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by Ivan Maisel


Moments 61-80 feature a number of underdogs rising to stardom. There is a fourth-string quarterback at USC. There are second-rate programs at Northwestern, Tennessee and Miami who will have sand kicked in their faces no more. There is the pivotal play in the Volunteers' 1998 championship run, which, as long as we're rating, looked like third-rate slapstick.

And there are a smattering of Heisman winners proving their versatility: Reggie Bush as a, well, pusher, and Charles White proving how to score a touchdown without the ball. If these things were easy to do, they wouldn't have made The 100.