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COLLEGE FOOTBALL SPOTLIGHT / WEEK 13

In Quotes

November 19, 2000

"He's got great balance, he's got speed and he sees the field as well as any back I've ever coached against."

LARRY NORD

Texas El Paso coach, on Texas Christian's LaDainian Tomlinson, who rushed for 305 yards in 47-14 victory

"I don't think the program is that far away from being one of the top seven or eight programs in the country. There's talent here. We just didn't do as good a job as needed to be done coaching, and that starts with me."

MIKE DuBOSE

Alabama coach, whose final game was a 9-0 loss to Auburn, completing a 3-8 season

"I'm going to pull my name out. I've made up my mind to stay in television. If I were selling cars it might be a different matter. But I like what I'm doing. It's a great job."

TERRY BOWDEN

ABC analyst and former Auburn coach, saying he is not interested in the coaching job at West Virginia

ETC.

Indiana's Antwaan Randle El became the second player in NCAA Division I-A history to rush for 200 points and pass for 200 points in a career. The junior has passed for 33 touchdowns and rushed for 36. Michigan's Rick Leach is the only other Division I-A player to account for 200 points both rushing and passing. . . . Brown's Stephen Campbell broke the Division 1-AA single-season receiving record, catching 14 passes for 137 yards in a 45-27 victory over Columbia to finish the season with 120 catches, eclipsing the mark of 115 set by Rhode Island tight end Bob Forster in 1986. Campbell finished second on the all-time 1-AA list with 305 receptions.

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