspended for Liberty Bowl
Two Ohio State football players, including starting defensive end Alonzo Spellman, were suspended for disciplinary reasons and will miss the Liberty Bowl.
Ohio State defensive coordinator Bill Young said Spellman and a red-shirt player he did not identify will not play in the bowl game against Air Force Dec. 27. Young refused to comment on the reasons behind the suspensions.
At West Point, Bob Sutton, Army's defensive coordinator for the last eight years, signed a multiyear contract as head football coach.
Sutton succeeds Jim Young, who announced in August he was retiring after this season. At that time, Sutton was named as Young's replacement. Terms of Sutton's contract were not disclosed.
Elsewhere, Boston College named Chet S. Gladchuk to succeed William J. Flynn as athletic director.
Gladchuk's first order of business will be to interview candidates for a head football coach to succeed Jack Bicknell, fired after the 1990 season.
Gladchuk, 40, previously served as associate athletic director at Syracuse University from 1985 to 1988.
Study shows steroid use
may exceed expectations
A survey of athletes at five NCAA Division I schools shows the problem of anabolic steroid use in sports may be greater than thought.
The Penn State study also found the level of use probably has increased during the last four years.
Charles Yesalis, a professor in the College of Health and Human Development, said the projected rate of anabolic steroids use in all sports surveyed was 14.7 percent for male athletes, 5.9 percent for females.
Among men's sports, football reported the highest projected use rates at 29.3 percent, followed by track and field at 20.6 percent. A previous study conducted by the NCAA in 1989 listed use at 9.6 percent for football and 2.3 percent for track and field.
The greatest projected anabolic steroid use for women's sports was 16.3 percent for track and field. The NCAA study listed use at 1.5 percent.
In previous surveys, athletes were asked about their own level of anabolic steroid use. This time they were asked to estimate the level of anabolic steroid use among their competitors.
Honolulu makes first bid
to host World Cup games
Honolulu became the first city to bid formally for games during the 1994 World Cup when it sent the organizing committee a $60,000 check along with an application for three first-round matches.
The bid asked for three first-round games for Aloha Stadium, which seats 50,000 for football. It also asks to be awarded the World Cup qualifying draw, set for December 1991.
A total of 32 cities, including Buffalo, has expressed interest in playing host to the World Cup's 52 matches and as many as 12 will be chosen. While the deadline for applications is May 1, sites won't be selected until Dec. 1, 1991.
wins title by 124 pins
Amleto Monacelli and Tish Johnson joined forces to capture their second consecutive $200,000 Cambridge Mixed Doubles in Reno, Nev.
They earned the $40,000 winners' share after 48 games of match play in which they won 34 games en route to a 21,945 pinfall total, which includes bonus pins for match-game wins.
It was Monacelli's third Professional Bowlers Association title of the year and his share of $20,000 makes the Venezuelan the first player in PBA history to surpass $200,000 two years in a row. It was Johnson's fourth Ladies Pro Bowlers Tour win of the year.
Parker Bohn III and Lisa Wagner rallied during the final round but finished second, 124 pins back. They divided $22,000.
San Diego's Jess Stayrook and Buffalo's Cindy Coburn-Carroll were 15th with 20,217 and split $5,200.
Around & About
Grand Island right-hander Ray Breeden bowled his first career 300 in the Erie-Niagara Teachers League at Island Lanes. The 20-year-old Breeden, who carries a 191 average, sandwiched the 300 between games of 194 and 171 for a 665 series. Saturday night, in the Mixed League at Island, he bowled an 802 series, including games of 288 and 279. . . . Robert Gamez was named the men's golf rookie of the year by Golf Digest. Gamez, a 22-year-old from Las Vegas, won two events this year, including the Nestle Invitational when he holed out from the fairway on the 72nd hole with a 7-iron to defeat Greg Norman by a shot.