FIRED: By the Buffalo Bills, head coach HANK BULLOUGH, 52, whose record since October 1985 was 4-17. MARV LEVY, 58, former head coach at Kansas City, replaces him.
NAMED: As manager of the San Diego Padres, former All-Star shortstop LARRY BOWA, 40. Bowa replaces Steve Boros, who was fired Oct. 24.
RESIGNED: DON CORYELL, 62, as coach of the San Diego Chargers, after getting off to a rocky 1-7 start. Coryell, who has a 111-83-1 career record over 14 years, will be replaced by assistant head coach AL SAUNDERS, 39.
Lefty Driesell, 54, embattled basketball coach at the University of Maryland, after a 17-year career and 348-159 record with the Terps (page 76). Former Dunbar (Md.) High School coach BOB WADE, 41, replaces him.
RETIRED: STAN WASIAK, 66, the winningest manager in minor league history, after 37 consecutive seasons, the last 7 with the Vero Beach Dodgers. Wasiak won 21 divisional championships and 9 league pennants, and has 2,570 victories to his credit.
SUSPENDED: For at least 21 days, by the Men's International Professional Tennis Council, JOHN McENROE, 27, after verbally abusing an umpire during his quarterfinal loss at the Paris Open. McEnroe was fined $3,000, giving him more than $7,500 in fines for the year and making his suspension automatic, pending an appeal.
TRADED: By the Chicago Bulls to the New York Knickerbockers, 7-foot center JAWANN OLDHAM, 29, for a first-round draft pick in '87 and future considerations.