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Energizers
Ivan Maisel
November 13, 2000
Utah State junior Emmett White (right) obliterated the NCAA single-game record for all-purpose yards last Saturday by gaining 578 in a 44-37 victory over New Mexico State. The previous mark, set in 1994 by Brian Pruitt of Central Michigan, was 435 yards. Of the players this season with gains in each of the four categories used to measure all-purpose yardage, here are the 10 most productive. (A player must have appeared in 75% of his team's games.)
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November 13, 2000

Energizers

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Utah State junior Emmett White (right) obliterated the NCAA single-game record for all-purpose yards last Saturday by gaining 578 in a 44-37 victory over New Mexico State. The previous mark, set in 1994 by Brian Pruitt of Central Michigan, was 435 yards. Of the players this season with gains in each of the four categories used to measure all-purpose yardage, here are the 10 most productive. (A player must have appeared in 75% of his team's games.)

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