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LINCOLN, Neb. - Tom Osborne left Nebraska as a football dynasty, with three national titles in his last four years. Now, after a stint in Congress, he has come home. The football team is in big trouble and Osborne begins anew at 70 years old as interim athletic director. By National Writer Nancy Armour. AP Photos.
- FBC--T25-SEC Scheduling-Glance.
COLUMBIA, Mo. - A few years ago, Missouri quarterback Brad Smith showed up on some preseason Heisman Trophy watch lists. Chase Daniel might be a different story. Smith's successor as the Tigers' quarterback has a Heisman resume with a supporting cast to match. By R.B. Fallstrom. AP Photos.
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) - Chad Hall has bad eyes - at least by Air Force's rigorous standards for pilots. Yet his vision on the field has been out of sight this season. The Falcons senior running back-receiver is the only player in the country to lead his team in both rushing (1,122 yards) and receiving (426).
UNDATED - The rule changes did exactly what most expected they would do to college football this season. More kickoffs are being returned, more plays are being run and more points are being scored. On a somewhat less positive note, games are dragging on more. By College Football Writer Ralph D. Russo.
- FBC--Trends Glance.
- 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 Pat Graham.
- BC-FBC--Pac-10 Notebook. By Anne M. Peterson.
- BC-FBC--SEC Notebook.

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