September 28, 1997
RUSHING *--* Player, Team No. Yds. TD RICKY WILLIAMS, Texas 28 249 5 MICHAEL PERRY, Rice 22 211 2 AMOS ZEREOUE, W. Virginia 25 206 2 RON DAYNE, Wisconsin 34 202 2 TAVIAN BANKS, Iowa 25 191 2 DE'MOND PARKER, Oklahoma 25 191 1 CECIL COLLINS, LSU 20 179 1 *--* PASSING *--* Player, Team Att. Comp. Yds. TD TIM CROWLEY, C. Mich. 48 25 412 2 TIM RATTAY, La. Tech 63 36 393 1 CORY SAUTER, Minnesota 35 23 368 3 DAMEYUNE CRAIG, Auburn 40 27 360 2 TIM COUCH, Kentucky 59 33 348 2 C.
October 16, 2007 |
If it's Monday, the Arizona Cardinals must be looking for a quarterback. Last week, they signed Tim Rattay as a backup to Kurt Warner, who took over for the injured Matt Leinart. Now Warner is out indefinitely because of a sprained left elbow, Rattay is the starter, and the Cardinals are expected to sign Tim Hasselbeck as soon as they clear a roster spot. Warner had an MRI exam Monday, but after Sunday's game he said he was having trouble gripping the ball with his left hand.
October 31, 2003 |
Quarterback Jeff Garcia won't play Sunday in the San Francisco 49ers' game against St. Louis to rest his injured left ankle. Tim Rattay will make his first NFL start in place of Garcia, who has struggled with several injuries all season. He has a partially torn ligament around his sprained ankle, and team doctors strongly recommended at least a week of rest. "It has been a nagging injury holding me back every single week," Garcia said Thursday.
November 3, 2003 |
Tim Rattay is still working on the finer points of being the No. 1 quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. After making the first start of his career Sunday, he stepped up to the locker-room lectern wearing a long-sleeve undershirt, gold game pants and grass-stained tape around the ankles. And a pair of lace-up, brown leather dress shoes. "Oh," he said, glancing down at his feet. "I forgot my shower sandals."
November 14, 1999
RUSHING *--* Player, Team No Yds TD THOMAS JONES, Virginia 32 221 1 JOHN MOSLEY, Tulsa 17 216 1 RON DAYNE, Wisconsin 27 216 1 MIKE ANDERSON, Utah 32 204 0 CEDRIC WASHINGTON, B.C.
November 27, 2006
With three touchdown passes in Saturday's 42-35 win over Purdue, Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan moved to within three of the all-time single-season NCAA Division I-A record.