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WINNERS & LOSER
Ivan Maisel
October 20, 1997
1. ORTEGE JENKINS The Arizona redshirt freshman quarterback, in his second career start, threw for four touchdowns as the Wildcats upset Stanford 28-22.
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October 20, 1997

Winners & Loser

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1. ORTEGE JENKINS
The Arizona redshirt freshman quarterback, in his second career start, threw for four touchdowns as the Wildcats upset Stanford 28-22.

2. BILLY DICKEN
The Purdue quarterback completed just 10 passes, but they went for 333 yards and five touchdowns in a 59-43 Boilermakers win over Minnesota. Receiver Brian Alford had scoring catches of 89 and 93 yards.

3. MICHIGAN'S DEFENSE
Last year the Wolverines gave up 17 fourth-quarter points to Northwestern and lost 17-16. This year 5-0 Michigan has given up a total of six second-half points, three of which came last Saturday in a 23-6 victory over the Wildcats.

1. PITTSBURGH'S SPECIAL TEAMS
A year after Notre Dame ran back three Panthers punts for touchdowns, the Irish's Allen Rossum and Jarious Jackson scored on kickoff returns in a 45-21 win.

2. STANFORD'S BAND
The musical kings of sophomoric humor have been banned from performing on the field at the next three Stanford-Notre Dame games after their Oct. 4 exhibition, in which, amid other bits of very low comedy, they parodied the Irish potato famine.

3. FRED GRUNINGER
The Rutgers athletic director got $28 million for new sports facilities but couldn't hire a football coach who could win or fill his stadium's 41,500 seats. Gruninger announced his retirement last Friday.

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