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Missouri QB gets yard for history

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published November 24, 2002

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri quarterback Brad Smith became the second player in NCAA history to pass for 2,000 yards and rush for 1,000 in a season Saturday against Kansas State.

Smith entered needing 1 yard rushing to join Clemson quarterback Woody Dantzler, who reached the marks last season. Smith reached the milestone on a 3-yard carry in the first quarter.

He didn't get much more, gaining 30 yards on 13 carries and going 7-for-24 for 126 yards with an interception. He finished with 1,029 rushing yards and 2,333 passing.

Steroid charge filed

CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Oregon State kick returner Brandon Catenese was charged with steroid possession and did not play.

The citation was issued Oct.28, but the charge wasn't made public until Friday, the day before the 106th meeting with Oregon.

Police said they found the steroids during a June1 search of Catenese's residence in an investigation that did not involve him.

"I just think it's strange that the incident would have happened six months ago and there just happens to be a press release on Friday at noon before the Civil War," Oregon State athletic director Bob De Carolis said. "They've known for a while. Why today?"

AIR FORCE: Chance Harridge broke the Division I-A single-season record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback with 22. His three broke the record of 20 set by Navy's Chris McCoy in 1997.

DUKE: Carl Franks will return as coach next season, athletic director Joe Alleva said. Duke finished 2-10 and hasn't won an ACC game in three years.

ILLINOIS: Antoineo Harris ran for 178 yards and set the school single-season rushing record with 1,330. Robert Holcombe held the record with 1,281.

INDIANA: Courtney Roby became the third Hoosier to reach 1,000 receiving yards with three catches for 65 yards. He finished with 1,039.

MICHIGAN ST.: Receiver Charles Rogers said he'll decide this week whether to return for his senior season or declare for the draft.

OKLAHOMA ST.: Rashaun Woods broke Texas' Kwame Cavil's Big 12 record and Hart Lee Dykes' team record for receiving yards in a season with 1,305. He also surpassed his school single-season mark for catches with 86.

PURDUE: Joey Harris ran for 102 yards and became the seventh Boilermaker to rush for 1,000. He has 1,022.

SAN DIEGO ST.: Receivers J.R. Tolver and Kassim Osgood have 213 catches, one more than the record for teammates set by Nevada's Damond Wilkins and Geoff Noisy (1996) and Tulsa's Howard Twilley and Neal Sweeney (1965). They also have 2,928 yards, eclipsing the 2,774 of Nevada's Trevor Insley and Cleavon Brooks in 1999.

TEMPLE: Sean Dillard caught five passes for 48 yards, setting the school's all-time receptions record with 130.

WESTERN MICHIGAN: Jason Babin had two sacks and set a school single-season record with 15 as the Broncos won at Central Michigan for the first time since 1973.

WISCONSIN: Jim Leonhard picked off two passes, breaking the school record of nine set by Neovia Greyer in 1970.

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