September 17, 2000
PASSING *--* Player, Team Att Cmp Yds TD DAN ELLIS, Virginia 30 20 333 3 BART HENDRICKS, Boise St. 48 23 304 2 J.P. LOSMAN, Tulane 35 20 299 2 JESSE PALMER, Florida 43 20 290 1 GREG ZOLMAN, Mississippi 44 22 278 1 JOHN TURMAN, Pittsburgh 19 11 272 1 CHRIS WEINKE, Florida St. 22 12 262 4 RYAN McCANN, UCLA 40 21 236 2 MIKE BATH, Miami (Ohio) 48 21 236 2 SCOTT MULLEN, Iowa 41 22 235 2 DREW BREES, Purdue 22 13 221 2 JASON GESSER, Washington St.
September 10, 2007 |
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Jason Elam, who has scored more points for one team than anyone in NFL history, made a 42-yard field goal just before time ran out to lift the Denver Broncos to a 15-14 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Elam, who had missed two field-goal tries, almost didn't have a chance to make up for it. The Broncos were out of timeouts when Jay Cutler connected with Javon Walker on an 11-yard pass with 14 seconds left.
July 22, 1999 |
J.P. Losman, a strong-armed incoming freshman quarterback at UCLA, has decided to transfer. The announcement Wednesday came as no surprise. Losman, apparently concerned that he might not start as a true freshman or be asked to redshirt rather than waste the season, was rumored to be considering such a move, but did not return phone calls to comment. "J.P.
December 14, 2005 |
The Superdome, heavily damaged when Hurricane Katrina hit Aug. 29, can be repaired and ready to reopen for major football events by Nov. 1, a consultant's report says. Repair costs are estimated at about $140 million and most of that is expected to be covered by the state's insurance and by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The renovation will include extensive improvements to the building that can be done at the time at a lower cost.
October 7, 2005 |
Minnesota Viking defensive end Kenechi Udeze, a former USC standout and a starter in his second NFL season, will sit out the rest of the season because of an injury to his left knee. Udeze, hurt in Minnesota's game against New Orleans on Sept. 25, didn't play last week at Atlanta. He had arthroscopic surgery Tuesday that revealed a problem more serious than the team originally believed.
December 5, 2003 |
Former Orange Lutheran High and Saddleback Community College quarterback Jason Whieldon will replace Timmy Chang as Hawaii's starter in Saturday night's game against No. 18 Boise State (11-1, 7-0 Western Athletic). The Warriors (8-4, 5-2) are second in the nation in passing offense, averaging 379.2 yards a game. But Chang, touted as a Heisman candidate, struggled in Hawaii's 37-29 victory over Alabama and was replaced by Whieldon, who threw for four touchdowns and ran for another.