Three and Out

Nov. 01, 2004
Nov. 01, 2004

Table of Contents
Nov. 1, 2004

Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
SI Players: Life on and off the field
SI Players
The World Series
Pro Football
  • With supreme confidence and accuracy,do-it-all Daunte Culpepper is threatening NFL passing records and putting the Vikings on a fast track to the playoffs

  • DAUNTE CULPEPPER isn't the only NFL quarterback on the brink of a career season. Here are three other passers who, although at very different stages in their development, are having notable starts in 2004.

College Football
College Basketball
Inside College Football
Inside Motor Sports
Inside The NFL

Three and Out

1. With defenses keying on running back Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma quarterback Jason White has returned to his Heisman form of 2003. Big games at Oklahoma State and Texas A&M the next two weeks would boost his chances of repeating.

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2. Georgia is the nation's most overrated team. The Dawgs, who were terrible in a 20-14 win over Arkansas, have looked like a Top 10 team in only two games--against LSU and pitiful Vanderbilt.

3. Miami's Devin Hester has become the most dangerous special teams player in the country. Hester, who had a 100-yard kickoff return against N.C. State last Saturday, leads the nation with four special teams touchdowns. --Stewart Mandel