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By Compiled from Times wires
© St. Petersburg Times, published November 12, 2000
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Louisville senior receiver Arnold Jackson broke the NCAA Division I-A career receptions record against Army on Saturday.
Jackson set the record on a 6-yard pass from Dave Ragone with 7:50 left. Several teammates congratulated him, and officials flagged the Cardinals for unsportsmanlike conduct.
"I can't wait to get home and celebrate with my folks," Jackson said. "I just wanted to leave it all on the field. I can't wait to get back and watch the highlight tape they made for me."
Jackson's 299 catches is one more than Nevada's Trevor Insley.
MORE RECORDS: Northern Arizona running back Charles Roberts ran for 187 yards and two touchdowns as he broke Ron Dayne's Division I career rushing record in a 28-24 victory over Northern Arizona. Roberts has 6,553 yards, surpassing Dayne's mark of 6,397.
Grove City running back R.J. Bowers rushed for 226 yards and two touchdowns, padding his all-division records to 7,353 rushing yards and 562 points in a 39-17 win over Alfred.
AUBURN: Receiver Tim Carter was knocked unconscious in a collision against Georgia. He was hospitalized as a precaution and returned to the stadium early in the fourth quarter.
DUKE: Quarterback D. Bryant completed 16 consecutive passes during a first-half stretch, breaking the school record of 15 set by Ben Bennett at North Carolina on Nov. 19, 1983.
HARVARD: Quarterback Neil Rose had 266 yards against Penn to set the school's season record for passing yardage with 2,345. Tom Yohe had 2,134 in 1989.
KENTUCKY: Quarterback Jared Lorenzen set a season freshman record with 297 completions. SMU's Mike Romo had 282 in 1989.
MAINE: Kicker Todd Jagoutz broke the school's all-time scoring record with 207 points.
MARYLAND: Running back LaMont Jordan broke Charlie Wysocki's school record with his 18th 100-yard game.
OHIO NORTHERN: Jamal Robertson ran for 307 yards and scored seven touchdowns, including one a 74-yard kickoff return, in the Division III school's 68-27 win over Marietta. Robertson, who carried 26 times, set school marks for net yards, all-purpose yards (401), season rushing (1,664) and touchdowns in a game.
PENN: Jason Feinberg had two field goals and three extra points against Harvard to set an Ivy League mark for career points by a kicker with 208. Orev Dennis Durkin of Dartmouth set the record of 204 from 1990-92.
TEMPLE: Quarterback Devin Scott left in the second quarter against Syracuse with a concussion. He suffered a jaw bruise concussion in the loss to Boston College on Nov. 4.
TENNESSEE: The Volunteers scored their most points in a quarter with 35 in the first against Arkansas, breaking the record of 31 set in 1977 against Oregon State and in 1990 against Pacific.
WEST VIRGINIA: Nose tackle Tim Love was released from a hospital in Piscataway, N.J., about three hours after being removed on a stretcher in the fourth quarter against Rutgers. Love was knocked unconscious briefly and had his neck immobilized, but he returned to Rutgers Stadium under his own power after his release. Backup punter Zach Anglin was hospitalized with a compound fracture to his right leg and was scheduled for surgery.