LIGHTS AT BALL STATE
The Cardinals bring in temporary illumination when they host Indiana State on Aug. 28. It's their first home night game since 1932.
SI'S 2003 ALL-AMERICA TEAM
QB CODY PICKETT, Washington, Sr.
RB MAURICE CLARETT, Ohio State, Soph.
RB KEVIN JONES, Virginia Tech, Jr.
WR ROY WILLIAMS, Texas, Sr.
WR RASHAUN WOODS, Oklahoma St., Sr.
TE KELLEN WINSLOW, Miami, Jr.
OT SHAWN ANDREWS, Arkansas, Jr.
OT ROBERT GALLERY, Iowa, Sr.
OG STEPHEN PETERMAN, LSU, Sr.
OG JUSTIN SMILEY, Alabama, Jr.
C NICK LECKEY, Kansas State, Sr.
DL DARNELL DOCKETT, Florida State, Sr.
DL TOMMIE HARRIS, Oklahoma, Jr.
DL DAVID POLLACK, Georgia, Jr.
DL VINCE WILFORK, Miami, Jr.
LB KARLOS DANSBY, Auburn, Sr.
LB TEDDY LEHMAN, Oklahoma, Sr.
LB JONATHAN VILMA, Miami, Sr.
DB VONTEZ DUFF, Notre Dame, Sr.
DB BRANDON EVERAGE, Oklahoma, Sr.
DB CHRIS GAMBLE, Ohio State, Jr.
DB SEAN TAYLOR, Miami, Jr.
PK NATE KAEDING, Iowa, Sr.
P CODY SCATES, Texas A&M, Sr.
Return Specialist DEREK ABNEY, Kentucky, Sr.
WHERE'S Q WHEN YOU NEED HIM?
Toledo's starting tailback is Astin Martin. Yes, he's fast. No, he doesn't have an ejector seat.
THAT'S ICKY (AND WE DON'T MEAN WOODS)
North Texas fans are touting Mean Green defensive tackle Brandon (Booger) Kennedy for the Lombardi Award. The slogan: He's big, green and nasty—pick Booger for the Lombardi.