5) Philip Greenberg, Penn State. A retired businessman, he threw in the money to finish the school's $5 million indoor sports complex, which bears his and his wife's names.
6) Bill (Wildcat) Morris, UNLV. When the chips are down, Morris, who owns the Landmark Hotel, antes up. The Rebels' football practice facility is named in his honor. When he was co-owner of the Holiday Casino, he also gave summer jobs to many players.
7) Drew Hearn, Georgia Tech. Donated the bulk of the bucks for the Andrew Hearn Sr. Academic Center in the school's athletic complex.
LAST KID YOU'D WANT TO CUT
Andy Hearn, C, Georgia Tech.
SUM OF THEIR PARTS
NCAA rules now allow collegians to insure their most treasured parts. Here, then, is this year's Heisman Trophy winner, as selected by the Underwriters Association of America:
Arm—Chuck Long, QB, Iowa ($1 million); legs—Keith Byars, RB, Ohio State ($1 million); hands—David Williams, WR, Illinois ($1 million); neck—Jim Juriga, G, Illinois ($200,000); shoulders—Tim Green, DT, Syracuse ($500,000); knees—Kenneth Davis, RB, TCU ($1 million); anything else—Jack Trudeau, QB, Illinois ($1 million).
YOU TAKE THE LOW ROAD...
Nineteen eighty-four may have been an election year, but '85 is the year of the running mate. For some reason, college football is rife with the old one-two punch. The six happiest couples:
1) Rueben Mayes and Kerry Porter, Washington State—Mayes led the Pac-10 in rushing last season. Porter, who was injured in '84, led it the year before. Now they're both healthy. Yikes.