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COLLEGE FOOTBALL
William F. Reed
October 31, 1988
WILD AND CRAZY BO
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October 31, 1988

College Football

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SQUIBS

Pete Dawkins, winner of the 1958 Heisman Trophy, had to be torn by Saturday's game between Army, his alma mater, and Rutgers, the state university of New Jersey, where he's running for the U.S. Senate. Since Dawkins, a Republican, is the underdog in his race against incumbent Democrat Frank Lautenberg, omen-watchers can make what they will of the fact that Army, a 10-point underdog, whipped Rutgers 34-24....

Marshall fans couldn't help it if their loyalties briefly shifted when, with the Thundering Herd ahead 38-7 in the fourth quarter on Saturday, visiting Tennessee- Chattanooga sent in its third-string quarterback. He was Vince Carelli, and his father, Al, was a Marshall assistant coach who was on the team plane that crashed on Nov. 14, 1970, claiming the lives of all 75 passengers....

Delaware has won the 13 games it has played against Massachusetts since 1958, seven on big plays in the last three minutes. This season's 10-7 victory came courtesy of a 32-yard field goal with 2:30 left by Don O'Brien, the same guy who kicked a 29-yarder with 0:07 left to win last year's game.

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