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Saturday, November 20, 1999
What you might have missed

So you think you're set for the week because you can recite the Top 25 results? Let give you the rest of the story from Saturday's action.

LaDainian Tomlinson
Broke the NCAA Division I-A single-game rushing record, gaining 406 yards and scored six touchdowns in TCU's 52-24 victory over Texas-El Paso.
Morgan Kane
Wake Forest
Rushed for 224 yards and a touchdown as Wake Forest posted its first winning record in seven years, defeating No. 14 Georgia Tech 26-23.
Joe Walland
Threw for school records of 437 yards on 42 completions and 67 attempts with three TDs and Eric Johnson had 21 catches for 244 yards and a TD in Yale's 24-21 win over Harvard. He was hospitalized Friday due to tonsillitis with a fever of 103 and was given intravenous antibiotics. By game time, his fever dropped to 102.
Sherard Poteete,
Tom Koustos
Southern Illinois
Poteete gained 362 total yards and five TDs (three passing, two rushing) and Koustos ran for 220 yards and a TD leading Southern Illinois to a 52-14 rout of Western Kentucky.
Truly TD Travis Travis Prentice ran for 49 yards and a touchdown to break the NCAA's record for Division I-A rushing touchdowns and lead Miami of Ohio to a 43-0 victory over Buffalo. Prentice finished his career with 73 rushing touchdowns, breaking Ricky Williams' year-old record of 72.
Big, big star Virginia's Thomas Jones ran for 91 yards in a 34-30 win over Maryland. Jones racked up 1,798 yards this season, breaking the ACC single-season record set in 1970 by Don McCauley.
Sanders' record fried Kavin Gailliard rushed for 198 yards and three touchdowns, setting the NCAA all-division single-season rushing record, in American International's 41-20 win over C.W. Post 41-20. Gailliard gained 2,653 yards on the season, breaking Barry Sanders' record of 2,628 set in 1988.
Insley in the books Nevada receiver Trevor Insley caught 14 passes for 242 yards and two touchdowns, becoming the first NCAA receiver to reach the 2,000-yard mark in a single season in a 37-35 loss to Utah State. He also set the NCAA Division I record for career receptions with 298.
Jordan rules LaMont Jordan set a Maryland record, rushing for 306 yards and two TDs, including a 90-yarder, in a 34-30 loss to Virginia. Jordan finished the season with 1,632 yards, the highest total by a junior in ACC history.
Unlucky 21 With a 31-21 loss to Clemson, South Carolina extended the nation's longest losing streak to 21 games, finishing the season 0-11 under new head coach Lou Holtz. The Gamecocks became the first Southeastern Conference team to finish 0-11 without forfeits.
Ohio State DE Rodney Bailey, after a loss to Michigan dropped the Buckeyes to 6-6. "Going to a bowl game is something you expect when you come to Ohio State. I can't even really conceive it right now."