BRIEFLY

FOOTBALL

No. 2 OSU makes up ground

No. 2 Ohio State gained some ground on No. 1 LSU in the Associated Press poll and Oregon dropped out of the top 10 after being upset by Arizona State.

The Tigers remained No. 1 for the fifth straight week, receiving 50 first-places votes. The Buckeyes got nine first-place votes, up from five last week. No. 3 Clemson received three first-place votes. No. 4 Georgia and No. 5 Alabama also held their spots.

Oregon dropped eight spots to No. 14. That allowed Utah to move up to No. 6 and Oklahoma to No. 7. Florida, Minnesota and Michigan round out the top 10.

Coach won't return to Rutgers

Greg Schiano won't be returning to Rutgers because the school and its former coach were unable to come to an agreement on a deal, a person familiar with the negotiations told the Associated Press on Sunday.

Schiano, who spent 11 seasons at Rutgers before leaving for the NFL in 2012, was offered an eight-year, $32 million contract along with $7.5 million to spend on coaches and football operations staff, according to the person. The two sides couldn't agree on what investments into facilities and infrastructure were needed for Rutgers to be able to compete in the Big Ten, the person said.

In other news:

Officials said 42 people were charged with disorderly conduct after a protest interrupted a Saturday game betweenHarvard and Yale.

Andrew Harris ran for 134 yards and a touchdown and caught a scoring pass to help Winnipeg win its firstGrey Cuptitle since 1990, 33-12 over Hamilton on Sunday.

The Blue Bombers won their 10th title and Harris became the first Canadian to be selected Grey Cup MVP since 1969.

GOLF

Kim claims $1.5 prize

NAPLES, Fla. — Sei Young Kim made the putt of her life, a 25foot birdie on the final hole of the CME Group Tour Championship to win $1.5 million, the richest prize in the history of women's golf.

Kim closed with a 2-under 70 to beat Charley Hull, who birdied her last three holes for a 66. The last one a 12-footer that gave her a tie for the lead.

But Kim finished a wire-to-wire victory for her third LPGA Tour title of the year and 10th of her career.

In other tournaments:

Jon Rahm is $5 million richer after capturing the Race to Dubai title on the European Tour by winning the season-ending championship with a birdie on the final hole. Rahm, who goes to No. 3 in the world rankings, beat Tommy Fleetwood by a stroke.

Tyler Duncan made a 12-foot putt on the second hole of a playoff with Webb Simpson on Sunday in the RSM Classic for his first PGA Tour title.

WRESTLING

Huskers top No. 17 UNI

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — No. 3 Nebraska earned four bonuspoint wins and edged No. 17 Northern Iowa 23-19 Sunday.

The Huskers got a pin from Peyton Robb (157 pounds), technical falls from CJ Red (141) and Eric Schultz (197) and a major decision from Isaiah White (165).

But NU's best win came from 149-pound Collin Purinton, who earned a 9-7 decision over No. 3 Max Thomsen. Purinton trailed 6-4 after two periods, but won with a takedown in sudden-victory.

In other duals:

Second-ranked Iowa won eight of the 10 matches in handling No. 11 Iowa State 29-6 Sunday in front of 11,238 in Ames.

The visiting Hawkeyes got a technical fall from top-ranked Spencer Lee at 125 pounds.

Compiled from press services and local reports.

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