Brian Leclerc, Adam Davis and Matt LaPorta homered last night as Florida rallied from an early three-run deficit and beat Arizona State 6-3, ending the Sun Devils' dazzling run at the College World Series in Omaha.

Florida (48-21) moved to the best-of-three final round beginning tomorrow against Texas.

Arizona State (42-25) had won three straight elimination games after losing its CWS opener, including a 6-1 win over Florida on Wednesday.

* FOOTBALL: Miami Dolphins safety Quintin Williams was arrested on DUI and drag racing charges after he was stopped while driving 111 mph on an interstate with teammate and passenger Travares Tillman.

Williams was near the team's practice facility in Davie, Fla., Highway Patrol Lt. Bill Ferrell said. Troopers also pulled over a car that had been racing Williams. Troopers then approached Williams's car and suspected he might have been drinking, Ferrell said.

After a roadside DUI test, Williams was taken to a Broward Sheriff's Office facility where his blood-alcohol level was .087 percent, above Florida's legal limit of .08 percent.

* SOCCER: Costa Rica's Douglas Sequeira was suspended by FIFA for three World Cup qualifiers for a foul against U.S. defender Steve Cherundolo. Sequeira was ejected during a 3-0 loss June 4 after kneeing Cherundolo in the stomach. The Costa Rican federation said it will appeal.

* OBITUARY: Charlie Saikley, who was known as the "Godfather of Beach Volleyball," died of cancer in Manhattan Beach, Calif. He was 69.

* HIGH SCHOOLS: Huntingtown girls' basketball coach John McGuffin has resigned to become an assistant at UMBC.

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