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Ivan Maisel
November 23, 1998
Super LeagueAfter three years the Big 12 has finally lived up to big expectations
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November 23, 1998

College Football

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One NCAA receiving record held by Jerry Rice has been broken this season, and another may fall this week Scott Hvistendahl, a senior at Division III Augsburg College in Minneapolis, had 230 yards on 18 receptions last Friday to give him 4,696 career yards, surpassing Rice's all-division mark of 4,693, set at Division I-AA Mississippi Valley State from 1981 to '84. Nevada senior Geoff Noisy needs 10 catches against Southern Mississippi on Saturday to break Rice's all-division career-reception mark of 301....

Wisconsin's Ron Dayne, who had rushed for 100 or more yards in eight straight games, was held to a season-low 53 yards in a 27-10 loss to Michigan. On at least three plays Dayne ran the wrong way and failed to receive the pitch. Dayne said he had an ear infection and couldn't hear the audibles....

Including last Saturday's 27-23 Wildcats victory, the last 12 Arizona-Cal games have been decided by a total of 42 points....

Despite having replaced nearly its entire starting offense from last season, Mount Union College of Alliance, Ohio, won its Division III-record 38th straight game, a 30-21 victory over Baldwin-Wallace College of Berea, Ohio.

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

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