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College Football
William F. Reed
November 15, 1993
A TIE IN MADISON
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November 15, 1993

College Football

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Hats off to Kansas coach Glen Mason for going for two points against Nebraska instead of settling for a 21-21 tie. The play failed, but a principle was upheld: When you have a chance to beat a team that has drubbed yours for 24 straight years by an average of 47 points, take it....

In Boston College's 48-34 defeat of Virginia Tech, Eagle quarterback Glenn Foley averaged 15.5 yards per attempt. However, the NCAA single-game record is still the 13.93 set by BYU's Marc Wilson against Utah in 1977, because a quarterback must throw at least 40 passes to qualify for the mark. Foley threw 29 passes (with 21 completions) against the Hokies....

Arizona unveiled its Ground Chuck offense in a 31-10 victory over Oregon. With starting quarterback Dan White and backup Brady Batten out with injuries, coach Dick Tomey turned the job over to running back Chuck Levy, who rushed for 126 yards. The Wildcats called 80 running plays and one pass, which fell incomplete.

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