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November 28, 1995

Baseball

Chicago Rockers (CBA): Waived former Bullets C Dave Feitl.

Boxing

North Carolina Boxing Commission: Named former heavyweight champion James "Bonecrusher" Smith chairman.

College

NCAA: Infractions Appeals Committee has decided Alabama's appeal of sanctions against football program and likely will release findings this week. The 21st-ranked Crimson Tide should know by the day bowl bids go out whether the panel will lift a ban on postseason play.

Walter Camp Foundation: Named Ohio State TB Eddie George Player of Year.

Football News: Named Navy DB Sean Andrews, third in country in interceptions with seven, to All-Independent team.

GTE: Named Navy DL Tom Poulter and Navy DB Matt Scanlan to District 2 All-Academic team.

ACC: Named Duke's Chris Collins and North Carolina's Jeff McInnis men's basketball co-Players of the Week. Named Georgia Tech's Stephen Marbury Rookie of the Week.

Grand Valley State: Named Jay Smith men's basketball coach for next season.

:. Rutgers: Fired football coach Doug Graber.

Football

Cleveland Browns: QB Jim McMahon asked for and received his release. Claimed G Lonnie Palelei off waivers from the Pittsburgh Steelers.

New York Jets: Released S Todd Scott.

Philadelphia Eagles: Signed WR Art Monk for one year.

Toronto Argonauts (CFL): Relieved GM Bob O'Billovich of his duties.

Hockey

NHL: Named Tampa Bay Lightning G Daren Puppa Player of the Week. Suspended Los Angeles Kings LW Eric Lacroix for five games, without pay, and fined him $1,000 for checking New York Islanders D Dennis Vaske from behind.

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim: Recalled RW Dwayne Norris and D Oleg Mikulchik from AHL Baltimore.

Edmonton Oilers: Recalled F Dennis Bonvie and G Fred Brathwaite from AHL Cape Breton.

Montreal Canadiens: Recalled LW Scott Fraser from AHL Fredericton.

Soccer

Dallas Burn (MLS): Named Dave Dir coach.

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