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Three and Out
Mark Beech
October 15, 2007
1 You have to feel for Louisville QB Brian Brohm, who bypassed the NFL only to watch the Cardinals (3--3) implode under new coach Steve Kragthorpe. Brohm's huge numbers (467 yards in last Friday's 44--35 loss to Utah) can't counterbalance the nation's 108th-ranked pass defense.
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October 15, 2007

Three And Out

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1 You have to feel for Louisville QB Brian Brohm, who bypassed the NFL only to watch the Cardinals (3--3) implode under new coach Steve Kragthorpe. Brohm's huge numbers (467 yards in last Friday's 44--35 loss to Utah) can't counterbalance the nation's 108th-ranked pass defense.

2 Texas Tech's Michael Crabtree is on pace to shatter every NCAA single-season receiving record—and he's only a freshman. In six games Crabtree has 70 catches for 1,074 yards and 17 TDs, the last an NCAA freshman record.

3 Anytime there are grumblings about Phillip Fulmer, he responds with a rousing win. Tennessee's 35--14 rout of Georgia should quiet some of the complaints about the 16th-year coach, who won a national title in 1998.

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