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11

Leading Men

November 18, 2001

ERIC CROUCH

Quarterback, Nebraska

Cornhuskers finally get break after 11-0 start. Heisman should be Crouch's with big games in Nebraska's final two.

Season: 185 carries, 1,094 yards, 16 TDs; 92 for 161, 1,312 yards, 7 TDs.

Nextat No. 15 Colorado, Friday

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KEN DORSEY

Quarterback, Miami

The Hurricanes answered call in 59-0 rout of Syracuse. Dorsey was unspectacular--again--completing 13 of 20 for 224 yards and four touchdowns.

Season: 149 for 253, 2,228 yards, 19 TDs.

Nextvs. No. 16 Wasington, Saturday

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REX GROSSMAN

Quarterback, Florida

When Grossman has an average game, he throws for 290 yards and also leads a victory against Florida State.

Season: 226 for 344, 3,534 yards, 32 TDs.

Nextvs. No. 6 Tennessee, Dec. 1

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JOEY HARRINGTON

Quarterback, Oregon

The Ducks are assured of at least a Fiesta Bowl berth, but Harrington hasn't clinched anything. He seeks last-minute push Dec. 1 against Oregon State.

Season: 175 for 300, 2,310 yards 23 TDs.

Nextvs. Oregon State, Dec. 1

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ANTWAAN RANDLE EL

Quarterback, Indiana

Randle El became the first major college quarterback to throw for 7,000 yards and rush for 3,500 in a career. But he isn't Paul Hornung and doesn't have Notre Dame backing him.

Season: 157 carries, 855 yards, 7 TDs; 96 for 181, 1,374 yards, 7 TDs.

Nextvs. Purdue, Saturday

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