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FBC--MOUNT UNION'S DYNASTY
ALLIANCE, Ohio - The two trophy cases inside the Mount Union athletic facility are packed. Gleaming trophies, big plaques, glittering national championship rings - all for the football team. At the rate the Purple Raiders are piling up wins, another trophy case will be needed before long. By National Writer Nancy Armour.
BC-FBC--COLLEGE FB FOCUS
UNDATED - Tim Tebow is gaining momentum. Darren McFadden is slipping. Andre Woodson is up one week and down the next. Dennis Dixon is still having trouble getting noticed. Just past the midway point of the season, the Heisman Trophy race appears to be wide open. By College Football Writer Ralph D. Russo. AP Photos.
FBC--T25-ARIZONA ST-ERICKSON
TEMPE, Ariz. - When Arizona State athletic director Lisa Love hired Dennis Erickson last December, she called him a ``big game coach.'' Seven games into his tenure at Tempe, the well-traveled Erickson has produced a big game - a showdown between No. 7 ASU and No. 18 Cal in Sun Devil Stadium. By College Football Writer Andrew Bagnato.
- With:
- BC-FBC--T25-College FB Picks. By Ralph D. Russo. MOVED.
LAURINAITIS
STATE COLLEGE - High school linebackers aspiring to play at the next level might want to watch top-ranked Ohio State and No. 24 Penn State play Saturday night. Two of college football's best middle linebackers, the Buckeyes' James Laurinaitis and the Nittany Lions' Dan Connor, figure to put on a show in leading two of the nation's best defenses. By Genaro C. Armas.
FBC--T25-GEORGIA'S ALBATROSS
ATHENS, Ga. - Georgia is tied for first in the Southeastern Conference East, but don't get too excited, Bulldog fans. It's time to play Florida, that annual albatross of a game that hangs over the Georgia program like a bad cold. Over the last 17 years, the Gators have won 15 times, which makes this supposed rivalry one of the most lopsided in the country. By Paul Newberry.
- NOTES:
- BC-FBC--ACC Notebook.
- BC-FBC--Big East Notebook. By Will Graves.
- BC-FBC--Big Ten Notebook. By Rusty Miller.
- BC-FBC--Big 12 Notebook. By Jeff Latzke.
- BC-FBC--Pac-10 Notebook. By Anne M. Peterson.
- BC-FBC--SEC Notebook.

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