A New Orleans newspaper quoted unidentified sources as saying Tulane football coach Mack Brown would meet with University of North Carolina officials to discuss the school's vacant coaching job. Brown, who also is Tulane's athletic director, said, "I can't discuss anything about any speculative job situations with other schools."
The Times-Picayune's sources said Air Force Coach Fisher DeBerry is to meet Thursday with North Carolina officials to discuss the vacancy made by Dick Crum's resignation . . .
Brothers Thomas Willis Miller Jr., 18, and Sean Stacy Miller, 19, both freshmen who played on the Troy State football team that won the NCAA Division II championship Saturday, were killed yesterday afternoon in a car accident in south Alabama.
John Stacy Miller, Sean's twin brother and a player for Albany State, and Wayne McDuffy Stallworth, 19, also died in the accident. All were from Brewton, 60 miles northeast of Mobile.
Kentucky remained No. 1 in The Associated Press basketball poll. The Wildcats (4-0) received 41 first-place votes from a nationwide panel of sportswriters and broadcasters to hold the top spot for the second consecutive week. Arizona (7-0) jumped from fourth to second after beating Iowa, 66-59, over the weekend and received 19 first-place votes. Iowa dropped from fourth to eighth.
Pittsburgh (4-0) dropped from second to third. North Carolina, Indiana and Wyoming each advanced one spot to take fourth through sixth.
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