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COLLEGE FOOTBALL SPOTLIGHT / WEEK 11

In Quotes

November 05, 2000

"Now, our minds are all whacked. We don't know what we're going to do now."

SHAWN TERRY

West Virginia wide receiver, wishing Coach Don Nehlen had waited until after the season to announce his retirement

"Mississippi State has a great defensive unit and I wasn't a very good coach this week. This isn't cancer, it's football."

HAL MUMME

Kentucky coach, trying to downplay a 35-17 loss to Mississippi and his team's six-game losing streak

"You kick them in the tail enough, they're bound to get a tough personality."

JOHN L. SMITH

Louisville coach on his players, after ending a five-game losing streak to Southern Mississippi

"It brought me back to my junior college days when I only had to play one half of football."

JOSH HEUPEL

Oklahoma quarterback on playing two quarters of a 56-7 victory over Baylor. The Sooners led, 42-0, at halftime

ETC.

R.J. Bowers ran for 128 yards to become the first player in NCAA history to rush for 7,000 yards in his career as Grove City beat Carnegie Mellon, 14-10. Bowers also set an NCAA all-division record for career points with 550, breaking the record of 544 set by Brian Shay of Emporia State in 1998. Bowers, who broke Shay's all-division NCAA career rushing record last week, has 7,127 yards.

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