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COLLEGE FOOTBALL SPOTLIGHT / WEEK 3

In Quotes

September 10, 2000

"It looked like there was a fight outside for tickets and some from Nebraska won."

ERIC CROUCH

Nebraska quarterback, on the Cornhusker fans at Notre Dame, who clearly outnumbered the school's allotment of 4,000 tickets

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"I'm not big on that moral victory stuff. We're Notre Dame. We played hard. We poured put our hearts and souls into this game, and my guts are torn up inside."

ROCKY BOIMAN

Notre Dame linebacker, on the his team's 27-24 overtime loss to Nebraska

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"They were yelping a bit in the tunnel. They found out who the real dogs were."

JERRAMY STEVENS

Washington tight end, on Miami players before the Huskies knocked off the No. 4 Hurricanes, 34-29

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Ohio became the third Mid-American Conference team to beat a Big Ten school this season in a 23-17 victory over Minnesota. Toledo beat Penn State, 24-6, last week and Western Michigan beat Iowa, 27-21, on Saturday. . . . Rudi Johnson, who rushed for 165 yards against Mississippi, became the first Auburn running back since Stephen Davis in 1995 to have consecutive 100-yard games. . . . R.J. Bowers had 155 yards rushing to set a NCAA Division III record with his 28th consecutive 100-yard rushing game as Grove City (Pa.) defeated Kenyon (Ohio) 27-21 in overtime. . . . St. Francis (Ind.) had 725 yards in total offense in an 84-9 drubbing of Iowa Wesleyan. . . . Roger Snyder rushed for 307 yards, averaging 12.8 yards a carry, and scored three touchdowns to lead Washington and Jefferson (Pa.) over Allegheny (Pa.) 54-41.

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