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Getting Schooled

Oct. 15, 2001
Oct. 15, 2001

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Oct. 15, 2001

Inside Soccer

Getting Schooled

Edited by Albert Kim and Mark Mravic

THE FLORIDA COUNT

This is an article from the Oct. 15, 2001 issue Original Layout

The marquee matchup in college football this Saturday is Florida
State's showdown with archrival Miami in Tallahassee. The
Hurricanes have a 24-20 advantage in the series, which dates back
to 1951. Which school is the only one to have a record that is 10
or more games over .500 against the Seminoles?

a. Auburn
b. Florida
c. Houston
d. Louisville

RUNNING UP THE SCORE

Running backs Dwone Hicks of Middle Tennessee State (18.4 points
per game) and Chester Taylor of Toledo (18.0) are first and
second in the nation in scoring. Who holds the single-season
record for most points per game?

THIS WEEK'S MATCHUP

Can you match the first-year head coach with his alma mater?

1. Mark Richt, Georgia a. Bucknell
2. Pete Carroll, USC b. Miami
3. Greg Schiano, Rutgers c. Pacific
4. Jim Tressel, Ohio State d. Baldwin-Wallace

CALL TO ORDER

Put these schools in chronological order, starting with the most
recent, based on the last time they finished in the Top 10.

a. Air Force
b. Arkansas
c. Illinois
d. Syracuse

ANSWERS

THE FLORIDA COUNT: c. In its 16 meetings with Florida State (the
last coming in 1978), Houston is 12-2-2.

RUNNING UP THE SCORE: Oklahoma State's Barry Sanders scored 234
points in 11 games in 1988 for a record 21.3 points per game.

THIS WEEK'S MATCHUP: 1. b; 2. c; 3. a; 4. d

CALL TO ORDER: 1. Syracuse (1992); 2. Illinois ('89); 3. Air
Force ('85); 4. Arkansas ('82)