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The Case for Crouch
Austin Murphy
November 26, 2001
Nebraska Quarterback Eric Crouch may not have eye-catching passing numbers, but he's the leading candidate for the Heisman Trophy because he can run. By rushing for 953 yards and 16 touchdowns in II games this fall, Crouch has easily surpassed those single-season totals of every previous Heisman-winning quarterback. Here's how Crouch compares with the top runners among those signal-callers, including Paul Hornung (below).
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November 26, 2001

The Case For Crouch

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Nebraska Quarterback Eric Crouch may not have eye-catching passing numbers, but he's the leading candidate for the Heisman Trophy because he can run. By rushing for 953 yards and 16 touchdowns in II games this fall, Crouch has easily surpassed those single-season totals of every previous Heisman-winning quarterback. Here's how Crouch compares with the top runners among those signal-callers, including Paul Hornung (below).

—David Sabino

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