Thursday, November 15, 2001

Indiana QB's jersey sent to Hall of Fame



The Associated Press

        SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The jersey worn by Indiana's Antwaan Randle El, who last week set a Division I-A record for career yards rushing by a quarterback, has been put on display at the College Football Hall of Fame.

        Randle El rushed for 149 yards in the Hoosiers' 37-28 victory at Michigan State, giving him 3,645 for his career. He broke the quarterback rushing record of 3,612 yards set by Dee Dowis of Air Force in 1986-89.

        The week before, Randle El became major college football's first player to pass for 40 touchdowns and score 40 touchdowns. This week, he could become the first player with 7,000 career yards passing and 3,500 yards rushing.

       



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