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COLLEGE FOOTBALL SPOTLIGHT / WEEK 5

In Quotes

September 24, 2000

"There was a lot of joy and celebration in the locker room. It was time for our kids to win."

CRAIG CIRBUS

Buffalo coach, after his team defeated Bowling Green, 20-17, to end a losing streak at 18 games and earning its first win over a Division I-A opponent since 1970

"The corner who was covering me blitzed so I was wide open. I caught the ball, I looked up and all I saw was cheerleaders."

HERB HAYGOOD

Michigan State wide receiver, describing his game-winning touchdown catch in a 27-22 victory over Notre Dame

"It doesn't take a genius to see where we are. Everytime you looked up, there was a new orange shirt playing against a dirty white one."

BOBBY KEASLER

Louisiana Monroe coach, after his team lost to No. 13 Tennessee, 70-3, at Knoxville

ETC.

Marshall (1-2), which lost 20-15 to North Carolina, is off to its worst start since 1987 and lost two in a row for the first time in eight years. . . . Georgetown hung on for a 57-56 overtime victory against Butler after the Bulldogs failed on a two-point conversion pass attempt. . . . Neil Rose passed for 412 yards and three touchdowns and Carl Morris also set a school record with 220 yards receiving on 10 receptions in Harvard's 42-37 victory over Brown. . . . Reggie Wayne had seven catches in No. 12 Miami's 47-10 win over West Virginia. Wayne has 146 career receptions, breaking the school record of 144 set by Lamar Thomas from 1989-92.

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