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A Beautiful Mind Craig Krenzel, national champion quarterback and molecular genetics major, wields the most imposing weapon in the game
The quarterback is hopelessly confused; bodies are closing in, options dwindling. A linebacker reading his eyes would see them darting nervously, searching ...
"The Best Damn Team..." Wins The Big One Underdog Ohio State stunned mighty Miami in a two-overtime thriller to win its first national championship since 1968
Craig Krenzel. His fourth-down pass to flanker Chris Gamble had fallen incomplete and been followed by a spectacular display of
Straight Talk The author pulls no punches on being a gay athlete
There is "no better revenge on the cruelty life doles out," writes Bean, "than the feeling of bat connecting squarely with ball." Bean's bat never connected enough ...
San Diego wrote him off after a 1--7 start last year, but Drew Brees never quit on himself--and now he has the surprising Chargers atop the AFC West
Bigger Than Ever The sport's greatest rivalry again lived up to its billing, as Michigan knocked Ohio State out of the national title picture and won a Rose Bowl berth
decisively outplaying his counterpart, Craig Krenzel. Inevitably the Buckeyes clawed their way back into the game, pulling to within 28-21.
Even before his team's first preseason practice, Ohio State senior quarterback Craig Krenzel was ready for questions about. Maurice Clarett. "A bunch of people ...
Winning Ugly Ohio State is doing just enough to get to the Fiesta Bowl. Now for the toughest part: Michigan
junior quarterback Craig Krenzel threw the gutsy 37-yard go-ahead touchdown against the Boilermakers, and on Saturday he escaped
12 Ohio State After tackling their one defensive weakness, the Buckeyes are ready to claim the Big Ten championship
the concerns at quarterback, where junior Craig Krenzel is expected to win the job from classmate Scott McMullen. But as the D goes, so go the ...
Executing a conservative game plan, Terrelle Pryor led Ohio State to its fifth straight Big Ten title