Vince Dooley, the University of Georgia's athletic director and head football coach, had successful angioplasty procedures performed on two partially clogged coronary arteries, a spokeswoman for Emory University Hospital in Atlanta said. Dooley, 55, was admitted to the hospital Monday night.

The two arteries were found to be partially blocked during an examination at Athens (Ga.) Regional Hospital early Monday, school officials said . . .

Oklahoma, which routed Kansas State, 59-10, Saturday, received 743 of a possible 750 total points to remain atop the United Press International board of coaches' football rankings. Nebraska, which beat Oklahoma State, 35-0, earned three No. 1 ballots and totaled 692 points for second place. Idle Miami got the remaining two first-place votes and had 656 points to hold the No. 3 spot.

Louisiana State and Auburn, both of the Southeastern Conference, and Atlantic Coast Conference member Clemson are Nos. 4, 6 and 7, respectively. Florida State, which beat Louisville, 32-9, jumped two spots to No. 5. Rounding out the top 10 are No. 8 UCLA, No. 9 Syracuse and No. 10 Notre Dame . . .

A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. Monday at the University of Virginia chapel for football player Craig Fielder, who died Friday night after a 2 1/2-year battle with cancer. The former McLean High School athlete was diagnosed as having lymphoblastic lymphoma early in 1985 and missed all of that season at Virginia, but came back last year and lettered at defensive end.