Green Bay Packers -- Signed DB Chuck Clanton, USFL player of the year for the Birmingham Stallions.

New Orleans Saints -- Released former Redskins WR Malcolm Barnwell to make room for WR Mike Miller, former track star from U. of Tennessee.

Denver Broncos -- Signed veteran RB Nathan Poole to replace RB Gene Lang, on injured reserve (broken left hand). COLLEGES

San Diego State -- Announced it has fired football coach Doug Scovil and hired Fred L. Miller as athletic director. Miller, 54, a former Arizona State athletic director, replaced Mary Alice Hill.

Vanderbilt -- Announced George MacIntyre (25-52-1 for seven seasons) has resigned as football coach. HOCKEY

Montreal Canadiens -- Announced D Craig Ludwig has a broken left hand and will be lost to the team for at least a month.

New York Rangers -- Sent G Ron Scott to New Haven (AHL), recalled G Glen Hanlon from same club.

Pittsburgh Penguins -- Announced C Mike Bullard will be out seven to 10 days because of a cracked rib. TENNIS

Mihnea Nastase, 18-year-old nephew of internationally known professional player Ilie Nastase, has been granted political asylum in the United States. GOLF

Nabisco Dinah Shore tournament -- Sponsors announced 1986 event will carry a $75,000 first prize, the richest winner's purse in the history of women's golf. BASEBALL

Philadelphia Phillies -- Signed Hall of Fame P Robin Roberts as coordinator of minor league pitching instruction.

Toronto Blue Jays -- Pat Gillick, the architect of the American League East champion team, was named the major league executive of the year by United Press International.