DeGraffenried, Van Horn honored

Utah forward Keith Van Horn and Weber State guard Jimmy DeGraffenried were honored as players of the week by their respective conferences Monday night.Van Horn who scored 62 points and had 21 rebounds in two games last week, has been named the Western Athletic Conference men's basketball player of the week.

DeGraffenried, who totaled 33 points in wins over Montana and Montana State last week, was named the Big Sky Conference men's basketball player of the week.

Van Horn, a sophomore, scored 37 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in Utah's 89-80 overtime victory over Wyoming. Against Colorado State, he scored 25 points and had 11 rebounds. Utah beat CSU, 92-57.

In the two games, Van Horn connected on 21 of 31 field-goal attempts and all 11 free-throw atempts. He hit nine of 13 shots attempted from three-point range.

Utes suspend RB Cooperwood

University of Utah running back Sylvester Cooperwood has been suspended indefinitely from the football team for violation of team rules, Ute coach Ron McBride announced Monday. Cooperwood rushed for 136 yards in six games before suffering a season-ending knee injury.

Nancy won't skate with Tonya - period

BOSTON - Nancy Kerrigan says mere millions won't get her on the ice with Tonya Harding.

She told WBZ-TV Monday that she had been offered $5 million for a skateoff.

"No way," said the Olympic silver medalist. "They could make it 10. It's just pointless."

Harding admitted helping to cover up the knee-clubbing that knocked Kerrigan out of the U.S. Figure Skating Championships last year.

After finishing eighth at the Olympics, Harding pleaded guilty to conspiracy. She was fined $100,000, received three years of probation and banned from competitive skating for life.