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William F. Reed
November 02, 1992
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November 02, 1992

College Football

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Bisaillon knows there's no NFL career awaiting him. He's six feet and 170 pounds, and, to put it bluntly, he's slow. But he has good hands and a knack for getting open. "As an athlete, Jerry Rice is head and shoulders above Chris, but you can't beat Chris as a person," says Wesleyan quarterback Tom Monken.

Wesleyan, which is in Bloomington, has a 6-0 record with three games remaining, and Monken is hoping he can keep on clicking with his record-setting wide receiver so Bisaillon's mark will last that much longer. "We play for fun," says Monken. "When we look back 30 years from now, this will be something to talk about, be it me, be it a lineman, be it Chris. We've all had a part in history."

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ABC wanted to cover Virginia's home game this week against Florida State, which would have produced $800,000 for ACC schools, but only if Virginia agreed to move the starting time back. Citing a conflict with its Parents Weekend festivities, Virginia told ABC thanks but no thanks. Thomas Jefferson would have been proud....

Slippery Rock was both the opponent and an apt way to describe the football for Indiana University of Pennsylvania. On a rain-soaked field Indiana turned the ball over on its first five possessions but still won 34-17 to improve its record to 7-0 in Division II....

Update: Iowa State linebacker Malcolm Goodwin, who vowed to walk the 450 miles back to Ames if the Cyclones lost to Oklahoma State in Stillwater, took the team plane after his team's 27-21 defeat. He made the promise just after his team's 50-47 loss to Kansas two weeks ago but rescinded it a few days later when common sense prevailed.

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